What if you realise that the life you are living right now and the world around you is heaven? What if heaven is here on the Earth itself? Below we have listed the best cities in the world, which are surely going to give you a heavenly experience.
Top 5 Best Cities in the World
The capital city of France, Paris is also the most populous city in France. Contributing to 31% of France’s GDP Paris is the second most expensive city in the world. Eiffel Tower, the famous symbol of French pride is the biggest tourist attraction in Paris. Named after the Engineer Gustave Eiffel, it is a wrought iron lattice tower that reaches 300 m in height. There are many other famous monuments in Paris some of which include Arc de Triomphe, Notre Dame, Sacre-Coeur and Pantheon. Also known as the city of love, millions of people visit Paris to spend some romantic time, it is believed that the city has ‘magic’ in the air. The most beautiful place to see is the River Seine, following the Seine through Paris is the best way to enjoy escapades on the river and view its bridges and many attractive islands.
London is the capital of England, standing on the River Thames in the south east of the island of Great Britain. It is often regarded as a World cultural Capital. London’s iconic national timepiece, Big Ben is a 16 storey Gothic clock tower. Other great attractions in the city are the London Eye and Tower of London. London eye is a huge wheel that gives passengers a bird eye view of the city’s great landmarks. Tower of London is a historical castle home to the crown jewels, it remains the best tourist attraction in London. Due to the marvellous architecture, many locations of the city has been used for Harry Potter. Many tours will take you to where the famous scenes of the movie were shot and its mesmerising locations. The Queen’s official London home, Buckingham Palace is also a famous landmark but is only open to the public two months each year. London is known for its Royalty that has maintained its culture and tradition throughout the past.
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Dubai is the largest and most populous city in the United Arab Emirates, it is one of the seven emirates that make up the country. It is the most expensive country in the middle east with expensive hotels, restaurants and malls. Dubai is known for its record breaking architecture and man made islands. The tallest building in the world, Burj Khalifa is undoubtedly the best attraction of the city. Standing at 828 m it dominates Dubai’s skylines, however the true majesty of the building is best appreciated from inside. The stunning views from the observational deck can be enjoyed alongside a meal. Next to the Burj Khalifa is the Dubai Mall, which is the largest mall in the world. The Mall occupies an indoor theme park, indoor waterfall, an ice rink and the giant Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo. There are over thousands of shops and restaurants in the mall. Palm Islands are three artificial islands that have beautiful attractions such as water parks, parachuting and aquariums. Dubai is also famous for its luxury hotel Burj Al Arab considered as the top 7 star hotel in the world.
New York, USA
The most populous city of the United States of America, New York is the cultural, financial and media capital of the world. New York is divided into five boroughs, the best known being Manhattan. Here you will find the city’s top attractions like the Empire State Building, Central Park, Times Square and many more. The famous Statue of Liberty stands on the Liberty Island in New York harbour, one can have a great view of the liberty island from the observational deck. Some of the attractions of Liberty island include The Battery park, National 11 September museum and Liberty State Park. The city offers beautiful sightseeing which can be experienced during the evening in Cruises around Manhattan. The famous Brooklyn bridge is the primary symbol of the city that provides a passage between Brooklyn and Manhattan. Other famous landmarks include Chrysler Building, The Metropolitan Museum of Art and Rockefeller Center.
Bangkok is the capital and most populous city of Thailand. It is famous for its vibrant street life and cultural landmarks. The Grand Palace is the most famous attraction in the city, built in 1782 this royal palace was once home to Kings. It now contains a museum and is open to the public for visiting. One of the famous Buddhist temples of the city is the Wat Arun, standing alongside the river with a tilted central spire. Other famous cultural landmarks include Golden Buddha, Thonburi, and Wat Saket. Bangkok has one of the largest markets in the world, Chatuchak Market with over 8000 stalls and more than 200,000 visitors a day. The street food is a must to have in Bangkok especially at Chinatown. There are Thai massage parlors located everywhere in the city and one should experience it at least once to feel rejuvenated. One can also enjoy Sea life in Bangkok, there are many Ocean Worlds and National Parks located in the city. Bangkok’s food and beautiful nightlife cannot be found anywhere else in the World.
