How about green tea served by a geisha, with a view of the Zen garden and the sound of morning Buddhist prayers in the background? […]
Goa stands out for many features: it is a small part of western India, a completely different confederate state from the rest of the country. As a result of Portuguese domination, it has more churches than temples, and in the 60s and 70s, it became a favorite place of artists and hippies from all over the world, combined with Goa trance, music that goes beyond rave parties on the beach. In addition to the height, there are many other things, such as untouched nature and historical heritage, that make this place truly magical.
The United Arab Emirates is located on the eastern tip of the Arabian Peninsula, in an inhospitable landscape on the edge of the Rub al-Khali desert. The United Arab Emirates, formerly known as the British protectorate of the Oman Treaty, has formed a federation of seven independent monarchies led by its rulers since the early 1970s. In terms of size, these are Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah (Al-Sharik), Ras al-Khaimah, Fujairah, Ajman and Umm al-Quwain. This state unit becomes known to travelers mainly thanks to the most famous of them, the Emirate of Dubai.
Temples full of legends and traditions, Buddha statues dominating the stage, royal palaces where everything seems perfect: a magical world to discover. Discover all the best things to do in Bangkok and its surroundings! Let yourself go to a dynamic city with strong traditions, among streets full of people and wonderful architectural details. You will also have the opportunity to make numerous excursions around Thailand, possibly starting from the city of Laem Chabang.
A country full of contrasts, in which historical traditions go hand in hand with modern culture, is Bahrain. A desert state rich in an impressive past, crowned with an oriental atmosphere and colorful fashionable neighborhoods that no one like. That’s why you should plan a vacation in Bahrain and put the country on your list.
It is better to leave Tehran for the old road leading to Khorasan province at 5 a.m. because later cars will clog the arteries of the streets of Iran. The central and northern districts of the Iranian capital will remain behind, where irrigation ditches run along the main streets with a cool ringing, and luxury shops sparkle with glass and nickel, reminding us of the oil boom and oil money.