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Situated in Southeast Asia on the South China Sea, the country of Vietnam is well known for its rivers, beaches, lively cities, and Buddhist pagoda temples. It is full of French landmarks from the colonial period, museums of war history, and Cu Chi tunnels that were used by the Viet Cong soldiers who gave the marines from the United States a tough time. Hanoi is its capital and it has a huge mausoleum made out of marble as a tribute to its iconic leader, Ho Chi Minh.
The country of Belgium, officially known as the Kingdom of Belgium, is a sovereign state in Western Europe. A small, densely populated country that has an interesting blend of Germanic and Latin European cultures, it has two main linguistic groups: the Dutch-speaking and French-speaking communities. It is this beautiful little nation that Pallavi Vasireddi and her family visited recently. The group of eight landed in Brussels, and went on to visit Antwerp, Bruges and Ghent on a five-day trip. The family wanted a short, scenic vacation, and with its beautiful landscapes, fine architecture and culturally rich art, Belgium made an excellent choice.
New years and new beginnings have come and gone, and so have the many resolutions along with them. Whether you’reon trackto reach your goals or just couldn’t help but slip a bit, there’s still one thing no one should miss out on this year: the opportunity to travel and explore the world. So before you mentally start racking up the many obligations and commitments that are in store for the year, how about taking a look at your new travel bucket list? From a quick getaway to a lengthy exploration, rejuvenating in a faraway countryside or walking city streets bustling with life, here are 10 places around the globe that aresure to offer every traveller something new!
Perched high in the Himalayas, the tiny, remote and mystical kingdom of Bhutan is among the most culturally rich of all Himalayan nations. A visit to Bhutan has been a long-standing dream, and it finally came true last month when a few friends and I decided on a five-day trip to the “Land of Druk,” or the “Land of Thunder Dragon,” where time stands still.