Just a while back, the travel360.com team had the opportunity to visit Lombok before heading off to the Gilis for a 4D3N stay, which we very much enjoyed — even if we didn’t know how to swim. But, you do get to catch sights such as these! Aside from the beautiful islands there is also much to be seen in the island of Lombok itself.
Olá! Como vai você?Quick: what comes to mind when you think of Portugal? We bet you thought of Cristiano Ronaldo, right? But if you’re familiar with our History books back in high school, you might still remember names such as Vasco de Gama and Afonso de Albuquerque. Yes, they were the famous explorers who trod through treacherous waters before stumbling upon Malaya.
From enchanting estuaries to pristine coastal waters, Perth in Western Australia is defined by bodies of water – each brimming with tales of its storied past and offering thrill seekers and nature lovers a gateway to aquatic adventures.White, wispy clouds dot Western Australia’s bright blue skies, floating across a sun that is anything but forgiving.
One of the bigger concerns of our Muslim friends when they’re planning for their trip to Hong Kong is the difficulty (or the idea) of finding proper halal food there, or even Muslim-friendly ones for that matter. But the good news is, it’s not that hard to find — some are even close to landmarks. Another thing to note is that when you go to Hong Kong, you’re definitely going to want to try proper Hong Kong and Chinese food.
Everybody says that travelling opens you up to a whole new world of adventures and experiences. But what everybody should also be saying is travelling also opens up a whole new hole in your wallet.So, what’s a guy to do? Don’t worry, this is what you came here for – six little known secrets to save BIG on your trips, so you can stay woke without going broke. Let’s start with the first one…1. You Don’t Have to Change All Your MoneyImage: FlickrWe’ve all been there.
Some time last year, we stumbled upon this Instagram handle: @travelingchapati. We thought it was quite a cute name, and what compelled us to hit the ‘follow’ button was because it was filled with nothing but photos of a certain dog — a once-stray named Chapati. As dog lovers ourselves, this easily made it to the top of our favourites list, and it also made us envy Chapati!
If you’re wondering where to go in Australia that’s perfect for all ages, you should seriously consider the Gold Coast.This is the place where urban development perfectly blends with nature. Amid the skyscrapers rising close to the beach, the lively three-kilometre strand of Surfers Paradise remains clean and beautiful.From Gold Coast airport to the city, you can get a shared airport transfer from as low as RM69.
Whip out your good ol’ passport and dust off your trusted backpack, it’s time to plan for your next adventure. If you’re feeling like you’re in a rut and in need for new destinations to explore, boy, do we have some suggestions for you! The sky’s the limit when it comes to your travel plans! But let’s start with the following 11:1. Goa, IndiaIsolated from the rest of the country for more than 450 years by Portuguese rule, Goa has a distinct identity compared to the rest of India.
Everyone dreams of a beach/island getaway; it’s a given. We’re helplessly attracted to the seas and sand, and some fun under the sun. However, for us non-swimmers, this could pose as a problem — or even a risk, at most.But, we can’t help it. We want to dip our toes in the hot sand and experience the clear, blue waters and come out of the sea looking like Halle Berry.So, what’s a person to do?
As part of travel360.com’s own UNESCO World Heritage sites week, we list down some of the most amazing sites in our very own backyard, so to speak. While there are three categories to choose from, these sites actually had to go through a stringent qualification process – which we have detailed here. Here, we list down countries in Asia that specifically address cultural properties that made it on to the list here.You know what’s the best part, though?
The UNESCO World Heritage List Has All the World’s Top Attractions – But How Do They Qualify for It?
The Sydney Opera House in Australia, Kinabalu Park in Malaysia, Robben Island in South Africa and the Galapagos Islands in Ecuador. It may seem that these attractions have nothing in common with each being in such different parts of the world and being so different from each other, but they actually do.