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New Jersey Overview
New JerseyNew Jersey, also known as the Garden State, is located in the Mid-Atlantic region of the US. Despite being the most densely populated state in the US, New Jersey entertains its visitors with pristine beaches and breathtaking natural attractions. The migratory birds of Cape May are a must-see for all nature lovers. The Appalachian Trail, the East Coast Greenway, the Pine Barrens, the Palisades, the Delaware Water Gap, blueberry farms and cranberry bogs are other natural attractions in the area.

Start off your New Jersey itinerary with a sumptuous breakfast in a historic home, spend your afternoon walking along the beautiful shoreline and enjoy your evening with an entertaining theater performance. Spend the entire weekend exploring the various stores and spas located in New Jersey or enjoy some wild dancing and a wide range of entertainment activities on the bustling boardwalk. There is never a shortage of things to do when you travel to New Jersey.

The shoreline might be the ideal place to visit during the summer months, but the weekends can become extremely crowded. If you prefer fewer crowds, postpone your New Jersey trip until after Labor Day. The shores may be windy and bleak during the winter months, but areas like Spring Lake and Cape May still offer you with exciting bed-and-breakfasts and alluring natural beauty.

You might imagine the locals to speak with thick accents like the ones seen in those TV crime dramas, but New Jersey actually boasts of a progressive and sophisticated society where people live in charming towns that are defined by the technology and banking sectors. The presence of charming beachside towns, 127 miles of enchanting beaches and abundant farmlands also ensures that you always have all sorts of sights and attractions to choose from.

Originally settled by Native Americans, New Jersey has always boasted of a distinguished history. It played a major role in the American Revolution and has always welcomed waves of immigrants from the English and the Dutch to the Latin Americans and Asians. New Jersey is often overshadowed by its flashier next door neighbor New York, but it still ensures that those who visit its shores are treated with amazing historical, cultural and natural attractions which rival just about everything that New York has to offer.

New Jersey prefers to keep things low key and its small size means that you can explore most of its attractions in a single trip. Family centric activities are found in the Six Flags Amusement Park while party lovers cannot skip out on the Atlantic City casino scene. The Cape May territory is New Jersey’s crown jewel and the charming colonial era towns located all over the state are ideal for those wanting a taste of the romantic yesteryears.

The ideal way to explore New Jersey is to rent your own car. The taxi fares can be quite expensive and the bus routes are usually inconvenient. Almost all major attractions are located outside of the towns and this makes rental cars a must. The highways are also in good condition and the country roads are famous for being extremely scenic as well.

Some of the top things to do in New Jersey include wine tasting tours, sailing, surfing, boating, hiking, biking, deep-sea fishing and surfing. Some of the top attractions of New Jersey include Atlantic City’s casinos, the Victorian era splendor of Cape May, the hiking trails of Pine Barrens, colonial era towns like Lambertville, family-friendly orchards and the Six Flags Great Adventure Amusement Park.

 

Atlantic City Overview
Atlantic CityAtlantic City is a seaside city that has emerged as one of the best entertainment and beach destinations in the US. The city is located at a distance of 2.5 hours from New York City and 1 hour from Philadelphia. It isn’t as glamorous as Las Vegas, but it still has its unique charms that draw travelers from all over the world. You could term it as the younger and less glamorous sister of Las Vegas. Atlantic City is also known to be one of those few cities in the world that is equally popular among teenagers, couples, families and retirees.

Atlantic City is how the East Coast answered to Las Vegas. Its casinos might not be as opulent as their Las Vegas counterparts, but they promise the same levels of excitement, grandeur and romance. A must-try in Atlantic City is its classic saltwater taffy, a candy that has been a specialty for more than 100 years.

The city has witnessed investments of $1.7 billion in the recent past and is now bustling with world class casino resorts, unique attractions, exotic spas, exclusive shopping, designer golf courses and world famous chefs. Some of the top hotels in Atlantic City include The Water Club, The Chelsea, Trump Taj Mahal and Courtyard by Mariott. Shopping enthusiasts cannot miss out on the elite shopping of The Pier Shops at Caesars and Tanger Outlets – The Walk. Both shopping destinations are home to world famous brands like Eddie Bauer, J. Crew, Tiffany & Co. Hugo Boss and Michael Kors. Dining options can be found a plenty and famous names like Cuba Libra, Bobby Flay, Patsy’s, Morton’s, Phillips Seafood, Gallagher’s and Wolfgang Puck are all found in Atlantic City. The Atlantic City spas are destinations in themselves and the popular ones like the Que Bath & Spa and the Bluemercury Spa promise you a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

The ideal way to start off your tours of Atlantic City is to enjoy a walk along its breathtaking promenade. The Boardwalk has been featured in numerous movies and TV shows and has offered support to countless high-diving horses, beauty queens and celebrities. The exquisite casino-resorts promise to offer you with all the gambling action that you need and the luxurious spas, stores, boutiques and restaurants ensure that you never miss out on the cosmopolitan lifestyle while in Atlantic City. Spend the afternoon having a drink at one of the many waterfront restaurants or enjoy a bike ride along the coastal boardwalk. Take a cruise during the evening and try your hand at the poker or roulette table at night.

