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Farming at Cameron Highlands
The Highlands were named after William Cameron, a British colonial government surveyor who discovered the plateau during a mapping expedition in 1885. The fame of Cameron Highlands then grew during the colonial era when British planters realised the potential of its fertile mountain slopes for growing tea, then a prized commodity.
Opera House in Oslo
Munich or Muchen in German, is the capital city of Bavaria. The iconic landmark of Marienplatz sits in the large open square in the center of the city. A mix of historical buildings and modern architecture, Munich is also home to the BMW headquarters - Bavarian Motor Works.
Winter Wonderland at Hyde Park
Winter wonderland at Hyde Park, London, 20 acres of rides, attractions, Santa land plus central London's largest skating rink. Spicy mulled wine, Bavarian wursts on the grill, gingerbread delights, sweet mallows, mince pies, hog roast and all things Christmas all in a giant outdoor Winter Wonderland theme park!
Christmas in Paris
Moulin Rouge, the world's most famous cabaret show. The Féerie show: 60 Doriss Girls, 1000 costumes of feathers, rhinestones and sequins, sumptuous shimmering sets, a smashing extravaganza! A must see if you're in Paris for a one of a kind cabaret!
The Nightscape of Singapore
The republic of Singapore, home to the world's first F1 night race boasts an amazing night skyline! Boat Quay featured here, holds Singapore's skyscrapers proud against the nightsky. Did you also know that Singapore is an island city state consisting of 63 islands including mainland Singapore?
The Roman’s Colosseum
The Roman Colosseum, originally the Flavian Amphitheatre is the largest ever in the Roman Empire. Considered the greatest works of Roman architecture and Roman engineering, it was voted as one of New Open World Corporation's New 7 Wonders of the World in 2007. Today, it sits as a major tourist attractions and is also the site of Roman Catholic ceremonies.
The World’s Largest Flower Garden
Keukenhof, which means Kitchen Garden, is also known as the Garden of Europe. It is the most photographed place in the world where an astonishing 7million flower bulbs are planted by hand each year.
Churches and Bells in Santorini
In Santorini Island anywhere you look you will see a church. All of them are whitewashed with blue domes. Santorini has Byzantine churches, Orthodox churches, Cathedral churches, Greek & Catholic nunnery and more.
Oia remains one of the foremost tourist attractions of the Aegean Sea. The famous Oia sunset, considered by many as one of the most beautiful in the world, keeps tourists flocking down to the castle, waiting for the moment when the sun slips down on the calm sea of the caldera.
Santorini donkeys and mules are indispensable part of the local charm and folk tradition; they have been serving the locals patiently and with impressive fidelity throughout the years, carting tourists up and down the numerous steps of the island, from the harbor to the top of the cliff.
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