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From Dubai you can visit Chill Out Ice Lounge The Chill out Ice Lounge is the first ice lounge in the Middle East. Originally opened in 2007, which had a major refurbishment in July 2014 creating a place with spell binding ice sculptures, ice seating & tables & a uniquely illuminated interior, all at a subzero temperature. The lounge serves hot soups, & wiches, juices, hot chocolates, coffee, tea & a variety of deserts, mock-tails & confectionary, making it the first of its kind in the world to serve hot food & beverages.Tour Summary Visit Chill Out Ice Lounge with friends and family for a unique experience in a subzero environment in Dubai! For detail and booking please call us or write us
Chill Out Ice Lounge in Dubai . From Delhi to Cill out Ice Lounge one has to travel to Dubai For more detail write to uholidays@gmail.com ot 24 x 7 09213531173 The Chillout Ice Lounge is the first ice lounge in the Middle East. Originally opened in 2007, which had a major refurbishment in July 2014 creating a place with spell binding ice sculptures, ice seating & tables & a uniquely illuminated interior, all at a subzero temperature. The lounge serves hot soups, & wiches, juices, hot chocolates, coffee, tea & a variety of deserts, mock-tails & confectionary, making it the first of its kind in the world to serve hot food & beverages.
Jungfraujoch - Top of Europe (For package write to us uholidays@gmail.com or www.uniqueholidays.info ) Icy air streams across your face, snow crunches under your feet, and the view nearly takes your breath away: on one side the view of the Mittel land up to the Vosges, on the other the Aletsch glacier, bordered by four thousand metre peaks. Standing on the Jungfraujoch 3, 454 metres above sea level, you can feel it with your first step: this is a different world. It's one you have to experience. Getting to Jungfraujoch – Top of Europe From Interlaken Ost station to Lauterbrunnen or Grindelwald via the Bernese Oberland Railway. Change to the Wengernalp cable car and go to Kleine Scheidegg. Ride the Jungfrau railway directly from there to Jungfraujoch – Top of Europe. Journey time from Interlaken-Ost: 2 hours. Alpine Sensation A shudder runs down the spine of whoever enters the 250 metre long corridor between the Sphinx Hall and Ice Palace. Not only because of the frosty temperatures, but also because of the sacrifices made by the miners to open up the Jungfraujoch to the railway. 30 memorial tablets bear witness to this. The music on the way also gives you goosebumps: It brings back to life the beginnings of the Jungfraubahn, together with the images from the time of the tourism visionaries. Even if visitors are more comfortable today than the miners were – they feel relieved when, at the end of the experience, they can pose in front of the giant snow globe and say Open all year round Daily during railway operating times Eismeer (Sea of Ice) Bluish, furrowed ice blocks under a blanket of eternal snow, and in the distance the panorama of four thousand metre peaks: This is how the Eismeer station appears at 3, 160 metres above sea level. This is where the train stops, so that the passengers can take their own personal souvenir picture. What actually lasts five minutes seems like a journey through time lasting many thousands of years: During the last ice age, all of Switzerland must have looked like this mountain. The trip is possible 365 days a year during railway operating times Accommodation during stopover: 5 minutes Ice Palace The more transient something is, the more beautiful. This is especially true of the Ice Palace and its treasures. Mountain guides created the aisles and halls in the 1930s with picks and saws in the middle of the Jungfraufirn. Today, artists create the ice – with a great deal of flair. On a mirror-smooth tour through a frosty world, visitors will discover their works of art in nooks and crannies. An eagle, ibex or bear, as though they had just been frozen, appear quite natural. Even at minus three Celsius, they are melting. Open all year round Daily during railway operating times Contact : Rail Info Interlaken Phone: +41 33 828 72 33 info(at)jungfrau.ch Opening hours Monday – Friday 8.00 - 12.00 Uhr 13.30 - 17.30 Uhr Samstag 9.00 - 12.00 Uhr Sonntag geschlossen
Repulse Bay Tour in Hongkong , located in the southern part of Hong Kong Island, (For Package and booking please write uholidays@gmail.com or 24 X 7 09213531173 www.uniqueholidays.info)is the most spectacular bay in the region. Its name comes from a 19th century battle in which the British army repulsed attacking pirates. Today, Repulse Bay is a luxurious residential area for dining, relaxation, and aquatic activities. The beach stretches long with clear azure blue water gently lapping the seashore. Its sand is golden and soft. With water temperatures ranging from 16ºC (60.8ºF) to 26ºC (80.6ºF) year round, it is a mecca for locals and visitors alike to escape the heat.Swimming is obviously popular and the bay is outfitted for safety with shark prevention nets and floating platforms. During the summer, lifeguards are on duty. Besides aquatic activities, there are extensive facilities for visitors. Barbecue racks are available under the shade near the beach. In addition, the area is dotted with hotels, supermarkets, and cafes. A lighthouse near the beach is a popular place to take photos. Watching the sunset is another popular pastime for visitors. The Zhenhai Tower Park, built in the traditional Chinese style, is located near the beach. Huge statues of the Queen of Heaven and the God of Mercy (Kwan-yin) sit in front of the park.
