From temples and pagodas to monasteries and museums, you couldn’t ask for a better place to celebrate culture and history than Nepal.
Nature | Culture Tours
UNESCO Heritage Sites
The Living Goddess, Kathmandu Durbar Square
Patan Durbar Square
Bhaktapur Durbar Square
Serving the finest Nepali of Nepali flavors, Krishnarpan is a slow dining experience reminiscent of the ritual feasts enjoyed by the Kathmandu Valley’s Newari community.
Explore one of the area’s many natural wonders, including Phewa Lake, Begnas Lake, Rupa Lake, Devi’s Falls, or the Seti River gorge.
Pokhara is home to the serene Phewa Lake, as well as magnificent panoramas of the Annapurna range.
Our experts have arranged a variety of activities for you at every destination to create memories of a lifetime.
The Paro Taktsang (Tiger’s Nest) monastery is a Buddhist temple located in the Paro district, clinging to a cliff at an altitude of 3120m. After an uphill hike along a narrow mountain path decorated with bright prayer flags, you are awarded unforgettable views of the surrounding mountains and valleys. The monastery consists of four temples, connected by steps carved into the rocks, and features the main courtyard, where the prayer wheel is located and is turned anew each morning, a golden interior where numerous Buddha paintings can be found, and a series of eight historically and spiritually significant caves.
Immerse yourself in Bhutan’s cultural heritage and extraordinary landscape with our us, which focuses on Paro Valley.
Your cultural tour of Thimphu will include visits to: Trashichho Dzong (which harbours most of Bhutan’s government offices, as well as the King’s throne room), the National Library, a local Thangka painting school, the Institute of Traditional Medicine (where Bhutan’s centuries-old healing arts are still taught), the Textile Museum, the Folk Heritage Museum, the Handicrafts Emporium (to explore the wide assortment of beautifully handwoven and crafted products), and the Thimphu Chorten Memorial, a stupa built in the memory of the country’s third king, who is widely recognized as the father of modern Bhutan.
Visit ancient temples and learn about Buddhist traditions
The last stop will be the Handicrafts Emporium, where you will have the chance to shop for some local souvenirs.
This vast subcontinent is pulsing with the energy of life – vivid colors and celebrations, riveting contrasts and neverending diversity.
An immense mausoleum of white marble, built in Agra between 1631 and 1648 by order of the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his favourite wife, the Taj Mahal is the jewel of Muslim art in India and one of the universally admired masterpieces of the world’s heritage.
Dating back to 1565 CE, Agra Fort is a formidable military structure that was transformed into a palace by Emperor Shah Jahan, who was later, ironically, imprisoned here when his son Aurangzeb seized power. Built out of red sandstone and white marble, the fort is enclosed by an insurmountable 66 foot (20 metre) high, 1.6 mile (2.5km) double wall.
Hawa Mahal, literally the Palace of Winds was built using pink sandstone in 1799 by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh and is the most recognizable monument of Jaipur. This unique five-storey structure with small latticed windows (called jharokhas) is a blend of Hindu and Islamic architecture. Originally designed for the royal ladies to watch and enjoy the processions and other activities on the street below, it now houses a well laid out museum.
Located within the walled city, the City Palace Complex was conceived and built by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II, the founder of Jaipur. A beautiful fusion of Mughal and Rajput architecture, the palace is still home to the last ruling royal family which lives in a private section of the palace. Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II is credited with building most of the structures, but it was expanded upon by later rulers as well. The City Palace Complex includes the Diwan-E-Am (Hall of public audience), Diwan-E-Khas (Hall of private audience), Mubarak Mahal (the palace of reception) and the Maharani’s Palace (the palace of the queen). Mubarak Mahal now houses the Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II Museum and displays a vast and unique collection of royal costumes. The clothes of Maharaja Sawai Madho Singh I are also on display. The Maharani’s Palace, surprisingly, has an interesting display of very well-preserved Rajput weaponry. Other than the arms, the palace is adorned with beautiful paintings on the ceiling that are well-maintained.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Jantar Mantar in Jaipur is considered to be the largest of the five astronomical observatories built by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II, the founder of Jaipur. It contains sixteen geometric devices, designed to measure time, track celestial bodies and observe the orbits of the planets around the sun. It also houses an Interpretation Centre that helps tourists understand the working principles and chronology of the observatory.
