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Tourism in Norway

Information about tourism in Norway

Tourism guide in Norway. We review a detailed report on the most important destinations and attractions in Norway, the Scandinavian country with mountains, glaciers and deep coastal fjords. The land has the most stunning landscapes in the world. Norway is also popular for fishing, hiking and skiing.

Norway is located on the continent of Europe, and its land extends over an area of ​​304,282 square kilometers, in addition to its water area of ​​about 19,520 square kilometers, and it is ranked 68 among the largest countries in the world in terms of area, with a total area of ​​about 323,802 square kilometers, and Norway is limited to The northern side is the Barents Sea, the Skagerrak strait to the south, and on the west the Norwegian Sea and the North Sea, and it is linked by land borders on the eastern side with Finland, Russia, and Sweden.

 

Tourist places in Norway

The traveler can witness some of the most stunning landscapes in the world during their trip to Norway. Where the western coast of the south of the country and the coasts of the north of the country include some charming and unique scenes internationally. Norwegian fjords (Norway’s fjords) have been ranked by the National Geographic Society as the source of the highest tourist attractions in the world.

Oslo

The capital of Norway, located on the southern coast of the country at the head of the Oslofjord. It is famous for green spaces and museums. Many of them are on the Bygdøy Peninsula, including the Norwegian Maritime Maritime Museum and the Viking Ship Museum, with Viking ships from the 9th century. There is also Holmenkollbakken which is a jumping and sledding hill with panoramic views of the fjord. It also contains a ski museum.

Bergen

It is a city located on the southwest coast of Norway. Surrounded by mountains and fjords. Bryggen features colorful wooden houses on the old dockside and was once the center of the Hanseatic trading empire.

Around Lillegegårdsvannet Park and Lake, KODE’s art museums occupy many buildings and include works by Norwegian painters such as Edvard Munch and Johan Christian Dahl. Bergen City Museum houses several heritage sites, including Old Bergen, a reconstructed town with historic wooden houses. In the harbor area, the vibrant fish market also offers fruits, flowers and handicrafts. Fantoft Stavkirke Church is a reconstructed 12th-century wooden church with distinctive sculptures and dragon heads.

Tromso

A city in northern Norway, it is a major cultural hub over the Arctic Circle. It is famous as a viewing point for the colorful northern lights that illuminate the night sky at some point. The historic city center, on the island of Tromso, is distinguished by its centuries-old wooden houses. The skyline is dominated by the 1965 Arctic Cathedral, with its distinctive roof and soaring stained-glass windows.

Tourism in Britain

Tourism in Britain

Tourist places in Britain

 

The United Kingdom is a nation made up of the countries of England, Wales and Scotland in addition to Northern Ireland, and it is known as the birth of contemporary parliamentary democracy and the industrial revolution.

Britain’s global role receded in the twentieth century after the two world wars, its loss of its empire, which was “never set by the sun,” and the result of the referendum that was held in 2016 on the membership of the European Union raised serious questions about the role that the country will play at the international level.

Nevertheless, the United Kingdom remains an economic and military power to reckon with, with influential political and cultural influence around the world.

 

Edinburgh

It is the capital of Scotland. It combined the old medieval town and the elegant new town with classic gardens and buildings. Overlooking the city is Edinburgh Castle, home to the Crown Jewels of Scotland and the Destiny Stone of the Two Kings, used in the coronations of Scottish rulers.
Edinburgh has some interesting places that attract visitors to it; Such as: The National Museum of Scotland, which aims to discover the world of nature and Scottish history, and there are many theaters that offer theatrical performances, concerts, operas, and others, in addition to children’s attractions such as: Edinburgh Zoo, the deep sea world, and Georgian farm City.

Glasgow

It is a port city on the River Clyde in the western lowlands of Scotland. It is famous for its Victorian architecture and Art Nouveau, a rich legacy that allowed the city to flourish from the 18th to the 20th centuries due to trade and shipbuilding. Today it is a national cultural center, and home to institutions including the Scottish Opera, Scottish Ballet and the National Theater of Scotland, as well as famous museums and flowery music.

 

There are many areas and landmarks that attract tourists in the city of Glasgow, the most important of which are: The People’s Palace and the Winter Gardens. The museum is historically and socially important, as it embraces the history of the city and the people who lived in it. CCA Contemporary Arts Center: This center is a site for contemporary arts in Scotland, and tourists can enjoy watching many arts, films, workshops and musical performances of various artists at this center. Modern Art Gallery: This gallery is located in the heart of Glasgow and hosts cultural programs by both local and international artists.

