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Gan, Addu City

Gan is the southernmost island of Addu Atoll, as well as the southernmost island of the Maldives. It is relatively large by Maldives standards. Gan Island was formerly inhabited, but its inhabitants were moved to neighboring islands after the British naval and airbase was built. It had been having continuous human habitation since very ancient times. Gan Island now has a hotel catering for tourists and is connected by causeways to the neighboring islands of Feydhoo, Maradhoo and Hithadhoo. Gan…


Bangkok

Bangkok - a city unique with its golden palaces, floating markets, majestic porcelain-laid spires is the largest city in Thailand and the capital and main port of the city. It is the cultural, educational, political and economical center of Thailand, as well as the only major metropolis. Thailand Holidays include visiting Pratunam or Siam Square for quality shopping.  Many tourists who visit Bangkok have the chance to visit the many attractions spanning more than two centuries of rapid development following…


Changsha

Changsha is located in the northeast part of Hunan. It is the capital city of Hunan province. Changsha is known as one of China’s top tourist cities. Changsha is a regional hub for industrial, tourist, and service sectors. The blessed geography gives the city beautiful landscapes. Here, one can see beautiful mountains, clean waters, and sandbanks. Standing on Juzi Island, one can enjoy the vastness of Xiang River and the beautiful scenery of Mount Yuelu, which is described in a…


Chengdu

Chengdu is located in the west of Sichuan Basin and is in the heart of Chengdu Plain. This capital of Sichuan Province covers a complete area of 12.3 thousand square kilometers and is occupied by over 11 million people. Chengdu is well-known for its cuisine, namely the spicy Sichuan peppercorn which is used to flavor hot-pot dishes and specialty dishes found in other regions. Chengdu, as the capital is very dynamic comprising of copious mineral resources and the land is…


Chennai

Chennai previously known as Madras is the capital in the southern state of Tamil Nadu. It is located on the Coromandel Coast off the Bay of Bengal and this vivacious city functions as a key business, economical and cultural center in India. The city boasts a rich heritage of art and culture, the two most widespread being Carnatic music and Bharatanatyam, which is part of the Tamil culture. Chennai has the second biggest port in the country and is also known as…


Chongqing

Chongqing sits overlooking the Yangtze, ‘the Golden River’ which represents the Yangtze River civilizations and today consists of several nationalities of China. In the present day, Chongqing is the 4th largest city in China after Beijing, Shanghai and Tianjin. Inside its borders, Chongqing contains copious water reserves, mineral sources, thick forests and overflowing flora and fauna. Chongqing’s many charms vary from the regal Three Gorges, awe-inspiring Dazu Grottoes, the reputed White Emperor, attributed Stillwell Museum and the remarkable Shibaozhai Pagoda to name a few. If you…


Dhaka

Dhaka is the capital and the largest city of Bangladesh located on the banks of Buriganga River. At present day, Dhaka has evolved to a great city sheltering about 8.5 million in population and the city now is a hot spot for foreign investments and attracts huge volumes of commerce and trade. Dhaka is also situated in one of the world’s top rice and jute growing areas comprising of jute textile industries, cotton and muslin industries. Further, a variety of…


Dharavandhoo

Dharavandhoo is one of the populated islands of Baa Atoll and is surrounded by clear waters known as ‘Dharavandhoo Thila’ and ‘Hanifaru Bay’. These waters provide a safe haven for marine life including Mantas, Whale Sharks and are well known among divers globally. The airport opened in October 2012


Fuvahmulah

Gnaviyani Atoll is one of the administrative divisions of the Maldives corresponding to the natural atoll, Fuvahmulah. Surface wise this is the smallest administrative unit in the Maldives, situated in the Equatorial Channel between Huvadhu Atoll and Addu Atoll. The island with a population of over 10,000 has been selected as one of the sites to be developed a domestic airport by the government and this airport was officially opened on 11.11.11.


Hanimaadhoo

Hanimaadhoo is one of the inhabited islands of Haa Dhaalu Atoll administrative division and geographically part of Thiladhummathi Atoll in the north of the Maldives. It is now an International airport of the Maldives, since the operations of flights from Hanimadhoo to Trivandrum on February 03, 2013. The Hanimaadhoo Meteorological Observatory is also located on this island. Many flight scientific research and investigations have been initiated from Hanimaadhoo.