The Philippines consists of 7107 islands, of which only about 2000 are inhabited
altitude: 12400 ft. (3750m)
Thrumshingla Pass situated under the Thrumshingla National Park, home to globally threatened birds and animals. It is connecting two cities, Monggar and Bumthang. This is the second-highest mountain pass in Bhutan at 3750 meters (12400 ft) above sea level.
Your first 10,000 photographs are your worst.
Kolkata Durga Puja
A secret tale of faraway fantasy, Layap Tribal, Bhutan
In end of a very rainy month, a very dark cloudy day came in the peaceful land of Tibet. Tibetans were scattered here and there for finding a dry shelter. One day a gigantic thunder lightened the whole sky and the great hero of Tibet Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyal atlast found a new land, a new horizon to see the green valleys of peace and spirituality. And that was The Land of Thunder Dragon, Bhutan. When he first entered in that new region he went through a village, which was Laya, in the Gasa district, where he met an indigenous people, called Layap Tibal, so called the highlander of
The Vigeland Park, covering an area of 80 acres or 3,20,000 sq. mt. in the city of Oslo, is the world’s largest Sculpture Park, made by a single artist, Gustav Vigeland.
A picture is a secret about a secret, the more it tells you the less you know.
Tsechu are annual religious Bhutanese festivals held in Paro district of Bhutan on the tenth day of a month April. It is among the biggest of the tsechus in terms of participation and audience.
When visit Bhutan, you will become one of the few who have experienced the charm and magic of one of the world’s most enigmatic countries.
In China’s Yunnan Province is the famous stone topography of Shilin, meaning “Stone Forest” Covering an area of three-hundred square kilometers, the stone forest is a massive otherworldly landscape of karst formations over 270 million years old. Stone Forest had been known since the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644 A.D.) as the First Wonder of the World. Two of the smaller individual stone forests, NaiguStone Forest and Suogeyi Village, are a part of the South China Karst, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
According to legend, the forest is the birthplace of Ashima, a beautiful girl of the Yi people. After falling in love she was forbidden to marry her chosen suitor and instead turned into a stone in the forest that still bears her name. Each year on the 24th day of the sixth lunar month, many Yi people celebrate the Torch Festival, which features folk dances and wrestling competitions.
A perfect nostalgic place to taste the world’s finest tea, Darjeeling
Just imagine you are sitting on a soft relax chair and tasting the world’s most finest tea, beside the foggy mall road, from where you can hear the exciting whistle of historical Toy-Train. Is there any more comfort feelings in the world than this? Well, to me it’s the most perfect moment of my laziest travel diary page. Yes, my travel friends, I roamed around the world, tasted so many beverages, saw so many landscapes, clicked so many mountains. But, Darjeeling, the Queen of Hills took me in a fantasy book by her breathtaking views and the smelly blood of her, which we knows as the perfect Darjeeling tea.