IELTS Cue Card Sample 413 - Describe a tourist site you have been to
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IELTS Speaking Part 2: IELTS Cue Card/ Candidate Task Card.
Describe a tourist site (not from your city) you have been to.
You should say:
- where it was
- when you went there
- who you went with and what you did
and explain how you felt about this site.
Thank you a lot for this nice candidate task card topic. I would now talk about a tourists site which is not located in my city and where I have been to with my wife.
Last year I went to Kuala Lumpur Bird Park in Malaysia with my wife and this was an excellent tourist site. As the name of the park suggests, Kuala Lumpur Bird Park is located in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It was probably the early November, last year when I had been there. I visited this park with my wife and her excitement was quite fabulous. She is very fond of birds and being in a park which was entirely dedicated to different bird species was a breathtaking experience for her. I have never been to such a place before and I thoroughly enjoyed the hours I spent there.
The total park area must have been more than 20 acres and I guess there were more than 200 different bird species and more than 3000 birds in total. I heard from a tour guide that more than two hundred thousand visitors visit this park each year. This is probably a popular tourist spot in Kuala Lumpur city as the 'Google Search Engine' brought this place in search results every time I searched for popular tourist spots in Kuala Lumpur.
I was very excited to be there. The time we spent in Malaysia was marvellous and the park made it even more enchanting. In our country, we have many zoological gardens and parks but not a single one which is totally dedicated to the birds. It was an exceptional and enthralling experience for me to watch so many birds in a single park.
I was very much amazed by the beautiful flora and fauna that have made the park a worth visiting tourist spot. This was indeed a great place to observe the activities of birds in their natural habitat. We went to the park by a tourist bus and noticed that some of the tourists were going there for the second time and a few of them were researchers and research scientists. The peacocks of various species were so beautiful that most of the tourists took their pictures. This park was a great place to be and I took many photos on my camera and tried to save the memory.