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The Victoria Peak One of the most popular attractions in Hong Kong. If there is only one thing you can do in Hong Kong, go to The Peak. If you have many things to do here, still go to The Peak. The highest point on Hong Kong Island, this has been the city’s most exclusive neighborhood since colonial times — back then it was the cooler air that attracted the rich and famous; in the post air-conditioning era, the views of one of the world’s most spectacular city escapes keep them coming. Vantage Points The anvil-shaped The Peak Tower has a large viewing platform called Sky Terrace 428, in addition to dining and retail outlets. Nearby, The Peak Galleriahas a free-entry observation deck, as well as shopping and dining options. More Head to Lugard Road Lookout and Lions Point View Pavilion for more stunning views. For leisurely unfolding vistas, take the 3.5-kilometer Peak Circle Walk. The Peak Tram Riding the Peak Tram is a visual experience in its own right — Hong Kong Island’s skyscrapers slide past your window at what appear to be impossible angles as you make the ascent to The Peak on the city’s historic, funicular railway. Located at Lower Terminus, The Peak Tram Historical Gallery is a way of paying tribute to The Peak Tram, its heritage and the history of Hong Kong. Since 1888, The Peak Tram has served Hong Kong, quietly witnessing 120 years of the city's changes. The gallery brings back many memories for local visitors and gives overseas visitors a glimpse of how the Pearl of the Orient has come to shine.
Budget Europe, Europe in Winter, Honeymoon in Europe Winter in Austria World class slopes, guaranteed snow in many resorts, an après–ski scene second to none, winter traditions that enhance the magic of this special season, and plenty of ways to fit some relaxation in between all the action. Austria offers maximum value for money with lots of snowy holiday extras. From family winter holidays to gourmet ski and wellness breaks, Austria offers it all. St. Anton am Arlberg St. Anton am Arlberg – the promise that your holiday dreams will come true. In winter 340 km of pistes, 200 km of off-piste and 94 lifts wait to be explored. In summer this typical Tirolean village is surrounded by magnificent mountain peaks and green meadows with brightly-coloured flowers. Highlights St. Anton am Arlberg Museum Discover the history of St. Anton am Arlberg and the development of alpine skiing. A small mountain village became the venue of the 2001 Alpine Skiing World Championships. The newly renovated museum provides a multivisual presentation as well as audio guides. The museum restaurant pampers with home-made cakes or a deliciously prepared trout, which guests can even catch themselves. Vallugaspitze St. Anton, on the peak of mountain passion Feelings of elation come to the surface here: At 2, 811 metres, the Vallugaspitze is not only reserved for high-speed skiers or bold mountaineers. It can be reached in comfort by all friends of the mountains with the new Funitel Galzig cable car and two cabin cable cars. It is the departure point for wonderful hikes, and the view from on top is legendary! Equally lovely views - including of a culinary nature - are offered by the Valluga restaurant, the highest full-service restaurant in the Arlberg. Senn's WunderWanderWeg (WonderHikingPath), on the trail of extraordinary natureAn alpine flower and herb path, a barefoot path and a water path also guarantee enjoyable leisure time. They are located in the gentle countryside around the Sennhütte at 1, 500 m. There's also a nature playground and the hungry amongst you should take a look at the menu at the Sennhütte. The food here tastes excellent!
Sri Lanka Package, Holiday in Sri Lanka, Package of Sri Lanka Rs 19500/- Per Person on Twin Sharing. Day 01: AIRPORT / KANDY Arrival at Colombo Airport. Transfer to Kandy. Day at leisure. Overnight stay at the hotel. Day 02 : KANDY / NUWARA ELIYA After Breakfast commence sightseeing visiting Royal Botanical Gardens. Leave for Nuwara Eliya en-route visiting Tea plantation Overnight stay at the hotel. Day 03 : NUWARA ELIYA / BENTOTA After breakfast leave for Bentota via Kitulgala. Arrive at hotel and leisure Overnight stay at the hotel. Day 04 : BENTOTA / COLOMBO After breakfast proceed to Colombo. Commence sightseeing tour of Colombo Overnight stay at the hotel. Day 05 : COLOMBO / AIRPORT After breakfast leisure at hotel or proceed to Airport for Departure. SERVICES INCLUDE Hotel Accommodation on sharing basis Daily Breakfast basis (starting from Day 02) Transfers in A/C Luxury vehicles Service an English Speaking chauffer guide for 02 to 07 Pax, and an English Speaking Professional Guide for 08 Pax and above. Assistance at Airport for Arrival & Departure. SERVICES DO NOT INCLUDE Airfare and Visa Charges Meals other than specified above. Entrance fees Extras of a personal nature: All kinds of beverages, laundry, telephone calls etc. Photographic Permits at places of interest for Video & Cine Cameras Guide / Driver tips & porterage
