30 bandar terbaik dunia hasil pilihan Reader's Choice Awards 2015

ok ... kalau rasa rasa nak travel or tetiba rasa eh eh, nak migrate la kat negeri orang ,
better korang ambil tahu di manakah bandar terbaik dunia T_T ...
hoyeah hoyeah, lepas ni bolehlah mulakan perancangan untuk travel or migrate
kat tempat yang dipilih sebagai antara terbaik di dunia kan ...

aman selesa lagi selamat hendaknya T_T ....

#30  Stockholm, Sweden

One of the world’s most beautiful capitals, Stockholm isn’t just picturesque: It’s also the cultural, political, media, and economic center of Sweden. Make like a local and stroll narrow cobblestone streets, hang by the city’s colorful waterfront, and indulge in its coffee culture. Though many travelers spend most of their time in the medieval center, Stockholm actually comprises 14 islands of an archipelago, which makes it a perfect jumping off point for island hopping— Fjäderholmarna, one of the closest, is a mere 20 minutes by boat.

#29 Dresden, Germany

Though much of the historical center of Dresden was destroyed in WWII, the city has largely been restored to its former glory and remains celebrated for its classic architecture. After a walk around the Old Town and a visit to the Frauenkirche, visit the modern Neustadt for artsy stores at Kunsthofpassage and a currywurst at Curry & Co—it’s one of the best in the country.

#28 Shanghai China

Arguably China’s most exciting city, Shanghai pulses with the thrum of innovation. In the sleek Bund neighborhood, check out contemporary art at the Rockbund Art Museum, a restored Art Deco building; dine at the 1930s Shanghai style-Whampoa Club; or shop for handcrafted silk shoes at Suzhou Cobblers. For a more bohemian vibe, visit the former French Concession, which still has trees that were imported from Paris nearly a century ago.

#27 Dublin, Ireland

Sitting on the mouth of the River Liffey, the capital of Ireland is renowned for its medieval buildings, live music, stately churches, and of course, Guinness. Underneath it all hums a modern heart: Get a sense of what’s new in the capital by exploring Ireland’s foremost collection of contemporary art at Dublin City Gallery the Hugh Lane or by sampling a rotating selection of Irish craft beers at Against the Grain.

#26 Hong Kong China

One of Asia’s most cosmopolitan cities, Hong Kong has an itinerary for every sort of traveler. Hike up to the Peak and take in world-famous views of Victoria Harbour or get off the island altogether and take the ferry to a nearby island—nearby Lamma, a favorite, is a nesting site for green sea turtles. Whatever you do, make sure to chow down on street food: Savory, inexpensive bites like siu mai and egg balls are some of the hallmarks of the city.

#25 Singapore

Once one of the most important commercial centers of the British Empire, Singapore today is a bustling metropolis with a growing contemporary-art scene, new hotels, and a feast of flavors. Head up to Carlsberg Sky Tower, Asia’s tallest freestanding tower, to see if you can spot Indonesia and Malaysia in the distance, or take a 10-minute boat ride from Changi Village to Pulau Ubin and explore the small island by bike. Come evening, dig into the city’s food-hawker culture at Maxwell Food Centre or Satay Street.

#24 Victoria, BC, Canada

As a former British colony, Victoria retains stately mansions and picturesque gardens perfect for walking and gazing. Its mild climate and location on the southern end of Vancouver Island also make it an excellent location for outdoor activities, too: Take a kayak tour of Victoria Harbour, or walk a half mile over the sea on the Ogden Point Breakwater. For excellent traditional fish-and-chips on the docks, try the aptly named Red Fish Blue Fish.

#23 Quebec City, Canada

Hilltop Quebec City is a town for all seasons. Explore Quebec City’s UNESCO World Heritage–listed Old Town, brush up on your military history at the citadel atop Cap Diamant, and head to the Quartier Petit-Champlain for pedestrian-only streets and artisan boutiques. Reserve a room at the historic Fairmont Le Château Frontenac, and dine in the hotel at the property’s 1608 Wine and Cheese Bar, which specializes in Quebec cheeses.

#22 Madrid, Spain

The magic of Madrid is best captured on foot, strolling through the streets, stopping in a museum or sitting for a drink at La Alemana, a historic bar once frequented by Ava Gardner and Ernest Hemingway. For a taste of everyday Spanish life in this vibrant capital city, sample the market culture at Mercado San Antón and the Mercado de San Fernando, and bring your picnic to the ancient Egyptian Temple of Debod, which was donated to Spain in 1968 and can be found in the Parque de la Montaña.