 

London

The capital of England and the United Kingdom, it is a 21st century city with a history stretching back to Roman times. At its center stands the imposing House of Representatives, the iconic Big Ben clock tower and Westminster Abbey, the site of the British Queen’s coronation.

The London Eye Observation Wheel offers panoramic views of the cultural complex on the South Bank, and the entire city across the River Thames.
Royal sites include Buckingham Palace, which houses the king’s headquarters and offices, and the Tower of London, a former prison in the home of the Crown Jewels.

Stonehenge

It is considered one of the most famous prehistoric monuments in the world. It was built in several stages: The first monument was a monument, built about 5,000 years ago, and the unique stone circle was constructed in the late Neolithic period around 2500 BC. In the early Bronze Age many hills were built nearby. Today, along with Avebury, Stonehenge forms the heart of the World Heritage Site.

Big Ben

The tower clock, famous for its accuracy and massive bell. Strictly speaking, the name refers to only the large clock bell, which weighs 15.1 tons (13.7 metric tons), but is usually associated with the entire clock tower at the north end of Parliament House, in London’s Westminster borough. The tower itself was officially known as St Stephen’s Tower until 2012, when its name was changed to Elizabeth Tower on the occasion of the Diamond Jubilee of Elizabeth II, as it celebrated its 60th anniversary on the British throne. The clocks are 9 and 14 feet (2.7 and 4.3 meters) long, respectively, and the clock tower rises approximately 320 feet (97.5 meters). Originally in coordination with the Royal Greenwich Observatory, Big Ben’s bell has been broadcast – with some interruptions – since 1924 as a daily time signal from the BBC.

Tourism in Peru

Tourism in Peru

Tourist places in Peru

 

General information about Peru

Peru is located in western South America, bordered to the north by Ecuador and Colombia, to the east by Brazil and Bolivia, to the south by Chile, and to the west by the Pacific Ocean. It extends over an area of ​​1,285,216 square kilometers.

 

 

Lima

Lima, the capital of Peru, is located on the arid coast of the Pacific Ocean. Although it remains a city that has gone through violent colonialism, it is a bustling city and one of the largest in South America. It is home to the Museo Larco collection of pre-Columbian art and the Museu de la Nación, and traces the history of ancient civilizations in Peru. The Plaza de Armas square and the 16th-century cathedral are located in the heart of old Lima Centro.

Other Lima Centro attractions include the Baroque Abbey in San Francisco and Torre Tagli Palace. Downtown, the hip seaside district of Barranco is known for its nightlife. Lima is also known for its vibrant food scene, which includes specialties and international haute cuisine.

Machu Picchu

Machu Picchu is located 2,430 meters above sea level, in the middle of a tropical mountain forest, with an unusually beautiful setting. It is one of the most exciting city creations of the Inca Empire at the height of its power. Its gigantic walls, balconies, and stairs all look like they were naturally cut from solid rock. The natural surroundings include, on the eastern slopes of the Andes Mountains, the Upper Amazon Basin, which is rich in its diversity of plants and animals.

Cosco

Cusco, a city in the Andes Mountains of Peru, was the capital of the Inca Empire and is now well-known for its monuments and Spanish colonial architecture. Plaza de Armas is the central square in the Old Town, with arcades, and carved wooden balconies. The Baroque Monastery of Santo Domingo was built on top of the Incan Temple of the Sun (Qoricancha), and contains archaeological remains of Inca stonework.

 


Spanish landmarks such as the 17th-century cathedral use Inca buildings as institutions. The Sacsayhuamán complex sits on the hilltop in town, with characteristic jagged stone walls, as well as views of the red-tiled roofs and the surrounding mountains. Located at an altitude of 3,400 meters, Cusco is the gateway to Inca sites in the Urubamba (Sacred) Valley and on the Inca Road, a multi-day trip that ends at the Machu Picchu mountain fortress.

Lake Titicaca

Lake Titicaca, located on the border between Peru and Bolivia in the Andes Mountains, is one of the largest lakes in South America and the world’s largest navigable water surface. Said to be the birthplace of the Incas, it is home to numerous ruins. They shelter rare wildlife such as giant frogs.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The common Bolivian entry point, Copacabana, includes two important religious areas: the Basilica of Our Lady of Copacabana and Cerro El Calvario, and there are tours of the car-free islands of Isla del Sol and Isla de la Luna.

