It was the first trip after the lockdown. COVID-19 was preventing us all from hitting the road, we were spending a lot of time dreaming about our next beach trip. Thankfully coronavirus cases decreased in Victoria and the local government relaxed lockdown policy and we were able to travel again within our state. … More First Beach Trip to Great Ocean Road After Lockdown
Kids love spotting new birds and learning information about them including their habitual patterns. … More Beautiful birds around our Neighbourhood
Warburton is a beautiful town in Victoria and one of our favourite places to visit. We started off with the three-kilometre Yarra River Walk, which rolls right through the town centre, past a number of river crossings including the famous swing bridge at Story Reserve. … More Yarra River Walk Warburton
We always love coming Torquay and surrounding area to enjoy Surf Coast walk with kids. We usually start at the end of The Esplanade, where we follow the beachside path and head behind the Surf Club. We cross the tidal channel via a wooden boardwalk over Spring Creek. It is an easy walk to Rocky Point and the views are amazing which you will remember for very longtime. We walked on to the lookout. It features two viewing platforms; one looking East to Torquay and the other looking West towards Bells Beach. Stone seating is layered to represent the rocky reef breaks offshore. … More Surf Coast walk – Torquay
Autumn Colours of Bright, Victoria – The Autumn colours of Bright, and the surrounding region in north east Victoria, are a reminder of the beauty of nature. … More Autumn Colours of Bright, Victoria
Possibly Melbourne’s most beautiful building, located in the middle of the gorgeous Carlton Gardens.
I’ve photographed it on a Spring day – it looks beautiful white and photographed it on a fine Winter afternoon – it was glowing gold.
Australia being the new settlement country has very few buildings which can boast of being part of the world heritage. And yet, in the heart of Melbourne city, there is this 140 years old building, which in 2004 founds its way into UNESCO World Heritage list. It has a brilliant exterior adorned by an iconic fountain. The Carlton gardens surrounding it are beautiful to spend an afternoon. … More The Royal Exhibition Building – Melbourne
I arrived Melbourne June 1997 and nice then I love this iconic building. What a station. It’s so iconic that you will be amazed to see both culture and history are combined into a huge building. As a large and imposing public building located at the major symbolic gateway into the city, on one of … More Finders Street Railway Station Melbourne – Australia
Wilsons Promontory National Park is an unspoilt, ruggedly beautiful park at the southern most tip of the Australian mainland. Wilsons Prom is a must see for anyone visiting Melbourne, if you have a little time up your sleeve to leave the metro area. It is approximately a 2.5-3 hour drive from Melbourne. The ‘Prom’ was all that we had imagined. Animals large and small like koalas, wallabies, echidnas, lizards, emus and birds of lesser stature were plentiful. There was plenty of bird life like Crimson Rosellas, Yellow Tailed Cockatoos and Black Faced Cormorants which we spotted as well.
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To be honest this is how we felt like having our own home on fire and can still feel the pain of this great nation of ours. The bushfires that have threatened some communities in recent weeks have been highly distressing for all of us in Australia. Australians are suffering from bushfire crisis that’s ravaged … More My Home on fire – Australian Bushfires recovery
Conures make awesome pets, as long as you’re able to tend to their needs. The green-cheeked conure is found in wild in Brazil, Bolivia, Argentina and Paraguay, where it inhabits forests and woodland areas. … More Conure makes great pet – Introducing our Jelly Bean
The treetop walk was an amazing experience for the whole family. The views from the bridge and tower are breathtaking. The walk was fantastic and the ability to be up so high was awesome. We felt secure and safe on the elevated walkway. The information supplied was good for our children’s learning. Children enjoyed mystical … More Otway Fly Treetop Adventures
We were fortunate enough to walk this scenic route yesterday on warm spring day. On the Mornington Peninsula past Portsea you will find Point Nepean National Park. Views of the beaches are brilliant and the fort with its tunnels, cannons and other battlements were very interesting for kids and they loved it. … More Why you must visit Point Nepean National Park if in Melbourne
Today we went to Geelong Botanical Gardens and kids enjoyed their time exploring beautiful collection of trees. Just a short walk from the Geelong town centre and along the amazing Corio Bay frontage, are the Geelong Botanical Gardens, a small but exquisite gem. You can stroll around in half an hour but the variety of plants is amazing.
