Saturday, December 25, 2010

Vacation Rentals Around The World

Vacation rental is a fully furnished property, such as an apartment, house, home, cabin, chalet, cottage, condo, manor, studio, bungalow, guest house, bed and breakfast, farm house, villa, hotel, motel, inn, restaurant, lodge, resort, penthouse, town home or house.

These are near about 2.5 lacks (approx.) vacation rental properties available in all over the world. In the whole world the Europe having the highest vacation rentals properties, then North America, South America and Caribbean. Besides these Africa, Asia, Australia & South Pacific, Central America, India & Indian Ocean, Mexico, Middle East and Southeast Asia having some vacation rental properties.

You can find and inquire about Vacation Rentals around the World today. You can book your vacation rental trip to more beautiful choose from any websites,,,,,,,,,, etc.

Now you can avoid tripping your journeying to some part of Europe and USA due to the heavy snow fall.

Saturday, December 11, 2010

Temples In India

India is a vast country, a land of Gods and wonderful Temples historically referred to the territory bounded by the Hindu Kush and the Himalayas often known as 'Dev Bhumi' or the abode of Gods. Every where all over India is heavily steeped in mythology, and every art and architecture has its own importance. . If there is anything great in Indian culture,
then it is surely the temples of ancient time.

There is hardly any city, any town or any village in the India that does not have temples. Infact Bhubaneshwar an Indian State Capital of Orissa is known as the temple city of India. In India right from the magnificent Himalayas in the north side, to the splendid bottom Kanyakumari in the south side, India is dotted with thousands of temples and shrines. Revered by devotees throughout the country as well as abroad, some of these temples date back to hundreds of years.

These are some temple name from all over India which is given below:

Ajanta Cave Temples
Akshardham Temple
Ambadevi Temple
Badrinath Temple
Binsar Mahadev
Birla Mandir
Brahma Temple
Brihadeswara Temple
Budhist Temple Sarnath
Chattarpur Mandir
Chidambaram Temple
Dilwara Jain Temples
Dwarkadheesh Temple
Eklingji Temple
Gauri Shankar Temple
Golden Temple
Hanuman Mandir
Iskcon Temple
Jagannath Temple
Kali Bari Mandiri
Kalkaji Temple
Kamakhya Temple
Kanyakumari Temple
Kashi Vishwanath Temple
Kedarnath Temple
Khajuraho Temples
Konark Sun Temple
Lingaraj Temple
Lotus Temple
Madhukeshwara Temple
Mahabaleshwar Temple
Mahabalipuram Rathas
Mansa Devi Temple
Meenakshi Temple
Mukteshwar Temple
Naina Devi Temple
Pattabhirama Temple
Pushkar Temples
Rajarani Temple
Ramachandi Temple
Rameshwaram Temple
Ranakpur Jain Temples
Sheetla Devi Temple
Shirdi Sai Baba Temple
Siddhivinayak Temple
Somnath Temple
Sri Devaki Krishna Temple
Sri Digambar Jain Mandir
Swamimalai Temple
Thanjavur Temple
Tirupati Temples
Tulsi Manas Temple
Ugratara Temple
Umananda Temple
Walkeshwar Temple

More coming up, so stay tuned.......

Monday, December 6, 2010

Amazing Hanging Temple (Hengshan Mountain)

According to the history of Hengshan Mountain (Yellow Mountain) , construction of the temple started at the end of the Northern Wei Dynasty by only one man, a monk named Liao Ran. Over a history of more than 1,600 years many repairs and extension led to its present day scale.

The Hanging Temple or Hanging Monastery is a temple built into a cliff (75 m or 246 ft above the ground) near Mount Heng in the province of Shanxi. The closest city is Datong, 65 kilometers to the northwest. Along with the Yungang Grottoes, the Hanging Temple is one of the main tourist attractions and historical sites in the Datong area. Built more than 1,500 years ago, this temple is notable not only for its location on a sheer precipice but also because it includes Buddhist, Taoist, and Confucian elements.

This is one of fascinating place and a must visit when you travel to China. The Hanging Temple (not really hanging but looks like hanging when you look at far distance) was built during the late Northern Wei Dynasty (386-534AD) and is located close to the foot of Hengshan. The buildings were restored in 1900 and there are 40 wooden halls and structures linked by an ingenious system of pillars, posts and walkways.

Best times and viewing areas from which to see sunglow on Yellow Mountain
Before and after sunrise is the best time to see sunglow. As with viewing the sunrise, you should be in position early.

