Brighton Bathing Boxes#melbourneaustralia
The colorful and scenic #brighton Bathing Boxes is a nice photo opportunity when visiting #melbourneaustralia especially during #summervacation.
These beautiful bath huts are also historical, some being there since the early 1900s. From the bathhouses you can see the nice Port Phillip Bay. These bathhouses are used to store everything from fishing equipment to being used as a shelter.
Check them out when you next visit Melbourne!
If you’re looking for an off the beaten path kind of beach vacation, look no further than Vietnam’s Mui Ne!
Surrounded by beautiful beaches, Mui Ne is the kind of place where you can enjoy the waves by surfing, stand up paddling, wind surfing and more. Of course you can also just laze about on the beach drinking from coconuts sold by locals like I did 🌴🥥
In addition to the lovely beaches, you can also check out the fairy stream, a cool walking path through the dunes that leads to mini waterfall 🏞
The canals of Amsterdam is world famous and a unique place to visit.
See how houses are built right above canals and a whole city is built around them. Plenty of people living in boat houses which are of different and interesting shapes, colors and sizes.
Plenty of good food and attractions in the city. A good way to get around is by boat so buy the Amsterdam pass which gives you access to so many things.
Most visitors to Thailand expect to have a spiritual encounter with an elephant, Thailand's most beloved animal. Elephant's World gives visitors the chance to do so in an ethical manner. The elephants at this sanctuary have been rescued after years of toil and abuse.
You spend the day in the service of the elephants, providing food for them and bathing them in the river, rather than riding them or watching them perform shows. It's a way to help abused elephants while also giving back in a meaningful way.
The magnificent seven-tiered Erawan Falls are the major attraction of the jungly Erawan National Park, which provides a relaxing antithesis to some of Kanchanaburi's emotionally charged historical attractions.
In a beautiful location surrounded by rich flora and limestone mountains, the water pours down the mountains. The blue pools are a beautiful site for a cool swim on a hot day, and a scenic hiking track goes up to the top of the falls (watch out for thieving monkeys along the way).
If you put your feet in the water, you might notice fish nibbling at your toes. Elephants, gibbons, and king cobras are among the numerous animals to be found in the national park. (You'll want to avoid the last one.)
The windmills of Zaanse Schans are one of the most famous places to see these historical windmills in The Netherlands. Follow a day trip or take the sightseeing bus to reach these beautiful windmills. They are housed in a wonderful little site so it is easy to get around, there are also food options around and a shoe making factory. The nearby museum has a shop too if you like to get some souvenirs. It can get rainy so bring along an umbrella or raincoat.
One of the places I definitely will try to go back to again.
Hellfire Pass is a railway cutting in Thailand on the former Burma Railway, often known as the Death Railway. It is located in the province of Kanchanaburi in western Thailand. This pass was constructed with forced labor during WWII, primarily by allied prisoners of war from a variety of countries.
The work was done in terrible conditions, with many prisoners of war losing their lives. Hellfire Pass got its name because the pass was lit up by torchlights at night, making the prisoners working in these hard conditions at night with the red light blazing on them look like they were in Hell.
I have long heard that Anji has such a good place to bring children to experience Jiangsu. It is also very convenient. I got off the highway for more than 10 minutes. I thought that the mountain road is more difficult to walk, but the road on this side is a super spacious and comfortable resort. It’s also very easy to find a place. I saw the butler waiting for us at the door. The butler came to help us with our luggage. Such a good service made us feel very comfortable. We stayed in the small planet room although it is not particularly big. There is a small tent and archery in a very comfortable room. There is also a small balcony. The balcony is just outside of the lake. If you look out from the balcony, the scenery is really beautiful. The bamboo forest and the lake are so beautiful. The room is a 1.8 bed and it is just fine for a family of three. The lights and electrical appliances are all controlled by the mobile phone. You can turn on the TV when you sleep on the bed. You don’t have to turn off the TV every time you are sleepy after watching the TV. Haha. In the afternoon, take the children to the nearby Dazhuhai and Gaojiatang scenic spots to play and listen. The butler said that there are Bamboo Expo Garden and Hello Kitty Paradise nearby because we still like the scenery and a quieter place to play for a while. It may be autumn because there are not many people here, but I heard from the butler that the summer room here It’s full of self feeling every day. The weather here is just right. Haha, the autumn here is very beautiful and the air is super good. It’s not crowded to have a better experience. Dinner is dining in the forest restaurant. It feels like the restaurant upstairs is a good photo spot here. The photos I took were sent to the circle of friends and friends said it was a fairyland dinner on earth. The set meal for 2 to 3 people was booked one day in advance. I was worried that the dishes would not be enough to eat, but the amount of dishes here i
The Thailand-Burma Railway Centre's carefully-curated exhibits provide an excellent overview of the railway's history as well as the horrific conditions endured by the POWs and forced laborers who built it.
From the Japanese invasion through the lives of some of the survivors after the war, poignant human tales, images, artifacts, and videos highlight this grim chapter of history. After you've seen all of the museum displays, take a stroll across the street to the well-kept Kanchanaburi War Cemetery.
Ola Beach Club Sentosa
This beach club has everything, from a very posh looking restaurant to a very cool cafe, plenty of water sports activities like kayaks and stand up paddles for rental to a swimming pool. It has of course a great view of the beach and the sea from both ground floor and from up the building. service is usually good and fast.
Its a great place to have hang out and can be easily reached from beach shuttle or buses.
The Death Railway Bridge, also known as the "Bridge on the River Kwai" after the popular film of the same name, is Kanchanaburi's most well-known historical site. During WWII, it was built with the help of British, Dutch, and American prisoners of war.
The bridge was part of the Thai-Burmese "Death Railway," so named because so many men perished while it was being built. The railway would have helped supply supplies to Japanese troops battling the British in adjacent Burma, therefore development was overseen by Japanese forces.
Today, you can stroll or take a train across this bridge, which still has portions of the original framework. Surrounding the location are market stalls selling food and goods.
Kanchanaburi is a province in western Thailand with a rich culture and fascinating history. This, combined with the fact that it is easily accessible from Bangkok, makes it one of Thailand's most interesting destinations to visit.
The area can be reached from Bangkok by rail, bus, or private conveyance in about 3 hours, making it an excellent day trip or half-night excursion. Visit Kanchanaburi and be pleasantly surprised by the province's beauty and entertainment.