Kairouan – an ancient city of peace and grandeur

Situated in the heart of Tunisia is the most ancient city of the Maghreb – the holy city of Kairouan. The city has witnessed many historic moments in Islam and continues to receive travellers and pilgrims today. It’s a UNESCO World Heritage site Founded in 670AD, Kairouan flourished during the 12th century, becoming a centre…

Exploring the beauty of Galle – Plan your trip

Located on the southern coast of Sri Lanka; Galle is a heritage city and is a popular destination amongst travellers, mainly because of the UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Old Dutch Fort. Dutch Fort Taking pride of place at Galle is the splendid Old Dutch Fort which even today catches the eye of the visitor…

A Visit to the End of the World – Cape of Saint Vincent

Cabo de São Vicente or the Cape of Saint Vincent is the south-westerly edge of Europe and is hence referred to as The End of the World, at least until the 14th century. Location If you’re staying at Tivoli Marina Portimao Algarve Hotel or another similar hotel in Portimao Portugal, it’s approximately 1-hour drive to the Cape of…

Must visits in Macau – Magical region

Renowned as Asia’s own incarnation of Las Vegas, Macau is truly a dream oasis in Hong Kong. Littered with casinos and high rollers this one-stop recreational hub is a touristic hotspot like no other.   The Ruins of St. Paul’s Built in the 17th century, the ruins of St. Paul’s are one of Macau’s most…

Green Island – Home of Historic Light Houses

Jashhk, Little Green Island in Hong Kong, CC BY-SA 3.0 Hong Kong is located on the delta of the Pearl River in southeastern China and consists of Hong Kong Island, Kowloon Peninsula, the New Territories, and the Outlying Islands. Hong Kong is a global business, commercial and tourist hub and stakes a proud claim to…