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4-Days Tour of Amsterdam and Zaanse Schans

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4-Days Tour of Amsterdam and Zaanse Schans

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4-Days Tour of Amsterdam and Zaanse Schans

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4-Days Tour of Amsterdam and Zaanse Schans

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4-Days Tour of Amsterdam and Zaanse Schans

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4-Days Tour of Amsterdam and Zaanse Schans

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Historic Hong Kong – It Is a Lot More Than a “Shoppers’ Paradise!”

When I went to Hong Kong, at once, I knew that I would want to write a story set there. From the words of Paul Theroux

A special administrative region of the People’s Republic of China, Hong Kong is commonly known among the domestic and international travelers as the ultimate “shoppers’ paradise.” That’s true! But hold on for a moment! Before you move away from selecting Hong Kong as your traveling destination and search for some other location to spend your vacation, there is a lot more to explore and cherish here, than obviously famed shopping experience in the luxurious malls to thriving street markets in Hong Kong. Hong Kong has a lot more to offer you than the great shopping experience that would fulfill your shopper’s lust to grab some of the latest fashionable and designer products and antiques.

Ocean Park – Enjoy the Mark of the Marine Life at This Ocean Park!

Your visit to Hong Kong must include in your traveling itinerary a tour of the Ocean Park. In Hong Kong, Ocean Park is very famous and is one of the major attractions of the region. Located on the southern side of the island nation, the park is spread over 915,000 sq. m. It was opened in the year 1977. The park is based on a theme of marine life and features thrill rides, animal exhibits and other shows. In the year 2012, the park received the Applause Award, a prestigious award in the industry of theme park and amusement. The park was awarded for its ability to deliver high-class experience to guests which is rich in education, entertainment, and for its effort to promote conservation of marine life. The park is committed to protect and promote conservation of animals, not only in Hong Kong, but also across Asia. For your information, a substantial part of the proceeds from fees charged to visit the park is directed towards the support for wildlife conservation programs and projects.  

A Tour of the Bygone Era

It would be a nice experience to go back in the past and relive the old memories of the bygone Hong Kong. A visit to old Hong Kong will certainly leave you mesmerized with the unique culture prevalent between 1950s and 1970s. The sound and sight of the bygone time that you get to experience in the Old Hong Kong abroad a Heritage Tram will make you feel the buzz and scenes of the yesteryear in the accurate recreation of the sights prevalent during that time. A nostalgic trip to Old Hong Kong is worth exploring. Don’t forget to buy some souvenirs to keep your memories alive of the trip of the old period.

Rainforest Trip for Animal Lovers

If you are an animal lover and would like to catch the glimpse of the most attractive and fascinating species in the world, a tour of the Rainforest in Hong Kong is highly recommended. Hire a raft here and get yourself immersed in experiencing and encountering the tropical rainforest and its exotic sounds, while catching the glimpse of the antics of the smallest monkey in the world including pygmy marmoset; wonderful capybara; rodents of large size; and toucan green aracari.

Aqua City of the Animal Kingdom!

For sighting marine life, you can visit the Grand Aquarium located in the Aqua City. Here you can watch the marine world in the 360-degree screen, and through the largest viewing panel, and aquarium dome. And for watching the rarest Asian animals, you can visit the exhibit of amazing Asian animals. Here you will have an opportunity for an interactive journey to know about native animals of Asia, including red panda, giant panda, Chinese alligators and giant salamanders.

Other Destinations – There’s a Lot More to Explore!

There is an endless list here in Hong Kong to travel around. It is not sufficient here to cover all the spots and attractive destinations in details. From a spot of great cultural fusion of the east and the west to a place worth exploring for witnessing the marine life in the oceanic world to skyscrapers and beautiful and mesmerizing night life, and relishing delicious cuisines at fine-dine restaurants, Hong Kong is a destination full of rich experiences. The other important and attractive sights in Hong Kong that you must-visit, are as follows:

  • Repulse Bay
  • Victoria Peak
  • Avenue of Stars
  • Disneyland
  • Symphony of Lights
  • Ngong Ping 360
  • Hollywood Road
  • Murray House
  • Stanley Market
  • Temple Street
  • Ladies Street
  • Aberdeen Harbor
  • Jumbo Kingdom

Neighboring Destination That Is worth Visiting!

Macau, an autonomous territory that lies on the west side of the Chinese Pearl River Delta, lies about 64 kms from Hong Kong. One of the most densely populated regions of the world, Macao is worth giving a visit while on your Hong Kong tour. Most popularly, Macao is an offshore financial center, a tax haven and more importantly, a tourist galore!


Sri Lanka: A Pilgrimage Tour to Leisure Times at Beaches… Sri Lanka Tourism Offers a Wide Range of Options!

We can know the importance of travelling from what Saint Augustine had once stated, which meant that – This world is a kind of book, and those who do not really travel, got to read only a page of it!

Located in South Asia, Sri Lanka is a tropical island country. It is said that Sri Lanka has a history dating back time immemorial. And is believed that the island nation is the original place of the Buddhism’s soul and which is still flourishing. It is a place where nature’s beauty is pure and is in abundance. There are a very few places world over that offer such a remarkable place of stunning combination of pristine beaches, marvelous landscapes, great cultural heritage and fresh experience in a compact location. Sri Lanka is one amongst them. This has been a well-established fact that the island nation has a great cultural heritage. Spreading over 65,610 km, the country has eight world heritage sites recognized by the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization. It has coastlines spreading over 1300 km; has fifteen national parks, and lush green areas, tea estates, botanical gardens, waterfalls and over 2500 long years of cultural history. The place is worth visiting for all sorts of tourists and travelers, nature’s lovers, and religiously oriented persons.   

Ramayana Tour and Temple Visit

You will find over fifty sites in Sri Lanka that have ancient links with the epic of Ramayana. If you are visiting Sri Lanka for the religious pilgrimage, you must have the Ramayana tour here. The locations in Sri Lanka having links with the Ramayana are actually based on the events that had taken place during Ramayana. These range from where the beloved wife of Lord Rama, Sita, was held captive by Ravana, king of Lanka, to where Ram killed Ravana in the long fought battle. Local people living in these locations still remember the links of their villages to the events in the history of Ramayana. A visit to Sri Lanka for the sake of pilgrimage to experience the epic places related to the Ramayana period would surely be a very rewarding experience; for it will take you down to the ancient times with the temples and places reverberating in the backdrop of culturally pleasing landscapes. Another most important temple that you should also visit is the temple of Gangarama Vihara; interestingly attractive for its brass work, Buddhist art, and stone carving. It has a museum, and also is a great learning place.

