3 Days in Jakarta

Often overlooked by both domestic and international tourists, Jakarta actually has plenty of tourist hotspots. As home to Indonesia’s largest international airport, most tourists only come to Jakarta as their starting point to visit other places in the country, such as Bali, Lombok, Komodo Island, Yogyakarta, or Kalimantan (Borneo). While this city won’t give you a true tropical paradise experience, it is still a fascinating place to visit. Thanks to its diverse culture, intriguing history, and never-ending development, the capital city of Indonesia has many things waiting to be discovered by tourists. 

Jakarta, as the main and largest city of Indonesia, is infamous for its traffic. However, public transportation is now a lot better, especially with the new MRT or Jakarta Metro Mass Rapid Transit. Navigating through many popular places in this city is now easier than ever. If you are planning to visit Jakarta for 3 days, or you have 3 days to spare before going to other places in the country. Here’s our recommended itinerary for 3 days in the city.

Day 1: Old Town and surroundings

Start your tour by visiting Kota Tua Jakarta (Jakarta’s Old Town). This place is still one of the top highlights of Jakarta. As you probably know from history, Indonesia was once a Dutch colony for more than 300 Hundred years. You

1 Week in Malaysia

Malaysia is famous for its mouthwatering food, stunning beaches, dynamic cities, tranquil islands, and national parks packed with rainforests and fascinating wildlife. The country is truly the melting pot of Asiana culture, from Muslim Malays, Hindu and Muslim Indians, to religiously diverse Chinese all living peacefully along with aboriginal groups. Tourists in Malaysia can have a delightful experience of exploring urban cities, having an adventure in ancient rainforests, or watching wildlife in its natural habitat. One week in Malaysia is probably not enough, but if it’s what you have, then here’s our recommended itinerary to give you an idea of how you should spend your time in the country.

Day 1 and 2: Kuala Lumpur

Since many international flights arrive in and leave Kuala Lumpur, this capital city will be your first as well as your last stop in Malaysia. The city is big and busy and is filled with restaurants, street food stalls, bars, and numerous things to see and do. On your first day, you should visit the Batu Caves, which is located around 30 minutes from Kuala Lumpur. It is a limestone hill with a series of caves and cave temples. The cave temples are one of the most famous Hindu shrines outside India. These caves are dedicated to Lord Murugan. Today, it is the focal

3 Days in Singapore

Singapore has it all; it is a tropical island, a modern metropolitan, and a melting pot of cultures. Although small in size, there are countless things you can do in this beautiful island country. It is not hard to see why it has become one of the most visited cities on the planet. The country offers exciting attractions, a unique culture, and mouth-watering food. For some people, they also choose Singapore because most people in the country speak English perfectly, making it easier for them to travel around. When you visit Southeast Asia, this country is not to be missed!

Maximize your visit with our itinerary for first-timers on a 3 Day trip!

Day 1 – Colonial District, the Quays, and Marina Bay

The Colonial District area is the heart of Singapore. It is filled with colonial buildings, amazing museums, and a beautiful park. Most of the landmarks are located close to each other, so this district is perfect to explore on foot. In this district, you can see how the different cultures were integrated to make up the country’s culture. Start with the Asian Civilisations Museum as this museum presents various threads of Asian civilizations, starting from the Middle East through China. The exhibitions are very informative and well-presented, making it easier for you to understand all the different

5 Days In Lebanon

Lebanon is a beautiful country with many attractions that will amaze anyone. The country is tiny, so it will be possible to get the most of it in just 5 short days.

Day One- Beirut

Start your trip from the capital city of Beirut. The city makes a great introduction to Lebanon and is worth one full day to explore. It is a diverse city complemented by youthful and vibrant energy. There are many places in Beirut that you should not miss. Discover the fascinating history in the National Museum of Beirut that houses about 100,000 ancient and medieval artifacts. You can also see the most extensive collection of Phoenician objects. Then, take a tour to Mohammad Al-Amin Mosque or the Blue Masjid and immerse in its artistically decorated interiors and architecture. There are many other things you can do in Beirut like wander around the souks, explore the Saifi Urban Gardens complex, smoke shisha in Place d’Etoile, or enjoy the landscape of the Mediterranean Sea from the Avenue de Paris.

Day Two- Jeita Grotto, Harissa, and Byblos

On your second day, head north around 18 kilometers of Beirut to Jeita Grotto, one of Lebanon’s natural beauties. Jeita Grotto is the longest cave in the Middle East, consisting of two separate, interconnected limestone caves. It was inhabited by prehistoric

1 Week In Oman

Oman is a modern and wealthy country that has successfully retained its traditional charm. The low-rise towns give visitors an authentic Arabian experience without the view of extravagant wealth. Lush green oases, gorgeous long coastlines, and fascinating desert, it may take a long time to really explore every part of this beautiful country.

Day 1: Muscat 

Muscat is the capital city of Oman and where half of the country’s population resides. Despite its modernization, big highways, and shopping malls, this city is nothing like neighboring Dubai. The glitz and glams are not showcased in tall skyscrapers. Squeezed between mountains and the ocean, the city is laid-back, historical, exotic, and stunning. Although there are not many major attractions here, it is still worth a full-day tour. 

