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Perth (Australia) 04/02/2014

My First Visit to Perth of Australia

Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) 27/12/2013

Top Things To See in Kuala Lumpur

Penang (Malaysia) 20/12/2013

Top Things To See in Penang

Penang (Malaysia) From 7 December to 13 December in 2013 I was staying in Penang, Malaysia, which was the first stop of my travel in this country. From the railway station of Butterworth I left the train No 35 and I took a ferry to arrive the jetty of Penang Island. Brief information about Penang: The name “Penang” comes from the modern Malay name “Pulau Pinang” and it may refer to either to the island of Penang or the state of Penang. The capital of the Penang state is called George Town, the inner city of which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This article is about my experience in Penang Island, which is located on the Northwest coast of Malaysian Peninsula by the Strait of Malacca. Things to see and do in Penang: (1) Kek Lok Si Temple The Kek Lok Si Temple is the largest Buddhist temple in South-East Asia. It began construction in 1890 and houses a 7-storey handcrafted “Pagoda of ten thousand Buddhas” and a 30.2m bronze Kuan Yin Statue. (2) Penang Hill Penang Hill is about 830m above sea level. There are two ways of getting to the top: hiking or travelling in a funicular train. At the summit, you can have a panoramic view of the city and also can visit a flower garden, a mini bird park and an owl museum, etc. (3) Floating Mosque The Floating Mosque is Malaysia's first floating mosque at the sea. It features a blend of local and Middle Eastern architecture with a seven-storey minaret. Tip: Kek Lok Si Temple, Penang Hill and Floating Mosque are near to each other. The ideal visit ...

Helsinki (Finland) 26/11/2013

Seven Reasons to Visit Helsinki

The Gates of Rome - Conn Iggulden 14/11/2013

The Gates of Rome------The Childhood life of Julius Caesar

Conscious Hotel Museum Square, Amsterdam 21/09/2013

Conscious Hotel Museum Square------ A Nice Stay In Amsterdam

Church Of St Mary, Udimore, Rye 20/09/2013

A Quick Visit a Historical Church In Rye: St Mary's Church

War Horse (DVD) 16/09/2013

A Film I love

Thomson Majesty Colourful Coasts Cruise 11/09/2013

My First Thomson Majesty Cruise Experience: Just SO SO

The National Gallery, Charing Cross, London 18/08/2013

National Gallery: A Great Day Out in London

St. Paul's Cathedral, Blackfriars, London 23/07/2013

A Must See In London

Hever Castle, Edenbridge 15/04/2013

Hever Castle: The Family Home of Anee Boleyn

Hever Castle, Edenbridge I have lived in the United Kingdom for 5 years. During this time I have travelled to a few places around England and have seen a few castles. Hever Castle was one of them. Brief information about Hever Castle: Hever Castle is an important historic castle on the English landscape. Different from many traditional castles, Hever Castle has no keep. Historically the castle was the home of different owners’ family. Back to 1270 it was built as a country house. From 1462 to 1539 it was the property of Boleyn family. Anne Boleyn, the intriguing second wife of Henry VIII and mother of Elizabeth I, spent her early youth there and became the most famous resident of the house. After her death the castle became into the possession of King Henry's fourth wife, Anne of Cleves. Now it's a tourist attraction and open to the public.  Location: Hever Castle is located in the village of Hever, near Edenbridge, Kent, England. You can drive your car to get Hever Castle. There are two parking areas, the bigger one of which is nearby the main entrance.  What to see at Hever Castle:  As a tourist attraction Hever Castle has an impressive building which has links to Anne Boleyn and Henry VIII. There is a wooden bridge over the moat. Entering the house and following the guide signs you can see a drawing room, which has a tudor decoration and furniture. However most of them were not original. In the living room you can see the portraits, furniture and tapestries. At the second floor there was a ...

GratisPoint.com 21/01/2013

I Got Paid From GratisPoints Survey Website

GratisPoint.com I have been a member of GratisPoints for about two years and I have got my payments a few times from the survey website.   About GratisPoints:   GratisPoints is an online survey panel which was launched in the USA. As an international internet-based market research firm GratisPoints is available in different countries and areas, to name a few, the UK, the USA, France and Italy etc.   General information:   1. Sign Up   I’m from UK so my review is based on my experience with GratisPoints UK panel. Signing up for an account is very easy. It is free to join for anyone aged 16 plus and living in the UK. You just need to provide an email address and a password. However if you Completed your profiles it will help you to get more rewarding opportunities and build up more points too.   The Surveys:   Similar to most survey websites you can take part in a survey when you get survey invitation from GratisPoints. You can also visit the site and click the item of “Dashboard” to see if there is a survey available for you or not.   The surveys are mostly about famous companies and different products or services you have used.   There are two kinds of survey. One is a paid survey, where rewards are calculated in points. The other one is called Prize survey which gives you a chance to enter a monthly prize draw. Depending on the survey length the rewards vary between 50 points and 150 points or more. If you are screened out you can still get 10 points. Currently 100 points is equal to $1 ...

Canon Pixma MG5250 10/01/2013

A Good All-In-One Colour Printer

Canon Pixma MG5250 As I work from home I need to use a printer regularly. On November 2011 I came across a good offer of Canon MG5250 on Amazon website. After reading a few reviews and comparing the price I decided to give it a go. About Canon: Canon is a commonly known Japanese multinational corporation, which is specialised in the manufacture of imaging and optical products, including cameras, camcorders, photocopiers, steppers, computer printers and medical equipment. It was founded in Tokyo, Japan, in 1937. Today it is one of the largest electronics companies in the world. The one I’m writing about is one of Canon printer products, given the full name, Canon PIXMA MG5250. Packaging and Features: My Canon MG5250 comes in a well designed recycled box with the weight of 11 Kg. It contains a printer, a Mains Cable, a setup CD, printed instruction manual in four languages including English. The printer machine is approximately 45.5cm wide, 16cm high and 36.8cm deep. Its weight is 8kg with 5 original Canon starter cartridges. The machine is in a black colour. At the top centre of the set there is a logo of PIXMA and the operating area is on the top left. The brand name of Canon is in the front on middle; the model name is on the left side; the power on/off button is on the front left top side and on the bottom you can see a USB connection and a WIFI sign too. In the middle there is a Disc tray. Usage: The machine is really easy to getting started. First you should remove all orange tape and ...

Zsl London Zoo, Regents Park, London 03/01/2013

London Zoo: A Day Out Heaven for Adults and Children Alike

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