Guide to Australia’s Tourist Destinations

Guide to Australia’s Tourist Destinations

This is a travel guide to Australia published by with the main title: “Autralia Destination Guide

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Top Tourist Attractions in Australia (YouTube)

With so much to see and explore, the best way to discover Australia’s diversity is to travel by road. Auto Europe’s Self Drive Guide will help you plan your next driving holiday in Australia. Packed full of information about car hire and the rules of the road, you’ll also find great touring ideas and self drive  suggestions. Taking a driving holiday by car or motorhome will give you the freedom to travel your preferred route at your own pace!

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Contents Page:

  • Renting A Car In Australia
  • Rental Vehicle Insurance
  • Driving in Australia
  • Australian Driving Laws & Car Rental FAQs
  • Australian Regions
  • New South Wales & Sydney
  • Self Drive Tours: Hunter Valley & Blue Mountains
  • Self Drive Tours: North & South Coasts, NSW
  • Self Drive Tours: Country NSW
  • Victoria & Melbourne
  • Self Drive Tours: Great Ocean Road & Yarra Valley
  • Self Drive Tours: The Grampians & Gippsland
  • Queensland
  • Self Drive Tours: Airlie Beach – Townsville & Cairns – Port Douglas
  • South Australia
  • Self Drive Tours: Mount Gambia – Victor Harbour & Port Augusta – Nullarbor
  • Tasmania
  • Self Drive Tours: Hobart – Port Arthur & Launceston – Wineglass Bay
  • Western Australia
  • Self Drive Tours: Perth – Margaret River & The Pilbara Coast
  • Northern Territory
  • Self Drive Tours: Darwin – Kakadu & Alice Springs – Uluru
  • Auto Europe – How to Book
Australia Driving Guide
Australia Driving Guide


Australia Driving Guide
Australia Driving Guide

Renting a Car in Australia

How do I figure out which car is right for me?

This depends on where you’re travelling, how many people are travelling and the style of driving you intend to do. Cars range from small (economy, compact) to larger size cars (intermediate, full size), to 4WD’s, convertibles and luxury vehicles. For short trips with fewer passengers opt for the smaller cars; for longer trips with the family then a larger car, van or SUV would suit. There are plenty of car rental options to choose from depending on your needs. You can use the ACRISS system detailed above to find the car that suits your needs. This is an internationally recognised code that will ensure that you get the same standard of vehicle wherever you rent.

Automatic and Manual Transmissions

Automatic and manual vehicles are available in Australia and are generally similar in price to rent, so choose the one you feel most comfortable driving.

Australia Driving Guide
Australia Driving Guide

Do I Need a Credit Card?

Yes. A credit card will be needed for a deposit when collecting your vehicle. The deposit is generally the insurance excess of the rental car which can vary between $385 and $3,500 (+tax) depending on the category of vehicle you have booked and the rate type.  Collecting at an Airport in Australia

At most Australian airports, rental companies will have a desk in the arrivals hall and vehicles will be located within walking distance. However, at smaller airports you may be required to collect your vehicle from a downtown depot. In this case, a courtesy transfer will usually be provided from the airport to the depot. Auto Europe offer all-inclusive prices which generally include any location/airport fees and charges that may  otherwise apply. Remember to check at time of booking to ensure your rental will include all airport fees.  Driving Off-Road

In most cases, car rental suppliers will not permit travel on un-sealed roads or off-road unless it is reasonably unavoidable. This will also include driving through rivers, streams or beaches and in some cases above the snow line in the Australian ski fields. You will not be covered by insurance if you do drive in these conditions, so check with Auto Europe when you book to ensure exactly where you can drive.

Insurance: Rental Vehicle Insurance

Australia Driving Guide
Australia Driving Guide

Australian law requires all vehicles to have Compulsory Third Party (CTP) insurance, although your car rental supplier should already have comprehensive insurance covering their cars. Any accident must be reported to the insurance provider immediately and an excess will be due.

Car rental companies in Australia will normally include: • Third Party Insurance and Compulsory Insurance : This will be included in your car hire price. This covers you for other peoples’ injury and vehicle damage. • Theft and Loss Cover: This limits your financial liability for the loss or theft of the rented vehicle and is generally included in the prepaid car rental price. • Fire and Liability : Limits your financial liability for bodily injury or death and is normally included in the pre-paid car hire price. • Personal Accident Insurance : This covers the driver for personal injuries and is generally not included in your car rental rate. It is considered an optional extra that you can take out upon collection of the car. • Collision Damage Waiver (CDW): This limits your financial liability for damage to the rented vehicle and is normally included in pre-paid car hire prices. Rentals are normally subject to liability excess, which can be reduced at the time you collect your rental car or by taking out Auto Europe Excess Refund Protection.

Auto Europe Excess Refund Protection When renting a vehicle, the rental rates include basic insurance. However, in the event that the vehicle is stolen or accidentally damaged, there is usually an excess amount which the driver is liable to pay to the rental company. To avoid any unexpected costs opt for Auto Europe Excess Refund Protection which will offer a reimbursement for the supplier’s damage and theft excess to a maximum for AU$5,000. Simply add this onto your car rental booking prior to departure and you could save thousands of dollars in case of an accident. To find out more, simply call Auto Europe on 1300 656 601 or visit the Auto Europe website.

Auto Europe has procured an insurance policy covering our financial exposure to this Car Hire Excess Refund Protection through syndicate underwriters at Lloyd’s of London.

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Driving in Australia

Parking Laws

There are various types of free and paid parking options within Australia. In the larger cities parking can be costly and incur time limits. As signage, rates and time limits vary between states, it is important to check your options before planning to drive in one of the main cities.


Licence Requirements

When renting a vehicle in Australia, a driver will generally need to have held a full licence for a minimum of one year. Some suppliers may make exceptions, however fees may apply.

Min & Max Age Requirements

The minimum age for drivers renting a car in Australia does vary, though most suppliers require a minimum age of 21. It is important to check this information when booking rental car, as a young driver’s surcharge may apply to those under the age of 24. This charge can range from AU$20 – $30 per day. Some suppliers do have a maximum age limit also, so drivers aged over 75 should enquire with Auto Europe when booking.


Diverse wildlife is found throughout Australia, including the outskirts of major cities. As such, extra caution should be taken when driving on rural roads. Take care in areas that aren’t built up, particularly around dawn, dusk and night-time. Kangaroos, wombats and koalas frequently venture onto roads and can cause accidents.

Road Tolls and E-tags

Whilst the vast majority of roads in Australia feature no tolls or fees there are some – particularly on bridges, freeways and tunnels – which do charge drivers for their use. These roads are mainly found in Sydney,  Melbourne and Brisbane. You can pay with cash at some points, however many have switched to  electronic tolling, where an electronic tag (also called an E-Tag) is attached to the vehicle and is picked up by sensors along the route. If you are planning to drive in major cities, please enquire about these tolls with the rental company before you set off.


Driving in Australia

Driving Laws In Australia

  • A valid licence needs to be carried by the driver of a vehicle at all times. For foreign travellers with a driver’s licence in another language, an English translation must be carried. Some rental companies will only rent to drivers who have an international driving permit, so be sure to check this information with Auto Europe when making your booking.
  • Drive on the left hand side of the road in Australia and overtake in the right lane. Vehicles are right-hand drive.
  • Seatbelts must be worn at all times by both drivers and passengers.
  • Children younger than 6 months must be secured in a rearward facing restraint. Children aged 6mths – 4yrs must be in a rear or forward facing restraint. Children aged 4yrs – 7yrs must be secured in a forward facing child restraint or booster seat.
  • The legal limit blood alcohol concentration (BAC) is under 0.05. Provisional drivers must have a zero BAC.
  • It is illegal to talk on your mobile phone whilst driving in Australia.
  • Speed Limits: Unless signed otherwise, the limit is 50-60km/h  on city and residential roads, 100 km/hon highways, 110km/h on freeways, and 40km/h in school zones during specific time frames.
  • In the case of accidents in Australia, it is essential to exchange details with the other parties involved. If the other vehicle is unattended you must leave a note with your details. For serious accidents involving injuries and detrimental vehicle damage, notify the police by dialling 000.

Important Road Signs

Speed Limits: Usually a red or black circle with the speed limit in km/h in the centre. Warning/Caution Signs: Usually yellow diamond shaped signs showing the possible threat ahead. Touring Routes: Brown background with white writing, indicating popular tourist routes.

Australia Car Rental FAQs

Can I collect my rental car in one Australian city and drop it off in another? One-way rentals are possible in Australia, however fees may apply. Check with Auto Europe when making your reservation. What do I do if I want to extend my car rental once I have already collected it?

There are two options for handling an extension. First, you may contact Auto Europe to assist with your amendment. If the supplier permits the change, additional fees may apply and the daily car rental price may be different from the initial charges. Alternatively, contact the supplier directly to assist you. If the vehicle is available, you will be charged at the supplier’s local rate.


Australian States

  • Australian Capital Territory (ACT)
  • New South Wales (NSW)
  • Victoria (VIC)
  •  Queensland (QLD)
  •  South Australia (SA)
  • Western Australia (WA)
  • Northern Territory (NT)
  • Tasmania (TAS)

Australian Capital Territory

The ACT is home to the purpose built capital city of Australia, Canberra, but also large areas of National Park and smaller, older settlements of the region.

New South Wales

Located on the East Coast of Australia and the country’s most populous state. Major cities in New South Wales are Sydney, Wollongong and Newcastle. The East Coast is popular for people travelling through Australia, due to the number of smaller country towns and popular beach towns like Port Macquarie and Byron Bay dotted throughout. NSW is also home to Australia’s ski fields, located near the New South Wales Victoria border.


The southernmost eastern state of Victoria is home to the cultural melting pot that is Australia’s second largest city, Melbourne. Due to it’s small size, Victoria is the most densely populated state, with most people concentrated around Port Phillip Bay.

South Australia

Featuring a rugged coastline along the Great Australian Bite, the southern region of Australia is where great deserts meet the Southern Ocean. If you are planning a driving holiday in the south, try to spend some time exploring the Great Ocean Road and Kangaroo Island, the country’s third largest island.

Northern Territory

Travel to the north of Australia for a real outback experience. The vast wilderness combines amazing wildlife and cultural heritage. On your road trip, experience the varied climates of tropical rainforests and barren deserts. Visit the townships of Alice Springs and Darwin, along with the natural wonders of Uluru an..d Kakadu National Park.

Western Australia

The West Coast is an expansive area with few cities and endless natural space. Explore the cities of Perth, Exmouth, Geraldton and Broome, driving along thousands of kilometres of unspoilt rugged coastline and some of Australia’s best surf!


Australia’s only island state, with most of the population concentrated in the south east and north coasts. Much of the island is dedicated to agriculture and national parks.

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Sydney, New South Wales

The largest and oldest city in Australia, Sydney offers a laid-back, outdoor experience. Located on a stunning harbour, the city is surrounded by endless stretches of surf beaches and five national parks. Settled in 1788, visitors can discover a blend of colonial and contemporary architecture along with a ride range of cultural heritages in Sydney. This vibrant city offers diverse dining options and a temperate climate all year round.



  • January: Sydney Festival –  Three weeks of music concerts, dance, art and outdoor entertainment. March Sydney Mardi Gras –  A parade of costumes and colour, the largest gay pride event in the world.
  • September: Sydney Running Festival – Choose from a number of courses to run – The Sydney Marathon, Half Marathon, Bridge Run (9km) and the Family Fun Run (4.0km)
  • October/November: Sculpture by the Sea –  A large outdoor sculpture   exhibition located on the costal cliffs between Bondi and Bronte.
  • December: Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race – Departs from Sydney Harbour on Boxing Day. New Years Eve – Spectacular firework display over Sydney harbour and around the City.
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  • The Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House – Iconic landmarks of Sydney.
  • The Rocks – Sydney’s historical area, featuring classic sandstone buildings and lots of old style pubs.
  • Sydney Aquarium – One of the largest aquariums in the world, home to over 6,000 fishes.
  • Darling Harbour and King St Warf – Enjoy a great lunch with a magnificent view.
  • Beaches – Visit the world famous beaches of Bondi and Manly or take your pick of roughly 70 others around the city.
  • Take a ferry ride to Manly –  Leave from Circular Quay and visit one of the world’s best harbours. Taronga Zoo – Visit Australia’s favourite zoo, situated on the hills of Sydney Harbour.
  • Sydney Observatory – Take in the great views from Observatory Hill and see the thousands of stars at night through the massive telescopes.
  • Take the elevator up Sydney Tower – Walk along the Skywalk.
  • The Botanical Gardens – Discover hundreds of native species of plants and horticulture in a relaxing and peaceful garden.

Self Drive Tours from Sydney


Hunter Valley

Just two hours north west of Sydney, the Hunter Valley is famous for its many fine wineries, beautiful national parks and quaint towns. Head north of Sydney on the freeway towards Newcastle, then take the exit near Freeman’s Waterhole, which will lead you to the Hunter region. Here you will find over 120 wineries, fine dining, gardens and health spas. Paterson is a historic town in the region, only 18km north of Maitland, which also has the attractions of the old Maitland Gaol and the Regional Art Gallery.

The Blue Mountains

The Blue Mountains inherited its name from the blue haze given off by the eucalyptus trees. Located just 50kms west of Sydney, enjoy stunning scenery and spectacular views of the magnificent Three Sisters rock formations. Be sure to visit the charming city of Katoomba, picturesque Leura and the Jenolan Caves. Take a bushwalk along the Six Foot Track, the Megalong Valley and Wentworth Falls. Visit the small art galleries that display the local artist’s work or visit the Norman Lindsay Gallery in Faulconbridge with its magnificent gardens. From the City, follow signs to Parramatta and join the M4 Motorway (Great  Western Highway), which starts at Strathfield and takes you to the Blue Mountains. For a more scenic and longer drive, follow the Bells Line of Road, commencing at Richmond and passing over Mount Victoria.


Self Drive Tours: Sydney, New South Wales


The Sydney, New South Wales – South Coast

There are some magnificent places to explore on the south coast of NSW. One option is to follow the Grand Pacific Drive, which begins in Stanwell Tops, just south of Sydney, and winds its way south along the coast through such towns as Wollongong, Kiama, Shellharbour and on to Nowra. You will be able to drive along a stretch of road which was recently built and transverses along the coastline, over the waters edge. Stop off at fantastic beaches, coastal towns and villages. Head inland from Kiama and experience the Illawarra Fly Tree Top Walk which offers outstanding views of the surrounding rainforests and the coastline. Travel further south through Nowra along the Princes Highway and along the south coast of NSW. Visit the white sands of Jervis Bay, the fishing villages around Ulladulla and the picturesque seaside towns of the Sapphire Coast such as Batemans Bay, Merimbula and Eden.

The Sydney, New South Wales – North Coast

When planning a road trip in Australia, a popular route is to head up the coast from Sydney. There are many stunning beaches and towns to check out on the road to Brisbane. North of Newcastle, stop off at Nelson bay, located just over 2 hours away from Sydney. Here you will find a small seaside town, with popular activities such as dolphin watching and camel riding.  Travelling north, stop off at Port Macquarie for a variety of water activities and    take  advantage of the network of rivers, canals, lakes and beaches. At Coffs Harbour, you can enjoy scuba diving and white-water rafting. Don’t forget to visit the Big Banana – one of the oldest “big things” in Australia! The kids will enjoy the toboggan rides, banana-splits, ice-skating and the wild waterslide. Heading north towards the border to find the laid-back beachside towns of Ballina and Byron Bay. Discover stretches of stunning surf beaches, rolling hinterland and natural wilderness.


Self Drive Tours: Country Sydney, New South Wales


The Best of Country Sydney, New South Wales

This route takes in some of the best country towns in NSW. Commence at the town of Coonabarrabran, which you can use as a base to explore the spectacular Warrumbungle National Park or visit one of the observatories at night to see millions of stars in the country sky. Drive through the Biddon State Forest to Gilgandra on the Castlereagh River where you can explore museums and learn of the local indigenous Wiradjuri people who first inhabited this region. Head south on the Newell Highway to Dubbo, spending a day at the Dubbo Western Plains Zoo and Old Dubbo Gaol. Follow the Mitchell Highway south to Wellington, where you can enjoy the extensive town gardens, unwind or fish at the massive Lake Burrendong or explore the Wellington Caves just outside of town. Drive east to historic Gulgong which was famous in the gold rush era and was once home to the poet Henry Lawson. From here, drive south east through one of NSW’s best food and wine producing regions to the town of Mudgee. This region is full of Australian history and beautiful vineyards, creating world class wines and produce.

The Snowy Mountains

A three hour drive from Canberra will take you to the  Alpine National Parks – a playground of adventure activities. During wintertime, visit the ski resorts of Thredbo and Perisher, home to a vast network of ski runs and lifts. Activities in the  summertime include mountain climbing, bushwalking and mountain biking. For a scenic hike, climb Mt Kosciuszko from Charlotte Pass to enjoying  stunning scenery and wildlife.

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Melbourne, Victoria

The second largest city in Australia, Melbourne is bustling with cafes, bars, musicians and artists. Melbourne’s first settlers arrived in 1835, and today it has evolved into a world class city filled with people from a vast array of backgrounds. Rich in fine dining options, a thriving fashion industry and a great list of attractions, Melbourne is an exciting city to explore. Notable suburbs to visit include St Kilda, a arty backpacker haven, and Collingwood, which boasts great shopping and live music venues.



