Angkor 3 Day Private Tour is specially designed for watching the sunrise over Angkor Wat is an extremely unforgettable experience that ceases astonish and delighted the view of Photo. On this tour, start early to beat the crowds on that day, Enjoy a guided tour of the beautiful major ancient Angkor Complex and Khmer national park, Phnom Kulen and freshwater ecosystem that is the largest Tonle Sap lake in South East Asia
The naturalistic park of Ancient Ostia is an astonish place to immerse yourself and be a roman for a while! This archaeological site is unique and offers ancient thrills to rival Pompeii. Wandering around the ruins today, you can see the remains of the docks, warehouses, apartment flats, mansions, shopping arcades, and baths, all giving a peek at Roman lifestyles. This visit, will be an unforgetteable experience of life. Afterwards, you can admire the highlights of Rome, being seated in a confortable air-conditioned minivan, taking photos and stop at each attraction to soak its beauty.
Private Tour (min. 2 pax ) ▪Half Day Tour ▪Gathered & inspired Khmer historical education in regards of artifacts preservation and restoration at Angkor National Museum.▪Brief look also to Cambodia Land Mine stored and collections of exclusive landmines and glimpse to Angkor National Park.▪Catch sight of Siem Reap War Museum which has the collection of military vehicles & artillery, with ex-soldiers as guide.▪Will be given (1) of our complimentary gift from us that you would not forget when you traveled CAMBODIA. ▪Friendly and Impressive Chinese or English speaking tour guideWondering Siem Reap Museums? Behold and astonish on the displays which they can give you a clear view on the empire of Angkor and also on the destructive Khmer Empire or the period of Pol Pot Regime.
Choose our exciting excursions to these two wonderful places that will please your eyes and soul with amazing architecture and nature.Peterhof Gardens and ParkGorgeous sculptural compositions, stately palaces and well-kept parks - almost all of this was designed by Peter the Great, who decided to found his suburban residence here many years ago but this place manage to astonish its visitors even now.Catherine’s PalaceThe Catherine’s Palace is located in the place called Pushkin. It is a former imperial palace, the official summer residence of three Russian monarchs, a masterpiece of Russian baroque of the XVIII century. Walk through the large park around the Residence and enjoy fresh air and beauty of the nature.A visit to the Amber Room - the “eighth wonder of the world” will become a cherry on the cake. This place has a special historical value, the fate of which is shrouded in thousands of secrets.
Choose our exciting excursions to these two wonderful places that will please your eyes and soul with amazing architecture and nature.Peterhof Gardens and PalaceGorgeous sculptural compositions, stately palaces and well-kept parks - almost all of this was designed by Peter the Great, who decided to found his suburban residence here many years ago but this place manage to astonish its visitors even now.Catherine’s PalaceThe Catherine’s Palace is located in the place called Pushkin. It is a former imperial palace, the official summer residence of three Russian monarchs, a masterpiece of Russian baroque of the XVIII century. Walk through the large park around the Residence and enjoy fresh air and beauty of the nature.A visit to the Amber Room - the “eighth wonder of the world” will become a cherry on the cake. This place has a special historical value, the fate of which is shrouded in thousands of secrets
Watch wood-fired pizzas bake in a hidden outdoor oven, take a funny walk to a comedy bar and spin discs on Spike Milligan’s own turntable, have lunch with the inmates of a high security prison, stroll through a sex shop into a Mexican restaurant, sing your heart out in a clandestine Korean karaoke club, find rare beers and fresh oysters in the back streets of Peckham, tap your toes in a secret gypsy swing club, get pickled in a marooned Irish pub, find the unofficial way into a forbidden Malaysian canteen, join the sixties club that’s still swinging, find a tranquil café hidden in the middle of London’s busiest park, drink cappuccinos made by murderous bikers, sip cocktails mixed from the herbs and flowers of an engineer’s roof garden, play petanque on the Riviera in a central London cellar, tap an oak-tree trunk for whisky, get lost in a labyrinthine wine cellar, let the green absinthe fairy inspire your sketches of S&M life models …Over 120 places with amazing decor, eccentric owners, bizarre food, old-time survivors and more that will please and astonish underground and post-industrial fans, refined gourmets and cocktail drinkers, world food lovers and bargain hunters — and indeed anyone curious enough to discover the infinite possibilities to have fun in London.An absolute must-have guide to exploring the amazing hidden London bar/restaurant/pub/club scene.
