Kuching, is the capital and the most populous city in the state of Sarawak in Malaysia.
Sikkim is a strategically located hill State covering an area of 7096 sq kms (which accounts for 0.2% of the total area of India) Sikkim is one of the smallest States in India both in terms of population and area. The Kingdom of Sikkim was founded by the Namgyal dynasty in the 17th century. It was ruled by Buddhist priest-kings known as the Chogyal. The history of Sikkim, begins with contacts between ancient Hindus and Tibetans, followed by the establishment of a Buddhist kingdom or Chogyal in the 17th century. It became a princely state of the British Indian Empire in 1890. Following Indian independence, Sikkim continued its protectorate status with the Union of India after 1947 and the Republic of India after 1950.
This tour would take you into the oldest rain forest in the world. On this tour you will discover the eco system and the bio diversity of the rainforest, see how the plants and trees survive at the ground level and at the tree top levels. You will have the opportunity to visit one of the hides in the jungle at night to spot for wild animals. Experience the old train rides from JB to Jerantut. Enjoy the beautiful boat ride into Taman Negara seeing life along the river banks and along the river. Your nature guide would show you the different plants and herbs found in the jungle and introduce to you natives of the jungle as well.
While there are a few cities in the country, what makes New Zealand special is its natural beauty. If you're looking to lose yourself in secluded, sandy beaches, thermal springs, towering mountains or coloured lakes, New Zealand is the place to go. This particular tour covers North Island that features hot springs and bubbling mud pools that come with intense geothermal activity, Lake Taupō - said to be the largest, bluest, freshwater lake in New Zealand & the southern hemisphere, Hobbiton - arguably one of the most popular attractions in New Zealand and Hamilton Gardens - named as one of the top 1% of travel experiences in the world.
Landlocked Mongolia, affectionately called as “The Land of the Eternal Blue Sky” among locals, is located between Russia to the north and China to the south, deep within the interior of eastern Asia far from any ocean. The country has a marked continental climate, with long cold winters and short cool-to-hot summers. Its remarkable variety of scenery consists largely of upland steppes, semideserts, and deserts, although in the west and north forested high mountain ranges alternate with lake-dotted basins. Mongolia is largely a plateau, with an average elevation of about 1,580 metres above sea level. The highest peaks are in the Mongolian Altai Mountains (Mongol Altain Nuruu) in the southwest, a branch of the Altai Mountains system. Some three-fourths of Mongolia’s area consists of pasturelands, which support the immense herds of grazing livestock for which the country is known. The remaining area is about equally divided between forests and barren deserts, with only a tiny fraction of the land under crops. With a total population of fewer than three million, Mongolia has one of the lowest average population densities of any country in the world.
Negombo is known for its long sandy beaches and centuries old fishing industry. Negombo has a large bilingual (Sinhala/Tamil) population with a clear Roman Catholic majority. Matale, this midsize regional city at the heart of the island lies in a broad, fertile valley at an elevation of 300m. Matale is a featureless urban sprawl with a congested one-way system, so you're unlikely to want to linger long. However, the road north of town is lined with dozens of visitor-friendly spice plantations where vanilla, rubber, cinchona, jackfruit, cocoa and cardamom thrive. The area is also famous for kohila (a type of watercress) and small, milNuwara Eliya - The ‘Little England’ of Sri Lanka, is set against beautiful backdrops of Mountains, Valleys, Waterfalls and Tea Plantations. It is supposed to be one of the coolest places in the Island, but it is really just like an English spring day, although the temperature does drop at night. All around Nuwara Eliya you see evidence of the British influence, houses like country cottages or Queen Ann style mansions. Seasons may be absent elsewhere in Sri Lanka, but here you can read them by the flowers, which bloom in the spring (March to May) and the fall (August and September). These are the “seasons” when low-country folk flock to Nuwara Eliya to escape the sea level heat and humidity. d chilies.
Picture a village inhabited by all the different types of Thai fruit. A group of exuberant young grapes and rambutans goof off as pretty lychees and strawberries giggle. A cheerful rose apple works in the garden as well-dressed pineapples gossip with ripe papayas about the carefree oranges, mangoes and coconuts mixing it up on the beach. An awkward banana sits away from the others, deep in thought, and withered old melons gripe about “grapes these days”. But when the durian comes to town, everyone drops what they’re doing to pay respect to this, the undeniable king of Thai fruits. Like a playground in the sun, the East Coast is known for its beautiful beaches, and runs from just east of Bangkok all the way down to Ban Hat Lek in Trat, which borders Cambodia. The region encompasses the coastal provinces of Chonburi, Rayong, and Chanthaburi and Trat. Thailand's east has much to offer, from delectable fruits to lush forests. Chanthaburi and Rayong duo City Trip double the fun as you can satisfy your adventurous spirit while gratifying your craving for seasonal tropical fruits.
Komodo National Park Reaching up to 3m in length and more than 150 kg, Komodo dragons are the world’s largest living lizards. Thriving in the harsh climate of Indonesia's Lesser Sunda Islands, Komodo dragons have lived for millions of years. In 1980, the UNESCO World Heritage Komodo National Park was established to protect the Komodo dragon and its habitat. This refuge is also home to species such as the orange-footed scrub fowl and Timor deer, as well as a rich marine environment supporting whales, dolphins, sea turtles, sharks, corals, sponges, manta rays, and more than a thousand species of fish. Komodo dragons only live on a hand full of islands in Indonesia. The crocodile and the Orah, as it is called by the locals, are the closest we have to dinosaurs. The dragons have long been a source of major fascination for the peoples of Flores who share their islands with them, till today. Discover History, Myth and Folklore of the Komodo Dragon.
East Coast Peninsula Malaysia show cases the real culture of the Malays, the way they live and the food they eat as well. Traditional Malay houses on stilts are still found and more art works are found as well like brass works, mangkuang weaving, batik painting..etc..