Blog Posts - Unesco World Heritage Site



Visiting the Xi’an Terracotta Warriors

The Terracotta Warriors are undoubtedly one of the biggest archeological finds of the 20th century. The site is located just 1.5 kilometers easy of Emperor Qin Shi Huang's Mausoleum, in Lontong, Xi'an in Shaanxi Province. I can honestly say in all t...
by My Several Worlds on Nov 17, 2013

a walk through old goa and fontainhas

The Indo-Portuguese Basilica of Bom Jesus, Old Goa’s most revered church I am not too sure what I expected when the cab driver dropped me off in Old Goa by the gates of the Jesuit Basilica of Bom Jesus this … Continue reading →...

Seharian Keliling Melaka, Malaysia

Melacca, Malaysia is a historical city centre and listed one of UNESCO World Heritage Site . Some popular historical attractions in Melcca are St. John’s Fort, Fort A Famosa, St. Peter’s Church, St. Pauls’s Church, Christ…...
by Indonesian Backpacker on Nov 8, 2013

Seharian Keliling Melaka, Malaysia

Melacca, Malaysia is a historical city centre and listed one of UNESCO World Heritage Site . Some popular historical attractions in Melcca are St. John’s Fort, Fort A Famosa, St. Peter’s Church, St. Pauls’s Church, Christ…...
by Indonesian Backpacker on Nov 8, 2013

The Best Snorkeling Spot in Indonesia

“Dare to be when a new day begins, dare to smile gratefully, when there is darkness, dare to be the first to shine a light. When there is injustice, dare to be the first to condemn it. When something seems difficult, … Continue reading ͛...
by Winny Alna Marlina on Nov 7, 2013

Mount Fuji: Japan’s New World Heritage Site

As many of you might already know, Mount Fuji has recently been recognized as one of UNESCO’S World Heritage Sites. An iconic symbol of Japan, Mount Fuji is an active volcano and the tallest mountain in the country at 3776...
by Seijaku the Japanese Lifestyle on Oct 30, 2013

Our Half Term Holiday by the Yorkshire Coast

We are just back from a week away to our happy place in the UK: the Yorkshire Coast. It was extra special this time as we flew my in-laws over from South Africa so they could holiday with us. We spent most of the week in a stunningly picturesque hous...
by Honest Mum on Oct 28, 2013

Hampi Unseen -4 Vijaya Vitthala Temple

  The most famous temple in the world heritage site of Hampi is Vijaya Vitthala Temple . This temple is also considered to be best example of Vijayanagara art and architecture. There is a massive enclosure to the temple with entrance gates at north,...
by Team G Square on Oct 23, 2013

Half Term Holiday & Tasty Tuesdays This Week!

We are about to set off for 4 days away at the Unesco World Heritage Site Robin Hood’s Bay in a cottage by the sea. We adore the Yorskshire coast (pictures above from nearby in Ravenscar) and will be taking my wonderful in laws who are visiting...
by Honest Mum on Oct 21, 2013

October Half Term Holidays

My child’s Pre-School has two weeks off for October half term but instead of flying to South Africa ourselves to visit my husband’s parents, we flew them over to Leeds so they could meet baby Alexander for the first time and have a holida...
by Honest Mum on Oct 20, 2013

HOW DO YOU SAY GOODBYE TO MALAYSIA?

Prayer Pavilion, Khoo kongsi, George Town, Penang After three years, two months and a few more weeks,  how do you say goodbye to the most unforgettable days of your life? How do you say goodbye to the country who welcomed you with open arms, despite...

Hoysala: Viranarayana Temple, Belavadi, Chikkamagalur -II

 Though millions of visitors throng Belur and Halebidu (Mecca of Medieval Indian Temple Architecture) every year, very few curiously visit the other Hoysala temples in its surroundings. Truly speaking, the surrounding temples prove better places to...
by Team G Square on Sep 28, 2013

Hoysala: Viranarayana Temple, Belavadi, Chikkamagalur -II

 Though millions of visitors throng Belur and Halebidu (Mecca of Medieval Indian Temple Architecture) every year, very few curiously visit the other Hoysala temples in its surroundings. Truly speaking, the surrounding temples prove better places to...
by Team G Square on Sep 27, 2013

Movie Monday: Iguazu Falls

It’s been a while since we’ve had a Movie Monday. A couple of months ago, I was in Argentina with some of my family. Speaking of traveling with family (or more specifically, siblings), check out my guest post on Twenty-Something Travel th...
by The Traveluster on Sep 16, 2013

Hampi Unseen -II

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by Team G Square on Sep 5, 2013

PATAN : THE CITY OF FINE ARTS IN NEPAL

Chyasim Deval Krishna Hindu Temple, Patan Durbar Square, Nepal. Comparable to those in Kathmandu and Bhaktapur, Patan Durbar Square is poetic, almost lyrical.  Its unique medieval charm emanating from ornately carved and beautifully built 16th an...
by Beyond Toxicity @ docgelo.com on Aug 19, 2013

Malnad Monsoon and Magic - IV

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by Team G Square on Jul 29, 2013

George Town Festival 2013 and UNESCO Heritage Celebration in Penang

Each year around this time, we see people coming to Penang in droves for one simple reason, the George Town Festival. No exception for this year. People from all over the world are going to Penang to celebrate the 5th anniversary of the inscription o...
by Travel Feeder on Jul 5, 2013

Forts of Rajasthan – 5: Chittorgarh Fort

It’s a hot and dusty day in February and the mid-day sun is relentless as is the perspiration that trickles down by back. And yet, I feel cold and shiver as if some one has walked over my grave. I … Continue reading →...
by My Favourite Things on Jul 4, 2013

Forts of Rajasthan – 5: Chittorgarh Fort

It’s a hot and dusty day in February and the mid-day sun is relentless as is the perspiration that trickles down by back. And yet, I feel cold and shiver as if some one has walked over my grave. I … Continue reading →...
by My Favourite Things on Jul 4, 2013


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