‘Rabten Choeling’ Mont Pèlerin Switzerland – International Buddhist Children’s Week

7minutesonline team - Photo by: rubiyz1048   Rabten Choeling, Buddhist Monastery at Mont Pèlerin Switzerland   Rabten Choeling, the Buddhist Monastery at Mont Pèlerin Switzerland, is settled in the most beautiful location high above Vevey/Montreux overlooking Lac Leman. The breathtaking views alone make a visit worthwhile. The food served is delightful, and their extensive multilingual library... Continue Reading →

Camel Safari In Australia

By Nomad Sahara - Photo by: Jenny Liu The world’s largest camel herd lives in Australia.   Camels have been imported to Australia in the 19th Century mainly from Afghanistan and Pakistan and were used for expeditions one  of them led by Robert O’Hara Burke and William John Wills in 1860-61. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Burke_and_Wills_expedition https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Australian_feral_camel Since that time... Continue Reading →

Buddhism’s holiest site in China: Mount Emei

7minutesonline.com - by Jackie Sand - 12.02.2017 Buddhism's holiest site in China Rising 3,099 meters (10,167 ft.) above sea level about 170 kilometers (105 miles) from Chengdu, Mount Emei is the highest of China's four holy Buddhist mountains. The name "Emei" means "delicate eyebrow". Situated in the southwest area of Sichuan Basin, Emei Mountain flourishes... Continue Reading →

Singapore: Gardens by the Bay

7minutesonline.com, by Nomad Sahara - 08/02/2017 Dear readers and fellow travelers, if ever you come to Singapore, Gardens by the Bay is the place to visit and discover. You have the choice in between visiting the Flower garden dome, an impressive architectural structure home to an amazing variety of flowers of all kinds. You can marvel at orchids... Continue Reading →

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