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A word on the Emerald City-

 Seattle, on Puget Sound in the Pacific Northwest, is surrounded by water, mountains and evergreen forests, and encompasses thousands of acres of parkland (hence its nickname, “Emerald City”). It’s home to a thriving tech industry, with Microsoft and Amazon.com headquartered in its metropolitan area


Seattle, on Puget Sound in the Pacific Northwest, is surrounded by water, mountains and evergreen forests, and encompasses thousands of acres of parkland (hence its nickname, “Emerald City”). It’s home to a thriving tech industry, with Microsoft and Amazon.com headquartered in its metropolitan area.

You might be interested to know that there is much in store in the Emerald City for you to enjoy and explore like;

  •  groundbreaking art
  • architecture
  • early 1900s or the early 2000s);
  • a populace that somehow manages to blend chic and outdoorsy
  • the history of the city that once was, preserved for viewing underground;
  • the hip font adorning the marquee of the corner coffee shop
  • all set within one of the most picturesque natural landscapes anywhere in the world.

You will find the city unique in numerous aspects like- culinary tastes, sounds of seaplanes and sports arenas, to the peerless scenery that mixes the best of urban and natural.

1. From the Ferry

Photo: Andrew E. Larsen

You might be knowing that the city of Seattle is being located in the West Coast American sphere and you will find it being situated within a strip of land sandwiched between the freshwater Lake Washington to the east and Elliott Bay and the larger Puget Sound to the west.

You will enjoy this nice geographical disposition of the city with its nice potential for  exploring, both on and off the water.

2. Seattle Central Library

Photo: Todd Dominey

Your academic interests will get a  true spruce up here in the library along with its  one-of-a-kind structure, combining a whole host of spectacular architectural and design features, most strikingly the 11-story glass and steel daydream that forms the exterior and casts all kinds of natural light into the building.


How can you afford to miss its four-storied continuous spiral of books, an illuminated yellow escalator, and the blanket of red that is the Level 4 hallway.

3. Flying Fish at Pike Place Market

Photo: Scott Sporleder

Just enjoy here the fishmongers of Pike Place Market tossing fish to each other as they fulfill customer orders.

4. Alki Beach

Photo: Shannon Kringen

Photo: Andrew E. Larsen

The skylines in the  city has peerless beauty and appeal with its mix of iconic human-made structures and its impressive natural features are sure to absorb you.

6. The natural factor

Photo: Michael Camilleri

The greenery of the Seattle so unique that it adds to charm and appeal of the city for sure.

The stunning green spaces just minutes from downtown are sure to catch your attention.

You will get this view from  the Seward Park looking east over Lake Washington, Mercer Island, and Mt. Rainier beyond.

7. Pacific Northwest Ballet

Photo: © Angela Sterling for Pacific Northwest Ballet

You will appreciate here in the city the classic production of The Nutcracker is getting a facelift after 32 years—visit the website of the Pacific Northwest Ballet to get your tickets for this holiday season

8. Volunteer Park Water Tower

Photo: Erin Kohlenberg

You will appreciate the  520ft water tower standing at the south entrance to Volunteer Park is open to the public and provides excellent 360-degree views of the city.

9. Kayaking the Montlake Cut

Photo: Jude Freeman

You can also enjoy the city with its watery environment by renting a canoe or kayak from the University of Washington Waterfront Activities Center and paddling out into the Montlake Cut as well.

10. Seattle Waterfront

Photo: Tiffany Von Arnim

You will love its scenic cityscape in its Space Needle. This Waterfront has the Bell Harbor Marina and shows the curve of Elliott Bay, including the Seattle Aquarium, the Great Wheel, the arches of CenturyLink Field (home of the Seahawks and Sounders), and the massive cranes of Harbor Island, all with Mt. Rainier silhouetted in the distance.

11. Local beer

Photo: Krystin Norman

From Ballard in the north (where you can sample the Imperial IPA brewed by Schooner Exact, seen above) to Georgetown in the south, you will love and cherish the varieties of  quality microbreweries and brewpubs, small and large, established and newly opened.

12. Space Needle vs. EMP

Photo: Andrew E. Larsen

You might be interested to explore the city’s two of Seattle’s most epic structures, the Space Needle and the Experience Music Project Museum, share the sky above the Seattle Center complex, just north of downtown.

You will come to know that the EMP is worth a full 360-degree circumambulation to appreciate the Frank Gehry-designed facade composed of 3,000 shaped steel and aluminum panels.

13. Pike Place Market

Photo: Visit Seattle

It is interesting to note that the market offers the space of a fully functioning public market, and it has the fame of being one of the oldest continually operating in the US as well.

You will get here a labyrinth of vendors covering multiple floors and selling everything from cut flowers to antiques to comic books.

14. Wing Luke Museum

Photo: Tracy Hunter

As you are well aware of…the Metropolis of Seattle has been a major destination for East Asian emigrants for more than a century, and today is home to broad and populous communities of Asian Americans….the history in all its true colours will unfold before you in the Wing Luke Museum in the International District, with gallery showings, historical exhibits, and daily tours for sure.


15. Cherry blossoms, University of Washington

Photo: Joe Wolf

Just explore the UW’s quad is the place to be on Easter Sunday, when thousands of locals and visitors alike bring their picnic lunches and their cameras to enjoy the cherry trees, which are typically in full blossom around.



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