Must-visit attractions in Egypt

Egypt is one of the four ancient civilizations. The Suez Canal divides the continents of Asia and Africa and is also one of the birthplaces of human civilization. Cairo and Luxor along the Nile are world-famous ancient cities. The Great Pyramid of Giza, the Sphinx, the Luxor Temple, the tombs of the Valley of the Kings, the golden mask of Tutankhamun, and the Temple of Abu Simbel are all well-known historical sites.

Cairo Tower

The Cairo Tower is located on Zamalek Island in the middle of the Nile River, and it is built based on the national flower of Egypt, the lotus flower. Climbing up the Cairo Tower not only offers a panoramic view of modern Cairo, but also serves as the best spot to overlook the night scenery. This reinforced concrete TV tower is 187 meters high, equivalent to a 60-story building, making it the tallest building in North Africa. Above the entrance of the Cairo Tower is a 8-meter high and 5-meter wide copper eagle, which is the symbol of the Republic of Egypt. The entire tower is decorated with 2.5 million square meters of yellow tiles, and its design resembles a lotus flower, presenting a graceful appearance. The observation deck is located on the 16th floor, and during noon or sunset, standing on the circular observation deck provides the clearest view of the panoramic scenery of Cairo.

Explore the Nile River

The Nile River is the mother river of Egypt. In the evening, take a Nile River cruise (approximately 2 hours) to enjoy the beautiful night scenery along the river while savoring a buffet dinner and desserts on board. You can also enjoy the famous belly dance of the Middle East. Belly dance is a unique Middle Eastern dance, with beautiful dancers wearing specific costumes and dancing gracefully to the accompaniment of Middle Eastern music. It is located within 600 meters walking distance from the Cairo Tower.

Gegila Island

This island is 22 kilometers away from Gagada and is a group of islands. Now it has become a very famous seaside resort and a destination for honeymoon trips for couples. The sand here is very fine and the sea water is very clear. Tourists can faintly see the schools of fish and coral reefs underwater, it is really beautiful. Tourists can participate in submarine and diving activities, and the prices are relatively low.

Jakarta Aquarium

The Jakarta Aquarium is located in the center of Jakarta and is the city's only aquarium. The circular architectural style highlights the importance of water in a desert city. The aquarium houses a large collection of deep-sea fish and rare marine life such as coral. Walking through the aisles feels like strolling underwater, with various schools of fish swimming around and colorful corals radiating different charms. The aquarium is highly impressive in terms of its architectural scale, interior facilities, and variety of marine life.

Mohammed V National Park

Mohamed Cape is undoubtedly one of the best diving areas in the world, with a total area of โ€‹โ€‹480 square kilometers. The underwater world here holds abundant treasures, beautiful and colorful coral reefs, and a variety of fish and other marine life coexist peacefully. The species diversity is impressive, with over 200 species of hard coral polyps and over 120 species of soft coral polyps, as well as countless tropical fish.

The Egyptian Museum

The Egyptian Museum is located near Tahrir Square in downtown Cairo. It houses artifacts from ancient Egypt to the Roman period and is one of the world's most famous museums. It is also one of the largest collections of ancient Egyptian treasures. The museum is a two-story, brick-red building. The first floor showcases artifacts in chronological order, ranging from ancient pharaohs to the Roman era of the 5th and 6th centuries. The second floor displays themed exhibition rooms, where you can see splendid treasures like the golden funerary mask, golden coffins, and golden throne of the pharaohs.