A trip to China is not one of the easiest trips that a tourist could do. The distance is long and the culture completely different, so much even if you know what to expect, you will be surprised.
The ancient temples, the huge skyscrapers, the crazy crowds and the communist atmosphere are what a traveler knows that will see and feel in China. But what could be unexpectable? Let’s take a look at the things that no one expects to face on a trip to the country with the largest population in the world. Continue reading “10 things that are surprising to those who visit China!”
232 houses were painted with the rainbow colors and this slum became “alive” again!
Kampung Pelangi is a small village in Indonesia. Before transforming into a village joyful full of colors was a nasty and dirty slum.
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Indonesia is popular for its beaches, Buddhist centers, jungles, tribal settlements and its natural wealth. It impress us with its natural richness and the natural scenery.
Indonesia: White sandy beaches, tropical paradises and the … border of cultures!
Indonesia is the largest island state with 17,504 small and large tropical islands with white sandy beaches, some of which are not inhabited, or even not yet named! Between the two continents, Asia and Australia, and two oceans, Indian and Pacific, has 215 million people with over 200 national groups.
Amazing landscapes to visit
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In the ancient land of India, the two greatest features are the lively cultural heritage and spiritual mysticism.
India is really too big in population, in images, in ideas, in history, as an economy, as a travel destination, as a natural beauty, mainly as a culture.
With 22 official languages and over 2 billion people (estimated to be the largest in 2020, if not earlier), the Republic of India includes the Himalayan Mountains and is bordered by the Indian ocean to the south, southwest and southeast. It borders east with Bangladesh and Burma, north with China and the Bhutanese state, Nepal, northwest with Pakistan.
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Wonderful photos from the wet map of a country that does not stop surprising us with its beauty
Japan is in the “Ring of Fire” in the Pacific Ocean volcanic zone and its territory is essentially mountainous covering about 73% of the land of its four main islands. A series of mountains with height 3,000-foot, the Japanese Alps mountain range extending to the Fujian volcano, runs like a spine, dividing Honshu, the largest of the islands, in the middle.
This mountainous topography created about 14,000 rivers very fast and relatively short, with only six of them exceeding 200 kilometers. It is said that Johannis de Rijke, the Dutch who introduced flood and water management techniques in Japan at the end of the 19th century, was astonished when he saw a Japanese river: “This is not a river: it is a waterfall!”
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From hawk safari in the desert to Ferrari race, the experiences and places in Abu Dhabi are amazing.
Abu Dhabi is a modern city with a rich history and a strong Bedouin element. You will see side-by-side shopping for camels, Arab palaces and enjoy Formula 1 race.
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To the southeast of India, one of the largest islands in the Indian Ocean invites us to its heavenly places of a lifetime journey.
A growing tourist destination, but not easily found in any travel list, Sri Lanka has a particular nature, heaven scenery, numerous attractions and a population of up to 20 million ….
Its capital is Kotte, but the largest city and economic capital is Colombo while Sri Lanka was formerly known as Ceylon. The current name means “Blessed Island” and consists of the highest literacy rate (90.7%) among the countries of southern Asia, while you will find people speaking also English.
What, though, do travelers expect to see when they visit this “blessed” island?
Continue reading “Sri Lanka: Another amazing world “hiding” in the Indian Ocean!”