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TOP 100 Things To Do Before You Turn 100

TOP 100 Things To Do Before You Turn 100

In no particular order we have ranked the TOP 100 things to do before you turn 100. From London to Sydney and all the stops in between take a journey with us across the globe and visit the TOP 100. 

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1. Sahakari Spice Farm

Sahakari Spice Farm

North Goa, India

Filled with rows and rows of colour, Sahakari is a true representation of India’s incredible spices. Spread over 130 acres and with an impressive range of fruits and herbs as well as spices, a trip to Sahakari is the perfect cultural day activity.

Book a room at Park Regis Goa

2. Marble Mountains

Marble Mountains

Da Nang, Vietnam

The Marble Mountains are a cluster of five marble and limestone hills. For more active travellers, you can hike to the summit of Mount Thuy. Orif you prefer to take in the sites and sounds whilst soaking up all the natural history from the bottom of the mountains, you can enjoy shopping, or riding the glass elevator up the 43-metre ascent. This is one of the most intriguing places to visit in central Vietnam, and offers sensational views and impressive caves.

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3. See a show at the Opera House

See a show at the Opera House

Sydney, Australia

Be sure to book in and watch a performance by Opera Australia at the iconic Opera House. Depending on the time of year, you can experience classic operas by composers such as Mozart and Puccini or enjoy a Broadway musical. Before heading into a show, why not stop for a bite to eat and drink at the fabulous Opera Bar located just outside the Opera House and enjoy views of the famous Sydney Harbour Bridge across Circular Quay.

Book a room at Park Regis City Centre Sydney

4. Hike/Sightsee the Three Sisters

Hike/ Sightsee the Three Sisters

Leura, Australia

The ancient Aboriginal site that is theTthree Sisters is a must when visiting Leura. Admire from a distance via the viewing platform, or hike closer to witness these incredible natural formations.

Book a room at Leisure Inn Spires Blue Mountains

5. West End Performances

West End Performances

London, United Kingdom

The famous theatre district in London boasts 39 theatres. This is the location where many large commerical productions are shown.

Book a room at The Prince Akatoki London

6. Dine at a Michelin-starred restaurant

Dine at a Michelin-starred restaurant

Birmingham, United Kingdom

Filled with more Michelin-starred restaurants than any other city outside the capital, treating yourself to a meal in Birmingham. Purnells, Simpsons, Adams or Carters are considered a must, and the city has been dubbed as continually going through a food revolution. So if you’re ever dine at a Michelin star restuarant, do it in Birmingham.

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7. Check out the amazing street art

Check out the amazing street art

Melbourne, Australia

Melbourne is considered one of the street art capitals of the world, so when visiting you must put this on your list of things to do. You can spend a whole day exploring laneways that provide the perfect canvas for street artists.

Book a room at Park Regis Griffin Suites Melbourne

8. Deira

Deira

Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Deira is most famous for its traditional souks (markets), which bustle with shoppers at all times of the day. Deira Gold Souk is world-renowned as the largest gold bazaar in the world. The Deira Spice Souk sells every imaginable spice, with stalls overflowing with bags of frankincense, cumin, paprika, saffron, sumac, and thyme, as well as the fragrant oud wood, rose water, and incense. For a more local experience, make sure to schedule a stop at the fish market.

Book a room at Park Regis Kris Kin Dubai

9. Snorkel the Great Barrier Reef

Snorkel the Great Barrier Reef

Cairns, Australia

Visit one of the seven wonders of the natural world and see for yourself what makes it one of the planet’s most extraordinary destinations. Home to the largest coral reef system, the Great Barrier Reef can be spotted from space, which makes visiting from either above or below water truly amazing.

10. Visit Ubud and the Bali Swing

Visit Ubud and the Bali Swing

Bali, Indonesia

The location features ancient temples, rice fields and an active volcano, just to name a few attractions – as well as being a social media hotspot. The Bali Swing park boasts 7 swings (3 single swings, 1 adrenaline rush swing, 1 single swing-bed, 2 couple swing-beds), 7 cute nests, photo spots, helicopter, jungle-boat, sky-bed, 2 huge stones over the edge above the valley with the canyon and river waterfall view.

Book a room at Park Regis Kuta Bali

11. Shop at Marina Bay Sands and have lunch on the rooftop

Shop at Marina Bay Sands and have lunch on the rooftop

Singapore, Singapore

One of the most profitable and recognisable hotels in the world, Marina Bay Sands offers everything a visitor could want. Enjoy shopping, fine dinning or catch a West End musical before enjoying a drink from the iconic Skybar on the 57th floor!

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12. Visit the Rocks

Visit the Rocks

Sydney, Australia

One of the first sites of European settlement in Australia, The Rocks is bursting with history. Here, you can enjoy well-known markets, cobblestone laneways, and art galleries as well as an array of historic pubs and dining options to choose from – many with amazing views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Be sure to visit the Cadman’s Cottage which is the oldest residential house in Sydney.

