Netherlands | Roaming in the country of infatuation

This place is known as the "Venice of the North", where ancient charm coexists with modern vibes, luxurious hustle and bustle with tranquility. It is the best choice to pursue the romance of tulips and trace Van Gogh's footsteps.

Kukenhof Park

As the largest tulip park in the world, Keukenhof Gardens has over 7 million plants, mainly consisting of tulips, daffodils, and hyacinths. Besides the vibrant and gorgeous varieties, there are also delicate and serene ones, surely there's one that you will like.

West Church

The Western Church is the largest Protestant church in Amsterdam. The entire building is designed in Dutch Renaissance style, majestic and sacred. Inside the church, the view is bright, and all the light comes through 36 windows at different angles.

Golden Dadek

Windmill Village is a peaceful and beautiful village, just like a postcard. The windmills, rivers, vast green fields, and colorful farmhouses everywhere create a vibrant scene, like a freshly painted oil painting, enchanting and captivating people.

Van Gogh Museum

The Van Gogh Museum mainly collects works and related artifacts of the Dutch painter Vincent van Gogh. It is the museum with the largest collection of Van Gogh's works in the world. Must-see classic works: "The Potato Eaters", "Sunflowers", "The Yellow House", "The Bedroom", "Wheatfield with Crows", "Harvest", "Fishing Boats on the Beach at Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer", "Wheatfield under Thunderclouds".

3D cube house

The cube houses in Rotterdam are like giant Rubik's cubes, with their unique and distinctive design. They resemble treehouses with pillars for access. The entire building is actually a pedestrian bridge spanning across the street.


Madurodam condensed the Netherlands into a small city, where the cheese market in Alkmaar, Peace Palace, Royal Palace at Dam Square, and famous Dutch landscapes such as the canalside houses in Amsterdam and Delft can be seen at a glance.