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The tulips were in full bloom and what amazing sight. This place reminds you of a place from Holland. They claim to have one million bulbs and likely there were. … More Tesselaar Tulip Festival
We have been to Grampians National Park numerous times and have recently spent two wonderful days in the National Park, around the Halls Gap area. The walking trails and views were outstanding, and kids enjoyed it. Nestled in the heart of the Grampians National Park, Halls Gap is a delightful small village with varied accommodation on offer and activities at your doorstep. The area is renowned for spectacular hiking, stunning views and inquisitive wildlife including kangaroos, emus, wallabies and birds. … More Our Grampy moment in Grampians National Park – Australia
When ever we go back to a festival which we have attended in the past. We tend to make a perception of the event in same way as we have seen in the past. What truly used to be magnificent festival! White Night Melbourne has always been organised and visually spectacular event. Huge crowds were well behaved and the streetscapes were alive with active lighting projections covering all the colours of the rainbow. … More White Night – Melbourne
This week we went to Ballarat after long time and we Totally loved this beautiful town. Its about an hour drive from Melbourne and it is a very pleasant drive. As we are in the middle of Australian winter we also experienced snow in Gordon and around Kryal Castle area. If you are in Melbourne for few days, we totally recommend Ballarat visit and you won’t be disappointed. Ballarat has enjoyed a rich and prosperous heritage thanks to the Gold Rush which began in 1851. … More Our Gold Rush Moment – Ballarat
Heritage Village traditional buildings and authentic exhibits speak of a complete different time of the United Arab Emirates. The oil boom resulting lot of wealth has modernised this nation but it is not so long ago and here it is shown clearly that the people in the ’70s were still very poor and their only source of income was pearl diving, farming and fishing. … More Emirates Heritage village – Abu Dhabi
The place is like a wonderland, visually stunning and just epic fun. It doesn’t cover a huge area, but it’s easy to spend your whole day there. From the torrent wave ride, to the rapids and then onto the many water slides, all of which are great fun each time you do them. Then when you’re brave enough you head up to the Leap Of Faith…. and it really is that. … More Dip at Aquaventure Waterpark Dubai
The better prepared you are the safer and more, enjoyable your travel will be. Make sure your passport has enough validity. Check the expiry date of your passport before you travel. Some countries won’t let you enter unless your passport is valid for six months from when you plan to leave that country. “Travelling – … More Better be prepared – Travel
We have been to Dubai numerous times and every time we go there it fascinates us that how much has changed since our last visit. City that has 365 days of sunshine, tax-free income and ultimately luxury life style. It will then acquaint you with the world’s tallest building, Burj Khalifa, and the grandiose version of Las Vegas’ Bellagio fountains. In Dubai you might even get to swim with a shark in an aquarium at a hotel. Dubai is a modern city that welcomes visitors from around the world. However, as it is also a Muslim city, there are certain factors to take into consideration in terms of dress code and behaviour. … More Our Ultimate guide to Dubai
We have been to few of the resorts below but love going to Mount Buller. Victoria’s alpine region north-east of Melbourne is a major winter sports area and a very scenic part of Australia (best viewed during autumn and spring). The ski season starts on the Queens Birthday weekend in June and runs until early … More Ski and Snow Resorts Near Melbourne
The views of New York city which we have seen from the Jersey City waterfront will stay forever with us. Every time we will talk about new York the view of the skyline from Jersey City waterfront comes up first than anything else. That is more convincing than anything else that New York trip is not complete with a visit to Jersey City Liberty Park and Jersey City waterfront.