Book a room at Park Regis Concierge Sydney

13. Boag's Brewery

Boag's Brewery

Launceston, Australia

Whether you’re into beer, history, or both, take a trip to the famous Boag’s Brewery, founded in 1883.

Book a room at Leisure Inn Penny Royal Launceston

14. Merah Putih

Merah Putih

Bali, Indonesia

Celebrating Indonesia’s finest cuisine, culture, craftsmanship & people,this restaurant serves Indonesian classics alongside creative dishes that experiment with traditional spices & flavours from across the archipelago.

Book a room at Park Regis Kuta Bali

15. Ernakulam Shiva Temple

Ernakulam Shiva Temple

Kochi, India

Dedicated to Lord Shiva, this temple is considered as the city temple, with the presiding deity as the protector of the city as per local Hindu faiths and traditions. The temple hasa deep association with history of the city and was one of the 7 royal temples of Kochi Maharajas.

Book a room at Leisure Inn VKL Kochi

16. Buy a take-home goodie from Cocoa Nib

Buy a take-home goodie from Cocoa Nib

Hunter Valley, Australia

Taste quality handcrafted chocolate at Cocoa Nib. Arguably some of Australia’s best and most renowned chocolate, Cocoa Nib’s mouthwatering flavour combinations are a must try in Pokolbin.

Book a room at Leisure Inn Pokolbin Hill Hunter Valley

17. Dafen Oil Painting Village

Dafen Oil Painting Village

Shenzhen, China

Dafen is the world’s largest producer of replica oil paintings and is a must visit for those who love art and culture. When visiting the artist village you will find over 1,200 galleries containing replicas of masterpieces from Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa to Warhol’s Campbell’s Soup Cans.

18. Eat at Gunpowder

Eat at Gunpowder

North Goa, India

Easily one of Goa’s best restaurants, this restaurant serves up heart dishes from across India’s southern coast in a quirky and cheerful colourful setting. Try their renowned masala prawns or beef stir fry!

Book a room at Park Regis Goa

19. Hunan Restaurant

Hunan Restaurant

Zhuhai, China

This patriotic Chinese restaurant is a great place for dinner and an absolute must-see whilst you’re in China. The fiery waiters in military uniforms will serve you a range of delicious, spicy Hunan cuisine. Must-try: fatty pork, potato dry pot, chicken with cashew, red & green pepper fish head.

20. Areekkal Falls

Areekkal Falls

Kochi, India

A great day out for the mind and the soul, Areekkal Falls is surrounded by moderate forest and rubber plantations. You can enjoy the peace of the environment combined with fresh air and occasional rains.

Book a room at Leisure Inn VKL Kochi

21. Visit the Hawa Mahal

Visit_the_Hawa_Mahal

Jaipur, India

Jaipur’s most-impressive landmark, the Hawa Mahal constructed in 1799 by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh to enable ladies of the royal household to watch the life and processions of the city. The top offers stunning views over Jantar Mantar and the City Palace in one direction and over Sireh Deori Bazaar in the other.

Book a room at Leisure Inn Grand Chanakya

22. Rug up and get outside to explore the Tamar Island Wetlands Centre and Reserve.

Tamar Island Wetlands Centre and Reserve

Launceston, Australia

Walk the area or bunker down in the bird hide to watch and wait for an array of birdlife. The Tamar Island Wetlands Centre offers a range of activities for both adults and children. Volunteers present talks and activities on topics such as wetlands ecology, macro-invertebrates and the pest fish species Gambusia.

Book a room at Leisure Inn Penny Royal Launceston

23. Kashi Art Café

Kashi Art Café

Kochi, India

Fort Cochin’s original (and best) art cafe, this fashionable, natural-light-filled space has a Zen vibe, a creeping vertical garden and stylish wood tables spreading out into a courtyard dotted with contemporary artwork. The coffee is strong, organic ingredients are used wherever possible, and the luscious breakfasts and lunches are excellent. (Try the French toast, home-baked cakes, creative salads).

Book a room at Leisure Inn VKL Kochi

24. National Monument

National Monument

Jakarta, Indonesia

The National Monument is a 132m tower located in the centre of Mardeka Square, Central Jakarta. The national monument was built to commemorate the struggle for Indonesian independence and is topped by a flame covered with gold foil. You are able to visit the monument daily, including taking trip to the top where you will have the chance to take in panoramic views of Jakarta City. Once visiting the tower, you can also explore the parks and statues situated around the monument.