Other Interesting Options for You to Do in Sri Lanka

There are ample things to see, explore and enjoy in Sri Lanka. Some interesting things that you should do could be the following:

City Tour

It would be surely a good idea to have a city tour of the Capital of Sri Lanka, Colombo. It has an ancient history and the heritage reflected in the colonial buildings and architecture. Take a city tour and enjoy the marvels of Colombo. You can either hop on a bus tour of the city or can hire a taxi for the sightseeing purposes here.

Zoological Garden, Dehiwala

Spreading across a large span of 30 acres, the National Zoological Garden located in Dehiwala has all sorts of animals that you can watch; including birds, fishes, reptiles and other mammals. For an animal lover, visiting Sri Lanka, this would be an ideal place to visit to see these animals living in the great harmony in beautiful nature’s landscapes.

Nuwara Eliya

Located in the central province, Nuwara Eliya is a hilly region. It is also referred as the ‘Little England’ owing to its proximity with British visitors. It is an important hub for tea production. It is also termed as a leisure capital of the country; thanks to its mild climate. The city has colonial era buildings having amazing architectural features of the colonial times. Till today, many of the private homes here maintain the colonial styles of gardens and lawns, and that is the reason behind the place getting this moniker.

Beautiful Bentota

Bentota is a very lovely coastal town here in Sri Lanka. This town is situated in the District of Galle in the Southern Province. The Urban Council governs this town. It is located approximately at a distance of about 65 kilometers Colombo’s south and 56 kilometers Galle’s north.

The Sweet Candy of the Bird’s Eye View, Kandy

The bird’s eye view, Kandy is definitely a must-visit place while you are touring in Sri Lanka. This place is basically a Buddhist worship hub where you will witness tranquility inside one of the most beautiful temples around the words, and that is the ‘Temple of Tooth’, which holds Buddha’s gold statues that are very lovely and green jade. This monastery is highly sedate and quite elegant. You will feel like a ‘BIRD’ seeing the entire city from the top, and thus the moniker, “bird’s eye view!” You will also find a fine-dine restaurant up there on the hilltop where you can have your lunch, while enjoying the breathtaking bird view! Certainly a must!

Besides these, you can enjoy sea foods in some of the great resorts located at beach sides. Mt. Lavinia is known among other excellent beaches in the island nation offering a wide range of seafood items that you can enjoy. There are options for shopping, massage and spa, buying souvenirs, and not to miss the nightlife in Colombo abuzz with casinos and bars. Other locations to visit and explore in Sri Lanka are Kandy and Bentota.


Marvellous Malaysia - From Tall Towers to Illuminated Fireflies, Malaysia Is Ready to Embrace You with Its Fulfillment!

“People wander for distraction, but they travel for fulfillment of Dreams!” ~ From the words of Hilaire Belloc

Known among locals as KL, Kuala Lumpur is Malaysia’s capital. There are many attractive places here in the capital of Malaysia. Some of the good places to visit here are as follows:

Petronas Towers

The major spot which attracts tourists here is the Petronas Twin Towers, which is 451 meters tall. This is indeed one of the major places to visit in Kuala Lumpur. It is a very iconic landmark of the city. The place deserves a merit in terms of site visit and opportunity for first-time visitors for photography. The towers were built in 1998. The very sleek structure of the towers is 88 storey-high, which is further joined by a Sky Bridge that provides visitors a very panoramic view of the centre of the city, which is a very exhilarating experience worth witnessing. There are other good places you will find at the towers. Suria KLCC shopping mall is located inside the towers. The mall hosts wide variety of internationally acclaimed brands, cinema halls, concert hall, art gallery, and large Aquaria KLCC. At a few steps away from the towers, there is a park having water fountain, tracks for jogging, and a wading pool for kids. The most important point to keep in mind is that if you are visiting the Sky Bridge, you need to reach here very early as a limited number of pass is issued to visitors each day. Be there early morning to avail the pass.

Batu Caves

There are cultural attractions too in Kuala Lumpur. These include a visit to the well-known, Batu Caves. En route to Batu Caves; it is worth making a stopover at other places of importance like rubber plantation farm and factory unit of Selangor Pewter. You can buy souvenirs made up of the alloy to take home. At Batu Caves, you will witness a large mass of towering limestone in the north side of Kuala Lumpur. The cave is another important landmark in Kuala Lumpur. At the cave, you will find many shrines of Hindus. After reaching out at the top portion of the cave by climbing 272 steps, you can witness the attractive limestone formation, and a soothing view of the devotees paying homage to deities.

Elephant Sanctuary

A tour of the Elephant Sanctuary will take you on a drive along the Malaysian countryside. For tourists and animal lovers, this is another good option in Malaysia to visit. Kuala Gandah Elephant Orphanage Sanctuary is a conservation centre and is the base from where the wildlife department and relocation team of national parks operates. The team provides a helping hand in the capture and conservation of uncontrollable and rouge elephant across the region of South Asia. On the way to the sanctuary, you can have a view of the villages in Malaysia and roadside stalls selling fresh fruits, and can enjoy local delicacies there. At the Sanctuary, you will get to learn how the wildlife department persons ensure the protection and conservation of elephants and their habitats. Here, at the department of the elephant protection, you will get to watch a video of the work done and other relevant information about the Sanctuary followed by joining in handlers feeding fruits to elephants. If you are planning to visit this sanctuary, do ensure that you have enough time for it will take at least half a day’s time and can be extended a little more.

Firefly Watching

Another good attraction for animal and nature’s lovers here is the firefly watching. Incandescent bugs, locally known here as kelip-kelip, is a very soothing experience. A visit to Kuala Selangor Nature Park will allow you to witness this beautiful and mesmerizing sight of the glowing fireflies. The Nature Park is a wildlife sanctuary and it consists of wetlands, mangroves and forests, the best place to witness the luminescent bugs in places near the villages scattered around in the vicinity. A visit to this place and the villages will let you explore the village community, their lifestyle practice of everyday in fishing, plucking palm fruits and rubber tapping.


Penang V-Con/ Qnet Event, Malaysia

Held every year, the V-Con or the V-Convention event is a very grand annual gathering, which is hosted by “The V.” This event is open every year to all IRs of the QNET, who want to get better understanding of their journey of network marketing. Attendees get to benefit from the motivational speeches given here, some very useful sessions for the training of products, and other very well-thought-of activities, which help in honing the skills and building the character of the IRs.


Also known by the name of “Resorts World Genting” the Genting Highlands is basically a hill resort that is developed by the Genting Group in Malaysia. This hill resort is situated at an average height of 1,740 meters (5,710 ft) in the mountain chain of Titiwangsa that is on the border, which is between Pahang and Selangor.