The Waterfront at Exchange Place-PATH station remains without any doubt the best view of New York city sky line especially lower Manhattan’s shimmering glass, & chrome. Trust me. It’s virtually impossible to appreciate the wonder of it all once you’re across the Hudson in the City. I was constantly trying to capture the perfect shot of the water, sky, and human element combined. It’s hard to be disappointed whether its day or night on your visit. … More Most amazing views of New York skyline – Jersey City
Throughout time, travel has been considered to be educational. Travellers have undertaken journeys in order to learn, and people still refer anecdotally to the educational benefits of travel. Yet there is belief among many that education happens primarily in the classroom, even though learning can occur in many contexts, including travel. Travellers gather knowledge as they “understand, learn, discover, explore, and make sense of other places”. If you’re here on our website, you’re probably thinking of travelling already. If you need that final push to go on your next trip, how about we give you 10 good reasons why travel is good for you. … More 10 OUR reasons why travel GOOD for you
Los Angeles officially the City of Los Angeles and often known by its initials L.A has some of the best beaches in California. We are highlighting some of the best spots which we discovered during our trip to this GREAT city. … More Amazing Beaches of Los Angles
Our Home Melbourne, we love this GREAT city and are glad to be living here. Best known for its coffee, food and cultural scene, Melbourne also has its fair share of charming beaches. From family-friendly swimming spots to fishing and boating havens. The beaches of Melbourne and Victoria have a different feel and texture to those of the Australian east coast. Port Phillip bay services the city with gentle curves of sand, picturesque piers and quaint bathing boxes, while its Peninsula region offers these along with rugged windswept back beaches. … More Melbourne’s Best Suburban Beaches
Why you should must do Penguin Parade – Phillip Island if in Melbourne Australia.
Best reasons why Penguin pde is fun thing to do in Phillip Island. … More Why you should do Penguin Parade – Phillip Island
If seeing the beautiful aurora in person is next on your bucket list. There is no better time than now to tick it off your bucket list! If you’ve done any research at all, you’ll have seen the articles that tell you to chase the northern lights and what are the best spots but I am going to tell you that you can see them through out the year if you plan to go different country. … More Aurora Borealis, when and where?
Why I need a Travel Insurance?
What are the reasons I must buy travel insurance?
Other common reasons to must have travel insurance are … More Why I need a Travel Insurance?
6 Great Asian countries and their Seasonal Sales.
Favourite Asian destinations and their shopping Dates:
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Best of Hokkaido, Japan.
Things You Need to consider before planning for Hokkaido Trip.
Things to do Hokkaido.
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After travelling many years we truly believe that one of the best ways for families to bond is through travel, and doing activities together as family. We get to visit beautiful new places that we’ve never seen before, eat delicious food, enjoy the different climate and experience new culture which you might not experience again in your life. The positive atmosphere is perfect for impactful family bonding and creating fun memories. … More Things to consider if planning family holidays
If you are planning your next holiday best advice is to plan early, do plenty of home work and book early. Once we are back from our holidays, we start planning our next. Leaving it last minute is not a good idea and you will miss on lot of specials and good deals also at … More Best Reasons to Book your Trip Early
We love Japan because of it cherry blossoms but Korea is just as beautiful but not very many people know about it unless you are local Korean. Other than main cities and Seoul, places which we are going to mention below are way less crowded than in Japan and may be less touristy as well … More Spring Blossoms Best spots in Korea
Food, delicious food. Australians are proud of our local delights because of its multicultural diversity which brought numerous delicious delicacies to the shores of this GREAT country. But there’s so much for our taste buds to explore when we travel overseas. Every country has their unique dishes with an incredible array of flavours and textures. … More Trying our favourite Food in Asia 🙂