Book a room at Park Regis Arion Kemang

25. Shijing Mountain Park

Shijing Mountain Park

Zhuhai, China

Those who climb up the mountain are rewarded with a beautiful landscape of boundless waters, scattered islands, a beautiful bay and a spectacular view of the prosperous city beneath. The park on the mountain has cable cars, which you can take to the top of the mountain for a panoramic view of the city. You can also check out the “stone zoo” with rocks in the shape of different animals.

26. Harvest Launceston Community Farmers' Market

Harvest Launceston Community Farmers' Market

Launceston, Australia

Pick up fresh produce direct from the growers and producers at the Harvest Launceston Community Farmers’ Market. Taking place every Saturday, you can taste your way around the stalls or take a basketful of delights back to your hotel.

Book a room at Leisure Inn Penny Royal Launceston

27. Kuranda Scenic Railway

Kuranda Scenic Railway

Cairns, Australia

A true taste of one of Australia’s most spectacular rail journeys, the Kuranda Scenic Railway offers views of dense rainforest, steep ravines, incredible waterfalls and heritage listed national parks. This makes for a fantastic day out for the whole family.

Book a room at Park Regis City Quays Cairns

28. Head to Cataract Gorge to make everyone in your party happy.

Head to Cataract Gorge

Launceston, Australia

From walking trails to the world’s longest chair lift, to a lovely café and even a swimming pool, there really is something for everyone.

Book a room at Leisure Inn Penny Royal Launceston

29. Linh Ung Pagoda

Linh Ung Pagoda

Da Nang, Vietnam

Visit the breathtaking Ling Ung Pagoda hilltop temple and take in the amazing scenic views that surround it. Just 9km from the city centre, Ling Ung – Bai Pagoda is considered one of the largest pagoda in Da Nang City. It is famous for its huge statue of Lady Buddha who stands tall over the city, and is considered the tallest statue in Vietnam.

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30. Fatahillah Square

Fatahillah Square

Jakarta, Indonesia

Fatahillah Square is the historical centre of the old Batavia and is located at the centre of Jakarta Old Town. Here you can enjoy the sound of locals playing music, get artsy at the Jakarta Arts Space, rent one of the colourful bikes parked around the square and take yourself on a short tour, explore the musuems that the Fatahillah Square is surrounded by including the Jakarta History Musuem, and feast on traditional Betawi cuisine from one of the many local vendors.

Book a room at Park Regis Arion Kemang

31. Hot Balloon over the Hunter Valley

Hot Balloon over the Hunter Valley

Hunter Valley, Australia

Experience the Hunter from above with a hot air ballon ride at sunrise. Experience incredible views of sweeping mountains and estates.

Book a room at Leisure Inn Pokolbin Hill Hunter Valley

32. Have a drink at a 1920's era bar

Have a drink at a 1920's era bar

Birmingham, United Kingdom

Channeling unassuming and prohibited 1920’s vibes, the many super-cool bars of Birmingham are often unmarked and hidden – making a drink at one (or several!) a must. Have a whisky at the Peaky Blinders bar or The Peaky Speakeasy bar hidden behind a bookcase.

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33. The Meixi Sceneic Archway

The Meixi Sceneic Archway

Zhuhai, China

Situated in the Meixi village in Zhuhai, the Archway comprises three archways built to honor Chen Fang, the consul general to Honolulu. The archways are built on a unique design combining traditional Chinese architecture with Western decorative style. They open into a park which has a museum, the former residence of Chen Fang, a garden and cemetery. There are many exhibits, performances, and an active workshops where you can buy souvenirs.

34. Visit Daintree Rainforest

Visit Daintree Rainforest

Cairns, Australia

This unique rainforest is home to the most extensive range of rare plants and animals on earth. Walk through or cable car over the top to take in this breathtaking slice of nature

Book a room at Park Regis City Quays Cairns

35. National Gallery of Victoria

National Gallery of Victoria

Melbourne, Australia

Founded in 1861, the National Gallery of Victoria is one of the oldest and most visited galleries in Australia. Spanning two buildings, here you will find a wide range of international and local artists and exhibitions. Around the year the gallery also hosts programs and events such as contemporary arts to major international historic exhibitions, fashion and design, architecture, sound and dance – so be sure to check what’s on when you are in town.

Book a room at Park Regis Griffin Suites Melbourne

36. Brick Lane

Brick Lane

London, United Kingdom

Brick Lane is the heart of London’s Bangladeshi community. An incredibly diverse neighbourhood, Brick Lane features road signs in both English and Bengali, and is well-known for its abundance of curry houses. This is the perfect spot to find something spicy to eat but be sure to go to one of the many sweet shops for some authentic South Asian desserts. The area also features a number of trendy bars as well as regular marketplaces, attracting a young and fashionable crowd.

