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Maxwell Beach Barbados Barbados is an island country in the Caribbean Sea. It wouldn’t be an overestimation to say this place has been created for entertainment and rest. Big palm groves, silent bays of the Caribbean Sea, white sand beaches and tender sun – a real piece of paradise on Earth.
Bridgetown is a real paradise for shopaholics. Broad Street is the main shopping street of the city. It is here, that the most popular department stores and designer clothing and footwear … Open
The island is often called “A Small England”, because the locals have adopted many traditions from the British people. The most popular sports here are polo, golf and cricket – typical English entertainments. One more distinct trait of the country is in special wedding traditions. Organizing a wedding on Barbados is considered prestigious and luxurious. Here you will find everything to create an unforgettable banquet and almost all hotels have special suites for newlyweds.
Apart from ideal conditions for honey moon, the resort offers numerous entertainments for other tourists. You can visit national parks and get acquainted with the nature of tropics, visit historical places or try water attractions that can be found on local beaches. Among architectural sights we should mention the Church of St. Michael and a wonderful Royal Park located nearby. If you want to know more about the life of local people, then move your feet to the Museum of Barbados that is visited by hundreds of people every day. If you cannot imagine your rest without shopping, then consider visiting Cheapside Market and Fairchild Market where local people sell their amazing hand-made souvenirs. Music lovers will definitely enjoy visiting the annual Festival of Jazz. Copyright www.orangesmile.com
Bridgetown is not a typical family resort. The city is famous for its historical sites and sports centers, as well as a rich world of marine life. However, guests with children will not be … Open
The busiest tourist town on the island is Bridgetown - the capital of Barbados. In the centre of town is a picturesque National Heroes Square, which is decorated with several interesting monuments and fountains, here is also a monument to Admiral Nelson. In addition to the main religious sights of the island, in the capital there is very interesting St. James’ Parish Church - the oldest of preserved churches on the island. It is notable not only for its unique architecture, but also the internal decor, which for hundreds of years the church has hardly changed. 
Barbados - horses No less interesting city for relaxation is Speightstown; this colonial town was founded in 1630. Today, this tiny town is the centre of the most popular shops, where you can find products from around the world. Local shops sell interesting national specialties, handmade souvenirs, as well as clothing and accessories of various popular European and American brands. Quaint shops are mixed with art galleries, although the pier remains a favorite place for walking among the guests of the city. 
Barbados is glad to offer a variety of restaurants to its guests. Among numerous dining venues of the island, tourists will easily find restaurants of the national cuisine and European … Open
On the island of Barbados many interesting museums and cultural centres are present, some of whom are quite unusual. An excellent example is the Concord Museum, where visitors are offered to try themselves as a Boeing pilots. 
Barbados Boardwalk Those who came with children should to go for a walk in Folkstounskomu Marine Park, which also has an interesting museum. Its exposition is devoted entirely to the inhabitants of the deep sea; the museum is largely focused on visitors with children. In the vicinity of the museum are several play areas for children, as well as playgrounds. 
Barbados locals are active, friendly, and cheerful people. They are distinguished by an incredible sense of humor and optimism. Tourists quickly catch the vibe and indulge themselves into … Open
Among those fond of excursions, tours to historical sites of the Abbey of Saint-Nicolas are very popular. There remain some fine old mansions that were built more than 350 years ago. Today within their walls interesting collections of antiques are held, including antique furniture and works of art and porcelain. For tourists, this historic landmark is also popular because it is in close proximity to the historic factory of St. Nicholas Abbey Rum, which is engaged in the production of rum.
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Barbados Island

From the series “The Most Beautiful Islands on the Planet”
The island also has the striking natural sights. Thousands of nature lovers are keen to visit their botanical garden Andromeda and wander through the lush tropical forests. On the island there is everything you need for an excellent and unforgettable holiday. Some coastal stretches are quite animated and offer a lot of discos and bars. On the other beaches, which can be recommended to the followers of the quiet rest, the splendor of the untouched nature prevails. The cultural life of the island is unique. Every year there are many interesting festivals, including the fish festival and the cane festival, as well as the exciting boat race. … Read further

Sightseeing in Barbados: things to see

As sugarcane is a primary crop in Barbados, rum making have become a tradition on the island. Tourists are welcome to see all stages of rum making during a distillery tour. Mount Gay Rum Distillery is a great place to sample different sorts of rum, participate in cocktails making or enjoy a full lunch. When staying in Barbados, check out the horse racing calendar as the island hosts many notable racing events, such as the Barbados Derby Day or the Barbados Gold Cup Day. … Open
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Malaysia Shares Its 2020 Tourist Arrivals Data

ASEAN countries (short-haul market) were the biggest source market for Malaysia, accounting for 68.1% of tourist arrivals (2.9 million). East Asia and South Asia (medium-haul market) had a share of 20.1% or 870 thousand arrivals, and the long-haul market had the smallest share of 11.8% or 512 thousand arrivals. The top ten source countries for Malaysia are the following: Singapore, Indonesia, China, Thailand, India, Brunei, South Korea, Japan, Australia, and Vietnam. Read this

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