Sri Lanka’s third and the longest-serving capital and one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world is also one of the most sacred cities of World Buddhists.
Inviting live cooking stations and street food favorites entice you to taste, share and enjoy the flavors of modern Asia.
The Galle Fort, or Dutch Fort as it is also known, is a fortification first built by the Portuguese on the Southwestern coast of Sri Lanka. The initial fortifications, which were built in the late 16th century, were quite basic. However, the fort underwent extensive modifications in the 17th century by the Dutch, making it one of the most important archeological, architectural and historic monuments to illustrate the European influence in South East Asia between the 16th and 19th centuries.
Sea Turtle Hatchery
Independence Memorial Hall
Japanese Peace Pagoda
Located on top of the Rumassala Hill offering splendid views of the entire ocean, the Japanese Peace Pagoda is one of the most beautiful places to visit in Galle, Sri Lanka. Constructed way back in 2004 and this massive white structure exudes purity and serenity. One can quite easily spot this structure from the beaches of Unawatuna and Galle and reach there by walking or driving through the hills. You should ideally visit this place at dusk if you want to witness a breathtaking sunset.
The city of Colombo is an enchanting union of culture, tradition & modernity, promising its visitors an experience that is both unforgettable & whole. There are many things to do in Colombo, Sri Lanka from visiting vibrant local markets to exploring cultural and historic monuments.
Extending over a distance of half a kilometer along the coast of the Indian Ocean, The Galle Face Green is a beloved promenade located in the heart of Colombo. It was first laid out by Sir Henry Ward in 1859 & used for horse racing & as a golf course. Today, the promenade is alive with the happy activity of kite-flyers, street food vendors, & families enjoying the delights of open spaces & refreshing ocean breeze.
Capitalizing on its melting pot of cultures, Singapore is finally getting some spark and is fast becoming one of Asia’s hit-list destinations.
Singapore – Where Passion is Made Possible
The Gardens by the Bay, one of the best landmarks in Singapore is also known as many different nicknames such as the largest scale of the botanical garden, majestic Supertree, and an oasis in the city ever since it was opened in June 2012. Gardens by the Bay is in three different parts, Bay South, Bay East, and Bay Central and lots of attractions are gathered together.
Close to 900 animals from approximately 100 species (of which almost 41 percent are threatened) inhabit the 35-hectare park.
In line with its mission to promote biodiversity, the park focuses on the captive breeding of threatened species. Over the years, it has bred Malayan tigers, Asian elephants, fishing cats, red dholes, anoas, markhors, bantengs, Malayan tapirs and Asian lions, among other threatened species.
Enjoy the entire city of Singapore at the Marina Bay Sands SkyPark, the world’s best observation deck, as if you are walking in the clouds. SkyPark is located on the 57th floor of Marina Bay Sands presenting a 360° panoramic view of Singapore. The moment you step in your foot on the 57th floor, a breathtaking view will be there. Besides all of that, you should never miss a Spectra A Light and Water Show running every evening at Marina Sands SkyPark.
Set in a rainforest environment, Singapore Zoo’s world-famous “Open Concept” offers the opportunity to experience and be inspired by the wonders of nature. Home to more than 2,400 specimens of over 300 species,
Situated on the eastern end of Sentosa Island are Sentosa Cove, an exclusive oceanfront and residential enclave bustling with some 2,000 homes, romantic quayside restaurants, retail, and specialty shops.
Adventure Cove Waterpark