Khao Phing Kan or Ko Khao Phing Kan is an island in Thailand, in Phang Nga Bay northeast of Phuket.
Built by King Phra Phutthayotfa Chulalok (known as Rama I) who was also the founder of the current royal dynasty, this palace used to house…
This 829.8 m skyscraper soaring above Dubai is the tallest building in the world.
The Temple of Reclining Buddha is in the highest ranks of importance of Thai temples - a royal temple.
Known among the locals as the Peak, it is the highest mountain on Hong Kong island.
The imposing light performance was awarded the Largest Permanent Light and Sound Show by the Guinness World Records.
Built in the early 7th century AD, this is the oldest as well as the most visited temple in Tokyo.
The largest shopping mall in the world. A must if you've come to Dubai for shopping or entertainment.
Looking at this tower, you may think for a moment that you found yourself in Paris.
One of the most popular areas of Osaka and a great place to visit if you want to taste delicious Japanese cuisine or do some souvenir…
The stunning residence of the Japanese emperor located on the former site of Edo Castle.
When these fountains go off, it is a sight like no other. Do not miss this lustrous gem right by the Burj Khalifa, visible from everywhere…
This is the head of more than 30 thousand Inari shrines (the most numerous shrines) scattered all over Japan.
The Corniche is located in the city of Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates.
A glimmering miracle. The market specialises in gold and is definitely worth the visit even for sightseeing and its unique atmosphere.
One of the busiest boulevards of Istanbul is bustling with life at any time of the day or night.
This ancient sight dating back to the 1st century BC is simply breathtaking.
Jaffa is not only the oldest part of Tel Aviv-Yafo, but also one of the oldest ports in the world.
The world's holiest Christian site is presumably built on the place of both the crucifixion and the tomb of Jesus, and is thus a major…
Marvel at this 7th-century dominant, said to be the first dome-shaped shrine to be built, can be seen from all over Jerusalem.
The city's Citadel known as the Tower of David dates more than 2.700 years back.