Top 500 places to visit before you die (P.52) Cape Town: The beauty of the southernmost tip of Africa


( The southernmost tip of Africa is one of the most magnificent parts of the world, a paradise full of exquisite scenery, beautiful beaches, two oceans – the icy Atlantic and the warmer Indian Ocean – and a wide variety of attractions to make any holiday-maker happy.

Cape Town is South Africa's oldest city. The city is known for its harbor, its natural setting in the Cape Floristic Region, and landmarks such as Table Mountain and Cape Point.


With majestic natural beauty, Table Mountain (Nui Ban) is considered a Cape Town tourism symbol. With a height of 3500 feet compared to sea level, standing on the top of the mountain, you can admire the whole beauty of the city of Cape Town, Victoria port area, Alfred, and the National Assembly Building, ... In addition, come here, come here to come here, visitors are also free to explore the diverse ecosystem with 1,470 flowers and many wild animals.


Hout Bay, dubbed the heart of Hui Vong Mui, has captivated millions of visitors because of the pristine, magnificent scenery of the blue sea and white sand. Not only is it immersed in the beautiful natural scenery, visiting Hout Bay, you can also experience many interesting activities such as Playing water sports, visiting Mariner's Wharf fish market, shopping for players' Fine arts at Harbor fly, seeing South African fur seals on the Seals of Duikers Islands, etc.


Not only impressed by the beautiful natural scenery, but Cape Town also has an extremely rich cuisine. When talking about Cape Town's cuisine, it is certainly impossible not to mention Bobotie. The dish is a combination of minced meat, eggs, and dried fruits. After grilling gold, Bobotie will be served with a traditional spicy sauce - Sambal.


In 2014, Cape Town was named the best place in the world to visit by both The New York Times and The Daily Telegraph.

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