Posts Tagged ‘Asia’
Speaking of communist synonymous with poverty, equally the same sense, retarded or no improvement, storey luxury building that is usually found in capitalist countries. This opinion is definitely different if you visit China, Beijing City to be exact. The town is located in Chaoyang lowlands, surrounded by mountains Yen San In the mountains this is where the construction of the Wall of China, which is one of the wonders of the world.
To reach Beijing, other than by airplane, can also use the car or the train track is accessible throughout the city in China. The plane will land at the Beijing International Airport is located at Sun Yi District, 30 kilometers from downtown to the East direction. Once landed in China’s largest airport, the atmosphere very modern with latest technology so dominate. Unlike during this image that China is still underdeveloped country where the designation of State as the Bamboo Curtain.
Various majors flights to many countries in the world is here. Not to mention the local airline, in which all provinces in China have at least one airline. No wonder the current PRC has thousands of aircraft. That’s why the airport was later referred to as the busiest airport in the world to 1200 flights per day. Read the rest of this entry »
Singapore is the right choice to become one of the choice destinations during the coming school holidays. There are statues Merlion and Marina Bay Sands and the shopping paradise, is a stunning temptation. Open a new page in history culinary you with exceptional meal in the restaurant Andre, one of the most impressive newcomer in the realm of Singapore’s food industry.
The chef, Andrew Chiang, opening restaurants around the end of last year in the region and inject Chinatown Asian and European flavors in every dish that the menu is tempting, like the Crispy Duck Masala, popcorn with oil vanilla, oak-smoked porcini tart, purple cauliflower consomme, purple shallots, basil, shiso and scallop ravioli. Read the rest of this entry »
Named as a World Heritage City or the World Heritage of course because it has its own uniqueness. So also with Melaka, Malaysia. A city that was named Unesco in 2008. Region known as Melaka Bandaraya Melaka Historic is one part of the country of Malaysia. That way these city architecture buildings become very interesting because the three states of the former colonialist style architecture can be found in this city.
You could take about 5-7 hours depending on conditions in Malaysia through the various suburbs. At first sight obtained only the toll road, but getting closer to the area of Melaka, the scene was changed slightly into the hill. ’Dead’, that’s the first impression when you enter the town of Melaka. Coupled with the hot weather was terrible. Although, eventually you will pass a variety of old and modern buildings.
Melaka old city named because in addition to buildings in the surrounding buildings in the past, in this area is the center of the country’s defense at the time. Many stories and historical value of every existing building. One of them is a red brick building that is Christ Chruch Melaka which is the oldest Christian church in Malaysia. And also the building from the ruins of St. Peter Church. Read the rest of this entry »
A small terrestrial form of government is confined in South Asia and is bordered by India, Republic of China, Nepal and the Himalayas is a good nature and his life was so thick the traditional feel to it loose saturation. Foot on the ground seems like riding a time machine and go back to the past. The fact that the new open Bhutan to the outside world around the year 1970 and that the unusual arrangement of tight. Although aware of its tourist potential, but the state are not so dark hearts and themselves to be explored.
Only just received a few thousand visitors per year, to supply the men with multi-colored traditional dress, and very firmly safeguard the Buddhist cultural heritage, Bhutan seems really know how to keep you in the middle of the harshness of the ripple of globalization. Explore areas of Bhutan, you might think that this land seems to have never touched the times. Everything is natural, everything is still original, and all were very attractive. Taktshang Goemba Temple, which is closely attached on one side of the cliff as high as 3000 meters above the Paro valley and well known as Tiger’s Nest, still looks stunning though was far from a young age. Yak and Takins still around, though a bit shy when meeting with tourists. Read the rest of this entry »
Shanghai is the largest metropolitan city in the country Panda, China. The city is also famous for the number of foreigners (expats) who live and work in Shanghai. No wonder the expatriates can feel at home here, because Shanghai is providing almost all the things they need, ranging from shopping, cafes, bars, tourist attractions, business center & office, etc..
In addition, Shanghai is also famous for its beautiful views of the city at night. Light-light emitted by the tall buildings that line neat and stood firm in the entire city of Shanghai, has made this town become more alive at night. And almost in all the sights I have ever visited, will be very beautiful at night.
Call it, The Bund, a bustling tourist attractions most visited by both tourists and locals alike Shanghai. The Bund (?-?, Chinese people call it “Wai Than”) is located in downtown Shanghai, the Huangpu District. Read the rest of this entry »