Tourism in France

Tourism in France

 

Information about tourism in France

Tourism guide in France. The destination with a special character that distinguishes it from tourism in any other tourist country with its museums, monuments, beautiful streets, culture and unique atmosphere. Its capital is Paris, which is one of the most beautiful and important tourist destinations in the world.

 

The French Republic is located on the European continent, as it extends from the Mediterranean Sea to the sea called the English Channel, and the French Republic extends from the Rhine until it reaches the Atlantic Ocean, and from here it appears that France has coasts overlooking the Atlantic Ocean as well as other countries. The main part of France is located on the European continent, but there are some other regions, whether they are islands in oceans or places on continents belonging to the French Republic.

 

Information about tourism in France

The capital of the French Republic is Paris, and the official language is French. Its area is approximately 670 thousand square kilometers, and its population exceeds 65 million. Finally, the currency in France is the euro.

Paris

The capital of France, is a major European city and a world center for art, fashion, gastronomy and culture. It dates back to the 19th century. And it contains many landmarks such as the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame Gothic Cathedral. And the famous Louvre Museum, which houses Da Vinci’s painting “Mona Lisa”, and the Musée d’Orsay has impressionist works by Monet, Renoir Degau.

Paris is famous by many titles, it is known as the capital of fashion and the city of love, but its most famous title is (the city of light), which is the title that it obtained as it was the most famous center of science and thought during the Enlightenment, and also for its use of the street lighting system very early. Paris was known with this title in the late nineteenth century,

Palace of Versailles

It is located in the Versailles region, twenty kilometers to the southwest of Paris, the French capital, and it is one of the most famous and most beautiful European palaces in the world, and it is one of the most luxurious palaces in the world, and dates back to the eighteenth century, and is currently one of the most famous tourist attractions in France And it attracts many tourists throughout the year, and this palace reflects in its design and construction the classic French medieval architecture, and in 1833 AD, King Louis Philippe transformed this palace into a museum for the history of France, then it was opened in 1837 AD, and he collected many drawings and paintings And sculptures that represent events and people from the history of France in it.

 

The palace consists of three floors, and several opposite buildings, and its main façade extends to about eighty meters, and the palace contains more than two thousand windows, and the famous hall known as the Hall of Mirrors overlooking the palace gardens, which contains 17 arches covered with mirrors. The palace also contains an apartment for the king that includes seven large halls, and another for the queen that includes a room for her, the Salon of the Nobles, and many precious pieces of furniture, precious paintings, and many galleries that currently contain more than three thousand sculptures and six thousand oil paintings. The Gardens of Versailles The palace is surrounded by large squares containing fountains, trees, flowers, and statues.

Louvre Museum

It is considered the most famous art museum in the whole world, and the most important one, and it is located in France, specifically in the capital, Paris, on the northern banks of the Seine River, and it is the largest place in the world that contains international artifacts, and it also contains many of the antiquities of Pharaonic Egypt that were stolen at a time. The French campaign against Egypt, so this museum is considered an open treasure for visitors, and millions of tourists from all over the world flock to it every year, and in this article we will mention information about the Louvre Museum.

The museum is divided into several parts, divided according to the history and type of art, and these halls contain nearly a million pieces of art between statues and oil paintings, and the museum also contains Roman, Greek and Egyptian antiquities, in addition to monuments from the Mesopotamian civilization, which are estimated at about 5664 pieces of art and archeology. .

Nice

The capital of the Alpes-Maritimes department on the French Riviera, lies on the pebbled beaches of Baie de Anges. Founded by the Greeks and later a French city in the nineteenth century, the city also attracted artists for a long time.

The city has many landmarks, the most important of which is the city’s Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (or MAMAC) is a wonderful modern structure that displays avant-garde works by French and international artists. Nice’s old town is also a maze of medieval streets, featuring Baroque churches and the colorful Cours Saleya market famous for flowers, fish and produce.

The Promenade des Anglais, a street facing the bay, is lined with great cafés and hotels like Le Negresco. Known for its mouthwatering niçoise, Nice is famous for its dishes made with olives and seafood.

