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Travelogues from Asia

Mystical Beijing, 4 Days In China’s Capital City

If you’ve never been to China or stayed long enough you’re probably wondering what the hell is a “Dragon boat festival”(or hey maybe you heard about it anyway). Well this festivity in China is celebrated on the 5th day of the 5th month according to the Chinese calendar and this year the date for this holiday was 18th June(they know better how...

Varanasi – Oh My Ghat

After spending 12 glorious days in Uttarakhand (Nainital, Corbett, Mussoorie) I returned to home on 3rd June, 2017 and on the very next day i.e. 4th June, 2017 I left for my trip to Varanasi/Kashi/Banaras. Varanasi is the oldest city and having more than 1000 temples and 60 ghats. Visiting Varanasi is quite an experience because Hindus believe that death at Varanasi...

Maldives Memories, Plan it before it vanishes!

Maldives was on my bucket list from along time. The pictures of perfect blue turquoise waters, sea life,dolphins and amazing water chalets tempts you enough for a visit. A holiday in Maldives is expensive, but there are some balancing factors which can make it a budget trip. Here is my tip and experience of my 3 night travel to Maldives in April’ 18. Day 1...

Jim Corbett National Park – The Land of Roar

The Jim Corbett National Park is situated at an approximate distance of 260 Kms from the National Capital Delhi. The small town near Corbett is Ramnagar which forms the headquarters of CTR. The city is well connected by road or rail with major cities of India like Moradabad, Nainital, Bareilly and Delhi. “The book of nature has no beginning as it has no end...

Langkawi – The Perfect Island Escape

Langkawi, also known as the Jewel of Kedah is an archipelago of more than 100 islands and islets. It is adjacent to Thai border. This 478.5 square kilometer island has been a duty-free island since 1987. Imagine all the booze, chocolates and other stuff are tax-free on the island of Langkawi. Pulau Langkawi has not been developed but seafood restaurants, spas, and...

Phuket: The Ultimate Things to See and Do

Have you ever thought of going to the biggest island in Thailand? I always wondered what the largest Thai island looks like until one day I decided to go. Phuket is the Largest Thai island. It is a home of the finest beach destinations, the lively towns, white-sand beaches, amazing seas and palm trees. Phuket provides a variety of experiences such as diving...

Palawan:-One Of The Best Islands In The World

Imagine living in an archipelago that has 7,107 islands, you heard it right, 7,107 islands. Being a Filipino, I haven’t explored many islands in the Philippines but I am happy to say that I visited some of the islands that are on my bucket list. The Philippines is known for its emerald rice fields, wonderful beaches, beautiful volcanoes, bug-eyed tarsiers, and...

Singapore In 3 days

We wanted to celebrate our friend’s birthday in Singapore. It was a special occasion for us and our holiday was customized around it. Singapore, a versatile and mesmerizing destination was perfect for me and my three other friends, as we were looking forward to witnessing its theme parks, beaches, adventure places, and the breath-taking infrastructure This getaway...

Laos, The Forgotten But Simply Beautiful Country

Often said, it is the forgotten country but for someone who loves nature like me, Laos is simply beautiful. It absolutely describes its new tourism slogan “Simply beautiful”. Having said that about the country, I am very much excited to share with you guys about my experience in a country as attractive as you could ever imagine. From the laid-back...

Phuket, Where Your Smile Meets The Sand and Sunset

Are you a traveller? Do you like the beach vibe? How about random food trips? If all these are in your travel bucket list, then, you should visit Phuket, Thailand. It was Feb 2016 when I first visited Phuket. I moved to Phuket for work. I am a web designer and SEO consultant. A client hired me to work for his company. At first, everything was just for work. Then...