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Located south of the equator, Australia, the Island Continent, is bounded by the Indian Ocean to the west and Pacific Ocean in the east. It occupies cool temperate to tropical climates from 10° south to 43° south latitude and from 112° east to 153° east longitude, to the south of the countries of Indonesia and Papua New Guinea, and west of New Zealand. Australia is certainly famous for its beaches. There are so many things to do in Australia, where do I start? From beaches to animals and landmarks to events there are so many things to see, do and experience in Australia.

Australiya city

A trip to Sydney is packed with excitement and activity. The city has so many offerings that one can get overwhelmed with the myriad of things to do and places to visit! One of the main attractions in Sydney is the world-renowned Sydney Harbour Bridge. There are several ways that you can explore this popular tourist attraction. Choose to walk the bridge’s main deck, which will take you from Sydney to North Sydney in 15 short minutes. Travellers who are more fit can also choose to take 200 steps going up the South Eastern Pylon. Finally, adventure seekers can opt to do ‘Bridgeclimb’ where they can admire some amazing scenes from up top and learn more about the bridge’s history through a commentary. The prices and the climb times vary. Visit Manly by taking a 45-minute ferry ride from Circular Quay. On the way, you can take in great views of the Harbour Bridge, the Sydney Opera House, the skyline and Fort Dennison. When you get to Manly, stroll through The Corso and take a dip at the beach or at Manly Cove, for a truly relaxing experience. Check out Australia’s wildlife at Taronga Zoo, only a 12 minutes ferry ride located on the Harbour on the North Shore. Hundreds of Australian and exotic animals on display and free shows all day. You may also want to try out the “Roar and Snore” camping activity here, which already includes dinner and interactions with some of the animals. You will feel like you’re on top of the world when you’re at the Sydney Tower, the highest building in the entire city. Standing at 250 m, you can get a splendid view of the entire city, the Blue Mountains, Botany Bay and Harbour Bridge from the tower’s Observation Deck. Muster enough courage to tour the roof top and stand on the 268 m Skywalk. Don’t forget the Oztrek Ride, where you can learn more about the history and the landscape of Australia. Finally, make sure you have enough time to explore Cockle Bay and Darling Harbour. Wildlife World and the famous Sydney Aquarium can be seen here. There are lots of restaurants, cafés and bars to choose from. Try your hand at the many activities, such as strolling in the Chinese Gardens, bowling, riding the monorail, playing laser skirmish, watching on the world’s biggest screen and flying the flight simulator at Harbourside Shopping Centre.

Harbour Bridge

If you are visiting the centre of the Christchurch City, we recommend walking through the beautiful Botanical Gardens. If the day is warm, we also recommend taking a relaxing punting ride on the Avon River. The Antarctic Centre (near the Airport) offers a unique insight into the wonders of this fascinating frozen continent. If you have half a day to spare, we suggest visiting Lyttelton Harbour which offers beautiful views across the water to the rugged coastline & hills of Banks Peninsula. If the weather is nice, why not board the Diamond Harbour Ferry for the short trip across to picturesque Diamond Harbour. In the warmer months of the year, Sumner beach is also well worth a visit.

ChristChurch City NewZealand
Franz Josef

Visiting the Glaciers should be the first activity on your list. A relatively easy walk will get you up close to the terminal face of both Glaciers. For the more adventurous, guided hiking / walking on the Glaciers is well worth considering. Fox Glacier Guiding will guide you onto the ice via a secret track through bush regenerating from previous glacial advances & share with you their knowledge of the geology of the area, whilst you walk on the glacier viewing its stunning ice features. Franz Josef Glacier Guides will take you deep in the heart of the glacier where you can squeeze through tight blue crevasses, slide through ice caves or even ‘franz shuffle’ down near vertical walls of ice. Other attractions include the 'Flowing West' movie at Franz Josef and the Lake Matheson walkway a short drive towards the coast from Fox Glacier.

Franz Josef
Mount Cook

Aoraki / Mt Cook National Park offers many exciting attractions for you to choose from. Visiting the Tasman Glacier is an absolute must. It can be reached by driving up the Tasman Valley Road and then walking for about 10 minutes to a lookout point where you can view this impresive Glacier and the Lake that has formed at the bottom. There are many excellent walks beginning at the Hooker Glacier Camping Ground including the Kea Point walk (1 hr return), Hooker Valley walk (3 hours return), the Sealy Tarns (4 hrs return) and the Mueller Hut (8 hrs return) are all well worth doing. Other attractions include scenic flights, Ski Plane snow landings and boat trips that allow you to explore the murky waters of Tasman Glacier Terminal Lake.


Famous as the land of the midnight sun, unique culture, and great city life, Scandinavia is truly a unique part of Europe. From dog sledding with the Sami in the east to island-hopping in the south, from off-piste skiing in the north to visiting manor houses and castles in the south, Scandinavia offers a diverse smorgasbord to any visitor.