  • January : The Australian Open – World Class Tennis Tournament
  • March: Australian F1 Grand Prix – Formula 1 Racing  – 4 days
  • March to September ; Watch an AFL match in the home of the game
  • April: Melbourne International Comedy Festival – The third largest 3 week comedy festival
  • October : Melbourne International Arts Festival – Over two weeks of music, dance, art and theatre
  • November: Melbourne Cup – The biggest horse race in the Southern Hemisphere
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  • Bourke St Mall – For high class shopping, buskers and street entertainers
  • Queen Victoria Market – The largest outdoor markets in Australia, popular with locals and tourists alike
  • Shopping – Melbourne has some of the best shopping in Australia, from major department stores and brand names, to funky fashion stores and independent designers
  • Federation Square – The cultural centre of Melbourne, complete with art galleries, exhibition spaces, bars and restaurants
  • Phillip Island – Home to the famous Penguin Parade, where you can see hundreds of penguins emerge from the sea and cross the beach each night
  • The Mornington Peninsula – Visit some of the most beautiful beaches and towns in Victoria, just a short drive south of Melbourne
  • St Kilda – Melbourne’s beachside and nightlife hot spot. Walk along the pier and picnic in the Botanical Gardens


Self Drive Tours from Melbourne


The Great Ocean Road

Covering a distance of 243km, the Great Ocean Road is regarded as one of the most scenic drives in Australia. Head west of Melbourne and travel through stunning scenery along the way. Stop at charming towns such as Apollo Bay, Lorne and Warrnambool. Visit Bells Beach, one of the most famous surfing beaches in the country. As you make your journey along the coast, marvel the 12 Apostles, limestone cliffs that line the Great Ocean road, making this drive one of the most illustrious in the country.

The Yarra Valley

Located a short distance east of the city, the Yarra Valley is a popular destination for daytrips and short breaks from Melbourne. Visitors come here to enjoy the scenery and the great outdoors, as well as the many wineries and farms located here. Explore the region by car, sampling great local produce along the way. Stop off at the charming towns of Yarra Glen, Warburton, Badger Creek and Milgrove, or head into the Yarra Ranges National Park and explore the lush forests that it contains.


Self Drive Tours: Victoria


Explore the Grampians

Located 235km, roughly three hours northwest of Melbourne, Grampians National Park is a popular destination for visitors keen to unwind and enjoy the scenery. Small towns can be found throughout the area and while touring here you will discover waterfalls, lakes, untouched forests and rugged mountain landscapes, which create a tranquil region. The Grampians National Park is one of the richest indigenous rock art areas in south eastern Australia.

Grand Ridge Road, Gippsland

This drive will take you from Latrobe Valley to the southernmost tip of mainland Australia near Wilsons Promontory. Take a drive along the Strzelecki Mountains for 130km, passing through charming towns and villages, impressive farms and gardens. Take time to stop off and enjoy breathtaking views and explore some of the national parks along the way. Mirboo North is the only major town along this route and is approximately half way through this drive. If you’re not the designated driver, sample the Gippsland’s finest beers at the Grand Ridge Brewery. Views range from the open farmland to dense forests along the route.

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Perfect for holidays, Queensland is a favourite among both Australian and international travellers alike. With vast World Heritage listed areas, miles of stunning beaches, great weather and hundreds of attractions, it’s easy to see why! Travel by car or motorhome and experience the freedom to stop when and where you choose to explore the lush tropical rainforests and unspoilt beaches of this state.



  • January: Magic Millions, Gold Coast – Horse Racing Carnival
  • May: Port Douglas Carnivale – An art, music, food and culture event, held in a tropical paradise
  • June: Wintersun, Coolangatta – A rock & roll and retro nostalgia event, including music, cars and fashion from the 1950s and 60s
  • July: Gold Coast Marathon – A grand running race attracting over 20,000 competitors
  • August /September: Cairns Festival – An art, drama and culture festival with a tropical theme
  • August: Broadbeach Jazz Festival, Broadbeach – A completely free, annual jazz music festival
  • November: Schoolies Week – Annual pilgrimage for students who have finished high school often held in the Gold Coast
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  • Cairns – Tropical weather, rainforest and reef tours, stunning resorts, restaurants and bars, all just minutes from the city. Be sure to make the drive north to Port Douglas, along one of the most picturesque coastlines drives in Australia, watching out for crocodiles!
  • Brisbane – The capital and also the largest city in  Queensland, Brisbane is located in the southeast corner of the state. While here, you can visit great nearby destinations like Surfers Paradise and Coolangatta. If you’re travelling with the kids, head over to one of the great theme parks in the area.
  • The Great Barrier Reef – The largest reef system in the world and a must for any visitor to Queensland. Take a boat trip out from Cairns, Townsville, Port  Douglas, Mackay or Airlie Beach. Alternatively, spend a few nights on one of the many island  resorts.
  • The Sunshine Coast – Only a short drive north of Brisbane, the Sunshine Coast runs from Caloundra to Rainbow Beach, with Noosa and Maroochydore among favourite towns for visitors, and plenty of beachside villages along the way. The hinterland includes lush rainforest and beautiful countryside, especially the magnificent Glasshouse Mountains.


Self Drive Tours: Queensland


Airlie Beach to Townsville

Starting off in Airlie Beach, gateway to the Whitsunday Islands. This drive will take you through areas of amazing scenery and intriguing history, while enjoying the great weather for which this region is famous. The first part of the trip will take you to the town of Bowen. home to a thriving mango industry where the forest meets the sea. Further along your journey, you will pass through vast sugar cane fields, fruit farms and the towns of Home Hill and Ayr. While here, be sure to head up to either Mount Inkerman or Mount Kelly,  both of which will give you spectacular views of the area. Once you have reached  Townsville, you will find even more great options to explore.

Cairns to Port Douglas

Covering a 70km stretch of coastline, the Captain Cook Highway connects Cairns to Port Douglas and is one of the most scenic drives in the country. The inviting waters of the Coral Sea are just metres away from most of the coast road, along with spectacular lookouts points, such as Yule Point and Rex’s Lookout. To the north lay lush rainforests and to the west is the beginning of the Queensland outback. Eastwards, discover more spectacular beaches and reefs.

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South Australia

South Australia offers long hot summers, perfect for self drive holidays. A state renowned for its wine, there are 16 regions to explore and over 200 cellar doors. Explore the state’s diverse landscapes and wildlife, including a trip to Kangaroo Island, The Flinders Ranges and the Limestone coast. Voted among the most liveable cities in the world, Adelaide is a friendly, laidback place with hundreds of restaurants, cafes and pubs waiting to be discovered.



  • January: Santos Tour Down Under – A cycling race attracting some of the biggest names in the world.
  • April / May: Tasting Australia – A major event showcasing Australian food and drink
  • June: Adelaide Cabaret Festival – Showcasing the best local, national and international artists in the cabaret genre
  • August: Barossa Gourmet Weekend – Fine wine, sensational food and the best of South Australia’s live entertainment
  • October: World Solar Challenge – A solar powered vehicle race between Adelaide and Darwin Kangaroo Island Art Feast – an annual celebration of the island’s art, food and wine. Held at multiple venues across the island
  • November: Credit Union Christmas Pageant – A huge Christmas parade held in the streets of Adelaide
  • December: Lights of Lobethal – Huge lighting show put on by homes in the town of Lobethal
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  • Adelaide – The capital city of South Australia, Adelaide is a unique alternative to the larger cities.  It has a  friendly atmosphere at a relaxed pace. Adelaide is a city with a thriving food, art and music loving culture, as well as great beaches and charming architecture.
  • Kangaroo Island – Located just a short ferry ride from the mainland, Kangaroo Island was the first place in the state that was settled as a colony. Due to its isolation, Kangaroo Island has become a huge sanctuary for wildlife, with koalas, penguins, wallabies, Australian Sea Lions, New Zealand Fur Seals, and kangaroos all living in safety with no introduced predators.
  • Coober Pedy – Known as “The Opal Capital of the World”, Coober Pedy is a desert town not only famous for gemstones, but also for unique underground homes where locals live to escape the summer heat. When in Cooper Pedy, take a tour of mines and visit underground homes and churches. Take the opportunity to do some opal shopping or enjoy a round of golf on the course without grass!
  • Barossa – The Barossa is one of Australia’s most famous wine regions, spoken in the same breath as Bordeaux, Napa and Tuscany. It’s not only about the wine, though – here you’ll find a flourishing food culture, historic villages and picturesque valleys.


Self Drive Tours: South Australia


Port Augusta to the Nullarbor Plain

This drive is not to be taken lightly! It is an epic journey that will lead you through seemingly endless deserts and some of the most isolated parts of Australia.  Thorough preparation is a must before setting off but, if well planned, this trip will be one to remember. You’ll pass through remote towns such as Kimba, Wudona and Streaky Bay, while experiencing some amazing scenery along the way. The Nullarbor Plain, a Latin name meaning no trees, begins at Ceduna and spans all the way to Western Australia. The land  scape is indeed very flat with few trees, making it a real road trip of a lifetime!

Mount Gambier to  Victor Harbour

Starting off in Mount Gambier in the south east corner of the state, this drive will take you along a stunning coastline passing several charming towns along the way. Start off by visiting the most famous attraction of Mt Gambier – an impressive Blue Lake, located in a volcanic crater next to the city. Take the scenic coastal route as opposed to the highway to encounter picturesque sights such as Lake George and Lake Ekza. Stop off at the tiny fishing town of Robe as well as Kingston – home to the Giant Lobster.  The final destination, Victor Harbor, is a favourite holiday spot for travellers and locals alike from nearby Adelaide, who come to enjoy the sandy beaches and whale watching.

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The southernmost state of Australia, Tasmania is a nature lover’s paradise offering visitors huge areas of  amazing wilderness to explore, while also having its own unique history. Truly perfect for touring in a rental car, Tasmania features excellent roads connecting the different parts of the island, little traffic and breathtaking scenery.



  • December/January: Taste of Tasmania, Hobart – Weeklong festival showcasing Tassie’s local food and beverage
  • February: Australian Wooden Boat Festival, Hobart – Fantastic  festival held on Hobart’s waterfront celebrating  Australia’s maritime culture and heritage
  • April / May: Targa Tasmania – A world class rally event which runs across many parts of the island over 5 days
  • June: Antarctic Midwinter Festival – Festival that celebrates Tasmania’s link with the Antarctic
  • November: Tasmanian Beerfest – Join over 10,000 others sampling boutique beers from Tasmania and around the world
  • December: Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race– Hobart turns into one big party  celebrating the finish line of the famous yacht race
  • Falls Festival – A New Year’s Eve festival of bands and DJs which runs for 2 days
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  • Hobart – The capital city of Tasmania, Hobart is also one of the oldest cities in Australia, having started off as a convict settlement in 1803. The city has avoided mass development, and with a great blend of historical buildings and modern architecture, Hobart has a charm all of its own. While in Hobart you can visit famous Salamanca Markets, the Cadbury Chocolate Factory and the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery.
  • Launceston – The second oldest and largest city in the state, Launceston is set in the Tamar Valley towards the north of the island and is an excellent base for exploring the many attractions in the area. While in Launceston, check out the picturesque Cataract Gorge, take a tour of The Boags Brewery, or go on a short drive north to Brady’s Lookout, from where you’ll get a great view of the Tamar River and Valley.
  • Cradle Mountain – One of the most visited places in Tasmania, Cradle Mountain is a must for anyone touring the island with a rental car. This location is breathtaking and possibly the best example of the  unspoilt scenery for which Tasmania is famous.


Self Drive Tours: Tasmania


Hobart to Port Arthur

Starting off in Hobart, head east from the city, crossing the Derwent River, passing through Mornington and  Hobart Airport. The drive gets particularly scenic from here on. First, cross the Sorell Causeway and McGee’s Bridge for amazing views of the water on either side, then pass through rolling green hills and farmland. The rest of the journey is equally incredible, if not even more so, as you cruise along untouched coastline and through protected forests.  When you reach your destination of Port Arthur, it will seem almost like a time capsule. The town has amazingly well preserved and restored buildings, making iteasy to imagine life here two centuries ago.

Launceston to Wineglass Bay

Heading south east from Launceston and cutting across the vast countryside, this route will take you to one of the most picturesque scenes in Tasmania: Wineglass Bay in Freycinet National Park. The drive will take you roughly 2.5 hours as you pass through the classical Tasmanian landscape.  Upon arrival, hike to the lookout where you will get to see Wineglass Bay, a beach many believe to be among the most stunning beaches in the world. Complete with picture-perfect shape, sand and beautifully coloured water, it’s easy to see why this location is so highly regarded. If you’re travelling during warmer months, a swim may just be too tempting to resist!

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Western Australia

The largest state of Australia, Western Australia, covers 2.5 million square kilometres and offers visitors seemingly endless opportunities to explore remote, untouched locations. From beautiful coastline to deserts, and ancient forests to canyons, Western Australia is filled with unique attractions unlike anywhere else in the world. With thousands of kilometres between major towns and cities, not to mention the distance from cities in other states, the remoteness and isolation of Western Australia is a major attraction for visitors, keen to explore a unique part of the country.



  • January: Hopman Cup – A world class tennis tournament which runs for one week
  • March: Sculptures by the Sea – Perth’s Cottesloe Beach is turned into an outdoor gallery for almost three weeks
  • April: Fremantle Street Arts Festival – Buskers and performers take to the streets to entertain over 100,000 people
  • August: Gascoyne Food Festival—A three day event celebrating the cuisine of the outback in Carnarvon
  • October ; Perth International—A golf tournament in conjunction with the European Tour and the PGA Tour of Australasia
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  • Perth – The capital of the state and home to over 70% of the population, Perth is usually first stop for most visitors to WA. With stunning beaches and natural attractions, as well as loads of fine dining, shopping and nightlife, Perth has everything a traveller could desire.
  • Exmouth – Located on the coast of Western Australia’s North West Cape, Exmouth is a small town surrounded by stunning natural attractions. You can dive with whale sharks in nearby Ningaloo Reef, or take a whale watching tour in the bay. A short drive from Exmouth you can also visit Cape Range National Park, which features amazing canyons, bird sanctuaries and beaches that serve as breeding grounds for turtles. 120km south is Coral Bay, a beautiful settlement in which to spend your days fishing, swimming and snorkelling.
  • Margaret River Region – A renowned wine growing region with many bays and beaches popular for surfing by locals as well as international surfers. The most south western tip of Australia is Cape Leeuwin and where the Indian and Southern Oceans meet.


Self Drive Tours: Western Australia


Perth to Margaret River

Drive 270km south of Perth to the town of Margaret River and the surrounding area, celebrated for its award winning wine production. There are over 130 wineries here, producing one fifth of Australia’s wine. The drive will take you along the impressive south stretch of WA’s east coast, passing through the towns of Mandurah, Bunbury and Busselton.  When in the Margaret River region, there are smaller towns and resorts which offer hidden surprises for travellers. You can get up close with sting rays in the still waters of Hamelin Bay, just don’t pat them! Head up the coast and you will find a hot spot in Dunsborough, where the population swells with relaxed holidaymakers in the summer months. It is easy to cruise around different wineries, breweries and artisan producers without a guide. There are plenty of attractions for the driver too, from sweeping scenic views and delectable local dishes to live entertainment and outdoor games!

Broome to Exmouth – The Pilbara Coast

This is a drive that should be taken over at least a couple of days, as it is almost 1400km in total, however this will cover some of the best parts of Australia’s west coast. Begin in Broome, where you will see the  dazzling white sand and aqua waters of Cable Beach, visit Roebuck Bay to see how pearls are formed and harvested.

Follow the Great Northern Highway south along the coast on Eighty Mile Beach to Port Hedland, where iron ore mining is the predominant industry, then onto Karratha. From here you can explore the heritage town of Cossack and the magnificent Millstream-Chichester National Park while you learn of the local aboriginal rock art and culture. Drive along the Northwest Coastal Highway until you reach the turnoff to Exmouth on Burkett Road. Exmouth is the gateway to the magical Ningaloo Reef, where visitors can swim with whale sharks or snorkel in aquamarine waters with tropical fish.

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Nothern Territory

Covering the central northern part of the country, the Northern Territory can be described as remote, wild, breathtaking and untouched. With amazing natural attractions and landscapes appearing just as they would have millions of years ago, the Northern Territory is the place where travellers can truly enjoy the vastness of the Australian outback.



  • Darwin – Darwin is by far the largest city in the state, and also the only one found on the coastline. One of the most cosmopolitan cities in Australia, over 50 different nationalities are represented in Darwin. Be sure to visit the Mindil, Nightcliff and Parap markets.
  • The Red Centre & Uluru– Rich in aboriginal culture, visit the natural monuments of Ayers Rock (Uluru), Mount Olga, the Macdonald Ranges and Kings  Canyon. Alice Springs, one of the most remote communities in the country, was settled around a waterhole in the middle of vast deserts and makes a great centre to base exploration of this region.
  • Kakadu & Litchfield National Parks  – Experience amazing scenery and rich wildlife, as well as deep rooted Aboriginal culture. Take a boat trip on the Yellow Water, a billabong teeming with wildlife, and witness Aboriginal rock art dating back 40,000 years.
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  • May: Ingkerreke Commercial Mountain Bike Enduro – A five day mountain bike race held on the MacDonnell Ranges
  • June: V8 Supercars– SKYCITY Triple Crown – Darwin’s very own round of supercar racing, held at Hidden Valley Raceway Tattersall’s Finke Desert Race – A two day race across roughly 230km of desert
  • July: Territory Day – A day of celebrations also known as Fireworks Day
  • August: Darwin Beer Can Regatta – A boat race held on Mindil beach, where a race is held between craft made out of beer cans Henley-On-Todd Regatta – A race involving bottomless boats powered by people running through a dry riverbed in Alice Springs
  • October: World Solar Challenge – A solar powered vehicle race. from Darwin and race the 3,000km to Adelaide


Self Drive Tours: Northern Territory


Darwin to Kakadu National Park

From Darwin, take the Stuart Highway out of the city and connect to the Arnhem Highway heading east. The drive to Kakadu National Park is roughly 250km and can be done in three and a half hours, however heading out in a leisurely pace and stopping off along the way to see the sights is definitely recommended. The historic town of Humpty Doo, just a short distance from Darwin, and Fogg Dam Conservation Reserve are both worth a visit.

