Sweden has many beautiful cities worth visiting


The Swedish lifestyle brings together a love of nature, good housing, environmental thinking and lots of culture.  Swedes in general work hard but treasure their free time and enjoy long relaxing holidays.

Starting in the south, you will find everything from deep-green potato fields to some of the richest apple orchards in Europe. On the Baltic island of Gotland, limestone columns rise dramatically from the sea, and in the archipelagos of Stockholm and Gothenburg, swimming and sailing are everyday summertime activities.

In Sweden, nature is something to be shared by everyone and nothing is better proof of this than all ensnarement, or the right of public access, which is one of the unique joys of living here.

so, the choice of season is yours……as there is liveliness determined during the dark or light……celebration galore. Summer time in Sweden….. lakes are for basking beside, for swimming, for fishing and for boating. Wintertime…… the lakes farther north freeze over and play host to skaters and ice fishing enthusiasts. Just witness the people swimming and fishing in Lake Mälaren in the middle of Stockholm, the water is clean and almost of drinking quality and you can catch salmon and other fish species here. And they are edible, just as the tap water is very drinkable.Sweden has many other beautiful cities worth visiting, especially Gothenburg and Malmo.

A haven for shopping….this country is known for its high-quality crystal and glassware, besides excellent cutlery, china, handicrafts, furs, textiles, jewellery, silver, pottery, furniture, cars, sports ware and mobiles. Small Swedish villages have handicraft shops selling knitwear, embroidery and wood carvings. Several traditional markets and fairs are held in the country all through the year. Reputed glassworks manufacturers such as Kosta Boda and Orrefors, located in Smaland, offer good bargains in their ‘seconds’ sales. For good quality ceramics, Nya Hoganas-Keramik in the southern region offers fabulous discounts. There are department stores and upscale shops in the bigger cities. The winding lanes in Gamla Stan in Stockholm are lined with stores selling antiques and handicrafts.

The food delights offered in Sweden tend to be as vibrant and diverse as the history and culture of the people. Nevertheless, the regional food which you may appreciate is determined by which region you are in and dining is an enjoyable and rich experience. Food offers numerous styles along with thousands of excellent dining places in all the main metropolitan areas and towns.

Furthermore, meals in Stockholm and other Swedish holiday resorts are not limited to typical Swedish delights. Culinary fare from all around the globe are available such as Asian, Indian, Middle Eastern, and other international tastes.

Besides Swedish food, there’s……. Thai and Italian food, Seafood, Sushi, International food, Fusion, Pub food, Bakeries and Cafes.The Swedish equivalent of McDonald’s is Max, and is relatively affordable….it is very well-liked and patronized regularly by the the inhabitants and tourists. Personally, a lot of people greatly prefer Max to McDonald’s and other fast food establishments……..you must try this eatery!!

There are tons of fast food pizza places everywhere. The marzipan shell is typically green or yellow in colour……….you would definitely indulge in some sweet stuff on your vacation……..put on some calories as they would do you no harm!!!!!!you need to know about investing in Sweden find out more by going to http://joy-travels.com/

The pink city Jaipur capital of Rajasthan

You may travel by a luxury tourist bus to get a different flavour  to the capital of Rajasthan, called Jaipur, Clothed in pink stucco (in imitation of sandstone), wide-avenue  Jaipur is one of the most important heritage cities in India.  Here follow in the footsteps of the royal regime, because “The Pink City” as it is often called, is unlike any other pre-modern Indian city, in that the entire town was planned according to the principles of Hindu architectural theory.
The city is in fact built in the form of a nine-part mandala known as the Pithapada, which combined with wide streets makes for an unusually airy and orderly atmosphere. That the results of this urban planning have so endured to this day is nothing short of miraculous. Enter the heart of the mandala (on foot or by cycle rickshaw) and you are in the central palace quarter, with its sprawling Hawa Mahal palace complex, formal gardens and a small lake. The “Palace of Winds” was part of the City Palace, an extension of the Zenana or chambers in the complex. Its original intention was to allow royal ladies to observe everyday life in the street below without being seen. Constructed of red and pink sandstone highlighted with white lime, the five-storied facade is peppered with many small windows. The breeze (hawa) that comes through the windows keeps it cool even in hot months, and gives the palace its name.

