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Highlights: Angkor Wat, Elephant Terrance,Floating Village, Angkor Silk Farm

Travelling Period : 01 November 2015 to 31 March 2016

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Highlights: Adventure, Cultural & historical, Family, Nature & wildlife

Pokhara’s bewitching beauty has been the subject of many travel writers. Its pristine air, spectacular backdrop of snowy peaks, serene lakes and surrounding greenery make it ‘the jewel in the Himalaya’, a place of remarkable natural beauty. With the magnificent Annapurna range forming the backdrop and the serenity of three major lakes – Phewa, Rupa and Begnas – Pokhara is the ultimate destination for relaxation. Pokhara Valley, gateway to the Annapurna region where many a trekker finds his Shangri-la, sits high on the list of ‘must visit’ places in Nepal.

Kathmandu Valley comprises the three ancient cities of Kathmandu, Patan and Bhaktapur, which were once independent states ruled by the Malla kings from the 12th to the 18th centuries. The three cities house seven UNESCO World Heritage shrines which are together listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site (Culture). The valley is also home to hundreds of other exquisite monuments, sculptures, artistic temples and magnificent art – reminders of the golden era in Nepal’s architecture.

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Highlights: Palmyra, Krak des Chevaliars, Hama ,Maaloula Village, English-speaking guide

Syria is a Middle East country located at the connecting point of Europe, Asia and Africa. This strategic location made Syria the focal point of ancient civilization. In fact, no one could go to the west or the east without passing through Syria. These facets made this beautiful Middle Eastern become famous with people from both the east and the west. Syria is surrounded by 5 countries; Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Iraq and Turkey. To its south is a short coast line on the east Mediterranean Sea with beautiful beaches. The state is about 185,180 square kilometers and hosts about 19 million people. Its capital city, Damascus, is home to some of the most amazing architecture in the Middle East. The Khan As'ad Pasha, for example, was built in 1752. There are other attractions that will definitely interest anyone on tour in Syria, for example, the Sayyida Seinab Mosque, the Palmyra Museum, the National Museum and the Azem Palace

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Highlights: English-speaking guide, Bogyoke Market & Chinatown, The Golden Rock, Mahapasana Cave & Pagodas, Kanbawzathadi Palace & Museum, Shwethalyaung Reclining Buddha
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Highlights: City Break, Cultural & historical

The Sri Lankan mystique perseveres, unfurling before the senses as soon you arrive: the heavy warm air, the rich green foliage, the luxuriant swirls of the Sinhalese alphabet, the multicoloured Buddhist flags, and the kaleidoscope of saris, fruits, jewellery and spices on display in the markets.

During this tour you will visit Kandy, the last royal capital of Sri Lanka at115km from Colombo at 465 meters above sea level. Famous for the Temple of the Tooth and many other temples, the city could be called the cultural capital of the island. This bustling market town is rich in cultural diversity and has plenty to offer from songs dances and handy crafts to ancient temples and adventure activities. This sacred city is a UNESCO World Heritage site.


 

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Highlights: English-speaking guide, Dambulla Cave Temple, Spice Garden in Matale, Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic, Enjoy “Tea experience”

COLOMBO
Colombo - the capital of Sri Lanka - is the largest city and main port of Sri Lanka. It is also the commercial and financial center of Sri Lanka. A bustling metropolis, the city is an attractive blend of old and new. It has the lazy charm of the bygone era combined with the verve and vivaciousness of a modern city. Colombo is an ideal location to start the Sri Lanka sojourn.

The Sri Lankan mystique perseveres, unfurling before the senses as soon you arrive: the heavy warm air, the rich green foliage, the luxuriant swirls of the Sinhalese alphabet, the multicoloured Buddhist flags, and the kaleidoscope of saris, fruits, jewellery and spices on display in the markets.

KANDY
Kandy, the last royal capital of Sri Lanka is a major tourist destination. (115km from Colombo at 465 meters above sea level). Famous for the Temple of the Tooth and many other temples, the city could be called the cultural capital of the island. This bustling market town is rich in cultural diversity and has plenty to offer from songs dances and handy crafts to ancient temples and adventure activities. This sacred city is a UNESCO World Heritage site.

SIGIRIYA
Nothing in Sri Lanka captures the imagination more than a 200 meter lump of granite that rises starkly above the flat central plains. Sigiriya has it all - a blood-stained history full of intrigue, astonishing frescos of bare-breasted maidens painted 15 centuries ago, a wall covered in graffiti that is more than 1,000 years old and, to top it all, Asia's oldest surviving landscape garden. This is a UNESCO World Heritage site.

