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An evening in Bangkok

Bangkok, the city of dreams, the city of life, the city of needs, the city of sins, the city of nights has long been the love of the dark. For a day spent in the “Sin city of Asia” is incomplete without a night spent in its arms. As poetic...

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Amer Fort, Jaipur: A Mughal and Hindu style fusion

A four hour drive from Delhi lies the capital of Rajasthan – Jaipur. Popularized as the ‘Pink City’ because of the stone used in the construction of several buildings in the city, Jaipur is the holy grail of travellers visiting Rajasthan. Some of the most famous attractions include the Jantar...

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Romania: A journey to Medieval times

ROMANIA Long before the Twilight series came along, vampires were not seen as romantic, good looking, sparkling men. Vampires were horrific, blood sucking monsters that could turn into bats. And the most famous vampire of all was none other than Count Dracula. First introduced in 1897 in Bram Stroker’s eponymously...

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Bangkok – just can’t get enough

Colorful, vibrant, exotic, strange, loving, caring, daring, sexual, accommodating, the list goes on. For the hottest tourist attraction in Asia we can only articulate the various dimensions it shows to its visitors. Its offerings are diverse and ranges from temples, museums, beaches, jungles, bars, shopping mall to food complexes, restaurants...

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Wayanad: Beauty unexplored

Kerala, in the southern peninsula of India is home to some exotic locations, such as azure white sand beaches, dense forests and serene hill stations. One of the lesser explored, virgin beauty is that of Wayanad’s. Nestled away in the heights of Western Ghats, Wayanad offers several gems of delights...

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Laos, Simply Beautiful

Landlocked between the most famous South Asian countries is Laos or Lao PDR, a place where time is of no consequence. This is a country hidden amid the mountains, rivers and land, which among its vastly large neighbourhood is forgotten but is slowly trying to revive back in the world....

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Sao Paulo

The largest city in Brazil with the most diverse ethnicity, Sampa or Sao Paulo as we know it is the most under rated city when it comes to travel and tourism. Away from the circuit of beaches, Sao Paulo has its own idiosyncrasies to explore. From the exquisite way of...