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37. Dudhsagar Falls

Dudhsagar Falls

North Goa, India

Translating to sea of milk, Dudhsagar Falls is Goa’s tallest waterfall at 310 meters. Hidden in the Western Ghat Mountains, this three-steamed, four-tiered natural marvel is a must see!

Book a room at Park Regis Goa

38. Stroll the many laneways with the country's best coffee

Stroll the many laneways

Melbourne, Australia

Known for its coffee culture and incredible arts scene, why not combine the two? Grab a takeaway from one of the many vendors around town (Degraves Lane is touted as home to some of the best) and then wander the streets to find hidden and not so hidden laneways, some with incredible street art.

Book a room at Park Regis Griffin Suites Melbourne

39. Visit The Palm

Palm Jumeirah

Dubai, United Arab Emirates

See the man made wonder of The Palm Jumeirah, an artificial archipelago in Dubai. You can swim with the sharks, play with the dolphins or have a boozy brunch at one of the splendid restaurants.

Book a room at Park Regis Kris Kin Dubai

40. Wander through Gardens by the bay

Wander through Gardens by the bay

Singapore, Singapore

Step into a rainforest-like sancturary in the middle of Singapore and be captivated by the 101 hectares of increible lush flora. Filled with incredible displays and exhibitions, this modern day garden is a must-see day and night.

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41. Basilica of Bom Jesus

Basilica of Bom Jesus

North Goa, India

Built in 1605, this is easily one of Goa’s most famous churches, holding the remailns of St. Francis Xavier. Filled with incredible architecture and art, this Roman Catholic church is well worth the look.

Book a room at Park Regis Goa

42. Witness the light show at Sky Garden

Witness the light show at Sky Garden

Singapore, Singapore

See the incredible giant tree-like sculptures light up the Singapore skyline at night for a truly jaw-dropping experience. Get even closer to the action by visiting the top of one for even more amazing views.

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43. Hyde Park

Hyde Park

London, United Kingdom

The park has historical significance, having hosted a number of demonstrations and protests including protests by the Suffragettes.The park’s famous Speaker’s Corner is still occupied by debates, protests, and performance artists every week. The park is home to several memorial features, as well as two bodies of water, the most famous being the Serpentine. Here you can go paddle-boating, see a number of swans, and take in a breath of fresh air in the center of the city.

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44. Jumeirah Mosque

Jumeirah Mosque

Dubai, United Arab Emirates

An exact copy of Cairo’s Al-Azhar Mosque, which is eight times its size, the Jumeirah Mosque is a fine example of Islamic architecture. This stone structure is built in the medieval Fatimid tradition, with two minarets that display the subtle details in the stonework. It is particularly attractive in the evening when lit with floodlights. The Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Centre for Cultural Understanding (which also runs a program of tours, lectures, Arabic classes, and cultural meals) organizes guided tours of the mosque designed to try to foster a better understanding of the Muslim faith.

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45. Wander along one of the many canals

Wander along one of the many canals

Birmingham, United Kingdom

With more canals than venice, walking by the 35 miles of waterways across Birmingham is the perfect way to discover the city by foot and witness the unique industrial history that was shaped thanks to these waterways.

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46. Whale Watching Tours

Whale Watching Tours

Townsville, Australia

From July through September, humpback whales swim the warm waters around the Palm Islands, just north of Townsville. Tours typically cruise along the sheltered bays of Pelorus and Orpheus Island in search of these gentle giants. Most include a picnic lunch on Yanks Jetty at Orpheus Island, where you can feed the fish and, if conditions are suitable, swim or snorkel in the clear water.

Book a room at Park Regis Anchorage Townsville

47. Bastakia Quarter (Old Dubai)

Bastakia Quarter (Old Dubai)

Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Bastakia occupies the eastern portion of Bur Dubai along the creek, and the coral and limestone buildings here, many with walls topped with wind-towers, have been excellently preserved. This area was built in the late 19th century to be the home of wealthy Persian merchants. Inside the district, you’ll find the Majlis Gallery, with its collection of traditional Arab ceramics and furniture (housed in a wind-tower) and the Al Serkal Cultural Foundation, with a shop, cafe, and rotating art exhibitions (located in one of the historic buildings).

48. Climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge

Climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge

Sydney, Australia

Get a bird’s eye view of Sydney, and take part in a once in a lifetime bridge climb. With options for everyone, you can choose to climb the bridge at dawn, day or night.

Book a room at Park Regis Concierge Sydney

49. OCT Loft Creative Culture Park

Shenzhen Business District

Shenzhen, China

Shenzhen is fast becoming China’s creative capital. The OCT Loft is a must for those looking for a boho and eclectic vibe. Located in a former factory, the district is now filled with art galleries, quirky coffee shops, bookstores and plenty of venues to enjoy live music and a drink or two.

