Public transportation is totally free at Luxembourg
In Luxembourg public transportation is totally free for all local citizens and for all visitors. They have made this decision in 2020.
Traffic Lights are blue in Japan
Earlier there is no word for green. The word blue was used for both green and blue shades. In Japan they are using blue shades of green and it is legally accepted there.
Cheese with hot chocolate in Colombia
Colombians serve hot chocolate with cheese slices. This is very famous among them if you try it, it will be very delicious. But you couldn’t find this combination elsewhere.
“Taumatawhakatangihangakoauauotamateaturipukakapikimaungahoronukupokaiwhenuakitanatahu” in New Zealand.
this place was in New Zealand and it is considered to be the longest name. it seems that none is trying to pronounce the name.
Flag in Nepal is non-rectangular
The flag in Nepal was non-rectangular. This is the only country in the world which got a flag lite this. They said that the flag was derived from Hinduism.
Roll after a giant cheese roll in UK
in UK there is competition to roll after giant cheese roll in 200 yards hill. Amazing thing is the competition is known as Cooper’s Hill Cheese-Rolling.
Lamborghini at Italian police
There is Lamborghini at police fleet in Italian station. It is fast and fascinating to look at.
Trash truck’s tune in Ecuador is similar to ice-cream trucks tune in USA
If you are in Ecuador, you might confuse a trash truck with an ice cream truck and you will disappoint.
Wooden bath tubs in Japan
The ofuro baths, which are used to sit and soak in hot water, are not commonly found around the world.
In France milk is not refrigerated
Since most milk sold in France is pasteurized at an ultra-high temperature (UHT), it does not need to be kept cold.
Bra Studies at Hong Kong
You will major in Bra Studies at Hong Kong Polytechnic, which also houses Top Form’s lab and factory.
Fried Mars Bar at Scotland
This is dubious health benefits originated food item in a fish and chip shop in Scotland. It’s deep-fried and bruised.
Service charge to be added to the bill in Italy
in Italy there is no need to give service tip at the restaurant as it is added to the bill.
In Monaco can walk from North to South
In Monaco it takes only one hour to walk from North to South due to the size of the country.
Sitting in Sauna is a competition at Finland
Amazing thing is Sauna endurance championships is so well-known that people from all over the world travelled to Finland to participate in this extreme sport.
Cappuccino is a morning beverage
In Italy, Cappuccino is considered as a morning drink at the breakfast table.
Bamboo poles as drying rails in Singapore
In Singapore you will find lot of Bamboo poles are used to dry clothes. This item was widely available at there.
Steep and narrow stair at Netherlands
Staircases in the Netherlands could appear to some international visitors to be more of a health hazard than anything else. amazing thing is Buildings were traditionally constructed from the inside out rather than the outside in order to save as many centimetres as possible.
Children to nap at cold weather in Scandinavian countries
Scandinavian parents think that cold is good for their children and they leave them outside for a time in the morning to get cold.
No streets name in Costa Rica
In Costa Rica, there are no any street names. Though there are some street names they are not using them in practice. Addresses are explained by landmarks.
No curtains at Netherland
It looks like Dutch don’t care when out siders are looking in. they normally do not use curtains and it is believed that this tradition is coming from protestant religious beliefs.