There is an endless list of attractions in the beautiful city of Malaysia, its capital, and Penang, Langkawi and other parts. Other important places include Bird Park, KLCC Park, Aquaria KLCC, Masjid Negara, and Lake Symphony.


Magnificent Maldives – Spend Some Quality Time in Peace and Tranquility in Maldives

Whenever you plan a vacation, always remember what Confucius had said, which meant that - Wherever you go, you must always go with all your heart!

There are many noteworthy places in this island nation, which the first-time travelers must experience. Maldives is known for its extensive reefs, blue lagoons and beautiful beaches. Maldives is a tropical paradise and is truly a heaven for travelers. The island nation is known for its natural beauty including the white beaches and the white oceans. The climate here is conducive for travelers to engage in various water-related sports like windsurfing, snorkeling, scuba diving, fishing and water skiing, and kite boarding. Every year, the island nation witnesses massive footfall of international tourists. With clean water and underwater scenery, the island has been ranked as the best destination in the world for recreational diving. Besides, for the newlyweds and the love birds, this place is best for spending some quality time, and for the families to spend their holidays. It was in 1972 that tourism started in this island nation. It was since the launch of the first resort in the year 1972 that tourism in the country flourished.

Grand Friday Mosque

Grand Friday Mosque is also known locally as Masjid-al-Sultan. It is one of the most attractive destinations in Maldives to visit. It is counted amongst the finest sites of this island nation. It was constructed by Sultan Ibrahim Iskandhar in the seventeenth century. This grand mosque accommodates about 5,000 persons. Among the ancient mosques in the nation, the Friday Mosque is known for beautiful wooden carvings and great piece of Islamic art. Its minaret, which is in the shape of a drum, is much appreciated.

President’s Palace

Another marvelous piece of architecture that is much admired and shall not go missed in the island nation is the President’s Palace. The President’s Palace is the official place of residence of the President of Maldives. Though not open for public visiting, travelers can witness the splendid building from outside and get its photographs. The President’s Palace was constructed by Sultan Shamsuddeen III before to the First World War.

National Museum

Another major site to visit here in Maldives is the National Museum. Visitors will get to see beautiful artifacts and other mesmerizing things located in a colonial erabuilding. The artifacts include traditional costumes, royal antiquities, Buddhist relics, hand-written Koran miniature, and other exhibits of historical importance.

Addu Atoll

For divers, Addu Atoll is worth visiting. Apart from the places nearby, the island groups are best to explore. In this part of island nation, corals are the best. Here you will also find a gateway to Hithadhoo, the best known place for bike riding.

Dhonveli  and Lhohifushi

If you are interested in having some exciting and challenging activities, windsurfing at Dhonveli and Lhohifushi in the north side of Male would be the perfect destinations for you. These are island resorts and are reasonably priced too. The best season for windsurfing is between March and October.


Hulhumalé is a man-made island. You can reach here on a ferry trip. It is known as a utopian town. It is going to be a new hub in Maldives for visitors in recent future with the rise in sea level. Going by the local standards, it will be mountainous by two meters above the sea level.


If you are a bit fed up with the crowded places in the streets of Maldives and want some peaceful time to chill and relax, country side locations like Villingili would be an ideal option for you. Amid the palm trees, you can have options for picnic, can watch cricket matches, and sit peacefully along the beachside.

Shopping in Local Arts

There are ample options of good resorts in the island nation. You will have island trip option as an offer from these resorts. On the trip, you can visit artisans and explore their workshops and buy beautiful handicrafts at cost-effective prices.

Maldives attracts a host of travelers everywhere; thanks to the beautiful beaches and resorts, besides some exotic places that one can explore here. For divers and those who want to spend time enjoying water-related exciting games, this place is real bliss. Other good places and resorts of vital importance that can be visited here in Maldives. Opt for this island nation to spend some time in peace and tranquility.


Scintillating Singapore – Superb Spots in Singapore to See the Sights of This Sparkling Land!

Nobody drinks in Singapore; is the first thing you will find out when you are here! What people do in Singapore is – EAT! Known for its food-crazy culture, great food is available here in a sort of hawker-stand environment. From the words of Anthony Bourdain

Known as the world’s safest and cleanest cities, the Island city of Singapore is well-planned and ordered in almost every respect. The most important things that people here love to do almost every hour are dining and shopping. It is said to be very safe and secure as, even after dark, the streets are well lit and you will find shoppers busy. It is a paradise for shoppers in every sense with people getting good shopping deals almost everywhere and all sorts of items, ranging from cheap fashionable products to luxurious and branded items. And if it comes to finding a place to eat 24x7 at this city, you will not go hungry for sure. Cafes, restaurants and food parks and stalls; you will find in every other nook and corner of this city.


A visit to this will be fun-filled for all sorts of people. Here are some of the places you should not miss out when you visit this island nation.

Orchard Road

There are some places in Singapore that a first-time traveler must visit. One of such places includes the Orchard Road. Tourists visiting Singapore must take a walk at the Orchard Road. During the mid 1800s, at this place, there used to be a plantation site of fruits and spices. The commercial development at the current place began during the 1970s with the construction of entertainment avenues and shopping malls. This place as a hub of shopping centre is a very popular spot among expatriates, locals and tourists.

Singapore River

If you are interested in having a spectacular view of the island nation and its beautiful skyline, you can hire a taxi cruise for sight viewing. The river cruise will take you along Clarke Quay, Boat Quay, Marina Bay, the Merlion and Robertson Quay. On the cruise ride, you will witness the contrasts between the colonial buildings that have been rejuvenated aside the river having the modern, high rise skyscrapers in their background.

Wealth Fountain

Another major attractive destination to visit in Singapore is the Wealth Fountain. The fountain is the largest in the world. The Wealth Fountain is located in the Suntec City. The best time to visit the Wealth Fountain is at night; that is the show time when the fountain glow with the light show and the fountain gets dazzled up with vibrant colors of light.

Hindu Temple – Sri Mariamman

If you would like to visit a temple in Singapore, there is one famous and oldest temple located on the Bridge Road in the South. This is a Hindu temple and was established in the year 1827. The temple has a range of images of Hindu Gods and Goddess carved on the rooftop and the walls of the temple. One major attraction of the temple is the festival of walking on fire. This festival is celebrated each year and it attracts a large number of visitors.

Gardens by the Bay

Another major attraction of tourists here in Singapore is the Gardens by the Bay. This is closer to the Marina Barrage. The park has been constructed keeping in mind the sustainability aspect and the need for environmental conservation. Here, at the Gardens, the major attractions include a wide variety of tropical plants, conservatories, and Supertrees. Enjoy walking around the elevated walkway along the Supertrees.

