TRAVEL DIARY

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Published on April 06, 2015 with No Comments

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BRUNEI DARUSSALAM
7 Mar-12 Apr
DINO PARK
Get transported back to prehistoric periods and walk amongst majestic dinosaurs. BRIDEX Hall in Jerudong is hosting the first dinosaur exhibition with 5D movie effects. Watch as life-like dinosaurs seem to leap out at you and discover their habitats. There are also amusement rides and dino rides for kids to look forward to.

www.facebook.com/DinoParkBrunei

 

Australia
AUSTRALIA
Now til 26 Apr
SAND SCULPTING AUSTRALIA – FRIENDS, FOES & SUPER HEROES
The sands of Frankston Waterfront turn magical with sand sculptures of your favourite characters from Disney, Pixar and Star Wars. Located an hour away from Melbourne, there will be plenty to keep your kids entertained, including sand sculpting workshops, sand art, sand bottles, sand diggers as well as a giant sand pit, to name a few.

www.sandstormevents.com

 

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HONG KONG
Now til 16 Mar
TREASURES FROM TSARSKOYE SELO
Head to The Hong Kong Museum of History to trace the rise and fall of the Russian monarchs through Tsarskoye Selo, their summer residence. On display includes a richly decorated carriage used for the coronation of Emperor Alexander II in Moscow in 1856, as well as artworks, costumes and weaponry.

hk.history.museum

United Arab Emirates
UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
12-14 Mar
TASTE OF DUBAI
Taste of Dubai is a festival focused on food, drinks, and fun under the sun. With highly acclaimed chefs dishing out a smorgasbord of culinary delight and plenty of cooking classes, you’ll never run out of things to do!

tasteofdubaifestival.com

Malaysia
MALAYSIA
24-26 Apr
REGATTA LEPA SEMPORNA
Semporna, Sabah, plays host to the Regatta Lepa, an annual event celebrated by the seafaring Bajau Laut people. ‘Lepa’ is the traditional single-mast sailing boat once used by the Bajaus. The event brings together the unique culture and lifestyle of this ethnic community, and is a chance for the public to discover other cultural performances and traditional sports and games.

www.sabahtourism.com
Credit: Melissa Ewot/Sabah Tourism

Alex Werner from Museum of London with John O'Connor painting
UNITED KINGDOM
Now til 12 Apr
SHERLOCK HOLMES – THE MAN WHO NEVER LIVED AND WILL NEVER DIE
No fictional detective has ever caught our fascination as much as Sherlock Holmes. In this exhibition– London’s first since 1951 – visitors will find themselves immersed in Sherlock’s London with early film, photography, paintings and Victorian era artefacts.

www.museumoflondon.org.uk
Credit: Museum of London

 

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