8:10 am October 24, 2014 | No Comment
Mashhad, Iran’s second-largest city and the capital of Khorasan province, is around 900 kilometers east of Tehran. It’s an important city for Shiite Muslims because it houses the mausoleum and shrine of Imam Reza, the seventh descendant of the Prophet Muhammad and the eighth of the Twelve Imams of the Twelver Shiite sect.
9:39 am October 15, 2014 | No Comment
The Thai tourism resort of Koh Samui doesn’t have that crass commercial feel of similar sites in Bangkok, Phuket or even Bali; there’s none of that nickel-and-diming that so frequently mars the travel experience elsewhere.
4:45 pm October 13, 2014 | No Comment
There are things that can be prioritized in the Swiss city of Lucerne if one only has less than a day to visit. Top of the list should include exploring the city’s various landmarks, including that of the mournful lion sculpture carved on the edge of a stone cliff surrounded by a body of water.
5:15 pm October 11, 2014 | No Comment
The Jakarta Globe was recently invited to Japan to witness how Tokyo and other cities strive to be ultra-modern and efficient, as well as remain naturally and culturally rich and beautiful.
12:05 pm October 11, 2014 | No Comment
Hotel Majapahit in Surabaya may be Indonesia’s most historically relevant, having witnessed the country’s independence from both Dutch colonialism and Japanese occupation.
7:05 pm October 6, 2014 | No Comment
Gelato shops became important landmarks during one gourmant's cultural trip. It probably helped that gelato in Rome costs about the same as a can of soda and was available on every street corner.
12:41 am September 26, 2014 | No Comment
As part of the Intiland Development, one of the biggest property development empire in Indonesia, Intiwhiz is all about bringing the most promising hospitality management further on the surface, with affordable prices and total comforts for travelers. By bringing the concept of “Smart” and “Dynamic”, which represent through the unique shapes of its logo, Intiwhiz […]