50. Black Country Museum

Black Country Museum

Birmingham, United Kingdom

This award wining open air museum that tells the story of the world’s first industrial landscapes with bulidings, vehicles and shops that represent the Black Country’s story. Get a taste of what it was like to live and work during a revolutionary period of history that shaped the world.

Book a room at Park Regis Birmingham

51. Take a private food & wine tour

Take a private food & wine tour

Hunter Valley, Australia

No fantastic weekend is complete without wine or a limousine! Ride in style with your very own personal chauffeur for a customised trip to taste local wines, cheeses, and chocolates.

Book a room at Leisure Inn Pokolbin Hill Hunter Valley

52. Wander through Everglades Garden

Wander through Everglades Garden

Leura, Australia

This heritage National Trust is a true representation of the Blue Mountains. Filled with Australian natives and on-site tea house, Everglades Gardens is the perfect place to unwind and breathe in the fresh Blue Mountian air!

Book a room at Leisure Inn Spires Blue Mountains

53. Visit the Dunia Fantasi

Visit the Dunia Fantasi

Jakarta, Indonesia

Dunia Fantasi is Jakarta’s own theme park and offers over 40 rides and attractions. Perfect for adventure seekers and families alike, the theme park is located in North Jakarta and is sure to offer a fun-filled day out for all ages.

Book a room at Park Regis Arion Kemang

54. Bar crawl along South Bank

Bar crawl along South Bank

Brisbane, Australia

With river views, cocktail bars, pubs, and restaurants, South Bank is great any time – but it’s also perfect for a Friday or Saturday night out.

Book a room at Park Regis North Quay Brisbane

55. Visit Jantar Mantar

Visit_Jantar_Mantar

Jaipur, India

The Jantar Mantar features the world’s largest stone sundial, and is a UNESCO World Heritage site a collection of nineteen architectural astronomical instruments built by the Rajput king Sawai Jai Singh I, the founder of Jaipur, Rajasthan. The monument was completed in 1734.

Book a room at Leisure Inn Grand Chanakya

56. Eat Singapore Chilli Crab at Jumbo Seafood

Eat Singapore Chilli Crab at Jumbo Seafood

Singapore, Singapore

The iconic Singaporean seafood dish is a must try to complete the culinary journey of Singapore. Home to arguably the best, visit Jumbo Seafood to try this delicious dish for yourself.

Book a room at Park Regis Singapore

57. Breakfast at Penny & Co

Breakfast at Penny & Co

Brisbane, Australia

A must while in Brisbane, this local favourite boasts specialty coffee and fine food in leafy Dutton Park. One of Urban List’s top 3 eateries in the city.

Book a room at Park Regis North Quay Brisbane

58. Danang International Fireworks Festival

Danang International Fireworks Festival

Da Nang, Vietnam

This annual event is one of the most exciting for Danang, with people from all over the world travelling to take part over five consecutive weekends in June and July. The Danang International Fireworks Festival takes place over the scenic Han River and can be seen from all over the city. The amazing event is certainly one to add to your bucket list.

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59. Finns Beach Club

Finns Beach Club

Bali, Indonesia

Featuring 4 pools, 9 bars (including 2 swim up pool bars), 5 restaurants, Sushi Bar, daily DJs, live Vocalists and stunning sunsets – and only 10 mins from Seminyak – Finns is a must for a perfect day of relaxation.

Book a room at Park Regis Kuta Bali

60. Attend Leura Garden Festival

Attend Leura Garden Festival

Leura, Australia

This famous annual garden festival is truly breathtaking. Filled with bright blossom trees and blooms, Leura Gardens Festival attracts hundreds each year and its eay to see why! Wander through with the whole family for a truly beautiful day out.

Book a room at Leisure Inn Spires Blue Mountains

61. The Strand

The Strand

Townsville, Australia

Stretching for 2.5 kilometers along the calm waters of Cleveland Bay, The Strand is a popular beachfront promenade and a great spot to enjoy the sun. It features the Strand Water Park, biking, jogging and you can also fish off the jetty, get a sweat up on the outdoor fitness equipment, and kayak or paddleboard in the calm waters.

Book a room at Park Regis Anchorage Townsville

62. Princess Street

Princess Street

Kochi, India

Reminiscent of Kochi’s colonial days, Princess Street features antique stores, cigar shops, kiosks, cafes, restaurants, and art galleries, making it a popular hangout for tourists and locals, as well as a decent shopping destination for visitors in need of some retail therapy. Placed in the heart of the city, this busy street features many European-style bungalows and other colonial-era buildings displaying Portuguese, Dutch, French and British influence.

Book a room at Leisure Inn VKL Kochi

63. The Queen Victoria Museum & Art Gallery

Launceston Aerial Shot

Launceston, Australia

Check out Australia’s largest regional museum, the Queen Victoria Museum & Art Gallery. Brush up on your local history or take some time out to get lost in art from around the country and the world.

