Muthurajawela Marsh – The Swamp of Royal Treasure

Being the largest saline peat bog in Sri Lanka Muthurajawela Marsh has been said to be originated over 7000 years ago. The word Muthurajawela translates to ‘Swamp of Royal Treasure’ in Sinhala and the treasure being the marsh’s rich biodiversity. The Wetland Located in the southern region of the Negombo lagoon, the Marsh spans around…

Jurong Bird Park Singapore – A paradise for bird lovers.

Take a walk in a tranquil paradise surrounded by a serene jungle like experience. Listen in to the chirping of the gentle and colorful birds and witness the divine creation of Nature. The Park Jurong Bird Park located in the Jurong Singapore is an aviary and a popular tourist attraction. The park covers an area…

Camping in Bangkok – Be one with Nature

Stunning landscapes and the warm climate in Thailand offers nature lovers who love to sleep beneath the stars, an experience of a lifetime. Best Time to go Camping While it is possible to go camping all year round here, the best time to do so is considered to be anytime from November to March. These…

Erawan Waterfalls, Bangkok – Seven Tiers of Heaven

The spectacular Erawan Waterfall which cascades down effortlessly over seven-tiers of limestone rocks and luscious foliage is definitely worth a visit, at least once in a lifetime. How to Get There The falls are nestled deep in the hills of Tenasserim in Thailand’s Kanchanaburi Province requiring a commute of about 2-hours from Bangkok. The most…

Otaru Aquarium

Being the largest aquarium in Hokkaido, The Otaru Aquarium is one of the most iconic and diverse aquariums in Asia. The large-scale Aquarium features a wide variety of marine life including creatures that live in the Polar Regions as well. The Marine Life The main building holds more than 5000 sea creatures of over 250…