Bangladesh’s Foreign Minister said to Take Back Undocumented Immigrates who Illegally Entered India
A.K. Abdul Momen, foreign minister, Bangladesh, on Sunday said in a statement that his administration has asked for a list of undocumented Bangladesh nationals living illegally in the country and will allow these illegal residents to return back to their country.
Acknowledging this subject, India’s National Register of Citizenship (NRC) canceled his visit to India on Thursday due to his busy schedule. He also added Bangladesh-India relations are sound and “very sweet”. They will not be harmed. To which India further added that the NCR process as its internal matter and said this won’t affect India’s relationship with Bangladesh.
He declined speculation of “pushback” trials by India and added that a few Indian inhabitants are illegally infiltrating Bangladesh by representatives due to commercial motives.
Momen also said to the media that if anybody other than their citizens enters Bangladesh, they will send them back when asked about few folks entering Bangladesh illegally simply crossing borders with India.
He even has requested officials in New Delhi to make a list of Bangladeshis residing illegally in India, and will further allow these illegal residing folks back to their own country.
When he was asked questions on why he canceled his India visit to which Momen replied his busy agenda coinciding with the Martyred Intellectuals Day and Victory Day. But according to some sources in New Delhi revealed that Momen canceled his visit to India because of the country’s critical condition after the passage of infamous Citizenship Amendment bill.
Amit Shah, External Affairs Ministry, conveyed that Momen postponed his India visit due to scheduling issues. Earlier, Indian law has prosecuted NCR Bill to identify original Indian residents living in the state of Assam since March 24, 1971, so to identify illegal Bangladeshi residents.
The Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina had a brief discussion on NCR issue with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the bilateral meeting in New York this autumn.
5 Most Popular And Exciting Europe Trips In 2019
Most Popular And Exciting Europe Trips: Europe has amazing travel opportunities for both long and short term travel as many other countries are quite literally on your doorstep. France is famous for fashion, Italy is known for mind-blowing delicious food. Olive-oil infused focaccia bread and freshly cooked pasta in Italy, succulent bratwurst sausages and cheeses in Germany, creamy goats cheese salads are the world’s famous dishes, and of course, champagne will make your day amazing, especially for foodies. In fact, many European cities are seen as romantic destinations.
Today is the perfect day to plan your holiday in Europe.
Here are the 5 amazing, most popular and exciting Europe trips of 2019.
The Lanes Of Italy
Italy is famous for its cuisine, design, culture, fashion and much more. Italy has left a mark on the new-age. The capital city, Rome is the home to the Vatican as well as the ancient ruins. It includes Florence houses the Renaissance treasures – paintings, paper, and leather.
Venice, known as sinking city of canals is the best place for underwater poles. Magnificent monuments and museums are of highest attraction.
- Rome: Sistine Chapel, Vatican Museum, Colosseum, and St Peter’s Basilica
- Venice: Gondola rides
- Glass manufacturing industry on the island of Murano, Santa Fosca Cathedral on the island of Torcello, Houses painted in bright colours with ancient works and paintings on the island of Burano,
- Florence: Statue of David
- Pisa: Leaning Tower of Pisa
2) Touring South Germany Europe trips
It is a 16 days trips starting from Munich and ends in Frankfurt, via Augsburg, Heidelberg, and the perfectly preserved streets of Rothenburg ob der Tauber. Munich is popularly known as beer gardens where Frankfurt is known as the financial city of Germany.