In Copenhagen, you can be taken back in time to much of the 15ht century. There are many old palaces, churches, and museums that display the best of old architecture, priceless sculptures, and wonderful paintings. You can also check out some of the most modern locations and art installations that are dedicated to the newest modern artists. In Copenhagen, you will also want to check out all of the best shopping locations on Stroget Street. This is one of the most popular pedestrian streets in the city. Many of the side streets off of Stroget have also turned into pedestrian streets as well to bring in more shopping opportunities to get some of the best fashions and souvenirs available.

Copenhagen Museum

Oslo is viewed in this part of Europe as a summer destination – the Oslo summers are packed with folks seeking every ray of sunshine they can get. However wintertime turns this candlelit center of the world into a warm and inviting place where the nightlife turns into a very pleasurable and relaxing experience. On the other hand, for those looking to live it up, the clubs in Oslo are energized throughout the year, regardless of season. There are also concerts and art exhibits that showcase some of the finest culture and art that the city has to offer. Visiting Oslo, you’ll realize that this is a city where nature and metropolis coexist in perfect balance – where you can escape to the trails by day, and return to the clubs and the bars by night. No matter what your interest or choice of pleasure, you will never fail to find something to do in the city of Oslo.

Oslo City

Stockholm, one of the most beautiful capitals in the world, is built on 14 islands connected by 57 bridges. The beautiful buildings, the greenery, the fresh air and the proximity to the water are distinctive traits of this city. Ekoparken, the first National City Park in the world, is a green space that breathes for the city, and a constant presence in the crush of the city. Visit Stockholm City Hall. Climb the City Hall tower for a fantastic view of Stockholm. Don’t miss Gamla Stan, Stockholm’s oldest attraction and one of the best preserved medieval city centers in the world. Walk through small winding streets lined with stores full of handicrafts, antiques, art galleries and cafes. The Royal Palace and Stockholm Cathedral are also located in Gamla Stan.

Stockholm Tower

Helsinki is a very green city that provides visitors amazing parks, a variety of gardens, and a number of beautiful squares where visitors can walk or ride. Attractions throughout the city are unique and very popular. Museums abound throughout the city, and summer cruises are plentiful all along the seacoast. Take a tour through the Suomenlinna Fortress, or visit the Botanical Gardens.Visiting Helsinki, you will discover tourist attractions that are larger than life like the Olympic Stadium, or attractions that display the reason why Helsinki is the Greenest city in the world, such as Sibelius Park or Pihlajasaari Recreational Park. If you have the kids with you, take them to the Helsinki Zoo or the Linnanmaki Amusement Park. No matter what your interest or choice of pleasure, you will never fail to find something to do in the city of Helsinki.


The capital of Greece, Athens is the birthplace of western civilization, and was founded over 3,500 years ago. It, not surprisingly, has an unbelievable number of historical monuments and edifices. In fact, it is a city so seeped in history, the very air you breathe here, laden with the staggering weight of millennia, makes you believe you are back in the ancient world. It is almost impossible to list all the monuments in the city, so here are the most notable, and world famous ones. The Acropolis, the Parthenon, the Statue of Athena, Academy of Athens, Temple of Olympian Zeus, the Arch of Hadrian, and the Choragic Monument of Lysicrates. Also visit the Greek Parliament. Some of the best archaeological museums in the world are also in Athens, namely the National Archaeological Museum, the Cycladic Museum, the Epigraphic Museum, and the Byzantine Museum. Visitors must also try the great Greek food. The views from Lycabettus Hill and Areopagus are worth the climb, letting your eyes sweep over in a single glance one of the most ancient cities in the world.

Cycladic Museum

China is not a country, but a whole new world. There is hardly any contry on earth that could match its richness in culture, tradtion, history, natural scenery and of course, population. We would like to introduce some of the most beautiful attractions in China to you. We have organized the attractions in 3 ways. In 'theme attractions' we tried to group several attractions that shares similar characteristics together, such as the Jiangnan watertowns. Then we invite you to discover this beautiful country by exploring its provinces, and you might be pleasantly surprized. Lastly, we list the most 'popular' attractions in China, but please remember, they tend to be extremely crowded.

China Temple

Beijing is vibrant with amazing attractions, Forbidden City, the most magnificent palace in China; Ming Tombs, an imperial tomb cluster for thirteen emperors of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644); Great Wall, one of the seven wonders of the world; Temple of Heaven, the worshipping site for the emperors; Summer Palace, the grandest imperial garden in China; Sacred Way, a divine road reflecting the pomp and dignity of emperors; Tiananmen Square, The Water Cube, The Bird’s Nest (Olympic National Stadium Outside), The largest square in the world; 798 Art Zone, Lama Temple, a noted temple dedicated to Tibetan Buddhism; Beihai Park, a centuries-old park with marvelous scenery; Hutong, a carrier and mirror of Beijing folk culture.