DAMBULLA
Dambulla Cave Temple is about 12 miles south west of Sigiriya. The largest cave carries some 48 statues of Lord Buddha alone, with statues of some Hindu gods, (Vishnu and Saman). The statues of the Hindu gods date back to the 12th century, when Hinduism took root in Sri Lanka and started influencing the arts. The history of the caves themselves dates back to the 2nd or 1st century B.C., when King Valagam Bahu who was escaping the invading army that drove him out of Anuradhapura, took refuge in these caves. This is a UNESCO World Heritage site.


 

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Bangkok, Thailand's capital, offers something for everyone. It is a huge city full of great shopping, nightlife, good food and tourist attractions. You can admire Buddhist temples, get a Thai massage, shop in some of the best shopping malls in Asia or visit floating markets. If you are planning to travel to the islands in southern Thailand for a beach holiday, make sure to stop in Bangkok for a few days. There are excellent hotels in the city too, including many luxury hotels with views over the Chao Phraya River. Hua Hin is a seaside resort on the Gulf of Thailand. Once a quiet fishing village, it grew into a fashionable escape for residents of Bangkok after the 1920s, when the Thai royal family built summer palaces here. Hua Hin Beach, popular for kitesurfing and other water sports, is the main stretch of sand, lined with high-end hotels and seafood shacks.

 

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Highlights: Sasak Village, Kuta Beach, Tanjung Aan, , Sukarara, Pink Beach

Explore the wonder of Lombok Island with this comprehensive tour that goes in depth into the history, nature, culture and life of the locals. You will be brought to the traditional Sasak Village, the Bayan Old Mosque, Sendang Gile waterfall and more. 

The Sasak people are an indigenous tribe that makes up 85% of the population on Lombok Island. In Sasak Village, you will be exposed to their traditional way of living that is unfazed by the modernizing surroundings.

At the foot of Mount Rinjani sits the village of Bayan and also the Bayan Old Mosque. Also known as Beleq Bayan, this 300-year old historic mosque is made from woven bamboo built on a stone foundation. Inside laid the tomb of one of the first Muslim missionaries in the region; while on both sides of the mosque is the tomb of the earliest religious leaders that has taken care of the mosque. 

 

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Highlights:   Taj Mahal,  Agra Fort,  Deluxe house boat

New Delhi, the capital and the third largest city of India is a fusion of the ancient and the modern. Delhi displays a picture rich with culture, architecture and human diversity, deep in history, monuments, museums, galleries, gardens and exotic shows. Comprising of two contrasting yet harmonious parts, the Old Delhi and New Delhi, the city is a travel hub of Northern India.

Steeped with Mughal history, Old Delhi, takes you through the labyrinthine streets passing through formidable mosques, monuments and forts. You will also discover lively and colorful bazaars which boasts of goods and items at mind-blowing prices in the midst of a barely controlled chaotic ambience.

The imperial city of New Delhi displays the finely curved architecture of the British Raj. It generates a mesmerizing charm reflecting well-composed and spacious streets under the shade of beautifully lined avenues of trees and tall and imposing government buildings.

Srinagar is the summer capital of the state of Jammu and Kashmir and is the pride of the beautiful valley of Kashmir. Srinagar, famous for its lakes, gardens and the charming rows of houseboats floating on them is also called heaven on earth. It is also known for traditional kashmiri handicrafts, kashmiri clothes and dry fruits. When The Mughal emperor Jahangir visited the valley of Kashmir he was so enthralled by the beauty of this valley that he suddenly exclaimed "Gar firdaus, ruhe zamin ast, hamin asto, hamin asto, hamin asto" (If there is a heaven on earth, it's here, it's here, it's here). And if the visitors are coming here for the first time then they just can't deny what the emperor said.

Agra formerly known as Akbarabad, was once a symbol of Mughal power and aspiration, but it was also their residence and they filled it with lavish gardens and elegant palaces, It was the capital of India during the Mughal era and it's a city of rich heritage of art, culture and architecture. The most famous building of the city is obviously the Taj Mahal, the king Shah Jahan built it for his loving wife Mumtaj Mahal. It is one of the New 7 Wonders of the world, and one of three World Heritage Sites in the city, the others being Agra Fort and Fatehpur Sikri. The great Taj Mahal appears pink in the morning, white during the noon and golden in the moon light.

Jaipur, the Pink City is the capital of Rajasthan. Jaipur is surrounded on all sides by rugged hills, crowned with forts & enclosed by embattled walls. Houses with latticed windows line the streets with their rose pink colour, lending enchantment to the scene, which is almost magical at sunset.

The whole city was painted in pink colour by Maharaja Man Singh II when Prince of Wales, later Edward VII, visited Jaipur in 1876 AD.

Jaipur and its surroundings are rather like an endless museum. The city also offers an endless variety of crafts with the Jaipur's lacquer bangles being famous all over the world.

 

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