Some of these places we have been before but now want to take our kids. when There are so many beautiful places on earth it will probably take an average person several lifetimes to visit them all. Last year we did 5 countries and currently we am working on our current Wishlist to visit in … More Our Shortlist of destinations – 2019/2020
You don’t realise what is missing until you need it. Packing for holidays can be overwhelmingly difficult at times. A general advice is to pack light. Everyone has the urge to pack a lot of things. But what usually happens is that we either wear them only once or we end up not wearing most … More Travel Packing List
3 done from this list 2 more to go. Planet’s largest and most populous continent, Asia is home to nearly 4.5 billion people and covers a third of the entire world’s land area. Asia has the oldest civilisations, the highest peaks, the most populous cities, and the tallest buildings in the world.Asia, with its rich … More My bucket list destinations in Asia
If you have travelled Japan, chances are, you’ve already travelled to Honshu Island. Tokyo, Kyoto, Osaka and Hiroshima; Mount Fuji, Lake Biwa and the Japanese Alps; neon and skyscrapers, geisha districts and famous temples – all of these can be found on Honshu. One of the most popular places in Japan. Honshu is the country’s … More Must do Honshu Island Japan
When planning for an overseas trip or a vacation, if you often feel confused by the countless online options available? While booking a trip directly online seems convenient (you don’t even have to leave your desk!), there are often so many choices out there that you can get bewildered. That’s only one of the many … More Travel agency benefits
“Live a simple life; you will own the most beautiful treasures of the world!” Mehmet Murat ildan I was grown up in a village and left at the age of 12. We moved to the town so that my brothers, sisters and I can go to High school, collage and university for further education. But … More Simple Life – Thai Village
We loved our time in Washington DC. There is so much to see and do in Washington DC that it’s impossible to see it all in just one visit. We recommend planning at least 3-day trip for first-time visitors to the capital of the USA. Whether you’re visiting over a long weekend or during the … More Remembering the Time in Washington DC – Nation’s Capital
There is a magical quality to autumn when the leaves start to change colour, from green to yellow, orange and varying shades of red. This year we have been doing summer stuff all the way till Easter and weather has been warm as so not planning to travel any where to see the autumn colours … More Autumn 2019 Australia
We stayed at the Barwon Heads Caravan park over the weekend. This Caravan Park sits within 15 metres of the Barwon river and have a view over the Ocean Grove beach that stretches around to Point Lonsdale. The Park has superb view of the river, Ocean and Diver Dan’s boat shed, now a wonderful restaurant. … More Barwon Heads SeaChange Experience
This show is held once a year during March for 4 days at Carlton Gardens, Victoria Street, Melbourne. We visit each year, there is a wonderful display of flowers, garden structures and various other displays of University students. This show displays lot of famous Australian Horticulturists and Landscaping Teams handy work. Plenty of entertainment for … More Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show 2019:
2019 is Moomba’s 65th year, Australia’s largest free community festival with millions of people attending every year. Held over four days, every Labour Day long weekend, Moomba brings Melburnians together to share in the vibrancy and spirit of our much loved city. All fun and free courtesy the City of Melbourne. As I mentioned Moomba … More 2019 Moomba Festival Melbourne
Seattle, also known as the Emerald City due to the lush forests surrounding it, is a modern metropolis with a rich cultural history. Only one hundred miles from the Canadian border we wanted to go Seattle while we were in Vancouver and are glad we done it. The close proximity of the US border near … More Sleepless in Seattle 🙂 Road trip Vancouver to Seattle 🙂
