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Trip to Scandinavia 2013: Tivoli Garden, Denmark

I first know Tivoli garden at Denmark through a tourist page in Facebook, I fell in love with it instantly!
Never would I imagine I'll have the chance to step my foot at this beautiful garden!

It's a huge theme park with lots of exciting outdoor games, stage performances, garden and flower displays, restaurants, souvenir and gift shops and many others. A place not just for the kids but also adults!

However we only had a short walk inside, probably about 40 minutes (well that's the cons of follow tour), and because of that we din't managed to play those games. 
Anyway I enjoyed the walk very much, it's really a dream come true ^_*

I'll let the pictures do the talking now~
(By the way some photos are quite blurry, thanks to the photographer's shaky hands >.<)

We were there at evening, and it was drizzling. If I have the chance to visit Tivoli, I'd still come at nights because the lightnings make the whole place even prettier and more romantic!

That's the city hall behind me, just nearby Tivoli

I am not sure about the entrance fee as it's included in the tour. I heard they have something like annual card which cost about RM 600, not very expensive I'd say

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  1. 根据调查,丹麦是全世界最幸福的国家榜首。

  2. This place is very interesting indeed. No wonder you were so excited. I like that photo of the 2 cute Bears and the cuter Taiping couple!!! Muahaha

  3. When you mentioned Tivoli in the previous post, my head was thinking very hard for so long on its familiar name. Where did I hear this name?? I had a good laugh to remember that it was the very long court hearings of Anwar Ibrahim and the stained mattress from Tivoli @ Bangsar in KL. Wakakakaka

  4. Now I know that Tivoli Gardens is a famous theme park in Denmark with so many interesting exhibits of different cultures.

  5. wow, this Tivoli Garden is like a one-stop thing huh?? at first i thought it was a shopping mall, never thought of it being a theme park, a huge theme park with almost everything in it..

    1. just 40 minutes allowed in this theme park??!! so that's really just "walk horse see flower", take a photo at each stop and gone!! next time if you are going to Denmark on your own again, guess you'll be visiting Tivoli Garden again and spend one whole day inside..

    2. looks like a 世界縮影 like that since i saw a few familiar structures from other corners of the globe.. but you very lazy this time round lah, all photos but no description at all.. so we can only guess~~ :D

    3. really looks like a very fun place to be huh?? RM600 for a one-year pass?? i think should be a good deal if you are going there multiple times a year..

    4. the last picture is kind of nice also.. love the City Hall and Tivoli Garden taken together across the road.. and both building seem to have similar architectural design?? a coincidence or an intention??

    5. Yalah,
      You must arrange a trip there again on your own and take your leisurely time to enjoy the place. Sayang la! ;)

    6. SK, yes, 走马看花 indeed.

      Yep, the annual pass is worth la! Too bad not for tourists, haha xD

      I think just coincidence la~

  6. lovely photos...cant help laughing your and your hubby with the two big bears

  7. 40 mins only??? half a day also not enough to see la....

    1. What to do... That's the cons of following tours.

  8. 想不到还有那么东方式的建筑。

  9. usually in a tour, we don't have much time to spare. But I wouldn't mind that as I have seen it too..
    Tivoli is so lovely..

  10. 嗯咯,我也很好奇里面有这么东方式的建筑物,还有中文字?呵呵~~

  11. 你和老公在熊熊那里合影,很逗趣。

  12. You and your hubby are so cute with the pose!

  13. hehehe...why were the bears in that odd stance? Does it symbolise anything?

  14. Tivoli is so beautiful and fun!!

  15. 你们和熊的合照,很可爱啊!

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  17. Going through ur blog is like going through a friends' site :)

  18. One of the buildings look like a mosque. Was it a mosque?

  19. Yes, 40 mins is definitely not enough but at least you went there at the right time...just when the lights are turned on. Very beautiful!

  20. Denmark looks awesome~ nice picture taken too~ =D

  21. Tivoli is beautiful. Some of the architecture looks very Asian. 40 mins definitely not enough time to spare.

  22. Eh my comment missing one? Love the lights

  23. We have been there and loved the gardens.


  24. Sometimes, that's the cons of the tour where you have limited time to spend especially at places you really want to be there longer.

    Nevertheless, it is still good right!

  25. ya a bit "sayang" as some of the lovely photos quite blur. This amusement park is nice.

  26. 景色和建筑物真的很壮观。
    而且每次去国外的 theme park,我都只是拍照而不敢玩他们的娱乐设施。呵呵


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