Takashima Castle Park, nestled in the heart of Japan, transforms into a breathtaking spectacle during the Sakura season. As spring unfolds, the park’s cherry blossoms, or Sakura, burst into bloom, creating a captivating sea of delicate pink and white hues. The ancient castle, with its historic architecture, serves as a picturesque backdrop to this natural spectacle.
Tsubosaka-dera Temple, situated in the serene landscapes of Nara, Japan, is a cultural gem with roots dating back over 1,300 years. Nestled on Mount Yoshino, this heritage site provides a panoramic view of the surrounding mountains and valleys, particularly breathtaking during the cherry blossom season.
Perched atop a cluster of picturesque hills in Karnataka, Chitradurga Fort is a formidable testament to the region’s historical legacy. Dating back to the 17th century, this massive fortification is renowned for its ingenious military architecture, featuring a complex series of concentric walls, bastions, and gateways.
The Hoysaleshwara Temple in Halebidu, once the capital of the Hoysala dynasty in the 12th century, is a remarkable masterpiece of architecture and sculpture dedicated to Lord Shiva.
Today we visit the Mahanakhon Observatory and skywalk. The imposing tower dominates Bangkok’s skyline and offers a unique experience to visitors of walking on a transparent glass platform with a bird eye’s view of the iconic city
Nestled in the picturesque landscape of Ladakh, the Stok Palace & Monastery stands as a profound reflection of the rich cultural heritage of this remote Himalayan region. Visitors can also get to see some of the unique collection of crowns, royal attires, and other significant materials inside the palace.
Today we go for a night photo-walk to Fushimi Inari-taisha, the head shrine of the kami Inari, located just a train stop away from the bustling city of Kyoto.
Zenkō-ji is a Buddhist temple located in the city of Nagano, Japan. The temple was built in the 7th century. The modern city of Nagano began as a town built around the temple.
The Gifu Great Buddha is a massive Buddhist statue located in Shōhō-ji in Gifu Prefecture of Japan. Completed in 1832 CE, it is the only Daibutsu created of wood and lacquer.