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Dusit Zoo

Dusit Zoo

Bangkok, Thailand

A vast and lush area of Dusit Zoo is home to over 1,000 birds and nearly 2,000 animals. Many of these are close to extinction and provide tourists with the rare opportunity to appreciate the biological diversity that exists so far. Children will also enjoy the animal shows presented periodically throughout the day. This is a zoo cum public park and makes an excellent spot for tourists to unwind ...

The Grand Palace

The Grand Palace

Bangkok, Thailand

This is arguable the most famous of Bangkok's attractions. The Grand Palace which once housed the Thai Royal Family is a sight to behold. Built by King Rama i in 1782 when Bangkok became the capital, there is a dress code to be observed when visiting this place and visitors are required to have their legs and arms covered. King Rama's son's tutor Anna [famed by the film The King and I] lived over ...

Dirab Golf & Country club

Dirab Golf & Country club

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

This attraction is a thirty minute drive west of Riyadh. It features a traditional country club layout with superb grassy greens; the last nine holes are even floodlit for night golf. The club also offers tennis, swimming, and horse-back riding activities as well.  ...

Chateau Ramezay Museum

Chateau Ramezay Museum

Montreal, Canada

The Château Ramezay Museum is contained in a historic chateau in Old Montreal.  The building was built in 1705 and served as the residence of the governor of Montreal (Claude de Ramezay).  During the American Revolutionary War, it briefly served as the Canadian headquarters of the Continental Army during the invasion of Canada.  Afterwards it once again became the governor’s residen...