What interesting place to visit in your city?

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  1. ryanjhoe profile image62
    ryanjhoeposted 5 years ago

    What interesting place to visit in your city?

    I would like to know any place that you think interesting to visit in your city. It can be the plaza, the park or the beach depend on where you live.

  2. peachpurple profile image84
    peachpurpleposted 5 years ago

    the shopping centres.... the park is full with trash and rusty exercise and playground items, the beach is filthy with garbage...only the shopping centre is the best! Go for Jusco if you drop by in malaysia.

    1. ryanjhoe profile image62
      ryanjhoeposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      I see.. yes, I will probably need this information if I want to visit Malaysia someday. Thanks.

  3. SEXYLADYDEE profile image68
    SEXYLADYDEEposted 5 years ago

    New York City has many wonderful places to visit. But some of the least expensive things to do are the best. You can look up smaller museums (Native American), shop in Harlem (116th St), visit the Apollo theater, check out one of the beautiful botanical gardens in the Bronx or Brooklyn, visit the Children's Museum in Brooklyn, Visit the Bronx Zoo, take the Ferry, visit the Library on 42nd Street and so much more for free or very little cost.  The subway can take you all over the five boroughs for less than $15 on an unlimited ticket. Sorry it's impossible to just name one in the BIG APPLE. Dee

    1. ryanjhoe profile image62
      ryanjhoeposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      I've always want to visit New York and you give me plenty of information about interesting place there along with the cost. I cannot say anymore words other than thank you so much for your answer! smile

  4. dghbrh profile image77
    dghbrhposted 5 years ago

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    I presently live in Guwahati, the gateway to the North Eastern region of India. There are two most interesting places here to visit which always amaze me with their serenity and ever changing mood and feel. They are .....Mighty River Brahmaputra....and Maa Kamakhya Temple.
    The Red River Brahmaputra is flowing through within the city and whenever one cross/go by this river every trip is a always very inspirational experience at least for me.
    The the Kamakhya Temple at the Nilachal Hill top is always fascinating place for me with many visitors and an exclusive feel about the place. Its a shakti peeth temple of Hindu religion.
    Thank you

    1. ryanjhoe profile image62
      ryanjhoeposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Looks interesting place to visit. I'll put it on my list. Thanks! smile

  5. Tammy L profile image75
    Tammy Lposted 5 years ago

    Most people visit the Dallas, Texas area for one of two reasons.  The first being the John F. Kennedy assassination site of Dealey Plaza.  The now named Sixth Floor Museum was called the Texas Schoolbook Depository in 1963.  The second place people visit is Southfork Ranch in Parker, Texas where the exterior scenes of the mansion were filmed for the television series, "Dallas".

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    Pamdoraposted 5 years ago

    I don't like visiting much of anything in town, but out here in the country where we live, the border fence is interesting.  We live one mile north of the border.  You can see the fence from our place even with the naked eye.  Up close, it's even more interesting.  Fourteen or more feet high in places, nothing but waist-high vehicle-stopping iron in others, and in still others, nothing at all.

    Then I guess you could visit the little area about half a mile from our place where the illegal border crossers congregate before pushing on north to safe houses in the middle of the night.

    Others might not think that sort of thing is interesting, but we do.

  7. Amanda108 profile image92
    Amanda108posted 5 years ago

    I believe every town, no matter how small, has some place interesting worth visiting. In our town - Lake Orion, Michigan - one such place is called Canterbury Village. It was has original cottages from 1922, which now house unique shops. There is a gigantic Christmas store in a *castle*. A Gaelic pub. A carousel that's almost 100 years old. They have festivals occasionally and it's always a delight!

 
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