Great Wall

Xian (ancient name Chang’an), with its history as a capital encompassing 13 dynasties, offers many historical monuments and plethora of ancient ruins and tombs in and around the city. Today, tourism has become a cornerstone industry of the city and Xian is one of China’s most popular tourist destinations. The famous Terracotta Army draws many visitors to the city, and should not be missed. In addition, Big Wild Goose Pagoda, Great Mosque, Famen Temple, Banpo Neolithic Village, etc are all recommended. Nearby Mt. Hua, the steepest mountain in China, offers stunning natural scenery.


Egypt is located in North Africa and is among the top most tourist destinations of the world. No other country comes even closer to Egypt when it comes to the number of magnificent monuments, activities and historical attractions. More than ninety percent of all Egyptian attractions are lined up along the river Nile. Many places can therefore visited by taking a cruise in the Nile river (besides road and air travel). Since it is a popular tourist destination Egypt offers extensive facilities for tourists. A visit to Cairo will not be complete without visiting the Nile Valley and its tourist attractions. In fact, the whole valley is peppered with ancient monuments that visiting the area is much like visiting an outdoor museum. The Nile River almost divides the whole of Cairo and each part has its own attraction. While modern architecture dominates Western Cairo, ancient mosques fill Eastern Cairo.

Nile River

You should never leave Cairo without visiting the world-famous Great Pyramid of Giza also known as one of the Seven Wonders of the World. The mosques around Cairo are also a sight to behold and are proof of the diversified culture existing in Cairo. In between Pyramid visits and shopping, you might want to take a look at the Cairo Opera House which was built with the aid of the Japan International Cooperation Agency. The City of the Dead is also another tourist attraction that will awe visitors not only because of the thousands buried there but also because of the over 5 million living people who have made the cemeteries their own society.

Pyramid of Cairo

Luxor is a rather unique Egyptian city, standing proudly in the Nile Valley and offering an appealing mixture of past and present. Today, Luxor is composed of three main areas, the busy city centre, the north-easterly village of Karnak, and also the many ancient remains of Thebes, located on the West Bank of the world-famous River Nile. For many years, the numerous monuments dotted around Luxor have attracted tourists from all over the world, although since the arrival of modern-day mass tourism and package holidays, Luxor has never been more popular. If you plan your visit well, you will find that you can avoid many of the crowds and large groups, making your trips to the many temples and tombs all the more enjoyable. It is true to say that the many sights around Luxor are really second only to the Great Pyramids of Giza, with the Valley of the Kings being just one of the many highlights.

Avenue of Sphinxes,Luxor
San Francisco

When you plan a vacation to the destination that is nicknamed the “City by the Bay,” you will find a wide-range of attractions and activities to enjoy within San Francisco. Some of the best natural scenery, sunsets, and atmosphere are jam-packed into this interesting California city. Whether it is the Rice-a-Roni you eat with dinner or the thought of cable cars strolling along the streets, San Francisco, California provides the playground for non-stop exploration of a sunny and warm city that brings us a variety of well known and famous districts and neighborhoods. Deciding what to do once you arrive in San Francisco is a tough decision to come to. With all of the exciting, entertaining and fun elements that the city provides, you could be soon sipping on a smoothie at a café situated in a North Beach. The shopping outlets that San Diego has to offer are rather abundant. For exploration into the performing arts in the San Francisco area, you will enjoy the opera, ballet and other theatre productions that dot this destination.

California city
Las Vegas

There is certainly something special about Las Vegas. There are people and celebrities that can vouch for it. What makes this city so special? Read this article to know about the best tourist attractions in Las Vegas and you will surely fall in love with this scintillating city.Las Vegas, also known as “Sin City”, hosts millions of tourists not only from the United States, but throughout the world, attracted by its glowing neon, shining dancers` costumes, black and red roulettes colors and other Vegas` razzle-dazzles like moths by fire. It hard to say what makes Las Vegas so extremely popular: its casinos or nightclubs, restaurants or strip halls, bars or lounges… The best tourist attractions in Las Vegas are always ready to welcome and amaze visitors of Sin City.

Sin City
Los Angeles

There are numerous popular Los Angeles sights to seek out when visiting the city for vacation. In the downtown area, you will come upon a variety of shops, bars, as well as tasty eateries. Downtown Los Angeles even provides you with a couple of worthy museums to take notice of. To truly become a tourist of Los Angeles California, you will want to pay a visit to the Hollywood area. This is when you don your best pair of glasses and take in all of the visual attractions associated with this entertaining city. If you’re lucky, you may bump into your favorite movie star or have a conversation at the coffee shop with the next best thing.

Los Angeles Museum

Whether you are visiting Orlando or a Central Florida resident, Orlando is loaded with things to do year round. Attractions, attractions and more attractions, as one of the top tourist destinations in the world, Orlando has theme parks, dinner shows and cultural venues. World class shopping and golfing bring in visitors solely for those activities. Residents can enjoy water sports and other outdoor activities year-round.