Marseille

A port city and considered the capital of southern France, it has been a crossroads of migration and trade since its founding by the Greeks around 600 BC. At its heart is the Old Port (Vieux-Port), where fishmongers sell their catch along the quayside. There is also the Basilique Notre-Dame-de-la-Garde, which is a Romanesque Byzantine church.

It is a place of quiet squares, striped alleys, bustling 19th century streets and street markets. Le Paneer, the oldest part of the city, is famous for its maze-filled streets and the city is a mixture of cultures. Also, one of the most famous things in the city is the Monastery of Saint Victor, which is a fortified monastery that was founded by Saint Cass

Tourism in Azerbaijan

Tourism in Azerbaijan

Tourist places in Azerbaijan

Tourism in Azerbaijan has developed and has become a destination for tourists from different parts of the world, as it has a historical, cultural and natural world and is considered a center for some of the oldest civilizations.

Azerbaijan or officially the Republic of Azerbaijan is one of the six independent Turkish states in the Caucasus region of Eurasia. It is located at the crossroads between Eastern Europe and Western Asia, and is bordered by the Caspian Sea to the east, Russia to the north, Georgia to the northwest, Armenia to the west, and Iran to the south.

 

 

The Nakhchivan enclosure borders Armenia to the north and east, Iran to the south and west, while Turkey is bordered by a short border in the northwest. The plunderers Karki, Yukhari Oskebara, Prokhudarli and Suvolu are surrounded by Armenia, which it has controlled since the Nagorno-Karabakh War. As for the Nagorno-Karabakh region, which has an Armenian majority, in the southwest of Azerbaijan, it declared itself independent from Azerbaijan in 1991, but this independence has not been recognized diplomatically by any state and it is still considered a part of Azerbaijan by rule of law, occupied by Armenian forces.

 

Tourist places in Azerbaijan

Azerbaijan is home to a wide range of landscapes. It has many historical and architectural monuments from different historical periods. It is considered a small country in the Caucasus region and the Black Sea between the Caspian Sea. Mountain tourism is one of the most popular areas of tourism in Azerbaijan, since more than half of the land mass in Azerbaijan consists of mountains and plateaus.

The capital, Baku

Baku is the capital of the Azerbaijani state, and besides it is the capital, it is considered the largest city of the Azerbaijani state. The city of Baku, the capital, consists of two main parts, the old city and the center of the country. It includes many different and varied cultures that have that distinct European character in addition to being influenced by the distinctive eastern Islamic character as well, and one of the most prominent indications of this unique intermingling is the architecture that is present in this The city, this architecture is a unique architecture that was able to be a link between the eastern and western styles, as mentioned previously.

 

 

The most prominent landmarks of Baku is the Maiden Tower: It is the most famous landmark in this city. This building was built in the twelfth century and was one of the most important defensive points that were taken and built to defend the city in times of danger.

Palace of the Shirvanshahans:

It is one of the largest monuments and monuments left from the Sherwani era, and this beautiful palace is located in the center of Baku.

Bab Al-Hiba Mosque:

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This mosque is one of the most important historical mosques in this important city, and this mosque was established in the thirteenth century of the Hijra.

Baku Fire Temple:
It is a Magus temple built in this city before the Islamic conquest.

The city of Gabala

The ancient city of Gabala, which is located in the midst of a picturesque landscape in the embrace of dense forests at the foothills of the mountains of Azerbaijan, is one of the oldest Azerbaijani cities rich in its archaeological and natural attractions. The history of Gabala dates back more than two thousand years, when it was the capital of the ancient state, whose borders were built on these lands during bygone eras. Its population until 2011 reached 12,808 people.

The city of Quba

Quba is a city in northeastern Azerbaijan, and Quba is one of the most charming tourist cities. It is famous for the city of apples and carpets. Guba or Quba hails from a riverfront village called Gudial.

The city of Quba has enjoyed strong economic growth over the past decade, much of it supported by tourism and also dependent on the construction industry. Besides, Quba is famous for making handmade carpets and growing fruits such as apples.

Like other cities in Azerbaijan, Quba was influenced by many cultures during its past history, so you will find its cuisine includes many meals that are familiar to you as an Arab visitor, such as the dish: kebab

The Friday Mosque was built in 1802 AD, with red bricks being built. The mosque consists of a silver-colored dome and a minaret, and it is one of the typical Quba mosques in its architectural design, and it resembles a cylinder that takes the shape of a regular octagonal multi-faceted, and it is one of the oldest mosques in all parts of northeastern Azerbaijan.