Best times and viewing areas from which to see seas of clouds on Yellow Mountain
From September to May is the best season for cloud viewing, especially on a clear day after rainy or snowy weather. Seas of clouds are infrequent in summer. To best experience the beauty of seas clouds, tourists should change their viewing locations points according to the height of clouds.

How to get to the Yellow Mountain Scenic Area from Nearby Cities
Visitors from Hefei, Nanjing and Anqing can enter Yellow Mountain via the north entrance through Taiping. Tangkou is the south entrance. Visitors from Shanghai, Hangzhou can go through Tangkou. As to Huangshan telphers (cable car stations), Taiping Telpher is close to the north entrance. Yungu and Yuping telphers are in the south entrance.

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

National Parks in India

The Wildlife National parks in india spread across the country offer a fascinating diversity of terrain, flora, and fauna. India has preserved vast tracts of forests and habitats in its
97 national parls and 441 wildlife Sanctuaries.

So next time you travel to India, visit the famous national parks of India, explore the wildlife species and book wildlife safaris and nature walks.

Some of the major national parks in India are:

National Park NameState
Kasu Brahmananda Reddy National Park Andhra Pradesh
Mahavir Harina Vanasthali National Park Andhra Pradesh
Mrugavani National Park Andhra Pradesh
Sri Venkateswara National Park Andhra Pradesh
Mouling National Park Arunachal Pradesh
Namdapha National Park Arunachal Pradesh
Dibru-Saikhowa National Park Assam
Kaziranga National Park Assam
Manas National Park Assam
Nameri National Park Assam
Orang National Park Assam
Valmiki National Park Bihar
Kanwar Lake Bird Sanctuary Bihar
Vikramshila Gangetic Dolphin Sanctuary Bihar
Indravati National Park Chhattisgarh
Kanger Ghati National ParkChhattisgarh
Sanjay National Park² Chhattisgarh
Mollem National Park Goa
Vansda National Park Gujarat
Blackbuck National ParkGujarat
Gir National Park Gujarat
Gulf of Kachchh Marine National Park Gujarat
Kalesar National Park Haryana
Sultanpur National Park Haryana
Great Himalayan National Park Himachal Pradesh
Pin Valley National Park Himachal Pradesh
Dachigam National Park Jammu and Kashmir
Hemis National Park Jammu and Kashmir
Kishtwar National Park Jammu and Kashmir
Salim Ali National Park Jammu and Kashmir
Betla National Park Jharkhand
Hazaribag National Park Jharkhand
Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary Jharkhand
Anshi National Park Karnataka
Bandipur National Park Karnataka
Bannerghatta National Park Karnataka
Kudremukh National Park Karnataka
Rajiv Gandhi National ParkKarnataka
Eravikulam National Park Kerala
Mathikettan Shola National Park Kerala
Periyar National Park Kerala
Silent Valley National Park Kerala
Bandhavgarh National Park Madhya Pradesh
Fossil National Park Madhya Pradesh
Kanha National Park Madhya Pradesh
Madhav National Park Madhya Pradesh
Panna National Park Madhya Pradesh
Pench National Park, Madhya Pradesh Madhya Pradesh
Satpura National Park Madhya Pradesh
Van Vihar National Park Madhya Pradesh
Chandoli National Park Maharashtra
Gugamal National Park Maharashtra
Navegaon National Park Maharashtra
Pench National Park Maharashtra
Sanjay Gandhi National ParkMaharashtra
Tadoba National Park Maharashtra
Keibul Lamjao National Park Manipur
Sirohi National Park Manipur
Balphakram National Park Meghalaya
Nokrek National Park Meghalaya
Murlen National Park Mizoram
Phawngpui Blue Mountain National Park Mizoram
Intanki National Park Nagaland
Bhitarkanika National Park Orissa
Nandankanan National Park Orissa
Simlipal National Park Orissa
Darrah National Park Rajasthan
Desert National Park Rajasthan
Keoladeo National Park Rajasthan
Mount Abu Wildlife Sanctuary Rajasthan
Ranthambore National Park Rajasthan
Sariska National Park Rajasthan
Khangchendzonga National Park Sikkim
Guindy National Park Tamil Nadu
Gulf of Mannar Marine National Park Tamil Nadu
Indira Gandhi National ParkTamil Nadu
Mudumalai National Park Tamil Nadu
Mukurthi National Park Tamil Nadu
Palani Hills National Park Tamil Nadu
Dudhwa National Park Uttar Pradesh
Corbett National Park Uttarakhand
Gangotri National Park Uttarakhand
Govind Pashu Vihar Uttarakhand
Nanda Devi National Park Uttarakhand
Rajaji National Park Uttarakhand
Valley of Flowers National Park Uttarakhand
Buxa Tiger Reserve West Bengal
Gorumara National Park West Bengal
Neora Valley National Park West Bengal
Singalila National Park West Bengal
Sundarbans National Park West Bengal

There are some new national parks have been proposed by State Governments in India, and are pending for an approval.

