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Get enthralled with 100 performances at Istanbul Theatre Festival

by amit.uniyal 11. April 2014 07:38

Theatre lovers get ready for an exciting event in Istanbul in May-June this year. The 19th edition of the famous Istanbul Theatre Festival is round the corner. So, book your flights to Istanbul today and attend the festival between May 9 and June 5, 2014.

The Istanbul Theatre Festival is being held under the title “New Wave”. The festival will host 100 performances to be staged at different venues across the city. The venues include Üsküdar Tekel, Üsküdar Studio, Sisli Blackout, Salon, Sainte Pulcherie French High School, Harbiye Muhsin Ertugrul Stage, Moda Stage, Kenter Theater, ikincikat-karaköy, Haldun Taner Stage, DOT, Cevahir Stage, and Bisahne.

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This year the festival will be marking the 450th birth anniversary of Shakespeare. The renowned theater group Propeller Theater Company will be specially staging five performances based on Shakespeare’s plays such as “The Comedy of Errors”, “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” and “Hamlet”. These shows will be held throughout the festival. Local theatre groups will be staging other Shakespeare plays like “Romeo and Juliet” and “King Lear” throughout the duration of the festival.

Turkey and Poland will mark 600 years of their diplomatic relations. The Istanbul Theatre Festival will also celebrate the longstanding ties between the two countries. Four exclusive performances will be held on the occasion.

The world premier of “Proust-Pamuk-Bellek”, a play produced by Opole Theater will be hosted at the festival. This play was written and produced by Emre Koyuncuoglu and Krzysztof Garbaczewski from the novels of Orhan Pamuk and Marcel Proust.

Among various other programs, the Istanbul Theatre Festival will also host performances by 35 Turkish dance and theatre companies for the first time. The important performances to be staged include “The Adventures of Latif Effendi: The First Ottoman Vampire”, “The Last Unicorn”, “Montserrat”, “The Empire Builders”, “Hamlet Machine” and many others.

The “Oyun Salonu” project, which was originally conceptualized through the joint collaboration of the Istanbul Theater Festival and the staff of Salon, will continue during this edition as well like previous years. Four theater companies will be staging the plays at Salon, to be hosted as part of “Oyun Salonu” project.

The audience at the festival can also look forward to staging of the play “An Enemy of the People” taken from Henrik Ibsen piece written by renowned German director Thomas Ostermeier.

Prof. Dikmen Gürün, who was Istanbul Theater Festival director from 1993 to 2013, will be presented with the first honorary award. The other two recipients of honorary awards this year include Edward Hall, Propeller Theater Company’s art director, and Grzegorz Jarzyna, director of a Polish theatre.

The Istanbul Theater Festival has been attracting a large number of visitors from Turkey and other countries around the world. This year as well the festival expects the participation of many visitors. The other highlights of the festival that you may look forward to include workshops, documentary screenings, films and Q&A sessions.
 
The Istanbul Theatre Festival is being organized ever since 2004 by the Istanbul Foundation for Culture and Arts (IKSV). The festival is being held continuously since its inception and aims at promoting Turkey’s art and culture through educational programs and workshops.

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Enjoying famous festivals of Hawaii during May-August

by amit.uniyal 10. April 2014 04:13

Headed to Honolulu to enjoy the famous festivals in Hawaii Islands? Say Aloha now! You are in for a real treat when you visit this beautiful destination during the months of May through August. Though many festivals are held round the year throughout the Hawaii Islands, but visiting during these months are indeed pleasurable.

Here are some of the important festivals that you can look forward to celebrate in this key state of the United States. These festivals include Waikiki SPAM Jam, Ukulele Festival Hawaii, Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar Festival, Lei Day Celebration, Lantern Floating Hawaii, King Kamehameha Floral Parade, Prince Lot Hula Festival, Made in Hawaii Festival, Okinawan Festival and Duke’s OceanFest.

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If you are traveling during the month of May, three major festivals will keep you enthralled. The Lei Day Celebration will be held on May 1, 2014. This festival is celebrated to mark the Hawaiian tradition of making as well as wearing lei. The festival will be entering its 87th edition this year. The major highlights of this festival are lei-making competition, food booths and other entertainment at Waikiki’s Queen Kapiolani Park and Bandstand. The other two festivals celebrated this month are Waikiki SPAM Jam and Lantern Floating Hawaii.

