Culture and Tradition

Land of smiles

Land of smiles

Thailand is well known for the welcoming and warm nature of its culture and people. Beautiful temples, paddy fields are a common sight in and around busy cities, reflecting the diversity of landscape and lifestyle of Thai people. Thailand is often referred to as the...

A country with six thousand islands – Japan

A country with six thousand islands – Japan

Japan has a fascinating, rich culture. Japanese practice traditions that date back thousands of years. In the 21st century, Japanese society is continually changing fashion technology and development, taking pride in their ancient customs and traditions. This is what...

Zen and the Art of Planning the Ideal Japan Holiday

Zen and the Art of Planning the Ideal Japan Holiday

Lush paddy fields stretch for as far as the eye can see, surrounded by traditional Japanese farmhouses. Mount Fujiama gleams in the evening light as your Japan holiday progresses. Your bullet train is about to arrive in Tokyo, with its neon lights, urban crush, and...

This small island nation’s allure

This small island nation’s allure

Tourism is Singapore's mainstay, and the city-state excels at it. The charm of this small island nation hits you as soon as you arrive at Changi Airport, which is a destination in and of itself, with a mighty waterfall, a 3,000-tree forest, and numerous attractions...

Did you know why Petra is called the lost city?

Did you know why Petra is called the lost city?

Believed to be established in 312 BC, making it one of the oldest cities in the world. Petra became a UNESCO world heritage site in 1985 and one of the new seven wonders of the world in 2007. Petra is believed to have been home to 20,000-30,000 people. It then sat...

Why is it called “The palace gently blessed by heaven?

Why is it called “The palace gently blessed by heaven?

There are five main palaces scattered around Seoul, South Korea, and Gyeongbokung palace is the most spectacular palace that one must visit. It was built in 1395. Palace was destroyed by a fire in the late 1500 but was restored, adding more than 500 buildings in the...

Largest Temple Ever Built – Karnak Temple – Luxor, Egypt

Largest Temple Ever Built – Karnak Temple – Luxor, Egypt

Built over 2000 years ago and dedicated to Amun, Mut and Khonsu, ruins of the ancient Karnak temple sit in the ancient city of Luxor. IT is believed to be the largest temple ever built, covering 200 acres, one of the many wonders of the world. Karnak temple is unique...