Where would you recommend a foreign visitor to go in your country for one day?

@xyzxgt (90)
China
May 31, 2009 11:04am CST
A foreign visitor has only one day to spend in your country.Where should this visitor go on that day?Why?As for me,I posit that the best place in China to visit would be Beijing.As the capital city,Beijing offers a diverse look at China.I would suggest that the main siters to see would be the Forbidden City,the Great Wall,and the Tiananmen Square.
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@diamania (7037)
• Netherlands
31 May 09
I would definitely tell them to go to Anne Frank's house and take a canal cruise as you will be guided to the most beautiful places of amsterdam.
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@xyzxgt (90)
• China
31 May 09
Amsterdam is one of the most beautiful city in the world and it attracts me most.I hope that one day I can go there.
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@diamania (7037)
• Netherlands
31 May 09
If you got the money come over and we might meet each other if you'd please. I will show you the best spots. And perhaps I can get you a place to sleep, saving you money.
@xyzxgt (90)
• China
2 Jun 09
You are very kind and hospitable,i think it would not take a long time that we can meet each other in amsterdam.
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• United States
31 May 09
This is definitely a hard question. The US is a huge country with so much to see. I have lived here my entire life and still not seen everything I would like to see! I would probably direct them to Washington DC. There is a lot of history there. An added bonus is that there is a lot of free things to do there. With the Smithsonian, you would really have your choice of what you wanted to see!
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@xyzxgt (90)
• China
31 May 09
The US is a huge country like China,and the Washiongton DC is also the capital of the US.I think if I have the chance to go the Washiongton DC,the White House is on the top of my visiting list.
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• Philippines
7 Jun 09
It actually happened in real life, because I had a Korean schoolmate who was once a foreign exchange student in our university. Since we are in Manila I toured him to beautiful places here in Manila. But if given the chance to go to other places here in the Philippines, I'd definitely recommend Subic. The place has many things to offer especially if the person is daring enough to try new things like an extreme sport. You can go parasailing there, kayaking, canoeing, jetski, diving, go cart, car racing and any other extreme sport you can think about. plus the place is really beautiful and it's just about two hours away from Manila. Of course I'd also bring him to my uncle's hotel which is known to have the best swimming pool in the whole hotels in the place.
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@xyzxgt (90)
• China
7 Jun 09
Have you experenced such extreme sports you have recommended above?I have not had a chance to try it.If I have the chance to go to Subic,I will take a try.Thank you for your response.Would you like to be a guide when I go there?
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• Philippines
7 Jun 09
Not really because I haven't gone to Subic for quite a long time now. The last time I went there my purpose is only for a three day part-time job in my uncle's hotel. However, the extreme sport I've tried was wakeboarding but in another beautiful place in the Philippines in Camarines Sur. It's about 12 hours away from the nation's capital. Also a beautiful place. Sure I can be your tour guide but you have to check in to my uncle's hotel hehehe..
@xyzxgt (90)
• China
7 Jun 09
Thanks,if you be my guide,I will be sure to check in your uncle's hotel.hehehe..
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@russso (1701)
• Philippines
31 May 09
Bohol, Philippines would be one of the best places to visit. I highly recommend it. Bohol boasts of un-commercialized virgin beaches, warm & very hospitable people, rich culture, beautiful churches and structures that tell a lot of history, serene lands, perfect tropical weather, and a rustic kind of lifestyle. It's really beautiful. One should not miss Chocolate Hills, The Loboc River, and the man-made forest that is just divine.
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@xyzxgt (90)
• China
31 May 09
From your recommendation,I have known a lot of things about Bohol,Philippines.I think if I have time and money,I will go there with my family.
@russso (1701)
• Philippines
1 Jun 09
Nothing is impossible. And the cost of living here in the Philippines is not as high compared to other countries. Your money can buy so much stuff, you'll be surprised. I'm sure you'll love it here.
@xyzxgt (90)
• China
2 Jun 09
Thanks!I think i will be there someday definitely.
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