If you are planning a trip to Malaysia, you have probably heard about a pink mosque considered as the most beautiful in the country. Beware, this famous religious building is not in Kuala Lumpur but in a nearby city called Putrajaya. Follow the guide! We have listed what you can do there to enjoy this amazing city.
The old continent is a privileged land that has monopolized human history for at least 3000 years. The splendor of the Greek culture and its profusion in all directions made that the neuralgic center of the human history moved from Egypt and the coast of Asia Minor to Europe. Since then, its importance has not ceased to grow, further increased by the unification that the expansion of the Roman Empire supposed. And if it is true that Europe has known moments of darkness, it has always risen from its ashes and has managed to create a social and cultural background that not all continents can boast.
If you panic at the thought of getting on an airplane, it's probably because you don't know the laws of physics that allow planes to fly. We suggest you discover three scientific principles that will help you overcome your fear of flying or at least limit your fear.
Even though Malaysia is known to be a safe and accessible country for western travelers, there are some habits and customs that are sure to surprise you during your first stay in this Southeast Asian country. For all those who are planning a trip to this beautiful destination and want to prepare themselves for a different way of life, we have listed 5 surprising things in Malaysia.
The resort of Les Orres, in the Hautes-Alpes department, is located near the Ecrins National Park. This destination has the Famille Plus label and offers activities for young and old in a preserved environment.
From the first weekend of December, the Christmas spirit blows on the city of Menton. Not only do the illuminations create a magical atmosphere in the streets, but many parades and animations invest the city.
The town of Ribeauvillé nestled in the heart of the Alsatian vineyards is a beautiful medieval city. At the approach of the end of the year celebrations, the 'City of the Ménétriers' invites you to go back in time on the occasion of its medieval Christmas market: a most picturesque festival!
It snows in Mougins in December. Thanks to a partnership with the resort of Valberg, the village is transformed into a vast space dedicated to leisure activities. In addition, the Mougins Christmas market invites you to a world tour of end-of-year traditions.
Celebrating Christmas in Nice, under the sun of the French Riviera, is a magical experience. From the beginning of December, the Côte d'Azur capital dons its winter coat and is adorned with magnificent illuminations. The inhabitants of Nice and the tourists meet in the heart of the city, on the famous place Masséna to enjoy the animations and the craft products of the Christmas Village.
Like the whole country, the Malaysian capital is a city with many facets. Mosques, representative of the state religion, coexist with Hindu and Chinese temples. The skyscrapers seem to grow like mushrooms in this city in full expansion, but nature also has its place there in parks with the paces of jungle. To help you discover this teeming metropolis, we have listed for you the 5 best things to do in Kuala Lumpur.