Drive to the rural village of Sawarda on this novice `Ecstasy India’ Holiday Package where you stay in a heritage home, and behold exploring  this traditional village is like stepping back in time. The village is near Jaipur and has a very interesting tone as it has beautiful temples dedicated to different religions and also has a unique Sikh temple here. The residents of the village are still involved in age old commercial activities and you can see Bulls being used for taking out oil, potters on potter wheel, old gold and silver smiths, and cobblers. You may visit their  very traditional huts,  old temples and small stepwells  Activities can include a tractor safari, Jeep safari or walk in the village and you  can also join the village family in the Aarti or the evening prayer family), Sit with the sundowners on the sunset terrace or at their ochard and dine in the restored dining hall. Your accommodation would probably be arranged is 17th century rural fort which has now been restored. Amongst other things, this family run place also provides drinking water at nominal cost to the villagers and is a big relief during famines. With frescoed rooms, and a Series of terraces and courtyards, it has ample amount of areas to relax, unwind and take the heritage character of the place.

You may then travel to the rural village of Tordi Sagar, where you may walk with a native through the markets, potters, ironsmiths, temples and farms and understand the simplicity and rustic flavour of rural India. Enthuse  yourselves with an adventurous and unique  camel cart ride to the dunes or  take a Jeep safari in the surrounding region, visiting hamlets around the rugged village of local tribals, ancient stepwells and a stunning sunset on the reservoir. An early morning hike to the old fortress is another great option.  The pink city Jaipur capital of Rajasthan Travels one time here.

Highlights of Malaysia A Great Holiday Spots

Malaysia conjures up images of the towering Petrona Towers, rich mangroves, vast stretches of beaches and blue sea. It’s famous for the twirl of sarongs-sarees-baju kebayas-cheongsam, the colourful attire of the many Muslims, Chinese and Indians who live there; and, the many charming structures influenced by the Arabian, Chinese, Indian, Dutch and Portuguese people.
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia’s glittering capital city, has the world’s longest painting on the walls of its’ Pudu Jail. Other famous landmarks are the Merdeka or Independence Square, Chinatown, the King’s Palace – Istana Negara, Jamek Mosque, National Monument, and Sultan Abdul Samad building with fine Moorish architecture.

Cameron Highlands, a hill resort, has tea plantations, colourful-terraced flower gardens, orchards, vegetable gardens and strawberry farms. Taman Negara, one of the world’s oldest, pristine rainforests spread over a vast area with mountains and cascading waterfalls, affords exciting opportunities for rafting, boating, swimming, and a Canopy Walk. You can also meet the Orang Asli, the original nomads, here. Genting Highlands has a casino and several theme parks with thrilling and unique activities for the entire family. There are cave temples here, golfing greens and, vegetables and strawberry farms. Tourists walk through the clouds to the top of Mt Kinabalu and discover spectacular views at the peak.

Some of Malaysia’s waters are the most biodiverse with a vast variety of corals and fishes. Nature-lovers can see the orang-utans and leatherback turtles. Rafflesia, the world’s largest insect-devouring plant abounds here, so do exotic orchids. The mountain garden of Kinabalu and the lake garden of Taiping are a ‘must-see’. Highlights of Malaysia A Great Holiday Spots.

Most fantastic places to celebrate this special Holiday in Hong Kong

One of the most fantastic places to celebrate this special Holiday in Hong Kong. Now’s the time to plan a special trip to Hong Kong. And one of the most amazing places to celebrate this special tour. Hong Kong for New Years puts you smack dab in the middle of one of the most enjoyable to visit. And just like most holidays in other parts of the world.
Hong Kong Disneyland Tours

Hong Kong is one of the chief international business centers, and thus, receives international tourist and businessmen from all over the world on a daily base. There is sophisticated culture infused with the land’s great history for feel more than magical. There are superb restaurants helping all kinds of exotic food. You can pick your package depending on the kind of celebration you want – quiet, outside fun, party, tourism, and so on. You can also choose deals for family or couples.

If you had planned your Hong Kong tour, from here, we will move to our next destination - Hong Kong Heritage Museum, which is the city’s largest and possibly most attractive museum. A short walk from Hong Kong will bring us to our next destinations here – Macau Sightseeing Tour, Taipa Grande nature park hong kong, lamma island tours hong kong, Golden bauhinia square hong kong.