Thursday, November 25, 2010

Wildlife Tours in India

India has many exotic and fascinating wildlife destinations. Wildlife India tours offers packages to the National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries of India. Travel to a lush tropical jungle and watch the Tigers and Elephants in the wilderness. Hear the sound of a Panther snarling in the jungle, feel the earth rumble as a Rhino charges past, and marvel at the graceful sight of Cranes and Flamingoes in flight around their nesting grounds in the wildlife sanctuaries in India.

India has 80 National Parks and 441 wildlife sanctuaries. When you travel to India you can see a large number of tigers, elephants and rhinos in the wild. Other exotic animals that you will see are leopards, snow leopards, the red panda, sloth bears, nilgai, gharial, and many species of deer, monkeys and birds. Whether it's the animals, birds, butterflies or the unique vegetation of the sanctuaries of India, you're sure to see unforgettable sights on your journey with Wildlife Tours in India.

There are so many wild life tours in India. You may choose from the following Wildlife Tours:

* Horse Safari
* Camel Safari
* Elephant Safari
* India Jungle Tour
* Coast to Mountain
* The Wild Adventure
* The Lure of Jungle
* Bird Watching Tour
* India Wildlife Tour
* Wildlife Tour in India
* Corbett Adventure Tour
* Indian Elephant Safari Tour
* South India Wildlife Tour
* North India Fishing Tour
* North East India Wildlife Tour
* Wildlife Safari Tour in India

Monday, May 31, 2010

Delhi Tourism

Welcome To Delhi Tourism

Delhi, known locally as Dilli, and by the official name National Capital Territory of Delhi (NCT). New Delhi is the capital of the Republic of India. It is situated within the metropolis of Delhi and serves as the seat of the Government of India and the Government of the National Capital Territory of Delhi. Comprising of two contrasting yet harmonious parts, the Old Delhi and New Delhi, the city is a travel hub of Northern India.

General Information of Delhi:

Area: 1,483 sq .km
Altitude : 239 m above sea level
Population – Over 15 Million.
Language - Hindi, English, Urdu and Punjabi.
Climate : Extreme Hot in Summer and Cold in Winter
Best time to Visit : October to March

Sightseeing Delhi

Chandni Chowk
Crafts Museum
Dara Shikoh Library
Dolls Museum
Gandhi Darshan & Gandhi National Museum
National Science Centre
Old Delhi
Rajpath & India Gate
The Ghats

Forts and monuments

Humayun's Tomb
Isa Khan's Tomb
Jantar Mantar
Old Fort
Qutab Minar
Red fort
Safdarjung Tomb

Places of worship

Akshardham temple
Ayyappa Temple (Malai Mandir)
Bangla Sahib Gurudwara
Budha Vihara
Catheral Chruch of the redemption
Chattarpur Mandir
Digambar Jain Temple (Opposite Red Fort)
Free Church
Hanuman Mandir
Jama Masjid
Judah Hyam Synagogue
Laddakh Budha Vihar
Lakshmi Narayan Temple (Birla Mandir)
Lotus Temple
Majnu Ka Tila
Moth ki Masjid
Nanak Piao
Nizamuddin Dargah
Rakab Ganj
Saint James Church
Sis Ganj
Sisgunj Gurudwara


Ramakrishna Mission
Sivanand Yoga Vedant Natraja Centre
Shri.Aurobindo Ashram Delhi Branch

Park/Botanical gardens

Appu Ghar
Buddha Jayanti Park
India Gate Lawns
Lodhi Garden
Millenium Park
Mughal Garden
National Zoological Park
Rose Garden
Shalimar Garden
Talkatora Garden
The Zoo
Zoological Garden


Air Force Museum
Crafts Museum
Dara Shikoh Library
Dolls Museum
Gallery Of Modern Art
Gandhi Darshan & Gandhi National Museum
Indira Gandhi Memorial
Modern Art Gallery
Museum Of Natural History
National Museum
National Children Museum
National Police Museum
National Rail Museum
National Science Centre
Nehru Museum & Planetorium
Red Fort Museum Of Archaeology
Sangeet Natak Akademi
Sanskriti Museum
Tibet House Museum

Keep coming for more ……

Saturday, May 22, 2010

Tourism in India

India is a vast country and its physical boundaries are spread far and wide. This mystic land is blessed with diverse climatic conditions and varied geographical patterns. India is mainly talked in terms of North India and South India as there are marked differences between South and North.