- Munich: Hofbrauhaus, Oktoberfest, German Museum, and Englischer Garten
- Augsburg: Dom St Maria, Fuggerei social housing settlement, Die Ecke and Mozart Festival
- Rothenburg: Herterich Fountain, and one of the well-known festival, Meistertrunk Festival, a medieval festival during Whitsun. and Doll & Toy Museum
- Heidelberg: Schlossbeleuchtung castle lighting, Schloss Castle, Mercedes Benz Museum, Apothecary Museum, and Alte Brucke bridge over Neckar River
- Frankfurt: Museum of Natural History and Goethe’s House Museum
3) 5-Country European Splendor
England, France, Italy, Belgium, and Switzerland are known as 5 country European Splendor. It is famous for its history, culture, glorious countryside and dramatic coastline. One of the best-known prehistoric monuments in Europe is Stonehenge. Tate Modern is the shining star in London’s incredible art-scene with ground-breaking installations and exhibitions.
You can take a tour of locations used in the Harry Potter films, from Diagon Alley to the Ministry of Magic. You can visit the cafes in Edinburgh, where J.K. Rowling wrote the books and then tour Alnwick Castle—which you’ll recognize as Hogwarts.
- Lucerne: Mt Titlis and Lake Lucerne
- Venice: Gondola rides
- England: Boat tour in River Thames, Madame Tussauds, and Coca Cola London Eye
- Brussels: Gothic Hotel de Ville Town Hall, Grand Place, Royal Palace, Manneken Pis, and Cathedral of Saints Michel & Gudule
4) Art Capitals In Central Europe
Berlin and Dresden in Germany and Prague in the Czech Republic are the artiest capitals of Central Europe.
- Berlin: Reichstag Building, Checkpoint Charlie, Brandenburg Gate, Berlinische Galerie, and Holocaust Museum
- Dresden: New Green Vault, Cathedral of Holy Trinity, and Zwinger Palace
- Prague: Prague Castle, Charles Bridge, and the largest Hard Rock Café of Europe
5) Best Of Switzerland And France
Interlaken and Lucerne in Switzerland and Paris in France is the best place for romance. The itinerary will capture the beauty of Europe. Lyon is the third-largest city in France, known for its nap-inducing feasts, but a slew of innovative restaurants is waking up the streets.
- Interlaken: Mt Jungfrau and Lake Interlaken
- Lucerne: Mt Titlis and Lake Lucerne
- Paris: Eiffel Tower, Louvre, Pere Lachaise Cemetery, Montmartre, and Sacre Coeur
International Museum Day 2019: Best 5 Museums Around The World
Every year on 18 May International Museum Day is celebrated to spread awareness among people in respect of
- cultural exchange,
- development of mutual understanding. and
- cooperation and peace among people.
Museum collects and preserves historical objects and religious materials having cultural and historical value. In short, it is a storehouse of old artefacts, sculptures, objects, history etc.
Museums play a prominent role in providing resources for education and provide many informative programs.
Many events are organized on this day in respect to the importance of museums by the International Council of Museums (ICOM). It is the main organization of museum professionals with an intention to promote and protect the natural and cultural heritage. It also fights against in respective fields like illicit trafficking, assisting museums in emergency situations etc.
On this day, the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) across the country allows free entry to the general public in the museums. Some are Archaeological Museum in Purana Qila, Swatantrata Sangram Sanghralaya, Indian War Memorial Museum in Red Fort in Delhi and so on.
Best 5 Museums Around The World
Louvre Museum, Paris, France
The most visited museum in the world which attracts more than 9.7 million visitors every year is the Louvre Museum in Paris. More than 35000 objects from the 6th century B.C to the 21st century are presented in this museum. The collection includes crown jewels, sculptures, old paintings and Egyptian antiquities.
- Opening hours: Open all days except Tuesday, from 9 am to 6 pm.
- Entry charge: No charge for visitors under 18.
- Photography is allowed.
- Provides clear information about ancient Egypt as this museum have a collection of 50000 artefacts from Nile civilizations.
- The 21-meter tall Louvre pyramid, the main attraction, which is made of metal and glass serves as the entrance to Louvre museum.
- Presents more than 7500 popular paintings from popular artists including Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo and Raphael.
2. National Museum of Natural History, Washington D.C, USA
National Museum of Natural History is the most visited natural history museum around the world. It holds more than 120 million natural specimens. It serves as a home to the largest group of professional scientists dedicated to nature study.
- Opening hours: All days from 10 am to 5.30 pm.
