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Read this before your Koh Samui trip

Posted by Sandra James on 7th August, 2017

There is a lot of useful and interesting information about Thailand on the internet but what attract most people about this country is its fascinating nature and islands. One of them is the huge and exotic Koh Samui. Today we’ll speak about several facts about the Koh Samui so that your upcoming trip could be more productive and interesting.
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Koh Samui

10 Simple Hacks For An Awesome Road Trip

Posted by Mihir Godbole on 22nd October, 2016

Hopping in the car, filling up the tank, cranking the tunes and hitting the open road. There's nothing better than a road trip to get the adrenaline flowing.
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Road Trip Map Car

5 Tips For Fighting Homesickness During Long-Term Travel

Posted by Jessica Kane on 10th October, 2016

Travel is one of the most intense experiences someone can have in their life-time. Whether you have chosen to live abroad for a lengthy period of time or are simply country hopping from airport to airport, everyone gets homesick at one point or another. There are ways to combat the homesickness, though.
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Homesickness

Scotland of the East amidst Abode of Clouds - Shillong

Posted by Tarun Kumar on 9th October, 2016

We had been bored out of the rigors, or so to say, of the college life and were actively looking for a vent. It was then during one of our post dinner bakars that we realized that we had been there in Guwahati for more than an year and hadn't ventured out of the city and so were sown the seeds to planning of this trip.
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Barapani Lake Shillong

10 Little Known Must See Attractions in Singapore

Posted by Goranka Medhi on 2nd September, 2016

Singapore, the Little Red Dot, as it is affectionately called, is one of the most captivating places to visit in Asia. There are plenty of hidden treasures in this island nation, if you're willing to tread off the beaten track. Here are a few little known places that you must visit in Singapore.
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Singapore Skyline

Simplified Hotel Search For Your Multi-Destination Trip

Posted by Goranka Medhi on 30th August, 2016

Finding hotels for your trip can be cumbersome. Multiple destinations, multiple travel dates and multiple booking sites – all together make things complicated and time consuming. Not any more!
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Select Destination Dates

Manaus - The Amazing Metropolis In The Middle Of The Amazon Rainforest

Posted by Srinath Kokul on 16th July, 2016

There is a city of 2 million people in the core of the world's largest rainforest, the Amazon rainforest. That is Manaus.
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Bridge Rio Negro

Incredible India - The Perfect Destination For All Seasons!

Posted by Sanjota Purohit on 12th July, 2016

India, a delightful destination for people of all tastes has something to offer for everyone. Blessed with mist clad mountains, deep blue seas, enigmatic deserts, golden beaches, emerald green valleys, ...
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Kanyakumari Sea Thiruvalluvar Statue

Busting Myths about Rajasthan - The Melting Pot of Culture and Heritage

Posted by Suresh Godara on 9th July, 2016

For many, Rajasthan is the very essence of India, with crenelated forts and impregnable palaces that rise like giant fairy-tale sets above dusty sun-scorched plains and shimmering lakes. Here are a few myths about Rajasthan that have to be busted!
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Rajasthan Sand Dunes Camel

5 Breakfast Ride Getaways From Bangalore - Third Edition

Posted by Ajay Ananth on 6th July, 2016

There is no joy better than discovering new food places on a motorcycle and with the deteriorating quality of breakfast served at regular chains such as Kamats, A2Bs etc.
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masala dosa hotel shri janardhan ramanagara

North East India - The Little Explored Destination

Posted by Abhijeet Deshpande on 2nd July, 2016

My wife and I made a longish tour in 2013-14 - in what became a life-altering experience. I've turned into a travel writer since ...
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Living Root Bridge Meghalaya

Mesmerizing Slovakia - The Hidden Gem of Europe

Posted by Arvind Bhatt on 25th June, 2016

We had the opportunity to visit Slovakia in late September, 2015. Initially we had no idea what was up for us. But it turned out to be a truly mesmerizing destination.
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Slovakia Spis Castle