Tourism in India has received a major boost in the past decade since the Indian Government realized the great potential of tourism of India during vacations. Tourism of India during vacations has grown by leaps and bounds with a great influx of tourists from throughout the world who have been irresistibly attractive to the travelers.

India has the right tourism potential and attractions to captivate all types of tourists whether it is adventurous tour, cultural exploration, pilgrimages, visit to the beautiful beaches or to the scenic mountain resorts, Tourism of India has it all for you.

Travel through Indian states and cities bring to light, the cultural and the geographical richness of India. We provide you a glimpse to the richness of tourism in India with information on all the major tourist destinations of India and tourism services of India that will take care of all your problems while you are in India.


In a country where topography varies wildly, climatic conditions are only bound to vary wildly too. Classified as a hot tropical country by many, that is a definition that holds true for most of but not all of India. Exceptions include the northern states of Himachal Pradesh and Jammu & Kashmir


All over India makeshift markets line streets. Paan-sellers dot market corners, villages have busy market-days, deserted mountain trails boast lone tea-stalls that count as a whole settlement, and city roads all lead to snazzy malls! While shopping has always been big for Indians, as current trends

India Wildlife & Birds:

Nature has always helped in flourishing the mankind. But this isn't about what nature gives to you, its what you, as a human being give back in return. Are you concerned about nature? Does saving the endangered species and taking necessary actions for those who are on the brink of extinction means something to you? Then join hands with the wildlife organizations to save mother Earth!

India Fairs & Festivals:

India is a country of subcontinental dimensions. It is an ancient civilization and an inheritor to a rich and diverse cultural tradition. The Fairs and Festivals celebrated across the length and breadth of the land present a fascinating pageant and showcase the resplendence of its arts and crafts tradition.

Some festivals are of religious nature, others are linked with the lives of the people, change of seasons and harvesting. There are fairs which in past played an important role in the commercial life of the people and continue to be celebrated with great gusto. India is a country with diverse culture and tradition. The diverse culture & tradition has given birth to various fairs & festivals, most of which are based on harvesting.

There is festival of light - Deepawali, festival of colours - Holi, Dussehra or Vijay Dashmi is a very popular Hindu festival, celebrated with éclat throughout the country. It is observed on the tenth day of the bright halk of Ashvin (September-October).It is a ten-day celebration, commemorating the victory of Lord Rama over the demon king, Ravana. ‘Ramlila’ which is based on the epic story of Ramayana, is staged at various places in most of the cities and towns in northern India.

During this performance the Ramayana is constantly recited accompanied by music. It presents a fine blending of music, dance, mime, and poetry before an enthusiastic and religious audience sharing every event of the story with the actors. There are festivals for brothers & sisters, mothers, husbands, brothers, children, etc. Indian see God in every living and non-living thing. Even rivers, mountains, ponds, lakes, trees, flowers, animals, birds, reptiles are sacred here. Starting from Sunday till Saturday, each day of the week has some religious significance. The fairs and festivals of India are very compelling and entertaining. Sweets, fair, grand and elaborate menu, are some of the musts in the Indian fairs & festivals.


For the thrill seeking traveller India is an all-in-one deal. The Indian Himalayas and the many hill formations present the trekker with innumerable hiking and trekking options. The wildlife sanctuaries, whether in the ‘sholas’ of southern India or the thick teak forests of the east, whether


From the highest point of the Kanchenjunga peak at 8598 meters to the lowest point at 0 meters at the Indian Ocean, India is the land that spells variety. The 7th largest country in the world, it covers a total area of 3,287,590 sq km in area. It lies in south Asia jutting into the Indian Ocean

More next time...

Thursday, April 15, 2010

Commonwealth Game 2010 in India

About Common Wealth Game

A common wealth game is held after every four years in which every member of common wealth nations participates. This year the 19th edition of Commonwealth Games 2010 is scheduled to be held in New Delhi the capital city of India between 3 October and 14 October 2010. This is the best time to travel to Delhi, which has average daytime temperatures of near about 22°C.

