The Tower of London and Tower Bridge -An iconic piece of British history

The Tower of London is located in St. Katherine’s and Wapping’s, within easy reach of all hotels and accommodation options including Belgravia event venues which is a key destination for many travellers. The Tower of London has been declared a World Heritage Site due to its importance in history. It has served as a prison,…

Japanese bridge in Hoi an – The town’s most iconic landmark.

If you journey to the Central Coast of Vietnam you will come across the quaint little town of Hoi An. Set in a picturesque backdrop there is a long history here, tied to deep religious roots. Many years ago access to Hoi An was almost completely cut off when the Thu Bon River became clogged…

Japanese Covered Bridge – a historic landmark

Predicted to become the fastest-growing economy by the year 2020, Vietnam has come a long way since its days of economic and political turmoil. Although still considered a developing economy, the country is Vietnam is prospering and developing at an unprecedented rate that no one could have anticipated. In addition to its rising economic prosperity,…

Melbourne Culture and the way of Life – A warm and welcoming surprise

Melbourne, the state capital, is one of Australia’s best loved cities. It is also the commercial, executive and leisure hub of the state of Victoria. Melbourne’s warm and welcoming culture is why its residents love their home city and it is also at the heart of what creates memorable experiences for visitors. Look up hotels…

Wuhan Yangtze River Bridge: A Russian-Chinese Collaboration

China is never short of interesting places to see. Among the country’s national landmarks are the Great Wall, Forbidden City and the great Yangtze River. At 3,964 miles in length, the Yangtze River is the world’s third longest river travelling from the Tanggula Range in the western Chinese Province of Qinghai and emptying itself at…