Unfamiliar Destinations Blog

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333. Manama, Bahrain

Manama the main city in the small island country of Bahrain. You don’t hear much about it at all, but its rich in history and if you love architecture you will be amazed at the structures.

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332. Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

Abu Dhabi is one of the seven Emirates in the United Arab Emirates. It’s overlooked by its much shinier sister Emirate, Dubai. Abu Dhabi does hold its own though with the world’ largest mosque and home to one of the Formula One car racing event during the year. With all these attractions and more, its worth your time to visit this desert oasis.

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331. Augusta, Maine USA

Augusta Maine is worth visiting as it is the capital of the state and its always worth it to see the State Capitol building. Plus you must have some chowder as that’s a favorite food in the New England states.

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329. Auckland, New Zealand

Be notified when a new unfamiliar destination is added. Why Auckland is a beautiful city located in the southern hemisphere. It is rich in history as its still inhabited by the original Māori people....

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328. The Staten Island Ferry, New York USA

The Staten Island Ferry plies between Staten Island and New York City in the U.S. It’s free and a great way to see New York City from the waters surrounding it, plus you get an amazing view of the Statue of Liberty.

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327. Barack Obama Plaza, Moneygall Ireland

It’s pretty strange albeit cool to be driving down the motorway in Ireland and see a sign for Barack Obama Plaza. Well, that’s what happened when I visited Ireland recently and my driver stopped there for tea. You should do the same when heading on the M7.

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326. Tiong Bahru Market, Singapore

This is a local market in the heart of a busy local district in the heart of Singapore. You can shop, talk walk, and eat with the local people. What more could you desire?

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325. Mile Zero, Singapore

I’ve been to Singapore many times, but had never realized that the Fullerton Hotel Singapore is known as Mile Zero which is where Singapore starts. There’s a fascinating gallery inside telling you all about it and its a must see. The building itself used to be the General Post Office and if you look closely some of the staff in the building has “GPO” on the sleeve of their shirts.