Once you reach Kakadu, you will have the chance to see amazing scenery and wildlife unlike anywhere else in the world. The largest National Park in Australia, Kakadu covers a huge area, offering endless opportunities to explore. From wetlands and rugged coastlines to huge valleys and gorges,  kadu has it all!

Alice Springs to Kings Canyon and Uluru

Although not a short drive, the trip from Alice Springs to Kings Canyon and Uluru winds through some outback areas with remarkable scenery. Heading southwest from Alice Springs, it will take about four hours to reach Kings Canyon in Watarrka National Park, where you’ll find spectacular views and great walking trails leading to ancient rock paintings. Once you have explored the canyon, you can either spend the night at a nearby camping ground or resort, or continue on to Uluru, which is roughly another four hours from here. Uluru itself is a breathtaking site, standing at almost 350m tall and often appearing to change colour. For the best viewing times, aim to be here around sunrise or sunset when the colours of the rock are most vivid.


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31 Popular Tourist Attractions In Bangkok Thailand

31 Popular Tourist Attractions In Bangkok Thailand

Tourist Attractions In Bangkok. Bangkok is one of the fastest growing cities, with a dynamic economic and progressive community in Southeast Asia. The city is developing into a regional hub that can rival Singapore and Hong Kong, but still has problems in the infrastructure and social sectors as a result of its rapid development.

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Bangkok has long been the gateway to foreign investors who want to find new markets in Asia. The city also notes as one of the cities in the world with the fastest addition of skyscraper construction. Rich in cultural sites make Bangkok one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world.

Bangkok is bordered by six other provinces: Nonthaburi, Pathum Thani, Chachoengsao, Samut Prakan, Samut Sakhon and Nakhon Pathom.

A Brief History Of Bangkok Thailand

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A Brief History Of Bangkok Thailand (

The city of Bangkok was a small trade center and harbour on the West Bank of the Chao Phraya River serving the Kingdom of Ayuthhaya, a modern Thai pioneer who succeeded from 1350 to 1767. There is a belief that the name Bangkok comes from Bang Makok, Bang in central Thai language for the town or village located on the banks of the river, and Makok is the name in Thai language for Spondias pinnata, Spondias mombin or Elaeocarpus hygrophilus (a plant that produces fruit like olive fruit), or Bang Koh, Koh means  “island “, referring to an area engraved by rivers and canals.

After the fall of Ayutthaya against the kingdom of Burma in 1767, the new king, King Taksin founded the new capital, Thonburi, on the territory that is now part of the city of Bangkok. When Taksin’s reign ended in 1782, Buddha King Yodfa Chulaloke rebuilt the capital in the east side of the river and gave him the official name of the ceremony (ceremonial name). Krung Thep Mahanakhon Amon Rattanakosin Mahinthara Yuthaya Mahadilok Phop Noppharat Ratchathani Burirom Udomratchaniwet Mahasathan Amon Piman Awatan Sathit Sakkathattiya Witsanukam Prasit and then abbreviated as the official name now, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon.

However, the new city also received the name of Bangkok, which was continued to be used by foreigners to refer to the entire city and became the official name in English, while in Thai the name of Bangkok remained only showing To the Old city on the West Bank of the river. The city has since been widely modernized and has undergone many changes, including the introduction of transportation and infrastructure during the reign of King Mongkut and King Chulalongkorn, and quickly became the centre of Thailand’s economy.

Here are 31 famous sightseeing spots in Bangkok Thailand

  • The Grand Palace Bangkok Thailand
  • Wat Phra Kaew Bangkok Thailand
  • Wat Arun Bangkok Thailand
  • Chatuchak Market Bangkok Thailand
  • Khaosan Road Bangkok Thailand
  • Golden Buddha (Wat Traimit) Bangkok Thailand
  • Madame Tussauds Bangkok Bangkok Thailand
  • Jim Thompson House Museum Bangkok Thailand
  • Mahanakhon SkyWalk Bangkok Thailand
  • Asiatique The Riverfront Bangkok Thailand
  • Safari World Bangkok Thailand
  • MBK Center Bangkok Thailand
  • BTS Skytrain Bangkok Thailand
  • Wat Saket (Phukhao Thong) Bangkok Thailand
  • Central World Bangkok Thailand
  • Pratunam Market Bangkok Thailand
  • Wat Phra Chetuphon (Wat Pho) Bangkok Thailand
  • Sea Life Bangkok Ocean World Bangkok Thailand
  • Victory Monument Bangkok Thailand
  • Erawan Shrine Bangkok Thailand
  • Bangkok National Museum Bangkok Thailand
  • Bangkok Art and Culture Centre Bangkok Thailand
  • Dream World Bangkok Thailand
  • Ratchada Rot Fai Train Night Market Bangkok Thailand
  • Siam Park City Bangkok Thailand
  • Lumphini Park Bangkok Thailand
  • Yaowarat Road Bangkok Thailand
  • Chinatown (Yaowarat) Bangkok Thailand
  • Damnoen Saduak Floating Market Bangkok Thailand
  • Maeklong Railway Market Bangkok Thailand
  • Amphawa Floating Night Market


Bangkok’s best known and famous tourist attractions are a unique attraction for tourists who want to travel to Thailand. Bangkok is the largest city and capital of Thailand on the West Bank of the Chao Phraya River. Many of Bangkok’s favorite attractions are from palaces, important sites, historical relics, playgrounds, shopping, delicious food and much more.

Here are the 31 list of famous attractions in Bangkok that you must visit during your holiday with your friends or family.

  1. The Grand Palace Bangkok Thailand

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The Grand Palace Bangkok Thailand (

The Grand Palace, or often known as Istana Raja, is a palace building complex in Bangkok. The 24.4 hectares Palace is used as the official residence of the Thai kings from the 18th century onwards. The uniqueness of this favorite place is the building in an artistic, luxurious, and beautiful style.

The Grand Palace will be open every day of the week from 08.30 am to 4.30 pm. (ticket sales at the attraction will be closed at 3.30 pm). To get to this tourist spot, it is advisable to dress modestly and should not wear shorts or sleeveless shirts in each building of the temple. In addition, to enter here the visitors will pay a fee of about $16 or 500 bath per person.

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  1. Wat Phra Kaew Bangkok Thailand

Wat Phra Kaew Bangkok Thailand (Culture Trip)
Wat Phra Kaew Bangkok Thailand (Culture Trip)

Wat Phra Kaew or often known as the Temple of the Emerald Buddha, has the full name of Wat Phra Sri Rattana Satsadaram is a monastery in the middle of Bangkok. This tourist spot is located inside the Grand Palace complex with a beautiful and charming building design. Then, to enter here the visitors must dress modestly and remove footwear.

Interestingly, this building has a beautiful color of gold and this place contains amazing Buddha statues.


  1. Wat Arun Bangkok Thailand

Wat Arun Bangkok Thailand (Into Asia)
Wat Arun Bangkok Thailand (Into Asia)

Wat Arun is a Buddhist temple in the Bangkok Yai district of Bangkok, on the west end of the Chao Phraya River. The long name of this temple is Wat Arunratchawararam Ratchaworamahavihara, is it interesting instead? Often also known as the Temple of Dawn. This beautiful temple has a colourful ceramic architecture and wall hangings.

When you visit this attraction it is advisable to dress politely and carefully if you want to climb to the top. Of course, you can take pictures by renting traditional Thai clothes with a very beautiful and charming temple backdrop. In addition, visitors can buy a variety of souvenir and buy food from the famous tourist areas in Bangkok.


  1. Chatuchak Market Bangkok Thailand

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Chatuchak Market Bangkok Thailand (

Chatuchak Market is the largest market in Thailand and also known as JJ market. The famous market that has been open since 1982 has over 15 thousand stalls and 11,505 vendors. In the bustling Chatuchak market this weekend you can find items and cheap souvenirs.

Visitors can find used items, antiques, books, artwork, furniture, handicrafts, pet supplies and much more. Drinks and good food are sold on the market this weekend, but you should be careful because of the prone Copet.


  1. Khaosan Road Bangkok Thailand

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Khaosan Road Bangkok Thailand (

Khaosan Road is a destination for backpackers from many countries and never deserted by visitors. You can enjoy and buy good snacks and assorted souvenir along this street. At night, it is also crowded with entertainment, cafes, and a culinary center. In addition, many people sell clothing and body massage services for tourists.

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  1. Golden Buddha (Wat Traimit) Bangkok Thailand

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Golden Buddha (Wat Traimit) Bangkok Thailand (

The golden Buddha, or often known as the Temple of the Golden Buddha, is a famous Buddhist temple with a 5.5-ton Buddhist statue made of gold. The location of Buddha statue is upstairs and there is an elevator for old people.

Great tourist spot, so no wonder very nice view from Wat Traimit if you want to take pictures together. Interested in a getaway to one of Bangkok’s favorite tourist attractions?


  1. Madame Tussauds Bangkok Bangkok Thailand


For those who want to have a holiday and want to take pictures with world famous figures then Madame Tussauds Bangkok can be the best option. Madame Tussauds is a wax sculpture Museum of the characters and artists of the world and of course very similar to the original. In addition to Bangkok, Madame Tussauds is also found in many places around the world.

However, in Bangkok you can find a collection of wax sculptures from famous figures such as Sukarno, Mahatma Gandhi, Princess Diana, Albert Einsten, Mark Zuckerberg, Barack Obama, and many more. The best thing for you to do at Madame Tussauds is take a picture with a statue of this famous world figure?


  1. Jim Thompson House Museum Bangkok Thailand

Jim Thompson House Museum Bangkok Thailand (YouTube)
Jim Thompson House Museum Bangkok Thailand (YouTube)

If you want to enjoy your holiday while you want to see a variety of beautiful art collections, then choose this museum. The Jim Thompson House Museum is a museum in downtown Bangkok, which has an art collection of American businessman and architect Jim Thompson.

During your holiday to the museum, you can get a knowledge of the ancient culture of the Thai and see the antiques. However, visitors are not allowed to take photographs. Then in this favorite tourist attraction, the visitors can see the work of the art of silk and the creation process of the silk cloth. In addition to watching the manufacturing process, it turns out that visitors can also buy the ones in the souvenir shop.


  1. Mahanakhon SkyWalk Bangkok Thailand

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Mahanakhon SkyWalk Bangkok Thailand (

For you who want to enjoy the view of Bangkok city from above, Mahanakhon SkyWalk can be a tourist destination during your holiday to Bangkok. This tourist attraction is at King Power MahaNakhon Tower, 114 Narathiwas Road, Silom, Bangrak, Bangkok.

Tourists can enjoy an extraordinary experience from the top of the building during the day or night to enjoy the view of 360 degrees from above the city of Bangkok. Glass floors and walls make the tourists increasingly enjoy the atmosphere of this tour. You can then take a photo to capture this precious moment on your holiday to Thailand.

You do not have to worry because the elevator to climb up is relatively fast. Then, this tourist attraction is open daily from 10.00 – 00.00 (last visit at 23.00).

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  1. Asiatique The Riverfront Bangkok Thailand

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Asiatique The Riverfront Bangkok Thailand (bangkokPost)

Asiatique The Riverfront is a famous tourist destination in the form of a night entertainment center that occupies the former jetty. The area overlooks the Chao Phraya River and Charoen Krung Road, which has been opened since 27 April 2012.

This place is a lot of souvenir shops, cafes, adult games and children, and of course the music entertainment is very cool.

In addition, you can find the best spot for photos and enjoy the beautiful riverside atmosphere, especially at night. Tourists can also enjoy delicious snacks to good restaurants to taste.


  1. Safari World Bangkok Thailand

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Safari World Bangkok Thailand (

For those of you who vacation to Bangkok with family not yet complete feel if you have not visited Safari World. Visitors can enjoy performances from various species of animals from various parts of the world. Safari World has a collection of animals such as lions, orang utan, tigers, giraffes, and many more.

In addition, visitors can also enjoy performances from Orang Utan Show, Dholphin Show, Elephant Show, bird Show, and many more.


  1. MBK Center Bangkok Thailand

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MBK Center Bangkok Thailand (TripSawy)

MBK Center is the largest and most famous shopping centre in Bangkok, open from 1985. This Mall has a height of 8 levels with about 2 thousand stores, restaurants, service outlets, and department stores.

Starting from electronic goods, souvenir, clothing, bags, to halal food can be found at MBK Center. For those who want to enjoy a favorite menu can choose the restaurant you like.


  1. BTS Skytrain Bangkok Thailand

BTS Skytrain Bangkok Thailand (Flickr)
BTS Skytrain Bangkok Thailand (Flickr)

When you are in Bangkok, be advised to use the BTS Skytrain transportation. This transport is a fast transit that floats at a maximum speed of 80 km/h. There are as many as about 32 BTS train stations scattered in Bangkok.

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  1. Wat Saket (Phukhao Thong) Bangkok Thailand


Wat Saket, known as the Golden Mount, is a famous Buddhist temple in Bangkok. The uniqueness of this tourist attraction is that there is a beautiful golden dome. In addition, visitors can enjoy the view of the city of Bangkok from high altitude.

However, to reach Wat Saket you have to climb up to 344 steps to get to the top.


  1. Central World Bangkok Thailand

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Central World Bangkok Thailand (

Central World is a shopping plaza complex that is in Bangkok and becomes the eleventh largest in the world. The shopping complex includes an office and a very luxurious hotel. For those who want to shop for middle class branded goods can choose this tourist spot.

Oengunjung can find famous fashion items such as Nike, Under Armour, Uniqlo, and many more. Then the tourists can also enjoy local food, various fruits and fresh vegetables.


  1. Pratunam Market Bangkok Thailand

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Pratunam Market Bangkok Thailand (

For those of you who want to shop for clothes shopping, Pratunam Market can be the best tourist destination for you. Pratunam Market is the main market of Bangkok and the largest clothing market in Thailand is super cheap.

In addition to shopping clothes, it turns out that you can hunt various kinds of souvenir, bags, shoes, accessories, and fashion items with cheap. Visitors can also enjoy the variety of food in this famous market area.


  1. Wat Phra Chetuphon (Wat Pho) Bangkok Thailand

Wat Phra Chetuphon (Wat Pho) Bangkok Thailand (TripAdvisor)
Wat Phra Chetuphon (Wat Pho) Bangkok Thailand (TripAdvisor)

Wat Pho is a Buddhist temple in Rattanakosin district, adjacent to the King’s Palace. Visitors can find many beautiful statues and artifacts. The uniqueness of this tourist attraction is that there is a giant gold-colored Buddha statue that is leaning 46 m long and 15 m tall.

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  1. Sea Life Bangkok Ocean World Bangkok Thailand

Sea Life Bangkok Ocean World Bangkok Thailand (KKday)
Sea Life Bangkok Ocean World Bangkok Thailand (KKday)

For those of you who want to enjoy the holidays with the kids to enjoy the sea animals then Sea Life Bangkok Ocean World can be a very precise tourist destination. Sea Life Bangkok Ocean World is one of the largest aquariums in southeast Asia covering an area of 10,000 square meters.

This aquarium is home to hundreds of different species of animals that are amazing to behold. Sea Life Bangkok Ocean World is located inside Siam Paragon Mall and located in the luxury basement mall. This aquarium has a collection such as penguins, sharks, turtles, sea horses, and other types of fish that are very charming.

This tourist attraction is very easy to reach using public transportation. Sea Life Bangkok is open every day at 10.00 – 21.00. After, a vacation to this place don’t forget to visit Madame Tussauds.


  1. Victory Monument Bangkok Thailand

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Victory Monument Bangkok Thailand (bangkok)

Victory Monument is a monument in the middle of Bangkok city with charming architecture. This monument was established as a commemoration of the victory of Thailand from France. This Spot is suitable for taking pictures and capturing the precious moments of holidays together with friends and family.

Around this area, tourists can also shop or buy drinks during the day to reduce the weather. In addition, the monument can be seen from the BTS Skytrain which runs through the area’s roundabout.


  1. Erawan Shrine Bangkok Thailand

Erawan Shrine Bangkok Thailand (iTravel Channel)
Erawan Shrine Bangkok Thailand (iTravel Channel)

The Erawan Shrine is a famous temple with a statue of Phra Phrom (Thai representative of Brahma, the Hindu god of Creation). The temple is famous for being a four face Buddhist temple (Four Face Buddha) and many tourists pray here for a desire.
To reach the location of this temple can easily be reached by walking, because the location is around Central World Mall and intersection of Siam Road.


21. Bangkok National Museum Bangkok Thailand

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Bangkok National Museum Bangkok Thailand (Thailand Explored)

Bangkok National Museum is a museum that showcases Thai history and stunning Thai art. This famous Museum and ample area is in the former Uparat Palace, on Na Phra That 4 Street, the Bangkok.Museum national of Bangkok is largely a very interesting artifact and sculpture.
The uniqueness of this museum collection is that there is a large hall room that collects Buddhist artifacts in various forms, poses, and forms. In addition, there is a collection of relics of the kingdom ranging from the instruments of war, clothing, and royal vehicles at that time.

