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Activities to Perform in Puerto Princesa

24th August 2012
Even if located in an isolated island of Palawan, Puerto Princesa is one of the most endearing places in the Philippines. It was well known among the local inhabitants of the country as well as in foreign travelers. Puerto Princesa has a lot to offer whic... Read >
Author: Kat March

North India Tours – A Splendid Journey Through Nature, History and a Vivid Culture.

13th August 2012
Your bags are packed and you are headed for that ultimate journey of your life. Don’t know where to start? It’s a difficult question with an easy solution. North India is the perfect destination with picturesque and charismatic landscapes, vivid culture a... Read >
Author: bhartisoft

Traveling Through China’s Tea-Horse Road

22nd March 2012
Tea has been a favorite Chinese drink since ages. Chinese people use to offer drinks to their guests as a symbol of warmth. Tea has originated from the tropical land of Xishuangbanna. Xishuangbanna lies at the foothills of Tibetan plateau. Province of Yun... Read >
Author: Allen Tannor

History of Beauty of Taj Mahal

26th January 2012
The Taj Mahal "crown of palaces", pronounced is a white Marble mausoleum located in Agra, India. It was built by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his third wife, Mumtaz Mahal. The Taj Mahal is widely recognized as "the jewel of Muslim art in Ind... Read >
Author: Vikas Gupta

Top Ten Reasons To Cruise The Douro River

29th November 2011
The Douro River offers relaxed river cruising through Spain and Portugal, with a unique glimpse into river life. Read on and I'll give you my top ten tips for getting the most out of your Douro river cruise. Tip 1: Bring Your Camera The Douro River ru... Read >
Author: MJ Campbell

South India Temple Tour: Quest for Spirituality

21st November 2011
South India is a fascinating land boasting of rich cultural heritage and architectural wonders. South India Temple tour offers you a glimpse of the unique form of architecture which characterizes the temples sprinkled across southern part of Indian subcon... Read >
Author: harren lee

What to See and Do in Sydney Australia

10th October 2011
With a population of approximately 4.5 million, Sydney is Australia’s most populated city as well as the largest, covering about 4,689 square miles. In 2008, it’s estimated that 2.7 million international visitors came to the city. Ranked as on... Read >
Author: John McMalcolm

Top Five Monuments on India Travel Tours

04th August 2011
India is the land of monuments. There are many magnificent monuments in this country which are attractions of tourists. Tourists from all over the world come to this country to see and explore architecturally beautiful monuments which are showcase of rich... Read >
Author: sanjayets

Things to Do in Arequipa, Peru

14th June 2011
There are many things to do in Arequipa, Peru. Arequipa is Peru's second largest city. It was occupied by the Incas in the 15th century and was founded in 1540 by Garcí Manuel de Carbajal, a Spanish emissary of Francisco Pizarro. Arequipa is located i... Read >
Author: Thomas Carroll

Most Popular Hill Station in india,Darjeeling

16th December 2010
Darjeeling is a picture perfect hill station sitting atop a ridge at 2134m is replete with Buddhist monasteries, trekking trails and awesome mountain views. People flock to this lovely hill station to escape the heat and humidity of the plains and beat th... Read >
Author: MandakiniHotels

Masada National Park

21st October 2010
UNESCO World Heritage Site - the mountain that became a symbol of determination and heroism New – Museum at Masada National Park Masada, the ancient fortress built by King Herod the Great atop a lofty natural plateau overlooking the Dead Sea, was d... Read >
Author: Olga

The Hidden Treasures of Sardinia

22nd September 2010
Besides the common celebrated, hectic and complex cities and historic atmosphere lies the unharmed places in Italy. Sardinia! Exploration to the unknown treasure of this state creates Italy vacations intensely enticing. This untouched region is suit for y... Read >
Author: TIN

Beaches, Temples, ShantiNiketan and Sunderbans: Weekend Getaways from Kolkata Offer Full Blast Holid

12th August 2010
Weekend getaways are the ideal way to escape the mundane yet hectic schedules of our daily city life. Kolkata is the capital of West Bengal and the centre of activities of the state. Although Kolkata itself is a gold mine of culture and religion, the pace... Read >
Author: Jenny Franklin

Diwan-e-Aam Red Fort Agra

20th July 2010
The fort of Agra encompasses within its walls the Diwan-I-Am, a famous assembly hall erected between 1631 A.D - 1640 A.D. Diwan-I-Am, also known as the Hall of Public Audience, was re-constructed during the reign of Shah Jahan. The Emperor used this place... Read >
Author: junaidalam

Top 5 Tourist Attractions in India

30th June 2010
India is a well known tourist destination, thanks to the number of visitors who visit it from all over the world. Vacationers will always head to India, thanks to the interesting tourist attractions and unrivaled holiday and tourist facilities it has in s... Read >
Author: M Gravlee
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