It was absolutely stunning and wanted to go and see Capilano Suspension Bridge from longtime. Although I am sure it is lovely during the day, we found it just got more and more enchanting as dusk turned to night. Had a great time there and loved every minute. It was SO magical! From the lights … More Capilano Suspension Bridge, Vancouver, Canada
If you’re looking for where the city meets nature, look no further than Calgary. We made Calgary and Banff to discover this area and totally loved it. The city itself is bursting with creativity and cool places to eat, drink, and see. And just under an hour and a half away, you’ll find the Rocky Mountains where there’s … More Calgary, Canada
Johnston Canyon is one of the most popular day hikes in Banff National Park. It’s fairly easy, making it perfect for families and people of almost any fitness level and age. It’s accessible year round, including the winter. This is a two hours round trip walk, just long enough that you don’t start to get … More Johnston Canyon, Banff National Park
We wanted to do this trip from long time and finally did this Icefield Parkway drive. What a great experience and are very lucky to experience this with our kids. The highway is nice and well maintained but will be covered with snow in most of the winter season. The stops and resting areas are … More Icefields Parkway Winter Road Trip – Canada
When we were planning our Banff trip one of the main reason we wanted to be in Banff over holiday season was being in Banff on Christmas parade day. The whole Banff Ave is decorated and lit up. My daughter thought she at the North Pole. Being from Melbourne Australia it was quite magical for … More Banff Christmas Parade:
Widely considered the Banff National Park’s top attraction, Lake Louise is transformed in winter into a snowy wonderland. It was an amazing experience for us to walk on frozen Lake Louise. It was like time has gone to stand still and when we removed the top layer of ice could clearly see down the lakebed … More Walking on Frozen lake Louise, Canada
This was our first stop. We left Vancouver around 8.30am and arrived Revelstoke around 5pm. The drive should take you around 7 hours but we did few stops along the way and also lunch at Kamloops. We hired a Mitsubishi Outlander 4WD from Vancouver for around $34 a day including insurance. Due to winter and … More Vancouver to Revelstoke our first stop of drive through Rockies in winter
What a beautiful surprise. We are from Melbourne Australia. Our Christmas or Holiday season is in summer with no chance of snow at all in anywhere in Australia. Whenever our kids watch Christmas movies or American TV programs they always see beautiful Christmas decorations on snow covered houses and trees. They always ask when we … More Vancouver Beautiful Autumn colours
If traveling through China, the new 144-hour China transit visa is great to see the country without the hassle of applying for a full visa. Unlike traditional tourist visas, a transit visa is issued upon arrival in China. This means that you don’t need to apply before you get on the airplane, which is great. However, there are … More STOP Over (Transit) in China and Great Wall Trip
Baby I’m from New York! Concrete jungle where dreams are made of, There’s nothing you can’t do Now you’re in New York! These streets will make you feel brand new, Big lights will inspire you, Hear it for New York! (New York, New York, New York) On the avenue, There ain’t never a curfew, ladies … More New York, New York, New York ………….
LA experience for us was fascinating as well as entertaining. What an eye opener. No matter how much you write still not enough. We totally loved this city and enjoyed each and every second of us being there. This is one of the cities, which we would love to go back, and discover more hidden … More Los Angeles ooh la la
Visiting London was for us like dream come true. Both Anna and I would have heard about London more than any other city in the World. It was such a pleasure being there and we loved every bit of it. The food is awesome, the people are friendly, and there’s more to see and do … More London Just Fascinating
Checkpoint Charlie: When you visit Berlin you must visit Checkpoint Charlie. Unless you lived through that time you cannot understand what it would have been like to be cut off from your family and friends, which is what happened during this very sad period of history. Reading the stories on people who escaped and how … More Berlin Day 4
