Posted by Admin | 11 Feb 2020The Macau Museum of China is an epitome of the beautiful Portuguese maritime influence on Macau and China. The Museum is filled with the historical Macau sail boat replicas and Portugal industrial theme with different decks about different examples of the era. The place where the Museum is located is called Barra Pagoda where the Portuguese first landed according to many first hand believers. The building itself is shaped like a boat anchored in a harbor. It's 3 storied and different stories have different exhibits like we mentioned earlier. Check out the host, Karuna having a close look at the ancient Boat models and getting awed by knowing about the history and trade between Portugal and South China.
China hosts a steel Wing Coaster
Posted by Admin | 9 Mar 2022
The Chimelong Ocean Kingdom of Zhuhai, China hosts a steel Wing Coaster that is a recent addition to the park. The 'Parrot Roller Coaster' can go very high up the sky and at certain times, a view of t
Cultural tourism and Brook Farm
Posted by Admin | 12 Nov 2021
We have heard of cultural tourism and how it's more important for a tourist to explore and understand different kinds of culture for broadening one's pluralist views. Many visit Paris to broaden their
What’s the least visited country in the world?
Posted by Admin | 10 Nov 2021
Tourists always usually search or go for the tourist place that's most popular or beautiful or weird at least. But no-one would want to know about the least visited country in the world. Some still ha
Great Pyramids of Giza, the tomb of Khufu
Posted by Admin | 2 Nov 2021
Giza city is the second-largest city of Egypt after Cairo and is the 4th largest in all of Africa. This place of Egypt records the hottest of temperatures and has the oldest relics from past civilizat
How is it like to travel to Madeira
Posted by Admin | 30 Oct 2021
Madeira, also known politically as, Autonomous region of Madeira, is one of the autonomous islands of Portuguese. The Portuguese Island of Madeira has been historically popular since 72 BCE. There are