International Study Tours


Salient features of International Study Tours

  • Leisure Sight Visit
  • Exclusive Architectural Sight Visit with local Architects
  • University Visit
  • Assistance in Documentation
  • Lectures and Seminar
  • Competitive Cost
  • Experienced Program Co-ordinator
  • Accommodation in Comfortable hotels-Twin/Triple sharing
  • No hidden cost- All included in program cost



Europe Architecture :

Ancient Rome and the Italian Renaissance gave Italy a rich architectural heritage that influenced building design around the world.

The Architecture of Ancient Rome adopted the external Greek architecture around the 2nd century BC for their own purposes, creating a new architectural style. The two styles that are often considered one body of classical architecture. Italian Gothic always maintained peculiar characteristic which differentiated its evolution from that in France, where it had originated, and in other European countries. In the late 18th and early 19th centuries Italy was affected by the Neoclassical architectural movement. Everything from villas, palaces, gardens, interiors and art began to be based on Roman and Greek themes, and buildings were also widely themed on the Villa Capra “La Rotonda”, the masterpiece by Andrea Palladio.

The subject of architecture in Italy typically makes one think of classical buildings such as the Colloseum in Rome, the Pantheon, or the Piazza of San Marco in Venice.


 Study Tour Destinations

  • Europe 1 – France, Belgium, Netherlands (6N/7D)
    Paris(3N) Amsterdam(2N)( In route Rotterdam) Brussels(1N)
  • Europe 2 – France, Belgium, Netherlands, Spain (9N/10D)
    Paris(3N) Amsterdam(2N)( In route Rotterdam) Brussels(1N) Barcelona(3N)
  • Eastern Europe 3 – Germany, Czech Republic, Hungary, Austria(10N/11D)
    Prague(2N) Bratislava(1N) Budapest(2N) Vienna(2N) Munich(3N)
  • Europe 4– France, Belgium, Netherlands, Spain, Italy (10N/11D)
    Paris(3N) Amsterdam(2N)( In route Rotterdam) Brussels(1N) Rome(2N) Florence(1N) Milan(1N)
  • Spain (9N/10D)
    Barcelona(3N) Valencia(1N) Granada(1N) Seville(2N) Madrid(2N)
  • Italy (7N/8D)
    Rome(2N) Florence(1N) Venice(2N) Milan(2N)

Singapore Architecture :

The architecture of Singapore displays a range of influences and styles from different places and periods. These range from the eclectic styles and hybrid forms of the colonial period to the tendency of more contemporary architecture to incorporate trends from around the world.

Singapore Architecture ranges from traditional to Modern, Post modern & De-constuctivism.

Like many other global cities and aspiring global cities, the Singapore government consciously launched a drive to develop ‘iconic’ landmarks, unique structures, as well as interesting features and attractions  in the city, as a means to strengthening the Singapore brand identity as well as to attract foreign tourists, skilled immigrants, investements and buzz. Several such landmark projects have since been developed.

Study Tour Destinations

Singapore – (Add on Malaysia) (4N/5D) or (5N/6D)
On demand we can add on Malaysia also.


UAE Architecture :

The United Arab Emirates, abbreviated as the UAE, is a federation of seven emirates (equivalent to principalities), each governed by a hereditary emir, with a single national president. The constituent emirates are Abu Dhabi, Ajman, Dubai, Fujairah, Ras al-Khaimah, Sharjah, and Umm al-Quwain.

The traditional vernacular style of architecture in Dubai is the result of a mixture of three dominant factors: the climate (hot and humid), the religion and customs of its people, and the locally available building materials. The new materials and technologies now available are enabling more adventurous designs. Dubai now has some truly spectacular buildings, such as the Bur Juman shopping centre, office buildings like Emirates Towers and hotels such as Burj Al Arab (first seven star hotel),  Burj Khalifa (tallest mamade structure), Palm Jumeirah (land reclamation island),  Ferrari World (theme park), Dubai Mall (largest Mall in the world).  Masdar City (a sustainable, designed & planned city), all of which combine state of the art architectural design and technique with a traditional Arabic flavor.

Study Tour Destinations

UAE – Dubai & Abu Dhabi (4N/5D) or (5N/6D)
Dubai (4N) Abu Dhabi (1N excursion)


Japan Architecture :

It reflects Japan’s history, starting with its emergence as a new nation in the 19th century and the building of the Western-style capital city of Tokyo on the foundations of Edo. New building materials and construction methods reflected changing times, and the radical contrast between tradition and modernism. While experiencing intense Westernization pressures, Japan developed rapidly to rival the world’s great powers.

Initially, Japanese wanted to pursue the discoveries of the Franco-Swiss Le Corbusier and of Walter Gropius at the German Bauhaus. But soon, Japan also began to produce its own 20th-century architects and develop its own style.

Following World War II, Kenzō Tange became the first Japanese architect in history to achieve international fame.

International fame Japanese Architects like Tadao Ando, Kisho Kurokawa, Toyo Ito, Kengo Kuma , Shigeru Ban and many more Japanese Architects has left their footprints and accolades across the globe.

Study Tour Destinations

Japan – Tokyo (2N) Nagoya (1N) Kyoto (2N) Osaka (1N)


Bali Architecture :

It is a vernacular architecture tradition of Balinese people that inhabits volcanic island of Bali, Indonesia. The Balinese architecture is a centuries-old architectural tradition influenced by Balinese culture developed from Hindu influences through ancient Javanese intermediary, as well as pre-Hindu elements of native Balinese architecture.

Today, contemporary Balinese style is known as one of the most popular Asian tropical architecture, due largely to the growth of the tourism industry in Bali that has created demand for Balinese-style houses, cottages, villas and hotels. Contemporary Balinese architecture combines traditional aesthetic principles, island’s abundance of natural materials, famous artistry and craftsmanship of its people, as well as international architecture influences, new techniques and trends

Study Tour Destinations

Bali – Kuta (2N) Ubud(2N) Sanur (3N)

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