Bears, birds, totems, cruising amidst the glaciers, camping in the wilderness... Alaska can still astonish the most jaded of travellers. Insight Guide Alaska is a comprehensive full-colour travel guide to the huge, untamed spaces of America's 49th state. Beautiful photographs on every page will take you on a journey through the Last Frontier. Our Best Of section selects Alaska's top attractions and activities not to miss, such as touring on a luxury train, observing wild bears, bald eagles, and humpback whales in Glacier Bay National Park, and seeing the Northern Lights. Lively features by local writers cover a whole range of subjects: choosing a cruise, testing your survival skills, staying in a wildlife refuge, getting around by ferry, gold-panning and how to spot a bear. Insight Guides' unrivalled coverage of history, landscape and culture provides an essential introduction to this vast state. Evocative accounts of Alaska's national parks and varied wildernesses combine with lively descriptions of the main towns and visitor hubs. All major sights are cross-referenced with full-colour maps, and the travel tips section provides a wealth of practical information on how to plan your trip. About Insight Guides: Insight Guides has over 40 years' experience of publishing high-quality, visual travel guides. We produce around 400 full-colour print guide books and maps as well as picture-packed eBooks to meet different travellers' needs. Insight Guides' unique combination of beautiful travel photography and focus on history and culture together create a unique visual reference and planning tool to inspire your next adventure. 'Insight Guides has spawned many imitators but is still the best of its type.' - Wanderlust Magazine
You Believe God Can Still Do Miracles, But How Do You Know Which Stories Are True?A blind man suddenly sees. A lame man gets up and walks. A little boy is raised from the dead. You believe the biblical accounts that these miracles happened, but do you believe eye-witness reports that miracles still happen today? Between shady faith-healers, weeping madonnas, and gimmicks like holy land water, it's difficult--even foolish--to believe every miracle account we hear. So how do we discount the fakes without missing out on the real miracles in the process? Award-winning journalist Tim Stafford shares captivating stories of modern-day miracles, wrestling over what is credible and what isn't. But more than that, he offers wisdom and insight to help you figure out the role miracles should play in your faith. Should you expect miracles? Ignore them? Pray for them? How active is God in the world today? And could he be more active in your own life? Learn how to explore these questions with wisdom and honesty, growing your faith and hope along the way.Tim Stafford puts the right person at the center of miracle stories: not the charismatic leader through whom miracles come, nor the person who is healed, but God himself. This book will help you see genuine miracles as part of God's way of telling his own story, and will teach you to listen for what God is saying through them.--David Neff, Editor in Chief, Christianity TodayVeteran journalist reports on the world of miracles with neither skepticism nor naivete but with clarity and reverent honesty. A remarkable achievement.--Eugene H. Peterson, Professor Emeritus of Spiritual Theology, Regent College, Vancouver, B.C.Do you want to believe in miracles but have been put off either by Christians who insist that every problem should be solved by a miracle, or by the skepticism of God's miraculous intervention in human experience? Then this is your book! As a journalist, Stafford squarely faces and differentiates between actual occurrences of miracles and disappointing non-occurrences; as a Christian, he makes a conscious effort to be faithful to God's revelation in Scripture. The result is a book that will instruct you on how to think biblically about issues relating to miracles. The summary statements in the last two chapters alone are worth the price of the book.--Ajith Fernando, Teaching Director, Youth for Christ, Sri LankaTim Stafford dives headfirst into this investigation of those special events we call miracles--signs and wonders that demonstrate God's supernatural power. Probing, clarifying, and speaking to skeptics and believers alike, Stafford is thoroughly convincing as he digs deep to comment on biblical and contemporary examples.--Lucy Shaw, author, Breath for the Bones, What the Light Was LikeTim has taken one of the most important and fascinating topics in the world and written about it with honesty, faith, and grace. His look at miracles through history and across cultures is full of wisdom and longing. This book--if not actually miraculous itself--is at least providential.--John Ortberg, senior pastor of Menlo Park Presbyterian Church and author of Who Is This Man?When I started reading this fine book, I was what Tim Stafford labels a Semi-Believing Doubter on the subject of present-day miracles. I no longer wear that label. Miracles is a gripping--and convincing--account of how God continues to astonish us with signs of a power that will someday come into its fullness!--Richard J. Mouw, PhD, President and Professor of Christian Philosophy, Fuller Theological Seminary
Hannah loved going to the park. She especially enjoyed going to Cherry Park, and she loved it even more when the clowns stopped by... But when the clowns stop by, so does a storm. Just when the townsfolk think the rain has washed away all their fun, something amazing happens! Join Hannah and the rest of the people in Cherry Park as the clowns frolic, entertain, and astonish them with their ability to bring fun, no matter what the weather has in store.