On June 14, witness the colorful 98th Annual King Kamehameha Floral Parade celebrations. The festival is held to honor King Kamehameha, who united Hawaiian Islands during his reign in 1810. The parade will be featuring marching bands, decorated floats and traditional pau riders on horseback representing the Hawaiian royal court.

There are many more festivals other than these which you can witness and celebrate. So what are you waiting for, just go ahead and plan a vacation to Hawaii as the Hawaii Islands is beckoning you.

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Indian Arrival Day to relive East Indians arrival to Guyana

by amit.uniyal 8. April 2014 10:12

Headed to Georgetown to visit the beautiful Caribbean destination of Guyana? If you are destined for your sojourn in May this year, then better be prepared to take yourself down the memory lane. A pleasant surprise awaits you as the history of East Indian’s arrival is all set to be retold on the sea shores of Guyana.

The Indian Arrival Day will be celebrated in Guyana on May 5, 2014. This annual celebration is an important event on Guyana’s calendar. The day commemorates the arrival of Indian indentured laborers to Guyana for working in the sugarcane plantations.

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The Indian Arrival Committee (IAC), an NGO committed to safeguard the history of Indians in the country and promote their cultural traditions, has made elaborate plans to mark this significant event in the country’s history. A boat cruise along the Demerara River would be held on April 27, 2014 to re-enact the arrival of indentured laborers to Guyana.

The aesthetics of the Hesperus or the Whitby, the two prominent ships that transported the first batch of indentured laborers to Guyana in 1838, are being recreated in order to aptly showcase the bygone era and all that took place during those times.

 This historic event would be exciting indeed. Those people who would be taking part in the cruise would be required to dress up in similar outfits as worn by the East Indian forefathers on the day they first arrived in Guyana. The event would be sought to be mimicked to the greatest possible extent.

The annual Pagwah Mela will kick off the event marking the celebrations. The Phagwah Mela has been titled “Rang Barse”. A rich cultural show would be held on Bath Settlement Public Road’s tarmac in West Coast Berbice. The magnificent Indian Arrival Day Melas would also be held featuring renowned international artistes giving their spirited, soulful renditions alongside local musicians, dancers and singers. The event will be a gala affair proudly showcasing the Indian cultural heritage in Guyana.

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Enjoy thrilling moments at Fort Lauderdales best beaches

by amit.uniyal 7. April 2014 04:45

Fort Lauderdale is renowned world over for its yachts and beaches. The city, which has earned the epithet of ‘Yachting Capital of the World’, attracts millions of visitors from across the world to its numerous gorgeous beaches. Whatever you just might be looking for – kayaking, hiking, sunbathing or simply fun and frolicking – the beaches of Fort Lauderdale have it all for you.

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Here’s is a glimpse into some of the best beaches in Fort Lauderdale. If you are visiting Fort Lauderdale to spend your vacations, knowing about the beaches here would indeed be worthwhile for you to plan well for your visit. The famous beaches in the city include Deerfield Beach, Hillsboro Beach, Pompano Beach, Fort Lauderdale-By-The-Sea, Fort Lauderdale Beach, Dania Beach, John U. Lloyd Beach State Park, Hollywood Beach, Hallandale Beach and Miami Beach.

If you are taking along your family and looking out for fun moments at a beach in Fort Lauderdale, then consider visiting the Deerfield Beach. It is great favorite with the families and kids. This beach is devoid of alcohol, jet skis and cigarette boats. It’s safe for families. Here your kids will enjoy building castles in golden sand. Tired of the water? Think of playing volleyball or tossing Frisbees along its shores.

A visit to Hillsboro Beach is simply fascinating. Consider touring the Hillsboro Lighthouse. It was built in 1907. Get a magnificent bird’s eye view of Fort Lauderdale atop the lighthouse. The Barefoot Mailman statue is yet another attraction here. It commemorates the 19th century shoeless mailman trodding the shoreline to deliver mails to coastal communities.

