Thailand’s rich culture can be found in its small towns, as evidenced by its distinct blend of culture and religious sites in Phuket. This small town embodies Thailand’s diverse culture in splendor and beauty.
You can also find Chinese shrines, particularly in Phuket, due to the Chinese community that has migrated to Thailand over the centuries. In Phuket, there are as many Chinese shrines as there are Wats, so you’re bound to find a colorful and exciting temple close to whereever you go. Here are 5 temples you should add on your trip to Phuket.Continue reading 5 Temples That You Must Visit In Phuket, Thailand→
James Rosenquist (1933 – 2017) began his career as a commercial sign painter. Working for the Artkraft Strauss Sign Corporation, he produced vibrant representations of consumer goods until committing to a career as an artist in 1960. Renting a studio in Coenties Slip on the waterfront of the Financial District, he began to make paintings that combined a well-known, slick advertising vocabulary with a wry ambivalence about the rampant consumerism he saw all around him. Continue reading Modern Art Monday Presents: James Rosenquist, Sightseeing→
Big Pink Sightseeing is a line of Hop On/Hop Off Tour Buses that will not only delight you with many local sights and entertain you with their knowledgeable tour guides, but when you take a Big Pink Tour you will also be supporting Breast Cancer Research around the world. For every guest riding on these distinctively Pink Buses, a contribution to the local Breast Cancer Foundation will be made by the local tour operator.
Photographed on a foggy day in the port of St John, New Brunswick, Canada, in front of a Royal Caribbean Cruise Ship!
On December 9th, Circle Line Sightseeing Cruises and World Yacht Dinner Cruises celebrated the festive season and lent support to two Local Non-Profits with the first annual Lighting of the Ships – which was a Family-friendly Visual Spectacular! The popular Cruise providers hosted an evening of lights and revelry for local New Yorkers at Piers 81 and 83, including two specialty cruises for Cruise provider-selected NYC non-profit organizations, each of which is committed to enhancing the lives of New Yorkers. Continue reading Circle Line & World Yacht Celebrate The Holidays with the First Annual “Lighting of the Ships”→