1) -Hong Kong Sunset
Hong Kong is a Special Administrative Region (SAR) of the People's Republic of China. It is a place with multiple personalities, as a result of being both Cantonese Chinese and under a more recent contemporary ex-British influence. Today, the former British colony is a major tourism destination for China's increasingly affluent mainland population. It is also an important hub in East Asia with global connections to many of the world's cities. It is a unique destination that has absorbed people and cultural influences from places as diverse as Vietnam and Vancouver and proudly proclaims itself to be Asia's World City.
2)- Emerald City of Seattle
From 1869 until 1982, Seattle was known as the "Queen City". Seattle's current official nickname is the "Emerald City", the result of a contest held in the early 1980s; the reference is to the lush evergreen forests of the area. Seattle is also referred to informally as the "Gateway to Alaska", "Rain City", and "Jet City", the last from the local influence of Boeing. Seattle residents are known as Seattleites.
3) - December in New York
While the temperatures in New York City may be dropping, the autumn and winter are still wonderful times to explore the City's landmarks and culture. With seasonal decorations sprinkled throughout town and nightfall arriving earlier in the day. If you want to see numerous NYC landmarks during your visit, then On Board’s tour options could be ideal. Shepherding travelers to various destinations by bus, boat and foot, the company's "NY See It All!" tour surveys well-known sights in Manhattan such as St. Patrick's Cathedral, Times Square, Central Park and the South Street Seaport. Also available are shopping tours and a special-interest package that includes access to the 9/11 Memorial, a walk on Wall Street and a boat trip right by the Statue of Liberty.
4) - Cleveland, Ohio.
Cleveland, Ohio, located in the Eastern Standard Time Zone, is on the southern shore of Lake Erie and part of the Great Lakes Region, the country's largest fresh water resource. The Cleveland Plus region extends 100 miles along the Lake Erie shoreline.
5) - Brisbane, Australia
Brisbane is a city for the senses; walking under impossibly blue skies around this foot-friendly city opens up a world of experiences. A well planned series of paths and bridges connect the city centre to South Bank, as well as many of our urban villages that tease the river’s edge as it bends the city, its parks and gentle skyscrapers.