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Take a diving course in Thailand and make unique memories

by Lars7 days ago

Have you ever wondered what’s beneath the surface in one of the world’s most visited tropical paradises? Thailand is a popular destination for tourists from around the world who wants to experience the breath-taking beaches, the delicious food and the unique Thai culture. However, bathing and swimming are not all there is to do in Thailand. Many visitors choose to take a diving course for a chance to explore the living world of corals and fish beneath the turquoise-blue surface. If you are a beginner, you may take a beginner diving course and get a diving license, allowing you to dive on all your vacations and trips to come.

Love to snorkel? Try diving

Many loves to snorkel and explore the underwater world. Taking a diving course is the next step. While snorkelling is nice and entertaining, diving is a lifechanging experience. Diving allows you to breathe underwater and go as far as 18 m beneath the surface.

And contrary to what many thinks, learning to dive is neither hard or scary

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What to see when you’re in Copenhagen

Copenhagen is the capital of Denmark, a small Scandinavian country located north of Germany. The city is a rather small capital compared to London or New York, but what it lacks in size, it makes up in charm.

Copenhagen is a characterful city with a long history and many well-known landmarks to see and visit. But where should you go, and what should you see, if you only have a couple of days to spend in Copenhagen?

The little Mermaid

The little Mermaid is a small statue in the harbour of the Danish capital, where it has been located since 1913. It’s one of the most iconic sights in Copenhagen, which makes sense, as the author of the fairy-tale “the little mermaid” was Danish and lived in Copenhagen most of his life.

The best times to visit is in the mornings and the evenings, as many tourists come to see her.

Amalienborg Palace

Denmark is known as the world’s oldest monarchy and therefore you have to see the Amalienborg Palace in Copenhagen, where the royal family still lives tod

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