Favorite restaurant in Bangkok?
Markets like Seomun are some of my favorites to research and it did not disappoint! Take a trip there to encounter one of the things you must do at Daegu!
Familiarise yourself with Legalities
Tezpur is known as the capital of Assamese culture, including performances of local indigenous dances like the Bihu dance along with the Bagurumba. Devotion to Shiva is clear in Tezpur, together with Hindu temples devoted to him in and around the city. I can not recommend the street food in Tezpur enough; it is heavenly. I couldn’t get enough of it and when you’re a foodie like me, you will not be able to, either!
Introduction to Ruse
And finally, you’ll arrive at the double-decker bridge, a two-layer bridge of twisting, intertwining banyan tree roots that overlook a pool of water with stones all around it. It is a breathtaking sight and is one of the coolest things I’ve ever seen in my travels.
Visit the Uffizi Gallery in Florence
Damn.When I had to select just one, I’d do Costa Rica. Flight and I am an outdoorsy gal, which Costa Rica is fantastic for. I’d zipline throughout the treetops at Monteverde, kayak (or even white-water raft) at Manuel Antonio National Park, surf at Tamarindo, hit at the spa at Nayara Springs near Arenal, and visit Bhodi Tree Yoga Resort for the yoga fix.
Attempt Mutton Soup at Cheng Cheng Restaurant
During its heyday, Ayla, built in 650 AD, was the first Islamic city outside of the Arabian Peninsula. These early Muslims designed special buildings called Misr. Each had a mosque, rooms for the local governors and quarters for the local tribes. Today the city lies in ruin but visitors can explore the area for free.
How Am I Supposed To Get There?
Between Lycabittus hill and Syntagma Square sits the posh Kolonaki district. Bordered by the regal embassies of Vasilissis Sofias Avenue, Kolonaki is known for its high fashion boutiques, upscale eateries, and coffee houses. The area is perfect for an afternoon stroll and a bite to eat around Kolonaki Square, that is if you don’t mind shelling out twice as much money as you would in other areas of Athens. Day or night, you could sit back and people watch over an ice cream or glass of wine at one of its many trendy restaurants. Parking spaces in Kolonaki are limited and expensive, so we recommend taking the metro or walking.