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The top ten international tourist attractions

The top ten international tourist attractions

The 2019 international scenic spots list has been selected by the friends. The small series excerpts the information about the top ten tourist attractions in the international attractions and shares with you. If you want to play, you may wish to go to the following places.

Venice

The famous water city of Venice is Italy’s most famous city and one of the most romantic travel destinations in the world. St. Mark’s Square is located in the heart of the city and is surrounded by the famous cathedral. If you are a cultural enthusiast, Venice has some of the most beautiful masterpieces in the world, and countless churches, museums and palaces are worth a visit; if you are romantic, you can take a punt to visit, but remember more Bring some money. It is best not to go to Venice in the summer, because summer visitors are the most.

  1. Amsterdam Canal

There are more than 2,000 “boat houses” on the Amsterdam River, although they are houseboats but fully equipped. You can truly appreciate the unique charm of the water city by visiting Amsterdam by glass boat. The boat sails through the famous river course, which is lined with typical Dutch traditional houses. More than 400 bridges on the canals of Amsterdam outline the most beautiful curves of the canal. The river shines in the sunshine, rafting in the river, and the ancient buildings on both sides of the river and the windmills in the distance.

  1. Maldives

The Republic of Maldives (formerly known as the Maldives Islands, changed its current name in April 1969) is located in South Asia and is an island nation in the Indian Ocean. It consists of more than 1,200 small coral islands, of which 202 are inhabited. The northeast is 675 kilometers away from Sri Lanka, and the northern part is about 113 kilometers away from the island of Minico in India. The Maldives is the second smallest country in Asia and the largest coral island country in the world. The southern equatorial strait and the once-half strait are the main means of maritime traffic. The Maldives is unable to build railways due to environmental factors, but it still has Ibrahim Nasir International Airport. Although the country is small and the country is not long, there are many festivals, and the country is also an Islamic country. The Maldives is also known as “the necklace of God throwing the world” and “the last paradise on the Indian Ocean.”

  1. Dubai

It is the second largest emirate of the United Arab Emirates, covering an area of 3,885 square kilometers, accounting for 5% of the total area of the United Arab Emirates. In 2002, the population reached 1.112 million. Dubai economic strength ranks second in the UAE, and about 70% of non-oil trade in the UAE is concentrated in Dubai. So it is customary that Dubai is known as the “trade capital” of the UAE. It is also the entrepot trade center of the entire Middle East. Dubai has the world’s first seven-star hotel, the world’s largest shopping mall, the world’s largest indoor ski resort and more.

  1. Singapore

Singapore is an island country in Southeast Asia. The country is located at the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula. It is separated from Indonesia by the Singapore Strait on the south and the Johor Strait on the north. It is connected to Malaysia by two long banks. Singapore is one of the most affluent countries in the world. It belongs to the emerging developed countries. Its economic model is called “state capitalism” and is known for its stable political, clean and efficient government. Singapore is one of the most important financial, service and shipping centres in Asia. According to the Global Financial Center Index, Singapore is the fourth largest financial center in the world after New York, London and Hong Kong. Singapore is also the fourth richest region in East Asia, second only to Hong Kong, Japan and South Korea. Singapore has a great reputation for urban cleaning, so it has the reputation of “garden city”.

  1. Bali

 

Bali is an Indonesian island located at the western end of the Little Sunda Islands. It is roughly rhombic and has a main axis. Due to the influence of Indian culture and religion in history, most of the residents believe in Hinduism and are the only places in Indonesia that believe in Hinduism. But the Hinduism here is not the same as Hinduism in India. It is a combination of Hindu teachings and Balinese customs, called Bali Hinduism. Residents mainly worship the three gods (Brazil, Vishnu, Shiva) and Buddhism’s Sakyamuni, and also worship the sun god, water god, fire god…

  1. Phuket

PhuketIsland, the southern island of Thailand, is located on the Andaman Sea off the west coast of the Malay Peninsula in southern Thailand. The capital, Phuket Town, is located in the southeastern part of the island and is a large port and commercial center. Phuket is the largest island in Thailand and the smallest in Thailand. Known as “a pearl of the Andaman Sea” with its fascinating scenery and rich tourism resources. Phuket is rich in natural resources and has the reputation of “Zhenbao Island” and “Treasure Island”. The main mineral is tin, which is also rich in rubber, seafood and various fruits.

  1. Barcelona

Located on the Mediterranean shore in northeastern Spain, Barcelona is the second largest city in Spain and the largest industrial center. With a population of about 1.75 million, it has a major economic status in Spain. The climate is pleasant, beautiful and historic. It is known as the “Pearl of the Iberian Peninsula” and is the most famous tourist destination in Spain. It is an ancient cultural city in Spain and is known as the Manhattan of the Mediterranean. The old buildings with Gothic style and high-rise buildings complement each other to form the fascinating skyline of Barcelona.

  1. Provence

Provence is located in the southeast of France, adjacent to the Mediterranean Sea and Italy, extending from the Mediterranean coast to the inland hilly region, with a large river “Rhone” flowing in between. Since ancient times, the sun and the blue sky, the charming Mediterranean and the lavender lavender have made the world amazing. Provence has a number of famous cities such as Aix-en-Provence and Marseille, as well as Arles, Gede, Avignon and Nimes. .

  1. Caribbean

Whether it’s along the Malecon seaside promenade or the pristine countryside between the golden sands or the hinterland, Cuba is truly a romantic place to see the setting sun. The roofs of the old towns of the eighteenth century or the hilltops of the mountains are great places to see the sunset. The picturesque waterfalls of Salton add a touch of romance to the setting sun, lakes, farms and tranquil cocoa plantations are surrounded by the world, bathed in golden sunshine, Baraka’s old world charm golden sunshine The little bit is hidden in sight.

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