Queenstown is often praised as New Zealand's “Adventure Capital” and “Outdoor Paradise”... It can be said that Queenstown is made up of a variety of outdoor activities. Bungee jumping, skydiving, paragliding... each one will make your adrenaline soar!
Fuyang is located at the Western part of Zhejiang Province. It is a typical city with rivers and mountains in Jiangnan. It has a reputation of “The world’s best mountain water comes from Fuchun”.You may visit Longmen Ancient Town, the largest settlement of Sun Quan’s descendants, as well as tour around Huang Gongwang's Reclusive Place, the actual site where "Dwelling in the Fuchun Mountains" originated from.
Top Family Resort in Aisa - Sentosa, an Outlying Island of Singapore
Sentosa, an outlying island of Singapore, is known as a "top family resort in Asia". The only Universal Studios in Southeast Asia, the world's largest SEA aquarium, and Siloso Beach, where abundant recreational activities are held, are located here. This place truly caters to all kinds of people.
A journey on the cote de azure by bicycle. This French Riviera Half-Day eBike Tour from Nice is a tour that starts from 10 AM at the old town of Nice. Once we get on the e-bikes, which looks like the folding bikes we have in China, we will go biking for 4 hours during the day, and even when we go up hills, it will not be too tiring. The route departs from Nice, follows the coast to
A quiet and low-key charming town, suitable for sports and relaxation, whether it is parachuting in summer, hiking in spring, autumn leaves watching, or winter skiing
Located in the Wanaka Lake District, Wanaka is less than 100 km from Queenstown and is considered the premier destination for tourism and holiday outside Queenstown. The outdoor activities here are comparable to Queenstown, and it is a must-see destination outside of Queenstown. It is suitable for a stay of 1-2 days.
Located near the Southern Alps and Lake Wakatipu, Queenstown is one of New Zealand’s most popular destinations. It is both a leisurely resort and a lively outdoor paradise where you can try out all kinds of exciting extreme outdoor sports, such as bungee jumping, parachuting and paragliding.
One of the seven Emirates that completes the UAE, Dubai, is a complex whole of nature and human-made miracles. Its bustling economy, state-of-the-art infrastructure, oil reserves, and hospitality industry are very inviting. From a desert in the late 90s’ to an engineering marvel in the 21st Century, Dubai attracts over 16 million people, most of who either visit for leisure or work. Skyscrapers and rich Arabian heritage dominate the city. Jumeirah Island is one of the most innovative artificial Islands ever to exist. It is home to luxury villas and world-class hotels, including Burj Al Arab and the Atlantis. Don’t be surprised to find supercars by your taxi every 20 minutes, Dubai is also a popular destination for motorsports. This Emirate also caters to shopaholics. The Old Dubai spice market and boutique stores at the Mall of Emirates, there are infinite products on the line.
Queenstown, New Zealand, is a scenic town in the Southern Island and one of the most beautiful regions offering year-round attractions. The town is at the mouth of Lake Wakatipu and is surrounded by the beautiful Southern Alps Mountains. It is a place well renowned for adventure sports, vineyards, and its old mining town.
Las Vegas is a glamorous city that attracts visitors of every sort with some of the most popular reasons being dining experiences, endless gaming opportunities and beat-pumping nightclubs. Yet there are so many outdoor enthusiasts who are also attracted by the city because of the relatively close distance to the magnificent Grand Canyon.