Crocodile Farm

For animal lovers and conservationists, Crocodile Farm in Singapore is a popular spot. Located on the Serangoon Road, the park is open to public viewing. For children, the farm also conducts an education tour of the place. Another place for animal watchers is the Reptile Park. The park has more than 50 reptile species and more than hundred crocodiles. You will also witness live shows and feeding sessions at the park here.

Universal Studios

This is basically a sort of theme park, which is located inside the World Sentosa Resorts situated on the Sentosa Island in Singapore.

Jurong Bird Park

This is basically an aviary & tourist attraction located in Jurong, Singapore. This park is managed by the Singapore’s Wildlife Reserves. The park is spread over a span of around 0.2 square kilometers on Jurong Hill’s western slope, which happens to be the highest point in this Jurong region.

Sentosa Island

This is basically a very popular Singapore’s island resort that is visited by around 20 million people every year. The major attractions here include Fort Siloso, the Merlion, a sheltered beach that is around 2 kilometer long, two golf courses and 14 hotels, among others.

Other Interesting Attractions

The other indicative list for those, who want to spend time in Singapore apart from having an enriching shopping experience, include the following:

  • Night Safari
  • Orchidville
  • Pulau Hantu
  • Kusu Island
  • Esplanade
  • Botanic Gardens
  • Little India
  • Sultan Mosque 

Also, do not miss the super exciting super cars joy ride when you are here in this electrifying LION CITY!

Uber- Uzbekistan – Fascinate Your Senses with Fascinating Attractions Here

You must be off to some of the greatest places! This will be your day! Your mountain is waiting, so…get on your way right away! From the words of Dr. Seuss

Uzbekistan is a landlocked nation sharing borders with Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Afghanistan. It is rich, both culturally and historically. After the collapse of the Soviet Russia, Uzbekistan got independence in the year 1991. In terms of natural resources, the country is very wealthy. Tashkent is the capital of Uzbekistan, which has seen rapid development in a very short span of time and has become one of the favorite places for tourists, exploring the rich cultural tradition of the nation and nearby places. It has fast emerged as a tourist’s destination. If you are picking up Uzbekistan including Tashkent and nearby places, these are the places you must add in your list to visit.

Historic Kukeldash Madrassah

Art Is for the Mind, Body and Soul!

One of the main attractions for tourists in Tashkent is the historic site of Kukeldash Madrassah. This Islamic school was constructed in 1570 and is located near the Chorsu Bazaar. You must know that each city in Uzbekistan has some ensemble and this Islamic school, which is a very historic site, is the part of the ensemble in Tashkent. The school has suffered damage due to earthquake, and was renovated to restore its glory. This site serves as one of the places to visit in Tashkent.

Miniature Art Museum

Not to underestimate the power of the small; the miniature art museum is worth visiting! This museum has kept the work of a very talented and famous art person, Kamolidden Behzad. The focus is the miniature painting work of the artist in the museum. Having roughly around 500 exhibits, this museum has books, manuscripts, miniatures and other historical products.  

Chorsu Bazaar

Energy, Escape, Ecstasy!

Chorsu Bazaar is the main tourist destination in all of Tashkent. Located in the old town, in the market, you will find the energy, culture, vibrancy and rich heritage of the life here in the Uzbek city, which is full of color, vigor and activity. In the Bazaar, it has a section of fresh fruits and spices. So, if you are a foodie and want to explore the taste and flavor of the unique varieties of food, fruits, vegetables and spices, you can explore this section. Apart from that, you will find sections for products of leather goods and other household items. For your kind attention and valuable information, you can take note that bargaining up to 40 per cent is possible in the market here. What else as a tourist would you need? But the thing is that you need to be strong on your bargaining antics. This market is very accessible from the city and is very ideal for good photography of market and street life. The opening timing for the market is from 8.00 am to 6.00 pm. If you want to visit Kukeldash Madrassah, it is closer by the market.

Botanical Gardens

Add Some Fragrance and Color to Your Uzbekistan Travel Diary!

Botanical Gardens in Tashkent are like complete bliss and are worth stopover for the tourists visiting here. The Botanical Gardens add a very vibrant splash of color on the city and the location is a fantastic place to spend time in the nature’s lap amid glowing flowers soothing to your eyes. The gardens have thousands of varieties of trees, flowers, vines, shrubs, and species of plants divided into five separate sections that represent different geographical sections from other parts of the world. In the area of Central Asia, Tashkent’s Botanical Gardens are the oldest and the largest. Except on Monday, the Gardens are open for visitors between 10.00 am and 5.00 pm every day. There is another arrangement in place for guided tour of the Gardens, since the Gardens are spread in large portion and cover a large section; so it is not possible to explore all of it in a short span of time. For this purpose, you can make some advanced arrangements and have a guided tour with the staff of the Gardens.

Aqua Park

Let Your Children Spell FUN Here at the Aqua Park!

Another good destination at Tashkent if you are with kids is the Aqua Park. This destination is the favorite attraction for kids. It is a very kid-oriented park. So, if you are visiting with your family and children, this is another good spot to explore for children’s fun.

There are many other good places in Uzbekistan in Tashkent and other closer parts. These include Charvak Reservoir, Chimgon, Chimgon, Tashkent Zoo, and Clock Towers.


Rhetoric Rajasthan! History, Heritage and Hospitality Build up This Attractive State in North India!

A traveller sees only what he sees; but a tourist sees everything that he has come to see – from the words of Gilbert K. Chesterton

It might be unknown to many that our most favourite heritage vacation spot, Rajasthan happens to be the largest state in the Indian Republic. Once the land of kings, Rajasthan was formerly known as the Rajputana. Rajasthan is covered by the Great Indian Desert, the Thar Desert. An amazing display of art and architecture is housed in Rajasthan that utterly attracts a major portion of the tourists. The king culture, the royal lifestyle, cuisines, palaces and many other such attractive things are the centre of entertainment and excitement for the visitors to Rajasthan. The life spirit in Rajasthan attracts not only national but also international tourists from around the globe. Every third foreign tourist visiting the Indian subcontinent is sure to visit this interesting and joyful tourist spot to collect great memories filled with art, heritage and culture.


The ancient history of civilization of Rajasthan dates to 5000 years back. Prior to the Rajputana emergence over several parts of Rajasthan, it was a part of several republics. After the Ice Age as well, this region of Rajasthan was inhabited during the time of great floods. To add up more to the knowledge of the place, this region was also known as the Gujratra or Gurjar nation in the early Muslim period. History says about many transitional phase of Rajasthan from the hands of Hindu emperors to Muslim controls and also to Maratha empire to British Rule lastly. Akbar also came in the history of Rajasthan as he did many matrimonial alliances and also married the daughter of the Maharaja of Amer and also offered positions to various officials just only to have control over this place.


