Most of tourists struggling to choose where to visit in Cultural triangle!In the north-central area of Sri Lanka, dry plains and rocky outcrops are home to the famous Cultural Triangle. This region, the home of ancient Sinhalese royalty is loaded with ancient ruins and restored temples, a must visit when in Sri Lanka. The way in which The Cultural Triangle is experienced will be very different in terms of how much time is spent there.Why a triangle?The Cultural Triangle is so called because it includes three major sites that form a triangle. Anuradhapura to the north, Polonaruwa to the east and Kandy to the south-west.Ancient Kingdoms, Ancient capitals, Dagobas, Sculptures, A Holy Tree, Cave Temples,Tanks, Rocky outcrops and many more to visit.So we have design this tour as a tailor made where you can customize it on your preferences. Basically added top attractions in Anuradhapura, Polonnaruwa and Sigiriya/Dambulla. However you can extend this tour to Kandy on your request.
Thanks to its rich Hindu heritage, Bali is blessed with beautiful temples (or Balinese Hindu temples). Take a half-day tour to the temple and sunset that must be visited on this island. Visit the magnificent 17th-century royal family temple in Taman Ayun. Its name refers to the beautiful water park around the holy site. To get there, go to Alas Kedaton Temple and Forest, a place where you will meet monkeys and flying foxes. End the tour by gazing at the majestic orange sun set behind Tanah Lot, a Hindu holy temple built on rocky outcrops and surrounded by sparkling seas. Explore temples, learn more about Balinese history, and enjoy stunning views.
Thanks to its rich Hindu heritage, Bali is blessed with architecturally beautiful pura (or Balinese Hindu temples). Take a half day tour of the island's must-see temples and sunsets. Visit the magnificent 17th century royal family temple of Taman Ayun. Its name refers to the beautiful water garden surrounding the holy site. To get there, go through Alas Kedaton Temple and Forest, where you will meet monkeys and flying foxes. Finally, cap off the tour by gazing at the magnificent orange sunset behind Tanah Lot, a sacred Hindu shrine built on a rocky outcrop and surrounded by the shimmering ocean. Explore the temples, learn more about Bali's history, and enjoy the breathtaking views.
Do not miss the opportunity and visit Luxor, the capital of the Pharaohs, on a one-day trip to the west bank that contains the tombs of kings and queens which carved in the rocky mountains professionally for thousands of years and also contains the most beautiful Egyptian temples in which they built their funerary and religious rituals and these scenes decorate their tombs and temples as well as in papyri That was found, and you will be surprised by the visit (Valley of the Kings Temple, Tutankhamun’s Tomb – Hatshepsut Temple – Medinet Habu – Valley of the Queens and Nefertari Cemetery – Ramessium Temple -)
Visit the 7th century plaster painted Buddhas on the rocky walls. Kayaking or village walk and Kayin foods tasting. Drive through Hpa-An full day and visit landmark caves and places such as Sadan Cave, Kawka Thwang Cave, visit Zwekabin Mountain and Kyaukalat Pagoda, and other temples as well as Kayin Villages, Bat Cave, and etc. Visit Bayin Nyi Cave, lunch stop in Thaton. Boat ride will include.
Mount Abu is a hill station in western India’s Rajasthan state, near the Gujarat border. Set on a high rocky plateau in the Aravalli Range and surrounded by forest, it offers a relatively cool climate and views over the arid plains below. In the center of town, Nakki Lake is a popular spot for boating. Close by are the centuries-old Dilwara Temples, ornately carved from white marble and of great spiritual importance.
Day 1: Visit the sites that make up the cultural and historical characteristics of the capital region.Day 2: Come to the unesco-recognized beauty of the world heritage to see the majestic beauty of Halong BayDay 3: Come to Hoa Lu ancient capital, visit the temples of 2 kings of Vietnamese history. After that, experience the feeling of sitting on a boat along the river with majestic rocky sides on either side
Jodhpur is known for the palaces, forts and temples in the midst of the stark Thar Desert of Rajasthan. It is hailed as the “Blue City” for the blue-painted houses in the older part of the fort town. Jodhpur’s key attraction is the 15th century Mehrangarh Fort, an architectural masterpiece made of red sandstone, perched on a rocky cliff 125 m above the cities’ skyline. Around the base, the town is a cultural hotpot of temples and bazaars, selling traditionalclothes, antique items, and Jodhpuri shoes, the Jodhpuri mojari.We take you to visit the Umaid Bhawan Palace, Jaswant Thada, Mehrangarh Museum, and the Rao Jodha Desert Rock Park.
Embark on 3 days trip to Mount Abu in a private vehicle. Mount Abu is a hill station in Rajasthan, set on a high rocky plateau in the Aravalli Range and surrounded by forest, it offers a relatively cool climate and views over the arid plains below. In the center of town, Nakki Lake is a popular spot for boating. Close by are the centuries-old Dilwara Temples, ornately carved from white marble and of great spiritual importance.