Blog Posts - Unesco Sites



The UNESCO World Heritage Site of Baha’i World Center | Holy Land Pilgrimage Tour for Filipinos

Upon arrival in the beautiful city of Haifa and before we went to the Basilica of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, our tour bus took 5 rounds at the rotunda in front of the Baha’i World Center set on foot of Mt. Carmel. The area is inscribed under […]...
by pinoyontheroad on Jul 6, 2016

SilkAir Flights to Luang Prabang, Vientiane Laos

Good news as soon, there will be SilkAir flights to Luang Prabang and Vientiane, Laos somewhere around the end of August and early September 2016. This will connect Southeast Asia directly to one of the most beautiful countries in Indochina, Asia. Ho...
by Malaysia Asia on Apr 26, 2016

Sigyria: The Lion Rock Where Monkeys and Mountains Meet

The original can be found here: Sigyria: The Lion Rock Where Monkeys and Mountains Meet. Please read the original.Sigyria, also referred to as "Lions Rock" is Sri Lanka's most visited historical destination. It's been home to a king, monks and is now...

Sigirya: The Lion Rock Where Monkeys and Mountains Meet

The original can be found here: Sigirya: The Lion Rock Where Monkeys and Mountains Meet. Please read the original.When I first told a friend I was going to Sri Lanka, her first question was Are you going to climb that rock? That rock, she was referri...

South Korea Itinerary | UNESCO World Heritage and Cultural Tour in Seoul

This is my second time in Seoul and I am visiting the city just to do a UNESCO World Heritage tour and a side-trip to some of its cultural heritage sites. I know I can not cover all UNESCO sites in South Korea in this trip but I am checking out those...
by pinoyontheroad on Jul 25, 2014

Shirakawa-Go Village

If you are traveling to Nagoya, Osaka or Tokyo, Shirakawa is one of the must-visit places as it the most beautiful UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Japan to visit anytime of the year. Shirakawa-Go is located in the Gifu Prefecture and this majestic mou...
by Malaysia Asia on Mar 11, 2014

Was I taken for a ride in Bagan?

It was 3 am (yes, in the morning) and I wasn’t quite feeling the humor of the situation I was in, being jostled in the back of my “taxi”. My head bobbled between fatigue and silent petrification,  as I bounced  along deserted stre...
by GRRRL TRAVELER on Jan 13, 2014

UNESCO Sites in Andalucia - World Heritage Sites to Visit

Spain has a whopping 44 sites listed on the UNESCO World Heritage list and a further 24 on the tentative list. The Mezquita part of the Historic City Centre of Cordoba Andalucia has five cultural and one natural site on the list: The Alhambra, G...
by Andalucia Explorer on Sep 11, 2013

Bamberg: Germany’s Largest UNESCO Site

Bamberg is Germany's largest UNESCO World Heritage Site and the third largest in Europe. In my opinion it's also the prettiest city in Bavaria with a whopping 2500 historic buildings.

Spain´s Most Visited Monuments

La Alhambra in Granada- The most visited Spanish monument in the last five years with 3.096.829 visitors in 2011. The Alhambra, Granada El Museo del Prado in Madrid - One of the ten best museums in the world that saw 2.911.767 people pass through i...
by Andalucia Explorer on Jan 3, 2013

UNESCO’s World Heritage List – meanders of the Daugava River

The Upper Daugava valley with nine unique meanders, or river bends, (98 km from Piedruja to Daugavpils in southeastern Latvia), is a depositary of outstanding values of nature, biodiversity and landscapes reflecting also historical and cultural signi...


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