Kandawgyi Lake Yangon – A popular landmark in Myanmar

With its unique Buddhist temples, rich culture and wonderful sceneries of green Myanmar is a well sought-after tourist destination. One such attraction is the stunning Kandawgyi Lake in Yangon. The Kandawgyi Lake This is one of the main lakes in Myanmar, it is an artificial lake built by the British in order to provide clean…

Alexandre Yersin Museum – An interesting exhibition of an even more interesting man

Many tourists are unlikely to know anything about Alexandre Yersin and his remarkable contributions to science and medicine. Thanks to a series of curatorial comments accompanying the exhibits in this small, modest museum you will leave with an appreciation and understanding of his extraordinary life and accomplishments. History Dedicated to the founder of Nha Trang’s…

Vimanmek Mansion, Bangkok – Tour a Royal Residence

A former royal residence during the first part of the twentieth century, the grand Vimanmek Mansion is the largest teakwood building in the world. How to Get There Tourists can always hop a train to the Phayathai Station which is the nearest Skytrain stop however it could prove be a long walk to the complex….

Tokyo Skytree – One of the tallest structures on earth

Tokyo is certainly a city that showcases both the contemporary and history of the locale itself and provides inquisitive travellers with plenty to do and see. From colourful museums to adventure parks, the choices are endless. Here’s about the tallest structure in Japan, the Tokyo Skytree. Tokyo Tokyo is a hive of activity, the centre…

Sri Lanka’s Largest Rock Cave Temple – Stunning Artistic Expressions

The Dambulla rock towers 600 feet above Kandy-Dambulla Road in the heart of Sri Lanka’s Cultural Triangle. The Temple’s beauty is augmented by the sacred Bo Tree, lotus-filled pond and breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape including a distant view of the famous Sigiriya Rock. Background info The Dambulla Temple has a rich history and…