SIGHTSEEING Singapore is the center of urban tourism and one of the main world business centers, therefore all the attractions that await tourists, one way or another, are urban in nature: museums, amusement parks, shopping areas, architectural monuments, business, Chinese, Indian, colonial quarters, monuments World War II, gardens and parks. The main tourist attractions are located in three tourist centers of Singapore: CBD (Central Business District), Sentosa Island, Jurong. The state of Singapore is located at 2 S just two hundred kilometers from the equator on the island of Singapore, which makes up 3/4 of the country’s territory, the island of Sentosa, as well as on hundreds of small islands around. CBD (Central Business District) is the heart of the city, its very center. This central area includes colonial, Chinese, and business districts, the main shopping street, Orchard Road, noisy, fun neighborhoods with hundreds of restaurants and cafes, Boat Key and Clark Key. Here are the most popular and fashionable hotels. Chijmes Building is a former monastery building and part of Singapore’s national heritage. Here you can eat, shop and just have a good time. The Chimes Hall Chapel hosts concert evenings and theater performances. Continue reading
Nowadays, it seems that the modern world is more than ever open to study. Space exploration, functional gadgets and 3D technology – we have proven that we can do everything. It is difficult to imagine how our ancestors lived on Earth before technological progress.
Although mankind has stepped far forward, many secrets of the ancient world are still beyond our reach. The majestic Stonehenge, the ancient Mayan settlement, the pompous Peter, the grand Terracotta army, the silent “inhabitants” of Easter Island – who and how created these legends, scientists find out to this day. We will tell you about the most impressive places, the appearance of which is attributed to an extraterrestrial character.
Stonehenge Monolith Observatory (UK)
Around the megalithic structure there are many speculations in the circles of researchers. At different times, the creation of the observatory was attributed either to the wizard Merlin, or to the ancient Romans, and some modern scholars believe that Stonehenge is the shrine of the Druids. According to the latest data, Stonehenge is a little younger than the pyramids in Egypt by age. Presumably it was built four thousand years ago. Continue reading
Due to the surrounding highlands, the Mani Peninsula is considered by the Greeks to be relatively wild and remote. Among the olive groves, on the coast, below the rocky peaks of the Taygetos mountain range, whose highest point (Profitis Ilias) is located at an altitude of 2407 m, Stupa is located. Surrounded by three azure bays, this city offers a relaxing break from the noise of the metropolis and gives you the opportunity to join the culture of Greece, try to find dryads and nymphs among the riot of greenery.
1. Nature inspiring creativity
“The Greatest British Travel Writer in Life” Patrick “Paddy” Fermor (1915-2011) chose the surroundings of Stupa in order to spend his rest of his life on the Mani Peninsula. The traveler traveled to many countries and described many of his adventures, but only here could find peace. Kardamyls, which are located near the Stupa, became Fermoru’s home. Continue reading