Theme Park,Orlando
Washington DC

Your head may spin after setting foot within the high-charged political, historical, cultural and artistic city of Washington, DC, where anything happens and usually does. From well-known moments in time to the wheeling and dealing of political figureheads, the city is bursting with a wide selection of intriguing activities and attractions to sort out. Washington, DC offers the Smithsonian museums and attractions, as well as the Pentagon to gaze upon. The monuments on the Mall, as well as the impressive architecture are a wonder not to be dismissed. There is so much to do, you don’t know if you should head for the White House or indulge in a bit of shopping while you’re in the midst of the Pentagon Mall. Mansions line sections of the town, which offers a satisfying display of interesting architecture. Millions of tourists flock to this city throughout the year. It is one of the most visited destinations in the United States.

Smithsonian Museums,Washington DC
New York

Whether it is the ball dropping for New Year’s Eve in Times Square or the location of some of the tallest and most visited buildings in the world, New York City is a wonderland filled with surprises at every turn. Millions of tourists visit this exciting destination, which showcases beautiful and interesting landmarks, such as the Empire State Building and alluring Statue of Liberty. When it comes to fashion, culture, art, theater, entertainment, bright lights and a big city, New York, New York is definitely the place to be at least once in your lifetime. The city has lots of cheap New York hotels for you to stay in. Upon arriving in the city that never sleeps, you will encounter five separate boroughs, which burst forth with numerous experiences wrapped up in a fast-paced package awaiting your curiosity. New York is jam-packed with interesting neighborhoods and cultural sections of town from the hustle and bustle of Chinatown to the chic shops in the Lower East Side or the Village.

New York City

Looking for fun and entertainment in Singapore’s concrete jungle? Singapore, though known as a business hub, offers lots of entertainment centers! All for you to enjoy your stay! For Arts and Entertainment in Singapore, you can visit the National Museum, Singapore Arts Museum and Singapore Science Museum. Other famous tourist attractions include the Sultan Mosque, Sentosa Island with Underwater Walk, One Way Cable Car Ride, Dolphin Lagoon, Song of the Sea, Singapore Flyer, Universal Studio, Singapore Zoological Gardens, Night Safari and Jurong BirdPark. These Singapore tourist attractions all offer fun, excitement and entertainment. You can also learn and gain new knowledge about art, culture and nature!

South Africa

South Africa is one of the most diverse and enchanting countries in the world. Exotic combinations of landscapes, people, history and culture offer the traveller a unique and inspiring experience. South Africa is a heady mix of third and first world cultures - along with the best and least crowded beaches in the world. Throw in wildlife parks such as the Kruger National Park, Eight World Heritage Sites, beautiful natural scenery, a great infrastructure and a stable post-apartheid environment and you have a great destination waiting to happen.


Lying in a fertile, rich valley, surrounded by the Outeniqua Mountains, forests, rivers and prosperous farmlands, George lies just 420 km from Cape Town and 320 km from Port Elizabeth, making it a perfect stopover from which to explore the Garden Route. Regarded as the administrative capital of the Southern Cape, George is a rather big town with a sophisticated infrastructure. It has redressed its former image of an industrial town to that of a major tourist mecca - not hard to do when you have two of the top ten golf courses in South Africa, theatres, a wide expanse of forest, rivers and the Indian Ocean on your doorstep. If history is to be believed, then this beautiful part of the world was only explored in 1688, well after Dias had landed in Mossel Bay in 1488, in the hope of finding meat and fresh water. To the Khoi people, who lived in this rich valley, the region was known as Outeniqualand - the ‘land of milk and honey’ - which aptly describes this lush and green paradise. A settlement was established here in 1811 and named George Town after the reigning monarch of England at the time. George has always been an easy-going hamlet, with a laidback approach that allows one to easily enjoy the beauty of the natural setting. Hikes in and around George provide a number of wonderful views over George and the coast and expose one to the indigenous fynbos of the area. These include the three routes of the Groene Weide forest walks, starting at Saasveld College at the northern point of one of the golf courses and George Peak and Cradock’s Peak trails, difficult walks but worth it for the sheer magnetism of the views. Fondly known as ‘cold and wet’, after their car registration - CAW - George is anything but. The moderate climate makes George ideal for outdoor adventure all year round and activities include: fishing, hang-gliding, diving, water skiing, cycling, canoeing, climbing, sailing, windsurfing and surfing.

Outeniqua Mountains

One of the first places most people visiting Johannesburg wish to see are the South Western Townships or Soweto. Famous all over the world for the riots which took place there in 1976, Soweto contains some nice areas which are worth seeing. It is recommended that you take a professional tour there, however, rather than organise your own as you will not be familiar with the different areas of the region. Oh these tours usually lead to a shebeen or local pub for a drink too so you can really get to see what life there is like - or so the story goes. The city is also home to a wide variety of recreational activities. You will find numerous musems and galleries throughout the city including the impressive Museum Africa, the South African National Museum of Military History, the Bensusan Museum of Photography, the South African Breweries Museum, the Johannesburg Art Gallery and the Nelson Mandela Museum. The zoo and botanic gardens are the perfect escape for those of you who want to hit the outdoors without leaving the city itself. And, if it’s watersports you’re after, head to nearby Vaal Dam where you can sail, water ski, fish, swim etc. etc. Finally, for the animal lovers among you, there’s a cheetah farm, snake parks and a crocodile farm where you can even purchase an authentic crocodile handbag if you so wish. It may seem a little wrong but rest assured, they are really good value. And on the subject of bargains, Johannesburg is also renowned as a shopper’s paradise and prices are somewhat cheaper compared to those outside Africa. If it’s conventional goods you’re on the look out for, head to Sandton City and Square, The Firs in Rosebank, the Carlton Centre or the Randburg Watefront. But, as we all know, backpackers are rarely after conventional goods so if you feel like haggling and searching for useless random items for hours on end, check out the flea market attached to the aforementioned Waterfront, the Rosebank Flea Market, the Trading Market in Yeoville or the Oriental Plaza on Bree Street. Each is home to hundreds of local traders selling authentic African goods and offers an excellent way to spend a couple of hours.


