Thursday, June 21, 2018

Norway Spring 2018_Bergen



Lama tak jenguk. Minta maaf bagi yang menunggu atau menanya aku soalan2.  Aku akui aku tak sempat nak kejar masa, so harap terimalah aku seadanya.

Japan sharing tak sempat nak habis.  dan sejujurnya aku dah malas nak sambung.   Korang mungkin lagi hebat dari aku, dah cover satu Japan sedangkan aku baru aje bertatih di negara matahari terbit makanya kita redhakan lah perangai buruk aku yang tak habiskan cerita Japan ek

This time aku nak share sedikit gambar yang sempat aku  ambik masa aku gi Norway bulan May 5.  Aku dan peserta trip spend lebih kurang 12 hari di Norway dan kalau korang tanya cukupkah 12 hari.  Jawabnya sangat tak cukup tapi ada rezeki mungkin akan datang lagi. Gambar sedikit raw sebab tak ada masa nak proses lagi.  Sweden lain punya post. Details aku tak sempat nak tulis, makanya gambar kira ok lah ye. 


Introduction

Bergen - A World Heritage City!

Bergen is the Gateway to the Fjords of Norway. As a UNESCO World Heritage City and a European City of Culture, the Bergen region has the ideal combination of nature, culture and exciting urban life all year around.

The Gateway to the Fjords of Norway 
The Norwegian fjords was formed through several ice ages as the sea carved itself through and across the coastline, leaving a beautiful landscape with snow-clad mountains, blue glaciers, deep gorges, cascading waterfalls and tiny fertile villages strung like glowing green pearls along the fjord line. This extraordinary landscape is today inscribed on UNESCO’s World Heritage List, and professional activity organizers are ready to take you into the fjord region all year around – as close to the nature as you can get!

A World Heritage City:
Bergen is today Norway’s most international city, packed with history and tradition. Ever since King Olav Kyrre sailed into the charming harbor and founded the city in the year of 1070, Bergen has attracted people from all over the world. Bergen became an important European city of trade in the 13th century, as the Hansas opened one of their four offices on the wharf, making Bergen a European hub of commerce, seafaring and craftsmanship.

European City of Culture:
Bergen is a proud European City of Culture, and the city has had a strong cultural identity ever since the merchants brought life to the harbor around Bryggen at the 1300s. Today Bergen is a cultural melting pot, with a wide range of concerts, international festivals and museums of all kinds. Culture plays an important role of everyday life in Bergen – an important expression of Bergen’s variety of life.



Bryggen/OldBergen


The famous Wooden building


 Cobble Stone alleys

Bergen from above


 Bergen Stave Church
Bergen's woods


Bergen old museum

 The city

 Hakon's Hall

New Bergen


My verdict?
Love it.  Photos speak for me


For those interested to join me in 2019, boleh contact aku di bktraveltrips@gmail.com atau +60193114230


No comments:

Post a Comment