If you ever find yourself wondering what to do while it rains in November, we suggest Wat Saket the most astonishing festival up on the Golden Mount in Thailand where you can enjoy a breathtaking candlelight procession, long walks to the top of the hill and a delicious meal afterward. Alongside with Wat Saket, these two […Read More]
Siam Reap in literal meaning is Siamese defeated which refers to the victory of the Khmer Empire over the Thai Kingdom in the 17th century. Now the only hordes that march on the streets of Siam Reap are the tourists. The temples of Angkor are the pinnacle of tourist attraction and for great reason. They […Read More]
The louvre museum is situated towards the bank of Sienna River in Paris. The Louvre museum is the biggest museum and one of the out class collection in entire history.
For many years Machu Picchu was known only to local farmers in the region before being rediscovered by Hiram Bingham in 1911 – Head of the expedition to Peru from Yale University. He was taken to the mysterious ruins by one of the locals. Bingham and other participants in the expedition were amazed at how […Read More]
The Colossus of Rhodes is the statue of the Greek titan of sun Helios. It was built on an island in the city of Rhodes by Chares of Lindos. Being one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, the statue stood over 30 meters height. The statue was built in 280 B.C in celebration […Read More]