Top Weekend Destinations From Mumbai For The Monsoon Season

Posted by Goranka Medhi on 3rd June, 2016

Love the rainy season? Like to get wet in the rain? Then head to these easy weekend getaways near Mumbai this monsoon season. While the city cools off, its nearby vistas also turn a verdant hue with cool misty valleys and lush waterfalls.
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Mumbai Monsoon Destination

5 Little Known Amazing Weekend Getaways From Chennai

Posted by Goranka Medhi on 30th April, 2016

Life in Chennai has changed a lot in the last couple of decades. City life has become extremely hectic and stressful. Sometimes the best you can do is to escape to the nature, to enjoy the mystery of the forests, to feel the cold water of the lakes on ones feet and enjoy the sound of the wind in the trees.
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Ubbalamadugu Tada Falls

10 Little Known Amazing Facts About Hyderabad

Posted by Goranka Medhi on 10th April, 2016

Hyderabad, also called the 'City of Pearls', is a beautiful city filled with modern structures and facilities, while still maintaining its old world charm. Here are a few little known facts about this charming city.
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Charminar-Hyderabad

Greece – The Road Less Traveled

Posted by Preethi Chandrasekhar on 21st March, 2016

I recently discovered a secret Greece has been hiding from the world. It’s called Meteora. The town is a hidden gem, a few hours from Athens. Fully prepared to be swept off my feet by the island of Santorini, I fell in love instead with this magical place, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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Meteora Monastery Greece

Must See Tourist Attractions in Mexico City

Posted by Siskia Lagomarsino on 19th March, 2016

Many who visit Mexico City compare it to the greatest cities in Europe, perhaps because its downtown is layered in 1,000 years of culture, with one civilization built upon another. Here are a few must see attractions in Mexico City.
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Mexico City Beautiful

Easy & Pleasing - Maribetta Trek

Posted by Kavya G N on 15th March, 2016

I wanted to tick off at least one trek before I left to Rajasthan and when opportunity came knocking, I uttered – I’M IN!!! We started as early as 5:00 am to Kanakpura and were greeted by beautiful sunrise on the way.
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Maribetta Lake

11 Must See Sights On Old Route 66

Posted by Crystal Leturno on 13th March, 2016

Few roads in the US inspire as much nostalgia as good ol’ Route 66 leading from Chicago to Los Angeles. Here are eleven of today’s Route 66 highlights not to be missed.
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US Historic Route 66

6 Little Known Beautiful Destinations in the United States

Posted by Mark Bohrer on 2nd March, 2016

California, New Mexico and Colorado have some hidden gems for the active traveler. In this centennial year of the U.S. National Park Service, there will be special events at many of them.
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Pueblo Bonito Chaco

13 Scenic Weekend Getaways in California

Posted by Adonis Villanueva on 28th February, 2016

From Yosemite and Big Sur, to Joshua Tree and Redwood National Park, California is home to some of the most beautiful places on earth. Just browse through these awesome pictures and be amazed by it’s beauty.
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Minaets California

10 Things You Shouldn't Do In New York!

Posted by Matt Schlenker on 15th February, 2016

The cultural and financial capital of the USA, if not the world, New York City is an adrenaline-charged, history-laden place that holds immense romantic appeal for visitors. But while visiting, here are a few cultural faux pas that you should avoid in New York!
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New York City Skyline

5 Airport Hacks You Didn't Know About!

Posted by Goranka Medhi on 13th February, 2016

Almost everything about the travel experience is more negotiable than you might think. There are lots of hacks, especially if you travel frequently. Here are 5 of the best airport hacks...
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Airport Luggage

Somnath Temple - A Truly Surrealistic Experience!

Posted by Tirthkumar Patel on 9th February, 2016

Somnath is one of the most surrealistic places to visit in India. Its magnificence and size make you realize that you are just a speck of dust in this universe! It is hard to describe the beauty of this temple in plain words!
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Somnath Temple

Top Travel Hacks To Make Your Next Trip More Enjoyable!

