If one would ask ten different tourists as to what they look for before traveling to a particular country, there may be ten different answers. While some would say they love anything to do with greenery and parks, others would prefer the tranquility of beaches. There would be some who would prefer adventure of any kind while others would love shopping from the top brands on the planet. What if a place provides all this and more?
Situated in the Arabian Peninsula, Sultanate of Oman – the land of Queen of Sheba and Sindbad the Sailor is a country of many contrasts. From high barren mountains to flush green parks and gardens; from the largest sand desert in the world of the Rub-Al-Khali to the clear blue waters of the Arabian Sea, Oman has a lot to offer to every traveler.
Experience springtime in Paris during the optimal season for blooming gardens, scenic views and fragrant café terraces.
The City of Lights, Paris, is beautiful at any time of the year, but spring is when she is most alluring to visitors. While there are certainly many popular attractions and tourist hotspots, Paris is best seen in spring through the eyes of locals. The secret gardens and Parisian cafés offer a unique and relaxed vacation that is unlike ordinary international travel. Accor Hotels offers this list of things to see and do in Paris in the spring as inspiration for your springtime travel plans.
Malaysia has always been marketed as “Truly Asia” by their Ministry of Tourism from as long as I can remember. With its unspoilt beaches, fantastic shopping destinations and scenic locales, Malaysia has been a destination of choice for many an avid traveler. Add to that the relatively cheaper cost of travel compared to many parts of the world like US, Australasia and Europe, and you have the destination of a lifetime in front of you.
There so much to see and experience in Malaysia that a few days may not be enough. But just to make it easier for you guys, I have listed down the top 5 places to see in my bucket list.