Category: local guides

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Varkala – The pristine Cliff-side Beach

Varkala is a tiny village located some distance away from Thiruvananthapuram, boasting of a beautiful cliff-side beach. The Varkala beach is also known as Papanasam beach, which literally means “destroyer of sins”. It is said that a dip in the beach cures you of all sins. The waters of the...

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Exploring Denpasar

  Denpasar, the capital and the largest city in Bali, is a bristling, multicultural city that boasts of friendly residents, temples, palaces and museums. Even the most world weary shopper will find something to shop for in the markets in the city. Bali Museum provides visitors a necessary introduction to...

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Sunset at Tanah Lot

“The land in the sea” – that’s what Tanah lot literally means and it is a pretty good a description to the rock formation that’s located just offshore, providing an imposing view of the sea and the evening sun. The ancient temple of Pura Tanah Lot sits atop the rock...

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The Splendor of Pura Besakih

On the eastern side of Bali rests a majestic, imposing active volcano- Mount Agung. The slopes of Mount Agung hosts an even more impressive and royal architectural Marvel – Pura Besakih, also known as Mother Temple of Besakih, the largest, most holiest and the most important Hindu temple in  Bali....

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Bali – The heart of luxury

Bali is home to some exotic villas and luxury resorts. Let’s have a look at the crème-de-la-crème of the hotels and resorts Bali has to offer to those who can splurge the dough! Ametis Villa The laid back Canggu Beach is home to this exquisite gem of a resort, combining...

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Ayutthaya

From the most populated city in the 1700 to the home of most diverse people in 1800, this city has come a long way to what it is now. Although all that remains today are only but a glimpse of the once magnificent city that it once was. It is...