There is a notion that geeks are just book worms and their lives revolve around books, tech apps, etc. only. Well, that’s not true! They too like to travel to places and there are so many places around the world that would probably interest the geeks. Eiffel Tower in Paris, The Great Wall Of China are some destinations that you should definitely visit in your life time but if you are a true techie or more in Computer Science, Maths, you should try out the geeky destinations we have in store.
Do add these in your bucket list!
Explore The Cave Of Pythagoras
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If you are a Mathematics nerd, then you are going to just love this place. Remember the Pythagoras theorem we used to study in 9th-10th standard in schools? This cave was the home and classroom of that famous mathematician Pythagoras. He used to teach here in this cave and came up with one of the Mathematics equation.
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If you are the one who likes to know your time and location with absolute accuracy, then Royal Observatory Greenwich is the place you should head to. Founded by King Charles in 1675 to solve the problem of one’s longitude at the sea. It is popular for the site of Prime Meridian. Just see the timings before visiting the observatory i.e. 10:00 a.m to 5:00 p.m.
Night Diving In Padang Bai, Bali
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If you’re a science nerd, there’s no better way to hone your knowledge and adventure other than diving in Padang Bai, Bali. This place offers some of the world’s most spectacular night diving opportunities. It will give you a chance to witness marine life in a completely different way than during daytime. While you’ll dive amongst crabs, nudibranchs, shrimps, octopuses and small reef sharks, you’ll also be swimming with bioluminescent plankton that magically light up in the depth of the ocean.
Visit The Science Museums In Odaiba
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Odaiba is the travel destination for the multi geek in you. If you love Japanese made cars, and science museums, Odaiba should be in your travel wishlist. Odaiba originally began as a set of man-made islands built at the end of the Edo period. The islands were strategically placed in order to protect the city of Edo (Tokyo) from naval attacks.
Witness The Sets Of The Lord Of The Rings
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Have you watched The Lord of the Rings? While watching, did you not wish you could visit Middle Earth. Well, now you can. The majority of the films were shot in New Zealand and the sets are open and available to visitors. Scattered across New Zealand, you can visit Hobbiton and many other filming locations and sets. I know you are already excited after reading this. You can also visit the Weta Workshop and learn how the costumes, weapons and makeup were all created for the films.
So, when are you planning your geeky vacation?