Kunjungi Edinburgh: Panduan lawatan anda

There’s something about Edinburgh and storytelling. After all, this is the city that inspired Barrie, Stevenson and Rowling. Let your imagination take flight in Old Town’s maze of streets, then write your own story in the home of haggis, single malt whisky and deep-fried Mars bars. Och Aye!

Aktiviti di Edinburgh
Edinburgh Castle
Crown jewels, cannons and chapels — for centuries, this sturdy stronghold has stood above an extinct volcano, keeping watch over the city below. Home to the elusive Stone of Destiny, visitors flock to see aged artefacts, hear the one o’clock gun, or explore the National War Museum, all tucked safely within the walls of this famous Scottish fortress.
Craigmillar Castle
Mary, Queen of Scots sought refuge in the confines of this 15th-century hideout that’s nestled into the hills outside Edinburgh. The views from the watchtower stretch far and wide, ready to warn of approaching enemies, while the great hall takes you right back to the times of Scotland’s last monarchs, the Stuarts.
Princes Street
A thoroughly famous thoroughfare. This mile-long street’s a hit with retail fiends, who flock to emporia like Jenners Department Store. It’s also foremost on the tourist trail, with the Scott Monument and sweeping views up to the castle. Sniffy about Scottish cuisine? Buck those hesitations at classy Contini’s, inside the National Gallery.
Calton Hill
Calton Hill is home to a clutch of eclectic Edinburgh monuments. Originally set aside as an open area for the townsfolk to practise sport and tournaments, it’s now a stunning city park with both sweeping vistas and historical clout. Head to the Nelson Monument and the Dugald Stewart Monument to gaze on some iconic Scottish architecture.
Palace of Holyroodhouse and Holyrood Abbey
Still the official Scottish residence of the British monarch, Holyroodhouse has been a seat of royalty since the 16th century. Today, you can visit the former chambers of Mary, Queen of Scots, and hear the tale of her ill-fated reign. If you peer out her oratory window, you’ll glimpse the well-kept ruins of the 12th-century Holyrood Abbey.
St Giles Cathedral
During the 16th-century Protestant Reformation, the fiery sermons of John Knox echoed around this imposing Gothic church. As such, it’s viewed as the cradle of Presbyterianism in Scotland. However, you don’t need to be religious to feel moved by the stained-glass Scottish Saints window or the intricate heraldic carvings of the Thistle Chapel ceiling.
Holyrood Park
The vast, green expanse of Holyrood Park is best experienced from Arthur’s Seat, the park’s craggy peak and a long-dormant volcano. As you make your way up the winding paths, you’ll take in the delicate remains of the 15th-century St Anthony’s Chapel as well as the ruins of four 2,000-year-old hill forts.
University of Edinburgh
This university first opened its doors way back in 1583. Since then it has built up a vast historical archive. Stroll around the storied campus and dip into the diverse displays of its many museums. You’ll come across everything from 16th-century musical instruments to a 130,000-strong rock and fossil collection.
Skye Island
Skye is enchantingly beautiful, not to mention mystical and magical. Its ‘lochans’ (small lakes) glimmer mirror-like atop sumptuous green hillsides, amongst a landscape that’s straight out of a Tolkien tome . Looming summits like the Quiraing and the Old Man of Storr make for hiking challenges against a dramatic backdrop, where the air swirls with Highland breezes, and boat trips pass seals basking on lichen-covered rocks.
Loch Ness
Known the world over for harbouring the elusive ‘Nessie’, this giant of a sea loch stretches gloriously through the heart of the Scottish Highlands. Take a boat tour from the ruins of the captivating Urquhart Castle and along the dramatic, mountain-lined depths. Some tours even feature sonar imaging so that you can see which creatures lurk beneath your vessel!
Edinburgh Old Town
Edinburgh’s old town is a mesh of cobbles, looming spires and crammed-in tenements, interlaced with a history that’s full of intrigue and gore. In the shadow of Edinburgh Castle, you can embark on walking tours which trace the steps of infamous body snatchers, Burke and Hare, or let yourself be spooked out your skin by historical guides who bring the city’s dark side to life.
Cabaret Voltaire
