Cancun is known globally as being the destination where young American students go to celebrate Spring Break every year, but what you have to know is that Cancun has so many amazing reasons to visit at anytime of the year. It's hard to believe that it used to be a small, little known town, now it is probably one of the most famous resorts that the Caribbean has.
I have been to Cancun before, my holiday there has to be one of the best times I have had in my life. Here are 3 of the reasons why I fell in love with this famous resort that is perfectly located on the Caribbean coast.
You won't be surprised to hear that the main reason people head to Cancun is because of the beaches. The water is beautiful, the sweeping beaches look glorious when the sun is shining and the when you go for a dip in the ocean the temperature is just right. If you like to stay active then you'll love checking out all of the activities on offer; jet skiing, volleyball, scuba diving and much more!
You don't need to worry about having great weather if you're heading to Cancun, for over 250 days a year the sun is shining and the best news is that there is very little rain to speak of. If you want a tan, to relax by the pool or beach and lounge around in swim shorts and flips flops then this is the place for you!
If you're going all the way to Mexico then you might as well spoil yourself, right? Whilst it is very easy to visit Cancun on a tight budget it is also very easy to splash out and live the life of luxury. How does waking up in a 5 star hotel and seeing nothing but the blue ocean from your window sound?
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One of the most popular tourist destinations in the world, Hong Kong is a thriving and vibrant city set amongst beautiful natural surroundings. An open city with a wonderful natural harbour, Hong Kong is a meeting place of various exotic Chinese cultures. Hong Kong provides a wide range of fun filled activities for visitors around the globe.
One of the city’s most notable landmarks is the Victoria Peak. Look down at the city’s incredible skyline from this famous vantage point. Located at the foothills of Sha Tin Mountain, the Temple of Ten Thousand Buddhas is one of the most famous monasteries in the city. Visit the serene Wong Sai Temple and walk through the calm Chinese gardens. Explore the ancient Chinese history and discover exclusive artefacts at the Hong Kong Museum of Art. Visit the Clock Tower. Standing tall as an elegant reminder of the past, the Clock Tower is the highlight of Hong Kong.
Probably one of the most fascinating places to visit in Hong Kong is the Temple street night market. From opera singers to Chinese fortune tellers, this market will leave you awestruck and you will enjoy the theatre and festivity of the traditional Chinese culture. Visit the Avenue of Stars, representing the glamour of the famous Hong Kong film industry. Watch the illustrious show named ‘A Symphony of Lights’ while at the Avenue of Stars. Embark upon a magical journey in Hong Kong’s Disneyland. From Mystic point to Grizzly Gulch to the Toy Story Land, Disneyland provides a mix of adventures for all ages. Hire a traditional Chinese Junk and set off away from the main city. Visit the Lamma Island, for a lunch at its famous sea food restaurants. You can board a harbour cruise and see the magnificent city of lights from its symbolic centre.
Listen to the songbirds tweet in elaborate mahogany cages at the Yuen Po Street Bird Garden. Feed them grasshoppers while listening to their melodious tweets. Visit the Zoological and Botanical Gardens. The gardens have an interesting mix of flora and fauna from different species of birds and mammals to the rare yellow Camellia. Get on to the rooftop of the Peninsula Hotel and take Heli-Tour of the city at night. Watch the dazzling city during the night and experience the beauty of the man made attractions of Hong Kong. With abundance of blue-collar clients at shared tables, Lin Heung Tea House is a place to visit. Enjoy delicious dim sums with a fine cup of tea.
The nightlife of Hong Kong is something you just cannot miss. You can visit various pubs and clubs in the city. Aqua Spirit Bar is styled like a Buddha Bar and overlooks the fantastic skyline of Hong Kong from the 30th floor. You can visit various other bars like Club 64, La Dolce Vita, The Charter Lounge etc. Some of the finest places to dine at Hong Kong would be Alibi, Blue Lemon, Daruma Ramen House, Post 97, Tandoor etc.Add a comment