In the post independence period, it took seven stages to completely form Rajasthan. This is the reason that Rajasthan consists of different castes and tribes. Different communities like Minas, Meos, Banjaras, Gadia, Lohars, Kathodis, Rabaris are found scattered in the entire region of Rajasthan. The main communities found in this region are Rajputs, Jats, Brahmans, and the traders. The people of this region have a great enthusiasm for life and are as fun-loving as they are industrious. They bear rich tradition of folk music and dance, which comprises of one vital part of Rajasthan tourism. The typical Rajasthani food style is another most loved and favoured attractions for every tourist visiting Rajasthan.


Rajasthan comprises of big and small individual tourists spots that are famous for their own magnetism.

  • Udaipur: One of most attractive destinations in Rajasthan is this ‘City of Lakes.’ This place is famous for its beautiful and mesmerizing palaces, which depict the beauty of Rajputana style of architecture that is most famous in the whole world. The concept of palaces today has been changed with the conversion of most of the palaces into star hotels that have remained successful in attracting more tourists to have the luxury of palace stay in their cherished vacation.
  • Jaisalmer: Popularly known as the ‘Golden city,’ Jaisalmer is one of the most appreciated destinations for the tourists from all over the globe. In the daylight, this city seems to be glowing like gold since the golden Thar sand and the golden coloured sandstone used in the city imparts it the name. This walled city is famous to the tourists coming here for its architecture and magnificent Jaisalmer Fort. Other places of attraction in Jaisalmer lists as Bada Bagh, Patwon ki Haveli, The Thar Heritage Museum, Gadisar lake, Desert nation Park, Silk Route Art Gallery and many more big and small destinations that one is sure to love.
  • Sawai Madhopur: Built by the Maharaja Sawai Madho Singh, this place is famous for just two very famous attractions; namely, the Ranthambore Fort and the Ranthambore National Park. These two places make major footfalls. The Ranthambore forests have been favourite hunting grounds for the Kachwaha Rajputs till India got feedom.
  • Jaipur: The capital city of Rajasthan, Jaipur showcases the royal traditions associated with the royal past of this region. Jaipur enjoys the moniker of “Pink City” for its trademark pink colour buildings. Gardens, museums, courtyards and much more are still a part of this regal residence.
  • Chokhi Dhani: An ideal destination to savour the flavour of Rajasthani culture and traditions while on a vacation here. The place is also apt for business meetings royal regal weddings, if you want the pomp and show, the royal way. Multiple attractions like Rajasthani dances, puppet shows, mehendi, Rajasthani buffet and many more, enough to construct a fine memory!
  • Jodhpur – A City of Blue Colour: Beating the blues of the monotonous everyday life, while you are on a vacation in Rajasthan, don’t forget to beat the blues of humdrum by visiting this city of blue colour, Jodhpur, a city in Desert Thar in the northwest direction of the Rajasthan state. The very ancient Mehrangarh Fort was a palace before which is now turned into a museum, which displays paintings, old weapons, and regal sedan chairs. Overlooking this walled city of Jodhpur, most of the fort’s buildings are painted in bluish shades, which is the iconic colour of this city of Jodhpur!
  • Swiss Tents for Tourists at Thar Desert, Jaisalmer Offer a Unique Experience: Swiss tents for tourists’ accommodation provide a unique and wonderful experience of the desert with camel safaris and jeep safaris. The evening entertainment (that includes desert music, the Kalbelias and the Langas) also keeps you spellbound here. Here you can explore the Thar Desert in its true sense. The people here, the entire ambiance, the beautiful location, and the outdoor space – this will all catch your fancy for sure! This is a great spot for couples to bloom their romance in the sand, and also for solo adventurers, as well as for families (with kids), and also for big tourist groups too.

Other Attractions

While in Rajasthan, among the most important attractions, some major palaces of Rajasthan come listed like the Umaid Bhawan Palace, Lake Palace, Hawa mahal, Rambagh Palace, and the Devigarh Palace; they all convey many historical as well as heritage stories to every visitor. A must-visit to such a place blended with all flavours of history, heritage and hospitality will give a real fulfilment to your travel zest.

Nature-Kissed Nepal – For a Fun-Filled and Enjoyment-Packed Vacation

We are living in a wonderful world which is full of breathtaking beauty, charismatic charm and awesome adventures. There is simply no end to these adventures if only we see and seek them with eyes wide open – from the words of Jawaharial Nehru

Formally known as the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal, Nepal has become one of the most popular and favourite tourist spots for national as well as international tourists from all over the world. The highest point on the earth that is 8,848 m at the foot of Mt. Everest is like a ‘dream-come-true’ destination for every tourist. This beautiful holiday destination is not just a trekking spot, but also a nature’s beauty exhibition in such a manner that some places are nicely described as an experience close to Nirvana. The Sherpa villages, the trekking spots, the Sagarmatha National Park and several other highly preferred sight-seeing and sites have made Nepal one of the most marked Tourist destinations in Asia. Nepal is also the home to several endangered species like snow leopards, red panda, Himalayan black bear, musk deer and Himalayan wolves.


The findings of Neolithic tools in the Kathmandu Valley indicate the existence of civilization in the Himalayan region for long eleven thousand years. In the earlier times of the twelfth century, all the leaders with the Sanskrit suffix, Malla emerged. These kings slowly consolidated power and ruled Nepal for the next 200 years, which ended with the splitting of the entire province into two dozen states. In the middle of the eighteenth century, a Gorkha King named Prithvi Narayan Shah had started to put together what has become the actual province of Nepal today. After many bloody battles, he lastly managed to conquer the Kathmandu Valley in 1769. The rivalry between the Nepali kingdom and the British-owned East India Company started over the annexation of the minor places bordering the kingdom of Nepal, which consequently led to the Anglo-Nepali War. From here began the reputation of Gurkhas as fierce and ruthless soldiers. Integrated Nepali Communist Party had come in with the biggest number of seats in the elections of the Constituent Assembly that were held on the 10th of April in the year 2008 and had started with the formation of the coalition government that included the most important parties of CA.


The Cultural Heritage of Nepal is accounted to be diverse and very ancient. Vedic age records the name of Nepal in texts. An integral part of the Nepali society is the Folklore. The Folktales find their root in the day-to-day life of the Nepalis. The houses in the Nepal lowlands are mostly made of tight bamboo structures with mud & cow-dung walls. These houses are helpful in remaining cool in summers and retaining heat in winters. One of the most important features of Nepal is its most unique Flag that is the only non-rectangular in the whole world.  


Many attractive places for tourists surround Nepal and make it a must-visit tourist destination for visitors from all over the globe. Out of many places, the few important are listed here. 

