Category Archives: Asia

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Climate and Weather of Sidon, Lebanon

The climate of Sidon According to shopareview, Sidon or Saïda is located in southwestern Lebanon, on the Mediterranean Sea. Sidon is located in the district of the same name of which it is also the capital. Like most towns in this region, Sidon has a long history: there is evidence that the place was inhabited… Read More »

Climate and Weather of Altai, Mongolia

The climate of Altai According to citypopulationreview, when traveling through the sparsely populated province of Govĭ-Altai, you will come across the small town of Altai. This place has about 18,000 inhabitants and is located in western Mongolia. In addition, it is the capital of the Govĭ-Altai province. Do not confuse Altai with the mountain range… Read More »

Kuwait Market Opportunities

MFA: Strategic opportunities for foreign exporters The shutdown of the economy due to pandemic measures hit Kuwait’s economy quite hard in 2020. However, the drop in oil prices was crucial, which was reflected in the drop in GDP and caused a fiscal crisis. Revenues from oil exports account for more than half of GDP and… Read More »

What to See in Armenia

Most excursions are arranged from the capital of the country – Yerevan . Tourists are offered a wide variety of routes covering different parts of Armenia. Yerevan is located in the center of the Ararat valley on the banks of the Hrazdan River at an altitude of 850 to 1300 m. According to legend, it… Read More »

What to See in Bhutan

The capital of Bhutan – the city of Thimphu is located in the western part of the country in a mountain valley at an altitude of 2700 m. In historical sources, it was first mentioned under the 2nd century AD. Thimphu has been the capital of Bhutansince 1961. According to Top-mba-universities, Bhutan.all buildings in the… Read More »

What to See in Cambodia

Phnom Penh. Phnom Penh is the capital of Cambodia. The main attractions of the city are the Royal Palace (1866), the Silver Pagoda, one of the most important in Phnom Penh, the Wat Phnom temple, the National Museum of Art, the Tul Sleng Genocide Museum, the Hindu temple of Tonle Bati. The Killing Fields are… Read More »

Ecotourism in China

There are many ecotourism sites in China. The country has one of the largest number of forest protected areas and forest parks in the world. There are 1,658 forest parks with a total area of over 19 million hectares and 1,757 forest protected areas with a total area of over 150 million hectares. In particular,… Read More »

What to See in Cyprus

Nicosia Thereare many historical monuments in Nicosia. Most of them are located within the so-called Old Town. Previously, this territory was the heart of the city, but with the arrival of the Turks and the division of Nicosia lost its meaning in two parts. The old town is surrounded by a medieval rampart built by… Read More »

What to See in Hong Kong, China

Hong Kong Island is the business and financial center of the area. The district’s capital, Hong Kong, is located here . The main attractions of the city are skyscrapers, museums, buildings of the colonial era, the temples of Man Mo and Tin Hau, Victoria Peak with its adjacent park, the botanical garden, Victoria Bay, from… Read More »

What to See in India

Unique natural and historical monuments are concentrated in Northern India. When visiting the capital of the country, Delhi, first of all, you need to get acquainted with historical monuments. Among them, the famous Red Fort (Lal Kila, 1639-1648) with the vast palace complex of the Mughal era and the “multi-colored palace” Rang Mahal, the ruins… Read More »

What to See in Indonesia

Java island. First of all, on the island it is worth visiting the capital of the country – Jakarta. Of interest here is Taman Fatahila Square, paved with stone, on Freedom Square (Medan Merdeka) rises a 132-meter marble monument “Monas”, on top of which an imitation of a flame covered with gold is built, the… Read More »

What to See in Iran

Traveling around the country is best to start from its capital – Tehran . This is one of the largest cities in the Middle East and the largest city in the country, its administrative, economic, industrial and cultural center. Tehran is located in the northern part of Iran on the southern slopes of the Elburz… Read More »

What to See in Israel

EXCURSIONS Jerusalem is the oldest religious center, where the shrines of Judaism, Christianity and Islam are located, because it is not for nothing that it is called “an open-air museum”. About 3,000 years ago, King David made Jerusalem his residence, and during the reign of his son Solomon, the First Temple was erected. According to… Read More »

What to See in Japan

In order to at least superficially see the sights of Japan, you will need at least several weeks. The capital of the country – Tokyo , as well as the now flourishing cultural center of Kyoto (the former imperial capital) are the main objects of tourism, but do not forget about the extraordinary beauty of… Read More »

What to See in Northern Jordan

As a rule, the first city where tourists arrive who want to visit Jordan is Amman . Amman has been the capital of Jordan since 1921. People began to settle here since ancient times, BC the city was the capital of the Ammonite kingdom and was called Rabbat-Ammon. Later, the Greco-Roman city of Philadelphia, one… Read More »

