Macau is rich in attraction, thanks to hundreds of years of fusion between European and Chinese cultures. Macau is a fascinating place to just walk around as the place is packed with churches, temples, fortresses and other old buildings bearing an interesting mix of Portuguese and Chinese characteristics. Couples should choose for a wedding venue in Macau, because of the many attractive and romantic places in the city. There are many beautiful garden parks in the city and also many old buildings, where couples can take romantic photos against these interesting landmarks. The Starworld Macau Hotel is the perfect place to plan a wedding, as this is a luxury hotel which provides all the facilities to have a dream wedding. The hotel has amazing lavish suites, where the couples can relax, can get pampered and indulge in the finest luxuries possible. With some of the world’s most talented chefs at Starworld Macau, your wedding reception will be in perfect hands. From cocktails to the all-important wedding banquet, the hotel will provide a fabulous choice of menus, tailored to your taste. Starworld Macau has a column-free Grand Ballroom, which is located on the 8th floor and features a splendid interior design with 19 foot high ceilings. To create a star-rated wedding experience, the hotel’s entertainment team has tailor-made a complimentary kick-off performance. With professional concert stage lighting and audio-visual systems, each happy couple will be left with an unforgettable entertainment experience.

There are many attractions in Macau Peninsula, but Taipa and Coloane, each with a pretty village, also this draw loads of visitors. Couples can visit the Cotai reclaimed land area to see its transformation into the “Las Vegas Strip of the East”. The Venetian is the most famous with its Venice-styled shopping mall with rivers running through, and is also currently the largest casino in the world. This city will give a unique experience for couples to enjoy and create memories that will last a life time.

Thanuja Silva is a travel writer who writes under the pen name Auburn Silver. She has a passion for fashion and a deep interest in admiring new and exotic attractions around the world.

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Seychelles is an island nation in the Indian Ocean off the east coast of Africa with the most extraordinary beaches in the world. Mahe is the largest of the Seychelles islands and is home to the capital, Victoria, and the international airport, the commercial ports, fishing boats, and the largest percentage of population. Mahe has most of the hotels including two casinos. Its white, powdery beaches, verdant vegetation, coconut palms and cinnamon trees, and lofty forested peaks. There are lots of spectacular coral reefs and clear, calm waters that invite relaxation and many water sports. Even though it is the nation’s economic hub Mahe has retained all of its natural beauty and charm. There are many place to stay over, while vacationing in the perfect, Seychelles Holiday Destination, andMackinnons Travels, Sri Lanka is the best travel Agent for giving a perfect holiday experience. Mackinnons Travel is one of the most leading travel agents in the industry in Sri Lanka, guaranteed to provide a unique and a customized experience and quality services to their clients. From Hotel tickets, transfers and to travel insurance, MacKinnon provides a comprehensive service.

The islands of the Seychelles are quite simply the most romantic location imaginable, the perfect spot for a romantic Seychelles honeymoon or wedding anniversary. Seychelles features hotels and resorts to suit all budgets and amazing honeymoon offers. The Seychelles is great for the more active; the secluded tropical islands offer idyllic hideaways; while the hidden coves of Praslin and La Digue are perfect for romantics seeking peace and a little more privacy. Most of the hotels on the main islands as well as on the less travelled islands cater to supplying the perfect honeymoon. There is good reason why Seychelles is selected more often than any other honeymoon. Seychelles is the right honeymoon destination at any time of the year. Throughout the year, the tropical climate and fresh ocean breezes give the beaches and inland forests the right temperature. It is easy to reach the International Airport on the island of Mahe. The national airline of Seychelles will take visitors to other islands. There are also helicopters, ferry boats and catamarans for inter-island transportation.

Uditha Dharmawardhane is a travel writer who writes under the pen name Roland Lefevre. He specializes in creating features on leisure as well as business travel destinations across the globe. Google+

Planning to escape the mundane routine of daily life? If the answer is yes, look no farther than Sri Lanka’s historic Galle city, home to the famous Dutch Fort, whose alluring old-world charm, tranquillity and awe-inspiring natural beauty make it a perfect romantic destination.

Situated along Sri Lanka’s southern coast, Galle’s famous Fort is a proud reminder of the city’s European heritage and rich history as a once thriving port city. A short drive fromJetwing Kurulubedda and other beachside Luxury Villas Sri Lanka, the 17th century fortress is a unique representation of Sri Lanka’s Colonial heritage which earned it the prestigious UNESCO World Heritage title. Within the sturdy walls of the Galle Fort lies a quaint European-inspired town complete with lodgings, government offices, churches and museums and is also home to a diverse ethnic community. A favourite travel destination, a weekend spent in the midst of Colonial history and Sri Lanka’s own slice of Europe is all that is needed to inspire romanticism.

Strolling through the narrow alleyways of Galle Fort lined with its compact, colourful 17th and 18th century homes, it is easy to forget that one is still in Sri Lanka. Budget accommodation at the historic homes of the Galle Fort can be arranged and in the luxurious setting of the historic Amangalla Hotel, a former Dutch Governor’s residence, the romanticism of a by-gone era is inescapable. Despite being a top tourist attraction, the Fort is surprisingly tranquil and allows you to leisurely stroll hand-in-hand with your partner to admire the surroundings of this one-of-a-kind European establishment.

Delight her with an intimate meal at the quaint restaurants and coffee shops that line the Fort’s alleys and buy her a beautiful art piece at one of the many antique shops found here. Renew your marriage vows at the historic Dutch Reformed Church and walk along the Fort’s southern-most rampart to watch the sunset over the breathtaking Indian Ocean and cuddle up for a picture at the foot of the picturesque lighthouse and the majestic clock tower. Yes, in Galle, the romanticism of old Europe still lives!

Nigel Walters is a travel writer, who writes under the pen name, Fritzjames Stephen. His content is based on the myriad of experiences and indulgences that the world has to offer travellers across all walks of life.

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While many often dream only of staying at the best resort in Maldives, enjoying the warm golden rays of the tropical sun and relaxing back the azure waters of the beautiful ocean, the Republic of Maldives is peppered with attractions and places to see. Granted, the resorts are of a high quality and hotels such as Adaaran Select Hudhuranfushi are exquisite because of the immediate access its water chalets provide to the sea and there is nothing much that can stop you from waking up early, climbing down a wooden staircase and taking a dip in the Indian Ocean. While the panoramic natural beauty of the islands is undeniable, the people and the culture of Maldives are also of some interest.

The Capital city of Maldives, Male, is home to a number of such sites such as the National Museum where guests can obtain an insight into the history and culture of this beautiful cluster of islands. Male is also home to the Hukuru Miskiiy, also known as the Old Friday Mosque, and the Mulee Aage Palace (the Office of the President) is worth a visit as well.

Subsequent to visiting the National Museum of Maldives, a wonderful way to ponder upon the information one has just learnt is to take a stroll around Sultan’s Park. The Museum is located within the Park and, as the name itself suggests, the Park was once part of the grounds of the Sultan’s Palace. It is best not to visit the Park on Fridays, especially if you wish to take a leisurely stroll around its grounds, as it is only open for a few hours in the evening. The Park is generally open from 8am-6pm from Sunday to Thursday. Many sing high praise about the Park because of the colourful flowers and well maintained lawns which contribute to a sense of serenity that complements the general mood of Maldives and makes it a wonderful place to visit.

Pushpitha Wijesinghe is an experienced independent freelance writer. He specializes in providing a wide variety of content and articles related to the travel hospitality industry.

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