Book a room at Leisure Inn Penny Royal Launceston

64. Burj Khalifa

Burj Khalifa

Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Standing 828 metres high, the Burj Khalifa is the world’s tallest tower. On a clear day, the view from the observation deck on level 124 is absolutely stunning, topped only by the view from the luxurious At The Top Sky Lounge on the 148th floor. For those who would like to linger awhile, enjoy a meal at At.mosphere on level 122 or head to The Lounge, Burj Khalifa that covers levels 152, 153 and 154, making it the tallest lounge on the planet.

Book a room at Park Regis Business Bay Dubai

65. Scuba Dive to the SS Yongala

Scuba Dive to the SS Yongala

Townsville, Australia

Situated near Cape Bowling Green off the coast between Townsville and Ayr, the SS Yongala is possibly the best wreck dive in the world. The ship, at 110 metres long, is one of the largest, most intact historic shipwrecks, as well as one of the most intriguing maritime mysteries – after sinking in 1911, the SS Yongala lay undiscovered for more than half a century.

Book a room at Park Regis Anchorage Townsville

66. 3D Museum Art in paradise

3D Museum Art in paradise

Da Nang, Vietnam

Visit the 3D Museum Art in Paradise located in Da Nang and the largest of its kind in Vietnam. Here you will find hundreds of 3D art works that are all drawn and painted by hand. Three dimensional and scientific method combinations have been used to make the paintings look realistic and live. Perfect for families, couples or friends travelling together – the 3D Museum Art in paradiseis a must visit, and offers plenty of photo opportunities.

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67. Oxford vs Cambridge Boat Race on the Thames

Oxford vs Cambridge Boat Race on the Thames

London, United Kingdom

Established by the Oxford and Cambridge Rowing Foundation to deliver the annual Boat Race between Cambridge University and Oxford University, it is one of the major British sporting events of the year. 2020 will see the 166th Men’s Boat Race and the 75th Women’s Boat Race and will be the fifth time that the male and female crews will compete on the same day over the same course. The event attracts in excess of 250,000 spectators to the banks of the Championship Course between Putney and Mortlake and through our partnership with the BBC we reach over 6 million people in the UK alone with many more millions across the world.

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68. Take a hike up the Nanshan Mountains

Take a hike up the Nanshan Mountains

Shenzhen, China

Set in the mountains of Shenzhan, here you can walk up the new hiking trail and take in the amazing views of the surrounding oceans and the beautiful countryside. The trail spans 446 meters and includes platforms for resting, viewing and sports. For those who love to get outdoors and enjoy natural scenery, there is a new hiking trail recently opened on Nashan mountain is certaintly worth exploring.

69. The Statue of Fisher Girl

The Statue of Fisher Girl

Zhuhai, China

The Statue of the Fisher Girl has become the landmark in the city of Zhuhai, located at the scenic Xianglu Bay. Composed by granite at 8.7 meter of height, the statue is the must visit spot for all tourist to Zhuhai. The fisher girl stands at the charming Xianglu Bay in an elegant pose, and raising a bright pearl with both hands high in the air, symbolising Zhuhai’s brightness.

70. Visit Story Bridge

Visit Story Bridge

Brisbane, Australia

One of the most famous Brisbane attractions is the heritage-listed and iconic Story Bridge. The bridge lights up at night and makes for amazing photos against the Brisbane Skyline. You can also climb the bridge on a 2-hour guided climb for a 360º view of the city and to learn about the history. If you’re visiting in September, you can also see the Sunsuper Riverfire, which is a much-loved community event which has been taking place across Brisbane’s skies for 22 years, with Story Bridge front and centre. This is one of the most electrifying pyrotechnic displays in Australia, fired from multiple bridges, barges and city rooftops, with aerobatics from the Australian Defence Force.

Book a room at Park Regis North Quay Brisbane

71. Day trip to Nusa Penida

Day trip to Nusa Penida

Bali, Indonesia

This island off mainland Bali is famous for Kelingking Beach, Crystal Bay, Manta Point (which are known for Manta Rays) and Attu Beach

Book a room at Park Regis Kuta Bali

72. Castle Hill

Castle Hill

Townsville, Australia

A 290-meter-high pink granite monolith, with beautiful 360-degree views from its peak, you can see all the way across the city and beyond to Magnetic Island, or look inland over the patchwork of fields and houses. Only taking about an hour to hike up, Castle Hill offers an easy exercise break for travellers.

Book a room at Park Regis Anchorage Townsville

73. Visit the Chinese Garden of Friendship

Visit the Chinese Garden of Friendship

Sydney, Australia

Situated in the south end of Darling Harbour and a short walk from China Town, the Chinese Garden of Frienship is a must visit when in Sydney. The heritage-listed site offers 1.03 hectares of Chinese gardens and was modeled after the classic private gardens of Ming Dynasty – offering visitors a look into Chinese heritage and culture.