Best Ecotourism Holiday Destination in Sikkim Holidays Package for Sikkim Sikkim is a land of dramatic contours. Rugged mountains, deep valleys and dense forests consort with raging rivers, lakes and waterfalls to create a visual feast. The state has the steepest rise in altitude over the shortest distance and has within its 7, 096 sq. kms the entire climatic range, from tropical to temperate to alpine. The mountain chains which run southwards from the main Himalayan range form the natural boundaries of Sikkim; the Chola range dividing it from Tibet in the Northeast and Bhutan in the Southeast, the Singalila range separating it from Nepal in the West with the Greater Himalayan range forming the barrier between Sikkim and Tibet in the North. Sikkim Traveller Located between these towering mountain ranges are passes like Nathu-la, Jelep-la, Cho-la and many others which were at one time important corridors of passage between Sikkim and Tibet. Floating high over the cloud-covered lower Himalaya, Mt. Khangchendzonga dominates the landscape of Sikkim. At 28, 208 ft is the third highest mountain in the world and the highest in India. Sikkim Valley Sikkim has two main rivers, the Teesta and the Rangeet, both of which are formed at high altitudes and flow in a generally southern direction till they converge at the confluence near Melli. The source of the Teesta is the pristine Cho Lhamu Lake in North Sikkim. From here the river travels downwards to meet Zemu Chu just above Lachen village and the Lhachung Chu at Chungthang. At Mangan, the river is joined by the Talung Chu as it continues its journey down, finally widening at Singtam to become double its width. Further down at Melli, the Teesta merges with the river Rangeet which is born of the Rathong glacier in West Sikkim before entering the plains of North Bengal and eventually joining Brahmaputra in Bangladesh.
Czech Republic is a historic bridge at sunrise. The Czech Republic is a country steeped in history. It’s been populated for thousands of years and is a land dotted with castles, medieval towns, beautiful mountains, ancient ruins, and world-class wineries. The country sees more and more tourists each year but they mostly stick to Prague. Once you escape that beautiful (but crowded) city you’ll find an inexpensive country with some of the most beautiful and rugged landscape in this part of Europe. I love taking the train from place to place and just staring out the window. If you visit, you’ll probably be coming for Prague but be sure to leave the city and see the rest of what the country has to offer! It’s too often overlooked! When To Go ? In general, the climate is continental, with short, fairly hot summers and chilly winters. Spring can be the best time to visit, as the days tend to warm quickly, with consistently pleasant, mild weather for most of May. This is also the blossom season, when the fruit trees that line so many Czech roads are in full flower. Autumn is also recommended, with clear and settled weather often lasting for days on end in September and October. With much of the country heavily forested, this is also a great time to appreciate the changing colours of the foliage. Where to go ? Before the fall of Communism, a staggering ninety percent of foreign tourists visiting the country never strayed from the environs of the capital, Prague. While that no longer holds true, Prague is still the main focus of most people’s trips to the Czech Republic, certainly English-speaking tourists. Although the country is small, the variety in landscape and architecture is enormous, encompassing the forests and rolling countryside of Bohemia, peaceful spa towns like Karlovy Vary, Moravia’s spectacular karst region and historic towns like Olomouc and Český Krumlov.
A Very Happy Dhanteras To All !! On Dhanteras, Lakshmi - the Goddess of wealth - is worshiped to provide prosperity and well being. It is also the day for celebrating wealth, as the word 'Dhan' literally means wealth and 'Tera' comes from the date 13th. In the evening, the lamp is lit and Dhan-Lakshmi is welcomed into the house. Alpana or Rangoli designs are drawn on pathways including the goddess' footprints to mark the arrival of Lakshmi. Aartis or devotional hymns are sung eulogizing Goddess Lakshmi and sweets and fruits are offered to her. Hindus also worship Lord Kuber as the treasurer of wealth and bestower of riches, along with Goddess Lakshmi on Dhanteras. This custom of worshiping Lakshmi and Kuber together is in the prospect of doubling the benefits of such prayers. People flock to the jewelers and buy gold or silver jewelry or utensils to venerate the occasion of Dhanteras. Many wear new clothes and wear jewelry as they light the first lamp of Diwali.
