Today we plan to visit First World Plaza Genting Highlands and Indoor Theme Park. If you want to feel thrown in the air and spun around the next, the Indoor Theme Park you are guaranteed a day full of fun and adventure. Enjoy the relaxing flying boat ride, head to the video arcade for some exciting games, or splash around in the only heated pool at 6,000 feet above sea level.
The story of the Indian Railways (IR) is truly a “Turnaround”. After almost being declared bankrupt in 2001 according to the Expert Group, the Indian Railways is today, “India’s second largest profit making Public Sector Undertaking, only next to ONGC” (Raghuram, 2007). The Indian Railways is considered to be the country’s “prime mover”, and boasts of having the largest network in Asia. The Indian Railways was first established in 1853 and travelled a distance of a mere 34 kilometers (kms) (Alivelu, 2012). The first ever train in India to use ‘iron wheels’ was on 16th April, 1853 – the train has a capacity of 400 with fourteen carriages and travelled from Bombay to Thane, taking seventy-five minutes. Today, the Indian Railways operates more than 11,000 trains in a single day, 7000 of which are passenger trains, making it the “second largest rail network in the World”, under a single management (Gupta & Bhat, 2007). The Indian Railways is essential for the growth of the country and it plays an important role in catalyzing the pace of economic and socio-economic development (Gupta & Bhat, 2007). Here in this post I will share 35 Amazing facts about Indian Railways.
Today, in terms of size Indian Railway is fourth largest in the world. Managing a massive network of railways is both challenging and complex. So, to keep the transparency of the system and regulate smooth commencement of railway network, different types of Indian railway rules and regulations for passengers are imposed. The Railway Act provides detailed legislative provisions regarding railway zones, construction and maintenance of works, passenger and employee services, all the sections, and schedules. Although millions of Indians travel by train, there are many railway rules which passengers are not aware of. It is our constant effort to bring forth information that would help solve your travel worries. Today I point out 15 such rules that you might not know. Know about the different types of Indian railway rules for passengers in this blog post and be an informed and aware passenger.
Malaysia is an amazing country, known for reflecting a various blend of ancient customs, traditions, and culture with a compilation of modernity. The country features a lot to supply to its sensitive tourists in terms of all the Malaysia tourist attractions like beautiful islands, beaches, picturesque towns, heritage sites, and adventure spots. If a Malaysia tour is on the cards, here’s a quick list of best places to go to in Malaysia and mind it, it comes within 3-4 days. Whether you’re trying to find nature, beaches, leisure, or adventure, these places will make sure you have an excellent holiday in Malaysia. in this blog post, I will attempt to discuss my short tour to Malaysia. This is the second part.
We all know that India is an agricultural country. This means that the majority of the population practices agriculture either for self-consumption or as a commercial activity. So there are more villages and small towns in India than in cities and metros. In fact, two-thirds of the Indian population still lives in rural areas as per the last census. The life of a villager and therefore the environment of a village are distinctly different than the urban environment we grow up in. Here in this post, I am going to discuss 15 exceptional Indian villages that you must visit once in your lifetime.