6 Things to Know About Bern’s Zytglogge Clock Tower

A visit to the Zytglogge clock tower in Bern will leave you stunned with the elaborate hourly performance. The exterior design of the clock tower itself is highly appealing; the vintage architecture combined with the intricate mechanism of the clock make this clock tower an iconic structure in all of Bern.

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10 Most Popular Tourist Attractions in Rome

A trip to Europe is incomplete without a visit to Rome. It’s a city filled with so much culture and heritage, it’s difficult to decide which place to visit. When you are in Rome, some places like the Colosseum are must-visit whether you are a history buff or not. The dramatic backdrop that Rome offers is just unmatchable. Continue reading 10 Most Popular Tourist Attractions in Rome

These Grand Temples in Mysore Take You on a Spiritual Journey

Famous for its palaces and temples, thousands of people every year throng Mysore or Mysuru to seek either spiritual enlightenment or to just take a break from the rigamarole of daily life. Mysuru offers one-of-its-kind spiritual experiences that would make you find yourself. These grand temples in Mysore will take on a spiritual journey that you have never experienced ever before: Continue reading These Grand Temples in Mysore Take You on a Spiritual Journey

12 Facts on Bodhgaya

 

Bodhgaya is the place where the wandering Prince Siddhartha, who left his kingdom, sat under a fig tree to meditate. It’s the place where Prince Siddhartha attained enlightenment after seven weeks of meditation and became Gautama Buddha. Bodhgaya, which  is 12 kms away from Gaya city, attracts visitors all year round. Hindus and Buddhists visit Bodhgaya with much reverence to either seek blessings or explore the intriguing artefacts. Continue reading 12 Facts on Bodhgaya

4 places to visit in Penang Island, Malaysia

There are many reasons why Penang Island is Malaysia’s one of the most popular tourist destinations. The island is home to pristine beaches, preserved forests, magical museums, and ancient temples and ruins. Also, it is revered as the country’s unofficial food capital. And topping off is the island’s perfect fusion of modernity and colonial traditions. Continue reading 4 places to visit in Penang Island, Malaysia