- Entry charge: Free.
- Photography is allowed.
- This museum has a hall of human origin which displays how human originated in the world through hundreds of human fossils and artefacts.
- This museum is regarded as the largest collection of marine specimens in the world as it displays more than 80 million marine specimens.
3. British Museum, London, England
This museum is specifically dedicated to human history and culture and is one of the oldest and greatest museums. It attracts more than 6 million visitors annually from all around the world.
- Opening hours: Open Sunday to Saturday from 10 am to 5.30 pm.
- Entry charge: Free.
- Photography is allowed.
- This museum has the most comprehensive collection of objects from the Greco-Roman world (from 3200 B.C to 4th century A.D).
- Displays over 50000 drawings and two million prints and includes masterpieces of Leonardo da Vinci, Raphael and Michelangelo.
- It has the outstanding illustration of cultures of Nile valley dating from 10000 B.C to 12th century A.D.
4. Vatican Museums, Rome, Italy
Vatican Museums is the fifth most visited museums in the world with 5.5 million annual visitors. This museum is all about collection of sculptures, paintings collected by popes of Roman Catholic Church through different centuries. There are 54 galleries in total.
- Opening hours: Open all days except Sunday, from 9 am to 4 pm.
- Entry charge: €18.
- Photography is permitted in Vatican museums but is strictly prohibited in the official residence of the pope, Sistine Chapel.
- Displays many ancient Greek and Roman sculptures.
- The ceiling shows the figure of God touching the fingertip of Adam which is the most attractive part of the museum.
- The chapel is famed with highly decorated interior materials.
5. National Air and Space Museum, Washington D.C, USA
This museum holds the largest collection of aviation and historic spacecraft in the world. It is the most visited museum with 8 million annual visitors across the world.
- Opening hours: Except December 25, open every day, from 10 am to 5.30 pm.
- Entry charge: Free.
- Photography allows inside the museum (for personal use only)
- Holds more than 60,000 objects in total ranges from microchips to rockets.
- Collection of 1.75 million photographs and 14000 films with respect to space exploration (iconic moments).
- Brings a closer view of different phases of Venus and craters of Moon through telescopes in the public observatory department.
Exploring the Hill Forts near Bangalore – Self Drive Adventures
Circling around Bangalore’s outskirts and surrounding districts, one will come across some very interesting historical sites and landmarks. There are many hill forts near the city which are a pleasant drive away and are perfect for short scenic hikes. With a car hire app, one can easily plan an impromptu trip with friends and delve into the local history of the place. Here are some top recommendations.
Those who are familiar with the winding roads of Nandi Hills would know about this fort. The Nandidurga is not a very old fort – most believe that its current structure was built in the reign of Tipu Sultan, for whom this was a summer retreat. It is easily accessible by car and is one of the most picturesque drives near Bangalore. Most people come here for the splendid panoramic views, but there are a lot of other activities that can be enjoyed here. Hiking and bird watching are just some of the wonderful options.
A 60-km drive north from the city, Makalidurga stands on an impressive hillock that looms over thick forests. The trek up by foot is a vigorous affair. The reward at the windswept summit is a beautiful view and the cool fresh air. At the top of the hillock, one can find old stone ramparts and the remains of an ancient temple.
Sitting atop one of the biggest monoliths on the continent is Savandurga fort, or rather the ruins of it. The summit is more than 1200 metres above sea level, and the surrounding forests also teem with birds and wild mammals. This fort was the object of many battles and featured prominently during the Anglo-Mysore wars of the 17th and 18th century. It was captured by Lord Cornwallis from Tipu Sultan in 1791, a very important event that led to further colonial domination in the south of the country.
Located in the beautiful Kanakapura district, Kabbaladurga is a famous hiking destination that reaches the summit at an old hill fort. Many go for night excursions to this place when the temperatures are low, and the lack of visibility adds to the experience. Perfect for a day trip from Bangalore, Kabbaladurga today has a few fort walls remaining along with a temple dedicated to the goddess Kabbalamma.
