Thursday, 28 May 2020

Vietnamese Turned A Five-Storey House Into A Vertical garden

Vietnamese turned a five-storey house into a vertical garden, located in the Dong Da district of Hanoi. This is one of the most exclusive landmarks in the Vietnamese capital: a 5-storey building completely covered by a bright green curtain. The so-called "living building" of Hanoi is the work of Prof. Dr. Hoang Nhu Tang, a former professor at the University of Civil Engineering in Hanoi and a resident of this unique building. It all started 30 years ago, in 1990, when it was one of the tallest buildings in the region, which basically meant that there was almost no shelter from the scorching sun during the summer. 

5-storey house covered with vines by the former lecturer of Hanoi University of Civil Engineering, spent 30 years tending to the unique "tree house".
Located in deep Phuong Mai dormitory, Dong Da district, Hanoi, Vietnam. Source

Wednesday, 27 May 2020

Travel Photography by Michael Matti

Michael Matti is a talented commercial travel photographer. Born in Indonesia, grew up in different parts of Southeast Asia, and currently lives in Seattle, Washington, USA. Michael has been working as a commercial photographer for 7 years and mainly with organizations related to travel - hotels, tour operators, airlines, as well as with companies specializing in specific types of tourism - hiking, mountain climbing, etc. It is thanks to his work that the photographer constantly travels to new countries for him, and during breaks he explores the state of Washington, which he calls his home.

Woodstock, New Hampshire
Woodstock, New Hampshire

Saturday, 23 May 2020

Jodhpur | A Blue city in India

Jodhpur is the second largest city of Rajasthan, India. Until the mid-20th century, it served as the capital of the Rajas of Marwar. 


It is rarely included in tourist routes in India. Meanwhile, this fabulous city with its blue houses amazes everyone who sees it! Jodhpur - A Blue city in India

Jodhpur | A Blue city in India



Monday, 11 May 2020

Bibi Ka Maqbara | A replica of the Taj Mahal

Taj Mahal one of the most iconic and famous monuments, not only in India but around the world. Anyone traveling to India will surely include it in their itinerary, as a must see. But perhaps what many do not know is that in India there are two Taj Mahal . 

Bibi Ka Maqbara | The imitation of the Taj Mahal



Sunday, 10 May 2020

Wolfe Creek Crater, Australia

Wolfe Creek Meteorite Crater - Is the second largest meteorite crater in the world after the famous Barringer Crater in Arizona, which is located in a protected area in Western Australia. The crater is central to the Wolfe Creek Meteorite Crater National Park.


Wolfe Creek Crater, Australia


Hidden Beach of Islas Marietas, Mexico

A hidden beach of mesmerizing beauty can be found in Mexico off the coast of a small uninhabited island in the Pacific Ocean, 22 miles west of the resort town of Puerto Vallarta. The beach is located right inside the cliffs of one of the islands of the Marieta archipelago and resembles a large natural pool with sandy beaches, embossed in an open-top cave. The walls of the cave block it from the outside world. This amazing lost beach seems to be an ideal place for lovers to retire. Not without reason it was originally called the “Beach of Love” (Playa de Amor) . 

Hidden Beach of Islas Marietas, Mexico



Tuesday, 5 May 2020

Man-Made Paradise | 5 Grandiose Garden Complexes That Became Works Of Art

The gardening season has begun, and there are many lucky ones who spend their time in the garden with nature to recuperate the energy of mind and body. For many centuries, gardening has served as an outlet for people, the ability to merge with nature and create their own small worlds. We have different types of art But some gardens can be called real works of art…

Man-Made Paradise | 5 Drandiose Garden Complexes That Became Works Of Art



Monday, 4 May 2020

Belmond Andean Explorer Train | The first luxurious train of South America

Belmond Andean Explorer Train | The first luxurious train of South America, Since the summer of 2017, a unique Belmond Andean Explorer train has been operating across the expanses of South America, passing between the once considered capital of the Inca Empire of Cuzco and the village of Arequipa in Peru.


 Belmond Andean Explorer Train



Friday, 24 April 2020

Riddle of old wooden corpses in Scotland

In June 1836, several teenagers hunted rabbits in the vicinity of the Scottish capital. They hung around a hill called the Throne of King Arthur and found in it the entrance to a mysterious cave, which turned out to be a kind of crypt. Inside, the company found 17 miniature coffins, each of which contained wooden figures. Riddle of old wooden corpses in Scotland

Загадка старинных деревянных трупов из Шотландии


Sunday, 26 January 2020

The 9 most unusual hedge mazes in the world

The 9 most unusual hedge mazes in the world that you need to take a walk at least once in your life — One of the most memorable scenes of the movie “Three in a boat, not counting the dog” is the scene in which the main characters enter the maze. In our review, we will focus on the most unusual and beautiful hedge mazes around the world.

The 9 most unusual hedge mazes in the world

Vietnamese Turned A Five-Storey House Into A Vertical garden

Vietnamese turned a five-storey house into a vertical garden, located  in the Dong Da district of Hanoi. This is one of the most exclusive...