Berlin Cathedral: Berlin Cathedral is the short name for the Evangelical Supreme Parish and Collegiate Church in Berlin. It is located on Museum Island in the Mitte borough. The current building was finished in 1905 and is a major work of Historicist architecture of the “Kaiserzeit”. It has amazing architecture and sculptures covering the outside, … More Berlin Day 3
As I mentioned in my previous post this city has always fascinated us that how quickly Berlin has shaped into cultural and economic hub of not only Germany but also for Europe. Since reunification, the German government has spent vast amounts of money on reintegrating the two halves of the city and bringing services and … More Berlin Day 2 – Discovering and understanding reunification of East & West Berlin
We always wanted to visit Berlin; I am not sure weather it was due to its fascinating past or being current economic powerhouse of European union. But it was one of the must see cities that we wanted to visit during our Europe trip and would like to go back again to see and discover … More Berlin Day 1
The elegant and bustling town of Como is the primary and commercial centre for Lake Como. The magnificent scenery of Lake Como (also known as Lake Lario) has fascinated artists and travellers from many years now and we wanted to go and experience this as well. Lake Como continues to attract international celebrities that appreciate the evocative … More Lake Como, Italy
Milan was our second stop of our 4 weeks trip to Europe. We always wanted to go and see Milan and around Lake Como area so glad we done it. Milan, a metropolis in Italy’s northern region, is a global capital of fashion and design. Home to the top European banking institutions, it’s a financial … More Milan, Italy
This was our 4th Disneyland trip. We have been to LA, Tokyo and Hong Kong so wanted to go this one as well and TOTLLAY loved it. There is so much to see and do at Disneyland Paris including 2 amazing parks, Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios which offer thrilling rides, great shows, parades … More Disneyland Paris
The Notre Dame Cathedral Paris or Notre Dame de Paris (Meaning ‘Our Lady of Paris’ in French) is a Gothic cathedral located in the fourth arrondissement of Paris, France, It has its main entrance to the west. The island is on the eastern half of the Île de la Cité. The cathedral is widely considered to be … More Notre Dame Cathedral Paris
It’s been sometime since our visit to Paris, but I remember it as if it was yesterday! One of the highlights of our trip was definitely visiting the Eiffel Tower. Just seeing it from the ground is tremendous – imagine climbing to the top and enjoying the view. The line might look long, but it … More Eiffel Tower
This is a great museum that has art beyond your imagination, including the Mona Lisa. What an amazing place. We spent over 6 hours looking at pieces from Ancient Egypt/Greece/Rome, France, Italy, England, the Flemish, Dutch, and Renaissance, It is impossible to see all that it has to offer even if you spent an entire … More Louvre Museum, Paris
A beautiful oasis in the heart of Paris, the Tuileries Gardens is the perfect place to relax. Running alongside the gardens is the River Seine and also visible in the distance is the spectacular Arc de Triomphe du Carrousel. It’s a nice garden located in the centre of Paris. This is a great place to … More Memories of Tuileries Gardens, Paris
The Arc is a superb monument, one of the finest in Europe. It’s solid mass at the head of the Champs-Elysees is both grand and elegant at the same time. One of the great city monuments and one that is not to be missed. The Arc de Triomphe was much larger than I had expected. Although inspired … More Arc de Triomphe, Paris
Dongdaemun Design Plaza (DDP) has a meaning of Dream, Design, and Play. It holds various exhibitions, fashion shows, forums, conferences, and other domestic and international events. Designed by world renowned architect, Zaha Hadid, DDP is the world’s largest atypical architecture. The DDP is comprised of five halls: Art Hall, Museum, Design Lab, Design Market, and … More Dongdaemun Design Plaza and Some more of Seoul
A nice traditional village in the middle of the city. This is a great place to visit and historically important and educational as well. You can dress up in traditional Korean outfits and take lots of pictures. A must place for tourist to see and live the old Korean way of life, all in the … More Namsangol Hanok Village, Seoul, South Korea
