Bhutan

With a reputation as a paradise and land of mystery, Bhutan is worthy to be defined as extraordinary. Apart from the magnificence of nature enveloping the entire kingdom, Bhutan also takes pride of the strong presence of its culture and tradition.

Lamu Island, Kenya

Lamu Island gained the world’s attention and being a part of UNESCO World Heritage Site, it cannot be denied that Lamu Island is such an impressive destination. Stunning beaches, outdoor activities and warm locals lead the island to be the most visited among Kenya’s attractions.

Kyoto, Japan

Kyoto, Japan’s capital, is a compact city that it contains all the desirable elements that makes it one of the sought-after cities in the world. Every district of Kyoto boasts of attractions and touristic activities that makes this part of Asia a perfect holiday destination.

Hanoi, Vietnam

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.

Vietnam

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.

St. Petersburg, Russia

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.

Cambodia

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.