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Do you want to visit Thailand, but feel confused to choose the best destination to visit? This article will help you to know the best places in Thailand. Thailand is best known for its culture, street food, shopping places, and the coast. As a tropical country, Thailand has many beautiful beaches and rain forest. Talking about the culture, lots of temples, museums, and historical places are the popular places visited by tourist and backpackers. Here are the best places that you can choose during your vacation in Thailand.
1. Bangkok
2. Ayutthaya
3. Thailand Islands
4. Kanchanaburi
5. Khao Sok National Park
6. Chiang Rai
7. Railay
8. Phanom Rung
9. Pai
10. Chiang Mai
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Popular Food Destination Phuket Thailand

We flew from Melbourne Australia to travel to a popular food destination in Phuket Thailand. Food is always the main purpose of my travels but visiting beautiful locations and luxury villas is high on my list. This was our first day, we went to Patong beach for lunch. Thai food has to be amongst my favourite cuisines. From Tom kha, fish patties to stir fried prawns, the food didn’t let us down. Even the street ice-cream was delicious. The people are friendly, the weather was awesome, what’s there not to love about Phuket. Enjoy this food and travel vlog.

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Vietnam is filled with captivating natural beauty, amazing archaeological wonders and delicious cuisine too. Discover tradition and history in Vietnam’s charming rural villages, and see the dynamic new face of Asia in the hubbub of its thriving cities. With so many amazing places to see it's hard to choose which are the essential must-sees. To help you make this tricky decision, we've listed our top 10.
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Hazarduari, Nizamat Imambara and Clock Tower#|Memorable Place# in West Bengal, India

Hazarduari Palace earlier known as the Bara Kothi, is located in the campus of Kila Nizamat in Murshidabad, in the Indian state of West Bengal. It was built in the nineteenth century by architect Duncan Macleod, under the reign of Nawab Nazim Humayun Jah of Bengal, Bihar and Orissa (1824–1838). The foundation stone of the palace was laid on August 9, 1829, and that very day the construction work was started. William Cavendish was the then Governor-General. Now, Hazarduari Palace is the most conspicuous building in Murshidabad. Clock Tower of Murshidabad is a clock tower in the Nizamat Fort Campus just opposite the south face of the Hazarduari Palace. The clock tower lies on the garden spaces between the Nizamat Imambara and the Hazarduari Palace, The old Nizamat Imambara was built by Nawab Siraj ud-Daulah in the Nizamat Fort Area. He bought bricks and mortar, and laid the foundation of the building with his own hands. However, the old Imambara was primarily made up of wood. The plot where this Imambara had been built was dug to a depth of 6 feet. It was refilled with soil which was brought from Mecca so that the poor members of the Muslim community could have an experience of Hajj. The old Imambara which caught fire for the first time in 1842 and was partly destroyed. But it was completely destroyed by a fire on 23 December 1846.[2] That day the Nawabs along with the Europeans threw a party to celebrate the weaning ceremony of five-year-old Hassan Ali Mirza. The Imambara caught fire at midnight due to the fireworks left off and was completely burnt down. Nothing survived except the old Madina Mosque

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Madeira (Portugal) Vacation Travel Video Guide

Travel video about destination Madeira in Portugal.
Madeira is an island of flowers located amid the Atlantic Ocean, with steep cliffs, green valleys, majestic mountains and world famous wine. Belonging to Portugal, it is located nine hundred kilometres southwest of the European mainland and six hundred kilometres west of North Africa. Funchal is the capital and from the beginning a feudal lord resided in the Palacio De São Lourenço along with the military, and later the governor of the island. In 1493 King Manuel The First founded the cathedral which was the first to be situated beyond the continent of Europe and was designed according to Mudéjar style, the Arab construction method of the Christian Moors. The small fishing village of Camara De Lobos is situated west of Funchal on the south coast and was made famous by Sir Winston Churchill who painted its small harbour. São Vicente looks like something from a picture postcard and wine growers proudly display their traditional homes and well laid out vineyards. The town is particularly well known for its Grutas, Madeira’s only accessible cave system and which indicates its geological past. In the north east is the tourist centre of Santana with its straw-roofed houses, beautiful flowers and streets lined with patterned cobblestones. Amid a fertile terraced landscape is the picturesque centre of Faial and its modest parish church, the destination of a major annual pilgrimage. The village exudes tranquillity and there has been little impact of tourism as both the landscape and the local people have retained their original character. Madeira is like a jewel in the Atlantic, possessing its own rich variety of exceptional, natural landscapes. A wild beauty with many hidden treasures!

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MOST Beautiful Outdoor Attractions in Chile

This South American country is famous for its lush landscapes and beautiful natural formations that bring in visitors from all over the world. Here are just 19 of the best sights to see in Chile’s great outdoors.

10. Caburgua Lake
If you’re near the city of Pucón, you can find the Caburgua Lake about 23 miles to the east, part of the Toltén River basin. Recently, visitation to the lake has blossomed as it serves as a popular place for famous people to go and relax. The lake itself has a surface area of 53 km squared, or 20 sq miles, which makes it the perfect place for seclusion and a lot of room for people to have their space and swim.

9. Chungará Lake
Chungará Lake is located in the northernmost region of Chile and is part of the Lauca National Park (more on that later). The lake has a surface elevation of 14,820 ff, making it the 31st highest lake in the world.

8. Valle Nevado
This is yet another location part of the Andes Mountains and is less than 50 miles away from Santiago, the capital city of Chile. The ski resort has an elevation of 5,430 m or 17,815 ft high. The snowy area was turned into a ski resort back in 1987 and has been bustling with lots of skiers ever since. Just 4 years ago, the resort introduced the first mountain cable car in the country.

