5 Things You Didn't Know About Port Blair
5 Things You Didn't Know About Port Blair

The town of Port Blair boasts a tropical Monsoon climate that sees little variation in temperature. It gets rainfall throughout the year, except for the months of January, February and March. Whatever time you decide to visit Port Blair, you will find a good weather.

read more
5 things you need to know about Nakhon Pathom
5 things you need to know about Nakhon Pathom

Nakhon is a central Thailand city that also doubles up as the capital of the Nakhon Pathom Province. This city is strategically located such that a visit here can lead you to any of the four corners of Thailand. Below are a few things that a visitor to the city should know.

read more
5 things you need to know about Pattaya
5 things you need to know about Pattaya

Pattaya is a resort city located on the Thailand's east coast along the Gulf of Thailand, about 100 kilometers (62 mi) southeast of Bangkok. The city is a self-governing area and encompasses the Tambon Nong Prue and Na Kluea and parts of Huai Yai and Nong Pla Lai areas.

read more
5 things you need to know about Nakhon Sri Thammarat
5 things you need to know about Nakhon Sri Thammarat

In law, they say ignorance is no defense. In travel, we say don't say that you were not told if you face some difficulty or miss out on some great fun. The list below seeks to unveil the things you should know about Nakhon Sri Thammarat, a city in southern Thailand and capital of the Nakhon Si Thammarat Province.

read more
5 things you need to know about Khon Kaen
5 things you need to know about Khon Kaen

Located in the Khon Kaen Province of Thailand's great northeast tourism circuit is the beautiful city of Khon Kaen. It is the province's capital and one of the "Big 4 of Isan" or 4 cities of northeast. The city is nestled on the ever magnificent Khorat Plateau and is home to 113754 inhabitants.

read more
5 things you need to know about Mae Sot
5 things you need to know about Mae Sot

Mae sot is a district and a town located in the larger Tak province of Thailand. It borders the Burmese town of Myawaddy with the Moei River acting as the natural border between the two countries. Due to its border position, it is the main gateway of trade between Thailand and Burma (Myanmar).

read more
5 things you need to know about Surat Thani
5 things you need to know about Surat Thani

Surat Thani is the capital and commercial hub of the Surat Thani Province of southern Thailand. The city is located on the mouth of River Tapi overlooking the Gulf of Thailand. Surat Thani is the gateway to the beautiful Ko samui Island. Below are a few things you need to know about the city.

read more
5 things you need to know about Udon Thani
5 things you need to know about Udon Thani

Udon Thani is one of the 4 great north east cities of Thailand popularly known as 'The Big 4 Isar'. It is the capital of Udon Thani Province of Thailand and is located about 560 km from Bangkok.

read more
5 things you need to know about Chiang Mai
5 things you need to know about Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai is the largest city and most culturally important city in northern Thailand. The name Chiang Mai is Thai for New City and was so named because it succeeded Chiang Rai in 1292 as the capital of the Lanna Kingdom.

read more
5 things you need to know about Korat
5 things you need to know about Korat

The city of Korat, also written as Khorat, is the capital of the Nakhon Ratchasima Province and Nakhon Ratchasima district. It is located on Khorat plateau and was the historical boundary between Laos and Siamese. It is considered the Gateway to the northeast or Isan in Thai and is thus referred to as one of the Big Four of Isan.

read more
5 things you need to know about Hat Yai
5 things you need to know about Hat Yai

Hat Yai, also referred to as Haad Yai or Had Yai is a city located in the Thai province of Songkhla in southern Thailand near the border with Malaysia. Most people make the mistake of thinking that it is the provincial capital of the city due to its status as the biggest city. However, Songkhla city is the capital of the Songkhla Province.

read more
5 things you need to know about Pak Kret
5 things you need to know about Pak Kret

Bordering the City of Bangkok to the East along the eastern bank of the lower Chao Phraya River in Central Thai Plains lays the idyllic city of Pak Kret. The city is the second largest in Nonthaburi province and third largest in Thailand after Bangkok and Nonthaburi. It is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Thailand. Listed below are the things you may need to know about Pak Kret before travelling there.

read more
5 things you need to know about Nonthaburi City
5 things you need to know about Nonthaburi City

Nonthaburi city is the capital of the Nonthaburi Province of Thailand. It is located on the mouth of the majestic Chao Phraya River, facing the Gulf of Thailand. In Thailand, the city is second only to Bangkok. Below is a list of things you may need to know about the city.

read more

Cool things to do in Lucknow

Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India
Cool things to do in Lucknow
Cool things to do in Lucknow