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22. Bangkok Art and Culture Centre Bangkok Thailand

Bangkok Art and Culture Centre Bangkok Thailand (Bowdy Wanders)
Bangkok Art and Culture Centre Bangkok Thailand (Bowdy Wanders)

The Bangkok Art and Culture Centre, or often known as BACC, is a centre of contemporary art spanning a very exotic art, theater, music, design and culture. This art centre, which opened on July 2008, has art galleries, handicraft shops, bookstores, libraries and cafés.
In this tourist attraction, many art collections from around the world from paintings to film exhibitions. In addition, BACC is often used for a variety of performances and famous art events.


23. Dream World Bangkok Thailand

Dream World Bangkok Thailand (
Dream World Bangkok Thailand (

For you tourists who vacation together with family and children, then Dream World Bangkok can be the best option. The playground is a lot of games and rides that need to be tried.
Dream World games and rides include electromechanically coasters, hurricanes, go karts, tornadoes, and there are also cable cars. In addition, for adults you can try your adrenaline-pumping extreme game.
This water destination is open every day and of course the visitors can enjoy the show of fun animals. There are a lot of best spots to get instagrammable photos in this tourist attraction.


24. Ratchada Rot Fai Train Night Market Bangkok Thailand

Ratchada Rot Fai Train Night Market Bangkok Thailand (Expique)
Ratchada Rot Fai Train Night Market Bangkok Thailand (Expique)

Ratchada Rot Fai Train Night Market is one of the favorite night tour destinations that must be visited when traveling to Bangkok. The night market is behind the bustling Esplanade Mall and the crowd will go. Tourists can hunt a variety of snacks, heavy meals, seafood, fresh drinks to the best dessert dishes.
In addition, tourists can find and buy clothes from clothing stores that are very much, especially for you fans of fashion goods.


25. Siam Park City Bangkok Thailand

Siam Park City Bangkok Thailand (Online-Pattaya)
Siam Park City Bangkok Thailand (Online-Pattaya)

Siam Park City is a world-class water and entertainment park in the Khan Na Yao District of Bangkok. The amusement park with an area of about 120 hectares has been opened since November 1980.
In this park, visitors can play and have fun in the water rides, especially for children. This water park has a large pond area, artificial waves, many green plants, fish, and poultry are cute. In addition, the tourists and the kids can enjoy a great meal with delicious dishes according to their wishes.

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  1. Lumphini Park Bangkok Thailand


Lumphini Park, or known as Lumpini Park, is a favorite park tourist destination in Bangkok. The beautiful 57 hectares Park offers a public outdoor space containing playgrounds, trees, artificial lakes, and much more.

Visitors can do various activities such as jogging, sports, cycling, ngegym, or just seeing the scenery in the area. Alternatively, you can rent a mini-boat to explore the vast lake.


  1. Yaowarat Road Bangkok Thailand

Yaowarat Road Bangkok Thailand (Pinterst)
Yaowarat Road Bangkok Thailand (Pinterst)

Yaowarat Road is a modern Chinatown area in the Samphanthawong district, and its territory is near the Chao Phraya River in the south. The street has been a major hub of Chinese community trade since 200 years ago.

Interestingly, at night Yaowarat Road is famous for its delicious street food for tourists to enjoy a holiday to Bangkok. In addition, visitors can find cheap and delicious Chinese restaurants, as well as a variety of fresh fruits.

Tourists can also buy cheap clothes and various kinds of souvenirs that are interesting as a souvenir. That’s the information on the list of 27 of Bangkok’s best and most famous sights you should visit on vacation to Thailand.


  1. Chinatown (Yaowarat) Bangkok Thailand


Chinatown is usually in many major cities in the world, with the exception of the capital city of Thailand, Bangkok. Chinatown in Bangkok is very interesting to visit, because there are also some important temples, one of which Wat Traimit is at the end of Yao Warat Street. In this shrine there is a 5 meter high Sukhothai Buddha statue made of pure gold weighing about 5 tons!

During the day, the activities in Chinatown between Yaowarat Road and Charoen Krung are very busy. Jejeran shop that sells Chinese herbal and medicinal products, gold shops, fabrics, toys and Hawker meets the region. But at dusk it starts to fall and the shops start to close, Bangkok’s Chinatown area as exchanging clothes. In front of the closed shop lineup the food vendors started to install tents, and were ready to juggle the area into one of the city’s culinary attractions. Culinary hunters, both tourists and locals start to form queues to taste the delights of Bangkok’s street food mainstay.

How to Bangkok’s Chinatown by public transportation:

  • Take MRT to Hua Lamphong station, go on tuk Tuk or walk about 15 minutes to Thanon Yaowarat (Yaowarat Road)
  • Take the Chao Phraya Express Boat, get off at the Pier/Pier Ratchawong (N5), walk along Ratchawong Road to Chinatown.

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  1. Damnoen Saduak Floating Market Bangkok Thailand

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Damnoen Saduak Floating Market Bangkok Thailand (

Are you a hobby of shopping with unique atmosphere? Damnoen Saduak Floating Market can be included in your list. One of the floating markets in Thailand, especially Bangkok brings you closer to the surrounding community. With the transaction done on a simple boat, you can feel the hustle and bustle of this market in the morning, while greeting the merchants and other buyers. Do not hesitate to bargain the goods that are sold because the traders are very interactive with tourists.

Traders peddle their wares neatly on a traditional boat run with a paddle (human power). Wake up early and prepare to tour the Damnoen Saduak Floating Market as your ultimate destination. The recommended time to visit this market is between 08:00 – 11:00. Besides the goods you are looking for is still a lot and complete, you also will not feel the heat too. Be careful if you bring valuable items, because this market activity is quite high with a merchant boat and buyers who are downstream.

In addition to fruits, vegetables, and accessories, the market also offers Thai food that can be directly tasted on the boat. Not infrequently, traders who will approach you and the group who ride a long tail boat. In addition, there is also Cococnut Sugar Farm, the center of coconut sugar-pumping with a welcome drink in the form of ice Nira. Nevertheless, stay alert to fraudulent persons who are cheating on a higher price than they should. The selling price at Damnoen Saduak Floating Market is around 40THB – 100THB. If you are a Muslim, be sure to purchase the food you are buying first. Another advantage of traders here is that they are able to balance the boat, even in circumstances serving the buyer though. Make sure you are wasting your water first before exploring this market because the boat takes you from 1 to 1.5 hours.

How to the Damnoen Saduak Floating Market

Despite the many traditional floating markets in Thailand, the Damnoen Saduak Floating Market remains the primadona of tourists visiting Thailand. Aside from being in a strategic area of Bangkok, the Damnoen Saduak Floating Market is the oldest floating market with an instagrammable background. There are several transportation options if you do not join a group tour.

  1. Bus.You can use this public transportation by departing from Bangkok Southern Bus Terminal or Sai Tai Mai Bus Terminal in Thai. The bus departure is scheduled 40 minutes once, and most mornings depart at 06:00 local time. Choose Bus number 78 with the destination Damnoen Saduak Floating Market. From the passenger drop-off place, you still have to walk approximately 1 km to get to the market. Even when you reach the market area, you have to hire a traditional boat to explore this market. For information, the trip from Bangkok to Damnoen Saduak Floating Market takes 2 hours, plus Bangkok city congestion. Therefore, it is highly recommened to depart early in the morning at this market.
  2. Taxi. If you do not want to bother waiting for the bus, you can use the taxi service available in Bangkok. You’ll also need to be wary of a naughty person who tells you to take a souvenir. Therefore, before departing, make sure you have told it to go straight to Damnoen Saduak Floating Market.

30.Maeklong Railway Market Bangkok Thailand

Maeklong Railway Market Bangkok Thailand (Wander In Two-Travel Blog)
Maeklong Railway Market Bangkok Thailand (Wander In Two-Travel Blog)

A glimpse of nothing special with this market, just like the traditional market in general. But if you are more observant, there is a rail track that divides this market. Yes, Maeklong Railway Market is standing on the railroad. This non-permanent market will be able to lower their trading tent when the train passes by. The train will pass 7 times a day. This market is crowded in the morning, and there is no grouping based on the type of trade (mixed between vegetable traders, food, and clothing).

  1. Amphawa Floating Night Market

Amphawa Floating Night Market (TripCanvas Thailand)
Amphawa Floating Night Market (TripCanvas Thailand)

If the Damnoen Saduak Floating Market is crowded in the morning morning, the floating market is just crowded in the evening. This market is only operating at 4 pm, and only open Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays. For the goods that are sold equal to the Damnoen Saduak Floating Market, but the difference between merchants here just pulled over the side of the river and active buyers come to them. There are also many permanent shops but the shape is still traditional along the Amphawa Floating Night Market.

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33 Interesting Tourist Spots In Hong Kong That You Should Visit

33 Interesting Tourist Spots In Hong Kong That You Should Visit

Hong Kong Tourist. Hong Kong, officially Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, is a city located in southeastern China at the Pearl River Estuari and the South China Sea. Hong Kong is known for its expansive development, a natural deep-sea port, and a very high population density (about 7 million on a land area of 1104 km2 (426 sq mi). The current population of Hong Kong is 93.6% ethnic Chinese. Most of the Cantonese-speaking Hong Kong people come from Guangdong province, where people with escaping skills when the Communist government controls China in 1949.

Tourism Hong Kong 2019 (The Happy Trip)
Tourism Hong Kong 2019 (The Happy Trip)

Following the defeat of China in the first Opium War (1839 – 42) of the British Empire, Hong Kong became a British colony with the defeat of the Hong Kong Island, followed by the Kowloon Peninsula in 1860 and a 99 year-old New Territories rental in 1898. After being occupied by the Japanese during World War II (1941 – 45), Britain again controlled Hong Kong until 30 June 1997. As a result of negotiations between China and the United Kingdom, Hong Kong was handed over to the People’s Republic of China through a Sino-English declaratory with the year 1984. The city became the first special Administrative region in China through the principle of “one country, two systems”.

In the late 1970 ‘s, Hong Kong grew into the main trading hub and financial hub of the world, and is regarded as one of the global cities. The city finished fifth in the Global City index from 2014 after New York City, London, Tokyo and Paris. The city has a high income per capita and severe economic inequality. The city also has a high human development index. [28] Hong Kong is the third most important financial centre after New York and London. Service-based economics, characterized by low taxes and free trade, and the currency of the country (Hong Kong dollar) is the eighth most traded currency in World.

Land constraints make it a solid infrastructure with modern architecture, making Hong Kong the world’s most vertical city. Hong Kong has excellent public transport links, and 90% of the population use mass transportation, with both Hong Kong trains and buses bearing the title as a megapolis and social status symbol in Asia. Rapid growth makes this area always progressing over time.

Now Hong Kong bears the predicate as a megapolis and social status symbol in Asia. Rapid growth makes this area always progressing over time. No wonder, if Hong Kong is one of the favorite tourist destinations for foreign tourists to visit.

Hongkong Tourist
Hongkong Tourist

There are 33 attractions in Hong Kong that are interesting for you to visit:

  • Avenue of Stars, Hong Kong
  • Buddha Tian Tan Hong Kong
  • Golden Bauhinia Square Hong Kong
  • Victoria Harbour Hong Kong V
  • ictoria Peak Hong Kong
  • Peak Tram Hong Kong
  • Museum Madame Tussaud Hong Kong
  • Sky100 Hong Kong
  • Avenue of Stars Hong Kong
  • A Symphony of Lights
  • Promenade Tsim Sha Tsui Hong Kong
  • Causeway Bay Hong Kong
  • Tsing Ma Bridge Hong Kong
  • Lan Kwai Fong Hong Kong
  • Repulse Bay Hong Kong
  • Kowloon Walled City Park Hong Kong
  • Jumbo Kingdom Hong Kong
  • Ladies Market Hong Kong
  • Disneyland Hong Kong
  • Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery Hong Kong
  • Ocean Park Hong Kong
  • Tian Tan Buddha Statue Hong Kong
  • Po Lin Monastery Hong Kong
  • Ngong Ping 360 Hong Kong
  • Tai O Hong Kong
  • Sunset Peak Hong Kong
  • Hong Kong Railway Museum
  • 1881 Heritage Hong Kong
  • Clock Tower Hong Kong
  • Stanley Market Hong Kong
  • Hong Kong Park
  • Chungking Mansions Hong Kong


  1. Avenue of Stars, Hong Kong

Avenue of Stars Hong Kong (Youtube)
Avenue of Stars Hong Kong (Youtube)

Avenue of Stars, taking the example of the Hollywood Walk of Fame, is located along Victoria Harbor Street in Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong. This is a tribute given to the world of the Hong Kong film industry.

In 1982, the New World Group Group built a promenade along the seafront around the New World Centre in Tsim Sha Tsui East, Kowloon, Hong Kong. In 2003, they announced that it would spend about HK $40 million to build the “Avenue of Stars”, a project backed by the Hong Kong Tourism Board, the Tourism Commission, the Leisure and Cultural Services Department of the Hong government Kong and Hong Kong Film Awards Association.

It was opened to the public on 28 April 2004 with the opening ceremony held one day earlier, 27 April. The ceremony was attended by government figures and industry circles including Henry Tang (Financial Secretary), Stephen Ip (Secretary for Economic Development and Labour), Patrick Ho (Secretary of Home Affairs), Selina Chow (Chair of Hong Kong Tourism Board), Manfred Wong (Director/Actor), and Cheng Yu Tung (Chairman of the New World Group); Who funded this place from their own budget, the hereafter returned to the government of Hong Kong SAR as a public property.

At the time of opening, the area has been completed with about 73 handprints/feet from the selected of the scholars of the Hong Kong Film Awards Association and the readers of City Entertainment.

This area is located on the eastern part of the tourist attraction is very much at the end of the Sea bank Tsim Sha Tsui area. As well as other attractions are also added some interesting arenas for tourist including Museum of Art, Space Museum, Cultural Centre and Clock Tower.

Entering the arena from the direction of the Salisbury Garden, will meet directly with a replica statue as high as 4.5 meters, which is a clone of the award given to the visitors of the Hong Kong Film Awards. The 440-metre walk is also told about the journey of Hong Kong film history over the past hundred years, depicted in nine red pillars and the surrounding writings. In every single picture there is a plaque given to its commissioner. Some of them are accompanied by signatures and hand prints of celebrities in the sement, but generally only contain placards and names of the participants only.

The street provides an interesting view along Victoria Harbour. In fact the day, the place is very famous as a place to showcase the Symphony of Lights. It’s the best place to see the glamorous side of the artistry world in Hong Kong.

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  1. Tian Tan Buddha – Hong Kong Great Buddha

Tian Tan Buddha Statue Hong Kong (Life-108Jakarta)
Tian Tan Buddha Statue Hong Kong (Life-108Jakarta)

Tian Tan Buddha, also known as  “Great Buddha “, is a large bronze statue of Sakyamuni Buddha, which was completed in 1993, and is located at Ngong Ping, Lantau Island, Hong Kong. The statue is located near Po Lin Monastery and symbolizes the harmonious relationship between man and nature, society and religion. It is a major centre of Buddhism in Hong Kong, and is also a popular tourist attraction.

The statue is named Buddha Tian Tan because his foundation is a model of the Altar of Heaven from the Temple of Heaven in Beijing. One of the five major Buddhist statues in China, the statue sits on a lotus flower atop a three-platform altar. Surrounded by six smaller bronze statues known as the “offerings of the Six Gods” with poses offering flowers, incense, lanterns, ointments, fruit, and music to the Buddha. This symbolizes the six Paramita, which is the principality, morality, patience, spirit, meditation, and wisdom; The sublime qualities necessary to attain enlightenment.

The statue has a height of 34 metres (112 ft), weighing more than 250 tonnes of metric, and constructed from 202 pieces of bronze. In addition to the exterior components, there is a strong steel frame in it to support heavy loads. It is said that the figure can be seen from across the bay to as far as Macao on a clear day. Visitors must climb 268 steps to reach the Buddha, although the site also features a small winding road for vehicles to accommodate the disabled. Buddha’s right hand was raised symbolising the elimination of suffering, while his left hand was open in his lap in a gesture of familiosity. Its north-facing position is unique among other large Buddhist statues all facing south.


  1. Hong Kong Gold Bauhinia Field

Golden Bauhinia Square Hong Kong
Golden Bauhinia Square Hong Kong

The Golden Bauhinia Square is an open-air area in Wan Chai, Hong Kong. The pitch is named after the giant statue of the gold in the middle of the court. The field is located outside the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, where the Hong Kong handover ceremony and establishment of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region were held in July 1997. The flag ceremony is held every day at 8 a.m. This ceremony is considered a tourist attraction.

The statue in the form of gold-colored bauhinia is six meters tall. The main part consists of the Bauhinia on the base of the red granite poles above the pyramid. This statue is considered an important emblem for Hong Kong people after submission. On the second day of the Chinese New Year and National Day of the People’s Republic of China, the field is illuminated by a fireworks display. The Golden Bauhinia has also been dubbed the “Golden Pakcoy” by the locals.


  1. Hong Kong Victoria Harbour

Victoria Harbour Hong Kong
Victoria Harbour Hong Kong

Victoria Harbour is a natural natural harbor located between Hong Kong Island and Kowloon in Hong Kong. The deep, sheltered port waters and strategic location in the South China Sea are instrumental in the opening of Hong Kong as the British colony and subsequent developments as trading centres.

Throughout its history, the port has undergone many reclamation projects carried out on both beaches, many of which have caused controversy in recent years. Environmental concerns have been voiced regarding the impact of this expansion, in terms of water quality and the loss of natural habitat. It has also been suggested that the benefits of land reclamation may be somewhat rather than the impact of the port width decline, affecting the number of vessels passing through the port. Nevertheless, Victoria Harbor retains its leading role as a port for thousands of international ships annually.