The village of the Crimson Kasbah is located on the banks of the river, in the heart of the city of Quba in glittering Azerbaijan. It is a Jewish village rich in many synagogues, and whoever visits it will feel its heritage through the historical riches that are clearly visible in its ancient architectural style.

Nizami Park is full of attractive nature, thanks to it, which surpassed its counterparts in other cities, and the park is distinguished by the quality of its visitors, who are traditional men accustomed to wearing flat hats. The garden includes special sessions under the shade of trees.

Mam Shihr also known as Gunboozli, its architectural design surmounted by a dome that closely resembles the shape of a beehive made of bricks. The bathroom was built in the 18th century of red brick. Its large dome aims to maintain the correct temperature and humidity inside.

Tourism in Kenya

Tourism in Kenya

Tourist places in Kenya

 

General information about Kenya

The Republic of Kenya is located in the eastern part of the African continent, where we find that it passes through the equator circle, and its borders are linked with many African countries, so we find that the Indian Ocean is the one that borders it on the eastern side, and the Republic of Uganda is the one that borders it on the western side, and the Republic of Tanzania is the one that It is bordered on the southern side, the Republic of Ethiopia and also the Republic of the Sudan are the two that border Kenya on the northern side, as for the northeastern side, we find the State of Somalia.

 

 

Amboseli National Park

Amboseli National Park is located in the Loitoktok region, Rift Valley province of Kenya. The park has an area of ​​39,206 hectares (392 km2; 151 m²) in the heart of the 8,000 square km (3,100 sq ft) ecosystem that spreads across the Kenyan border. Tanzanian.

The park is famous for being the best place in Africa to get close to elephants and stand among other wildlife species. Another opportunity the park offers is to meet the Maasai people, and it also offers stunning views of Mount Kilimanjaro, the tallest free-standing mountain in the world.

In Amboseli, there are great skies and contrasting vistas with marshy springs and dry, dusty soil with which hundreds of animals are trampled.

 

Amboseli has an endless groundwater supply filtered through thousands of feet of volcanic rock coming from the Kilimanjaro ice sheet, which drains into the clear spring water at the heart of the park.

Nairobi

Nairobi is the capital of Kenya. In addition to its urban core, the city has Nairobi National Park, a large sanctuary known for the breeding of the endangered black rhino and home to giraffes, zebras, and lions. And next to it is an elephant shelter that is of great interest. Nairobi is often used as a starting point for safaris elsewhere in Kenya.
The city center is the convention center, close to attractions such as the Nairobi National Museum, dedicated to Kenyan art, artifacts, wildlife and early humans. With huts representing the major ethnic groups in Kenya, and a look at traditional tribal life. Tribal arts and crafts are sold in the mobile Masai market.

Maasai Mara

The Maasai Mara is one of the most popular reserves in all of Africa, and is world famous for its exceptional wildlife. Although it comprises only 0.01% of the total area of ​​Africa, more than 40% of Africa’s largest mammals can be found here. Across the vast plains, lions, leopards, tigers, elephants and an endless array of other species can be seen in their natural habitats.

The Masa Mara ecosystem contains about 25% of the wildlife remaining in Kenya. It is estimated that about 70% of Kenya’s wildlife lives outside of national parks and reserves.

 

Tourism in Tanzania

Tourism in Tanzania

Tourist places in Tanzania

General information about Tanzania

Tanzania is located in the east of central Africa, and it shares its borders from the north with the state of Kenya and the state of Uganda, as for the south, it shares its borders with the countries of Mozambique, Zambia and Malawi, and on the western side it shares the borders with the Democratic Republic of the Congo and the states of Rwanda and Burundi, as for its borders Al Sharqiya extends along the Indian Ocean.

 

It is called the Republic of Tanzania, and the reason for its name Tanzania is due to the joining of Tanganyika and Zanzibar together to form the Federal Republic of Tanganyika and Zanzibar in 1964 AD, its main coastal center remained Dar es Salaam as the official capital of the country until 1996 AD, then Dodoma was chosen to be the official capital of the republic. The area of ​​the Republic is 945.203 km2 and its population is approximately 44 million.