Nairobi is the capital and largest city of Kenya. The word Nairobi is derived from the Masai phrase 'Enkare Nyirobi', which means the 'the place of cool waters'. The city lies along the banks of the River Nairobi, and is also popularly known as the 'Green City in the Sun'. Founded as a simple rail depot at the end of the 19th century, the city has grown to be one of the largest cities on the continent. But unlike most cities that grew in the 20th century, it is surrounded by the hundreds of square kilometres of plains, forests, and cliffs that make up Nairobi National Park. The city is also known as the Safari Capital of Africa, providing easy access to some of the best national parks on the continent. So, take a safari and check out all manner of wildlife, visit the Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage (also keeps Rhinos), observe the tall gangly creatures at the Giraffe Centre, and educate yourself at the Nairobi National Museum, National Railway Museum, and Bomas of Kenya. Also visit Uhuru Gardens, which was built in remembrance of the struggle for independence. You can also white-water raft on the Tana River, an hour away. The city, a blend of world-cultures, also has many restaurants, bars, and entertainment centres, filled with hundreds of cuisines and activities.

National Museum
Masai Mara

The Masai Mara National Park is located in the south-eastern region of Kenya, and is one of the best known and efficiently administrated wildlife reserves in Africa. Visited by millions of tourists every year, the park is home to lions, leopards, elephants, rhinos and buffalos. The plains are full of zebras, giraffes, impalas, gazelles, cheetahs, hyenas, jackals and wildebeest. The Mara River also has crocodile and hippopotami in abundance. The avifauna is also vibrant and diverse, with such birds of prey as eagles, ostriches, storks and vultures among others.

African-Lions,Masai Mara

Covering the altitudes from about 7,000 feet to 14,000 feet above sea level, the Aberdare National Park is located 180 kilometers from Nairobi. Since the 1950 Aberdare National park is a major attraction and one of the best places visited and loved by many travelers. For those who enjoy the picnicking outside, there are five picnic sites. If you want to enjoy the nighttime wildlife viewing, both Treetops and Ark are the best choices. Visitors can observe different animals, such as elephants, lions, leopards, buffalo, rhinos etc from here. These animals come to the waterhole and can be seen from the comfort and secure places nearby.

Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka is a highly acclaimed tourist destination of south Asia renowned for its ancient monuments, sun-kissed beaches, museums and art galleries. The singular charm exhibited by the tourist attractions in Sri Lanka will surely engulf you with ecstasy. The most beguiling among the highlights of Sri Lanka are its monuments that reveal a rich past and a colonial charm that has been well preserved in the country. While on your tour to Sri Lanka, you will come across a number of attractions.


Negombo is located approximately 37 km north of commercial capital Colombo in Sri Lanka. It is located at the mouth of the Negombo lagoon. The major beach resort in the West Coast is Negombo. The wide sandy beaches and the safe sea are the major attractions of Negombo and it is perfectly located within the 7 km from the Bandaranaike International Airport in Sri Lanka. The town has several buildings that date back to the Dutch and Portuguese colonial era. Attractions in the city are the old Dutch fort gate built in 1672 now a part of the prison, the Dutch Canal which was then a supply route to the Dutch administration, old churches and fishing villagers. The 100km long canal running through the town is still being used and is an attraction for those who want to see the country from a different perspective. The Katuwapitiya Church and the Grand Street Church are two biggest parishes in Negombo. 'Agurukaramulla temple' is a famous Buddhist temple bringing Buddhists from all over Sri Lanka to Negombo every year. The wide sandy beaches and the safe sea are the major tourist attractions of Negombo, use the town for the first or the last night of their stay in Sri Lanka. Negombo offers some of the better beaches on the west coast of Sri Lanka, and draws tourists who stop over for a day on their way to or from the airport. Several hotels ranging from luxury hotels to small hotels, guest houses and restaurants have in Negombo. Some quiet stretches of the beach are maintained by the tourist hotels. While others are always busy with fisherman and their equipment. Water-sports and diving are also extremely popular among visitors, with a few well preserved coral reefs and a 50 year old shipwreck that serves as an artificial reef for many varieties of fish. There are also local handicraft sales on the beaches and the shops near the town.