Fort Lauderdale Beach is a great place to visit. It is known for its sidewalk cafes and stylish boutiques. Want to sip margaritas or buy swimwear, then visit the beachfront promenade. The 7 miles of beachfront here offers oodles of activities, be it snorkeling, swimming, boating, jet skiing or simply making sand castles.

These are the only few beaches described here. There are many beaches in Fort Lauderdale which should be explored. The beaches here offer a gala time to the visitors.

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Dubai Desert Safari - A fascinating glimpse into Bedouin life

by amit.uniyal 28. March 2014 09:31

The very idea of a safari conjures image of romanticism – of travel into mountains and jungles.  But, visiting a desert has its own thrills. This vast barren area of sand and sand dunes will mesmerize you endlessly. Just head for a desert safari to Dubai, and you are destined for an experience of a lifetime.

Before going on a desert safari, it would be good to seek a little knowledge about the desert and its topography. It will enhance your knowledge and make your safari quite enjoyable. Most of the people don’t really know much about the desert. The only brief knowledge that one has through geography books is that desert is a vast sea of barren land, with high temperatures and almost zero humidity. But, there is much more than this. The life in the desert and the scenery has some peculiar characteristics. The desert is widely known to support bare human existence and other life forms. Its topography is mostly comprises of rocky surfaces, sand and sand dunes. The vegetation here is sparse. Though, at some places oasis are found as well. The lifestyle of desert people is hard, but nevertheless provides a fascinating insight and develops keen interest in others, who have never seen a desert or just might be visiting for the first time.

If you are heading for a desert safari, Dubai is the place to visit. In earlier times, the people enjoyed safaris on camels. But times have drastically changed now. These days, the safari is conducted in a modern way with the advent of technology and machine on the scene. The desert safari in Dubai is conducted on a four-wheeled sturdy vehicle. The Toyota land cruiser is commonly used here for the safari. The vehicle is spacious and ensures that you don’t have to confront the desert heat with good air conditioning.  

There are many tour operators in Dubai who conduct a desert safari. You will be required to contact a tour operator and book a safari. The desert safari is usually conducted in a group of 6 and all are supposed to be traveling together. After you have booked your safari, the tour operator will pick you up from your place of residence early in the morning. All the six passengers gather at a point from where the fleet sets off for the desert journey. Vehicles are barred from going out alone as this might prove to be hazardous and may cost the person’s life.

The desert safari is quite a thrilling experience. The safari drives in to the desert going past through various sand dunes and finally converging on a camel farm. The visitors are then offered a short camel ride. They also get a glimpse into desert life and learn first-hand the way in which camels are bred. After a brief stay here, the visitors on the safari and brought to a Bedouin camp. It’s a wonderful experience out here. Here you are offered insight into the Bedouin life and how the nomads used to live in ancient times in the desert. The Bedouin camp is in fact located near an oasis, where you will be mesmerized with its romantic environs and cool waters. The visitors are treated to sumptuous barbecue dinner and entertained with belly dance by Lebanese girls. The duration of a desert safari usually varies from 5 to 6 hours. The Dubai desert safari is an enthralling experience indeed!

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A visit to world’s largest underwater sculpture museum in Cancun

by amit.uniyal 27. March 2014 10:11

There are many museums in the world devoted to all types of subjects, but some of them are quite unique and intriguing. One such museum is Cancun Underwater Museum. It is the biggest underwater sculpture museum built so far in the world. To explore this museum you need to wear snorkel gear and dive under the ocean.

The work on this unique underwater sculpture museum started with the initiative of Aquaworld. The primary aim of this museum was to protect marine environment and help varieties of marine life flourish in the sea.

The underwater museum took shape after keen interest shown by Dr. Jaime Gonzalez Cano. He is the Director of National Park Costa Occidental Isla Mujeres, Punta Nizuc and Punta Cancun. The idea to establish the museum came after Dr. Cano browsed the cyberspace for themes and finally saw the study of a British underwater artist Jason DeCaires Taylor. President of the Nautical Association, Roberto Diaz, who is also a sculptor and ceramic artist, also joined Dr. Cano and Taylor, to begin work on this project in Cancun.

The underwater museum project started in November 2009 and 100 sculptures were placed in the first phase in Cancún National Marine Park’s shallow waters.  