  • Kathmandu Valley: The ancient temples and myths have their foundation in this valley of Gods where Hinduism and Buddhism meet. The capital of Nepal, Kathmandu is a valley full of historic significance. Ancient temples, shrines, golden pagodas, and highly fascinating villages are sure to make you love the place. Trekking to see the monkey temple, handicrafts, carpets, valley’s oldest and sacred shrine, Pagoda architecture and other sight-seeing spots will make you fall in love with this place when you come here with your loved ones.
  • Janakpur: This ancient Mithilla city is another attraction for the tourists in Nepal. The Terai culture of the Southern Nepal and the Ram Janaki temple in the heart of the city are good references to the Holy Granth, Ramayana. The historic significance of this place marks the birth of Sita, the beloved consort of Ram. Another historic place nearby is Dhanushadham, which has its reference back in the Ramayana times where it is believed that the broken remains of the Shiva Dhanush by Ram had fell.
  • Bardiya National Park: The largest National Park of Nepal is in Bardiya; you could take a ride through the silent jungle or raft through the white-water in the longest river of Nepal, the Karnali; and you can even be lucky enough to spot Dolphins or Gharials.
  • Pokhara: A sub-metropolitan, Pokhara happens to be the 2nd largest city here in Nepal. It is also the headquarters for the Gandaki Zone, the Kaski District, and also for the Western Development Region. Pokhara is situated at a distance of around 200 kms west of the capital city of Nepal i.e. Kathmandu.

Other Attractions

Out of the other most engaging attractions, Nepal has many things in its store. The most attractive ones list rafting and kayaking, mountain biking, paragliding, skydiving, bungee jumping, bird watching, butterfly watching; and most importantly, the traditional Tibetan influenced cuisine. 


Kaleidoscopic Kerala

Kaleidoscopic Kerala! A Break to the “God’s Own Country” Is Sure to Take You to the Heavens of Beauty...

Buddha once preached that – Travelling is always better than arriving!

Kerala Tourism is at its heights now. Every traveller in India dreams of a vacation in Kerala! May it be a honeymoon or a family trip or a holiday vacation, a tour to Kerala is one that comes in our mind first. With the Arabian Sea in the west and Western Ghats rising from 500-2700 metres in the east and linked with 44 rivers, Kerala enjoys a real toast to one’s life and eyes, when visited. The unique geographical feature makes Kerala one of the highly sought-after tourist destinations, not only in India, but also in the whole of Asia. This is the only reason why Kerala has been very aptly named as the ‘God’s Own Land’.


From the religious perspective, Kerala is also known as the ‘Parasurama Kshetram’ as because it is believed to be recovered from the sea by the axe-wielding fighter sage, Parasurama, the sixth avatar of Shree Vishnu. The discovery of marine fossils in Kerala also marks that one part of Kerala has risen from under the sea. Since 3000 BC, Kerala has been a prominent exporter of spices according to the Sumerian records. For this very reason, Kerala is still remarked as the ‘Spice Garden of India.’ Spices, especially Black Pepper, attracted many, ranging from Greeks to Romans, Chinese as well as Egyptians! The second Chera Kingdom was established by Kulashekhara Varman, whose rule lasted from c. 800-1102. A long stretch of Colonial rule was witnessed by Kerala laid by the spice trade.  


Mainly Hindu in origin, Kerala has derived this from a greater Tamilian Heritage region known as the Tamilakam. Kerala has been a place very much influenced by the overseas culture due to its connections for the purpose of trade of spice throughout the world. Kerala is proud to be one of the most progressive states of India with a lowest positive population growth rate i.e. 3.44%, highest HDI, highest literacy rate, highest life expectancy and the highest sex ratio. Kerala enjoys a very unique cosmopolitan lifestyle having the maximum access to service and opportunity as well as a greater say in their governance. This peaceful and pristine place proudly claims to be the cleanliest one in India.


Kerala is a place that has countless attractions in terms of tourist places. Surrounded by hill spots, trekking locations, national parks, beaches and many more such not-to-miss spots make Kerala a unique destination for all travel lovers and provides a fun-packed holiday with friends, family and near and dear ones. The few top destinations that are worth visiting in Kerala are listed below:

  • Munnar: You would be definitely lost in this beauty of nature where three rivers; namely Kundalay, Mudrapuzha and Nallathanni meet. Situated at 1524 m altitude at the Western Ghats, the sight-seeing and tourist spots in Munnar makes you to be present where beauty is actually born. The beautiful landscapes, waterfalls, lakes, forests and tea plantations make this spot a standalone in the History of Tourism.
  • Backwaters of Kerala: Missing a cruise in the backwaters in your trip to Kerala will be a loss of your lifetime. The mesmerizing networking with the interconnected canals, lakes, rivers and inlets makes the Backwaters a must-visit for every tourist in Kerala. One of the most alluring attractions in Kerala is the Backwaters, which start from various cities and towns. Dining, sleeping and all other enjoyments while you are cruising in the backwaters makes you feel at the seventh heaven.
  • Periyar Wild Life Sanctuary: Often known by the abbreviation PNP, the national park situated here in Kerala is a worth watching tourist spot. Widely known for its Tiger and Elephant population, this national park extends over an area of 925 sq Kms with a core forest area of 325 sq kms.
  • Kovalam: This is a tiny coastal area in Kerala state, located in the southern side of Thiruvananthapuram. The place includes marvellous attractions to witness like the Lighthouse Beach at the southern side, which has a lighthouse that is decorated with stripes that has a platform for the view. Apart from this, there are the Palm-backed beaches, which include the Samudra Beach & the Hawa Beach. Approaching towards the south side, the Masjid mosque of Vizhinjam Juma overtops the crowded fishing harbour. The Marine Research Aquarium (Inland, Sagarika) beautifully displays fine technology that is used in the process of pearl production.
  • Cherai Beach, Cochin: The Cherai beach of Cochin is situated in the Kochi Taluk district of Kerala. The Beach is 25 kilometres far from Kochi, and around 30 kilometres from the International Airport of Cochin. The towns that are the nearest ones to this beach are 1) North Paravur beach (that it at a distance of 6 kms only) and 2) the Kodungallur beach (at 10 kms distance). Also, the railway station that is nearest to this beach is the Aluva (which is at a distance of 20 kilometres). This place provides a serene atmosphere that is less crowded and very clean that attracts tourists from all around and also from other states too.
  • Kanyakumari: This is a Tamil Nadu’s district that is situated farthest south. It is 2nd largest as far as population density is concerned and also the 2nd most urbanized one, after Chennai. Kanyakumari has highest literacy rate. With its variegated topography, the Kanyakumari district has sea on its 3 sides and Western Ghats Mountains that border the north side.

