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Potter’s Colony: Get down and dirty in Delhi

Kumhar Gram, or as it is popularly known – Potter’s Colony, is a village lost in time in the midst of urbanized Delhi. Home to over 700 potters who made their way to Delhi from Alwar in Rajasthan, the Potter’s Colony is a thriving village cut off from the rest...

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Thailand vs Bali: Find the right destination for you

There is no dearth of travel options in South-East Asia. All of them are delightfully affordable, which confuses the traveller even more so. So how do you pick? Packing all the options into one trip isn’t really a good idea because they all offer distinctly different experiences. Do you go...

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India Gate: An experience, not just a photo op

When you think of India, the first two cities that come to mind are Delhi and Mumbai. And usually, the first stops at these cities are colossal arches of the cities – The India Gate and Gateway of India. In fact, we’ve all seen so many pictures of these two...

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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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Itinerary in Thailand

There is a joy no less than the one traveling to a foreign land and coming back happy and cheerful. For what is and what is not is in your hands. You could have chosen any destination but instead you chose Thailand. You could have chosen any city but instead...

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Sands in Pattaya

Pattaya famous for its nightlife is more famous or its beaches. The beauty of these places are a thing to be seen. Pattaya beach and Jomtein are most popular ones and thus are mostly crowded on weekends and in holiday season. Nakula beach is ideal for peace loving and relaxation....

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Backpack and Pattaya

Backpackers have long been missing from the Pattaya travel circuit. The backpackers usually arrive in Bangkok from wherever and head north to Chiang Mai or south to Phuket and as they approach to southern border into Cambodia. Chiang Mai is a great photography destination so be sure to carry your...

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Kanchanaburi – Chill away

The bridge which most infamously started World War II Death Railway to Burma on the Bridge over river Kwai is in this city. This city is gaining attention of the backpacker scene who look to chill out at the riverside vibe and get away from Bangkok. More visitors are thus...

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Shankar’s International Dolls Museum, Delhi

Delhi is famous for many things. It is the capital of India. It is well-known for its rich Mughal heritage which includes several UNESCO World Heritage such as the Qutub Minar or Humayun’s Tomb. It is loved for its mouth-watering street food at Chandani Chowk. Delhi, however, still has several...