7. El Tatio
That’s the Tatio Geysers, as in plural, and they have been active for over 80 years. The geyser field is also found in the area of the Andes Mountains, with it’s name translating to mean “oven” in Quechua. The land is about 4,320 meters above sea level, which makes El Tatio one of the highest elevation geyser fields on earth.

6. Lauca National Park
There’s all sorts of outdoorsy stuff to see at the Lauca National Park, which also borders the Sajama National Park in Bolivia. One of the most notable sights you’ll see in a lot of tourist pictures are llamas and alpacas running around the hilly grass fields. The national park is home to over 140 species of birds as well as over 400 species of higher plants.

5. Conguillío National Park
Yet another national park in Chile that’s famous. Declared as an official national park in 1950, at Conguillío, you can catch sight of Sierra Nevada volcano and another volcano known as Llaima which last erupted on New Year’s Day in 2008, and what are known as Monkey Puzzle Trees. If that doesn’t sound like an assortment of landmarks to visit, that what does, to be honest? Hiking is a flourishing activity in the area, too,

4. Ojos del Salado
For all those super into mountain climbing and hiking, Ojos del Salado should probably be on your to visit list, especially if you’re really into the thrill seeking side of it as it’s also the highest active volcano in the world, with an elevation of 6,890 m or 22,605 ft high. As far as volcanic activity goes, the most recent eruption was well over 1,000 years ago, with ash emission having been detected 24 years ago. Despite it’s last eruption being centuries ago, it is still considered an active volcano.

3. Villarrica
Chile is a place riddled with volcanos and lakes, and another famous one to visit is Villarrica, which is both a lake and a volcano. It is among the country’s most active volcanoes, and is more than 700 miles away from the country’s capital. It’s name translates to “a place of wealth” and remains a place popular for hiking--with it’s most recent eruption having been in 2015.

2. Marble Cathedral
The Marble Cathedral is a natural formation can be found in General Carrera, the second largest freshwater lake in South America. Located more specifically in Patagonia, Chile, this cave has drawn lots of attention to itself for its marble motif which was created by melting glaciers that drained into the lake from the Pacific Ocean. And not only is the stone something to marvel at, but the water flowing in from the lake appear shades of crystal blue--depending on the time of year and the way the light reflects off the water.

La Portada
If Chile’s anything, it’s apparently the perfect place for some great outdoor photo ops. One of those places being La Portada, which is the natural stone arch located on out on the waters on the coast. The arch is only part of the appropriately named La Portada Natural Monument area, which spans nearly 80 acres. The beach it’s located near is also a natural marvel, with jagged rocks peaking up from the shore as well as a line of white and golden cliffs that make it seem like some surreal and ideal secluded daydream.

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Poreć is picturesquely situated on a peninsula in the north of Croatia‘s Istrian coast. At first glance it appears to be a typical holiday paradise visited by thousands of tourists each year but its Town Hall offers a hint of its historic past, the traditional style of Venetian Renaissance. In 1267, Poreć, as Istria’s first city, was affiliated to the Serenissima and with the subsequent construction of palaces, squares and religious buildings, it soon took on a Venetian appearance which has remained until the present day. The harbour’s traditional buildings date back to the time of the fall of Venice and when the city came under Austrian rule. In Roman times the Old Town had an efficient road network. Poreć’s main street, Decumanus, divides various groups of buildings of dominant Gothic design. In 539 A.D. the city came under the rule of the Byzantines who founded a bishopric there in around about 800 A.D.Between 539 A.D. and 553 A.D. Bishop Euphrasius had a basilica built on the foundations of several earlier buildings, an Early Byzantine masterpiece and now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Poreć is a little gem with a great history and culture and even now, Pearl Of The Adriatic!

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Ljubljana is the capital of the young republic of Slovenia, a city of culture and history, elegance and charm. It is Slovenia’s ‘Florence’ situated between the Alps and the Balkans, the Adriatic and Lake Balaton. The Old Place, with a monument of national poet, Prešeren, is the gateway to the Old Town. With its pink marble façade, the Early Baroque Franciscan Church Of Mary dominates the square. The Dom Church Stolnica was built according to the design of Venetian, Andrea Pozzo in the 17th century. The interior of this Baroque church is quite overwhelming and with great attention to detail. Situated on the four hundred metre high Castle Hill, the Slovenian Acropolis was once inhabited by the Illyrians and Celts. The Roman watchtower later became both a strategic fortress and castle. A triumphal arch marks the entrance to the Žale Cemetery on the northeast edge of the city with a number of fine, richly decorated chapels. Here Jože Plečnik created a masterpiece that represented the transition from the world of the living, to the world of the dead. Columns flank the main path up to Tivoli Castle that was built by the Jesuits in the seventeenth century and soon became a summer residence of the bishops. Romantic lakes with water fowl and pretty flowers embellish the park, once the home of Field Marshal Radetzky. Ljubljana is a city of joie de vivre and pleasure where the Middle Ages, Baroque and Art Nouveau meet with the relaxed lifestyle of the south!

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Solo Female Travel - Antigua, Guatemala

My first time in Guatemala was so awesome! I visited Antigua and spent the last few days of 2016 exploring this laid-back, beautiful, colourful cobble-stoned town that is surrounded by volcanoes. I rang in the New Year 2017 in Antigua and climbed Pacaya volcano for a challenging hike up and back down. While walking the streets there I knew I wanted to go back one day and explore Guatemala even further. I found the place very relaxing and was able to unwind with other travelers.

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Hazarduari Place In Murshidabad

The name of the palace that is Hazarduari means a palace with a thousand doors, Hazar means thousand and Duari means the one with doors. thus, the total sums up to the one with a thousand doors also The palace earlier known as Bara Kothi.



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