Shopping heaven Hong Kong has many notable streets markets across the Island. The street markets are places where you can find stuffs unavailable on the other places and are of finest quality. You need to bargain with the shopkeepers regarding the prices during your purchase and can take refreshment from the adjacent snack outlets. Moreover, the street markets provide the chance of experiencing the environment of urban Hong Kong. History of Street Markets: There are numbers of street markets available in Hong Kong and those…Continue Reading “Hong Kong’s Best Street Markets For Shopping – All You Need to Know!”

Lantau Island

Often termed as the lungs of Hong Kong, the Lantu Island provides everything you need for your relaxation in Hong Kong including long sandy beach, shopping malls and shopping outlets, Buddhists architectures and more. This is the largest island in Hong Kong near the Pearl River. Earlier a fishing village, Lantau has turned into a new look with different lucrative infrastructures. The Lantau peak is the highest point of the island with the height of 934 meters.         History of Lantau Island, Hong Kong: The…Continue Reading “Lantau Island (Hong Kong) – All You Need to Know BEFORE You Visit!”

Lan Kwai Fong

Currently the popular tourist spot for drinking and dining area, Lan Kwai Fong was a street for the hawkers before the Second World War. It is a square of streets in Central under Hong Kong city. The L- shaped square, joining two ends, experienced a renaissance during the mid 1980s. To promote the culture, there is an association named Lan Kwai Fong Association that runs about 100 bars, clubs and restaurants in Lan Kwai Fong. History of Lan Kwai Fong–Hong Kong: The L-shaped Lan Kwai…Continue Reading “Lan Kwai Fong: Hong Kong’s Party District, Need to Know BEFORE You Visit!”

Chatuchak Weekend Market

The largest weekend market covering 27 acres of lands is located in Bangkok, Thailand. The Chatuchak Weekend Market is locally the market is known as Jatujak Market. The entire weekend market is separated into 27 sections. Sellers and goods across Thailand participate in the market. This is a very popular shopping center in the Thailand and contains about 15,000 selling booths. It is also a popular destination in Thailand and about 200,000 people visit the market every day.      History of Chatuchak Weekend Market: Chatuchak…Continue Reading “Visit Chatuchak Market: The famous weekend market in Bangkok!”

Bangkok has a contemporary art center named Bangkok Art and Culture Center (BACC). Located in the heart of Bangkok, the BACC is a place used for exhibiting art, theatre, music and other special and occasional events in Bangkok. The BACC is the cultural venue that exchanges cultures of different nations on its compound and thus it is the operational art center for Bangkok. People around the globe visit Bangkok Art and Culture Center to taste the blend of traditional and international arts and cultures in…Continue Reading “Bangkok Art & Culture Centre (BACC) – Everything You Need to Know BEFORE Visit!”

The Grand Palace in the old part of Bangkok hosts some of the most sacred places of Thailand is a must see for everyone who comes to Bangkok.

The Grand Palace is a magnificent structure and one of the most attractive tourist spots in Bangkok Thailand without which the travel would remain incomplete, and has been being used as an official residence building for the Kings of Thailand, earlier was known as Siam since 1782.Although the current King does not reside here, many official events and royal ceremonies take place here every year. The Grand Palace is a combination of numerous buildings, gardens, halls and courtyards and is separated into a couple of…Continue Reading “The Grand Palace in Bangkok – Need to Know BEFORE You Visit!”

Sea Life Bangkok Ocean World

one of the largest aquariums in the Southeast Asia is located in Bangkok, Thailand at the basement of Siam Paragon Shopping Mall with the title – Siam Ocean World. The aquarium displays over 100 types of marine species and animals and it is filled with 5,000,000 liters of water where the sea life is nurtured on a water tunnel. The entire area of the aquarium is over 100,000 square feet and aims to both educate and entertain its visitors of all ages. History of Siam…Continue Reading “SEA LIFE Bangkok Ocean World – Siam, Bangkok – All You Need to Know!”

Siam Paragon is one of the largest shopping malls in the Asian subcontinent and located in Bangkok, Thailand. The Siam Paragon was inaugurated in 2005 and contains a large number of stores specialized in countless items. Besides, the mall also houses movie theatres and restaurants to entertain the visitors. One of its movie theaters is the largest one in Asia. The shopping mall is joint-venture and the company also owns different other adjacent establishments. History of Siam Paragon: Opened in 2005, the Siam Paragon is…Continue Reading “Siam Paragon, Bangkok Shopping Centre – All You Need to Know!”

Spain is one of the most tourist-friendly countries and its hospitality is also remarkable. If you are travelling through Spain, it is important not to miss the chance to dine at the El Celler de Can Roca. This is one of the best restaurants of the world and one of the top in entire Europe that was opened in 1986. The restaurant is a heaven for the foodies especially who want to have traditional Spanish dishes. The restaurant was introduced by three brothers named Joan,…Continue Reading “El Celler de Can Roca – One of The Worlds 50 Best Restaurants in Spain”

If you travelling around Denmark with your family, friend or near ones and want to have a fine dining, you can visit the Noma restaurant. This is the number one restaurant of the country and provides different cuisine at a time to cater your tastes and needs. Located in Copenhagen, Noma is managed by chef, René Redzepi. The name is derived from two Danish words – nordisk and mad. The word nordisk refers to Nordic and mad refers to food. The first two initials are…Continue Reading “Discover the Story of Noma, – World’s Most Famous Restaurants, Copenhagen , Denmark”