Archive for: Travel to East

Trip budget to Koh Samui

Feb 13th, 2017

Trip on a Budget to Koh Samui

Whenever and wherever you plan a trip the first thing you do is deciding the budget to be spent. Today we’ll discuss how much it costs to travel to Koh Samui-the largest island on the east coast of southern Thailand full of wonders.  This island sees plenty of visitors, tourists, and foreigners, who want to […]

Tips for Budget Holidays in UAE

Aug 7th, 2013

Tips for Budget Holidays in UAE

To many people, the United Arab Emirates, or UAE, is seen as a country full of wealthy sheikhs driving expensive cars, designer-clad women dripping with jewels and hotels that look like palaces. While Dubai, Abu Dhabi and the other emirates that make up the UAE do have vast amounts of wealth and are not afraid […]

A Tourist Guide to Queensland

May 18th, 2013

A Tourist Guide to Queensland

Located in the north-eastern corner of Australia, Queensland is an abode of natural and man-made delights that will satisfy even the most demanding tourists. With a beautiful coast that opens up to the graceful Pacific Ocean, this region is also blessed with some great cities and sights as well as natural reserves of exotic flora […]

The Great Wall of China

Oct 23rd, 2012

Tour to the Great Wall of China

The Great Wall is the most significant symbol of China which has become one of the widely known artificial constructions in the world today. This structure has contributed to the development of China’s history and continues to pay a major role in the culture and tourism development of China. Travel to China without visiting the […]


Oct 13th, 2012

Backpacking Guide on Hongkong

The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China is multifaceted with its Cantonese and British influences that undeniably create appeal to both Easter and Western audiences. Upon first impression, Hong Kong dares not intimidate with a travel scene that can’t be more welcoming, despite its strict organization. The blinding neon signs, […]

Singapore Pav

Oct 11th, 2012

Visiting Singapore

Singapore is remarkable in that it is one of the few “city-states” left in the world. This is an indication of how old Singapore is, since most city-states, like Athens, date back to thousands of years before Christ. There are only two existing city-states in the world other than Singapore: Monaco and Vatican City. Singapore […]


Oct 10th, 2012

Scuba Diving at Bunaken in North Sulawesi

Full of natural wonders, and offering an almost unparalleled level of marine biodiversity, North Sulawesi has become one of the worlds premier destinations for ecotourism and adventure travel in recent years. Today, large numbers of scuba divers travel to this distant part of Indonesia, to sample some of the finest dive sites to be found […]


Oct 9th, 2012

Bali Island Holiday

If you want a holiday in a place where the modern world has reached, but not tainted, Bali is one of the last options open to you in the world! Bali does a thriving trade in tourism, but mostly the island is an untouched wilderness, where locals still speak their own language, and if you’ve […]

Halong Bay2

Oct 1st, 2012

The Interesting Things about Halong Bay

Of all of the holiday possibilities on the earth, Halong Bay types of cruises provide you with the opportunity to invest leisurely, relaxing amount of time in genuinely unique scenery. Unlike elsewhere in the world, the region is promoting a unique culture as well as climate all its personal. If you are spending whenever at […]


Oct 1st, 2012

Amazing Diving Experience at Raja Ampat, Indonesia

If you’re already an experienced diver or you’re new in order to diving but possess the budget and also the desire to see scuba diving to its utmost enjoyment then you need to visit the actual famous “Four Kings”. Known to achieve the most wealthiest coral saltwater life within world these days, the therefore called […]


May 6th, 2012

Temple of Heaven, China

The Temple of Heaven, southeastern Beijing, China, is the largest extant sacrificial temple in China. During the Ming and Qing dynasties, it was the site of imperial sacrifices to Heaven. It was here that the emperor conducted the elaborate and most exalted sacrifices addressed to “the Supreme Ruler of the Universe.” Construction of the Temple […]


May 1st, 2012

Petronas Towers, Malaysia

  The Petronas Towers (also known as the Petronas Twin Towers) are twin skyscrapers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. According to the CTBUH’s official definition and ranking, they were the tallest buildings in the world from 1998 to 2004 until surpassed by Taipei 101, but remain the tallest twin buildings ever built, surpassing the World Trade Center. The building is the landmark of Kuala Lumpur with nearby Kuala Lumpur Tower.   Petronas Tower Facts Height: […]