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Russian Market

Russian Market

Phnom Penh, Cambodia

This huge market was given the name ‘Russian’ after it turned into a major tourist stop. The market has shops for everything from electronics to fabrics and souvenirs. There are several vendors’ stalls and barrows selling inexpensive silk and other fabrics that can be given to the tailor with specifications suggested. The south of Russian Market is packed with stalls of traditional Khmer handicraf...

Emirates Air Line

Emirates Air Line

London, United Kingdom

Emirates Air Line is a cable car operated over the River Thames, which connects the Royal Docks to Greenwich Peninsula. The views are spectacular, and definitely picturesque no matter what the weather is like.   You can either take the line from Emirates Royal Docks or from Emirates Greenwich Peninsula, so Royal Victoria station and North Greenwich station are closest.    Timi...

Hangngnaameedhoo Thila

Hangngnaameedhoo Thila

Maldives, Maldives

Hangngnaameedhoo Thila is 150 m long with hordes of various sea creatures. Broken Rock Thila is around 100 meters long and houses fusiliers, trevallies and blue-lined snappers. Hukuruelhi Faru, a great dive spot, is a fantastic manta ray cleaning station. The dive site can be reached easily from Rangali, within 10 minutes by boat, and from Mirihi Island, within 35 minutes. In the north corner...

Mohatta Palace and Museum

Mohatta Palace and Museum

Karachi, Pakistan

This palace was built by a Hindu businessman by the name of Shivratan Chandraratan Mohatta in the 1920's. The building is constructed out of special pink stones from Jodhpur and the common yellow stones. It housed the offices of the Foreign Affairs ministry after the founding of Pakistan. It was soon given under the care of Fatima Jinnah, sister of the Quaid, but after her death it fell into negle...