British sculptor and ceramic artist Jason DeCaires Taylor came to Cancun especially for the project and put in 2 years of dedicated effort to finally create 403 full-size sculptures. Neutral clay was used to make these concrete sculptures, which were placed on ocean beds with the specific aim of promoting marine life and help coral reef to flourish.

The ‘Garden of Hope’, ‘Man on Fire’, and ‘Dream Collector’ were the first to be submerged in the museum. All these three figures depicted their own messages. Finally, a total of 400 sculptures were submersed in October 2010, and thus created the ‘Silent Evolution’. The life sized sculptures were based on people, local children from Cancun, a British newsman and a mother-to-be.

The Cancun Underwater Museum presently comprises of several ‘rooms’. Room One, which is situated on Manchones reef, is home to some prominent sculptures such as ‘The Silent Evolution’, ‘Archive of Lost Dreams’, ‘Man on Fire’, and ‘The Anthropocene’. The location of Room Two is on Punta Nizuc. Here various sculptures like ‘Accountability’, ‘The Gardner of Hope’, ‘La Musa del Oceano’, ‘Void’, ‘Inheritance’, and ‘Inertia’ are found.

The museum is also attracting a large number of local artists who are also making significant contributions here. The Cancun Underwater Museum has succeeded in creating a global curosity and attracting scores of tourists to Cancun. The museum has also been prominently featured by Discovery Channel in its popular program ‘Megastructures’. Even a renowned publication like National Geographic has also published about the museum.

The visitors desirous of visiting the Cancun Underwater Museum are offered dive trips regularly by Aquaworld. This is being provided to both beginner as well as certified divers. Additionally, snorkeling expeditions are also offered for visiting the Punta Nizuc sculptures.

The Cancun Underwater Museum has started fulfilling its objectives and purpose for it was essentially established. The Angel Fish has started to return to the area it had previously left for unknown reasons. The return of this species of fish is fascinating indeed. The underwater museum surely makes an interesting visit.

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Red Fort – Renowned UNESCO World Heritage Site in Delhi

by amit.uniyal 26. March 2014 09:01

Delhi, the capital city of India, is presently home to three UNESCO World Heritage Sites – Red Fort, Qutub Minar and Humayun’s Tomb. The moot question being asked now is whether the city of Delhi itself should be accorded World Heritage Site status by UNESCO or not. This dream is on verge of being fulfilled in future as a list of Delhi’s imperial capital cities has already been presented to the World Heritage Center for being in the world heritage list. The submission of dossier was made in January 2014. The evaluation process would take around two years, and only after being critically examined Delhi will be accorded the status of world heritage site by the World Heritage Committee.
 
Red Fort is a prominent UNESCO World Heritage Site in Delhi. Before planning your visit to Delhi, here’s all that you would like to know about this place. Red Fort is the first stop on the sightseeing itinerary on every foreign tourist visiting Delhi. This largest monument in Delhi and India’s oldest has been a prime attraction since decades and attracting tourists in a big way year after year. The Red Fort was accorded UNESCO World Heritage Site status in 2007.

The glorious Red Fort has been a witness to the rise and fall of Mughal empires in India. This massive monument aptly chronicles the tales and intrigues of the Mughal era. The Red Fort was constructed during Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan’s reign. The fort, which essentially formed the nucleus of walled city of Old Delhi, was occupied by Bahadur Shah Zafar, India’s last Mughal Emperor.    The Red Fort, however, fell into the hands of British colonial rulers during 1857 uprising against them and Bahadur Shah Zafar was finally captured and imprisoned.

Shah Jahan, the 5th Mughal Emperor of India, got the Red Fort constructed during 17th century when the foundation of Shahjahanabad, the 7th city of Delhi, was laid after the capital was transferred from Agra to Delhi. The Red Fort was also called ‘Lal Qila’ or ‘Qila-e-Mubarak’, and served royal family members as their residence. The huge fort took nine years to build, and interestingly the construction started as well as completed in the same month and same day. The construction of the fort began on 16th April 1639 and completed on 16th April 1648. It is popularly called Red Fort because the red sandstone was extensively used to build it. The Red Fort was built adjoining the fort of Salimgarh, which was constructed in 1546 by Islam Shah Suri. The Salimgarh fort is now a part of Red Fort complex.

