Asia

Taling Chan Floating Market, Bangkok

At the weekend only Taling Chan Floating Market in Bangkok Thailand, locals and tourists enjoy Thai music, foot massages, canal tours and the freshest of seafood. It makes for a perfect day trip in the city and provides a glimpse into the local Thai lifestyle. No trip to Bangkok is complete without visiting a floating […]

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10 Cities in India That Are a Food Lovers Paradise

by Rohit Agarwal on July 5, 2017

Upma Pondicherry

India is a land of myriad cultures and communities that co-exist and thrive in a splendid manner. This multi-cultural aspect is evident in different forms of Indian cuisine providing a paradise for all types of food aficionados. You will find cities popular for their unique culinary delights, however, most of them differ in their region-specific […]

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5 Things to Do While You Are in Wayanad, Kerala

by Rohit Agarwal on June 9, 2017

Chembra Peak

Wayanad, the quaint little north-eastern district of has a unique topography. Situated at the southern tip of Deccan plateau, this place shares it border with both Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. Archaeological evidence suggests that the region has been inhabited for 3000 years.  The area has versatile geological features – from hills to waterfalls to …

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5 Crazy Things to Do When You Are in Goa

by Rohit Agarwal on April 10, 2017

In Jungle Book

Get the Party Started! It’s time to strap on your favorite bathing suit and take a dip in your new sunscreen lotion. Holidays are right around the corner and where best to relax and indulge, then in the pristine ambiance of Goa. Everything is crazy when you are in Goa. Her clear blue waters are […]

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10 Reasons to Visit Myanmar During the Green Season

by Anthony Manzanares on April 7, 2017

Myanmar’s green season falls from May till September and is a perfect time frame within which to visit this mysterious Asian destination. The main tourist attractions in Myanmar (Bagan, Mandalay, Northern Shan state, Kalaw and Inle Lake) only get rainfall on 25% of the days during the so-called rainy season, and even if it rains […]

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Plane Spotting and More at Kansai International Airport

by Mary Jo Manzanares on February 13, 2017

Japan’s Kansai International Airpot (KIX) is located on an artificial island in the middle of Osaka Bay. Opened in 1994, it serves as the international hub for ANA and JAL, as well as Peach, Japan’s first international low-cost carrier. If you’re traveling internationally to the Kansai region (Kyoto, Kobe, Osaka), chances are that you’ll arrive […]

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Happy Ghost Month

by Mary Jo Manzanares on August 15, 2016

Taiwan’s “Ghost Month” falls between August 3rd and September 1st this year, and although it may sound terrifying, the ceremonies and cultural festivals that take place at this time make it a very special time to visit. Legend has it that, the gates of hell open on the first day of the Lunar month and close on […]

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Breathtaking Mughal Monuments in India – The Mosques

by Rohit Agarwal on August 8, 2016

While India has seen a fair amount of rule of the Mughals, it has also witnessed some of the greatest monuments that they have built. Though these structures are religious edifices and the magnificent compounds make it an experience to worship and surrender you to the lord above, these monuments are also a feast to […]

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5 Overlooked Places to Visit in Jaipur

by Guest Contributor on March 30, 2016

Photo by Arun Prabhu,CC BY-ND 2.0 There is a certain charm in Jaipur that leaves a fondness in everyone who visits this marvelous city. There are a many attractions inside this city that delight tourists throughout the year. From the street markets to the magnificent forts, Jaipur has maintained an identity through generations, parts of […]

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Dharamsala : A Spiritual Destination in India

by Rohit Agarwal on September 21, 2015

Nestled amidst the Himalayas, in the Kangra valley the little town, Dharamsala is home to the Tibetan leader Tenzin Gyatso His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama. Originally established as a resting place for pilgrims and trekkers, the town soon transformed into “little Lhasa” providing shelter to the Tibetan refugees who followed His Holiness the 14th […]

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