Wednesday, March 31, 2010

UK trip plan... - Part 1


"London bridge is falling down...falling down...falling down, my fair lady..." lalala..Ingat tak dulu masa kecik2 nyanyi lagu ni.'s almost 2 months ahead before we fly to UK. So, I have made some study for it. Thanks to my bestfriend Mr.Google. ;P

Shopping @ London

Oxford Street – Regent Street – Carnaby Street – New Bond Street – Jermyn Street

Family days out

a. British wildlife and nature experiences
Britain has a startling variety of natural habitats crawling with animals of every kind so whether you fancy a dolphin-spotting boat trip or a roam through a rainforest - in Britain, we've got it all. 

b. Free Museums
As part of our series of cut-price things to do and top budget tips, we bring you a choice selection of free museums and galleries. From Scotland to the South coast, we’ve got dozens of fabulous free museums just waiting

c. National Arboretum, Westonbirt, Gloucestershire
Westonbirt is one of the most important gardens in the world. It has the largest collection of Japanese maples in Britain which burst into flaming hues during autumn. You'll also find magnificent examples of native trees and exotic specimens from around the world. Visit throughout the year to see one of the world's great tree collections as it changes with the seasons.

d. The Deep Aquarium, Hull
Explore this state of the art aquarium housed in striking modern building on the waterfront in Hull near York. The Deep tells the story of the world's oceans through enormous tanks filled with over 3,500 fish and 40 sharks. Explore the deepest waters, the iciest seas and find out what lurks beneath – all without getting wet!

e. Longleat Safari Park
Enjoy close encounters with some of the world's rarest animals as you drive through Longleat Safari Park. Share the road with giant giraffes and meddlesome monkeys as well as zebras, rhinos, tigers and lions. Kids love the hands-on Pets Corner home to otters, snakes, lizards, tortoises, parma wallabies and much much more.

Quick review for LONGLEAT

f. Wildlife and Wetland Centre, Llanelli, Wales

Please drop by to see further for WILDLIFE&WETLAND CENTRE

g. London Eye

Walk along the River Thames and take a ride on the London Eye, the world's largest observation wheel. It's a spectacular way to see over 55 of London's most famous landmarks in just 30 minutes - see if you can spot them all! Afterwards, you can take a circular cruise of the Thames so you can see landmarks like the Houses of Parliament and the Tower of London.

h. Legoland
click here for quick review ---> LEGO

i. Dolphin Trip Avoch

See more about it here ---> DOLPHIN TRIP

Notes : later I will post more about Tour England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland, Channel Island, Switzerland and Paris. Check it outtt!!!!!!!! ~~~ Ok DONE! ;D

1 comment:

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