Tet in Hanoi – a colourful explosion for the New Year

Hanoi masterfully blends its medieval past with its new face for the future. The Old Quarter of Hanoi is so tragically beautiful for its age old charm, where the narrow streets twist and turn around themselves, where the vendors wear cone shaped hats and implore for your attention, and the locals sit calmly and watch…

Thai Treasures at the National Museum

Bangkok, Thailand’s vibrant capital is one of the world’s foremost tourist destinations. It is a global city and a regional focus for commerce, finance, culture, politics, entertainment and fashion. The city possesses many historical and cultural sites, notably its palaces and thousands of temples in addition to its well-known entertainment venues. Originally a minor trading…

Gyeongbok Palace- The Grandest of all Joseon Dynasty Palaces

A fast paced, modernist, emerging new world city, Seoul in Korea is a dynamic financial, political, and cultural hub. Though making massive strides into modernity, Seoul still retains and is proud of its rich heritage, culture and history. One place which embodies all of this is the Gyeongbok Palace. Gyeongbok Palace also known as Gyeongbokgung…

Big Buddha Beach – Relax in Koh Samui

One of the best times to visit the beautiful island of Koh Samui is from the months of February to late June, which is the dry and hot season. The endless coast lined with powdery white sands and lapped by glistening emerald green waters is the sight that transfixed the first tourists that discovered the…

National Museum of Maldives – House of History in the Atolls of Paradise

The National Museum of Maldives is the country’s only major museum and the collective showcase of the archipelago’s interesting history. It has a rich collection of artefacts from various periods of the island nation’s history, belonging to the periods before and after the nation became an Islamic state. Highly popular among tourists, the museum is…