Saturday, 23 August 2014
Monday, 28 July 2014
Ropain festival which in English means rice plantation is related with a traditional occasion of Asadh 15 of Nepali calendar. Since we understand that Nepal is an agricultural nation and half of their economy relies on farming and potential agriculture, so the festival marks a season when a prospect of farming comes into picture.
Sunday, 27 July 2014
Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Botanical Garden is one of the best botanical gardens on earth and also one of the most popular tourist attractions of Mauritius. The botanical garden is placed on the Southern Hemisphere of Mauritius and is considered to be the second best after the Kew Gardens in London. The Garden has been named after the first Prime Minister of Independent Mauritius, Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam.
Thursday, 24 July 2014
The 9-Hour Hotel - Japan's Most Efficient Capsule Hotel
Capsule hotel is associated with Japan since the last 30 years and to express the glory of the same we have 9 Hour Hotel where travellers would need to pack themselves within the limit of 9 Hour which means the Hotel would give a classified time to all your stuffs.
7 hour to sleep, 1 hour to get ready and 1 hour to shower, although this might sound bizarre but this the main highlight and it is quiet common here and travellers who just wishes to spend their night comes in here and checks out early before an elapse of 9 hour deadline.
Sunday, 20 July 2014
Cinque Island, addressed in Andaman Island is one of the most prominent Islands among all. It is located at a distance of 26 kilometers away from Port Blair. It is well known Island among tourists as a dive destination. The Island offers you its finest sandy beaches and a visit to this Island is a unique opportunity for you to explore the rich coral reefs and picturesque views around. It is rich in flora and fauna which makes itself a perfect place for eco tourism.
Thursday, 17 July 2014
Bhilai, which is also known as the Bhilai Nagar, is located in the Durg district of Chhattisgarh. It is the second largest city of the state, located at a distance of about 32 km from Raipur, the capital city of Chhattisgarh. Bhilai holds one of the largest steel plants in India, which is known as the Bhilai Steel Plant. It is the first plant in the country that was credited with the ISO 9002 quality certification. Besides the steel plant, there are several other factories and mines that support the economy of this place. The city is also very much rich in culture, as the people from different religions inhabit this place. Bhilai witnesses the celebration of various festivals belonging to different cultures throughout the year. The place is also known for its numerous religious sites.
Dhamda- It is a popular tourist spot in Bhilai, located at a distance of about 35 km from the city. Dhamda lies on the way from Durg to Bemetara and the place houses an ancient fort and a temple. It is also facilitated with restaurants and accommodation for overnight stays.
Ganga Maiya Temple- Ganga Maiya temple is situated at Jhalma, at a distance of about 60 km from the main town of Bhilai. The main deity of the temple is said to have been established by a local fisherman. The main deity of this temple is very much revered by the locals of this region.
Tandula Dam- The dam is located at a distance of about 60 km from Bhilai and is constructed on the Tandula River. It is a scenic spot and a popular picnic destination of the place, which is visited by a large number of tourists during the winter season.
Civic Centre- It is a chief shopping hub of Bhilai, which holds a number of social and amusement activities. The shopping centre has undergone several changes over the years and it also includes a children’s garden, which is equipped with a toy-train, though not operational. The place has a supermarket, which is used for art-exhibitions. At the eastern side of the Civic-Centre, is an ‘Open Air Theatre’, where a number of cultural activities and musical nights are organized.
Monday, 14 July 2014
Adams peak which is also renowned as Butterfly Mountain is a conical shaped summit which is located at the core of the Sri Lanka is renowned for its Sri Pada. Sri Pada which means the Sacred Footprint has a worthy association with the pinnacle that measures the height of 2243 m and talking about its relation with the crest than the rock formation here depicts the glory of Buddha footprint.