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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
A vacation of your dream, such as diving on the Great Barrier Reef, skiing in the Swiss Alps, can forever remain just a dream, if you don’t hurry, writes McClatchy News Service. Magic coral reefs near the Australian coast may disappear from the face of the Earth by 2050, according to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. And the increase in temperature in the Alps is forcing tour operators to use more and more equipment to create snow, according to forbestraveler.com.
Global warming is progressing and more and more ecotourists are rushing to those parts of the world that were previously ignored, such as the poles of the Earth and other remote regions. Such sights can be called climatic, something like a farewell to the “best hits” of the Earth. We offer you a short list of places that, according to scientists, global warming may affect in the first place. Continue reading
The New Year is traditionally a family holiday, and for the winter holidays, tourists often expect to be with their children “visiting a fairy tale.” For those who are planning a similar trip, TURPROM offers instructions on the fantastic map of Russia: how to visit Santa Claus? where is the Snow Maiden’s tower? And what other New Year’s fun waiting for parents with children in the Russian open spaces?
As you know, for almost twenty years, since 1999, the main New Year wizard of the country lives in the city of Veliky Ustyug. The idea to settle in the Vologda forests of Santa Claus was very successful. It was the efforts of this “brand” that increased the attendance of the region to 300 thousand tourists a year, as a result, the city makes far-reaching plans – right up to the airport reconstruction, and also plans to expand the territory of Father Frost’s Land. Continue reading