The games will be the largest multi-sport event conducted to date in Delhi and India generally, which has previously hosted the Asian Games in 1951 and 1982. The opening ceremony is scheduled to take place at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Delhi. It will also be the first time the Commonwealth Games will be held in India and the second time the event has been held in Asia (after 1998 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia).

You can visit many of Delhi’s numerous heritage sites and monuments, sample world class cuisine and entertainment at the city’s numerous hotels and restaurants, shop till you drop at the various malls and shopping outlets the city provides, and experience all that this vibrant, exciting city has to offer.

General Information of Delhi:

Area: 1,483 sq .km
Altitude : 239 m above sea level
Population – Over 15 Million.
Language - Hindi, English, Urdu and Punjabi.
Climate : Extreme Hot in Summer and Cold in Winter
Best time to Visit : October to March

The Key Partners of the Common Wealth Game's are:

Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF);
Indian Olympics Association (IOA);
Organising Committee (OC);
Government of the National Capital Territory of Delhi (GNCTD);
Government of India (GoI).


The 17 sports to feature in the XIX Commonwealth Games 2010 Delhi will be held at six venue clusters and five stand alone venues in Delhi. Ceremonies, Athletics, Lawn Bowls and Weightlifting will be held at Cluster I: Jawaharlal Nehru Sports Complex; Cycling, Gymnastics and Wrestling at Cluster II: Indira Gandhi Sports Complex; Archery (Qualification Rounds) and Table Tennis at Cluster III: Yamuna Sports Complex; Badminton and Squash at Cluster IV: Siri Fort Sports Complex; Hockey and Archery Finals (India Gate) at Cluster V: MDC National Stadium Complex; and Swimming and Boxing at Cluster VI: Talkatora Garden Complex.

Twenty-six new training venues are being constructed for the Delhi 2010 for different sports. Work has been initiated on all the training venues and is progressing satisfactorily. Apart from this, 16 training venues are being upgraded and will be ready on schedule.

The upcoming article will be speaking more about travel/tourism in India. Keep Coming for more in rental zone.....!!!!

Saturday, March 20, 2010

Discover the value of Vacation Rentals in Dubai

The city of Dubai is located in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Asia. The UAE consists of seven different emirates or principalities, the largest of which contains the capital city, Abu Dhabi. Dubai located on West Coast of the Emirates on the Persian Gulf, attracts several million visitors each year. The city continues to be one of the prime spots for anyone looking for exotic indulgence and luxury. Dubai has a sub-tropical, arid climate. Rainfall is infrequent and irregular. Falling mainly in winter, it amounts to some five days a year. Temperatures range from a low of about 50 degrees Fahrenheit to a high 118 degrees.

Things you shouldn't miss at Dubai:

Bruj Khalifa
Desert Safari
Dubai Heritage Village
Ski Dubai
Dhow Cruise
Souks (Traditional Markets)
Visit the Gold Market
Eat Shawarma
Wild Wadi
Burj Al Arab

Some things you must know before taking vacation in Dubai

Visa requirements
Car rentals
Accommodation options
Best time to have holidays in Dubai
Avoid Ramadan
Shopping tips

Festivals and Events

Dubai Summer Surprises
Middle East International Motor Show
Dubai Tennis Championships
Eid Al Fitr
Eid Al Adha

Now hurry and pack your bags to enjoy a grandeur vacation at Dubai.

Thursday, March 11, 2010

Burj Khalifa , Dubai - The World's Tallest Building

The World's Tallest Building, Burj Khalifa officially opened Jan. 4 in Dubai, the United Arab Emirates.The height of Burj Khalifa is 828 meters, or 2,716.5 feet. The building was designed by Chicago Architect ADRIAN SMITH."It was the culmination of many years of work and one of the most thrilling moments of my career," said Smith, who left SOM in 2006 to start his own firm, Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture.

"The Burj Dubai, now Burj Khalifa, was designed not for ego gratification or to fulfill a list of superlatives. It was designed to lift the spirits of a nation and a culture, and to bring joy and inspiration to its citizens."

The design of Burj Khalifa was commissioned by its developer, Emaar Properties, after SOM won a design competition in early 2003. Smith's design of the form of the building is geometric in plan, starting with three branches and three pods. Setbacks occur at each program element, decreasing the tower's mass as it rises toward the sky. At the tower's top, the central core emerges and is sculpted to form a finishing spire. Views of the Arabian Gulf and city are maximized throughout the building through the use of a Y-shaped floor plan inspired in part by certain early designs of Mies van der Rohe as well as Chicago's Lake Point Tower.