Anuradhapura is one of the ancient capitals of Sri Lanka, famous for its well-preserved ruins of ancient Lankan civilization. From the 4th century BC, it was the capital of Sri Lanka until the beginning of the 11th century AD. During this period it remained one of the most stable and durable centers of political power and urban life in South Asia. The ancient city, considered sacred to the Buddhist world, is today surrounded by monasteries covering an area of over sixteen square miles (40 km²). Anuradhapura is also significant in Hindu legend as the fabled capital of the Asura King Ravana in the Ramayana.


Tourist attractions in Kandy are a perfect retreat from the bustling metropolis. Nestled amidst abundant nature, Kandy attracts a lot of tourists from all over the world. Being the capital of the last kingdom of Sri Lanka, Kandy has a number of historical sites that are of interest to many tourists. Kandy is an important seat of Buddhism in Sri Lanka and you will find a number of pilgrims around the 'Stupa' and other religious monuments in Kandy. Located at a distance of about 100 kilometers from the capital city, Colombo. Among the tourist attractions in Kandy, one of the most popular is the Dalada Maligawa Buddhist temple. Also known as the Tooth Relic Temple, it is believed that the temple houses a tooth relic of Lord Buddha. Another notable site among the tourist attractions in Kandy is the famous lake of Kandy. Built by the last Sinhalese king Wickrama Rajasinghe in 1806, a drive around the Lake adds to the magic of the tour. The other prominent tourist attractions in Kandy are Raja Maliga or the Royal Palace, Gangarama temple, Degaldoruwa temple, Embekke Devale temple, Asgiriya monastery, Malwatte monastery, Gadaladeniya temple, Gem museum and lapidary.


Colombo, the capital, is the financial and the commercial hub and at the same time, a major tourist destination as well. Entire town is dotted with several places of tourist interest, some of the must visit ones being Dehiwala Zoo, Dutch Period Museum, Fort Clock Tower, Gangaramaya Temple, Independence Hall and Mt Lavinia Beach.


Turkey is officially called the Republic of Turkey is a Eurasian country that stretches across the Anatolian peninsula in western Asia and Thrace in the Balkan region of south-eastern Europe. In this collection you will find places that should definitely visit if you come to Turkey. Ephesus. It was originally an ancient Greek city, and then the main Roman city located on the west coast of Asia Minor, near the modern Selcuk, Izmir province of Turkey. It was one of twelve cities belonging to the so-called Ionian League during the classical Greek era. In Roman times, Ephesus remained for many years, the second largest city of the Roman Empire, which was preceded immediately Rome, the capital of the empire. Ephesus boasted in the 1st century BC, the population of more than 250 000 people, which also made him the econd largest city in the world. Today, the ruins of Ephesus are a major tourist attraction, especially for travelers who went on a cruise in the Mediterranean.


Cappadocia is a strange and wonderful region in Central Anatolia in Turkey that dates back to the 2000 BC. It is famous for its out-of-the world desert landscape, rock formations, and caves, which were formed by thousands of years of erosion. There are so many things to explore here, and the caves offer endless opportunities to see remains of the cultures, now long gone, that had inhabited the surrounding regions. The foremost are the underground cities of Kaymakla, Derinkuyu, Ozkonak and Mazakoy. You should also check out the pottery town of Avanos.

Tusan Beach

Konya is a pretty big city of Turkey. It is more appealing to families and people seeking for religion tourism. There are a lot of spiritual attractions and figures like Mevlana (Whirling Dervishes). But there are still bars and night clubs you can enjoy as a tourist. Konya’s nightlife districts are limited. Zafer meydani (zafer square) is a famous one where you can find bars and meyhanes (turkish style bar, tavern). Cafe Zeugma is also at Zafer meydani. Konya’s nightlife is more for families, like restaurants. Kuleste restaurant is one of them, it has 360 degrees Konya view, in Nalcaci district. In Meram area, there is a cafe called Somine Cafe (somine in turkish). There you can find hookah (sheesah or nargile), live music and good food. In Bosna Hersek county (near Selcuk University Campus) there is a cafe called Black Garden. You can find sheesah and live music there as well. Most university students hang out there with groups of girls and guys. Clube is a Rock Bar and Cafe if you are into Rock music. It is located at Ihsaniye district.

Shrine of Jalaluddin Rumi,Konya

Kusadasi is a beautiful coastal town located on the Aegean Coast of Turkey. Facing a bay in the Aegean Sea, with the peninsula of Guvercin Ada jutting out into the sea at one end, and the blue mountain of Kaz Dagi in the background, Kusadasi has become a very popular destination for tourists from around the world. Visitors can check out the many historical sites like Didyma, Priene, and Miletos, or chill on any one of the pristine beaches, such as City, Pigeon Island, Yilanciburnu, Ladies, Kustur, and Tusan Beach.

