Ultimate traveler quiz – Part 10

Time for another round of the general knowledge travel quiz, with questions ranging from cruise ships that have been named after Queen’s to obscure capital cities. There are 20 questions designed to challenge your general travel knowledge. We think 14/20 would be the score to beat. Good luck

In which city do people use an Oyster card to get around?

1. Sydney
2. New York
3. London

What travels at 340 metres per second?

1. Sound
2. Airbus A380 aircraft
3. Shinkansen bullet train

Which Queen is NOT a Cunard cruise ship?

1. Queen Elizabeth
2. Queen Anne
3. Queen Victoria

In what city can you see the Magna Carta at Chapter House and the cathedral with the tallest spire in the UK?

1. Salisbury
2. Leeds
3. Bristol

Believed to have inspired Arendelle in the animated movie Frozen, in which country is the village of Hallstatt?

1. Austria
2. Switzerland
3. Norway

In which state or territory does the Lennard River run through the Windjana Gorge in Napier Range?

1. Western Australia
2. Northern Territory
3. Tasmania

How many of the 28 European Union member countries use the euro as their official currency?

1. 14
2. 24
3. 19

In which country is the 182-metre tall Statue of Unity, the tallest statue in the world?

1. Dubai
2. India
3. Russia

Which of these is NOT one of so-called Big Five African game animals?

1. Hippopotamus
2. Leopard
3. Rhinoceros

Milford Sound and the Cleddau River in New Zealand are named after similar geographical features in which country?

1. Norway
2. Wales
3. Iceland

What Asian capital is known to locals as Krung Thep, roughly translated as City of Angels?

1. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
2. Bangkok, Thailand
3. Hanoi, Vietnam

Where are you if everyone you meet greets you with a huge smile and says Bula?

1. Thailand
2. Fiji
3. Tahiti

Famous for its history of hippie subculture and named for a street intersection, where is Haight-Ashbury?

1. San Francisco
2. Washington D.C.
3. Chicago

Now a popular archaeological tourist destination, how was the town of Herculaneum in Italy destroyed?

1. Flood
2. Earthquake
3. Volcano

The US dam that borders Nevada and Arizona, creating lake Mead, is named after which former US president?

1. Herbert Hoover
2. Franklin D. Roosevelt
3. Theodore Roosevelt

What is obala in Croatia, sahil in Turkey, kuste in Germany and cote in France?

1. Mountain
2. Coast
3. Lake

In 2018, what country declared soto, rendang, nasi goreng, satay and gado-gado as its national foods?

1. Thailand
2. Indonesia
3. Malaysia

On which Australian island would you visit to take a selfie with a Quokka?

1. Kangaroo Island
2. Hamilton Island
3. Rottnest Island

In which country would you find the famous infinity pool atop the Marina Bay Sands pictured below?

1. Thailand
2. Malaysia
3. Singapore

In which country can explore the Skeleton Coast, the Sossusvlei sand dunes and the capital Windhoek?

1. Namibia
2. Madagascar
3. Tanzania

All 20 questions completed!

Ultimate traveler quiz – Part 10

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