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1. Sightseeing tour
Pattaya Sightseeing tour
This tour is included in almost all packages. You should not neglect it, as well as meeting with a hotel guide, because whoever it is, you still visit a wonderful place – Buddha Hill, which offers a magnificent, simply unforgettable view of the city. The tour is free and takes half a day.
Many operators also include visits to certain tourist sites. This may be a serpentine farm, an aquarium, an elephant village or something else that you definitely want to look at later, but if you don’t do it on a “review” you have to spend some money.
In addition, you will definitely be brought to one or several trading places. This is usually a jewelry factory (one of two), in addition, a sightseeing tour may include visits to a latex factory, pharmacy and / or leather goods store. It is not long, but it can also be very interesting and fascinating. Continue reading
There is such a magazine about billionaires – Forbes. This year, this magazine has chosen several magical places in the world where you can ask for financial well-being, health and even love.
Altar Erawan. Bangkok. One of the most respected places on this list is the Erawan Altar, this is in the capital of Thailand – Bangkok. Here you can make a wish, and it doesn’t matter whether it is material or spiritual, with almost one hundred percent guarantee of its fulfillment.
It is easy to find – the altar is located at one of the most busy intersections of Bangkok, at the junction of Ratchadamri and Pkhloen Chit streets, two hundred meters from the Chit Lom station of the Skytrain in Bangkok, opposite one of the largest shopping centers in the city – Central World Plaza . Continue reading
Touch the holy places
The first – and most common – is visiting iconic places for a given religion. Believers go or go to places where legendary, significant events took place or occur: many pilgrims from time immemorial come to Mecca, Jerusalem, Golgotha, Orthodox churches, the Vatican, major Buddhist temples.
Even in the Middle Ages, people believed that in such “centers of faith” their prayers have a special efficacy. Associated with the name of a prophet, a saint, or a divine sign, these places have always accumulated many pilgrims. For example, today the main center of pilgrimage in France is Lourdes. In the middle of the XIX century, this city in the heart of the Pyrenees was overshadowed by the appearance of the Virgin Mary Bernadette Soubira in the Massabiel grotto. Continue reading