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The Charming Cities of Belgium: Brussels, Antwerp and Bruges


Famously known as the ‘Cockpit of Europe’ because of witnessing numerous battles between the many powers of Europe, Belgium is rich in history and culture. This beautiful country is often considered as the unofficial capital of the European Union as it has a history of hosting the Institution of the European Union at its European Quarters. Belgium also has an ... Read More »

Beauty Unparalleled: Beachy Head, England

Flora and fauna

Rising 162 meters high, straight out of the beautiful blue waters of the English Channel are the highest chalk sea cliffs of England. This impressive and imposing piece of chalk headland is close to the town of Eastbourne in the county of East Sussex, making it a perfect getaway from the loud and noisy city. It has an ideal location ... Read More »

Albanian Coast-The Best OF Europe


Albania lies in south-western Europe and is officially called the Republic of Albania. It is around 72 kilometres from Italy across the Strait of Otranto. People of the area speak both Albanian and Greek. The capital city of Albania is Tirana. Tourism in Albania mainly owes to its rich history of the Illyrian, Greek, Roman and Ottoman periods and its ... Read More »

Best kept secrets of the seven sisters


This is the story of seven sisters born to a mother who is so culturally diverse that people, who do not have a personal touch with her, wonder how she is still in one piece. From the crown she wears to the waters that washes her feet, Mother India is full of life. Enigmatic and beautiful, most of the Indian ... Read More »

Baia do sancho beach, Fernando de noronha, Brazil


The largest country of south American region Brazil is famous for its attractive places and beautiful beaches like Fernando de Noronha, alter do chao, parapraia do toque and marau peninsula. The most beautiful is the Fernando de noronha, an active volcanic archipelago of 21 islands in the Atlantic ocean, located approximately 350 km off the coast of northeastern Brazil accessible in one ... Read More »

Visit the City of Smiles: Taipei, Taiwan

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Taiwan, officially known as Republic of China, is known for steep mountains, lush forests and crowded cities off course. Beautiful coastal scenes are part of Taiwan’s great natural assets. When it comes to crowded city and most visited place in Taiwan, then its capital Taipei tops the list. Taipei is Taiwan’s largest city, located on the northern tip of the ... Read More »

The Buddhist Circuit India – In Search of Buddha and Nirvana


India is known world over for many things from Raj Mahals to Snake Charmers, from Sachin Tendulkar to Yoga but one thing, one export of this great sub-continent that has captured the imagination of the world has to be the great religion of Buddhism. Buddhism one of the most widely followed religious beliefs in the world was founded in this ... Read More »

Visit the Foxconn city: Shenzhen, China


There was a time when Shenzhen was nothing but just a fishing village with a population of thirty thousand. Now, when you arrive at Shenzhen, which is just across the border from Hong Kong, you will see a metropolis twice the size of Milan, record breaking skyscrapers, beautifully scenic capsule elevators and much more. Shenzhen is located in Southern China ... Read More »

Galapagos islands, South America


Spread across the equator into the Pacific are a group of 18 main islands and 3 smaller islands that together are called Galapagos Islands. Part of the Ecuador province, it is located 926km to the west of the South America. The islands are located at Galapagos Triple Junction located atop the tectonic plates and some of these islands are almost millions ... Read More »

Christchurch, New Zealand-Resurrected after the Quake


Christchurch, also called the City of Gardens is located in the southern island of New Zealand and is the largest city of the island. It lies to the north of Banks Peninsula. The city was named by the Canterbury Association. The river Avon flows through the centre of the city. The city was hit by an unfortunate natural disaster, an ... Read More »