Milford Sound Tour To know package cost please write to us uholidays@gmail.com or 24 x 7 : 09213531173 Milford Sound If you need to see the natural wonder in the world you must travel to Milford Sound is a world renowned natural wonder with towering peaks, cascading waterfalls and amazing wildlife. Tour to Milford Sound you’ll never forget, with our Milford Sound day and overnight cruises, coach tours, scenic flights and kayaking trips. Overview Grab your camera and join us in one of the most beautiful places on earth – Milford Sound. In Milford Sound you’ll see towering cliffs and peaks – including the much photographed and iconic Mitre Peak that rises more than a kilometre straight out of the sea. Waterfalls cascade into the fiord and luxuriant rain forest clings to sheer rock faces in this exceptional place. You can travel to Milford Sound in our custom-built glass roofed coaches so you won’t miss views of the mountains, glaciers and rainforest … yep, you’ll need the camera on the coach. Or for a different perspective of Milford Sound, take a scenic flight from Queenstown. Once there, join a Scenic cruise or go on a more leisurely and informative Nature cruise. For an immersive Milford experience, join one of our overnight cruises aboard our traditionally designed scows. To explore this magnificent area in a more intimate way and at sea level, our sea kayaking adventures are perfect. However, you choose to experience Milford Sound and whatever its mood - teaming with rain, shrouded in mist or glistening in the sun – prepare to be inspired! About Milford Sound Milford Sound is the most well-known and most accessible of all the fiords in New Zealand’s Fiordland National Park, a World Heritage Area. Its 16 kilometre (14 nautical miles) length is lined by sheer rock faces that soar 1, 200 metres (3, 900 ft) or more from the water. At 1692 metres, the iconic Mitre Peak is a spectacular sight and New Zealand’s most photographed mountain. Milford Sound is in the heart of a rainforest (annual rainfall is 6, 813mm or 268 inches) which creates walls of temporary waterfalls on a wet day receding to just two permanent waterfalls (Lady Bowen Falls and Stirling Falls) in drier conditions. Glorious on a fine day, Milford Sound’s ethereal, moody beauty in the rain is equally spectacular. Getting There The journey to Milford Sound is just as spectacular as the destination itself, whether you travel by road or by air. Milford Sound is around 5-6 hours (one-way) from Queenstown and around 3 hours from Te Anau by road Weather Milford Sound is one of the wettest places in the world with a mean annual rainfall of 6813mm (268 in). It rains for around a 180 day of the year, with rainfall reaching 250mm (10 in) over a 24 hour period. The temperature in Milford can vary depending on the season and can go from an average high of around 19C in summer (Dec - Feb) to around 9.5C in winter (Jun - Aug). Flora & Fauna of the region Tenuously clinging to the steep rock faces of the fiord, the beech tree canopy towers over a rich green world where ferns, mosses and lichen flourish. Shallow rooted, this ecosystem depends on heavy rainfall for survival - the same rain which causes massive slips often sending whole tracts of forest crashing into the water below. Native New Zealand birds thrive in this nearly untouched wilderness – tui, bellbirds, kea and even the rare kakapo and takahe. Colonies of New Zealand fur seals and other sea life thrive in the fiord which is home to a marine reserve. Bottlenose dolphins, Fiordland Crested Penguins and little penguins are also resident in the fiords. The high rainfall has also created a unique underwater environment - as fresh water drains through the lush forests, it becomes stained with tannins to the colour of strong tea. This dark water sits on top of the seawater blocking light and allowing normally deep-sea life to exist in relatively shallow waters. The fiords support the world's biggest population of black coral trees - about seven million colonies, some of them up to 200 years old. They are home also to brachiopods; primitive clam-like animals that have been bypassed by evolution, remaining unchanged in over 300 million years. History Milford Sound is believed to have been discovered by the Maori over 1, 000 years ago. They named the sound Piopiotahi after the legend of a single Piopio bird which flew here mourning the death of its partner. Milford Sound was well known to Maori but not discovered by Europeans until 1812 when Captain John Grono named it Milford Haven after his homeland in Wales. Its name was later changed to Milford Sound by Captain John Lort Stokes. The fiord’s natural beauty soon became well known. The Mackinnon Pass was discovered in 1888 and soon became part of the Milford Track – now one of the world’s great walks and the Homer Tunnel was developed in 1954 to provide road access to the fiord.
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