If you had to name a souvenir someone would bring back from a trip to Russia, a Matryoshka doll would likely be the first thing that came to mind.
Japan is well-known as one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations. When most people are planning their trip here, though, they don’t think about paying a visit to Tashirojima Island, also known as “Cat Island.” Tashirojima Island gets its nickname from the extensive population of cats that roam around it. The cat population actually outnumbers the island’s human residents!
Japan is home to some of the world’s most intriguing architectural designs, as well as a variety of historical monuments and sculptures. For those who want to enjoy a bit of whimsy while exploring the country’s attractions, a trip to the Otagi Nenbutsu-ji temple is essential.
Immerse yourself in the rich tapestry of India, a land that is a treasure trove of iconic marvels like the ethereal Taj Mahal in Agra, Uttar Pradesh, and the imposing Red Fort Complex in New Delhi. However, beyond these well-trodden paths lies a hidden gem waiting to be discovered – the whimsical Nek Chand Rock Garden nestled in the heart of Chandigarh.
As technology continues to advance and expand its reach, it has become almost impossible for people to live genuinely isolated lives — unless you’re part of the Sentinelese, a tribal community that resides on North Sentinel Island.
More than half a century ago, an audacious Soviet gas-drilling venture in Turkmenistan led to an incredible geological phenomenon: The Darvaza Gas Crater, commonly referred to as the “Door to Hell.” This eerie wonder is a sight to behold, leaving visitors spellbound and enamored by its fiery beauty.
Are you an adventurer at heart who’s always seeking the next thrill? It’s time to pack your bags and embark on a journey that will take you to new heights!
To commemorate the first anniversary of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the Ukrainian Postal Service (Ukrposhta) released a new stamp that features a mural created by the England-based artist Banksy.
The kimono is the national dress of Japan. It is a front-wrapped garment with a rectangular body and square sleeves, and it is tied with a sash known as an obi. If you’ve ever wondered about the history of this beautiful and significant piece of clothing, this guide is for you.
When most people think of a vacation in Thailand, they think of a beach-adjacent hotel or bungalow. Want to see something besides beaches? Head to Keemala for a different view.