The Himba Women of Namibia are renowned for their intricately sculptured hair. These women first braid their hair, then apply a mixture called ‘otjize’, a blend of butter, fats, goat….
Sri Lanka had five names before it became what it is today. The very first name was Lanka, a word that simply translated into the word “island” in Old Sinhalese…..
For centuries the Japanese language existed solely as an oral language that was never written down. While the characters are similar to that of the Chinese language, the language itself….
Perhaps the most recognizable Japanese article of clothing, the kimono, has an ancient history dating over one thousand years old, beginning at the start of the Heian Period in 794…..
Whatever brings you to Japan, enjoying a piping hot bowl of ramen should be high on your to-do list. This delicious brothy noodle dish is a staple in Japanese culture…..
The tradition of the geishas in Japan began in the early 18th century and is still carried on today. The original performers were men who would entertain clients through musical….
The indigenous Fijian culture is delightfully unique and welcoming. Join the locals in a popular performance called a meke, a traditional dance in Fiji that preserves the legends and tales….
Steeped in rich culture and tradition, the Maldives culture is heavily shaped by Indian, Sri Lankan, Malaysian, Arab, Persian, Indonesian, and even African influences. Maldivians are incredibly warm, welcoming, and….
Situated on the coast of Portugal, Lisbon is full of history, culture, and excitement. Explore the city’s rich history by day and the restaurant and bar scene by night. Live….