Odenza Reviews Bangkok, Thailand

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Bangkok, the capital of Thailand, is a big city among the world’s top tourist destinations. Known for it’s beautifully ornate shrines and energetic street life.

There are a great variety of tourist places in Bangkok, mostly historical attractions and temples with elaborate architecture and art.

If you only visit one major historical tourist attraction in Bangkok, it should be The Grand Palace. The royal complex lives up to its name, with remarkable structures that would outshine some of the most decadent modern monarchs. It’s also the home of Wat Phra Kaeo, which houses the Jade Buddha.

Odenza Reviews Madrid, Spain.

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Madrid, Spain’s central capital is a city of elegant boulevards and spacious, manicured parks and gardens like the Buen Retiro. It’s well-known for its rich repositories of European art, including the Prado Museum’s works by Goya, Velázquez and other Spanish masters. The portico-lined Plaza Mayor is The heart of old Hapsburg Madrid, and nearby is the baroque Royal Palace and Armory, exhibiting historic weaponry.

It’s perfect for a culture-rich weekend or extended break, with great food and an energetic atmosphere that goes long into the night. Madrid is a captivating place whose total energy carries a simple message: this city really knows how to live.

I hope this review of Madrid, Spain will encourage you to visit soon!

 

 

Odenza Reviews Malta, Europe.

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Malta is a little, island country in the Mediterranean Sea located south of the island of Sicily, Italy.  Malta packs wonderful variety into its compact archipelago. You’ll find pre-historic temples, hidden coves, fossil-studded cliffs, exciting scuba diving and a history of amazing intensity.  Ancient history and island adventure merge impeccably in Malta.

Hopefully this review will inspire you to take a trip to Malta soon!

Odenza Reviews Antigua and Barbuda, Caribbean

Lively Antigua and Barbuda move to the music of steel drums. You can visit a different beach each day and not repeat yourself for a full year—and that’s why tourists and celebrities alike flock to this sun-soaked Caribbean island. Take a day cruise, rent some diving gear or cruise up the beach on a Segway for a real adventure, island-style.

Visitors love its warm waters which are an endless hue of blues, and the long stretches of sparkling sand sprinkled across both Antigua and its little sister island Barbuda are so stunning that celebrities including Oprah have ended up buying homes here.

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Odenza Reviews Cairns, Queensland

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The gateway to Queensland’s tropical north, Cairns is a laid-back city best enjoyed outdoors.

Visit Cairns for the Great Barrier Reef and Wet Tropics World Heritage Rainforest, but don’t miss the great things to do in and around town. You’ll find brilliant cafés, bustling markets and plenty of beaches nearby. Relax by a resort pool or spend your days exploring this tropical oasis.

I hope this review of Cairns, Queensland will encourage you to visit soon!

Hallstatt, Austria

Hallstatt, Upper Austria, Austria, Europe.

The picturesque village on the lake with the same name owes its existence to the rich salt deposit of salt in the mountain of Hallstatt.

Among the most beautiful places of interest are the oldest salt mine in the world and the ossuary in Hallstatt, a romantic boat ride on Lake Hallstatt, a trip to the breathtaking cave world in Obertraun and a visit to the Lake Gosau with the mighty Dachstein glacier. Additionally, Bad Goisern is popular in the summer with hikers and bikers. In winter guests are lured in by the ski areas of Dachstein West in Gosau and the Ski and Freeride Arena in neighboring Obertraun with perfect slope conditions.

Blue Caves, Zakynthos Island, Greece

 

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The Blue Caves are one of the most popular attractions of Zakynthos Island.

Tourists can explore the caves on their own by boat or with one of the many organized tours. The Blue Caves consist of particular geologic formations giving life to a succession of caves along the North-West coast of the island; they start soon after Agios Nikolaos and end near Skinari Cape.