Lelystad-Haven Things to Do
Batavia Stad and the Batavia Wharf in which the 17th century ship of the same name is anchored.
Reconstruction work is being carried out on the "Batavia", an old sailing ship built in 1628 which once sailed to Australia. To the south of the town lies the wreck of "De Zeehond" (1878).Related to:
Lelystad: big part of this area is water: Markermeer , IJsselmeer and the internationally famous nature park Oostvaardersplassen.Related to:
- Hiking and Walking
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This shopping area is large and you get almost everything here. You can get some good buys here like from Body Shops and some branded and designers cloths and jeans.
What to buy: Almost everything like : cloths, toys, books, music cd, toiletries etc.Related to:
- Road Trip
Here you find top of the bill clothing, furniture you name it from the last season for 70%-30% of the origional price!
What to buy: You will be able to buy very nice high quality suits and other clothing.
What to pay: If you really enjoy shopping you will be happy to spend 50 Euros, but as they also do sell furnitures and decorations 5000 is also possible, it's up to you!Related to:
- Family Travel
- Women's Travel
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Lelystad-Haven Local Customs
What is there to do on a lazy Saturday night. Watch a movie and that what we did. It went alright till the middle of the movie and the screen went all white and I was shocked that everyone remains calm and quietly took their coats and walk out. Apparently that was the intermissions and they do that here.
If it was back in Malaysia people will definitly think that something have gone wrong with the film and make lots of noice. You will never know till you experience it... and I must say it was a nice surprise and you can go have a drink, smoke inbetween the movies without missing anything.Related to:
Lelystad-Haven Off The Beaten Path
Some history about the VOC under which flag the Batavia set sail.
VOC, what does it stand for?
In 1602 The Dutch United East Indies Company (VOC) was founded.
On the instigation of the then States General, a number of merchants of the provinces of Holland and Zeeland decided to cooperate closely in Eastern Asia where they formerly competed against one another.
The newly formed company was named the "Verenigde Oost Indische Compagnie" (VOC).
After all the company was granted exclusive rights by the States General for trade in the East Indies and the right to negotiate treaties and, if need be, wage war.
The new company developed rapidly and prospered. Profits were enormous, and many investors were drawn to participate in the lucrative sea trade.Related to:
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