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Tasiilaq: The Arctic Riviera


Greenland is known for its beautiful and lovely town of Tasiilaq which actually lies on the centre of its east coast. This beautiful town is actually a village accompanied with tall mountains and surrounded by a harbour. A very deep and clean river cuts through the village providing a perfect look to this colourful town. There are many things to ... Read More »

Burano: The Technicolor Town of Italy


Burano is the gem of Italy. It is a small island located in the Venetian Lagoon, north of Italy and is very much similar to Venice. Accurately, it is an archipelago of 4 islands which are connected with each other by bridges. Inhabitants of Burano are less than three thousand and speak Italian. Actually, there were five islands in the ... Read More »

Crater Lake National Park


The word “lake” comes from the middle English.There is no particular definition to define the lake but once hydrology book proposes to define it as a body of water with the following five characteristics.It partially or totally fills one or several basins connected by straits.It has essentially the same water level in all parts.It does not have regular intrusion of ... Read More »

The Historic Country of Yemen


Full of breath taking sights, extraordinary wildlife, rich historical character and the distinctly unique cuisine is what makes Yemen one of the most unique travel destination. Its many cities and towns provide tourists with a highly exciting and adventurous trip. Nowhere else on the planet will you find the natural beauty that Yemen is blessed to possess. You can drive ... Read More »

Secret Getaways: Trang Islands, Thailand


Tucked away near the coastal waters of Andaman sea is a picturesque hideout, a huddle of islands belonging to the southern block of Thailand called the Trang Islands. These islands form an archepelago in the sea with a cluster of 46 Islands. The name ‘Trang’ comes from the Malaysian word ‘Terang‘ which means light. The Island used to see a ... Read More »

Himeji Castle: Of Wonders and Horror stories


I know a lot of you readers would have at some point wanted to visit a haunted house. But the danger of repurcussions kept you at bay. Well, the good news is there is an entire castle filled with secrets of ghost sightings and a painful backstory to that. It is completely safe to visit all around the year with ... Read More »

Shifen Waterfall, Taiwan

Shifen Waterfall,Taiwan

THE HOME OF WATER Shifen Waterfall is one of the most famous waterfall in Taiwan. Shifenliao is the name of the area around Shifen being called.It is just one of the amazing waterfalls over there.It is also known as the little Niagara of Taiwan which is worth its name  as the flowing of water resembles Niagara Waterfalls. Location: Shifen Waterfall ... Read More »

Christ Of The Abys ,Key Largo, The United States


“The sea hath no king but God alone.” – Dante Gabriel Rossetti, echoes through the waves, the truth submerged deep into the depths of the ocean, in the form of a corporal example, the Christ of Abyss. It was placed in the Mediterranean Sea off San Fruttuoso just amidst the Portofino and Camogli on the Italian Riviera, on 22 August ... Read More »

Singapore’s Chiming Chinatown


An ethnic neighbourhood, projecting various Chinese cultural elements and historically concentrated ethnic Chinese population, Singapore’s Chinatown is nestled within the larger district of Outram. Although, the ethnic Chinese group is largest in Singapore and most of them reside in Singapore, it is less of a regency than it  once was. Chinatown is a name coined by the British and presently ... Read More »

The Colourful, Clarke Quay, Singapore


Situated upstream from the north, of the Singapore river and Boat quay (another historical quay), Clark Quay is a historical quay in Singapore, resting within the Singapore River Planning Area. A Quay is a structure on the shore of a harbour or on the banks of  a river or canal, where ships may dock to load and unload cargo and ... Read More »