The Red Fort is home to many attractions such as Diwan-i-Aam, Diwan-i-Khas, Moti Masjid and Hayat Baksh Bagh. The public meetings were held by the Mughal emperors at Diwan-i-Aam or ‘Hall of Public Audience’. The Diwan-i-Khas or ‘Hall of Private Audience’ was used for holding meetings with aristocracies, dignitaries and court members. The Peacock Throne adorned the marble dice here, which was ultimately stolen by the Persian invader Nadir Shah.

The Red Fort is presently a prominent landmark in India from whose ramparts the National Flag is unfurled by the Prime Minister of the country every year. This must-see destination shouldn’t be missed out in any case while on your visit to India.

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Cabo San Lucas Dolphin Tours – A unique experience

by amit.uniyal 25. March 2014 09:31

Have you ever dreamt of swimming with dolphins? If not, then here’s your chance to get a unique and fascinating experience by going on Dolphin tours in Mexican resort destination of Cabo San Lucas. Make your dreams turn into reality by visiting ‘Cabo Dolphins’, which is among the exclusive and renowned dolphin centers in the world. The dolphin tours always remain a top priority for every tourist visiting this famous city in Mexico.

Whether you love swimming or a non-swimmer, the dolphin tours provide you opportunity to get really up close with numerous Pacific Bottlenose dolphins at the dolphin center. You need not worry or fear as all this is done with utmost care, relative safety and comfort with state-of-the-art facilities at your command.

In Cabo San Lucas, you will find Pacific Bottlenose dolphins, Pacific White-Sided Dolphins and other various kinds in abundance in the waters off the coast. The dolphin encounter program here enthralls dolphin lovers of all kinds, including first-timers. The exhilarating encounters with the friendly dolphins are once in a lifetime experience.

The visitors can look forward to many kinds of adventurous, interactive as well as educational experience at the dolphin center. The programs offered at Cabo Dolphins include Dolphin Kids Tour, Dolphin Encounters Tour and Dolphin Swim. These programs provide opportunity to the visitors to know deeply and enhance their knowledge about these amazing creatures.

The visitors at the dolphin center are first given an educational presentation. This is provided on a submerged platform in knee-deep water in s specially created educational pool. This introductory program educates about the environment and physiology of Pacific Bottlenose dolphin. It is beneficial for visitors as it helps in preparing them with the encounters that they are about to get with the dolphins through kisses, hugs and physical touch.

Getting personal with the dolphins here is an amazing experience. Even the dolphins enjoy such interaction with human beings enormously and bemuse the visitors by demonstrating their peculiar characteristic in getting along too well with human beings. This also shows the curiosity dolphins have in knowing about humans just in the same way as we are crazy to know about these marine creatures.
 
Here’s a brief outlook on the various programs offered at Cabo Dolphins center. The Dolphin Kids Tour is conducted for children aged 4 to 9. This informative program is a great learning experience for the children, while offering fun experience to play with the dolphins. This is a 30 minute program and includes dolphin toy anatomy introduction, dolphin kisses, dolphin fin shakes, belly ride, and close-up poolside interaction.

The Dolphin Swim program is exciting of them all. The program is of 50 minutes. The visitors get full 40 minutes to enjoy with the playful dolphins in the water, while 10 minutes of the program is to educate them about these marine mammals.

The Cabo Dolphins center in Cabo San Lucas indeed offers a thrilling experience and helps visitors get acquainted with these wonderful creatures. It’s a must-visit destination for all dolphin lovers.

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Buenos Aires gears to dance to the tunes of World Tango Festival

by amit.uniyal 24. March 2014 10:28

Buenos Aires the capital city of Argentina is one of the main gateways into the popular South American country. The city also serves, as the country’s largest and is a popular tourist resort here. Credited with the birth of Tango, a world popular dance form, Argentina is gearing to groove to the tunes of Tango, on dance floors across various venues this season. Buenos Aires is soon to play a gracious host to an exhilarating crowd in love with the dance ready to put on their dancing shoes here. The month of August is special this year for the city, as it will light up to the spectacular Tango dancing for a good two weeks. No matter whether one loves Tango or not, people are willing to come out in large numbers in support of their beloved dance.

