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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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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...

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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...

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City Palace Jaipur: A tribute to Rajput heritage

A state of sand dunes and lush forests, palaces and camels, Rajasthan is one of the most well maintained states of India. It is tourist friendly with ample sign boards, multilingual guides and friendly locals. Rajasthan is known as the Land of Kings, with the opulence of the kings of...

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Sights and Sounds in Ubud

Ubud, a tropical dreamland, offers much to the eyes and ears. Thankfully for the tourist, quite many avenues are present to explore her beauty. Cycling tour A journey on a cycle is the best way to discover the stunning lush green landscapes of this beautiful place. From the beginning of...

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Agra Fort: A showcase of Mughal Grandeur

Just two kilometres from the famous Taj Mahal lies the Agra Fort. Agra Fort was built by Mughal Emporer Akbar in 1565. It is one of the most magnificent and imposing forts of India. More four thousand labourers toiled on its construction which took eight years to finish. It is...

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Fatehpur Sikri: The abandoned capital of Akbar

One of the primary stops of every tourist in India is the Taj Mahal. One of the Wonders of the World, The Taj Mahal is undoubtedly a stunning beauty to behold. However, not many people know that that is not the only attraction that Agra holds. Just a little off...

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Pattaya Blitz

A shower after the “Pattaya Blitz” There are times in your life when moments happen so fast with so much content in them that you actually start living in the spectacular now. Those actions of yours, reactions of others, craziness of the situation, mesmerizing beauty that you witness are all...

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Pattaya: Suay Laaw

The city was only a minor fishing spot for the native until the 60’s. Then the infamous Vietnam War brought American soldiers here to relax and to rejoice. This is the story of hottest pleasure center of the world being formed in the quaint city of Pattaya. An attraction to...

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Jantar Mantar: Jaipur’s astronomical observatory

Just a four hour drive from New Delhi is Jaipur, Rajasthan’s capital city. Founded in 1727 by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II, Jaipur is now a part of the Golden Triangle Tourist Circuit which also includes Agra and Delhi. Jaipur holds several fascinating attractions for tourists including the City Palace,...