Places to see in Dubai Modern city
Dubai is a magnificent place for shopping, fine dining, sunbathing, partying and sporting events. You will probably be surprised but Dubai has the largest immigrant population in the world. Although is a desert city, Dubai has a huge advantage with a very advanced development, liberal policies in regional standards and a key location of only 5 hours from Europe and 3 hours by air from the Middle East, Near East and the Indian subcontinent.
Places to see in Dubai Old city
Dubai is one of the seven emirates which are part of the United Arab Emirates. By territorial size this is the second largest emirate after the capital of UAE which is Abu Dhabi. However Dubai it is the most progressive and modern emirate with a fast growth in tourism and trade fields.
Sam Roi Yot National Park in Hua Hin
Hua Hin is a reasort city in Thailand which is very popular for locals, especially for the ones living in Bangkok, due to its location on the seaside. Although there are many places to explore here some of them are located a little outside the city of Hua Hin and these worth the trip.
Temples in Ayutthaya
Ayutthaya is the capital of the province with the same name which is located in the valley of the Chao Phraya River in the central south area of Thailand. The strategic location of this city between China, India and the Malay Archipelago are making it a key trading Asian point. It was founded around the year of 1350 but the island is much older than that so there are many ancient places to see here.
History of Bangkok
Bangkok has a population of more than eleven million people, so it`s not just the capital of Thailand but also the largest city in this country. And as you probably guessed, like other capitals in the world, it comes with heavy traffic, interesting night life, tall buildings and a specific intense heat. But putting all these aside this is one of the most cosmopolitan cities in Asia.
Malacca – the multicultural city from Malaysia
Malacca is the capital of the state with the sane name and is located on the west side of Malaysia. The center of the city was included by UNESCO on the World Heritage list in July 2008. During your visit you will notice the large cultural and historical influence of Portuguese.
Places to see in Udon Thani
The city of Udon Thani is the capital of the province with the same name and is located in the northeast area of Thailand in the Isaan region. With a population of about 230000 people this is the fourth largest city in the country. It was founded in the year of 1890 and during the Vietnam War it was an important airbase which contributed to its evolvement and wealth increase.
Places to see in Nakhon Ratchasima
Nakhon Ratchasima is located in the northeast region of Thailand known under the name of Isaan, being the second largest city in this area. It is also the capital of Nakhom Ratchasima prvince and district with the same name. Due to its strategic location between Bangkok and Isaan this is a great escape land for tourists who a relooking for a nearby relaxation area.
Places to see in Songkhla
Songkhla is not just a city surrounded with beaches. It is located at the opening of Songkhla Lake to the Gulf of Thailand. This makes it a fishing town, an important harbor plus a major seaport located on the east side of Isthmus of Kra.
Wonderful beaches in Songkhla
Songkhla is the capital of the province with the same name and has a population of more than 75000 people. This is located in the south area of Thailand near the border with Malaysia. It is known as the city on the mountain due to its location but is also surrounded by wonderful beaches.