In the heart of historic Edinburgh, this underground club spins tunes from the present day, alongside retro favourites. A nightlife icon, DJs make guest appearances on the decks, while a happening live venue sees gig-goers bop and rock to local acts and artists from further afield. Keep an eye out for quirky theme nights including life drawing, ‘deep house yoga’ and sewing classes.
George Street
In the swanky New Town, George Street bustles with city slickers on the hunt for a more sophisticated night out. Georgian façades line quiet streets dotted with boutiques, cocktail-brewing haunts, gin-guzzling spots and minimalist wine bars. Behind the The Dome’s Corinthian columns lies a stunning dining room and bar, while the Christmas tree that bedecks the hallway has become an Edinburgh icon in its own right.
Rose Street
A lively stretch of watering holes, Rose Street is where locals and visitors flock to find a cosy Edinburgh pub for a fine wee dram of whisky, or a pre or post-rugby-match tipple. Sample some flavoursome ales in the Abbotsford, soak up the history of the Kenilworth, or watch the world go by from the Rose Street Brewery.
The Grassmarket and Old Town
The winding cobbles of the Grassmarket show a little snapshot of quintessentially quaint Edinburgh. Pubs pouring out locally sourced whisky blends and hearty ales sit alongside cosy restaurants, independent cafes and lively Irish bars. After last rounds are called and the evening lingers on, you’ll find a couple of nightspots that keep the tunes pumping until the wee hours.
Princes Street
Princes Street melalui pusat Edinburgh dan pada setiap Tahun Baru, ia menyaksikan mereka yang berparti menikmati suasana sekeliling! Pelbagai pentas dipenuhi artis yang memainkan irama kontemporari, klasik dan juga Celtic sebelum 'Midnight Moment' bermain. Sementara itu, bunga api berletupan mengikuti muzik asal filem 'Auld Lang Syne'.
Torchlight Procession
Permulaan rasmi ekstravaganza Hogmanay yang terkenal di seluruh dunia di Edinburgh, perarakan ini mengambil tempat pada 30hb Disember. Lebih daripada 8,000 pembawa obor berbaris melalui kota lama, mencipta sungai berapi yang bersinar dan sangat mengagumkan. Shetlanders yang berpakaian Viking menaiki Calton Hill, di mana acara puncak adalah unggun api, melihat bandar di bawah.
Concert in the Gardens
Edinburgh memang merupakan rumah kepada Hogmanay. Setiap musim sejuk, Princes Street Gardens melihat pelbagai kumpulan yang berbalut diri mereka, berasak-asak untuk melihat kugiran dan penyanyi yang mengalu-alukan tahun baru. Taman ini sangat cantik, apatah lagi dengan latar berlakang Edinburgh Castle yang sangat dramatik, di mana bunga api mula berletup untuk menandakan tengah malam.
Omni Centre
Large Multi-purpose building. Bars, Restaurants, Cinema, Theatre etc.
EICC
Edinburgh International Conference Centre
Edinburgh Playhouse
Edinburgh Playhouse Theatre
18-22 Greenside Place
Edinburgh Festival Theatre
Edinburgh Festival Theatre
13 - 29 Nicolson Street
Palace of Holyrood House
Palace of Holyrood House
Holyrood Road
Edinburgh Zoo
Edinburgh Zoo
134, Corstorphine Rd

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Like anywhere in the UK, history is in your face - which is one reason I love going there. Edinburgh is no exception. What with the Castle in the middle of town and the Palace of Holyrood on the east end, along with all of the other history steeped into every square inch of this elegant city, I recommend it to all. I first visited it as a mouthy 16 year old back in 1967 ... and yet I had enough maturity (buried somewhere deep inside me!) to fall in love with it even back then ... finally got to come back in 2007 and then again last week. An elegant city ... and don't confuse it as being just "more of England" ... it is TOTALLY different from England!

Edinburgh bus tours hop on hop off 1 day pass. Buy the ticket mid morning so you can use it until the time of purchase the next day. We used the second day to visit the Royal Britannia Yacht. Use google maps to inform on which local bus to catch back to your hotel location.

Edinburgh castle was a fantastic, day out for the whole family, grandparents, parents and children. Loads to see, very informative staff and lots to see and discuss. View fantastic. Tip, book ahead on line to save long queue (we actually did it while stood in queue)

Ate at a restaurant called McKirdy's Steakhouse. A family affair where the meat is supplied by the butcher who is a family member. Great knowledge & recommendation of steaks to fit your personal requirements. Friendly Staff and excellent service.

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