The N Seoul Tower, officially the YTN Seoul Tower and commonly known as the Namsan Tower or Seoul Tower, is a communication and observation tower located on Namsan Mountain in central Seoul, South Korea. Observation deck tickets cost 10,000 won for adults (about $9) and 8,000 won for children 12 years old and younger as … More N Seoul Tower, Seoul, South Korea
Cheonggyecheon is a 10.9-kilometre-long, modern public recreation space in downtown Seoul, South Korea. The Cheonggyecheon Stream is a modern restoration of a natural stream flowing through the heart of Seoul. City planners had the foresight to tear down the 1960’s freeway that had been paved over the stream, and have created a wonderful urban parkland, … More Cheonggyecheon Stream, Seoul, South Korea
Lots of neat food stands for cheap snacks or meals. Lots of shops and Lotte Department is a must-see to witness how Koreans shop, especially at rush hour at the basement grocery section of the store, or eat at stalls. What else can we say? It’s all here. This place is so popular that they … More Myeong-dong Market, Seoul, South Korea
First day in Seoul and we already started to love this city. It is an amazing place and city centre is full of amazing modern and traditional Korean things, which make this city, must see destination. Seoul is the largest city in South Korea as well as the political and economic capital. The city houses … More Seoul City Centre, South Korea
Awesome Tall and Straight Bamboo forest that tower into the sky. You can spend hours in this place wondering around in these majestic trees. When we first seen the photos of this area we always wanted to go there and glad we done this as well. Walking through the exceptionally tall and linear bamboos can … More Arashiyama, Kyoto, Japan
Nara Park is one of the must-see areas in Nara City. The vast area covers 660 hectares and is renowned for its free-roaming deer and world famous temples. Feeding the deer is an attraction in itself and special crackers are on sale all around the park. It encompasses major temples and shrines, including Todaiji Temple, Kohfukuji … More Nara Park, Nara City, Japan
A unique temple, which is stunning, surrounded by a tranquil pond. The temple is vey captivating, the gold leaf coated temple against the lush green background. You will be amazed by the splendour of the golden reflection of the temple in the pond where it stands. Going to Kyoto and not seeing the Golden Pavilion … More Kinkakuji Temple, Kyoto, Japan
When we decided to visit Kyoto, the first thing that came in mind was “yes we can finally see these tori gates for real!” and it proved to be much more than that. The movie “memoirs of a geisha” only showed a glimpse of the magnificent sight.This was one of the most surreal experiences we … More Fushimi Inari Shrine, Kyoto, Japan
The fact is, Kyoto is the most rewarding city in Japan and a place all travellers should visit at least once in their lives. Kyoto, once the capital of Japan, is a city on the island of Honshu. It’s famous for its numerous classical Buddhist temples, as well as gardens, imperial palaces, Shinto shrines and … More Kyoto, Japan
High speed, punctual, comfortable, reliable – what more do you need to say about the Shinkansen between Tokyo and Kyoto/Osaka. Japanese are blessed with a narrow and long country, so a central rail line can serve a huge part of the population. The very different geography of Japan explains the heavy use and convenience of … More Tokyo to Kyoto on Bullet train
Mount Fuji is the 3775 meters high sacred mountain of Japan. A dormant volcano, it attracts about 200,000 recreational climbers every year during the months of July and August when it is open for public climbing. The serene beauty of Mt. Fuji and the surrounding area in Japan is a vital stop for any trip … More The Fuji Subaru Line 5th Station, Japan
We hired a car and took a drive to and around Hakone and enjoyed glorious views. We stayed 3 nights in this area, which also included a day trip to Mount Fuji 5thStation. As family of 4 hiring car was the best option which gave us freedom to do and see more place in this … More Hakone, Japan
Welcome to the kingdom of dreams and magic! Tokyo Disneyland with its seven themed lands offers fun attractions and fantastic entertainment.Always fun going to Disneyland. This is very similar to Disneyland in California. Most of the rides have been slightly changed for being in Japan, but there are some still same like the one in … More Tokyo Disneyland, Japan