Long known for its spectacular scenery, the harbour is a major tourist attraction for Hong Kong. Located in the middle of the crowded urban region of the region, it is the venue for annual fireworks performances and the Promenadis is a popular gathering place for tourists and residents alike.

History of Victoria Harbour and Hong Kong Island

The first reference to what is now called Victoria Harbour was found on the map of Zheng He’s voyage on the Chinese coast, dating back to 1425, appearing in Wubei Zhi (a treatise on Armament Technology), a 17th-century military book Comprehensive. While the port was mapped on a map later, the first map describing it in detail was the sea map of 1810 [1] which was made for the East India Company by Daniel Ross and Lieutenant Philip Maughan of the Bombay Marines

Some of the first recreational activities that took place at the port were water competitions such as swimming and water polo in the 1850 ‘s, carried out by Hong Kong’s first sports club members, the Victoria Recreation Club.


  1. Victoria Peak Hong Kong

Victoria Peak Hong Kong
Victoria Peak Hong Kong

The first and most compulsory tourist attraction in Hong Kong is the Victoria Peak. In this place, you will find the Peak Tower whose elevation reaches 396 meters above sea level (MDPL). There is also The Sky Terrace which gives a 360 degree view, so you can see the entire landscape of Hong Kong from the altitude.

The access to the tourist attractions is not very difficult. You can use the MTR service to Garden Road station and take the Peak Tram to Victoria Peak. Besides taking the Peak Tram, you can also go to Victoria Peak by taxi, private car, or on foot via Old Peak Road.

To be able to see the amazing view on Sky Terrace which is at an altitude of 428 masl certainly not free. The entrance to the Sky Terrace can be purchased by purchasing the Peak Tram Sky Pass which is pegged by HK $75 for one way and HK $88 for the round trip ticket.

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  1. Hong Kong Peak Tram

Peak Tram Hong Kong
Peak Tram Hong Kong

Indeed, the Peak Tram is a transportation to Victoria Peak. However, the Peak Tram is also a popular tourist activity that many tourists choose. The Peak Tram is a historic transportation, which has been around since 1888, and is the first cable car in the Asian continent.

The Peak Tram operates from 07.00 to midnight with the duration of the departure every 15 minutes. This attraction is the entrance to various places on Victoria Peak. From the Sky Terrace, Madame Tussauds Museum, or The Peak Galleria are popular shopping spots among the world’s celebrities.

The ticket prices are varied, at least HK $32 for one way and HK $45 for roundtrip tickets. There is a considerable difference compared to the ticket which is accompanied by access to the Sky Terrace. There is also a combo ticket with access to Madame Tussaud Museum at HK $249.


  1. Hong Kong Madame Tussaud Museum

Museum Madame Tussaud Hong Kong
Madame Tussaud Museum Hong Kong

Madame Tussauds Hong Kong, which is part of the famous Wax museum chain formed by Marie Tussaud of France, is located at the Peak Tower in Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong. The museum is the first Madame Tussauds Museum in Asia, the second being in Shanghai, which opened in 2006 and the third branch in Singapore which opened in 2014. Hong Kong branches store about 100 wax statues from internationally famous figures, with Asian figures covering more than a third, sixteen of which are Hong Kong people. The wax statues are featured in a series of themed settings such as Hong Kong Glamour, Music Icons, Historical and National Heroes, The Champions and World Premiere.

At the end of the 1990s, Madame Tussauds had outlets that spread throughout the world in major cities such as London, Amsterdam and Las Vegas, but none were in the Asia-Pacific region. When “Madame Tussaud’s Touring Attraction” was run in the Asian cities of Singapore and Australia, which gained high fame, the Tussauds Group decided to open a permanent outlet in Asia to fulfill such an offer, and Hong Kong was selected To enter Asian markets.

Madame Tussauds Hong Kong opened at The Peak in 2000, and featured approximately 100 wax statues of internationally renowned figures and local celebrities until now – with Asian figures covering more than a few, of which six are Hong Kong people. Celebrities and Asian stars are often made up of their similar wax statues at the request of their fans. On September 2005, the site began its renovation with the effort of delivering an interactive and immersive entertainment experience to its visitors. It reopened for HK $20 million (US $2.6 million) on 18 May 2006, plus a 700-square-metre (7500 sq ft) exhibition space on three floors and five themes. Visitors to explore his views, stopping to take pictures with ‘ stars ‘ in a series of themed settings that include Hong Kong Glamour, Music Icons, Historical and National Heroes, The Champions and World Premiere.

In 2008, the museum was headed by Bret Pidgeon, who is currently general manager of Madame Tussauds Hong Kong and Shanghai. He has worked for eight years for Madame Tussauds in New York before. The Museum is accessible from the Central by minibus, taxi or the Peak Tram and is open all year round from 10:00 to twenty 22:00 daily. The admission fee is HK $140 (US $18) for adults and HK $70 for children between the ages of 3 to 11 years old.


  1. Sky100 Hong Kong

Sky100 Hong Kong
Sky100 Hong Kong

Victoria Peak is not the only tourist spot in Hong Kong to witness the beauty of Hong Kong city from a height with a 360 degree view. You can also feel a similar experience at Sky100 located on floors 100 of the International Commerce Centre (ICC), West Kowloon. You can enjoy sweeping views of the Kowloon Peninsula. Complete with Tai Mo Shan as the backdrop.

It is open every day, except Sundays, with a ticket price of HK $168. Here’s the opening hours of Sky100:

  • Monday – Thursday: 10.00 – 21.00
  • Friday: 10.00-22.00
  • Saturday: 10.00-23.30
  1. Avenue of Stars Hong Kong

In the Victoria Harbour district you will find Avenue of Stars. This tourist spot is designed similar to the Hollywood Walk of Fame as a form of homage to celebrities in the Hong Kong film industry. This Avenue of Stars location is located in the Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade area.

The existence of the 2.5-metre bronze statue of Bruce Lee is characteristic of the Avenue of Stars. The statue was built in 2005 and becomes a favorite location for tourists visiting this tourist attraction. There are also signature prints and names of the other Hong Kong celebrities.


  1. A Symphony of Lights Hong Kong

A Symphony of Lights (GetYouGuide)
A Symphony of Lights (GetYouGuide)

Located in Hong Kong’s Victoria Harbour, you also shouldn’t Miss A Symphony of Lights show. The show is the world’s largest light and music show recorded by Guinness World Records. The show is performed by utilizing the light of skyscrapers and you can watch it for free, starting at 20.00 to 20.14 local time.

There are several places you can choose to watch this free show. Among them are Avenue of Stars, promenade around the Golden Bauhinia Square, or aboard a ferry.

In this show, the narrative is sung in 3 different languages, depending on what day. On Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, the narrative is sung in English. While on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays use Mandarin. On Sundays, use Cantonese.

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  1. Tsim Sha Tsui Hong Kong Promenade

Promenade Tsim Sha Tsui Hong Kong (
Promenade Tsim Sha Tsui Hong Kong (

The Promenade is not only an interesting location to see A Symphony of Lights show. In this place, you can also enjoy a thorough view of Hong Kong’s tall buildings. Not surprisingly, the Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade is a tourist attraction that is constantly flooded with tourists.

The Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade is also a fun place for shoppers. Here, you’ll find a row of classy shops that sell a variety of high-quality products. The location that is easily reached using MTR or public bus is also another factor that makes this place crowded visitors.


  1. Causeway Bay Hong Kong


The paradise of shopping lovers is Causeway Bay. In this Wanchai district, you’ll find a myriad of shopping venues. Starting from roadside stores, malls, boutiques, to various types of shopping centers.

You can also find products at varying prices here. For fashion products at an expensive price, you can find them at Hysan Palace, Times Square, or Fashion Walk. For products with lower price, just come to SOGO Departement Store. In addition, there is also Jardine’s Crescent, a shopping place that allows you to bid the price directly.


  1. Hong Kong Tsing Ma Bridge

Tsing Ma Bridge Hong Kong (
Tsing Ma Bridge Hong Kong (

Located in Hong Kong, you should also not miss the Tsing Ma Bridge which is one of the longest suspension bridges in the world. The bridge, which was inaugurated in 1997, is 1,377 meters long with 41 meters in width. Interestingly, this bridge can not only be traversed by cars, but also by MTR trains.

For the convenience of many tourists visiting this place, there is an information board that can be found around the bridge. In particular, the view of Tsing Ma Bridge looks awesome at night. Light glittering lights will further show the grandeur and beauty of this bridge.


  1. Lan Kwai Fong Hong Kong

Lan Kwai Fong Hong Kong (Discovery Hong Kong)
Lan Kwai Fong Hong Kong (Discovery Hong Kong)

For you young people who love to party, Lan Kwai Fong is not to be missed. Lan Kwai Fong is an L-shaped street famous for expatriates gathering in Hong Kong. In this place, you will find a row of bars, clubs, cafés, and many other types of entertainment venues.

The transportation access to this place is not that difficult, especially since Lan Kwai Fong is located in Central District. Some types of transportation that you can use to reach this tourist attraction include MTR and public buses. There is even a transportation service that connects this place with the airport.


  1. Repulse Bay Hong Kong

Repulse Bay Hong Kong (Engel & Volkers)
Repulse Bay Hong Kong (Engel & Volkers)

Repulse Bay is the next tourist attraction to offer breathtaking views of the southern Hong Kong region. This beach is known as an exclusive residential area with land prices reaching millions of thousands of dollars per square metre. The Blue sea view with white sand provides comfort and tranquility.

You can enjoy the view at Repulse Bay at any time. During the day, the atmosphere is quite warm, with temperatures reaching 26 degrees Celsius. Meanwhile, at night the view of Repulse Bay is no less beautiful. You will be able to witness the beautiful scenery of the city lights reflected in sea level.

The access to this place is also not very difficult. There is a wide selection of public buses to be used. From Bus 6, 6X, 6A, 260, to bus 66 you can meet at Exchange Square bus terminal. The bus driver usually understands the intent of tourists who want to visit this beach.

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  1. Kowloon Walled City Park Hong Kong

Kowloon Walled City Park Hong Kong (Visit Our China)
Kowloon Walled City Park Hong Kong (Visit Our China)

The next tourist spot is Kowloon Walled City Park, which is a historic park in Hong Kong. This area was formerly known as the House of criminals. However, it ended in 1987.

In the 1980s, the Hong Kong government destroyed Kowloon Walled City. However, there are several buildings that are preserved and are now part of the Kowloon Walled City Park.

The Kowloon Walled City Park is designed in a Qing dynasty style and is divided into eight areas. Each area also has its own uniqueness. Among them is Yamen, which is the only surviving old Qing dynasty building. There is also the Old South Gate which is a legacy of Kowloon Walled City, and Chess Garden with four giant chess boards.


  1. Jumbo Kingdom Hong Kong

Jumbo Kingdom Hong Kong (South China Morning Post)
Jumbo Kingdom Hong Kong (South China Morning Post)

Located in the area of Aberdeen, Hong Kong, Jumbo Kingdom is an interesting culinary spot. Here you will find the Jumbo Floating Restaurant and Tai Pak Floating Restaurant. Besides being able to enjoy good culinary offerings, the sensation of eating in this place is also different, because it is done on a large ship.

Jumbo Kingdom is known as a popular tourist attraction in Hong Kong. Recorded more than 30 million visitors have come to this place. These include the world’s celebrities such as Queen Elizabeth II, Tom Cruise, Chow Yun Fat, Stephen Chow, and David Bowie.

To reach this place, you must first go to Aberdeen Promenade or Sham Wan Harbor. In both venues, there is a free introductory boat service that will take you to the Jumbo Kingdom.


  1. Ladies Market Hong Kong

Ladies Market Hong Kong (HIS Travel)
Ladies Market Hong Kong (HIS Travel)

Located in the Mong Kok area known as the world’s most populous environment, Ladies Market is a must-see tourist spot in Hong Kong. As the name suggests, Ladies Market is a roadside market that sells a variety of women’s needs. Usually the goods here are sold at a cheap price.

Besides the Ladies Market, there are also other roadside markets that are interesting to visit while in Mong Kok. Among them is the Flower Market that will be crowded with every Lunar New Year celebration or Temple Street Night Market which become another popular night market in Hong Kong. In addition to shopping, you can also watch roadside performances at Temple Street Night Market.

You also do not have to bother if you want to this place. You can take MTR from several stops. Among them are Mong Kok Station, Mong Kok East Station, and Yau Ma Tei Station. Alternatively, you can use a variety of public buses to get here.


  1. Disneyland Hong Kong

Disneyland Hong Kong (TripZilla)
Disneyland Hong Kong (TripZilla)

Vacation with your family, you should not Miss Hong Kong Disneyland visit. This one of Hong Kong tourist attractions is known as one of the most popular amusement parks in the world. In the year 2013, it recorded as many as 7.4 million visitors have come to this place. With an area of 27.5 hectares, Disneyland Hong Kong can accommodate as many as 7.92 to 8.92 million visitors per year.

Various rides can also be found in this place. From Toy Story Land, Adventureland, Main Street, U.S.A., and more. Disneyland Hong Kong also plans to make additions to the play area. Among them are the Frozen Land taken from the Frozen movie theme, as well as the Marvel Area which is a place for visitors to experience the excitement of the film Iron Man.

The transportation access to this tourist spot is quite easy. The easiest way is to take the MTR via the Disneyland Resort Line. On this track, you can ride an MTR car that runs automatically without a machinist. You can also use public buses that serve trips to Disneyland Hong Kong.

To enter Disneyland, you need to pay HK $589 for adults, HK $419 for children, and HK $100 for elderly.

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  1. Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery Hong Kong

Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery Hong Kong (Flickr)
Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery Hong Kong (Flickr)

Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery is the next tourist attraction in Hong Kong that you must visit. This tourist spot is located in Pai Tau Village, Sha Tin. In this place, you will find a complex of Buddhist temples that have as many as 12,800 Buddhist statues in various postures.

In the complex, you will find five temples, four pavilions, and one pagoda. To get to the top of the Then Thousand Buddhas Monastery, you have to climb 430 steps. Well, arriving at the summit, you have the opportunity to the highest floor of the pagoda.

You can go to Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery by taking the MTR East Railine to Sha Tin station. If you travel from Tsim Sha Tsui, it only takes about 9 minutes to reach HK $9. From the station, you can continue the journey by taking a taxi to the temple site.

Arriving at the temple, you don’t have to worry about admission. Every visitor is free to come to this place as they wish, free alias. The shrine is open daily, starting from 9.00 to 17.00.


  1. Ocean Park Hong Kong

Ocean Park Hong Kong (Okezone Lifestyle)
Ocean Park Hong Kong (Okezone Lifestyle)

In addition to Disneyland, you can also spend a family holiday in Hong Kong’s Ocean Park. This one tourist attraction has been present in Hong Kong since the year 1977. However, at this time its popularity has faded, losing compared to Hong Kong Disneyland. Nevertheless, this amusement park located in the Southern District is still interesting to visit.

In this place, you can enjoy various types of rides. These include The Dragon, known as the largest roller coaster in Hong Kong, with a line length of 842 meters. In addition, you also have the opportunity to see the attractions of various types of marine mammals in this place.

Transportation access is also easy. You can use the MTR South Island Line service and get off at Ocean Park Station. Another option, you can also use the Citybus Ocean Park Express that departs from the Central Star Ferry Pier to Ocean Park. Lastly, you can also use a private vehicle or taxi.

To enter and enjoy the various amusement rides here, guests are required to pay a ticket of HK $385 for adults and HK $193 for children. On weekdays, Monday-Friday, the venue is open from 10.00 to 18.00 hrs. While on weekends and holidays, Ocean Park can be visited from 10.00 to 19.00 hrs.


  1. Hong Kong Buddhist Tian Tan Statue

Buddha Tian Tan Hong Kong (Steemit)
Buddha Tian Tan Hong Kong (Steemit)

Hong Kong’s next most popular attraction is the Tian Tan Buddha, also known as the Great Buddha statue. This giant bronze statue reaches 34 meters high and weighs 250 tons.

This statue is located in the hilly area of Ngong Ping, Lantau. The visitors must first climb the 268 steps to see this gigantic statue closer. Arriving at the top of the hill, you’ll also find six other small bronze statues around the big Buddha — called The Offering of Six Devas.

You will not be charged the admission fee when visiting Tian Tan Buddha. However, tourists who want to enter the room under the statue will be charged an admission ticket for HK $60.

While visiting the Tian Tan Buddha statue, you also have the chance to visit two other attractions that are not less popular. The two sites are Po Lin Monastery which is still one complex with Tian Tan Buddha statue, and Ngong Ping 360 which is approximately 400 meters.


  1. Po Lin Monastery Hong Kong

Po Lin Monastery Hong Kong (
Po Lin Monastery Hong Kong (

Still in the Ngong Ping area, you can also see the Po Lin Monastery, a temple complex built in 1906. It is said that the Po Lin Monastery is one of the oldest Buddhist temples in the entire Hong Kong. Here, there are three Buddha statues that characterize the Po Lin Monastery. The three statues represent the life of Buddhism in the past, present, and future.

In addition, you will also find the magnificent gate of the Po Lin Monastery. In addition, there is also a new building called The Grand Hall of Ten Thousand Buddha, which stands on a land area of 6,000 square meters. In this place, Adan will find 10 thousand Buddha statues and other historical objects.

Transportation to Po Lin Monastery and Tian Tan Buddha statue can be done in various ways. First, you can take the Ngong Ping 360 gondola. In the other option, you can take the MTR and get off at Tung Chung Station and then continue on the New Lantau Bus from Tung Chung Town Centre. Lastly, you can also take a ferry from Central Pier to Mui Wo, then take the New Lantau Bus to Ngong Ping.


