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TRAVELLING KE TERRACOTTA WARRIOR YANG MENAKJUBKAN

The museum of the terracotta Army was opened to the public in 1979. It is the world famous museum that is constructed on the site of its findings. The main exhibits of the… Baca lebih lanjut →...
by Indonesian Backpacker on Jun 28, 2015

Getting Around Bermuda

Bermuda may be easy to get to -- after all, this mid-Atlantic archipelago is a quick flight from most East Coast gateways -- but getting around isn't as easy as you might expect, especially if you were planning on driving yourself in a rented convert...
by eTravelTrips on Jun 16, 2015

10 Endangered destinations places to visit now or never

Venice, the Dead Sea, Las Vegas, glaciers in Patagonia or Madagascar could have counted the days. The world is full of incredible places, but climate change, nature and man threatens the existence of some of these spectacular destinations, according...
by We care about your travel on Jun 2, 2015

Rhine Valley, Germany: A romantic cruise along a world heritage site

 Overview:  They say its the journey that matters not the destination. It turned out to be very true when we took a river cruise on the River Rhine from Sankt Goar to Boppard in Germany. Before starting our cruise we took a walk around the...
by Payana: Explore India on May 20, 2015

Romantic Weekend Breaks: My Top 5 Destinations

Planning holidays is like eating Pringles. Once you pop you can't stop! Literally! I've spent the last couple of weeks planning my upcoming trips to the Cannes Film Festival and Jamaica, both in May, but in the back of my mind I'm already thinking...
by Honest Mum on May 13, 2015

Beautiful Baltic Cruises With Saga

Photo Credit: Brandon My mum has been asking me to go on a cruise with her for sometime now and I really fancy the idea of a Baltic cruise. Being originally Greek, I’ve spent many summers on the Mediterranean, but this is one part of Europe  I...
by Honest Mum on May 13, 2015

Qutb Minar in India-A UNESCO world heritage site

Introduction to Qutb Minar in India Qutb or Qutoob Minar is located as a UNESCO world heritage site in India. The structure is the most popular tower minaret and is more than 800 years old. The minaret was established by Qutub-ud-din-Aibak, the firs...
by Travel O Masti on Apr 19, 2015

The Sun Temple of Modhera

I visited the Sun Temple at Modhera on the last day of my North Gujarat trip in December 2014. It was a much-anticipated visit and I had spent the weeks prior to the trip salivating over the many photographs available … Continue reading →...
by My Favourite Things on Mar 16, 2015

The seven wonders of Romania

They say that God was generous with Romania and endowed her with wonderful places, unique in the world, foreigners are attracted. At least for a few minutes to leave behind evils and prejudices about our country and admire … UNESCO … read...
by We care about your travel on Mar 15, 2015

Rani ni Vav: The queen of stepwells

It is around 10.30 in the morning when I enter the Rani ni Vav (or the Queen’s Stepwell) complex at Patan. It’s a sunny with bright blue and cloudless skies. I take this as an auspicious sign for I have … Continue reading →...
by My Favourite Things on Feb 28, 2015

The Ellora Caves: A showcase for Indian sculptural art

You know what they say about saving the best for the last? Well, Ellora Caves doesn’t believe in that ! The first thing that visitors to Ellora Caves see after entering the complex is its most famous monument right in … Continue reading ͛...
by My Favourite Things on Jan 11, 2015

The Ellora Caves: A showcase for Indian sculptural art

You know what they say about saving the best for the last? Well, Ellora Caves doesn’t believe in it. The first thing that visitors to the Ellora Caves complex see is its most famous and intricate monument in front of … Continue reading →...
by My Favourite Things on Jan 11, 2015

Ajanta Caves: Where all the fine arts converge

The world-famous, rock-cut Ajanta Caves is one of those places where background reading or research doesn’t help. At least, it didn’t help me. Prior to visiting the caves in December 2013, I had read up on the best time to … Continu...
by My Favourite Things on Jan 4, 2015

Ajanta Caves: Where all the fine arts converge

The world-famous, rock-cut Ajanta Caves is one of those places where background reading or research doesn’t help. At least, it didn’t help me. Prior to visiting the caves in December 2013, I had read up on the best time to … Continu...
by My Favourite Things on Jan 4, 2015

When trips don’t go as planned – stuck in the desert

It’s one of those life lessons that everyone learns sooner or later: sometimes things don’t go as planned. Considering last week was one of those weeks when family life and holiday preparations seemed to spiral out of control, making it i...
by Travel 50 States with Kids on Dec 15, 2014

New Mexico – Taos Pueblo

Are you familiar with UNESCO and their World Heritage Mission? The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) seeks to encourage the identification, protection and preservation of cultural and natural heritage around th...
by Travel 50 States with Kids on Dec 8, 2014

Lonja de la Seda

Lonja de la Seda (Silk Exchange) is a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1996. The Gothic style building was built in between 1480-ish to 1548. A beautiful addition to Valencia’s […]...
by indahs travel photography on Nov 14, 2014

MEDINA OF FES, MOROCCO

Ammoniacal odor inside Guerniz Tannery from  lime and pigeon droppings used to soften the hides. Belgha : Finely crafted and colorful Moroccan slippers inside Medina of Fes. Photographed and printed on postcards, the Bab Boujaloud, the gateway a UNE...

The Magnificent Karst Bridges Of Wulong

The stunning Three Natural Bridges in Wulong National Geology Park – a UNESCO World Heritage site, and setting for key scenes in “Transformers 4: Age  of Extinction” & “Curse of the Golden Flower” – was the...
by The Urge To Wander on Nov 1, 2014

Qila-i-Akbari: The red fort of Agra

October 2011 It is almost noon when I arrive at Agra Fort tired, dehydrated, sunburned and with the beginnings of a headache. It has been a long day that began before sunrise by queuing up with what seemed like the … Continue reading →...
by My Favourite Things on Oct 14, 2014


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