Once home to three different species of the mighty Komodo dragon, Padar Island is still inhabited by a remarkable array of wildlife, including sharks, manta rays, green turtles, dolphins and occasionally even whales inhabit its surrounding ocean.
The world’s rarest blue Macaws are on a 10-year loan at Jurong Bird Park. With the arrival of these conservation ambassadors, Jurong Bird Park will be the only zoological park in the world where visitors will be able to appreciate all three existing species of the blue macaw family
Noh is a symbolic form of theatre adapted from Japanese traditional literature with a 600 year history. Originally performed for the shogun (the military ruling class) and nobility, it has over the centuries become a more popularized form of entertainment.
Yangzi Explorer has added in a new stop on their Yangzi River Cruise: a visit to the “816 Nuclear Military Plant”, home to the world’s largest artificial cave. A two-hour drive from Chongqing, the plant is a former top-secret Chinese nuclear bunker
Van Don International Airport is officially opening in Quang Ninh Province on 30th December 2018. After three years of construction, the airport is now complete and expects 2 million passengers passing through by 2020.