  1. Ngong Ping 360 Hong Kong

Ngong Ping 360 Hong Kong (Discovery Hong Kong)
Ngong Ping 360 Hong Kong (Discovery Hong Kong)

Ngong Ping 360 is a gondola train that becomes a means of transport to Ngong Ping on Lantau Island. The gondola train connects Lantau Island with Central Hong Kong. Ngong Ping 360 is also a major means of transport for tourists to the Po Lin Monastery and the great Buddha statue.

The Ngong Ping Gondola train ride 360 takes only 25 minutes. During the trip, you can enjoy the view of Lantau Island from altitude. The four-window existence of the gondola provides extensive visibility.

There are two cabin options that you can climb, the standard cab and the Crystal cabin. The difference is that the crystal cabin uses glass-made floors. That way, you can feel a different sensation, which is directly looking at the scenery under your feet.

The fares are different. If you choose a regular cabin, the ticket price is HK $150, while the Crystal Cabin is pegged at HK $235.  To get to Ngong Ping 360 station, you can use the MTR Tung Chung Line which connects Hong Kong Island with Tung Chung. The duration of travel is approximately 30 minutes. Alternatively, you can use a public bus or taxi.

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  1. Tai O Hong Kong

Tai O Hong Kong (Discovery Hong Kong)
Tai O Hong Kong (Discovery Hong Kong)

This one tourist spot often gets its nickname as Hong Kong’s Venice. Tai O, located in the western part of Lantau Island, is known as a fishing village. Here, you’ll find fishing houses built on a wooden milestone and between one house and another home interconnected.

Besides being able to witness the unique fisherman’s house, you can also see the historic buildings in Tai O. Among them are the Old Tai O Police Station which was built in 1902, Yeung Hau Temple which was established in 1699, and Tin Hau Temple, an old temple Founded in 1772.

The easiest way for tourists to reach Tai O is to take the MTR to Tung Chung Station and continue to ride the New Lantau Bus 11 to Tai O. Other options, you can also continue the journey from Tung Chung via Ngong Ping 360 and get to Ngong Ping Village. From Ngong Ping Village, take the New Lantau Bus 21 to Tai O.


  1. Silver Mine Bay Beach Hong Kong

Silver Mine Bay Beach Hong Kong
Silver Mine Bay Beach Hong Kong

When visiting the big Buddha, take your time to stop by the Silver Mine Bay Beach in Mui Wo, Lantau Island. This beach was once known as a gathering place for pirates. However, since the 1930s, Silver Mine Bay Beach’s condition changed drastically. The pirates are gone and the beach is transformed into a tourist attraction.

The atmosphere at Silver Mine Bay Beach is arguably quiet. With a wide stretch of sand, you will feel serenity and peace. Not far from the beach, you can also find a restaurant serving an international menu. In particular, you can enjoy noodles, seafood, and duck processed in this place.

To get to Silver Mine Bay Beach, you can take a ferry from Central Pier 6 to Mui Wo. The ferry ride takes between 35 and 50 minutes. Arriving at Mui Wo, you can walk along Ngan Shek Street to reach Tung Wan Tau Road to get to this beautiful beach.


  1. Sunset Peak Hong Kong

Sunset Peak Hong Kong (Pinterest)
Sunset Peak Hong Kong (Pinterest)

For those of you who like to adventure, Sunset Peak can be an interesting place. Sunset Peak is a hill with a height of 869 masl located on Lantau Island. From here, you can enjoy breathtaking sunset views.

To get to this place, take the ferry to Mui Wo and continue on 3M bus to Pak Kung Au. Then, you’ll continue your journey to Lantau Trail, which is the path to Sunset Peak.


  1. Hong Kong Railway Museum

Hong Kong Railway Museum (Brand Hong Kong)
Hong Kong Railway Museum (Brand Hong Kong)

The next choice of attractions is the Hong Kong Railway Museum which houses a home for an old locomotive that once operated in Hong Kong. The Museum has been around since 20 December 1986 and is located in the former place of the Old Tai Po Market Railway Station.

You also have the chance to see old cars and locomotives that are still well maintained here. Among them is the diesel locomotive EMD G12 which is the first electric diesel locomotive in Hong Kong. This Diesel has since 1955 and acquired the nickname of Sir Alexander — taken from the former Hong Kong governor Alexander Grantham.

The Museum located on On Fo Road, Tai Po is also not too difficult to access. You can use MTR and get off at Tai Po Market Station. Interestingly, you don’t have to pay for a free admission ticket to come to this historic museum. Cool, right?


29. 1881 Heritage Hong Kong

1881 Heritage Hong Kong (TripAdvisor)
1881 Heritage Hong Kong (TripAdvisor)

1881 Heritage is a historic tourist spot that used to serve as the central office of the Sea Police complex. Established in the year 1884, this old building is located in Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong. The 1881 Heritage Building complex is also known as one of the four oldest government-owned buildings that still stand firmly in Hong Kong.

Currently, 1881 Heritage has transformed its function into a historic tourist destination. In addition, in this place, tourists can also find shops selling world-branded fashion products. One place not to be missed at 1881 Heritage is Time Ball Tower.

Time Ball Tower played a very important role for the sailors of old. From 1885 to 1907, the Time Ball Tower was a guide for sailors in Victoria Harbour. In addition, there is also the Former Fire Station and Stable Blocks which is no less interesting.

You can obtain a free travel guide service provided by the 1881 Heritage manager. Interested in this tourist spot? Not hard Kok. You can take the MTR and get off at Tsim Sha Tsui Station and Continue walking to Salisbury Road, YMCA until it finally reached 1881 Heritage.

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  1. Clock Tower Hong Kong

Clock Tower Hong Kong (
Clock Tower Hong Kong (

In Indonesia there is Jam Gadang, then Hong Kong has a Clock Tower located in the southern part of Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon. The Clock Tower is the only remaining building of the Kowloon Station complex which dates back to 1915. Clock Tower is 44 meters high and is also a popular tourist destination and is a witness of the history of the arrival of millions of immigrants from mainland China.

There is a wooden staircase that has access to the visitors rising to the highest part of the Clock Tower. Just that, for now access the visitors are still closed because in the process of repair. In particular, you can witness the grandeur of this building at night, when it is hudided with the city lights.

To go here, you can take the MTR and get off at Tsim Sha Tsui Station. Then go on a walk to Salisbury Road and cross the subway line until it finally reached the Clock Tower area. The next option, you can take the Star Ferry from Central or Wan Chai. Once you get off at Tsim Sha Tsui Star Ferry Pier, you’ll just have to walk a few minutes.


  1. Stanley Market Hong Kong

Stanley Market Hong Kong (Visit Our China)
Stanley Market Hong Kong (Visit Our China)

The next Street Market choice in Hong Kong is Stanley Market which is located in Stanley New Street. You’ll find a wide range of items, from apparel, jewellery, accessories, souvenirs, and more. Not to be missed, you can also sample various kinds of culinary in this place.

To go to this place, you can take the MTR and get off at Causeway Bay Station. Then, you just walk to Jardine’s Bazaar and take the 40 mini bus. Alternatively, you can use bus 973 from Tsim Sha Tsui Canton Road.


  1. Hong Kong Park

Hong Kong Park (Discovery Hong Kong)
Hong Kong Park (Discovery Hong Kong)

If you want a cheap sightseeing spot in Hong Kong, one of the options is Hong Kong Park. Here, you can find beautiful garden with green environment. There is also a giant bird cage, Edward Youde Aviary, home to more than 80 species of birds from all corners of the world.

Access to this place is quite easy. You can take the tram and get off at the stop just 25 meters from the park.


  1. Chungking Mansions Hong Kong

Chungking Mansions Hong Kong (Hong Kong)
Chungking Mansions Hong Kong (Hong Kong)

Indeed, the Chungking Mansions is not a tourist attraction. However, the building which is located at 36 – 44 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui is a favorite backpacker’s place from all over the world. You can find cheap places to stay, restaurants, clothing stores here.

If you want to go here, you can take the MTR and get off at East Tsim Sha Tsui Station which is not far from Chungking Mansions. Alternatively, you can use the bus from the airport.

How? There are many interesting attractions in Hong Kong, right? Guaranteed, will not be bored to visit this country.




88 Beautiful Tourist Attractions in Kyoto

88 Beautiful Tourist Attractions in Kyoto

These are 88 Beautiful Tourist Attractions in Kyoto for 4 seasons that you must visit. Kyoto Prefecture is located in the center of western Honshu, Japan’s main island and is neighbored by Nara and Osaka Prefectures in the south, Mie and Shiga Prefectures in the east, Fukui Prefecture in the north, and Hyogo Prefecture in the west. Even with all these neighbors, Kyoto Prefecture’s northern border forms part of the Japan Sea coastline. Kyoto Prefecture with a population  of 2 ,600 ,000 people,  covers an area of approximately 4600 square kilometers from its core in the center of the Kinki District, and stretches northward to the Japan Sea

Tourist Attractions Worth Visiting In The Hot Spring Season In Kyoto
Tourist Attractions Worth Visiting In The Hot Spring Season In Kyoto


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Kyoto to visit kyoto tourism


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Kyoto Prefecture’s northern coastline, with its protruding cliffs, is called the Tango Region.  Central KyotoPrefecture is known as the Tamba Highlands because of its mountains and ravines. Further south the alluvial delta that fans out into rolling hills and valleys formed from the meeting of the Katsura,  Uji and Kizu Rivers is called the Yamashiro Region.

Kyoto tourist map kyoto sightseeing map
Kyoto tourist map kyoto sightseeing map


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Kyoto travel maps guide book kyoto walking tour free

The ancient city of Kyoto, a tourist mecca steeped in over a thousand years of history, lies in a valley protected by mountains. It can be reached in two and a half hours from Tokyo by the JR Tokaido Shinkansen (Japan Railways east-coast bullet train), or in approximately one hour by bus from Osaka International  Airport and also in approximately one and a quarter hours by JR Express Railway from Kansai International Airport.

Spring tour in Kyoto

Kiyomizu-dera Temple and cherry blossom season (Sakura) spring time in Kyoto
Kiyomizu-dera Temple and cherry blossom season (Sakura) spring time in Kyoto

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Spring  is the  most  beautiful  season of the  year. In Japan, spring  indicates  the beginning  of both the  academic and fiscal years. The blooming  of the  cherry blossoms inspire people to start the new year afresh.

These are 9 beautiful locations when cherry blossom hot spring in Kyoto:

  • Daigo-ji Temple Kyoto
  • Kiyomizu-deraTemple Kyoto
  • Yasaka-jinja Shrine Kyoto
  • Ryoan-ji Temple Kyoto
  • Kasagi-yama Mountain Kyoto
  • Nagaoka-tenmangu Shrine Kyoto
  • Heian Jingu Shrine Kyoto
  • Sakagura in Fushimi (Sake Cellar in Fushimi) Kyoto
  • Kyo-no-odori  (Kyoto Dance) Kyoto
Kyoto tourist attraction
Kyoto tourist attraction

Daigo-ji Temple Kyoto

Sitting at the foot of the mountain  range, Gojyu-no-co  or the five-storied pagoda is  the oldest building in Kyoto.   This is  a World Culrural Heritage Site which  is home as well co an abundance of national treasures and culrural properties.

Kiyomizu-deraTemple Kyoto

By  utilizing  the  peak  and  foot  of the Higashiyama mountains,  its narural  beauty is reflected in the temple.  le consists of the Nioumon Gate, three-storied pagoda, Amida• hall and the main hall.  15 stories high and built without use of any nails, a superb view of the City is possible  in the many halls at the temple’s top level,

Yasaka-jinja Shrine Kyoto

locaced at the ease end of Shijo-dori street is the red painted west gat_e of the Shrine.   The hose of the annual Gion festival, Yasaka Shrine  was ficsc built in order co expel the disease epidemics of the mid seventh century.  It is now praised as a charm, protecting people from illness and bringing business prosperity.

Ryoan-ji Temple Kyoto

The surrounding walls are made of day and enclose a simple scene of fifteen rocks siccing in a white-sand covered rectangular  garden. Containing  no trees or water,  chis World Cultural  Heritage Site creates a  feeling of unlimited space.

Kasagi-yama Mountain Kyoto

Since long ago chis area has served as a place for medication and Gyo (physical training) for the “Yamabushi”  shrine priests.   On the rocks of the 10  meter high cliff is  the carved stone Buddha scarue known  as Kokuzou  Bosacsu.

Nagaoka-tenmangu Shrine Kyoto

This shrine holds religious service for Michizane Sugawara,  the god of scholars. Blooming vividly in red, beautiful Azaiea planes line the path around the Hachijo-ike pond chat leads co the shrine.

Heian Jingu Shrine Kyoto

This Shrine was rebuilt in 1894  during  the 1100th anniversary of the 794 transferral  of Japan’s  capital to Heian (Kyoto), and foundarion  of Heiankyo  (Capital of Japan). The Daigoku-den Hall, with its white-sand garden and the Roukaku Tower, stand in symmetry with the central main tower.

Sakagura in Fushimi (Sake Cellar in Fushimi) Kyoto

Fushimi   is a region  well known for its sake brewing and for the Miya Spring Water, which is considered well suited for brewing sake.

Kyo-no-odori  (Kyoto Dance) Kyoto

A traditional art  form from Kyoto’s days as the capital.   Dressed in beauciful Kimono, geiko and maiko perform an amazing dance to the accompaniment  of shamisen,  drums  and singing.

Late Spring Early to Summer tour in Kyoto

Daigo-ji Temple and a Sakura Festival at Spring
Daigo-ji Temple and a Sakura Festival at Spring

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In  this season, trees and flowers are inspired to take on new life,  while  the mountains are veiled  with  lush  greenery.  Around  the  season when  rice growing  farmers have completed  their planting,  the long spell of rainy weather sets in.

These are 11 beautiful locations when Late Spring Early to Summer tour in Kyoto:

  • Ondasai Festival, Onagano YasakaJinja Shrine
  • Ginkaku-ji Temple (Silver Pavilion)
  • Aoi Matsuri (The Hollyhock Festival)
  • Mimuroto-ji Temple
  • Joshoko-ji Temple
  • Nobotoke-no-sato  (the hometown of unknown Buddha statues)
  • To-ji Temple
  • lwashimizu  Hachimangu Shrine
  • lne no Funaya Houses (lne Boat Houses)
  • Kuramadera Temple  Takekiri-e-shiki (Bamboo-cutting ritual)
  • Kannon-ji Temple


Cherry Blossom Season in Kyo-no-odori Kyoto
Cherry Blossom Season in Kyo-no-odori Kyoto

Ondasai Festival, Onagano YasakaJinja Shrine

Before time comes for the planting of rice in the fields, seedlings  are plan red  at the shrine in a ceremony to pray for a rich and successful harvest.

Ginkaku-ji Temple (Silver Pavilion)

Built in 1482 during the Muromachi period by the   8th Shogun Yoshimasa Ashikaga,Ginkakuji is a national and World Cultural Heritage Site. The  temple is a simple two storied pavilion, covered in a lacquer paint.

Aoi Matsuri (The Hollyhock Festival)

This festival  keeps alive the elegant  manners and cusroms of the ancient court of the Heian period. Ir is  named the Aoi Festival, as the Imperial ox-carts are decorated with hollyhock leaves called Aoi in Japanese.

Mimuroto-ji Temple

Ir  is  believed  that  Mimuroro-ji Temple was built in the 8th  century.  In the beautiful gardens, azaleas blossom in May and hydrangeas  in June. Also within the  temple grounds is  the  monument for the heroine, “Ukifune,” who is featured in one of the ten chapters of Uji in the Tale of Genji.

Joshoko-ji Temple

The nearby waterfall  and entire mountain  range is considered  to be part of the temple’s garden. Within  the immediate area of the temple is a nine• petaled merry tree, designated a natural monwnent.

Nobotoke-no-sato  (the hometown of unknown Buddha statues)

Stone scarues of Buddha are scattered around the furn lands and mountains in the area. Left exposed co the elements for many years, the famous  facial expressions were formed.   Pieces of note are the Wa.raibotoke (laughing Buddha) and the Arruda (savior).

To-ji Temple

Since the time of the transfer of the nation’s Capital to Kyoto in 794, To-ji has always received special protective treatment from respective political leaders.   The five-storied pagoda,  Gojyu-no-co  is  the highest in Japan and a World Culrural Heritage Site.

lwashimizu  Hachimangu Shrine

This shrine was rebuilt by the third Tokugawa Shogun Iernirsu in  1634.   The buildings are decorated entirely with ornate carvings.

lne no Funaya Houses (lne Boat Houses)

These are examples of houses rarely seen in Japan.  Lining the coast oflne Bay on the sea of Japan side they have a boathouse on the ground level and living area above.

Kuramadera Temple  Takekiri-e-shiki (Bamboo-cutting ritual)

In chis rite which aims to represent the coming year’s harvest,  two groups compete, with sharp blades to sever long bamboo  poles, which represent huge serpents.

Kannon-ji Temple

This temple built in 720 is also known as Ajisaidera (Hydrangea Tempie) due to the more than ten thousand hydrangea planes in its garden.

Summer Tour in Kyoto

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Kyoto daily tour kyoto tour from osaka

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When the  rainy  season  is over,  there  come  days  of abundant  sunshine,  with  high  humidity. There are  many  summer  events  and  festivals  including  fireworks and  cormorant fishing Bathing in the sea is also a summer attraction.