Zanzibar island

Unguja, also known as Zanzibar Island, is the main island in the Tanzanian archipelago of Zanzibar. It is an old mall, with mosques and winding lanes. There is also the palace of the former Sultan with its clock tower. The old fort now houses a cultural center and stone amphitheater. Underground aqueducts feed hot water into Persian bathhouses from the late nineteenth century.
At Darajani Market since the early 1900’s, locals have gathered to buy produce, spices and seafood. The Anglican cathedral is on the site of an old slave market. The islands of Morogo and Pang, off Stone Town, are known for their coral reefs and diving sites. The waters around the small island of Mnimba, located off the northeast coast of Unguja, also feature diverse animal and plant marine life. Where dolphins swim off the beaches in the south. The Jozani Forest Reserve is a habitat for red monkeys and other indigenous wildlife.

Arusha

Arusha is a city in eastern Tanzania, located at the base of a volcanic mountain. It is known as the gateway to safari destinations and to Kilimanjaro, the highest peak in Africa, as it is located 100 km northeast.

To the west lies Serengeti National Park, which is home to wildlife including lions, rhinos, giraffes, cheetahs and many other animals. It is marked by annual migrations with large herds of wildlife crossing its plains.
The park is home to many wildlife such as elephants, zebras, wildebeest and deer, many of which are attracted to underground currents during the dry season.

Ngorongoro Crater

Ngorongoro Crater is one of the most famous sites in Africa and is said to have the highest density of wildlife in Africa. Sometimes described as the “eighth wonder of the world,” Crater has achieved worldwide fame, attracting an increasing number of visitors each year. As there is no other place in Africa to see wildlife like Ngorongoro!

The “Ngorongoro Crater” is the largest volcanic basin in the world, forming an astonishing bowl of about 265 square kilometers, with sides up to 600 meters deep; It is home to about 30,000 animals. Wide swaths of clouds revolve around the rocky edge most days of the year, and it is also one of the few places in Tanzania that can get cold at night.

Tourism in Cambodia

Tourism in Cambodia

Tourist places in Cambodia

General information about Cambodia

Cambodia is a country in Southeast Asia that stretches across the low plains, the Mekong deltas, the mountains, and the Gulf of Thailand. The capital of Phnom Penh, it is home to the Central Art Deco Market, the glittering Royal Palace and the National Museum of History and Archeology. In the northwest of the country are the ruins of the Angkor Wat temple, a colossal stone temple built during the Khmer Empire.

Located in the Asian continent, Cambodia covers 176,515 square kilometers of land and 4,520 square kilometers of water, Cambodia became an independent country in 1953, after gaining its sovereignty from France.

Cambodia shares its land borders with 3 countries: Thailand, Vietnam and the Lao People’s Democratic Republic.

 

Siem Reap

A resort town in northwestern Cambodia, it is the gateway to the ruins of Angkor, the seat of the Khmer Kingdom from the 9th to the 15th centuries. The vast Angkor complex of intricate stone buildings includes the Angkor Wat temple, the main temple, depicted on the flag of Cambodia. Mysterious giant faces are carved into the Bayon Temple in Angkor Thom.

As a modern, low-key gateway to the archaeological site, Siem Reap Hotel contains boutique hotels, large resorts, and numerous galleries and spas. The Angkor National Museum features Khmer artifacts, including a display of 1,000 statues and statues of Buddha. The Old Market and Angkor Night Market sell goods like souvenirs, books, and spices. The Old French Quarter offers modern restaurants serving international and Cambodian food (focusing on ingredients like rice and fish). Pub Street is alive after dark.

 

Angkor Wat

It is a temple temple in Cambodia and one of the largest religious monuments in the world, on a site of 162.6 hectares. Originally constructed as a Hindu temple dedicated to the god Vishnu of the Khmer Empire, it was gradually converted into a Buddhist temple at the end of the 12th century.

