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Hanoi, Vietnam – Travel Guide


Nicely sitting along the banks of the Red River, Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam, is the country’s second largest city and one of the rapidly developing cities in the Southeast Asia. Hanoi is a fine city that houses contrasting influences of the West and the East, combined with traditional Sino-Vietnamese culture and French traditions. The weather is impeccable, very ideal for touring whether be it day or night. Visitors find their gateway to Hanoi in Noi Bai International Airport, 35km ... Read More »

Vietnam – Travel Guide


Vietnam is a long thin country found on the Indochina Peninsula in Southeast Asia. It was colonized by China not fewer than four times and it was savaged by civil wars—but the damage of these unfortunate events is not felt in the present times. Today, Vietnam has showed undeniable improvement and it has been a country on the move. Its determination to soar is characterized by the sprawling of hotels, upgrading of major roads and the thriving of the economy. ... Read More »

St. Petersburg, Russia – Travel Guide


St. Petersburg is Russia’s second largest city, nestled on the Neva River at the top of the Gulf of Finland on the Baltic Sea. The city has staged historical significance since it was founded by Peter the Great on May 27, 1703 as it witnessed the rise and fall of Imperial Russia, civil war and three revolutions. St. Petersburg is the ‘’Window to the West,’’ serving as Russia’s cultural soul of Russia, home to composers, poets and musicians and sanctuary ... Read More »

United Arab Emirates – Travel Guide


United Arab Emirates is a country in the farthest region of Arabian Peninsula in the Persian Gulf. The country is a federation of seven emirates: Abu Dhabi, Ajman, Dubai, Fujairah, Ras al-Khaimah, Sharjah, and Umm al-Quwain. The country is rich of high-rise buildings and world-famous beaches,  making UAE a favorite place to spend the holidays. Tourists coming to UAE enter its territory through Dubai or Abu Dhabi airport. Since the distances from one destination to another is short, touring around ... Read More »

Cambodia – Travel Guide


Cambodia, once known as a Khmer Empire, is found in the southern region of Indochina Peninsula of Southeast Asia. Encircled by Thailand, Laos and Vietnam, this country faced a chain of bad luck after the fall of the once-powerful Khmer Empire.  French colonized it in the 19th century, US staged a series of bombings in the 1970’s and in the same year, it was brutally ruled by Khmer Rouge. When UN sponsored an election in 1993, it was only then ... Read More »

Burj Khalifa – Travel Guide


In recent years, Dubai has been getting the world’s attention courtesy of its majestic sights and remarkable structures. Its attractions are the main reasons why its tourism department continues to kick and thrive. One of the attractions that put Dubai to the map is Burj Khalifa, the tallest building in the world. Burj Khalifa is a masterpiece in the center of the Downtown Dubai that has been captivating everyone’s attention. The Burj Khalifa skyscraper is of world-class beauty and has ... Read More »

Burj Al Arab – Travel Guide


Emerging from the Persian Gulf is a gigantic glass, sail-like structure known in the world as the trademark of modern Dubai. Burj Al Arab, or Tower of the Arabs, is the world’s lone 7-star hotel and with a height of 321 meters, it is ranked as the fourth highest hotel around the globe. Constantly hailed as the world’s most luxurious hotel, the services, amenities and facilities of Burj Al Arab speak of absolute extravagance. There is no other hotel in ... Read More »

Siem Reap, Cambodia – Travel Guide


Siem Reap, literally means Siam Defeated, is nestled in the northwestern Cambodia and is the capital of the Siem Reap province. In the recent years, this city is considered a prime tourist destination in Asia. Not only this city is an attraction in itself, its close range to Angkor Temples, the most popular tourist destination in Cambodia, is an inviting feature as well. Tourists enter Siem Reap through Siem Reap International Airport, the second largest airport in Cambodia that is ... Read More »

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