Give us your ‘Top 5’ list for one of the above destinations, like a mini-guide or to-do list of sorts (it could be anything such as a restaurant you recommend, a unique hotel, activity, etc.)

1) Oslo

Popular actions include; walking, fishing , and even photography. Apart from these, you need to observe that the buildings as well as the bridges. Its most North Street (Bei Dajie), is the most preserved and has old buildings from the Qing Dynasty. Additionally, there are some restaurants where you could grab a bite and an artsy bar to relax. The Xihu Streets sponsor the Qing Dynasty post office. It has old letters and other post cards.

1) Oslo

My Road Trip Route

The Best Way to get there: Choose BTS Sky Train to Victory Monument Station.

A Continuously Growing Country

There are several theories as to why the city is painted blue, but the consensus is that Jews escaping the Spanish inquisition in the late 1400s arrived and started the tradition. It’s definitely a place where you’ll need to wear comfortable walking shoes.

3. History Lovers Haven

Long seen as just a place for raucous Spring Breakers, Fort Lauderdale currently has a far more complicated reputation. Whisky and jazz have substituted moist and tequila t-shirts, and the dining and shopping on Las Olas is boujis boutique and vibrant. 

What are some of the things I can do there?

Marina Beach is a place to attempt Tamil seafood. For a breakfast spread, if you are looking to attempt beef dishes that are Indian, and check out Eating Circles Restaurant, have a look at the menu in Sukkubhai Biryani. And if you love foods such as me, do not overlook the poultry dishes that are fiery in Sangeetha Dhaba Hotel and Restaurant!

What are some of the things I can do there?