Book a room at Park Regis City Centre Sydney

74. Brisbane River Dinner Cruise

Brisbane River Dinner Cruise

Brisbane, Australia

Get out on Brisbane’s famous waterways and enjoy the sunset and evening skyline views along with a delicious meal.

Book a room at Park Regis North Quay Brisbane

75. Visit Hunter Valley Smelly Cheese Shop

Visit Hunter Valley Smelly Cheese Shop

Hunter Valley, Australia

Located on Roche Estate, no trip to the Hunter in complete without stopping in at the Smelly Cheese shop. Providing the finest local, Australian and imported Artisan cheese and gourmet delights, visiting the little shop is a must. Take home a treat or enjoy something light to eat in store!

Book a room at Leisure Inn Pokolbin Hill Hunter Valley

76. Hyde Park Winter Wonderland

Hyde Park Winter Wonderland

London, United Kingdom

Located in the heart of London in Hyde Park, immerse yourself in all things festive for 6 weeks from November to January. Offering an array of attractions, activities and entertainment for visitors of all ages.

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77. Fairy Lake Botanical Garden

Fairy Lake Botanical Garden

Shenzhen, China

The Fairy Lake Botanical Garden offers fast greenery and beautiful lakes and mountains. Here you will also find the popular Hongfa Temple. The garden has been open to the public since 1983, and is broken into six main areas for visitors to explore including the Paradise on Earth Area, Lake Area, Temple Area, Desert Landscape Area, Fossil Forest Area and Pine and Azalea Area.

78. Stroll through the historic village

Stroll through the historic village

Leura, Australia

Step back in time and wander through the quaint Leura village. Discover an abundance of local heritage shops and cafes that line the blossom covered streets.

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79. Dubai Mall

Dubai Mall

Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Featuring entry to Burj Khalifa, the Dubai Aquarium and also an ice-skating rink, this famous mall also boasts a gaming zone, and cinema complex along with an extensive range of shopping and food options. Two of the most famous events that take place here are the annual Dubai Shopping Festival in January and February and the Dubai Summer Surprises Festival in July and August.

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80. Eat at one of Melbourne's oldest and most iconic restaurants

Melbourne's oldest and most iconic restaurants

Melbourne, Australia

Established in 1928, Florentino is one of the oldest and most iconic restaurants in Melbourne. Although not always owned by the Grossi family, Florentino has stood at 80 Bourke Street since its inception and encompasses authentic Italian dining and great wine. Melbourne is renowned for its food and coffee offering, however Florentino is a must visit when looking for an authentic dining experience when visiting the city.

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81. Watch a game of cricket at Edgbaston

Watch a game of cricket at Edgbaston

Birmingham, United Kingdom

Crowned as one of the worlds best and most beautiful cricket grounds. With both the Ashes and World Cup being played here in 2019, Edgbaston is a must for any sportsman or tourist alike who would love to get a taste for a quintessential English cricket grounds.

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82. New Yuang Ming Palace (Summer Palace)

New Yuang Ming Palace (Summer Palace)

Zhuhai, China

Built in Zhuhai as a replica of the Old Summer Palace in Beijing, the palace was first built in 1709 but was robbed and burnt down over 140 years ago. Located at the foot of the Lanpu Dashilin mountain in Zhuhai, covering an area of 1.4 square kilometers, the New Yuanming Palace is a popular destination to visit due to the numerous scenic spots in the old construction style combined with modern features, including the complex of royal palaces, Fuhai Lake, Royal Food Street and shops.

83. Take a shopping trip in one of Jaipurs impressive Bazaars

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Jaipur, India

Considered a shoppers paradise Jaipur features some of the most impressive Bazaar in India – The Johari Bazaar, Bapu Bazaar and Nehru Bazaar are a must see destination.

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84. Visit Anjuna Flea Market

Visit Anjuna Flea Market

North Goa, India

The busy weekly markets are a true representation of India’s famous markets. Each week vendors from across the country come together to sell and trade textiles, terracotta sculptures and spices. With pop-up stores taking up a considerable stretch of the beach, this makes for a scenic day out!

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85. National Museum Jakarta

National Museum Jakarta

Jakarta, Indonesia

Best known as the pride of Jakarta, the National Museum covers Indonesia’s historical relics, prehistory, geography and archeology. This is a must visit for those looking to learn all about Indonesia’s fascinating history, culture, and traditions.

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86. Visit Babinda Boulders

Visit Babinda Boulders

Cairns, Australia

Surrounded by lush rainforest, Babinda Boulders is a popular swimming hole. With crystal clear waters and home to some incredible wildlife, be sure to spend at least half a day hear soaking it all up!

