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  • 3 forbidden tourist destinations

    Dangerous lands, strictly protected, or too special such as Special Zone 51 in the US, Qin Shihuang mausoleum in China, Brazilian Snake Island … are hardly visited destinations for tourists.1. District 51, Nevada, USA Special Zone 51 is nicknamed a US Air Force base – Edwards Air Force Base, located in Southern Nevada. This facility works in secret, and is a test site for aircraft and weapons. Conspiracy theorists claim that here the …

  • The man who ‘invented’ Scotland tourism

    The romantic pictures of Scotland attract tourists to this day, mostly created by Walter Scott by hand through his works. Walter Scott, a prominent novelist and poet of 19th century literature, has inspired tourists to visit Scotland early. Romantic images of Scotland still attract tourists to this day, mostly created by Scott. That is why, he is known as the inventor of the tourism industry here. On a day at the end of …

  • Inside the cedar forest for 800 years

    From the couple’s retirement place, the forest with hundreds of statues of fairy characters made by them has become a tourist attraction.Initially, artist Doris Needham and her husband Ernest needed a place to display their sculptures so they bought a forest and scattered them everywhere. Those works are characters from fairy tales or rhyming poems for children. Their forest is currently located on the Trans-Canada highway in British Columbia. The forest was once …

  • Thailand stimulates domestic tourism

    The Thai government will launch a 3,000 baht support package (nearly US $ 100) for 5 million hotel rooms and a 40% discount on airline tickets to stimulate domestic tourism. This is part of a 20 billion baht program to revitalize the tourism industry of this Southeast Asian country. In particular, Thai Tourism and Sports Minister Phiphat Ratchakitprakarn said on June 13 that a stimulus package will be submitted to the Government for …

  • Countries have more than capitals

    Most countries choose a city as their capital, but there are also countries with 2-3 options. Only about 40 countries around the world had their capital in 1900, according to Professor David Gordon in the introduction to the book Planning Twentieth Century Capital Cities. By 2000, that number had risen to more than 200, when more countries were formed. Malaysia: Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya Many tourists were surprised to learn that Malaysia has …

  • Antarctica: What to do

    The activities to do in Antarctica include some of the most original things to experience in the globe. There are not a lot of places that you can probably sit at your arm’s length from the penguin, admire some of the world’s biggest icebergs while freezing your bum off. There are plenty of misconceptions regarding Antarctica, inclusive of the fact that there is no need to spend about $10,000 for the cruise. Many …

  • Things to know when visiting the Eiffel Tower in France

    Visitors should visit the tower early in the morning, bring a thin coat and beware of theft because it is crowded here. Eiffel Tower is the symbol of the “capital of light” Paris. Each year the 324-meter-high tower welcomes about 7 million visitors. This is considered one of the most attractive tourist destinations in the world. You should visit early in the morning when the weather is sunny and the air is a …

  • The destination cannot be missed in the Russian travel itinerary

    With a large area, it is difficult to travel to Russia in a few short days. There are many places to visit in Russia as follows. Red Square The red square is one of Moscow’s largest and most famous squares, the city center because the roads and highways from this square all the way to Moscow. Kremlin Palace The Kremlin – a major project in Russia began to be built in 1475. Located …

  • 5 America’s most iconic landmarks.

    Every country, big or small, has its own symbols. It can be cultural, culinary or famous landmarks, but just mention that people will know which country is it’s own. Let’s review the beautiful locations of America, the places with bold “very American” features. What is America famous for? 1. Statue of Liberty, New York Considered a symbol of America since 1886, a gift from France, the Statue of Liberty represents freedom and wealth. …

  • TRAVELING IN AUSTRALIA

    TRAVELING IN AUSTRALIA

    Australia is one of the countries that have the highest level of urbanization in the world. This country has a large territory and is rich in natural resources. However, the population is quite small, so the population density is very low. Australian tourism is not only attracted to modern destinations with majestic buildings like Sydney, Melbourne, and Perth, but also attracts natural wonder lovers, deserted stretches and wild beaches. The follows are some …