Bayon Temple

It is an ornately decorated Khmer temple in Angkor, Cambodia. Baiyun was built in the late 12th or early 13th century as the state structure of Bodhi Mahayana King Jayavarman VII, and is located in the center of Jayavarman’s capital, Angkor

Banteay Srei

Or Banteay Srey is a 10th century Cambodian temple dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva. It is located in the Angkor region, near the hill of Phnom Dee, 25 km northeast of the main group of temples that were formerly owned by the two medieval capitals of Yasudrapura and Angkor Thom. Largely constructed of red sandstone, Banteay Srei is a medium to match the elaborate decorative wall sculptures still noticeable today. The buildings themselves are miniature in size, so unusually when measured according to Angkor building standards. These factors made the temple extremely popular with tourists, and led to it being widely hailed as a “precious jewel,” or “Khmer art jewel.” Wikipe

 

Tourism in Japan

Tourism in Japan

Tourist places in Japan

 

General information about Japan

Japan is an island nation in the Pacific Ocean with dense cities, imperial palaces, mountain national parks and thousands of shrines and temples. Shinkansen bullet trains connect to the main islands Kyushu (with the subtropical beaches of Okinawa), Honshu (the memorial home of the atomic bomb in Tokyo and Hiroshima) and Hokkaido (famous for skiing). Tokyo, the capital of India, is famous for its skyscrapers, shopping and popular culture.

Located in the continent of Asia, Japan covers 364,485 square kilometers of land and 13,430 square kilometers of water, making it the second largest country in the world and the number 62nd with a total area of ​​377,915 square kilometers.

 

Japan was established as a distinct and innovative country in the year 1590. Japan has a population of 127,368,088 (2012) and the nation has a density of 349 people per square kilometer.

Japan does not share land borders with any country.

Tokyo

Tokyo, Japan’s buzzing capital city, blends ultra-modern and traditional style, from neon-lit skyscrapers to historic temples. The majestic Meiji Shinto Shrine is famous for its towering gate and surrounding forests, and the Imperial Palace is set amongst large public gardens. The city’s many museums display exhibits ranging from classical art (at the Tokyo National Museum) to the reconstructed kabuki theater (at the Edo Tokyo Museum).

 

The old, narrow streets of the Asakusa neighborhood contain shops and women in the kimonos and the Sensei Puccichi temple from the 7th century. By contrast, Roppongi has live nightclubs and karaoke bars, and Akihabara has high-tech electronics stores. Cozy Japanese-style taverns called izakaya are dotted around the city. The spacious Toyosu Fish Market is famous for its tuna auctions in the morning. Tokyo Skytree offers sweeping views of the city from the public observation deck. Tokyo is known for its vibrant landscapes, and Shibuya and Harajuku are the heart of teenage fashion culture.

Fuji volcano

Mount Japan Fuji is an active volcano about 100 kilometers southwest of Tokyo. Commonly called Fuji-san, it is the highest peak in the country, at an altitude of 3,776 meters. A pilgrimage site for centuries, considered one of Japan’s sacred mountains, hiking remains the pinnacle of popular activity.


Kyoto

Kyoto, once the capital of Japan, is a city located on the island of Honshu. It is famous for its many classic Buddhist temples, as well as gardens, imperial palaces, Shinto shrines, and traditional wooden houses. It is also famous for formal traditions such as kaiseki dining, consisting of multiple courses of delicate dishes, and geisha, girls who often live in the Gion region.

Philosopher’s Walk, a canal-side path lined with cherry and maple trees, is home to temples such as Ginkaku-ji, with a pine-framed pond, and Nanzen-ji, with the famous Zen Garden. Hillside Kiyomizu-dera Temple is famous for its huge veranda supported by trees. Fushimi Inari Taisha Shrine houses a tunnel-like procession featuring hundreds of bright orange Torre gates in the forest. Shogun-era Nijō Castle features elegant interiors carved in wood, while Kinkaku-ji, the Golden Pavilion Temple, is painted in gold leaf.

Arashiyama

Arashiyama is a region located on the western outskirts of Kyoto, Japan. He also points to the mountain across the i River, which forms the backdrop for the area. Arashiyama is a nationally designated historic site and a place of scenic beauty

It is a Buddhist temple complex that was once one of the seven powerful big temples, located in Nara, Japan. The Hall of the Great Buddha houses the world’s largest bronze statue of Viruccana Buddha, known in Japanese.

Osaka

Osaka is a large coastal city and commercial center on the Japanese island of Honshu. It is famous for its modern architecture, nightlife and street food. The major historical landmark is the 16th-century Osaka shogunate Castle, which has undergone many restorations. It is surrounded by a moat and a garden with plum, peach and cherry trees. Sumiyoshi-taisha is among the oldest Shinto shrines in Japan.