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87. Window of the World

Window of the World

Shenzhen, China

This is a must visit when travelling to China. Window of the World is considered a ‘mini-globe’, where you can find replicas of the Eiffel tower, Niagara Falls and the leaning tower of Pisa – all in tiny form. There are around 130 tributes to global attractions around the park.

88. Day Trip to Magnetic Island

Day Trip to Magnetic Island

Townsville, Australia

Take a ferry to the island andspend the day exploring. Try snorkelling at Nelly Bay and Geoffery Bay, the Forts Walk or Horseshoe Bay

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89. Bush walk one of the many tracks ( Leura Cascades, Gordon Dalls, Sublime Point)

Bush walk one of the many tracks

Leura, Australia

Famous for walking tracks that take you deep into the untouched bush land that makes the Blue Mountains so famous, bushwalking one of these tracks is a must. Come across waterfalls, incredible views and wildlife and see for yourself what makes this corner of Australia so amazing.

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90. Wander through the Cairns Botanical Gardens

Wander through the Cairns Botanical Gardens

Cairns, Australia

Known as one of the best exhibitions of tropical plants in Australia, the Cairns Botanical Gardens is a must. From learning about horticulture to simply relaxing acorss the 35 hectares, the Botanical Gardens gives a true taste of tropical North Queensland.

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91. Take a day trip to Cockatoo Island

Take a day trip to Cockatoo Island

Sydney, Australia

Situated in the heart of Sydney Harbour, you can take a short ferry ride from the CBD across to the island. Here, you can explore historic landmarks, have a picnic or even stay overnight. Regular music festivals and events are also worth keeping an eye out for.

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92. Mangalavanam Bird Sanctuary

Mangalavanam Bird Sanctuary

Kochi, India

An ecologically sensitive area situated at the centre of Kochi behind the Kerala High Court building fittingly dubbed as the ‘green lung of Kochi’. Primarily a bird refuge, the innate appeal of Mangalavanam is augmented by the Arabian Sea which borders the sanctuary and adds to it a panoramic ambience.

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93. Taman Mini Indonesia Indah

Taman Mini Indonesia Indah

Jakarta, Indonesia

Best known as Taman Mini and located in East Jakarta, here you will find 26 exclusive replicas of traditional houses of chieftains found throughout Indonesian archipelogo from Aceh to Kalimantan, Sulawesi, Java and Papua. Taman Mini is filled with pavillions that highlight the history, arts and crafts, and traditions of each of the provinces.

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94. Go on a wine tour

Go on a wine tour

Hunter Valley, Australia

Famous for the abundance of incredible wineries, no trip to the Hunter Valley is complete without visiting one of the many Pokolbin wineries. Hop on a organised bus tour to explore a number of estates that produce some of Australia’s best wines.

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95. Check out Mount Coot-tha

Check out Mount Coot-tha

Brisbane, Australia

What used to be the home of the Yugarapul Aboriginal people is now one of the most popular tourist destinations in Brisbane. Mount Coot-tha, or “Honey Mountain” consists of a 287m mountain with stunning views of the city. Once you’re there, you can hike the bush trails, do a10km running tour, practice yoga at sunrise, or check out the Mount Coot-tha botanic gardens and greenhouse, which has a picture-perfect geometric dome.

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96. Visit the world cultural heritage My Son

Visit the world cultural heritage My Son

Da Nang, Vietnam

My Son is a cluster of abandoned and partially ruined Hindu temples in Quang Nam province, central Vietnam and were constructed between the 4th and 14th century by the Kings of Champa. The amazing architectural ensemble that has developed over a period of ten centuries has captured the attention of those all over the world who travel to visit the temples, which are now recognised by UNESCO as a world heritage site.

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97. City Palace Jaipur

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Jaipur, India

Take a glimpse of opulence and royalty at the City Palace of Jaipur one of the prime tourist attractions in the Pink city!

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98. Bask Nest (Snorkling in Gili Meno - Day Trip)

Bask Nest

Bali, Indonesia

Placed to act as an artificial reef, the underwater sculptures at Gili Meno ensures that corals start to grow, which results in many fish swimming around the sculptures. At the same time, it functions as a dive and photograph site which creates jobs for the locals on the Gili Islands.

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99. Enjoy a Singapore Sling from Raffles Hotel

Enjoy a Singapore Sling from Raffles Hotel

Singapore, Singapore

Known as home to the original Singapore Sling, created in 1913, enjoying this cockatil from Raffles is a must. The old fashioned style bar gives a taste of the iconic history of the building and gives a feel for stepping back in time.

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100. Ride Melbourne's waterways

Ride Melbourne's waterways

Melbourne, Australia

Take a riverboat cruise down the Yarra River, and enjoy the sites of the Melbourne CBD.

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