Sziget Festival in Budapest Hungary is one of the largest music and cultural celebrations in Europe celebrating music and love. It starts soon and Vishanth of Visualization Blog, shares his tips for Sziget festival from two separate trips! The Complete Guide to Sziget Festival In the beautiful city of Budapest, Hungary lays the island of Obuda, which turns into an island… Read More
Cultural travel can be one of the most rewarding ways to travel. Immersing culture of a destination gives you a better understanding of each place you visit.
It is known as the Festival of Colours and it is unlike anything you’ve ever seen. Holi is a Hindu festival that takes place across India but nowhere celebrates the Holi Festival with more spirit than Mathura, the birthplace of Krishna. Holi Festival India We were traveling in Punjab at the time wondering where we should celebrate when we heard that the best… Read More
Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery is a quirky, unique treasure found some 400 steps above Hong Kong. Walk along a path lined by golden Buddha statues striking innumerable poses ranging from elated to solemn and everything in-between. Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery The Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery is perhaps one of the city’s most memorable cultural sites. Unlike most temples in Hong… Read More
We had been back in India a mere two days when we made our way to Punjab to witness the Golden Temple. Sikhism’s Holiest site, this temple welcomes all to enjoy its beauty and spirituality. Dave and I don’t normally become excited over temples, but the Golden Temple is incredibly impressive and beautiful. It is not a large temple, but it is impressive. Built in 1577, the temples dome is guilded with 750 kg of pure gold.
Man Mo Temple is a smoky, atmospheric, magical delight of a temple located in Hong Kong. Built in 1847 during the Qing Dynasty, it is considered one of the oldest temples in the city and is famous for its saturated hues of gold and red coils of incense. About Man Mo Temple Man Mo Temple has been used to worship… Read More
When visiting Nikko, a stay at a Japanese Ryokan is a must. Nikko is as traditional as it gets. Named a UNESCO World Heritage Site, it is one of Japan’s most sacred regions. For centuries it has been a mountain centre of worship for Shinto and Buddhist religions and Nikko saw the first Shogun of Japan. Today it is an… Read More