The Blue Mountains is a mountain range located in New South Wales, Australia, and it’s a popular attraction for tourists in Sydney. Although to me, the scenery is not the most jaw-dropping sight as compared with other famous scenic sites in the world, the mountain has its own specialty and a coal mining history that hold dear to the native Australian. The Blue Mountains was named for a reason – Do you know why the Blue Mountains are blue?
There are so many iconic sights in the city which I think takes at least a week in the city to cover all them all; While it might take a little bit more time to explore the new shops and restaurants in the city, here are my list of classic and iconic places in New York City that you must visit!
A friend of mine had ONLY a day in London & I am determined to cover as much as possible! V&A, biking in Hyde Park & Westminster, Sketch, and all the way to Tower Bridge, and City Hall, and finally salt beef in Selfridges.
Oslo: a stylish, trendy, fashionable and modern Norwegian Capital. Vigelandsparken is one of the must-see places in the city. I knew I was in for a treat but it was until I actually visited the park and it has become my favorite urban park that I have visited so far!
It was an ordinary aquarium in Shinagawa, Tokyo.
Last July, the site was reopened after a renovation with new attractions and facilities. Immediately it became a new and trendy recreational spot in the district…
A short cherry blossom “how-to” guide and night viewing experience in Shukkeien, Hiroshima!
It was the first time that I saw Sakura at night and the serenity and tranquility of the garden even calmed me more. Back home, as I flip through the photos the Sakura was illuminated from the complete darkness, as if a postcard with special printing effects on the flower…
It is not uncommon for a city to have wall paintings or graffiti on buildings. But when I heard Tainan has a street for it, I immediately put this on my agenda. I am talking about the ‘Haianlu’ Art Street. Haianlu Art Street is a renovated art avenue in Tainan with wall paintings and bustle nightlife.
Every year, Naejangsan celebrates the season change by converting its color palette from green to layers and layers of red, orange and yellow on the natural canvas; it is a tradition for the locals and tourists to join the festivity and together marvel at the wonderfulness of the mother-nature.
The park is just getting more special – Yayoi Kusama is a world-recognized avant garde modern artist and her polka dots could be spotted and recognized by many many art-lovers in a heartbeat.
Outside the café you there is a pop-up gift shop and exhibit of Kusama’s exhibit imageries; something that art fans should not be missed! http://wp.me/p5Lw9a-co