These are 11 beautiful locations when Summer tour in Kyoto:

  • Saiho-ji Temple
  • Nijo-jo Castle
  • Torokko  Railway and Hozugawa River Trip
  • Nouryo-yuka Floor
  • Tango Matsushima
  • Shimogamo-jinja Shrine
  • Miyazu Toro N agashi (Lanterns Display)  and Fireworks Display
  • Cormorant Fishing on the Uji River
  • Kotobiki Beach
  • The Thousand-Candle Mass in Adashino Nenbutsu-ji Temple
  • Kyoto Gozan Okuri-bi (Five Mountains Send-off Bonfire)


Summer tour in Kyoto
Summer tour in Kyoto

Saiho-ji Temple

Often known as Koke-dera or moss temple,  due to its garden being fully covered, as if carpeted, by moss.  As a World Cultural Heritage Site, it is held in  extremely  high  regard  amongst  Kyoto’s Gardens.

Nijo-jo Castle

The  founder of the Tokugawa Government, Shogun Ieyasu Tokugawa,  directed the building of the  castle in  1603 in order to  display  his collection 16th centwy paintings and sculptures. The Ninomaru-goten  Hall, with its beautiful allyear round  flower  garden,  is also a national treasure and World Cultural Heritage Site.

Torokko  Railway and Hozugawa River Trip

Excellent sightseeing is  provided by the antique Torokko railway  as it zig-zags  through the mountain gorge.   A splendid trip  in any season, the return trip on a flat bottomed boat along the Hozugawa river provides plenty of thrills.

Nouryo-yuka Floor

A balcony floor, built right above the Kamogawa River that runs through central Kyoto, provides the perfect dining space for authentic Japanese dishes as the breeze from the river adds to the elegance.

Tango Matsushima

Called Tango  Matsushima  because of its similarity  to one of Japan’s  three most famous scenic spots, Matsushima  in Tohoku.   In  the light  of the   rising sun   the  small  islands mysteriously appear to be linked together.

Shimogamo-jinja Shrine

One of the most ancient shrines of Kyoto.  The two main shrines in the east and west are national treasures.   Fifty three shrine pavilions are designated as important cultural properties.   The shrine  is  located within Tadasu  no Mori  forest, where the  precious nature of the  primeval Yamashiro  Forest still remains.

Miyazu Toro N agashi (Lanterns Display)  and Fireworks Display

Lanterns are floated on the sea to console the spirits of ancestors.   The  fireworks that are launched from the sea-shore signify summer.

Cormorant Fishing on the Uji River

Using  trained cormorant  (shags)  to catch fish is an ancient Japanese method.  Fisherman  hang small fires from the fronts of their boats with metal frames and use the light to aid in handling the birds.

Kotobiki Beach

A rare beach famous for its “talking sand”, as you walk over it, the sand produces a noise said to resemble that of a Kato being plucked.   During Summer vacations the beach is packed.

The Thousand-Candle Mass in Adashino Nenbutsu-ji Temple

About 8,000  stone  pagoda and  statues  of Buddha lay within the temple grounds. On the 23rd and 24th of August a service  called Sento Kuyo is held, where a candle is lit on each stone statue for departed souls.

Kyoto Gozan Okuri-bi (Five Mountains Send-off Bonfire)

This  traditional event represents the  end  of summer  in  Kyoto.  On  August  l Grh,  at five mountain  locations, Japanese letter shaped areas are set alight to guide spirits back afi:er  visiting their old homes.

Autumn Tour in Kyoto

Beatiful Autumn Tour in Kyoto
Beatiful Autumn Tour in Kyoto

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Autumn is the season for harvesting. Golden-colored rice plants make up the typical pastoral scenery in Japan. Kyoto is famous for the scenic beauty of its  autumnal foliage. Trees  tinged  with red and yellow indicate the seasonal transition.

These are 11 beautiful locations when Autumn tour in Kyoto:

  • Kurama Fire Festival
  • Jidai Matsuri  (Festival of Ages)
  • Kongo-in Temple
  • Kodai-ji Temple
  • Sea of Clouds at Mt.Oe
  • Kyoto Imperial Palace
  • Tayama Hanaodori (Flower Dance)
  • Sanzen-in Temple
  • The maple leaves of Takao
  • Rurikei Valley
  • Arashiyama
Autumn Tour in Kyoto
Autumn Tour in Kyoto

Kurama Fire Festival

With  spark scattering torches blazing, over a hundred loin doth dad young men nm up the mountain in this heroic festival.

Jidai Matsuri  (Festival of Ages)

This festival was inaugurated to commemorate the  1 lOOth  anniversary of the transfer of the capital to  Kyoto. A procession of people wearing costumes of every age from the Ancient  Heian  to the modern  Meiji parade through the City.

Kongo-in Temple

Lining the side of the mountain, buildings suchas the three storied pagoda (said to date back to 829)  look as if they  are part  of the  natural scenery.

Kodai-ji Temple

Founded  by Kica-no-Mandokoro in 1606 ill dedication to the souls of her late husband, Hideyoshi Toyotorni (warlord). Night views of cherry blossoms and  maple  leaves lit  by spotlights can be enjoyed ill spring and autumn respectively.

Sea of Clouds at Mt.Oe

On cold mornings in late autumn to early winter river fug fo1111S and streams down from the mountains, The whole landscape looks as if it is covered ill a fluffy blanket.

Kyoto Imperial Palace

The  Imperial Palace served as the center of Japanese politics for over one thousand years. The  area of the place is 700  meters (East to West) by 1,300 meters (North to South). Inside  the grounds  there  are mmy spots of beauty where cherry, plum and peach blossoms attract many wild birds to the garden.

Tayama Hanaodori (Flower Dance)

A rain-festival which takes  the  form of a graceful flower dance performed by dancers with flowers worn about their heads, preceded by prayers for a good harvest.

Sanzen-in Temple

Built late ill the 8th Century ill a small village area outside of the City Center surrounded by cedar trees.   Seasonal attractions ill and around the area include rhododendron  in spring, hydrangea in the rainy season, and maple leaves in the autumn.

The maple leaves of Takao

Located ill a mountain valley, a little out of the center of Kyoto,  this  spot is  noted for its autumn foliage. Large differences in ten1peratllle between day and night make the maple leaves ill autumn especially vivid.

Rurikei Valley

A designated  national park, the steep-sided valleys hold numerous beautiful waterfalls that nm for kilometers.  Hiking can be enjoyed here all year round.


A noted spot for the beauty of both its spring cherry blossoms and autumn  maple leaves. It has been famous since the period when it was popular with the aristocracy. The bridge that crosses  the  river here is named “Togersukyo” as it looks as if the moon actually does cross the bridge.

Winter to Early Spring Tour in Kyoto

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Kyoto japan tourism

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In the winter, snow falls silently, blanketing  the ground  in white.  As the cold lessens day by day, the spring starts to creep in and flowers start preparing  to blossom in the fields.

These are 10 beautiful locations when Winter to Early Spring tour in Kyoto:

  • Ikkyu-ji Temple
  • Jyoyano-Kane (The Watch Night Bell) at Chion-in Temple
  • Hatsumode  (The First Visit for Praying)  at Fushimi-inari-taisha Shrine
  • Ninna-ji Temple
  • Kinkaku-ji Temple
  • Setsubun Festival at Heian Jingu Shrine
  • Kitano Tenmangu Shrine
  • Thousand-year-old Camellia Tree
  • Karnigamo-jinja Shrine
  • Hanezu Dance at Zuishin-in Temple
Winter to Early Spring Tour in Kyoto
Winter to Early Spring Tour in Kyoto

Ikkyu-ji Temple

Ikkyu, a monk well known as being quick witted, established  this temple. The subtle flavor of the temple’s natto (fermented beans)  is well known.

Jyoyano-Kane (The Watch Night Bell) at Chion-in Temple

On New Year’s Eve each year the new year is brought in by the traditional  108  bell rings.   In the case of this  bell, at 70 tons (the heaviest in Japan)  17 priests are needed to ring it.

Hatsumode  (The First Visit for Praying)  at Fushimi-inari-taisha Shrine

Every new year over a million people visit to pray for a good year to come.   This  shrine  is very popular,  as it is the head shrine of the 40,000 lnari Shrines located around the country.

Ninna-ji Temple

The 100,000 square meter grounds houses many kinds of buildings, including the Golden Hall of national treasures,  the five-storied  pagoda (Gojyu-no-to) and the Nioumon gate, where the Kongouriki statue  is  found.   This  area is also famous for having the latest  blooming cherry blossoms in Kyoto.

Kinkaku-ji Temple

Founded by the third Muromachi shogunate Yoshimitsu Ashikaga in 1397, this gold-plated temple  is located  next to the pond in the middle of a beautiful garden.

Setsubun Festival at Heian Jingu Shrine

To  protect  their households from  troubles, Japanese people chase out demons by throwing beans and shouting “Demons out, good luck in”.

Kitano Tenmangu Shrine

The country’s main Tenmangu shrine built in the honor  of Michizane Sugawara. The splendorous main shrine and the worshippers’ hall  are designated national treasures. There  are  2,000  deep-pink blossom and white-blossom plum  trees in the grove.

Thousand-year-old Camellia Tree

Blooming from winter to spring with  purple flowers, at 1200  years old it is Japan’s largest Camellia-tree.

Karnigamo-jinja Shrine

The oldest shrine in Kyoto. The main shrine and the Gon-den hall, designated   as national treasures, were rebuilt in 1863.  The traditional buildings that are resided in by families of Shinto priests  serving the shrine are located in nearby areas.

Hanezu Dance at Zuishin-in Temple

Girls  dance,  sing children’s songs and dress in traditional pale red-plum  colored  robes in remembrance of the Heian period female tanka poet Onono Komachi.

Museum & Others Tour in Kyoto

Museum & Others Tour in Kyoto
Museum & Others Tour in Kyoto

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Kyoto  itself is synonymous with  the history of Japan.  Kyoto  is home to a number of museums  that each feature  the history,  culture and tradition of Japan.   Kyoto has maintained traditional aspects dating back more than one thousand years, while at the same time being oriented toward the future.

These are 10 beautiful locations Museum & Others tour in Kyoto:

  • Gil Asahi  Beer Oyamazaki Villa Museum
  • Tale  of Genji Museum
  • Kyoto National Museum
  • The Museum of Kyoto
  • Kyoto Prefectural Botanical Garden
  • World Brick Museum
  • Kyoto Station Building
  • Toei  Uzumasa Eigamura (Toei Movieland)
  • Miyazu Catholic Church
  • Kyoto International Manga Museum


Gil Asahi  Beer Oyamazaki Villa Museum

Situated halfway up Mount Tennozan, which straddles both Kyoto and Osaka Prefectures, a wide collection of art is housed in  an old English-style villa. You can see a fine collection of pottery and other arts as wel as water lily paintings by the master Monet.

Tale  of Genji Museum

Using scale models  and images to  give a dearintroduction to the more than thousand yearold literary work the “Tale  of Genji”,  theculture of the Heian period is well displayed here.

Kyoto National Museum

Located in a brick building built in 1895, this foremost  museum in Japan houses 10,000 items  that have been designated as national treasures or important cultural properties.

The Museum of Kyoto

The old building of the former Kyoto branch of the Bank of Japan has been refurbished to hold a museum collection that is a display of the history, culture, industry and way of life of the city and people of Kyoto.

Kyoto Prefectural Botanical Garden

liJ Kyoto Prefectural Botanical Garden than 12,000  different plants in a 240 square kilometer area. It is known as one of Japan’s most prominent botanical gardens.

World Brick Museum

The only museum in  the world  devoted to bricks holds displays  covering the history of bricks and brickmaking worldwide, including the four great civilizations.

Kyoto Station Building

One of the foremost train terminal buildings in Japan,  on the inside of the building, you can find  various  facilities  including  hotels, restaurants, department  stores and other places fur amusement.

Toei  Uzumasa Eigamura (Toei Movieland)

A working theme park fur samurai dramas and historical movies.  Visitors  can see samurai sword battles while they are filmed. Some of the attractions make use of movie  making technology to entertain.

Miyazu Catholic Church

Still in  use today,  it is Japan’s second oldest church.  The interior of the church, while being floored   in   tatami,   is  constructed  in Romanesque European style.

Kyoto International Manga Museum

Japan’s first comprehensive  facility on Manga culture possesses a collection ofvaluable Manga literature from inside and outside of Japan.  It includes a ‘Wall  of Manga’,  a shelf that holds 50,000  Manga works  and extends  over a distance of 140 meters.

Traditional Arts & Craft Tour in Kyoto

Traditional Arts & Craft Tour in Kyoto
Traditional Arts & Craft Tour in Kyoto

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A great variety of traditional arts and crafts in Kyoto have developed  over the course of its  1,000-year history.    Kyoto  is  home  to  a great  variety  of artistic masterpieces, resulting from craftsmanship and high quality materials.

These are 7 beautiful Traditional Arts & Craft tour in Kyoto:

  • Nishijin Weaving
  • Kiyomizu Pottery
  • Kurodani Washi
  • Kyo-shikki (Lacquer Ware)
  • Kyo-sensu (Kyoto Folding Fans)
  • Tango Crepe
  • Kyo Yuzen (Dyeing)

Nishijin Weaving

This technique involves weaving gold and silver threads together with colored fibers  into gorgeous cloth.   This cloth is used for neckties as well as for kimono and kimono sashes.

Kiyomizu Pottery

Kiyomizu  is famous  for high  quality  bowls, cups, tea utensils and other pottery.  The pieces are usually decorated with colorful designs.

Kurodani Washi

Japanese paper is made by traditional techniques unchanged from olden times. Kurodani Washi is especially well-known  for its  delicate appearance, and  is amazingly strong and durable.

Kyo-shikki (Lacquer Ware)

‘Kyo-shikki’  refers to wooden products coated repeatedly in layers· of lacquer  sap.   Vivid• colored patterns of ‘Kyo-shikki’ present sharp contrast with the black background, which has special gloss and depth.

Kyo-sensu (Kyoto Folding Fans)

Originating in Kyoto during the Heian period, ‘Kyo-sensu’ is  a folding fun used for cooling oneself by funning  in hot summer  weather. Nowadays, it is also  regarded as refined decorative arr.

Tango Crepe

Famous  in the Tango  region  is a silk doth made with a pattern that makes the cloth look as ifit has shrunk. It is popular for kimono and other small items.

Kyo Yuzen (Dyeing)

This technique involves the brush painting of the design one color at a time onto a white doth.  The  thin  lines produced  by the fine brushes and the flashy colors are distinctive of Kyo Yuzen.

Arts Tour in Kyoto

Traditional Arts & Craft Kyoto daily tour
Traditional Arts & Craft Kyoto daily tour

Tea ceremony and flower arrangement, which originated and have been developed in Kyoto, represent Japanese culture.  At present, Kyoto is recognized as the center ofJapanese art and culture.

These are 5 beautiful Arts tour in Kyoto:

  • Kado (Flower Arrangement)
  • Noh Theater
  • Kyogen (Traditional Comic Plays)
  • Wachi Ningyo Joruri Puppet Plays
  • Sado (Tea Ceremony)


Kado (Flower Arrangement)

Flower arrangement evolved from the custom of arranging  offerings  of flowers to  the ancestors. This  is still  done,  bur now  flower arrangement has grown  into  an arr widely practiced by people who appreciate the beauty of flowers in daily life.

Noh Theater

This classical form of public performance  has been  kept alive  by devotees for about six centuries since  the Muromachi Period. Wearing a mask,  the performer sings and does a stately dance to flute and drum accompaniment,

Kyogen (Traditional Comic Plays)

Drawing  on the foolishness  and weakness of human  beings, with a hilariously comic slant, this genre dramatizes ordinary concerns.

Wachi Ningyo Joruri Puppet Plays

Giving life to a story related by a narrator, a lone puppeteer expressively manipulates a single puppet  to the  accompaniment of shamisen music.

Sado (Tea Ceremony)

The  etiquette involved  in  making tea was developed to cultivate  the  spirit  of the practitioner. One of the wellsprings ofJapanese culture, the tea ceremony continues  to encourage sensibilities that  greatly influence architectute and crafts.

Hot Spring Tour in Kyoto

From ancient rimes, people  in Japan  have enjoyed  communal bathing.  Together in  the bath,  after shedding their clothes,  people  communicate with each other  without regard  to age and social distinctions.

In  particular, people  flock to the natural hot springs where  the spa water welling  up from  the ground contains,  depending on the minerals  in  the water, medicinal properties  that  can cure a number of ills and  injuries.

At an open  air hot spring pool you can soak away the fatigue and  cares of life while  enjoying the scenery under  the open  sky.

Cuisine Tour in Kyoto

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‘Kyoto  Cuisine’ has  such  a refined  quality  that it  is recognized itself as an  art form. This  cuisine,  making the  most  of the  food’s  natural taste,  is a so-called  ‘concerto’  of those who  cultivate the special ingredients and the chefs who prepare them.

These are 5 Cuisine tour in Kyoto:

  • Kyo Kaiseki (Kyoto cuisine)
  • Kyo Tsukemono (Pickles)
  • Crab Dining Parties
  • Kyogashi (Confectionery)
  • Botan-nabe (Peony-shaped pot cooking)


Kyo Kaiseki (Kyoto cuisine)

Served on trays,  this cuisine features exquisite creations fabricated from ingredients that are grown with great care, and prepared by skilled Kyoto chefs.

Kyo Tsukemono (Pickles)

Kyoto-style pickles have a crisp dean taste as less salt is used in their production.   They  are a popular accompaniment to  rice, especially ochazuke (rice with hot tea).

Crab Dining Parties

Crabs caught in the Sea of Japan are a favorite winter treat. They are enjoyed in various ways boiled in nabe dishes, raw as sashimi or broiled.