Other Attractions

Crowded with endless attractive locations, Kerala also witness heavy footfalls in several other places namely Chembra Peak, Thekkady, Kovalam, Chottanikkara Bhagavathy Temple, and Poovar Island. Other really amazing attractions that every tourists could not afford to miss are the Ayurveda treatments that mark their origin in this region, the typical Houseboats, the colourful Festivals, the exotic traditional cuisines, performing arts namely Kathakali at Kerala Kathakali Centre, which could give you a lifelong taste of the Keralian Culture.

Glittering Gujarat! The Land of Legends & Lions

Gujarat ! The Land of Legends & Lions Welcomes You with Picturesque Landscapes, Historical Sites and Lengthy Coastlines

Once travelled, the voyage will never end, but it will be played over and over again in quiet chambers. The mind never breaks off from the journeys. – From the words of Pat Conroy

In the North-western seaboard of India, neatly tucked is the ‘Province of Legends,’ Gujarat. It is one of the places that share a border with Pakistan. This is the blessed place in India where the Hindu God king, Krishna set up his capital at Dwarka. Gujarat has also been famous for the birth place of Mahatma Gandhi, Father of Nation India, at Porbandar in 1869. Gujarat has been recently come up high in the list of tourist destinations in India. The rich cultural heritage of Gujarat has started attracting visitors not only from the country but abroad as well. The varied races and religions, remnants of ancient cities and wild life sanctuaries are worth paying a visit if you are a real travel lover.


The city of Gujarat was established by the Mughal emperor, Akbar. Going back to the ancient period, one of the main centres of the Indus Valley Civilization has been this place, Gujarat. The ancient history of this place enlists notable commercial activities by its inhabitants. They had commercial tie with Egypt, Bahrain, Sumer in the Persian Gulf during the time period of 1000-750BC. For about 300 years, from the beginning of the 1st century AD, Saka rulers played an important role in the history of Gujarat. Gujarat has been a place, which has witnessed the growth and downfall of several emperors and their dynasties, starting from Chandragupta Maurya to Saka to Chandragupta Vikramaditya and even Arabs of the Umayyad Caliphate. After the independence of India in 1947, the new elected government grouped all of the previously existing princely states into 3 bigger chunks or units; viz: Saurashtra, Kutch and Bombay state.


Gujarat is actually home to the Gujarati community/people. It was also the birth place and home to many legendary figures like Mahatma Gandi, Vallabhbhai Patel and our present Prime Minister, Narendra Modi Ji as well. A majority of Gujarat’s population consists of the Gujarati speaking people, though some other areas of Ahmedabad and Surat have become cosmopolitan and comprise of numerous other language groups. Most of the Gujaratis are followers of Hinduism, Islam, Jainism, Christanity, Sikhism and Buddhism; while Hinduism being the major religion of the state covering over 89% of the population. The food culture is principally vegetarian and the cuisines here are thought to be really one of the healthiest ones in the country. The Gujrati dishes are mainly sweet, salty and spicy in nature. The folk traditions of Gujarat like Bhavai and Raas-Garbha are even more colourful and sure to entice you on your visit to this princely state.


It is not only the tradition and culture of Gujarat that attracts visitors from all around the globe throughout the year, but the alluring places of sight-seeing and picturesque landscapes too that have been mesmerizing the tourists since long.

  • Kutch: One of the most visited places in Gujarat is the Kutch region, which is also known as the “White Desert of India". Kutch is an Island that actually looks like a tortoise is an erstwhile state of the Indian province. With the great extent of white salt desert, the Rann of Kutch has been an amazing experience to witness for tourists visiting here. Kutch is also very famous for its crafts, embroideries, flamingos and the Wild Life Sanctuary. Beautiful beaches, the Rann Festival altogether make it a brilliant tour for its tourists.
  • Vadodara: Place of some of the most exemplary architectural displays, this place has been successful in attracting visitors throughout the year.
  • Bhuj: This is another important attraction in Gujarat. Being a desert city, the history of kings and their empires makes this spot very interesting, truly one of its kinds!
  • Dholavira: The touch of history with 4500 years old Indus Valley civilization excavation spots attract huge footfalls, which makes this a remarkable point in Gujarat tourism. 

Other Attractions

Visit to see the last of the Asiatic lions; make your Gujarat tour a fulfilled and complete one! While listing the other tourist destinations that one cannot afford to miss here in Gujarat, makes the mention of the Sasan Gir National Park mandatory. The excellent textiles and handicrafts are must-picks for tourists in Gujarat. The incredible beaches are ready to refresh you up in your vacation for sure.


The BIG ATTRACTION! Rann Utsav Kutch, Gujarat

The Rann Utsav is basically a very amazing festival in the Kutch district of our glittering Gujarat. A must-visit one under full Moon, this happens to be a complete Carnival of Dance, Music, beauty of our Mother Nature in White Rann and a lot more to explore. The Rann Kutch is the lovely landscape which provides this enchanting allure to this fest and feast, wherein you will feel like you are In a Heaven on this Earth during the time of all this festivity. This could really be a great and enjoyable family fun destination for exploring great fun moments that you can capture in your cameras for creating lifetime memories. Your fun platter would be full here, with ample activities like ATV Ride, Golf Cart, Para motoring, Camel Cart Excursion, Meditation, Yoga and last but not the least, a tête-à-tête with the Gujarati Culture.

Grandiose Goa

Goa – Sun, Sand and Sea Are Waiting for You Here in Goa

'The best of all therapies is “Beach Therapy” so the best of all vacations would be a vacation to Goa!

Vacationing in India certainly needs a mention of Goa! Yes ‘Go Goa,’ if you are really willing to enjoy your vacation to the fullest. Goa is one of the most happening destinations always sparkling with fun & frolic. Most neatly placed in the western coast of the Indian subcontinent, Goa has always been one of the richest places to attract foreign as well as national tourists throughout the year. The mesmerizing beaches, the sparkling and happening nightlife topped with a 300 year old Portuguese architecture and culture have made Goa the most renowned travel destinations since ages.



Footprints of History on Goa’s Sand!

Goa has an enthralling history that dates back to 20,000-30,000 years. The earliest traces of human civilization and ancient lifestyles in India, has impressions on the rock art engravings that are found in and around Goa. The early Goan culture forms its base with the Indo-Aryan and Dravidian migrants amalgamating with the aboriginal locals. With the defeat of the Bijapur Sultan, Yousuf Adil Shah in 1510, Goa directly went under the Portuguese rule with their permanent settlement in Velha Goa. With this began the Portuguese rule in Goa that lasted for as long as four and a half centuries. After gaining independence in 1947, India requested the Portuguese for evacuating this land which they refused. Following that, in 1961, with the Operation Vijay by the Indian Army resulted into the annexation of Goa into the Indian Union.  