Emaar was interested in having Burj Dubai be the tallest building in the world, but that standard could have been met with a building much shorter than the one Smith and his team ended up designing. But Smith envisioned Burj as a very elegant, slender building, and to resolve the design in an appropriately proportional way required a great deal of height-quite a bit more than Emaar had originally expected. In the end, the height of the project was changed from 700 meters (2,296 feet) to "something taller" when Smith changed the massing at the tower's top. (The world's next-tallest building is Taiwan's Taipei 101 at 1,670 feet.) Burj Dubai's official height was announced last week at 828 meters, or 2,716.5 feet.

Burj Khalifa will continue to be the world's tallest building for at least five years, since no announced projects of greater height have actually broken ground yet, and it will take at least five years of construction for another tower to exceed the height of the Burj.

Burj Khalifa includes luxury condominiums, the world's first Armani hotel with ballroom and support amenities, meeting facilities, 50,000 sm of luxury office space, restaurants, health club, spa, outdoor swimming pool, tennis courts, the world's highest public observatory, three floors for communications equipment, 6 mechanical floors and 3,000 parking spaces. The tower's gross area is over 300,000 sm above grade, a total of 450,000 sm including below-grade levels.

Smith's design focuses on several unique problems posed by supertall buildings. Coordination of the results of wind tunnel testing and concerns with stack effect led to the development of special elements and mitigation strategies within the building and at the many building terraces. Window washing and the need to maintain the building's exterior wall led to the design of a system that incorporates over a dozen specialized mechanized units at several levels of the tower. Other innovative use of materials and systems include high-efficiency lighting; reduction in urban heat island effect with large water features and extensive landscaping above the garage podium roofs; and use of a site-wide gray-water system for irrigation including recovered condensate.

Wind tunnel tests were conducted to ensure the tower would perform optimally in response to weather conditions. In response to the tests, Smith and his design team sculpted the tower's shape, in particular by staggering the setback heights, to shed the negative forces of the wind moving around the building, which he calls "confusing the wind." He and the team also took several steps to mitigate the stack effect, which in Burj means that, due to the height of the building and difference between the internal and external temperature, indoor air tries to travel downward and flow out of the bottom of the building.

Skyscrapers such as Burj Khalifa are inherently sustainable because they accommodate a large number of people on a small footprint, which helps save agricultural land from development and reduce carbon emission associated with commuting to and from suburbs. They also offer efficient vertical and horizontal transportation systems, encouraging the use of public transit and creating increasingly walkable cities. Supertall buildings can also be formed to further decrease their environmental effect and become "super-sustainable." These structures can take advantage of the faster wind speeds at higher altitudes and drive wind toward building-integrated turbines to generate power. Because they are less likely to have shadows cast on them, high-rises also make efficient use of building-integrated photovoltaic systems to absorb solar power and generate energy. And deep foundations make them ideal for geothermal heating and radiant cooling systems.

More next time...

Saturday, March 6, 2010

Highest Buildings in The World

I have already listed some top beaches in the world and also explained three beaches out of them in my previous articles. All these places are best choice for vacation rental. Now I want to share something new. I thing anybody spend his/her leisure time as vacation rental and gain some knowledge about some special places of the whole world. These are some historical buildings in the world.

Burj Khalifa, Dubai, The United Arab Emirates (167 Stories)
The Sears Tower – 1451 ft (452 m) 108 Stories
Empire State Building – 1250 ft (381 m) – 102 Stories
Taipei 101, Taipei, Taiwan – 1671 ft (509 m) 101 Stories
Shanghai World Financial Center – 1614 ft (492 m) 101 Stories
Petronas Twin Towers – 1483 ft (452 m) 88 Stories
Jin Mao Tower – 1380 ft (421 m) 88 Stories
Two International Finance Center (IFC) – 1362 ft (415 m) 88 Stories
CITIC Plaza – 1283 ft (391 m) 80 Stories
Shun Hing Square – 1260 ft (382 m) 69 Stories

Out of these some buildings are under constructions and some proposed which are make some history in coming future.

Keep coming for more ……

Saturday, February 27, 2010

Luxury Holiday Rentals – Is it only for the wealthy?

Holiday rental (Vacation rental) is a term which is used frequently in the travel industry.
This phase mostly used in the UK.

