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    Taj Mahal History

    2. March 2010

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    Taj Mahal History
    Unarguably, Taj Mahal in Agra is the most amazing and incredible structure in India. Not only in India but also in the entire world, it is considered a symbol of love and people over the entire globe come here to see and take snap shots with it. It is situated in Agra, which is in the north-central part of India. Resting on a platform bounded by slender towers of balconies, Taj Mahal is known for it symmetrical structure. The interior architecture of Taj Mahal is so beautiful that leaves visitors mesmerized. In full moon night in the moonlight, Taj Mahal looks even more beautiful and radiates romance. The best time in a day to see this magnificent structure is during evening during sunset, across the Jamuna River. The rays of the sun bring out more colors out of it, thus making it look more  [...]

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    Let’s taste the Great Wall of China!

    1. March 2010

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    Let’s taste the Great Wall of China!
    The Great Wall of China, the epitome of China is now opened now not only a view but also to taste it! You must really try doing that and you know what it is yummy and so so choclaty! Well all chocoholics are going to love it, far and wide beyond China, for this Great Wall of China is made up of Chocolate! Weird, Bizarre or just creative genius whatever you might say for World Chocolate Dream Park, Beijing in China. A park based on Willy Wonka-Style theme park bringing in a life to the reminiscent of Roald Dahl’s beloved book and on the based on ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’, and this place has the hallmarks of China’s cultural symbols with the Historical significant chocolate replicas of  Great Wall of China, Emperor Qingshihuang’s terracotta soldiers and traditional Chinese  [...]

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    Compelling pull of the Ladakh

    25. February 2010

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    Compelling pull of the Ladakh
    Ladakh, it’s the most mesmerizing place on earth, it allures your every sensory, eyes will feast on the scenery, nose will get refreshed by such fresh air, no pollution at all, and ears will love the rhythm of the rivers gushing and you will taste the simple meal cooked by natives, and taste will linger in your mouth. Just a page is not enough even to write a simple summary for Ladakh. Taking a page out of my diary from the tour to Ladakh, I will take you to one marvel and astonishing place on this earth. Exception to the Law of Gravity I was met there by Fungshu Wangdu, he was the guide with us on our tour to Ladakh. He just informed us that he is taking us to see one of the wonder of earth and something that says that there are forces far beyond human can ever understand and something  [...]

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    There are boats to pick up the balls dropped by soccer players in Marina Bay

    22. February 2010

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    There are boats to pick up the balls dropped by soccer players in Marina Bay
    All the people sitting in this stadium see a boat coming in when the soccer player kicked the ball with too much force and the ball went out of the ground and fell in water and here comes a boat to pick up all the balls that get threw out of stadium. Flabbergasted? Dumbfounded? Amazed? Shocked? Astounded? Hey this is a real stadium, not any prank on you; a real stadium where you can see soccer and many more events by the bay rather in the Bay- Singapore gives you the pleasure and ecstasy and thrilling and the very exciting Stadium which is floating. You get it right your eyes are not reading wrong and well the attached pic will prove to you this marvel of engineering and architecture, here is presented The Float as Marina Bay or as famously known as Marina Bay Floating Platform which is the  [...]

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    Tshogshing Lhakhang

    18. February 2010

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    Tshogshing Lhakhang
    The Tshogshing Lhakhang in simple English means the ‘tree of life.’  This is a three dimensional mandala and is made of the deities of the four major Buddhist schools in the country of Bhutan. The ‘tree of life’ is situated on the top most floor of the National Museum building. The museum building consists of 6 floors.  Besides, there is also an underground tunnel leading from the watchtower to the water supply below. Without a doubt, this masterpiece is the pride of Bhutan. The Tshogshing Lhakhang is decked with deities of each of the four major Buddhist school. It is also boasts of a rich collection of Bhutanese stamps.  The stamps were issued by the country’s postal department to commemorate significant events, people and places. The deities of the schools start with  [...]

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    Macau: Ecstasy beyond Casinos

    15. February 2010

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    Macau: Ecstasy beyond Casinos
    Chinese government wants Macau as the entertainment capital of Asia and in doing so, it must be noted that it has achieved it and succeeded well. Macau is famed for tempting visitors with its ostentatious new Vegas style Casino resorts and hotels. In Macau casinos are legal where as in nearby Hong Kong and rest of China it is not. Dubai and Hong Kong is all skyscrapers and huge buildings but Its Macau who has managed to steal the show with its Casino’s. Macau has huge potential market in form of people coming from Hong Kong and of China which is huge gaming customers larger then anywhere else in world, the estimation is some 100 million people reside, in three hour drive distance to Macau, and around one billion people within three hours flying time. Well the news is Macau has over taken  [...]

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    Niah Caves

    11. February 2010

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    Niah Caves
    The Niah Caves are located in the district of Miri in Sarawak in Malaysia.  The caves are part of the Niah National Park.  They are hidden in the forests of Miri. The caves are rank amongst the most important archaeological sites of Southeast Asia.  The journey to the caves is breathtaking and a nature lover’s delight. One needs to take a 3 km plank walk, which passes through dense rainforests and finally leads to the caves. The Niah Great Cave and the Painted cave are the talking points of the entire region. Let’s have a look at them in brief. The Niah Great Cave is located in Gunung Subis. It has a vast interior and is made of several high-ceilinged chambers.  It lies in a large limestone block, which are a kilometer in north-south direction and half a kilometer in width.   [...]

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