Kyogashi (Confectionery)

Kyoto-made traditional Japanese candies are not only delicious; but prepared with color and

shape to suit each season, they are so pleasing to the eye that it seems almost a pity to eat them.

Botan-nabe (Peony-shaped pot cooking)

As a special  product of rhe Tarnba region, ‘Botan-nabe’ is  characterized by thinly sliced boar meat arranged in the shape of petals of peony.  This is a simple,  local specialty,  cooked in a single pot, with miso (fermented soybean paste) as the chiefseasoning.

Regional Specialties Tour in Kyoto

Cherry Blossom Season at Nagaoka-tenmangu Shrine Kyoto
Cherry Blossom Season at Nagaoka-tenmangu Shrine Kyoto

Historically,  the Tango,  Tamba and Yamashiro regions  have played  important roles in providing agricultural products to Kyoto,  the capital of Japan.   As there  has always been a demand for the best-quality,  ceaseless efforts and creative practice have raised  Kyoto produce to the highest level of quality in Japan.

These are 7 Regionals Specialties tour in Kyoto:

  • Japanese Tea
  • Tamba  Matsutake  Mushrooms
  • Tamba Chestnuts
  • Kamo Eggplant (Kyoto Vegetables)
  • Ayu (Sweetfish)
  • Buri (Yellowtail)
  • Bamboo Shoots


Japanese Tea Tour in Kyoto
Japanese Tea Tour in Kyoto

Japanese Tea

Kyoto  is  the birthplace for  rhe growing of high quality tea in Japan. Tea from Uji (Uji-cha) is considered to be a major part of what constitutes Japanese tea. Its flavor is second to none.

Tamba  Matsutake  Mushrooms

Some of the finest matsutake mushrooms, with exquisite texture and fine aroma, are grown in Tamba.   You can enjoy this rare delicacy in the famous Kyoto cuisine dish “Matsutake rice”.

Tamba Chestnuts

Chestnuts grown in Tamba are large and sweet.  They are used as select ingredients  in rhe production  of Kyoto  style Japanese confectionery.

Kamo Eggplant (Kyoto Vegetables)

Many vegetables,  distinctive to the area both in appearance and taste, have long been grown in the Kyoto region.

Ayu (Sweetfish)

Known as the queen of freshwater fish, the Ayu lives only in dear streams. Due to its life in swifi: currents the fish’s flesh is firm and high in protein, and is delicious  simply broiled with salt.

Buri (Yellowtail)

Buri is a fish that changes its name as it grows up. Caught on Kyoto’s Japan Sea coast in the winter, the adult buri are large and tasty with firm white but oily flesh.

Bamboo Shoots

When succulent bamboo shoots start emerging in the spring they are well protected by a dark skin of overlapping leaves. They can be harvested  for eating just when the tips start to poke through the surface of the soil.

Cherry Blossom Season at Kasagi-yama Mountain Kyoto
Cherry Blossom Season at Kasagi-yama Mountain Kyoto

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Islands Tourism and Resorts in Raja Ampat Papua

Islands Tourism and Resorts in Raja Ampat Papua

Islands and Resorts in Raja Ampat is a series of four adjacent island chains and is located in the west part of the bird’s Head (Vogelkoop) of Papua Island. Administratively, this cluster is located under the regency of Raja Ampat, West Papua province.

Islands Tourism and Resorts in Raja Ampat Papua
Islands Tourism and Resorts in Raja Ampat Papua

The archipelago is now the destination of divers interested in the beauty of the underwater landscape. The four island clusters are named after the four largest islands, namely Waigeo Island, Misool Island, Salawati Island, and Batanta Island.

Origins and History of Raja Ampat Islands

Origins and History of Raja Ampat Islands
Origins and History of Raja Ampat Islands

The origin of the name of Raja Ampat according to the myth of local people came from a woman who found seven eggs.  The four grains were hatched into four princes who parted and each became the ruling king in Waigeo, Salawati, eastern Misool and western Misool. Meanwhile, the other three eggs become ghosts, a woman, and a stone.

In the course of history, the territory of Raja Ampat has long been inhabited by the nobility and implemented the customary system of Maluku. In this system, the Society of human beings. Each village is led by a king. Since the founding of five Muslim sultanates in Maluku, Raja Ampat became part of the claim from Tidore Sultanate. After Tidore Sultanate from the Netherlands, the Raja Ampat Islands became part of the claim of the Dutch East Indies. People of Raja Ampat islands are generally traditional fishermen residing in small kampongs that are located far apart and different islands.

They are a friendly community that accepts guests from outside, especially if we bring souvenirs for them in the form of betel nut or sweets. This item becomes a kind of ‘ Indian peace Pipe ‘ in Raja Ampat. The event chatting with the betel nut is also called “Para-Pinang” often take turns each other throwing mob, local term for funny stories. They are Muslims and Christians and often in one family or clan there are members who embraced one of the two religions. This makes the people of Raja Ampat continue to be in harmony despite different beliefs.

Wealth of natural resources of Raja Ampat Island

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Raja Ampat Islands is a potential place to be used as a tourist attraction, especially diving tours. The waters of Raja Ampat islands According to various sources, is one of the 10 best waters for diving sites around the world. In fact, it may also be recognized as the number one for the completeness of underwater flora and fauna at this time. Dr John Veron, an experienced reef expert from Australia, for example, in a site he revealed, the Raja Ampat Islands located at the westernmost tip of Papua Island, about 50 miles northwest of Sorong, has the best coral area in Indonesia. About 450 species of corals have been identified for two weeks of research in the area.

The expert team of Conservation International, The Nature Conservancy, and the National Oceanographic Institute (LON) of the Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI) had made a quick assessment of 2001 and 2002.  As a result, they noted in this water there are more than 540 types of hard corals (75% of the world’s total species), more than 1,000 types of coral fishes, 700 types of mollusks, and the highest record for gonodactyloid stomatopod crustaceans. This makes 75% of the world’s coral species in Raja Ampat. None of the places with the same area have a number of coral species this much.

There are some areas of coral reefs that still very good condition with a percentage of the closure of live corals up to 90%, namely in the Dampier Strait (Strait between Waigeo Island and Batanta Island), Kofiau Islands, southeast Misool and Wayag Islands. The type of the coral reefs of Raja Ampat are generally reef edges with steep ramps. But it is also found the atoll type and burnt or taka type.   In some places like in Kampung Saondarek, when the lowest tides, can be witnessed the expanse of coral reefs without diving and with its own adaptations, the corals can still live despite being in the open air and exposed to sunlight Direct.

The unique species that can be found on the dive are some of the horses of Dwarf, wobbegong, and Manta rays. Also there are endemic fish Raja Ampat, namely Eviota King, that is a kind of gobbie fish. At Manta Point located in Arborek Dampier Strait, you can dive with some tame Manta rays such as when you dive in Derawan Islands, East Kalimantan.   If you dive in Cape Kri or Chicken Reef, you can be surrounded by thousands of fish. Sometimes the tuna group, giant trevallies and snappers.

But that is stressful if we are surrounded by a collection of Barracuda, although in fact it is relatively harmless (which is dangerous if we meet the solitary barakuda or alone). Reef sharks are also often seen, and if you are lucky you can also see turtles being silent eating sponge or swimming around you. In some places such as in Salawati, Batanta and Waigeo are also seen Dugong or mermaid.   Due to its many islands and narrow strait, most of the dive sites at certain times have a strong current. It is also possible to do drift dives, diving while following the strong currents with very clear water while breaking through the fish group.

Prehistoric Relics and history Raja Ampat

Prehistoric Relics and history Raja Ampat
Prehistoric Relics and history Raja Ampat

In a cluster area Misool found prehistoric relics in the form of a stamp that is described on the wall of the rock. Uniquely, these handprints are very close to the sea level and are not in the cave. According to estimates, the age of these handprints was about 50,000 years old and became part of the directive series of human propagation from the western part of the archipelago to Papua and Melanesia.   The remnants of World War II shipwrecks can be found in several dive sites, such as the Wai Island.

Access to Raja Ampat Islands

Visiting this archipelago is not very difficult although it is time consuming and cost is quite large. We can use the airline from Jakarta or Bali to Sorong via Makassar or Ambon and Manado for approximately 6 hours flight.   From Sorong, a pretty big city with a fairly complete facilities. To explore Raja Ampat There are two choices, take a tour with a pinisi boat or stay in the resort of Raja Ampat Dive Lodge.

Although most tourists who come to Raja Ampat nowadays are divers, this location is also interesting for non-diver tourists because it also has beautiful white sandy beaches, fascinating karst islands and Uniquely endemic flora such as red Bird-of-paradise, the Cendrawasih Wilson, Maleo Waigeo, various parrots and parrot, the Cuscus Waigeo, and various types of orchids.

Amazing 10 Beautiful tourist destinations in Raja Ampat

1.Explore Beauty – Misool

Explore Beauty - Misool (@marisckaprue)
Explore Beauty – Misool (@marisckaprue)

In Misool, you hit Raja Ampat. Yes, your journey and adventure in eastern Indonesia can begin. Dive into each of the aquatic niches of one of Raja Ampat’s four large islands and discover not only extraordinary but also special views. It’s hard to describe one of Raja Ampat’s most popular tourist destinations, so you should head straight to the place!

2.Beautiful lagoon in an extraordinary place – Star Lagoon

Beautiful lagoon in an extraordinary place - Star Lagoon (@astrid.caesaria)
Beautiful lagoon in an extraordinary place – Star Lagoon (@astrid.caesaria)

Yes, there is a star-shaped lagoon in Raja Ampat, precisely on the island of Pianemo. The view of the coral reef alone illustrates how beautiful this place is. But to clarify what the underwater panoramas are in Star Lagoon, why not dive directly into. Guaranteed not to be disappointed!

3.Iconic Natural Monument – Stone Pencil

Iconic Natural Monument - Stone Pencil (@fifi_yurike)
Iconic Natural Monument – Stone Pencil (@fifi_yurike)

The imposing reef, and alone in the middle of Kabui Bay, has become its own icon. I was so famous that Stone Pencil has always been a destination of choice for photos. You can’t miss this place when you go on holiday to Raja Ampat!

4.Raja Ampat Icon – Wayag

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Raja Ampat Icon – Wayag (

Wayag is also one of Raja Ampat’s icons. The green-clad coral stripes in the middle of a blue sea with extraordinary panoramic views make Raja Ampat such a vast world. It’s not hard to get memorable moments at Wayag. Posing with a fantastic décor has become a necessity.

5.Tourist village and dive location – Arborek Village

Tourist village and dive location - Arborek Village (@dudisugandi)
Tourist village and dive location – Arborek Village (@dudisugandi)

If you want to meet local residents while enjoying a magnificent panorama, definitely visit arborek Island. Almost all its citizens have hospitality and a broad smile, ready to welcome with open arms all those who visit their village. A warning to those of you who want to visit the village of Arborek: don’t get robbed, because the citizens are sincere. So sweet!

6.White sand island – Raised sand

White sand island - Raised sand (@hello.kitty)
White sand island – Raised sand (@hello.kitty)

White sand island - Raised sand (@StayRajaAmpat)
White sand island – Raised sand (@StayRajaAmpat)

The incredible nature of Raja Ampat is added to the special miracle, the sand appears. This place was eventually transformed into a sandy island, located near Mansuar Island. Like other sandy islands, the island of one of Raja Ampat’s most popular tourist destinations will display its white sand if the seawater recedes. It’s a good time to go berselfie and set foot before the island disappears washed away by seawater at high tide.

7. Local Wisdom and Joyful Sincerity – Sauwandarek Tourist Village


Local Wisdom and Joyful Sincerity - Raja Ampat (@DNewsRAdio)
Local Wisdom and Joyful Sincerity – Raja Ampat (@DNewsRAdio)

Another Raja Ampat tourist village that you can visit – the village of Sauwandarek. The local wisdom shown by its citizens probably makes you lazy to go home. In addition, around the village of Sauwandarek, there are a variety of entertainment places to enjoy the coral reefs typical of Raja Ampat. Even in dermaganya, underwater landscapes are very special.

8. See Cenderawasih – Sawinggrai Village first hand

See Cenderawasih - Sawinggrai Village first hand
See Cenderawasih – Sawinggrai Village first hand
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See Cenderawasih – Sawinggrai Village first hand (

Well, for those of you who want to see native Papuan animals, Cenderawasih birds, in their natural habitat, go directly to the village of Sawinggrai. But you have to be ready to get up early and prepare pants and shoes and not be noisy to be lucky while watching this bird of paradise.
Even if you can’t see this bird, don’t be disappointed, as there are many fun things you can find in Sawinggrai. Not only the natural panorama, but also the kindness of its citizens.

9. Have fun enjoying the panorama of Raja Ampat – Pianemo

Have fun enjoying the panorama of Raja Ampat - Pianemo
Have fun enjoying the panorama of Raja Ampat – Pianemo

Do you just want to enjoy the natural landscape of Raja Ampat from a height, Pianemo is the right place for that. Groups of corals and blue sea can be seen from a height.
Because of the potential offered, many also call Pianemo as a Mini Wayag.

10. Refreshing air conditioning – Batanta waterfalls

Refreshing air conditioning - Batanta waterfalls
Refreshing air conditioning – Batanta waterfalls
Refreshing air conditioning - Warinkabon waterfalls
Refreshing air conditioning – Warinkabon waterfalls

Batanta Waterfall is another surprise to Raja Ampat. This waterfall is also proof that the natural beauty of Raja Ampat is not achieved solely on the side of the sea. Not only offers fantastic views of the waterfall, the feel and freshness of the water are also special. Batanta Waterfall can also be an air conditioner after a day of soaking in salt water.


Ocean City, America’s Favorite Tourist Spots In Spring

Ocean City, America’s Favorite Tourist Spots In Spring

Ocean City is a popular seaside resort town on the Maryland coast. Lots of interesting things visitors – skyscrapers, clean beaches, walkways, restaurants, beachside inns, amusement parks and major convention centres – but the humble sunsets may be the biggest pleasure. Visitors ranging from fleeing families to the more urban Maryland West Coast to Sun-lounger conventions and teenagers enjoy the first holiday with no adult supervision.

Ocean City is a popular seaside resort town on the Maryland coast. Lots of interesting things visitors – skyscrapers, clean beaches, walkways, restaurants, beachside inns, amusement parks and major convention centres – but the humble sunsets may be the biggest pleasure.


Ocean City
Ocean City America

Visitors ranging from fleeing families to the more urban Maryland West Coast to Sun-lounger conventions and teenagers enjoy the first holiday with no adult supervision.

The first DART state bus route 208 runs from Rehoboth Beach, DE to the intersection of the Coastal Hwy and 144th St in Ocean City which stops in the cities in the middle of the journey.

Beach, Boardwalk and Trasher, you can be sure that these three places will be sought after by anyone if you go to Ocean City. Naturally, all three are the most popular tourist attractions in the Maryland region of the United States. Specifically, if you want to go on spring vacation in Ocean City, these three places are the right choice.

For the citizens of Maryland, where are they on vacation if not in Ocean City to enjoy the warm weather? Certainly, in spring, the most exciting thing is to enjoy a nice and cool time. In this case, it is also nice to sunbathe on the beach.

Ocean City Historical Attractions

Ocean City, known as OC, is a relatively old and historic tourist site. Not less than Chesapeake beach. Both have historical value, especially for Maryland residents. As mentioned above, the specialty is the specialty: enjoy the beach, the seaside (trottoir) and taste the fries in Trasher.
On our way to the beach, we have to pass the sidewalk. The wood-covered sidewalk stretches from one end to the other along the coast for a distance of about 5 km. There is a row of souvenir shops, fast food restaurants, apartments and hotels.

Ocean City Historical Attractions
Ocean City Historical Attractions

There is also a statue of the firefighter shall be built and dedicated to firefighters who died in a terrorist attack on Wall Street on September 11, 2001.
The best ocean citry walk in America
This walk to Ocean City was one of the best in America in 1902. Unique and fun. People can walk quietly, shop, snack and even rent bikes on site. If we are tired of walking along the seaside sidewalk, don’t worry. We can take the train that is planned to pass along the sidewalk. If you want to sit still, it doesn’t matter either. Because, almost every few meters, there is a comfortable seat to enjoy the surrounding panorama
Also on the sidewalk, we can have a fairly complete entertainment. Do you want to shop? From the gift shop to where you can do tattoos. Want to eat? Just choose a fast food restaurant or a frantic bar. Do you want to play? Just come to Trimpers Rides and The Pier. Well, if you want to see a variety of wonders and uniqueness that occur in the world, simply enter Ripley’s Believe it or Not museum. Admission for adults $12.99, children US$7.99 and children under 5 free.

Trasher’s fries at Boadcity

Trasher's fries at Boadcity
Trasher’s fries at Boadcity

It’s not enough, if you go to the Boardwalk, don’t stop at Trasher’s fries. Don’t be discouraged if you see that the line is so long. People really like to try the oldest fries that are served according to the original menu and are worn differently from Maryland fried potato outlets.
Fried potatoes are treated with peanut oil and apple cider vinegar sauce. From the beginning until now, this has not changed since TJ Trasher built the restoration in 1929. It was so famous that it was used as a symbol of summer in OC. There’s even a saying like this: “It’s not complete without eating Trasher in the spring and summer at OC.

Ice Cream Restaurant at Candy Kitchen

Ice Cream Restaurant at Candy Kitchen
Ice Cream Restaurant at Candy Kitchen

After the fries, what else should you eat? Cream! Yes, eating ice cream in spring or summer is really delicious. Well, come and taste an ice cream at the Candy Kitchen. The ice cream restaurant that was founded in 1937 is also a symbol of the most delicious ice cream in the region.
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