The Ministry of Economy and Innovation & Lithuania Travel has launched a new travel campaign to entice travelers.
Up to 500 Lithuanian short-term accommodation providers have joined forces with the Ministry of Economy and Innovation & Lithuania Travel, the national tourism development agency, for a new tourism campaign: tourists who stay in the country for three nights or more will get one night free of charge. 10,000 registered independent travelers will receive a complimentary night at an accommodation provider not exceeding €65 to tour the country for one more day.
Brasov is cute, compact and colorful. A short getaway to this vibrant Romanian city made one of my life’s best trips. Cobblestone streets, amazing cafes and bars made it a perfect destination. Although I have shared a lot of stories and images of Brasov in the past on my blog, I could not resist myself from posting more images about this amazing city. When I arrived at Henri Coanda International Airport, Bucharest, my friend came straight from Brasov to receive me. And from there I started my Romanian sojourn. Have you been to Romania ? If yes, please do share with me your experience. I would like to listen your stories.
One of Hua Hin’s popular tourist spots is Hua Hin railway station – perhaps one of the prettiest train stations I have ever seen in my life. This instagram-worthy station was built in 1910.
In 1926, it was again rebuilt by Prince Purachatra Jayakara.
Located on the Western end of Damnernkasem Road, this station attracts hundreds of tourists everyday. Brightly painted wooden buildings are some of the highlights of the station. One can also enjoy a train ride from Hua Hin to Bangkok. And the four hour journey will not disappoint you. So next time when you are in Hua Hin, make sure you visit this vibrant station.
Thanks to KLM Airlines, you can win a free trip to South Africa.
The prize includes:
1) Two round-trip Economy Class tickets with KLM to Cape Town.
2) An overnight stay at a nearby airport hotel after arrival at 10:30 pm at Cape Town airport.
3) Transfer to the Grootbos Private Nature Reserve.
4) Two nights in the Grootbos Private Nature Reserve, including breakfast, two 3-course lunches and two 5-course dinners.
5) Various excursions, such as a 4×4 botanical jeep safari, a visit to the Klipgat cave and a hike through the Milkwood Forest.
What not to miss while holidaying in Hua Hin? Night Market. Absolutely vibrant and entertaining. From lip-smacking food items to cheap clothes, from handmade stuffs to live cooking, this place brings hundreds of locals and foreigners alike together every night. I really enjoyed taking strolls around the area. Street vendors allure their customers with fancy display of local delicacies. I really had a wonderful time there and would love to visit this lively and colorful market again. 🙂
This gentle and innocent animal somehow managed to come out from his abode (Chitwan National Park). I was having my breakfast at a roadside tea stall when I heard some noise. I immediately took out my DSLR from my bag and captured his beauty.
What comes to your mind when you think of Japan ? For me, it is their rich culture and tradition. Thanks to the Japan Foundation, I completely enjoyed their recently concluded exhibition titled “The Doll of Japan” in Delhi.
Hundreds of dolls as well as paintings and ceramics were displayed in the exhibition. Since ancient times, dolls have been a part of everyday life in Japan. The dolls reflect the customs and traditions of Japan and its people.
All the images were taken with a Mi4 mobile phone.