What to See in Kazakhstan

According to Top-mba-universities, the capital of Kazakhstan is the city of Astana , this name is translated from Kazakh as “capital”. It is located in the north of the central part of Kazakhstan on the banks of the Ishim River (a tributary of the Irtysh River). The city has been performing the functions of the… Read More »

What to See in Kyrgyzstan

MOUNTAINS: MOUNTAIN VALLEYS AND RANGE Kyrgyzstan is a mountainous country. Its capital, Bishkek, is located in the central part of the Chui valley at the northern foot of the Kyrgyz Range (Tien Shan) at an altitude of 750-900 m above sea level. Most of the country is covered with mountains, most of the cities are… Read More »

What to See in Laos

Vientiane. Vientiane is one of the quietest and most peaceful Asian capitals. Many buildings in the city are reminiscent of the country’s close ties with Europe, such as the old colonial French mansions or the triumphal arch of Patusai, built in a style close to rococo. The main temple of the capital and all of… Read More »

What to See in Lebanon

40 km south of Saida is the city of Sur – the fourth largest city in the country and one of its largest seaports. Sur was founded in 2750 BC on the coast and two small islands. Under King Hiram in the 10th century BC. both islands were united. Starting from the 9th century BC,… Read More »

What to See in Malaysia

According to Top-mba-universities, Palau Payar Marine Park is located 30 km southeast of Langakwi Island, in the northern part of the Strait of Malacca. It is considered the best marine park on the west coast. It includes 4 islands. Here is the most beautiful coral atoll in the entire Strait of Malacca. On the west… Read More »

What to See in Mongolia

Ulaanbaatar is the capital of Mongolia and the largest city in the country. It is located in the north-east of the central part of Mongolia in the valley of the Tola River at an altitude of 1300-1350 m. Until recently, Ulaanbaatar looked little like a capital city. Now modern buildings are being built in the… Read More »

What to See in Yangon, Myanmar

Until 1989, Yangon had an English name – Rangoon. The city was the capital of Burma (Myanmar from 1989) from 1948 to 2005. Yangon is completely covered with vegetation, and wherever a tourist is, there will be several pagodas in his field of vision. According to Top-mba-universities,the main attraction of Yangon – Shwedagon Pagoda (Shwedagon).… Read More »

What to See in Nepal

Despite the small territory of the country, in Nepal at almost every step there is something remarkable, whether it is a snow-capped mountain peak, a stormy river, tropical or centuries-old coniferous forests, temples, pagodas or gompas. Even the way of life, the great mixture of traditions and religions, beliefs and nationalities attracts the attention of… Read More »

What to See in North Korea

Any tour of North Korea begins with a visit to the capital of the country – the city of Pyongyang . The city sits on the banks of the Taedong-gun and Potong-gun rivers in western North Korea. Translated from Korean, its name means “wide land” or “cozy place”. The exact date of the founding of… Read More »

What to See in Oman

According to Top-mba-universities, Muscat is the capital and largest city of the country. It is located on the coast of the Gulf of Oman in a picturesque bay. From the south it is surrounded by the El-Akhdar mountain range. Muscat has been mentioned in historical documents since the 1st century AD as an important trade… Read More »

What to See in Philippines

Luzon Island According to Top-mba-universities, the capital of the Philippines, Manila, is located on Luzon Island. The main excursions pass through the sights of the city. In 1945, it was bombed by American air forces, so miraculously little of the architecture survived. Worth seeing is Fort Santiago in the old center of Intramorus; Catholic Manila Cathedral,… Read More »

What to See in Arkhangelsk (Russia)

According to Top-mba-universities, Arkhangelsk is located in the northern part of Russia at the mouth of the Northern Dvina River, 45 km from its confluence with the Dvina Bay of the White Sea. In addition, Arkhangelsk includes numerous islands in the Northern Dvina delta. The city is the administrative center of the Arkhangelsk region. As… Read More »

Transport in Singapore

This small country has a well-developed public transport structure, which includes the subway, rapid train (MRT) system, railway, buses and taxis. The road network and traffic are planned in such a way that there are practically no traffic jams. You can take a tour of the harbor on a luxury boat. Metro The metro operates… Read More »

What to See in South Korea

Jeju Province occupies the island of the same name in the Korea Strait. Jeju Island is the largest island in South Korea. Here is the highest point of the country – the extinct volcano Hala-san (1950 m). Jeju famous for its resort areas stretching along the coast, volcanic landscapes and picturesque nature. The beaches here are… Read More »

What to See in Syria

The main city of the Mediterranean coast of Syria and the main seaport of the country is Latakia. . It was built during the Seleucid dynasty in the 2nd century BC. There are not many historical sights in the city itself. Only the columns have survived, a Roman arch from the 2nd century AD. and… Read More »