30

July

2011

Hanoi Opera House – The grand old la…

Located on the bank of the Red river is the capital of Vietnam, Hanoi where one will find a fusion of both east and west intermingled with Chinese and French effects. Despite years of revolutions, the city today appears rising like a phoenix. Architectural influences from the 1970s and 1980s are distinctly visible …

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30

July

2011

In pursuit of great flavours in the Va…

The best way to experience swan valley would be to journey along its winding path of Swan valley food and wine trail which stretches to 32 km with as many as 150 places of interest along the way from wineries to breweries to restaurants and shops. Strolling along this path, one comes upon …

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8

July

2011

Mae Kok River Cruise – A delightful …

Having originated in this location due to the existence of the river which was the main trade artery between Chiang Rai and the Thaton-Fang, the Thaton boat service currently runs primarily for the passengers. An ideal way to behold the backwoods of Chiang Rai Province, the boat ride departs from the dock in …

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7

July

2011

Hamilton Gardens – An embodiment of …

The most popular attraction in the entire Waikato region, The Hamilton Gardens attracts around 600,000 visitors every year. When travellers venture in to the gardens for themselves, it soon becomes apparent why. The gardens are divided in to four subsections each of which houses several smaller gardens inside. These main areas are known …

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