Choose Self Drive
Self drive is an uncompromised way to travel compared to the restraints of chauffeured transport. For informed travellers who are opting for self drive cars Bangalore offers the best option. App-based Zoomcar platform offers the widest range of the latest hatchbacks, perfect for a duo’s escapade, sedans, and SUVs, the optimum choice for large groups. Apart from this variety of vehicles and very competitive rates, these self drive rentals also come with 24/7 on-road support, thus ensuring a secure and hassle-free travel experience.
Nothing beats the thrill of exploring from behind the wheel. Hop into a self drive rental and catch a glimpse of lost history. Enjoy visiting the hill forts near Bangalore.
OMG! The Best China Travel Guide Ever!
China Travel Guide: The most populous country in the World, China famous for its rich heritage and immense culture, the country has lots of diverse options to offer to tourists. From the Great Wall of China to the Terracotta army and everything in between, here is a guide to China to help you on your visit.
One of the greatest wonders of the world, The Great Wall of China stretches along the northern borders of China. It is a series of spell bounding fortifications made of stone, brick, wood and other materials. Covering a distance of about 21,196 km, it is one of the most attractive tourist destination in the World. Its mesmerising architecture is surely worth your first visit in China. Millions of people visit the Great Wall of China every year.
If you want to experience heaven on earth then visit Hangzhou, situated on the head of hangzhou bay in Zhejiang , a province in eastern China. It is the country’s most illustrious tourist place with enthralling panoramas and astounding scenic view. One of the four garden cities of China it also exclusively hosts festivals like China Animation festival and China micro film festival. You should surely not miss on these festivals while taking a tour of the city. The city also offers vibrant nightlife and its breathtaking view of lakes and hills will leave you awe struck.
Potala Palace, a museum and world heritage site located in Lhasa is another famous destination in China. The Palace symbolises Tibetan Buddhism with its architecture showing the country’s historic and religious values. One can even view the beautiful snow capped Himalayan Mountains from the roof of the Palace. Other famous places to visit in Lhasa include Jokhang, a Buddhist temple, Norbulingka, another palace with a large garden and Drepung Monastery.
With 1.4 billion food loving people to feed China offers great cuisine. Chinese food being famous all over the world, imagine tasting the food from its origin. Try different food in the famous Silk Road street market located in the capital city Beijing. It is a shopping centre that has 20,000 visitors on a daily basis and is the most visited place by foreign tourists in Beijing also offering the most unique food in China.
The Capital city is a blend of modern architecture and ancient site with lots to offer. The most popular being the grand Forbidden City Complex, with over 9000 rooms in 250 acres this large palace building was built between 1406 and 1420. Other must see places in Beijing are Summer Palace, Temple of heaven and Tiananmen Square.
Another great place to see is Shanghai, China’s biggest and most populous city which is a global financial hub. It is renowned for its skyscrapers, museums and historic buildings. The most famous building is the Oriental Pearl Tower which is 468 meters high. It offers great views, contains a historical museum and also a revolving restaurant. The Bund is a waterfront area in central Shanghai with a 1500 meter long waterslide showcasing distinctive modern and colonial buildings. Another famous destination is the Yu Garden occupying 5 acre land featuring ponds, rockeries and arched bridges. The tallest building in Shanghai is the Shanghai Tower which is 632 meters tall.
The twisting form gives the building a unique appearance with the world’s highest observation deck. The building offers restaurants, shops, offices and hotels spaced throughout. There are many other places to see in the city, some of the popular ones include Nanjing Road, Shanghai Disney resort, Shanghai World Financial Center and City God Temple of Shanghai.
Terracotta Army, an example of funerary art is China’s another world heritage site. It is a collection of sculptures depicting the armies of Quin Shi Huang. Clay soldiers were buried to accompany China’s first emperor and to protect his tomb. It is an afterdeath army of the Emperor to guard him till eternity. It is located in Xi’an, the capital of Shaanxi province. Other attractions in the city include Giant Wild Goose Pagoda, Drum tower of Xi’an and Great Mosque of Xi’an.
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