Then come to the second point Luxury Holiday Rentals. It is depend s yourself what luxury means. Multi star hotels, luxury cruises, expensive exotic cuisine, first class air travel and Hollywood style perfect vacation is a real luxury holiday. Not only that, it is a dream holiday for almost everyone out there, planning a retreat from the stressful work and routine life. If you have a pocket to support this kind of holiday, go ahead, search on the internet, or contact a travel agent. You would get an endless list of luxury holidays in all over the world.

Almost all continents of the world have luxury-holiday attractions. Travel agents cash on the luxury packages they offer to their customers- like a stay in a five, six or seven star hotel; the luxury facilities offered by that hotel; the panoramic views of the holiday destination; its historical or natural significance; its exclusivity and other features.

Thailand, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, Dubai, Italy, Islands in the Caribbean Sea, India, Morocco and many other places in the world or in your native country offer amazing holiday packages, which can be termed as luxury holidays by all means.

If you look at the concept of holiday, you shall realize that a true holiday is a luxury anyway! You get a break from the norms and problems of your everyday life. You do not have to get up early in the morning in order to rush to your workplace. You have all the time in the world to spend with your loved ones or your family. You are enjoying the weather; you are relaxed, carefree and happy. This is what luxury-holidays are, and they are not just meant for the wealthy.

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Saturday, February 20, 2010

Best Romantic Beach in the World - Maroma Beach,Yucatan, Mexico.

Maroma beach is one of the best beach of the world. It is situated at the coast of the Yucatan Peninsula and only 30 miles from Cancun. Mexico. It is also called the most romantic beach in Mexico.

Best time to visit Maroma Beach :There is tropical climate in this part of Mexico. The minimum temperature is about 60F and the maximum temperature is about 90F. . The dry months are Mar and Apr, while Sept and Oct are the months of rain due typhoon season.

How to go :Cancun International Airport is the nearest international airport, and just about 20 miles from Maroma - about a 30 minutes drive from Maroma.

While you are There :Don't neglect Maroma's spa services. You can select from wide range of therapies and serives like massages, yoga, ayurveda, facials, reflexology, meditation and many more...

Traveling Tips : The on-site office at Maroma ensures that travelers can roam and take benefit of the many exquisite opportunities available at both the surroundings as well as the resort. Rent a car and visit Mayan ruins, the Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve and the Contoy Island bird sanctuary. One of the world's largest barrier reefs is located offshore and is perfect for a snorkeling trip. Lovers of water can also take pleasure in the cave diving, kayaking and river trips. On arrival, take in the property that introduces a meditation area and the sentry point to the visitors.

More next time...

Sunday, February 7, 2010

World’s Best Beaches - Biarritz Beach, France.

France is a republic in Western Europe and the largest country in Europe bordered by Belgium, Luxembourg, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Monaco, Andorra, and Spain.

France is beast vacation rental place in Europe with wonderful features of beaches. The main reason is France borders two major bodies of water: the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterannean Sea.

There are several top beaches in France which are attract the visitors which are want to spent some time at France. Those are Biarritz, Cannes, Menton Beach, Arcachon Beach, St. Jean de Luz St., Cap d’Agde, La Rochelle etc.

One of the best beaches Biarritz of France is located in the Pyrénées-Atlantiques, Aquitaine region. It’s altitude 0 m–85 m, 11.66 km² Land Area and just 18 kilometers from the border with Spain.

Biarritz is just 2 hrs. from London through Plane, 5 hrs. from Paris through Train and about 8 hrs. from Paris. From June to September is the best time for a beach holiday in Biarritz. During this time daytime temperatures climb to around 25°C (77°F).

From late spring to autumn the majority of visitors to Biarritz are wealthy Western Europeans who flock to the upmarket hotels of this glitzy resort. Expansive beaches, challenging waves, museums, a smorgasbord of restaurants and Biarritz's close proximity to a wealth of world class golf courses means that the resort attracts everyone from surfers to holidaying families.

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Monday, January 25, 2010

Top Beaches in the World - Poipu Beach, Kauai, Hawaii

Hawaii is a state in the United States in the central Pacific on the Hawaiian Islands.
The Island of Hawaii is sometimes called the Orchid Isle or the Volcano Isle, but to its residents it's always "the Big Island of Hawaii." Kauai is the oldest of the main Hawaiian Islands.

There are many worth exploring places in Kauai such as Anahola, Anini Beach, Haena, Hanalei , Princeville , Kapaa, Lihue and Poipu.