Pigeon Island

Canakkale is seaport in the Marmara region of Turkey, on the southern coast. Like Istanbul, it has territory in Europe and Asia both. The town is most famous as the nearest major town to the ancient city of Troy, so much so that the wooden Trojan horse from the 2004 movie Troy is exhibited here on the seafront. Canakkale used to be an Ottoman fortress called Kale-i Sultaniye or Fortress of the Sultan. Things to do here include visiting the Archaeological Museum, the Canakkale Monument in Martyrdom, and of course, visiting the archaeological site of Troy.


The capital of Belgium, Brussels is a city full of history, and also has a confluence of people and technology. Known for its cosmopolitan diversity, it caters to every need, taste, and desire with a gusto not to be seen anywhere else in Europe. Belgian chocolates are the best in the world, the undisputed champions of culinary excellence. Its many, many seafood restaurants are also big crowd pullers, and are a speciality of Brussels, along with comics and art and gothic architecture. Brussels defines variety and has it all - cobblestone alleys, forests all around, baroque guildhalls, street side cafes, picturesque medieval streets, lively squares, beautiful boulevards, spacious parks, the magnificent Grand Place, and an active cultural life - this city has to be experienced to be believed.

Amsterdam Museum

A city of flow, a city of canals; Amsterdam is the archetype of the big city utopia. It is the cleanest city in the world, as its roads bear almost no traffic other than cycles, humans, and trams. Amsterdam instead breathes using the beautiful canals that interlace, and circumscribe it. It inspires by administering a mixture of opulent history with a rich diversity of people and cultures. Amsterdam could hold you there for a lifetime, but a short visit can be very rewarding as there is much to see and do. Ogle the picturesque windmills, the many historical sights, the over fifty museums, and of course the no-tongue in cheek red-light district. Indulge in varieties of great cafes and restaurants, Rastafarian coffee shops, rich nightlife, and efficient public transport. And the best way to explore all of this is on the back of a trusty hired bicycle.


Switzerland is a dream destination in Europe. Famous for its stunning Alpine scenery, Switzerland has been immortalized in movies such as the evergreen musical film - The Sound of Music. Other than the spectacular Alps, Switzerland has many attractions. These include forests with nature trails and hiking paths, lovely lakes, ancient cities, which are beautifully preserved, scenic countryside with picturesque meadows and farms. The architecture and culture of Switzerland have been influenced by the heritage of France, Italy and Germany. This can be seen in the monuments, palaces and castles on journeys through Switzerland with Ace Tours.

Alpine Scenery,Switzerland

A summer snow paradise, Mount Titlis overlooks Engelberg in Central Switzerland, and at over 10,000ft (3020m), it is the highest viewpoint in the region. Offering snow and ice all year round, it is also an alpine-sports centre, where you can ski, snowboard, and skate. The Titlis Glacier is stunningly beautiful, and attracts tourists from all over Europe. It is in fact one of the most accessible snow paradises in Switzerland, only about 1.5 hours from Lucerne, Zurich, Basil, or Berne. There is a lot to do here even for those with no inclination towards alpine sports.

Mt Titlis,Engelberg

There is a large choice of tourist attractions to see around Lausanne and a huge variety of sightseeing tours are readily available within this area, by bus, train, boat and even by cable car, where you can head on up into the Alps and enjoy the stunning views. Tourists will find that many attractions within Lausanne lie around the neighbouring town of Ouchy, which is generally considered to be a suburb of the city, due to its closeness. The waterfront of Lake Geneva (Lac Léman) dominates much of Ouchy and is lined with a number of popular eateries, tourist attractions and beaches, where you can swim, sunbathe and generally relax amidst beautiful surroundings. Pedal boats (pedalos) are also available and are a hit with families holidaying in Lausanne, along with motorboats, while the expanses of grass provide plenty of usable space highly suitable for picnicking, ball games and sunbathing.


Italy, the land of rich culture and heritage, is incomparable! Its timeless beauty goes beyond explanation and its history has a charm which is unmatched. Go visit the Roman ruins, monuments and historical landmarks and drive through the picturesque Tuscan countryside to the vibrant Florence. Move through the endless canals of Venice and take a romantic gondola ride under the stars for that ultimate romantic experience. Italy is a dreamy delight and a Mecca for cultural and art enthusiasts! So just plan a trip and get going!

Roman ruins,Italy

Austria is rich in culture. Many countries can claim the same thing. However, Austria holds a unique place in the annals of European history, which makes it easy to state the obvious. At the end of the Second World War, Austria had been under the governorship of the Allies at which time their constitution was restored. Furthermore, what makes Austria different is that it is one of 13 countries to declare that they are permanently neutral. Austria’s parliament made the Declaration of Neutrality in 1955. Since that time, Austria’s form of government has transformed to a “parliamentary representative democracy” in which it has nine states. Austria became a member of the European Union in 1995. As of 1999, Austria adopted the Euro as their primary currency. Its capital, Vienna, is also its largest city. As a landlocked nation in central Europe, it is bordered by Germany, Italy, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Hungary, Slovenia, Slovakia, and the Czech Republic. It is easy to see why Austria could be a starting point to visit other cities in Europe. Austria’s population of 8.2 million people enjoys an alpine climate because of its mountainous terrain. On other days, the weather remains constant, not too hot, and not too cold. Anytime is a good time to visit Austria. If you enjoy outdoor winter sports, the best time to go is during the months between December and March. If you enjoy hiking, swimming in the lake, bike riding or even mountain bike riding, the warm weather between April and October is best. During the summer months, most festivals are celebrated, choirs, classical music, and many other activities. Cities in this European country provide the visitor with many things to do. Vienna provides a link between past and present Austria with museums, palaces, and squares; Innsbruck is nestled high above the Inn River with the Alps providing a breathtaking backdrop for the weary traveler. These are just two of the main cities that lure people to this famous country, certainly something to consider when planning your next vacation.


