5 Days trip in United States

Budget: 0 USD - 1000 USD Shopping City sightseeing Food exploration
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The United States is a federal republic located in North America, known for its diverse geography, history, and culture. It is a world superpower and a melting pot of cultures.

General Infomation

Exchange Rate of 1 USD to USD
Washington, D.C.
GMT -0400 (Eastern Time Zone)
Best Way to Get Around

Day 1

  1. The High Line

    120 minutes

    Enjoy a scenic walk along the elevated park on an abandoned railway line connecting Meatpacking District to Chelsea. You can enjoy cityscape views, art installations, gardens, and lovely places to take photos.

  2. Chelsea Market

    150 minutes

    Indulge in culinary delights at New York's top indoor food hall. The market features shops, eateries, and vendors selling artisanal foods, sweets, and more. Try some of the popular bites like lobster rolls, doughnuts, and tacos!

  3. Times Square

    90 minutes

    Experience the bright lights and buzz of the city at the most iconic intersection in Manhattan. Shop at the retail stores around the area or just roam around and enjoy some free concerts or performances.

Day 2

  1. Central Park

    180 minutes

    Take a stroll in New York's largest park, which is also an entertainment center. You can enjoy the open-air theatre shows, performances, and concerts by street performers. Rent a bike, a boat or just lay down at the Great Lawn and enjoy this oasis in the concrete jungle!

  2. The 9/11 Memorial and Museum

    120 minutes

    Learn about the events on September 11, 2001, and honor the victims of the terrorist attack by visiting the 9/11 Memorial and Museum. The Museum provides a 110,000 square feet exhibition space, archives, and artifacts that are both emotional and educational.

  3. Greenwich Village

    180 minutes

    Walk around the charming streets, alleys and townhouses that make up the historic Greenwich Village. You can indulge in some of the best traditional Italian food at the local restaurants, or enjoy a craft cocktail, art, and live music performances at the local intimate bars.

Day 3

  1. Brooklyn Bridge

    150 minutes

    Take a walk on one of the oldest suspension bridges in the United States. The bridge is a beautiful place to snap some instagram-worthy photos of New York's skyline and the East River. Enjoy the views, street performers, bike rentals, and pop-up food stalls.

  2. Metropolitan Museum of Art

    240 minutes

    Discover the largest art museum in the US, housing over 2 million pieces of art from around the world, ranging in time from ancient to modern periods. The exhibits retrace the development and history of art along with interactive displays and cutting-edge technology.

  3. Empire State Building

    90 minutes

    Cap off your day with a visit to the iconic Empire State Building. The view from the top of this 102-storey structure is breathtaking. The observatory deck on the 86th floor is open to visitors daily from morning to night.

Day 4

  1. Rockefeller Center

    180 minutes

    Visit the Rockefeller Center, the famous landmark that is the venue for many live shows, movies, and photoshoots. You may enjoy the cityscape views, or head to the many high-end retail stores and boutiques available for a shopping spree!

  2. The Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island

    300 minutes

    Take a cruise to Liberty Island and Ellis Island, where you will visit the iconic Statue of Liberty and the Immigration Museum. You will learn about the history behind New York's renowned statue and the immigrant experience through multimedia exhibits and live performances.

  3. Chinatown

    150 minutes

    Roam around the largest Chinatown in the US and savor some authentic Chinese delicacies. You can try the dim sum, traditional bubble tea, Peking duck, Chinese-Pan-Asian cuisines, and many other famous Chinese street foods at the street hawkers.

Day 5

  1. One World Observatory

    150 minutes

    Visit the highest point in the city and take in stunning panoramic views of the skyline from the One World Observatory in the One World Trade Center. Marvel at the interactive displays and multimedia installations, and try the famous SkyPod elevator with digital screens showing the city's skyline!

  2. The Vessel

    120 minutes

    Experience the outstanding contemporary bronze structure in the center of the Hudson Yards development at the Vessel. It is an interactive work of art in the form of a staircase; visitors can climb up to get a 360-degree view of the area, or just explore the public square.

  3. M&M's World

    120 minutes

    Take a tour of the colorful world of M&M's and enjoy shopping around the retail space for unique souvenirs, custom M&M's, gifts for loved ones, apparel, and various collectibles.

Estimated Cost (USD)


30-50 USD per night
80-150 USD per night
150-250 USD per night


2.75 USD per ride
25-50 USD for a one-way ride
Bike Rental
12-20 USD per hour


Fast Food/Street food
5-15 USD per meal
Casual Dining
20-50 USD per meal
Fine Dining
50-150 USD per meal


Empire State Building Observatory
45 USD per person
Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island Tour
28 USD per person
Broadway Show Ticket
75-150 USD per person

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