Poipu Beach - The most popular beach on Kauai’s south shore, Poipu Beach is special for families. Poipu Beach Park: Big, wide Poipu is actually two beaches in one; it's divided by a sandbar, called a tombolo. On the left, a lava-rock jetty protects a sandy-bottomed pool that's perfect for children; on the right, the open bay attracts swimmers, snorkelers, and surfers. Outside the swimming area, the ocean bottom slopes gently to overhead depths. The beach is a pretty curve of white sand about 1,000 feet long and 50 feet wide, with plenty of room for sandcastle building or strolling. Poipu Beach is mostly protected from large wave action by a rock formation a few hundred feet offshore from the middle of the beach. A sandspit running out to these rocks forms two perfect back-to-back crescents of sandy beach. The opposite end of one of these crescents terminates in a shallow, semi-enclosed pool that is ideal for children. A manned lifeguard tower helps parents keep an eye on the little ones.

Poipu Beach Park is the top choice for families. A series of curious reef arrangements flank every powdery sand beach with each featuring its own distinct coastal environment. Safety at Poipu Beach is considered the best with an on-duty lifeguard every day of the week. The cove is shallow and calm, perfect for little ones to splash around, while snorkelers young and old can walk west of the cove to a sandy bank and explore the fascinating reef.

Poipu Beach encompasses several beaches lining cloistral coves, gentle waves and clear, blue skies. Kauai diving and snorkeling is some of the best around Poipu Beach Park and perfect for beginners. Swimming at any of the beaches is a dream. With bath-like temperatures there's no need for a second of hesitation. An abundance of outdoor recreation can be enjoyed at any of the beaches. Boogie boarding, surfing, volleyball, wind surfing and more are all pastimes of beach-goers.

There are other excellent beaches to explore from Poipu Beach. Accessed from Scouting Horn Road, west of Poipu Beach Park, Baby Beach is a safe cove great for children. Shipwreck Beach is a sweeping stretch of white sand east of Poipu that has a few miles of coastal trails to explore. It's popular with surfers and has some Kauai resorts to choose from as well.

Poipu Beach is of course one of Kauai's most popular tourist destinations Hawaii and several hotels and vacation rentals abound. Condos nearby include Poipu Shores, Sunset Kahili, and Nihi Kai Villas to the east and Whaler's Cove, Kuhio Shores, and Prince Kuhio to the west.

Sunday, January 17, 2010

Top Beaches In The World

What is your next plan in 2010! This is the coldest time, how are you going to stay warm? So you have to choose the place according to the season. So a beach vacation package could be just what you need.

The destination choices are endless, because there are so many top beaches in the world ranging from Asia to Australia and United States to Caribbean.

Our world is full of beaches, but some beaches are famous for their beauty which is given below:

Beaches  Country
Anse Source D'Argent  La Digue, Seychelles
Beau Vallon  Northern Mahe, Seychelles
Biarritz  France
Clifton Beach  Capetown, South Africa
Fernando De Noronha  Brazil
Ipanema Beach  Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Khao Lak Beach  Phuket, Thailand
Larvotto Beach  Monte Carlo, Monaco
Maroma Beach  Yucatan, Mexico
Matira Beach  Bora Bora, Pacific Ocean
Palm Beach  Oranjestad,Aruba
Paradise Beach  Mykonos, Greece
Pink Sands Beach  Harbor Island, Bahamas
Poipu Beach  Kauai, Hawaii, USA
South Beach  Miami, Florida, USA
St. Tropez  France
Surfers Paradise  Queensland, Australia

Friday, January 8, 2010

Finding A Great Vacation Rental in Any Spot

Great Spots! Find a great vacation rentals very top task. But in the current time it is too easy to select. When it comes to finding a great vacation rental there is both bad news and good news. The bad news is that there are more rentals today than ever before. The good news is that thanks to modern technology, they are easier to tour and book.

Search the vacation rental through Internet - There are more than 60,000,000 competitors in vacation rental market which are offer different types of accommodation with the current status like surrounding areas, photos, prices and availability. Just you can go the specific websites and deal with the particular rental.

Don’t hesitate for call the owner – After selecting a vacation rental call to the vacation rental property owner directly. Sometimes the property is already booked by somebody. But that was shown available in the website. You can confirm from the owner, and you can clarify your other doubts.

Investigate yourself – After selecting the vacation rental just talk with the owner. Then you can search on the Internet, review the consumer opinion those are already gone that place earlier.

Reserve with your Credit Card - Book your great vacation rental with your credit card. This is the most modern and secures technology available on the market, which encrypts your personal facts and credit card information. Credit card fraud is a wide-ranging term for theft and fraud committed using a credit card or any similar payment mechanism as a fraudulent source of funds in a transaction.