Travel is certainly very popular with the modern person, with a staggering six million people flying abroad for business or pleasure each and every year! With some of the world’s busiest international airports right on our doorstep, it has never been easier to visit even the farthest most remote parts of the globe. If you have caught the travel bug then make sure you don’t miss our top spots to visit:
As the capital of Thailand, Bangkok’s colorful history dates back to the 15th century and today this vibrant thriving city has much to offer the traveling tourist including the ancient temples of Wat Arun to the floating markets on the Chao Phraya River.
This wonderful hidden treasure in Asia boasts some fantastic attractions for tourists, including Old Dhaka rickshaw rides, Bangladeshi boat trips on the river or amazing tiger safaris through the Suburbans swamps. However the most breath taking of all are the China Clay Hills where nature really shows off with crystal clear turquoise waters and lush rolling green hills that provide a perfect photo opportunity for visitors.
The capital of our very own country has much to see, making it a strong player in the travel market, so make sure you include London in your travel itinerary. Bursting with culture, history, architecture, art and fashion, music and royal heritage, you can spend many happy hours discovering the sights and sounds of this multicultural city without ever setting foot on a plane. If you are looking for a city break then look no further than the Montcalm Hotel for first class accommodation and service throughout your stay.
China is a super popular tourist destination, and is perhaps best known for the stunning city skyline of Shanghai. However it has even more beauty hidden deep within the mountains of Zhangye, so if you are a thrill seeker looking for an active adventure then a visit to these multicolored valleys, hills, and cliffs is a must. Over 24 million years old, this unique mountain range consists of sandstone, limestone and other minerals, so book an excursion to see this phenomenon for yourself.