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Shopping in Saudi Arabia
Shopping in Saudi Arabia Shopping in Saudi Arabia is a great mode of recreation and also a way by which you can get familiar with the traditional art and crafts as well as the modern styles of the country. Shopping at Saudi Arabia is a perfect pleasure with numerous classy shopping malls and other high tech stores. However, if you want to buy things that are typical to Saudi Arabia and part of the artistic tradition of the place, then you have to browse through the handicraft shops or visit the rural areas. Go Shopping in Saudi Arabia for junk jewelries or Bedouin ornaments that come in beautiful designs and exotic motifs. The best Things to Buy in Saudi Arabia are well-woven carpets and also precious and rare stones. Gold ornaments are als...
 
Culture of Niue
Culture of Niue Arguably Niue's most prominent artist and writer is John Pule. Author of The Shark That Ate the Sun, he paints both on canvass and on traditional tapa cloth. In 2005, he co-wrote Hiapo: Past and Present in Niuean Barkcloth, a study of a traditional Niuean artform, with Australian writer and anthropologist Nicholas Thomas. Taoga Niue is a newly established Government Department responsible for the preservation of the culture, tradition and heritage of Niue. As part of recognizing its importance, the Government has add Taoga Niue as the sixth pillar of the Niue Integrated Strategic Plan (NISP). Source:en.wikipedia.org
 
Vietnam central hub has major plans to pull in tourists
Vietnam central hub has major plans to pull in tourists A city official said in 2007-10 Danang would run advertising campaigns to promote the city's image. Panels featuring Danang's tourist spots will be on display on major city streets. Authorities have also told hotels and restaurants to display pictures of appealing tourist spots. A plethora of tourism-related information and tips will be launched online at www.dulich.danang.gov.vn for visitors to refer. The city is set to organize the biennial Danang Culture and Tourism Festival, annual cultural bashes like the International Sailboat Racing Competition, Danang Tourism Days, and the Craft Villages Festival featuring traditional Vietnamese craft villages. It is also planning to host a Beach Beauty Pageant ...
 
Liechtenstein the Switzerland for Visitors
Liechtenstein the Switzerland for Visitors It isn't surprising that most travelers know little about Liechtenstein: The country measures about 4 miles wide by 16 miles long (6.5 x 24 km) and has a mere 31,000 inhabitants. With a population of 4,900, Vaduz--the capital and leading metropolis--is smaller than Montpelier, Vermont. So what does Liechtenstein have to offer the visitor? Mainly, a pleasant break from more crowded tourist destinations--along with an intriguing look at a society that blends enlightened feudalism with modern constitutional democracy. In theory, Prince Hans Adam and the people share power equally, and in practice the democratic monarchy combines economic prosperity with political freedoms that citizens of many other nations might envy...
 
Macau Arts Festival
Macau Arts Festival The varied events, activities and festivals taking place in Hong Kong reflect the exquisite Chinese art and culture, rich tradition and heritage. The Macau Arts Festival, Hong Kong celebrates the artistic excellence of Macau. Sponsored by the Cultural Institute of Macau S.A.R. Government, this seven-day fete is choc-a-bloc with exciting events and scintillating shows. Apart from the local feats, international performances also take place. Different types of movies are screened in this festival. The two major art exhibitions feature modern drama, comedies, Cantonese and Kun Operas, music and multimedia shows, acrobatics, puppet shows, Gypsy dance shows and ballet. In the past the festival has witnessed some excellent...
 
Languages of India It is more than 216
Languages of India It is more than 216 The great number of languages in India have historically created diverse cultures and traditions at both regional and national levels. 216 languages are spoken by a group of more than 10,000 people; however there are many others which are spoken by fewer than 10,000 people. If these languages were to be included, there are 415 living languages in India. The Constitution of India has stipulated the usage of Hindi and English to be the two official languages of communication for the Union Government. Individual states' own internal communications are usually in the state's language or English. The two major linguistic families in India are those of the Indo-Aryan languages and those of the Dravidian languages, t...
 
Culture of the Philippines
Culture of the Philippines Filipino culture is a fusion of pre-Hispanic indigenous Austronesian civilizations of the Philippines mixed with Hispanic and American. It has also been influenced by Chinese and Islamic culture. The indigenous Austronesian civilizations of the Philippines are similar with those of its southern neighbors, Malaysia and Indonesia. The Hispanic influences in Filipino culture are largely derived from the culture of Spain and Mexico as a result of over three centuries of Spanish colonial rule through Mexico. These Hispanic influences are most evident in literature, folk music, folk dance, language, food, art and religion, such as Roman Catholic Church religious festivals. Filipinos hold major festivities known as barrio...
 
Big Bell Temple in China
Big Bell Temple in China The Big Bell Temple (Da Zhong Si), Beijing is one of the prime sites of sightseeing in Beijing. The Big Bell Temple (Da Zhong Si) in Beijing is located in the Hai Dian District and attracts a number of tourists from all over the world. The temple was originally built in the year 1733. The fame of Big Bell Temple (Da Zhong Si), Beijing owes to the fact that the temple houses the biggest and oldest bell of the world. The Big Bell Temple (Da Zhong Si), Beijing is counted among the leading Beijing Tourist Attractions. A large number of bells, many of which are beautifully decorated, are housed in the museum in the temple. The Big Bell Temple (Da Zhong Si) in Beijing houses the largest bell in China and a bell museum t...
 
Nature and Climate of Mongolia
Nature and Climate of Mongolia Climate There are four well-defined seasons, and on average, the sun shines for well over 200 days a year. The climate is harsh continental with low precipitation. The temperature varies greatly within the year and also diurnally. The last 60 years of meteorological observation show annual average temperatures of 8.5C in the Gobi and -7.8C in the mountains. The extreme minimum temperature is between minus 31.1C and minus 52.9C in January. The extreme maximum temperature is between plus 28C and plus 43.1C in July. Annual precipitation is low, averaging 200-220mmm, ranging from under 50mm in the extreme south (Gobi desert) to 400mm in limited areas in the north. Most precipitation occurs in June, July and August...
 
Geography of Wallis and Futuna
Geography of Wallis and Futuna Wallis and Futuna is located about two-thirds of the way from Hawaii to New Zealand. The territory includes the island of Wallis (the most populated), the island of Futuna, the uninhabited island of Alofi (the population of Alofi was reportedly eaten by the cannibal people of Futuna in one single raid in the 19th century), and 20 uninhabited islets, totaling 274 square kilometres (106 sq mi) with 129 kilometres (80 mi) of coastline. The highest point in the territory is Mont Singavi (on the island of Futuna) at 765 metres (2,510 ft). The islands have a hot, rainy season from November to April and a cool, dry season from May to October. The rains accumulate 2,500 to 3,000 millimeters (98–118 in) each year. The avera...