Start with the Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque, a glorious mosque with modern Islamic architecture. This mosque was a gift to the nation from Sultan Qaboos. Every aspect of it is breathtakingly beautiful. The striking Persian carpet is the second-largest hand-loomed Iranian carpet in the world. If you want to learn about Oman’s history and culture, head to the National Museum. It consists of selective displays showcasing Oman’s heritage, with huge screens and high-tech devices bringing the artifacts alive. Not far from the National Museum is the Sultan’s Palace. It is closed to the public,

2 Days In Riyadh

Riyadh is not only Saudi Arabia’s capital city, but also one of the wealthiest cities of the world. It is a perfect blend of modern and traditional. Trying to squeeze in all that this beautiful city has to offer? Make sure you visit all the best attractions for a memorable holiday.


  • Wadi Hanifa


Wadi Hanifa is a 120 kilometers wadi (valley), cutting through Riyadh. It is the longest and most important valley of the city. The valley is named Wadi Hanifa after the Bani Hanifa tribe that populated the area. It was once a waste disposal site, now it’s a beautiful desert oasis. The natural water drainage in a wide area of 4,000 square kilometers is a unique scene in Riyadh’s dry region. Families come here to bask in the astonishing landscape or picnic under the palm trees. 


  • Al-Turaif District in ad-Dir’iyah


The UNESCO World Heritage Site represented the first capital of the country and was the original home of the Saudi royal family. This is the place to experience the authentic old city of Riyadh, where you can witness the Najdi architectural style and stroll around thousands of years of Arabian history. The area is home to Salwa palace and is the largest mud-brick city in the world.


  • Riyadh Zoo


As Saudia Arabia’s

Long Weekend In Dubai

A long weekend is a time for you to finally unwind and visit the places you always wanted to explore. But sometimes, you just don’t have any clue how to spend it. Whether you want to relax, party, or sightseeing, Dubai is a dreamy long weekend gateway for everyone. 


  • Relax at the Talise Ottoman Spa

A long weekend is a perfect time to rejuvenate and unwind. There is no better place to do that than Talise Ottoman Spa. Located at the Jumeirah Zabeel Saray Hotel, the spa has recently been awarded The Favorite Spa Retreat at the Conde Nast Traveller Middle East’s Readers’ Travel Awards 2019 as well as several other awards from previous years. The spa offers 42 treatment rooms, steam rooms, sauna, snow rooms, and thalassotherapy pools. You can choose numerous treatments, from Talise Ottoman Hammam, Facials, Massage, Luxury Body Treatments, Couple’s Spa, to Wellness Rituals and Therapies. The spa is built exquisitely with marble and decorated with dark woods and mosaics, giving you a guaranteed VIP experience.


  • Shop at The Dubai Mall


If you’re looking for a place to apply the term “shop till you drop,” The Dubai Mall should be your next destination. By total area, it is the second-largest mall in the world. Includes over 1,200 shops and in 2011, it

3 Days in Phuket

Phuket is the largest island in Thailand and one of the favorites amongst tourists and travelers. There are over 5 million tourists that visit Phuket every year so they can experience its turquoise waters, white sand beaches, fantastic resorts, thriving nightlife, and adventure activities. Whether you travel alone, with your love, your friends, or your family, Phuket has to offer something for everybody.

As one of Thailand’s most popular tourist destinations, you can stay there for weeks and yet there will be still places to visit and things to do. The following guide is designed to help you with your itinerary and make a list of the top tours and fun things to do in Phuket. You can either make a list on your own or leave that trouble to local operators like YonderTours.com

Thailand safety & visa policy

Thailand is considered to be the safest country in the entire region of Southeast Asia. However, the crime rate in the South is somewhat worrisome, especially near the border with Malaysia and in the cities of Pattaya and Bangkok. Other than there, it’s perfectly safe to even travel with kids.

But before going on a trip to Thailand, make sure that you got travel insurance and visa. Passport holders of 64 countries can travel visa-free to Thailand. But, if your

7 Days in Iran

When you hear the name Iran, pictures of ancient civilizations and architecture come into the mind and the country is world famous for its culture. Iran has a strong influence on the international economy because of its rich energy reserves, particularly fossil fuels. In recent times, the tourism sector in the country is making a strong comeback because of the huge number of ancient sites and the many historical stories and cultural history.

Some homework should not be sidelined

Working out what to do and see in the county is not that viable when you are only visiting for a short number of days. To see and understand this World Heritage Site, you can cover a lot in 7 days as long as you work out a very satisfactory itinerary. It is obvious that a majority of the attractions will revolve around historical spots, religious monuments, and museums, Iran is also home to well-preserved parks and natural engraves. By law, Iranian women have equal rights but they don’t even have half of the rights. As a western woman in Iran, you should wear a hijab everywhere and ensure that you know of all the etiquette before you travel to Iran. If you are going to travel with Children make sure in your home country that the children are inoculated before

Charitable organizations works on the welfare of UAE

United Arab Emirates is a country in Western Asia which is a well populated nation and has good economical growth. Yet the country is developed and has better economical status even though there are people who were suffering from poverty. To help those who are in need the charitable organizations were set up and there number of charitable organizations is there in UAE. The government of UAE have running various charitable organizations in order to support people in various means. There are charitable organizations that owned by the government and even private charity also there which were set under the laws of UAE and with their acceptance.

What does the charitable organization do?

  • The main motive of charitable organization is for social cause not for the welfare of an individual.
  • The charitable organizations mainly prevent poverty and helps people are in need of various means.
  • Not only the charitable organizations of UAE prevents poverty also they works on the advancement of education, health, sports and much more.
  • Charitable organizations were work with the help of donations owed from the business or from any other norms.
  • The charitable organization usually conducts events to get funds for raising their finance and with that they support others in need.
  • The UAE charitable events were conducted for supporting the people in need in their