On your stay at Kalutara – The quieter side of the Sri Lankan experience

Located just 40km south of Sri Lanka’s capital is the scenic resort town of Kalutara. Once a sleepy back-water town, Kalutara is now the third largest urban area in the Western Province, just behind the more well known cities of Colombo and Negombo. The city is often overlooked as a holiday destination, with travellers heading…

Lotus Pond Performing Art Centre: a resplendent blossom

Creating an interchange between the arts from around the world The Lotus Pond Performing Art Centre is a seemingly everlasting blossom located in the metropolis of Sri Lanka. Its gigantic proportions and well thought of architecture would stun all those who set eyes on it. The main auditorium, the open air theatre and the open…

Pura Ulun Danu Bratan – Bali’s temple by the lake

Bali, Indonesia’s most popular province, is known for its surfing beaches and mountainous vistas but it is also a land with deep religious roots. Travellers looking for a tranquil escape or spiritual experience may be interested in COMO Shambhala Estate, Bali that sits overlooking the Ayung River’s sacred spring, which is revered among the locals…

Hoi An Old Town – UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Hoi An

Graceful Hoi An, is a little town on Vietnam’s Central Coast that is steeped in history. It is a picturesque location that bears mementos of a bygone era, in the form of grand architecture from days when it was used as a major port. The chaos of the country’s busy cities is notably absent here…

Sydney CBD: Taste of Culture in Australia’s Financial Capital

There are many reasons why Australia is one of the world’s top travel destinations. Home to a population of 23.8 million with an ethnic blend that ranges from the island’s original inhabitants, the Australian Aborigines to European settlers and Asian migrants, Australia boasts a culture that is truly global. The largest Australian city, Sydney is…