Asia

Having 30% of the world tourism, this continent is considered to be the largest amongst all the others. A place which has kept itself intact for centuries, this is where all forms of nature can be witnessed. You can Tan on beaches, Trek on the Himalayas, go for Camel Rides while watching the sunset in the desert, eat as many varieties of food as you want, and even observe the Mighty Animal Kingdom in their natural habitat.

Considered to be the land which advocated the first human civilizations of the world, it is a roller coaster of destinations. From Great Walls protecting Massive Kingdoms to Royal Palaces with secrets hidden deep in the dungeons, from folktales to traditions embedded deep in the minds of people, this continent has everything you will want to see.

 

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Top 5 best Rooftops restaurants in Udaipur

Upre ( Best for Dinner) Upre restaurant by 1559 AD is one of the top-rated rooftop restaurants to enjoy dinner and drinks in Udaipur which is located on the terrace of Lake Pichola hotel facing city palace. Upre offers a breathtaking and amazing view of the lake along with the light music. The hotel is almost 95 years old but …

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Top 5 Extreme adventure sports

  Don’t ask for security ask for adventure”. -Jim Rohner If you want something extreme in your life then it is the opportunity for you to do something unbelievable. That gives you memorable days to remember for your entire life. This adventure helps you to forget all the stress and anxiety given by your work  1. Volcano surfing in Nicaragua …

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5 Offbeat Tourist Destinations You Never Knew Existed – The roads less travelled

Everyone wants travels to those famous destinations, the places are shown in the tourism ads, the places everyone knows about or talk about. But what about those which aren’t advertised or bragged about every now and then. How about exploring such areas where almost nobody goes. Someone might ask you, who goes to such a place? But that’s the question …

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