#21 Siena, Italy

For fans of medieval architecture, Siena is hard to beat. Enjoy aperitivo hour around Il Campo, a sloping piazza that has been popular since the 12th century, or dig deep into Sienese cuisine at Antica Osteria Da Divo, a space carved out of medieval vaults underneath the Duomo. If you’re lucky, you’ll be in town during Palio, a bareback horse race dating back to 1644 that occurs twice a year.

#20 Edinburgh, Scotland

Beloved for its green hills and fascinating history, Edinburgh is a unique capital in Western Europe. Where else can you find a medieval Old Town, extinct volcano, and regal castle in one city? For the novel, shop a mix of Highland and hipster at Dick’s, a men’s clothing and housewares store, and dip your toe in Edinburgh’s growing independent brewing scene at Hanging Bat, a pub that pairs pints with ribs and hot dogs.

#19 Vancouver, BC, Canada

Seaport Vancouver has a competitive and creative arts scene, rugged natural beauty and no shortage of things to do. As one of Canada’s most ethnically diverse cities, it’s also one of the country’s best food cities: After you’ve taken a cable car up Grouse Mountain, return to the city for Indian fare at Vij’s, Vietnamese at Tan Tan Café and Delicatessen, or Mediterranean favorites at Anoush.

#18 Lucerne, Switzerland

With its covered bridges, turreted buildings, and picturesque, colorful Old Town, Lucerne is storybook Swiss. Nestled on the shores of Lake Lucerne, the city is also a popular departure point for the Swiss Alps, which are visible from the town. Walk the city’s famed Kapellbrücke, the oldest covered bridge in Europe, and grab a home-brewed beer nearby at Rathaus Bräuerei when finished. To sample traditional Lucerne dishes like veal with cream sauce and rösti, head to Wirtshaus Galliker, which the Galliker family has run for more than four generations.

#17 Amsterdam,The Netherlands

Windmills, cycling, cheese, storied facades, Van Gogh, and canals are all part of Amsterdam’s storied charm, but there’s more to the Dutch capital than its most apparent associations. For a taste of the “new” Amsterdam, grab a drink at Droog, a renovated 17th-century hotel with just one room, float in a weightless state in the saltwater pods at Koan Float, or sample innovative takes on seasonal fruits and vegetables at De Kas, a restaurant housed in the former Amsterdam City Greenery.

#16 Cape Town, South Afrika

South Africa’s most cosmopolitan city is famous for many things: majestic beaches, design influencers, and breathtaking Table Mountain among them. To get a sense of what’s new in the city, make for South Africa’s nearby wine country, or shop along Bree Street—dubbed Cape Town’s “Hippest Block”—for novel gifts. Looking for quintessential Cape Town fare? Try fish-and-chips at Kalky’s in nearby Kalk Bay.

#15 Tokyo, Japan

The Japanese city of Tokyo is a mix of contradictions, from ultramodern, neon-lit skyscrapers to tranquil temples, historic shrines, and expansive forests. A center for innovation, this Japanese capital has more Michelin stars than any other place on earth, and is, thus, one of the world’s best food destinations. For just a taste of what the city can offer, dig deep into a bowl of inventive clam ramen at Mugi to Olive, or sample more than 100 variations of sake at Hasegawa Saketan.

#14 Barcelona, Spain

From the mountains to the beach, and from the historic to the contemporary, sunny Barcelona has it all. Brush up on Catalan history at El Born Centre Cultural or take a street art tour of the trendy El Raval district. For dining, try for a table at Tickets, one of the newest restaurants from the Adrià brothers, or stay classic at Quimet y Quimet, a standing-room-only joint that’s been operated by the same family for more than 100 years.

#13 Venice, Italy

Venice is simply a marvel: A city built on water, its labyrinth of car-free cobblestone streets and hidden passageways are perfect for wandering—even getting lost here is magical. Head to Al Muro for authentic Venetian cuisine, or for a more adventurous itinerary, get out of the well-trod historic center and take a boat to nearby islands Sant’Erasmo or Giudecca.

#12 Salzburg, Austria

Made famous by Mozart (and the Von Trapps), classic Salzburg sits divided by the Salzach River: Its pedestrian Old City lines its left bank, and the 19th-century comprises the right. To drink like a local, head to Bräustübl zu Mülln, Austria’s largest beer hall, where beer is drawn directly from wooden barrels and can be enjoyed alongside traditional and regional specialties from the Schmankerlgang, an Old World food court of sorts.

#11 Jurusalem, Israel

Long a place of religious pilgrimage for Christians, Jews and Muslims, Jerusalem is now drawing a different sort of pilgrim: the global traveler. In addition to its significant sacred and religious sights, the city boasts modern architecture, a cutting-edge light-rail transit network, and a growing number of notable restaurants. Head to the Israel Museum for an exploration of the country’s culture, and stop for a bite at Machneyuda for authentic Mediterranean cuisine.

