Explore the vibrant Seattle


Seattle, a young and vibrant city is as clean and romantic as a small town. In this "Emerald City", you can visit the world-famous modern buildings, stroll around the local characteristic market, and explore the rich and long coffee culture here. A variety of activities will surely make you linger! It is surrounded by green mountains and waters all the year round. Glaciers, snow capped mountains and waterfalls and lakes are not far away from downtown. Whether you like prosperous cities and museums, or love to walk into nature, you can enjoy yourself here.


Come to Seattle, how can you miss the Space Needle Tower? As the most special landmark of the city, this 184-meter-high building has appeared in many films.

The Space Needle Tower can bring you a wonderful overview of the city. If you want to have a drink, don't forget to sit in the Loupe Swivel Lounge, which is 150 meters high in the tower. Let the romantic sunset and beautiful night view accompany you in the sleepless night in Seattle.

Then, from the space needle tower, you can drive for 7 minutes or walk for 20 minutes to Park Market, the oldest farmer's market in the United States. Since 1907, it has attracted thousands of tourists every day. With the ubiquitous smell of coffee baking, you can buy a variety of seafood and enjoy colorful flowers in Pike Market. You can also stop at the unique chocolate shop, local seafood restaurants and handicraft workshops from all over the world to experience the unique charm of various small shops.

The chewing gum wall, one of the world's most alternative attractions, is also located in the Parker market! This scenic spot is declared to boast the largest number of bacteria in the world. Don't forget to selfie in front of the wall with millions of pieces of chewing gum!

Sky View Observatory, the highest observation platform in Seattle, is the unique spot which can provide a 360 degree panoramic view of the entire downtown of Seattle, including the Ferris wheel, Puget Bay, Space Needle Tower, Microsoft Park, Rainier Snow Mountain, etc. You can see for miles around and enjoy the beautiful seaside scenery. You can also experience the 360 degree full screen sightseeing tower elevator in the world and learn about the history and culture of the city.

Seattle is the birthplace of Starbucks - the first Starbucks coffee shop in the world was born in Pike Market in 1971. This is also a must for all coffee lovers who come to Seattle! The baking workshop there is open to public.

Tourists can learn about the development of American coffee, as well as learn the unique skills of brewing coffee.

While ordering a cup of coffee, you can go through the retro decoration of the first Starbucks in the world and witness the history and origin of this iconic coffee chain.