People often say London is gloomy, but you can easily brighten any day by paying a visit to one of its lovely green Royal Parks.
Follow this helpful guide to spotting some of Australia’s most recognized animals in the wild. Many regions which Australian animals call home can be found just outside easy to reach capital cities, some even within the city limits.
Home to wonderful wildlife and natural attractions, Melaka makes for a wonderful Malaysia destination. Long loved by Asian tourists, the region is now seeing a worldwide influx of tourists.
When one thinks of London, they may think of high end shopping, West End shows, and red phone booths. There is however a magical lush paradise as beautiful as the Duchess of Cambridge herself. Kew Gardens makes all other botanical gardens seem as though they were simple residential backyard gardens. It has by far the largest collection of plants, with totals surpassing the 30,000 level. Its herbarium used for scientific research and reference boasts over 7 million specimens. Add to this an extensive library of flora based books and prints and you truly have an arc showcasing some of the worlds most amazing plants.
Located at the bottom of Australia lies the rugged pristine wilderness filled island often overlooked by tourists heading down under. It may not have the glitz and glam of Sydney or Melbourne, but what it lacks in skyscrapers it makes up for with its towering 300+year old trees and its nightlife consists not of bars and restaurants but rather witnessing penguins return to burrows and devils fighting over a meal.