About Port Douglas – Things you need to know

Port Douglas located in Far North Queensland in Australia. The ideal time to visit Port Douglas is from the months of May to September. Port Douglas is the closest port to the Great Barrier Reef. The town is known to be famous and most ideal for intimiate settings where visitors can enjoy delicious food and…

Ancient Dutch Port in Galle – Heritage City

Sitting on the southern coast of Sri Lanka the historical city of Galle is a hive of Colonial charm. The most iconic attraction in the city is the Old Dutch Fort, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. An Iconic Attraction to Explore Just 9 minutes from Jetwing Lighthouse Club the fort welcomes you to wonder the…

Ancient Harbour Galle – The Incredible Ancient Harbour of Galle

Situated on the south-western coast of Sri Lanka is Galle, the administrative capital of the southern province. This city is of strong historical significance, and if you’re interested in the colonial history of Sri Lanka, it is one of the most essential places to visit. It is a popular tourist site which means there is…

Negombo Beach – a rare beach experience

If you are looking for somewhere to spend your weekend, you do not have to go far away. Drive about 15 kilometres from the Bandaranaike International Airport along the coastline, and you will be greeted by this golden landscape: Negombo beach. Also known as Golden Mile, Negombo beach is frequented by locals as well as…

The Ancient port of Al-Baleed – A Once Proud Omani City

Located in the Dofar Province of Oman is the ancient port city of Al-Baleed. Al-Baleed is one of the most historic and archaeologically significant locations in Oman, which was granted UNESCO World Heritage Site status in 2000. Representing a bygone era in Omani culture, history and architecture, the port of Al-Baleed is sure to leave…

Victoria Harbour – A harbour like no other!

Victoria Harbour located between Hong Kong Island and Kowloon Peninsula; is the largest and busiest harbour in China and the third largest in the world. The Harbour was named after the British Queen Victoria in 1861 following the signing of the Peking Treaty. There are many great places to view Victoria Harbour from and The…