Sneak peek into the brief history of the passionate Tango
Tango literally means touch in Latin. A passionate dance form, which was born on the borders of Argentina and Uruguay in the 1890s is today one of the most admired across the world. Previously Tango was known as Tango Criollo however, today one can come across a variety of styles of the same dance form throughout the world. Irrespectively, the closet to original form is still practiced in Argentina, Chile, and Uruguay. In the year 2009, Tango was included in the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage List.

World Tango Festival 2014
The sensual and passionate dance form is loved by dancers the world over. Since this dance shares its roots with Argentina, the country has decided to pay homage to its age-old legacy. As such, the World Tango Festival is all set to enthrall the capital city this year. A 14-days long extravaganza will set the dancing floors on fire with the enchanting performances from dancers flocking to the city from different parts of the globe. This exciting event is scheduled between August 13, 2014 and August 26, 2014. The news of the return of this festival to the city has already spread a wave of joy and people can hardly contain their excitement. Tango is not just a dance form, but for the people here it is a method of connecting to each other and a way of expressing their love. Throughout the festival, the city will come alive to an assortment of shows, concerts, free classes, open-air milongas, exhibitions et al. In case, you are planning a trip to the city around the same time, it would be a welcome change to participate in the pulsating event!

Head to the BA Exposition Center
As the dance competition opens to a roaring welcome and a warm reception, BA Exposition Center is the place to head to. This center is the venue for the much-awaited Tango competition where competitors will battle each other and deliver some of the world’s unforgettable performances. However, other events will be held everywhere including the city streets, literally! The city is preparing to witness a breathtaking series of events where the music and the performances will leave all speechless.

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Beijing is breathtaking in the night as it is in the day

by amit.uniyal 21. March 2014 10:21

Beijing is one of the oldest existing and flourishing cities in the world. A city whose legacy is deeply rooted in its 3,000-year-old history is a beauty in the night as it is by the day. Known for its glorious palaces and magnificent temples, the old and the modern life cohabit in this thriving city of China. However, most people like to explore the city in broad day light. What most of us are unaware about is that Beijing looks as beautiful in the night as it looks during the city and various companies organize night sightseeing tours through the city. Let us probe further to understand what the city holds for its visitors during the dead of the night.

Enjoy your evenings at the Beijing Opera
 While you think where to begin your night tour of the thriving Beijing city, we suggest you start it with a show at the Beijing Opera. Visitors are amazed to find how captivating the shows at the popular Opera are. It offers a complete treat for your eyes and you are left spellbound and speechless after watching the enthralling performances. This is a great way to relish your time out with a friend or family in this beautiful city.

Lose yourself in the labyrinth of lanes
Post sunset the 800-year old labyrinth of narrow lanes in the heart of the city come to life. While you roam around with an open mind, the delicious fragrances of street foods emanating from nearby stall are overpowering. So while you enjoy your peaceful walk in the company of your loved ones exploring the city in lights, you are exposed to a whole new world that takes you by a pleasant surprise.

Soak in the fun at Kung-Fu show
Kung-Fu is a name synonym to this lovely city. It is indeed a great idea to go for an evening show of Kung Fu, the breathtaking art of inherited by the Chinese from time immemorial. A nice way of spending a peaceful evening in the city to book tickets for the show and witness the art at its face value.

Dance to the tunes of music at a popular nightclub
Like any other city around the world, Beijing too shares its love for music and dance. Therefore one of the best ways to unwind after a hectic day in the city is to go clubbing with your gang of friends. The city is home to numerous nightclubs that are a haven for the young and old alike who wish to forget about their worries and just immerse in the beauty of life for a few hours.

Just admire the city like a wanderer
It sometimes is a wise idea to simply forget who you are and behave like a wanderer. However, to spice up the fun you can simply walk around the city with your companion and gaze at its tall skyscrapers that adorn its skylines.

Relish delectable street food
It is not bad at all to sometimes listen to your heart and go binge eating at the numerous food stalls lining the city streets. The streets light up in the evenings with vendors selling delicious munchies like seafood, noodle, and lamb skewers.

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