 

Dōtonbori, a neon-lit neighborhood, is Osaka’s popular dining and entertainment district, with huge signs in the form of sea creatures hanging above restaurants serving local fare. Other major attractions include Universal Studios Japan, the movie-themed theme park, as well as the Osaka Aquarium. Kaiyukan, who recreates the image of the Pacific Ocean. The top of the Umeda Sky Building, which has glass lifts and an open observatory, has views of the entire city.

Osaka Castle

The castle is a Japanese castle in Chuo-ku, Osaka, Japan. The castle is one of the most famous landmarks in Japan and played a major role in the unification of Japan during the 16th century in the Azuchi-Momoyama period.

Tourism in Vietnam

Tourism in Vietnam

Tourist places in Vietnam

 

 

General information about Vietnam

Vietnam is a country in Southeast Asia on the South China Sea famous for its beaches, rivers, Buddhist temples and bustling cities. Hanoi, the capital, pays tribute to the iconic leader of the Communist era, Ho Chi Minh, through a huge marble mausoleum. Ho Chi Minh City (formerly Saigon) has French colonial landmarks, as well as Vietnamese War History museums and Si Chai Tunnels, used by Viet Cong soldiers.

 

Located in the Asian continent, Vietnam covers 310,070 square kilometers of land and 21,140 square kilometers of water, Vietnam became an independent country in 1954, after obtaining its sovereignty from France. Viet Nam shares land borders with 3 countries: China, Cambodia and the Lao People’s Democratic Republic.

Huế

It is a city in central Vietnam that was the seat of the emperors of the Nguyen Dynasty and the national capital from 1802 to 1945. Among its highlights is the vast ội Nội Castle, which dates back to the nineteenth century, surrounded by a moat and thick stone walls. It includes the imperial city, with palaces and mausoleums. The Forbidden Blue City (Tử cấm thành), which was once the home of the Emperor; A replica of the Theater Royal.

Dragon boats throw the Song Huang River, dubbed “the river of perfumes”, to the flowers that smell the scent of nearby orchards every fall. To the south lie 7 imperial tombs, including the Tu Doc Tomb, with a lake filled with lotus and a pavilion. Another important site, Than Mu Pagoda, dates back to 1601 and contains a monastic complex.Other entertainments include the bustling Dong Ba Market and restaurants serving local dishes like bun bo and delicious noodle soup. Day trips include scenic Thuận An Beach.

Gulf

The Long Bay region in northeastern Vietnam is famous for its emerald waters and thousands of tall limestone islands topped by rainforests. Boat trips and sea kayak excursions take visitors to the islands for which they are named after their shapes, including the Stone Dog and Teapot Islands. The area is popular for scuba diving, rock climbing and hiking activities, particularly in the Cát Bà Mountain National Park.

Ho Chi Minh City

(Known as Saigon) is a city in South Vietnam famous for the pivotal role it played in the Vietnam War. It is also famous for its French colonial landmarks, including Notre Dame Cathedral, made entirely of materials imported from France, and the central post office in the 19th century. Food stalls line the streets of the city, especially around the bustling B Thn Thành Market.

The Saigon wartime story is told in the War Remnants Museum, the network of tunnels at Chai and the Palace of Independence, where North Vietnamese tanks broke through the famous gates in April 1975 CE Saigon Zoo and Botanical Gardens are home to rare elephants, tigers and orchids. Native plants and animals can also be seen in the Cần Giờ Biosphere Reserve, a mangrove forest at the mouth of the Saigon River. Filled with incense statues and carvings, the Jade Emperor Pagoda features elaborate statues and a turtle pond.

Hanoi

, The capital of Vietnam, with centuries-old architecture and rich culture with Southeast Asian influences, China and France. In the heart of the city is the old, chaotic neighborhood, where narrow streets are arranged by commerce. There are several smaller temples, including the Bach Ma, a tribute to the legendary horse, as well as the Xng Xuân Market.

 

Other attractions include the One Pillar Pagoda, a small temple atop a stone pillar, and the 11th-century Temple of Literature, which was once home to a Confucian Academy. French colonial buildings dot the city, from the neoclassical opera house to the restored Saint Joseph’s Cathedral. The mausoleum of the communist leader Ho Chi Minh and the museum in Hoa Lo Prison (also known as Hanoi Hilton, who held prisoners of war) recall the Vietnam War. Cultural activities range from Tai Chi martial arts around Hoàn Kiếm Lake to traditional music and a water puppet room.