📌 Singapore // 🇸🇬
If you're the type of person who loves a good view of cities, remember the add in the Sands Sky Park Observation Deck to your places-to-go list whilst in Singapore.
Everyone normally takes a photo of The Marina Bay Sands Hotel but this is taking a photo from the Marina Bay Sands Hotel. 🤭🤭🤭 This observation deck is on the 57th floor of the hotel, where you'll be able to get a panoramic view of the Lion City! It's honestly spectacular especially at night with all the lights. Will be a pure waste of money and time if you're an old soul and aren't into modern cities.
You can even pass time by trying to look for Singapore's icons such as Gardens by the Bay, the Singapore flyer and the Merlion Statue. Good luck! 👍🏽 There's a restaurant and a little food stand there in case you get snacky/hungry. However, it can be rather pricey up there (don't day I didn't warn you 😝😝)
Tickets are priced as follows:
Senior Citizens: SGD 20
Adults: SGD 23
Children: SGD 17
* Free for children below the age of 2 and hotel guests.
Monday - Thursday: 9.30am - 10.00pm
Friday - Sunday: 9.30am - 11.00pm
* Do check their website for closure notice as they may be closed for private events.
We went to this emoji ⛩ IRL yesterday! All the girls dressed as geisha were doing this pose with their boyfriends so we tried it too, but it felt like my arm was being pulled from its socket so it was probably a one time thing 🤷🏼♀️
Le plus grand désert de Gypse du monde ... On dit que les couleurs changes toute la journée ... alors on a attendu le couche du soleil : ça vous dit une prochaine ligne ?
WHITE SANDS NATIONAL MONUMENT, Nouveau Mexique
So, September is almost finished...have you started all that things you said you would have?🤣
To be honest, I'm a bit late😂 and a bit lazy... But I'm proud of myself for the journey I've started!
There's something you're proud of about yourself?
Let's play a game🎯: write 👇 something you're proud of and then answer the comment above yours celebrating the goals!
Quindi..settembre è praticamente finito...avete cominciato a fare tutte le cose che vi eravate ripromessi?🤣
Per essere sincera io no, sono in ritardo.. e anche un po' pigra😂
Però sono orgogliosa di me stessa per il progetto che ho in cantiere!
C'è qualcosa per cui siete fieri di voi?
Facciamo un gioco?🎯 scrivete 👇 la cosa per cui siete fieri e rispondete al commento sopra al vostro per festeggiare!
The Amazon Rainforest isn't just home to diverse wildlife, it is also essential for around 500 native tribes, like the Bora (picture) in Peru or the Piaroa people in Venezuela 🌎 Many of those haven't made any contact to the outside world, but with deforestation more and more are being forced to move. According to officials, the tribes, despite living there for thousands of years, don't own any rights to those lands 😱
Fires have been and are being used to clear the forest to make space for agricultural ground, but with the current situation, the Rainforest is in serious danger, including wildlife and people 🔥
If you want to help with reforestation or wildlife protection, click the link in bio for volunteer programs 👆
5 ИНТЕРЕСНЫХ ФАКТОВ О ГОРНОМ АЛТАЕ ⛰️
1️⃣ Чуйская степь - самое холодное место в России после Оймякона ❄️ Максимум отрицательных температур зафиксирован на отметке – 62 градуса по Цельсию 🌡️ Похожие значения ртутного столба характерны для Курайской степи и плато Укок.
2️⃣ Рек на Алтае более 20 тысяч 💙 Если соединить их всех в одну, то длинны хватит опоясать землю по экватору 1,5 раза 🌐
3️⃣ Можжевельник - священное дерево для всех алтайцев 🌳 Зажженной веточкой этого растения окуривают больного человека, очищают жилище, колыбель и очаг. Дым можжевельника обладает свойством убирать отрицательную энергию🌿
4️⃣ Традиционная алтайская кухня не знает перца и острых блюд 🍛
5️⃣ У алтайцев есть два вида чая. Первый - пантовый ☕ к травам добавлены молотые оленьи рога, второй - хаан-чай: традиционный напиток с солью, сливками и молоком, фактически бульон на основе чая 🍵
5 INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT MOUNTAIN ALTAI ⛰️
1️⃣ Chuiskaya steppe is the coldest place in Russia after Oymyakon ❄️ The maximum of negative temperatures is fixed at around 62 degrees Celsius 🌡️ Similar values of the mercury column are characteristic of the Kurai steppe and the Ukok plateau.
2️⃣ There are more than 20 thousand rivers in Altai 💙 If you combine them all into one, then it’s long enough to encircle the earth at the equator 1.5 times 🌐
3️⃣ Juniperus - a sacred tree for all Altai people 🌳 A sick person is fumigated with a twig of this plant, the house, cradle and hearth are cleaned. Juniper smoke has the ability to remove negative energy🌿
4️⃣ Traditional Altai cuisine does not know pepper and spicy dishes 🍛
5️⃣ Altai people have two types of tea. The first is antler ☕ ground deer horns are added to the herbs, the second is khan tea: a traditional drink with salt, cream and milk, actually a tea-based broth 🍵
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Because of its beautifully patterned shell, the Hawksbill is highly asked and sold on the markets. which is why it is listed as critically endangered 😢
Sea turtles have existed on this planet for the past 100 million years - let's not end it here! 🌊 👆 Click the link in bio for volunteer diving programs and protect marine live or clean the ocean - make an impact!
Peru is one of those places where time still has another meaning and moves slower - reserved traditions and remains from ancient cultures 🇵🇪 If you want to immerse into different cultures and support local communities, check out the best volunteer programs 👉 Click the link in bio!
Madeira is an autonomous part of Portugal located off the coast of northwest Africa 🇵🇹 Did you know that Portuguese is the official language in eight other countries outside of Portugal and is the 6th most spoken first language in the world? Do you speak Portuguese? Comment below! 👇
Check out our volunteer programs in Portugal with the link in bio! ⬆
🌹✨Romance is the glamour which turns the dust of everyday life into golden haze.✨🌹
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Surprise is the greatest gift which life can grant us.
Insieme al deserto, l'altra grande attrazione che non vedevo l'ora di visitare in Giordania era Petra... La città nella roccia nascosta tra le montagne di Edom, niente meno che una delle 7 meraviglie del mondo moderno.
Ancora prima di arrivarci, sapevo già che me ne sarei innamorata.
Tuttavia, non mi aspettavo che anche il percorso per accedere al sito potesse essere tanto bello: il canyon (o Sîq) che conduce all'ingresso principale è lungo quasi 2 km e si snoda tra pareti rocciose di un bel colore rosso fuoco. Maestoso, scenografico.
Onestamente, credo sia stato la rivelazione più bella dell'intero itinerario...
What about you?
Qual è stata la sorpresa più inaspettata (ma positiva) che avete ricevuto in viaggio? #wearetravelgirls#girlmeetsworld#girlsborntotravel#petra#visitjordan#discoverjordan
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