Explore Bukchon Hanok Village Where Joseon Dynasty Nobles Once Lived

Historical Kdrama fans are going to find Bukchon Hanok Village a gem that satisfies their Hallyu culture-loving hearts. That said, this place is also one of the best historical places in South Korea where tradition is preserved and culture speak volumes. It’s also one of Korea’s famous landmarks and a tourist hub where travelers can explore the area, see traditional art, enter houses turned museums, … Continue reading Explore Bukchon Hanok Village Where Joseon Dynasty Nobles Once Lived

About Ellora Caves: See The Ancient Stone-Carved Monuments & The Famous Kailasa Temple

At heights that tower as tall as the mountains and strong as their stones, beautiful ancient structures and unbelievably made temples are carved into the rocks in humongous sizes. Its lively, ancient atmosphere beckons you for an adventure, and an adventure is what you will get at the Ellora caves. Located in the Aurangabad district and tagged with a UNESCO logo, the Ellora temples are … Continue reading About Ellora Caves: See The Ancient Stone-Carved Monuments & The Famous Kailasa Temple

Ajanta Caves Information & Travel Guide: Forest Hiking Path, Must-See Caves, and How to Get There

Sitting in the shape of a horseshoe (or a UFO as your imagination takes you) and surrounded by a forest of light green trees, the Ajanta Caves has etched itself in history and travel as an important and jaw-dropping place of magnificent architecture, story-telling paintings of the old times, and genius engineering that was done as far back as the 2nd century. At a time … Continue reading Ajanta Caves Information & Travel Guide: Forest Hiking Path, Must-See Caves, and How to Get There

The Venice of The East: 4 Reasons to Go On A House Boat Tour in Kerala’s Backwaters

Dubbed “The Venice of The East”, the backwaters of Alappuzha in Kerala, South India, are famed for the beauty of the deep waters coming in from the sea in strong currents to merge with lakes and rivers while thin lands form on the sides with green trees that stretch to meet the crystal blue skies above. And what better way to experience this rare gem … Continue reading The Venice of The East: 4 Reasons to Go On A House Boat Tour in Kerala’s Backwaters

Visit The Real-Life Jurassic Park Islands & Shooting Locations in Hawaii

With the release of Jurassic World: Dominion, fans have been taken back on a nostalgic ride with terrifying T-rexes and clever raptors running around terrorizing humans. Ever since the first Jurassic Park dropped, audiences were introduced to the fear-inducing dense forests, large rivers, and vast ranches where dinos run free. And most of those outdoor spots are all too real. For adventure enthusiasts, nature lovers, … Continue reading Visit The Real-Life Jurassic Park Islands & Shooting Locations in Hawaii

1200 Happy Stone Statues Surround Otagi Nenbutsu ji Temple

Whimsical, fairytale-ish, and a spiritual environment that looks like it gave inspiration to the stone trolls in the Frozen animation movie, the Otagi Nenbutsu ji Temple is one of the most underrated places in Kyoto and is unlike the usually serious and solemn Buddhist temples in Japan or anywhere else for that matter. Instead, you will be surrounded by thousands of happy and amusing faces … Continue reading 1200 Happy Stone Statues Surround Otagi Nenbutsu ji Temple

UAE Flower Farm: A Garden Between The Mountains

A field of lavenders, marigolds, and vivid colors spreads across the area, making the UAE Flower Farm (or RAK Flower Farm) one of the most beautiful green places in UAE where nature lovers and garden enthusiasts can feast their eyes with an abundant array of flora. Although it’s called RAK Flower Farm, this beautiful UAE flower garden is located in Masafi. Follow the route map … Continue reading UAE Flower Farm: A Garden Between The Mountains

Shinjuku Gyoen: A National Garden of Rich Folliage & A War Past

With a never-ending line of trees, flowers that blossom in all colors and sizes, and a dense green that spreads underneath the vast blue sky, Shinjuku Gyoen is one of the best natural attractions in Tokyo holding the district’s charm and remains as witness to the wars of the past. It is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country and for good … Continue reading Shinjuku Gyoen: A National Garden of Rich Folliage & A War Past

Friday Market: Fujairah’s Biggest Market

Fruits, vegetables, flowers, pottery, carpets, and not to mention cafés. It’s no wonder that this place is the mother of all stop overs for anyone heading towards Fujairah. Although ‘Friday Market’ is a quirky name its open all days of the week. Even if you are passing it in the middle of the night there will always be someone to sell you a hot boiled … Continue reading Friday Market: Fujairah’s Biggest Market

Kolo- Circle of Serbia

The Abrasevic Cultural and Art Society – Serbia hosted a show displaying the folklore dance of Serbia, called Kolo, at the Sharjah International Book Fair today. It was performed in the Al Taween Theatre inside the Book Fair were people of all ages came together to see this wonderful dance. It lasted for half an hour where they performed it on two different traditional songs. … Continue reading Kolo- Circle of Serbia