Looking for hot new travel destinations ? Here are my top 5 travel places to see : Built in 1894, Lau Pa Sat, once a wet market, is now a popular and atmospheric hawker centre. This historic building was built with Victorian filigree cast-iron and is located in the heart of Singapore’s business area. At lunchtime, it’s full of office workers, whereas, by night, the street is closed and the many food stalls serve plenty of local favourite dishes. Also known as Telok Ayer Market, standout dishes at Lau Pa Sat include sticks of tasty satay chicken with peanut dipping sauce and grilled stingray, covered in a spicy sambal sauce.
5 top attractions in New Zealand and eTA application : Rudyard Kipling called Milford Sound the “eighth wonder of the world,” and if you visit this region of New Zealand, you’ll see why. Formed by glaciers during the Ice Age, the landscape around Milford Sound still bears evidence of its creation in the form of epic scenery: Cliffs rise from fjords crowned by mountains and waterfalls. The best way to see Milford Sound is via boat. Take a sightseeing cruise on the fjord to see waterfalls and wildlife such as dolphins and penguins. Or navigate the waters under your own steam on a kayaking tour. Once you’ve experienced the water from the surface, go underneath with a visit to the Milford Discovery Centre and Underwater Observatory. This is the only floating, underwater observatory in New Zealand, and visitors can go more than 30 feet deep (while staying dry) and get 360 degrees of the underwater environment.
Looking for info about Galapagos travel attractions? San Cristobal Island, also popular as Chatham Island, is known for comprising Puerto Baquerizo Moreno, the capital city of the Galapagos province. San Cristobal Island is also one of the oldest geological destinations and one of the largest islands in the archipelago of Galapagos. Have a great time watching giant tortoises, frigate birds, sea lions, marine iguanas, dolphins, red and blue footed boobies, and swallow-tailed gulls. El Junco lake is another fabulous destination that you can visit to view beautiful endemic birds when visiting San Cristobal Island. Also, this island is an excellent destination to practice Galapagos surfing. See more info at Hotel Reviews.
Punta Sur: Punta Sur is located on the southern tip of Isla Mujeres. Here you can visit the Pre-Colombian Mayan Ruins of Ixchel, or simply admire the stunning views. Garrafon Reef Park is also located here and is home to the Sculpture Garden. In 2001 the Sebastian Foundation and 23 famous artists from Mexico and around the world created sculptures to represent the Mayan civilisation. There are different packages available for Garrafon Park click here for further information. These packages also include activities such as zip-lining, snorkelling and kayaking. Walk Around Centro & Admire The Sea Wall Murals: As responsible travellers, we’re all for the preservation of our world’s ocean and we were delighted to see the ‘Sea Wall Murals’ of Isla Mujeres. These murals were created by various top street artists from around the world to raise awareness of marine species threatened by extinction in the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico.
Sharing the UNESCO listing of the Hagar Qim site, the Mnajdra Temples are found 500 meters away from the Hagar Qim Temples. This archaeological site is in an isolated and rugged stretch of Malta’s southern coast overlooking the sea. The site includes three buildings facing a common oval forecourt and may have been part of a larger complex. The oldest structure, the South Temple, dates to around 3600 to 3200 BC. The other two temples were built between 3150 BC and 2200 BC. These three structures represent a significant stage in prehistoric human development known as the Ggantija Phase (circa 3000 BC to 2200 BC), which was an important period of the Maltese Bronze Age. The most intriguing feature of Mnajdra Temples is the Solstices and Equinoxes doorway seen in the South Temple. Enter the South Temple through a monumental facade. On the left-hand side of the two apses is a decorated porthole doorway (a square-shaped opening), which leads into a small chamber. This doorway and the decorated blocks mark the position of the Equinoxes, the rising sun on the first day of spring and autumn, and the Solstices, the first day of summer and winter. See extra info at Book Hotels.