Posted by Aman Nikhil Mehta on 7th February, 2016

Everyone likes to travel. It is the planning part that majority of people don't like. But it can be hassle-free if you do it right. Here are some smart travel hacks that can make your next trip more enjoyable!
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RoadTrip Travel Tips

10 Cool Weekend Destinations in Mumbai You Didn't Know About

Posted by Goranka Medhi on 23rd January, 2016

Noisy yet spiritual, flashy yet humble, Mumbai manages to cram so many extremes into one city it's no wonder that it leaves most visitors exhilarated and entranced. Here are 10 wonderful weekend destinations within Aamchi Mumbai, that you didn't know about!
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Wayanad Tea Estate

5 Exciting Weekend RoadTrip Destinations From Bangalore

Posted by Goranka Medhi on 18th January, 2016

Bengaluru, the 'Silicon Valley of India' is where the country’s new, confident and global identity is being forged. The city might lack historical sites but more than makes up for it with its buzzing, relaxed and liberal atmosphere and a location that makes it a perfect base for exploring the beautiful and evocative destinations of South India.
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Wayanad Tea Estate

20 Things You Must Do In Italy

Posted by Olivia Skumps on 14th January, 2016

Italy is an extraordinary blend of heart-thumping, soul-stirring art, food and landscapes rivalled by few and envied by millions. The landscapes offered by Italy are unparalleled and it is a country that has something to offer for all kinds of visitors. Here are 20 things that you must do in Italy.
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St Peters Basilica Rome

My Tryst with Bengaluru!

Posted by Adil Mistry on 7th November, 2015

'Confusion hi confusion hai, solution kuch pata nahi, solution jo mila toh saala question ka kuch pata nahi' – these lines from a song in 3 Idiots was probably written keeping Bangalore in mind. So what’s the confusion?
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Bengaluru Vidhana Soudha

Eight Ways To Make A Road Trip Fun

Posted by Rahul Bhardwaj on 23rd October, 2015

Road Trips are more than just a way to get from one place to another. Here are some ways to make Road Trips fun.
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Road Trip Wagon

Eight Little Known Hidden Treasures in Chhattisgarh

Posted by Pranjal Sahu on 20th October, 2015

Introducing to the world a treasure hidden from the world - Chhattisgarh, a heaven for slow travelling and backpackers! Historical throwbacks, waterfalls, world heritage sites, dense forests, tribal Folks..you name it and Chhattisgarh has it!
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Chhattisgarh Chitrakoot Waterfalls

Road Trip To Chitradurga Fort - An Architectural Delight

Posted by Shreyas Panduranga on 17th October, 2015

It had been a very long time since I took my motorcycle for a ride out of town. It always feels good to go to a new place and I had been wanting to see the fort at Chitradurga for some time. Now the time seemed perfect.
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Chitradurga Fort Temple

Avalabetta Hilltop and Gudibande Fort - Exploring the Unexplored

Posted by Sagar Sakre on 13th October, 2015

Avalabetta and Gudibande Fort are unexplored destinations that make for a perfect weekend roadtrip from Bangalore. They make for a perfect combination of Nature and Heritage!
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Avalabetta Hilltop Gudibande

Trek To Lakshman Mandir And Hemkund Sahib

Posted by Dushyant Chauhan on 10th October, 2015

Hemkund Sahib, situated at an elevation of 15000 feet above sea level, is a special place as it holds importance in both the Hindu and Sikh faith.
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Hemkund Sahib

Magnificient Madurai - The True Soul of Tamil Nadu

Posted by Prasanna on 7th October, 2015

Chennai may be the capital of Tamil Nadu – a southern state of India - but Madurai claims its soul. One of the oldest cities in South Asia, MADURAI - on the banks of the River Vaigai - has been an important centre of worship and commerce for as long as there has been civilization in south India.
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Madurai Temple Pillars