Some of the best things to do while in Atlantic City staying at the Trump Taj Mahal, shop at the Piers Shops at Caesars and visit attractions like The Borgata, Steel Pier and the Boardwalk Hall.  And while you’re at it, don’t forget to check out the OROGOLD Atlantic City Store located at the Harrah’s Casino and Resort.

 

The OROGOLD Atlantic City Store
3The Harrah’s Casino and Resort is an Atlantic City destination where you just need to worry about having fun. Considered to be the premier hotel in Atlantic City, the Harrah’s Casino and Resort is famous for its world-class entertainment and world-famous casino. No other resort in the city can match the luxury and splendor offered by Harrah’s Casino and Resort. The resort features a 25000 sq. ft. swimming pool that sits in the center of a 90-foot glass dome and boasts of six hot tubs as well. Once the sun goes down, the Harrah’s Casino and Resort transforms into the wildest destination in Atlantic City. The private cabanas and poolside tables make guests feel like royalty and no other Atlantic City party even comes close to the Pool Party at the Harrah’s Casino and Resort. Guests can also enjoy live theatre performances at the Concert Venue which hosts Broadway hits like Hairspray and The Producers and the restaurants whip up all sorts of culinary wonders.

If you get tired of all that fun and excitement, simply head over to the OROGOLD Atlantic City Store located at the Harrah’s Casino and Resort. Enjoy our complimentary facials for a soothing and wonderful experience and rejuvenate your skin to prevent the damage caused by all that sunbathing, drinking and partying.

Address: Harrah’s Casino and Resort, 777 Harrah’s Blvd, Atlantic City, NJ 08401

Contact No: 609-428-6882

Store Hours: 10.00AM – 09.00PM (Monday – Saturday).

11.00AM – 07.00PM (Sunday)

 

Paramus Overview
Paramus is one of the best places to visit for any shopping enthusiast visiting New Jersey. This exciting shopping town draws people from all over the New York metropolitan area and it is full of exciting shopping malls like the Westfield Garden State Plaza, Bergen Town Center, Paramus Park Mall, the Shops at Riverside Mall and the Fashion Center. Since New Jersey doesn’t tax clothing and has a lower sales tax than New York, the products found in Paramus are quite cheap as well. It is important to note that almost all shopping destinations are closed on Sundays. You might find the restaurants to be open on a Sunday, but you can forget all about shopping.

The ideal way to get into Paramus is via car. Although everything is located within 3 sq. miles, having a car is a must while travelling to Paramus. Most people from NYC prefer to take the George Washington Bridge and New Jersey Route 4 to enter Paramus. Other highways that can be used to access Paramus include the Golden State Parkway, US Interstate 80 and Interstate 95.

Shopaholics will particularly have a blast at the Westfield Garden State Plaza, the third largest shopping center in the NYC Metropolitan area. The Garden State Plaza is a trendy shopping mall that is the largest outlet mall in New Jersey and is home to world famous brands like Neiman Marcus, Lord & Taylor and Nordstrom. A trip to the New Jersey Performing Arts Center is an ideal way to spend your evenings while in Paramus. This exciting venue hosts opera, jazz, orchestras and dance performances and is an ideal way to understand the New Jersey culture.

The OROGOLD Paramus Store
1The New York Times termed the Westfield Garden State Plaza as the “single most influential mall in the country”. This two-story shopping mall is located at the intersection of Route 17 and Route 4 in Paramus. It is home to more than 300 stores and is famous as the largest mall in New Jersey. The mall ranks among the largest malls in the US and boasts of average sales of $775 per sq. ft., which is much higher than the national average. The Westfield Garden State Plaza is famous for attracting about 20 million shoppers each year. This power shopping paradise also generates almost $1 billion in terms of annual sales and is anchored by Neiman Marcus, Lord & Taylor, Nordstrom and Macy’s. Other stores present in the mall include Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Tesla, Apple Store, Tiffany & Co. and Lululemon Athletica. Recent additions to the mall include AX Armani, Maje, Tory Burch and Sandro.

The OROGOLD Paramus Store is also located in the Westfield Garden State Plaza. OROGOLD Cosmetics is a luxury anti-aging skin care line that focuses on offering customers with an opulent and exclusive route to skin care. Every experience with OROGOLD is bound to be pleasurable and you can expect to discover a unique collection of products that can really transform the way your skin looks. Come to the OROGOLD Store in Paramus today and enjoy a free product demonstration.

Address: Garden State Plaza, 1 Garden State Plaza, Paramus, NJ 07652

Contact No: 201-843-3320

Store Hours: 10.00AM – 09.00PM (Monday – Saturday).

11.00AM – 07.00PM (Sunday)

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