Just walking around enjoying all the street scene can be very entertaining. There are people from all walks of life and it is quite an adventure to be around so many different nationalities and cutlure all at once, it can be shocking.
Visit the Chinatown from Amsterdam.......Buy all what you need for cooking in the Chinese supermarkets or go to have diner in one of the real Chinese restaurants. It's only 5 minutes walking from the central station.
This picture was in the Dutch newspaper, it is a buddhist temple at the Zeedijk (is a street), which is situated in the red light district, it has been opened on the 15th of September 2000 by our queen Beatrix. When you are on your way to the Nieuwmarkt or the redlight district be sure to pass through the Zeedijk. The temple is a strange thing to see, especially in the hart of Amsterdam stuck between old dutch buildings.
If you are a buddhist, you can visit this temple. The ppls in this temple can speak chinese.
Not very big, but enough for you to pray in here for a while
Just beside the Schreierstoren is the Geldersekade and there we hit on a typical Amsterdam, Dutch sight even. A bridge where bicycles are parked.
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