Taiwan- Jiu Fen Old Street You Need to Visit This Amazing Place! Feel spirited away in this decommissioned gold mining mountain town, originally built by the Japanese and now a maze of lanes and alleyways with rich history and culture. Many would have been and heard of Jiufen, but apart from the usual tea sessions overlooking the mountains and seas, there are a few other good eats you need to look out for when exploring the smaller lanes. Founded during the Qing Dynasty, this small town was a relatively isolated village until the discovery of gold during the Japanese occupation in 1893, quickly developing the town due to a gold rush. Many buildings in the town remain unchanged to this day, reflecting the Japanese influence on both architecture and culture on the island. During World War II, the town housed a Japanese prisoner of war camp where captured Allied Force soldiers (mainly British) were forced to work in the gold mines. After the war, gold mining activities declined, and the town today exists mainly as a tourist destination remembering and celebrating Taiwanese history and culture. A convenient way to visit Jiufen is to take a shuttle bus from Ximen, leaving in the morning and returning before dinner. From the beginning of the 1990s, Jiufen experienced a tourist boom that has shaped the town into an attraction easily accessible from Taipei City as a nice day trip (around 2 hours away roundtrip by public transit). Today, the town is filled with both retro Chinese and Japanese style cafés, tea houses, and souvenir shops, as well as fantastic views of the ocean. The majority of attractions are concentrated along the cobblestone steps of Shuqi Road between Jiufen Elementary School and the Jiufen police precinct. The three roads running perpendicular to Shuqi Road (Jishan St., Qiche Rd., and Qingbian Rd.) each boast a wide variety of shops, restaurants, and cafés. Besides the main roads, there are numerous small alleys and lanes that snake around the area and sometimes even run beneath buildings. Explore Jiufen and the surrounding mountain area as part of a tour inclusive of transportation with an English-speaking guide to enjoy your day without having to worry about taking public transportation in and out of Taipei City. While most visitors come to Jiufen as part of a day trip, many enjoy staying overnight at one of Jiufen's many boutique hotels and B& Bs, called minsu in Taiwan. Since there are a limited amount of guesthouses and hotels in Jiufen and it is one of Taiwan's more popular destinations, early reservation is recommended.
Arunachal Pradesh Tour Tour Itinerary: Day 01: Guwahati Transfer from Guwahati Airport/Railway Station to Guwahati Hotel. Overnight at Guwahati. Day 02: Guwahati to Bomdila (285 kms/08 hrs) Transfer from Guwahati to Bomdila. Overnight at Bomdila. Day 03: Bomdila to Tawang (170 kms/06 hrs) Transfer from Bomdila to Tawang en route visit The Sela pass & Jaswantgarh. Overnight at Tawang. Day 04: Tawang Tawang local sightseeing covering Tawang Monastery, War memorial, Anni Gumpha, Creaft center. Overnight at Tawang. Day 05: Tawang to Bomdila (170 kms/06 hrs) Transfer from Tawang to Bomdila. Overnight at Bomdila. Day 06: Bomdila to Kaziranga (240 kms/07 hrs) Transfer from Bomdila to Kaziranga. Overnight at Kaziranga. Day 07: Kaziranga to Shillong (310 kms/07 hrs) Morning Jeep Safari at Kaziranga National Park and transfer to Shillong Enroute visit Umium Lake, a majestic placid lake with its surrounding sylvan hills. Overnight at Shillong. Day 08: Shillong Excursion to Cherrapunjee, the wettest place in the world covering Noh-ka-likai, Eco Park, Seven Sister Falls, Cherrapunjee View Point, Mawsmai cave. Return to Shillong. En-route visit Elephant falls and Shillong Peak. Overnight at Shillong. Day 09: Shillong to Guwahati (115 kms/04 hrs) Transfer from Shillong to Guwahati and visit Kamakhya Temple, Shankardev Kalakshetra. Overnight at Guwahati. Day 10: Guwahati Airport/Railway Station Transfer from hotel to Guwahati Airport/Railway Station. Tour End
Kailash Mansarovar Yatra, Mansarovar Yatra, Kailash Yatra, Holy Mount Kailash, Scared Journey, Tibet Tour Holy Mount Kailash, (6, 740m) high peak is situated to the north of the Himalayan barrier, completely within Tibet. It is the perfect mountain with splendid beauty, with 4 great faces. It is the spiritual center for all AUM religions: Buddhism, Hinduism, the Jain religion and the pre-Buddhist animistic religion - Bonpo. For the Hindus Mount Kailash is the earthly manifestation of Mt. Meru, their spiritual centre of the universe, described as a fantastic 'world pillar' 84, 000 miles high, around which all else revolves, its roots in the lowest hell and its summit kissing the heaven. On the top live their most revered God, Shiva, and his consort Parvati. For the Jains (an Indian religious group), Kailash is the site where their first diviner achieved enlightenment. Spread out on the Tibetan plateau beside Holey Mount Kailash is the giant lake of shifting colors - Lake Mansarovar. Brahma, the creator, had a mind (‘Man’) for the creation of a Lake (Sarovar in Sanskrit), hence its name. A pilgrimage to Mount Kailash and a bath in the Mansarovar is believed to bring about salvation (Moksha) and washed away all the sins of lifetimes. Over the centuries pilgrims have constantly journeyed immense distances to achieve enlightenment or cleanse themselves of sin, braving enormous distances, particularly harsh weather and bandit attacks. People have been visiting Kailash - Mansarovar for centuries. It used to be very hard journey in the past. Kailash Manasarovar Yatra by Helicopter; is an important program for those have very short time and like completing this Yatra however easily. This journey start from Kathmandu to Nepalganj and Simikot by scheduled flight and from Simikot to Hilsa by chartered Helicopter Service. From Hilsa; picked up by deluxe coach and transfer to Border Town of Tibet Taklakot and proceeds to Manasarovar and Kailash Parikrama. This is one of the easiest route to complete the sacred journey of Kailash Manasarovar
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