Among the cities of Goa, Panaji is a great place for wandering with the old quarters; and Fontainhas & Sao Tome still bear that distinctive Portuguese influence. From the words of Paul Harding



The city is referred to as the city of churches. Very different from the rest of the country, Goa still proudly bears featured colourful houses, thriving green fields and a soothing atmosphere that is nowhere found anywhere in the country. The freshness of the nature can be well cherished here with a laidback morning walk in the typical Goan villages.



It is only in Goa that you would find a difference between the North & South parts of it. The North has a typical traditional influence still prominent in its markets, houses and food culture, which is a different kind of flavour that adds up to your vacation. While the Southern part is all set to give you a luxurious vacation with numerous 5 star hotels, private beaches and a great mix of white sand and blue water which is worth enjoying in your holidays. Though the actual tourism is focussed in the coastal parts of Goa, there are other destinations as well located all throughout the territory that are worth visiting.


World Heritage sites

Goa has two very great heritage sites of the world; which are - 1) the Bom Jesus Basilica and 2) the Churches & the convents of Old Goa. The Basilica is famous for its holding the mortal remains of St. Francis Xavier, who is regarded as the patron saint of Goa by many Catholics. Sanctuary of Saint Joseph Vaz in Sancoale, and the sculpture of the bleeding Jesus on the crucifix at Santa Monica Convent in Velha North Goa district also attract heavy tourist footfalls throughout the year.



Goa also has Museums and science centres that are great tourist spots worth visiting. The Goa State Museum and the Naval Aviation Museum are two very important and must-watch places in Goa. Located in Miramar, Panjim is the Goa Science Centre, which is coming into prominence these days for visitors.


Other Attractions

Fun-Fill Your Vacation in Every Means with an Escape to Goa!

  • Every vacation is incomplete without scrumptious delights. So, Goan food is what exactly that would complete your vacation in every sense. The local food in Goa is a taste-blend of Konkani, Hindu, Portuguese and Catholic style of cooking, which is worth giving a try! 
  • Goa nightlife ranks the 6th out of the 10 most vibrant night lives in the world as listed by National Geographic.
  • The adventure freak in you would love to explore the adventure sports of Goa like Para Sailing, jet skiing etc.
  • The nights never sleep in Goa! There is a never-to-sleep kind of atmosphere here in Goa with awesome clubs and casinos, which all become young in the nights. Enjoy this great night life when you are in Goa.
  • Also, do not miss the “Sun Burn Event,” which happens on New Year and “Goa Carnival” that happens every year in February before Easter.

Not only visit Goa just to add a place to your travel diary, but visit Goa to explore, relive, get charged up, wake up, and revitalize romance in your relationship and fun-fill your vacation in every means.


Beautiful Bali

Bali – From Temples to Beaches, Bali Has a Lot to Offer to the Tourists!

There are enough good reasons to select the Indonesian island of Bali for a holiday destination. Here you will witness a combination of beaches, palaces and temples in the backdrops of the ultra-natural environment. From pristine jungles to towering volcanoes, there are very good spots in the island nation for travelers. Besides, for the options in eating, the island has endless offers from local cuisines to popular cuisines from other parts of the world. It is in the evening time that famous hotspots in Bali offer exciting clubbing experience. The nightlife in Bali has lot to offer to a variety of crowd catering them as per their budget needs.

Uluwatu Temple

A must-visit place in Bali is the Uluwatu Temple. The temple is also known among people as Pura Luhur. The temple is located in the island of Bukit Peninsula, which houses famous beaches of Bali. These include Balangan and other spots for surfing. The temple is appreciated for its majestic structure and construction. The temple is placed at a high of 70 meters above the sea level. You will get to see the pristine beauty and the breathtaking view around the temple if you go a little higher.

Tanah Lot

Tanah Lot is another majestic temple to visit in Bali. The temple has a cultural significance and is very well-known for its unique serenity. The temple has a link with a mythology in Bali and is among the seven temples that create a ring in the south-western part of Bali. It is best to visit the temple when there is low tide as this will allow you to reach the temple while walking across the water.

Pura Ulun Danu Bratan

In Bali, you just cannot miss visiting temples! There are a good number of unique structures located in a very soothing environment along the sea on majestic rock that you shall not miss once you are in Bali. In the travelling list to Bali, there is another very fascinating temple that you must explore. Pura Ulun Danu Bratan, unlike other temples, is located near a lake. The beautiful construction of the temple gets more attraction with its clear reflection in the lake that adds to its glory.

Lovina for Dolphin Sightings

On a boat trip here in Lovina, you can sight Dolphins. The best time to visit for the sighting of the Dolphins is during the dawn. The place is generally crowded with visitors for the sight viewing of dolphins here. It is really worth visiting here to witness the bunch of dolphins jumping. Apart from dolphins viewing, this place has other major attractions and activities that you can do; you can enjoy live music and sit in cafes and chill out.


Ubud is a town in Bali, which is the heart of the island nation; for here, there is almost everything for everyone needs and desires. Located in the backdrop of a beautiful backdrop; in the town, you will find temples, paddy fields, museums, parks and gardens, places for adventure activities like rafting. And also, you can relax with meditation and yoga exercises, or you can go for massages and spa. Theaters and shopping experience are other worth exploring here.

Kuta Beach

For party at beach side, Kuta Beach would be an ideal destination for you in Bali. If you are interested in socializing and interested in augmenting your social network, do party and have some good time, then it is best to head for this beach. Here you will find all sorts of budget and luxurious cafes and clubs and pubs having a very nice ambience. Especially in the evening time, it gets more beautified with the scene of the beach dazzling with lights and having breezy environment. There are other options for you if you want to have some private time at beaches. Go for Nusa Dua! Visit here if you can spend more and want to have some moment of peace and privacy with your partner. This beach is ideal location for those visiting Bali for honeymoon.

Kintamani Tour Bali – Let the Adventure Volcano Erupt in You!

The Volcano View tour at Kintamani, Bali is one of the best packages to visit the Kintamani Village wherein you will witness a breathtaking sight of an active volcano here and also of the Lake Batur right from the top.

Bali Sunset Dinner Cruise

For spending a great tropical evening in Bali, your feet must be on the Bali Sunset Dinner Cruise! You can watch the changing colors of the evening sky from just acolor-hint to deeper shades of red, orange and purple, while still cruising alongside the harbor; taking the sips of your evening wonder-drink on the relaxing open-air deck top. Enjoy the beautiful sunset here most often seen only in the beautiful pictures.

The island nation has umpteen numbers of attractions for travelers. Other major destinations in Bali shall also include a visit to the Elephant Back Safari, Tsavo Lion Restaurant, Shark Cave, Tulamben Shipwreck and Sanur.


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