#10 London, England

Though its double-decker buses, iconic red phone booths, and pub culture remain, London has seen many a change in recent years. After checking out the classics, explore burgeoning London by booking a table at chef Bruno Loubet’s Grain Store in the up-and-coming Kings Cross, or catching a show at Almeida, a performance venue housed in a former train station in Islington.

#9 Kyoto, Japan

Take a step back in time in Kyoto, Japan’s imperial capital, where you can visit 10th-century temples and pass young geishas in the street. One of the most well-preserved cities in Japan, Kyoto has approximately 1,600 Buddhist temples, 400 Shinto shrines, and nearly 100 Michelin-starred restaurants. For tea aficionados, a visit to the Ippodo tasting room is a must.

#8 Bruges, Belgium

Characterized by cobblestone streets and canals, much of Bruges’s immaculately preserved old city was built between the 12th to 15th centuries: As a result, it’s not hard to feel like you’re in a medieval fairy-tale here. Visit the Church of Our Lady for a viewing of Michelangelo’s Madonna and Child, or sit at a café and take in the views of the Markt, a historic square in the city center.

#7 Prague, Czech Republic

Picturesque Prague beats with a bohemian heart: Here, there are a bevy of museums and architectural marvels that are a testament to the city’s artistic and intellectual foundations. Get off the beaten bath at any number of historic pubs around the city (try U Zlatého Tygra or U Jelínků) or head up to Petřín Hill for incredible views of the city.

#6 Rome, Italy

Experience la dolce vita in all of its forms in Rome, a capital with seemingly endless sights, sounds and tastes worthy of a return trip. After requisite visits to the Pantheon and Colosseum, perk up with an espresso at Caffe Sant’Eutachio or try your luck at Settimio al Pellegrino: When you ring their doorbell, you’ll be greeted and treated to whatever the owner’s wife has prepared for the day.

#5 Paris, France

Paris almost needs no introduction. With iconic landmarks, world-class museums, cobblestone streets, charming cafes, historic buildings and its famed Left and Right Banks, the city is firmly established as one of the most beautiful in the world. Dine like the French near the Bastille at Chez Paul or stroll among the statues at the elegant Luxembourg Gardens. To stay, treat yourself to a room at the exquisiteHôtel Plaza Athénée.

#4 Sydney, Australia

Australia’s biggest city is an ideal getaway no matter the season. Dine al fresco and head to Bondi, Manly, and Redleaf beaches in the summer (remember, that’s during our winter), and explore the city’s vibrant arts and culture calendar through Vivid Sydney come winter. Whatever the season, get spectacular views of the city from Sydney Tower’s glass viewing platform.

#3 Vienna, Austria

Artistic, exquisite, and largely shaped by its musical and intellectual foundations, Austria’s capital and largest city is packed with culture. Make time to get a figurative taste of royalty at Schönbrunn, the Habsburgs’ former summer residence, and get an actual taste of Sachertorte, a chocolate cake that is one of the city’s culinary specialties. Just be sure to ask for it mit schlaag—with cream.

#2 Budapest, Hungary

With some of the best Art Nouveau architecture in Europe, scenic Budapest has no bad angles. Explore the Hungarian capital’s spa culture with thermal baths built in the 16th and 17th century, and make sure to pay a visit to the ornate New York Kávéház for coffee and a pastry. Walk the Széchenyi Chain Bridge at night over the Danube River for magnificent views, and eat a bowl of traditional gulyás at the three-level Central Market before turning in for the night.

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#1 Florence, Italy

Though Rome is Italy’s much beloved capital and Milan has serious cosmopolitan clout, Florence remains unrivaled in history, art, and architecture (its beauty and cuisine don’t hurt, either). In addition to being the birthplace of the Renaissance, the Firenze of recent years has had a modern makeover: study Tuscan classics with celebrity chef Arturo Dori at Desinare, one of the city’s hottest cooking school/design store hybrids, or take in modern art at La Strozzina, Florence’s center for contemporary culture. Wherever the day takes you, save room for a panino al lampredotto—this stewed tripe sandwich is a Florence must. 

jadi, yang mana satu pilihan korang kalau diberi peluang 
untuk melawat bandar terbaik dunia ?

hurm ... semua pun mcm best ja kan ....
susah nak buat pilihan T_T 

kalau mrs pip la kan, hai la berangan 
juta juta bintang untuk ke Salzburg, Austria 
*hasil penangan Von Trapp*

doe a dear a female deer
ray ... a drop of golden sun
me a name I call myself
la lalalalalalala ....
sambil berlari lari di atas pergunungan Alps ...
erk, ye ke tu gunung Alps, ngee :))

happy traveling buat si kaki kaki travel ,
cheers, xoxo ....

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