Lucknow is the capital of the Indian State of Uttar Pradesh. Lucknow has over the years flourished as a cultural and arts city and the capital of Northern India culture. Today, the city has diversified and is a major government, education, commerce, aerospace, finance, pharmaceuticals, technology, design, culture, tourism, music and poetry Centre. Below is an overview of cool things that a tourist in the city can engage in.

read more
Cool things to do in Jaipur
Cool things to do in Jaipur

Founded in1727 by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II, the ruler of Amber, Jaipur is the largest city and capital of the Northern India State of Rajasthan. It is home to about 3.1 million people and is fondly referred to as the Pink City of India. Below are a couple of cool things you can do in the city.

read more

Cool things to do in Kolkata

Kolkata, West Bengal, India
Cool things to do in Kolkata
Cool things to do in Kolkata

Kolkata or more popularly Calcutta, is the capital of the Indian state of West Bengal. It is strategically nestled on the banks of Hooghly River and it is the principal commercial, cultural, and educational Centre of East India. Amazingly, the Port of Kolkata is India's oldest operating port. Whether you are a business traveller or just a tourist, you will find a cool thing to do in the city. Below are some things that have been rated 'cool' by the city residents.

read more

Cool things to do in Ahmedabad

Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India
Cool things to do in Ahmedabad
Cool things to do in Ahmedabad

Ahmedabad, according to Forbes, is cumulatively the third fastest growing city in the world for the last one decade. It is the largest city in the Indian State of Gujarat and also its former capital. The city is home to large populations of Hindus, Muslims and Jains. Each of these peoples has brought their culture and cuisines into the active festival and gastronomy sector in the city. Below is a list of the cool things you can do in Ahmedabad as a tourist.

read more
5 cool facts about Delhi
5 cool facts about Delhi

New Delhi is the capital city of the Republic of India. It hosts the government’s legislature, executive and judiciary arms of the government. It also happens to be the seat of authority for the Government of the National Capital Territory of Delhi.

read more

5 cool facts about Mumbai

Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
5 cool facts about Mumbai
5 cool facts about Mumbai

Mumbai, formerly Bombay, is the capital of the Indian State of Maharashtra and the most populous city in India. It is home to a whopping 20.5 million people and is located on the West Coast of India. The city produces about 5 % of India's GDP and is the wealthiest city in South, West and Central Asia. This fact is further enhanced by the deep natural harbor that makes the country a major shipping route for the huge country. Below are a few cool facts about Mumbai that you probably did not know about.

read more
Visit Yūshūkan Military Museum and learn about Japan's Military past
Visit Yūshūkan Military Museum and learn about Japan's Military past

Japan can be described as one of the least militarily active countries in the world. The only time that this Far East nation is often associated with war, is when the Second world war is the topic. Japan has not always been inactive in terms of military and neither is the Second war the only war Japan participated in.

read more

Sample the best wines in Barossa Wineries

South Australia, Australia
Sample the best wines in Barossa Wineries
Sample the best wines in Barossa Wineries

70 Miles from the South Australian City of Adelaide is the lush, leafy and carefully pruned vineyards of Barossa. Apart from having the best panoramic views, these vineyards produce the best of wines. Many a visitor to Barossa has come to the conclusion that the best wine is to be sampled in Barossa Wine District.

read more
Explore the Red Centre in the Outback
Explore the Red Centre in the Outback

When seeking a new environment for your next trip, visiting the outback may be the change you are seeking. The "Outback" is known for the red dirt and Aboriginal culture. So why not explore Red Centre?

read more
Enjoy a Walk Through Stunning Vineyards on the Wairau Plains Wine Tour
Enjoy a Walk Through Stunning Vineyards on the Wairau Plains Wine Tour

Want to learn how wine is made? Then check out the Wairau Plains Wine Tour in New Zealand. On this tour visitors will learn the intricacies of the wine making process and taste some truly wonderful Marlborough wines.

read more
See Prague with a Native Guide on the Discover Prague Walking Tour
See Prague with a Native Guide on the Discover Prague Walking Tour

Looking to learn more about Prague? Then check out the Discover Prague Walking Tour in the Czech Republic. On this introduction to Prague guided tour visitors will explore the main sights and attractions around the Old Town Square and Wenceslas Square.

read more
Explore the
Explore the "Three Caves" on a Citadels, Karsts & Cycle Small Group Tour

Want to learn how cheese is made? Then check out the Alkmaar Cheese Market and Dutch Windmills Half Day Tour. On this tour visitors will learn about the traditions of cheese-making, visit a cheese market and visit the well-known windmill village of Schermerhorn.

read more