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Macau is Much More Than Casinos!

Macau- Asia’s Las Vegas When I decided to travel to Macau most of my friends had one reaction: “there is nothing to do there except for gambling!”. As usual I never listen and this time I was happy I didn’t. Macau is divided into the Cotai strip where you have all the casinos and everything looks like Las Vegas and the two islands Taipa and Coloane. Coloane is for me...

Hong Kong in 3 Days 2 Nights

Hong Kong’s proximity from Singapore makes it one of Singaporeans’ favourite travel destinations. Various regional budget airlines such as Scoot, Jetstar and AirAsia often have promotions for airfare from Singapore to Hong Kong, which makes Hong Kong even more appealing as a weekend getaway. I have personally been to Hong Kong quite a few times, with...

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...

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...

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Best Of Sydney, On Lower Budget

Sydney is an iconic destination beckoning a ton of visitors irrespective of time of the year.  Travel single or with family, Sydney has something to offer to everyone. From the eye-catching Opera house to the vast open sea it is indeed a dream destination. Yet, Sydney can be ridiculously expensive and blow your budget in no time. Taking the best of Sydney in with a...

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...