The city of Vienna has long been a city of culture, and this is reflected within its plentiful tourist attractions and endless sightseeing opportunities. Tourists will find that the Vienna State Opera (Wiener Staatsoper) is one such example of Viennese culture at its very finest, along with many other attractions, such as the glorious University Botanical Gardens. The royal summer palace of the Schloss Schönbrunn is one of the most visited of all the tourist attractions in Vienna and this breathtaking building is simply enormous. You have to literally stand outside of the Schönbrunn Palace to fully appreciate the sheer scale of this colossal architecture, which actually comprises a staggering 1,440 different rooms and even features its very own zoo.

Botanical Garden,Vienna

Austria is rich in culture. Many countries can claim the same thing. However, Austria holds a unique place in the annals of European history, which makes it easy to state the obvious. At the end of the Second World War, Austria had been under the governorship of the Allies at which time their constitution was restored. Furthermore, what makes Austria different is that it is one of 13 countries to declare that they are permanently neutral. Austria’s parliament made the Declaration of Neutrality in 1955. Since that time, Austria’s form of government has transformed to a “parliamentary representative democracy” in which it has nine states. Austria became a member of the European Union in 1995. As of 1999, Austria adopted the Euro as their primary currency. Its capital, Vienna, is also its largest city. As a landlocked nation in central Europe, it is bordered by Germany, Italy, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Hungary, Slovenia, Slovakia, and the Czech Republic. It is easy to see why Austria could be a starting point to visit other cities in Europe. Austria’s population of 8.2 million people enjoys an alpine climate because of its mountainous terrain. On other days, the weather remains constant, not too hot, and not too cold. Anytime is a good time to visit Austria. If you enjoy outdoor winter sports, the best time to go is during the months between December and March. If you enjoy hiking, swimming in the lake, bike riding or even mountain bike riding, the warm weather between April and October is best. During the summer months, most festivals are celebrated, choirs, classical music, and many other activities. Cities in this European country provide the visitor with many things to do. Vienna provides a link between past and present Austria with museums, palaces, and squares; Innsbruck is nestled high above the Inn River with the Alps providing a breathtaking backdrop for the weary traveler. These are just two of the main cities that lure people to this famous country, certainly something to consider when planning your next vacation.


Dubai has emerged as a leading international travel and tourism destination, offering visitors some interesting sightseeing opportunities. Be it archeological sites, historic landmarks, souks, museums, mosques, traditional houses, or beautiful islands, beaches, sand dunes and theme parks, there is something for everyone in Dubai. Dubai is also known for its centuries old souks, along with modern shopping malls offering exciting shopping experience to millions of its visitors every year. Among most popular sightseeing places in Dubai include the famous Burj Al Arab Hotel, Dubai Creek, Deira Gold Souk, Dubai Museum, Al Fahidi Fort, Burj Khalifa , Heritage and Diving Village, Sheikh Saeed Al Maktoum House, Jumeirah Mosque to name a few. Culture lovers would appreciate a visit to Heritage Village and the Bastakiya Area, known for its fascinating century old architecture and the urban planning. Dubai Museum has a fine collection of life-size figures and galleries depicting Arab houses, mosques, date gardens, desert and marine life and is a must see on Dubai sightseeing tour. Other major sightseeing spots in Dubai include Bait Al Wakeel - the first office building in the emirate converted to a museum; Burj Nahar, one of the three watchtowers of the old city known for its beautiful gardens; Jumeirah Beach Park; and the beautiful Palm Island off Jumeirah Beach. The Um-al-Sheef Majlis Ghorfut, the summer resort of the late ruler of Dubai with its amazing traditional irrigation system; and Heritage and Diving Villages where potters and weavers display crafts are other must see attractions in Dubai. In addition, there are several interesting sightseeing spots near Dubai, including the city of Al Ain, known for its Museum and the Old Palace; Al Hajar Mountains on the East Coast; and Hatta Village, a 200-year-old fortress village located 115 km southeast of Dubai.


Thailand has some of the most beautiful and lively cities and tourist attractions in the world. These sites not only play host to descending tourists and curious travelers, they also shield the raw beauty of unexplored regions and unique fests from the rest of the world. With ACE TOURS outbound tourist packages, you can explore the famous with the lesser known attractions and events on your tour to Thailand and its Cities.

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