Odaiba is a hottest new tourism spot in Tokyo. It is futuristic artificial city built on top of the Tokyo Bay landfill. It is situated on the waterfront and is a nice daytrip within Tokyo. It was initially built for defensive purposes in the 1850s, dramatically expanded during the late 20th century as a seaport district, … More Odaiba, Tokyo
Meiji Jingu, in Yoyogi park is an island of peace and serenity in a loud and bustling city. Walking into this park will provide the break you need from the craziness of Tokyo. Astonishing way to show, how Japanese people may advance in technology rapidly and at the very same time keep in touch with … More Meiji Shrine, Tokyo
A wonderful peaceful place in the middle of the most crowded city.It was a well deserved break from all the crowds. The energy here is amazing and every single place you go to look around, looks as if it is straight out of a postcard. Tourist or not, this place is inspiring, relaxing and enjoyable … More Shinjuku Gyoen Tokyo, Japan
Shibuya is a shopping and eating district popular with lot of young Tokyo locals and international tourists. There are many reasons to visit Shibuya town centre. The famous crossing, hachiko statue, the shopping experience and many more. Definitely worth the visit. Shinuya is home to world famous pedestrian crossing, which is one of the busiest … More Shibuya Tokyo, Japan
Universal Studios Singapore is located within Resorts World Sentosa on Sentosa Island, Singapore. It features 24 rides, shows and attractions in seven different themed zones. This was our second trip and as usual kids loved it. The Sci-Fi City roller coaster and 360 degree roller coaster rides are amazing I did not go on them … More Universal Studio Singapore
Merlion Park, is a Singapore landmark and major tourist attraction, located at One Fullerton, Singapore, near the Central Business District. You can’t go to Singapore & not visit the Merlion (Mermaid with lion head)specially its the face of Singapore Tourism globally. If you are walking around Clark Quay and the Singapore river area you are … More Merlion Park, Singapore
Singapore Botanic Gardens is 158-year-old garden located at the fringe of Orchard Road. It was honoured as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.Founded in 1859 Singapore Botanic Gardenshas the best and most spectacular of tropical flora set in beautiful landscape. National Orchid Garden is part of SBG. Singapore botanic garden is one of the must do … More Singapore Botanic Gardens and The National Orchid Garden
Gardens by the Bay are a nature park on 100 hectares of reclaimed land in the Central Region of Singapore, adjacent to the Marina Bay Sands and reservoir. Definitely this garden does worth a visit. As you would expect in Singapore, this Garden also follows an accurate layout. Where it is very pleasant to walk … More Gardens by the Bay, Singapore
Located at the heart of Bangkok, Thailand, the Grand Palace was a former residence for King Rama I to King Rama V of the Rattanakosin Kingdom. Today, the place is used for hosting royal ceremonies and welcoming the king’s guests, State guests, and other foreign dignitaries. Palace is located in the old city of Bangkok on … More The Grand Palace, Bangkok, Thailand
We now know why everyone who has been to Thailand raves about it. Thai people are friendly and Thailand offer wonderful food. Bangkok is very busy with lots of things to see and do. Bangkok is a fascinating, exciting and incredible city to visit. It is famous for its food and wild nightlife, most of … More Bangkok, Thailand
Patong is a beach resort town on the west coast of Phuket Island, facing the Andaman Sea in the southwest of Thailand. This is an amazing beach and the atmosphere is very relaxed and happy, nice water if not storm season, not too cold. The sand is white and relaxing on a beach chairs is … More Patong Beach, Phuket, Thailand
Hanging Rock is approximately 70 km north-west of and 10 kilometres from Mount Macedon. Since the 1967 novel of Joan Lindsey “Picnic at the Hanging Rock” and 1975 motion picture of “Picnic at Hanging Rock” it has become somewhat of an icon to the simple mystery depicted and remains a wonderful place to experience. It is … More Hanging Rock & Mount Macedon Memorial Cross , Victoria, Australia
Sydney has beautiful landmarks, which include the most iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House. We have been there few times but with the kids this was our first trip. We stayed in Darling Harbour, which was close to everything and has its own charm as well. Sydney is the largest city in Australia and … More Few Days in Sydney, Australia