10 Little Known Offbeat Attractions That You Must Visit In Bangalore

Posted by Goranka Medhi on 4th October, 2015

Bangalore is known the world as being the IT hub of India. Bangalore can also be a springboard to explore beyond the ordinary. Here are a few offbeat attractions to make your weekends more lively!
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Microlight Flying Bangalore

Amazing Trek To The Mysterious Kanooru Kote

Posted by Ashwini Kumar Bhat on 3rd October, 2015

Sometime back I along with my friend Nagabhushana visited a desolated remnant of the fort of Kanooru (Kanooru Kote in Kannada) in the heart of the Western Ghats.
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Kanooru Kote Temple

6 Breakfast Ride Getaways From Bangalore - Second Edition

Posted by Ajay Ananth on 1st October, 2015

The quest for more breakfast ride getaways continues...Presenting the second-set of the 6 best South-Indian Breakfast Getaways from my beloved city - Bangalore.
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Annapurna Hotel Breakfast

Gandikota - The Unexplored Grand Canyon of India

Posted by Kavya G N on 30th September, 2015

This place was on the list ever since we saw the stunning images on the views it offered. Finally on a quiet early morning we headed towards our destination.
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Gandikota Pennar River

10 Must Do Things In Dharamshala/ McLeodganj

Posted by Pratikshit Pandey on 29th September, 2015

Irrespective of where you come from, Dharamshala/McLeodganj (Himachal Pradesh, India) - the seat of His Holiness The Dalai Lama - would be an ideal dream vacation. Here are 10 must do things at McLeodganj/Dharamshala.
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Dharamshala Dancers

10 Little Known Amazing Facts About Mumbai

Posted by Goranka Medhi on 27th September, 2015

Noisy yet spiritual, flashy yet humble, Mumbai manages to cram so many extremes into one city it's no wonder that it leaves most visitors exhilarated and entranced. Here are 10 amazing facts that you didn't know about Aamchi Mumbai, the City of Dreams!
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Mumbai Chatrapathi Shivaji Terminus

A romp in the snow: Rupin Pass Trek

Posted by Kavya G.N on 13th September, 2015

Travelling has always been a joy. But it’s merrier and becomes one of the cherished moments when you do it with your friends. The first time I saw Himalayas it left me spellbound. I wanted to see more and made a secret promise that I would visit it often and hopefully soon.
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Pristine White Snow

What Is It Like To Travel Alone?

Posted by Sharmila Ashraf on 8th September, 2015

I have been travelling alone since 2012. Unlike majority of the people who travel alone, I didn’t choose to travel alone, it just happened.
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Girl Jumping

Dhanushkodi - The Unexplored Ghost Town With A History

Posted by Yogesh Indolia on 6th September, 2015

If there's a place, in India, which will make you feel like you are at the end of the world, with just the sea all around, it has to be Dhanushkodi.
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Dhanushkodi Church

10 Driving Lessons To Learn Before You Start Road Tripping

Posted by Sayed Khalid Faridi on 27th August, 2015

Road Trips are more than just covering miles or kilometers. The act of being in the car or bike, seeing the sights and not having to rush becomes your trip. But before you embark on your road trip, here are some basic driving lessons that you should learn...
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Road Trip Wilderness

Charming Bali - The Land of Geckos and Paddy Fields

Posted by Preethi Chandrasekhar on 23rd August, 2015

Have you ever seen a Gecko? I'm sure many of you have. Have you ever HEARD one?!
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Jatiluwih Bali Rice Terrace

11 Reasons Why Bangalore Is Awesome

Posted by Pratikshit Pandey on 20th August, 2015

Bangalore, the "Silicon Valley of India" is a melting pot of cultures. From a long walk in Cubbon Park to hundreds of cafes, from trails of trees everywhere to the amazing weather, you can’t help falling in love with the city. So, here are 11 reasons why Bangalore is an awesome city.
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Vidhana Soudha

Offroading or Onroading? What's your High?

Posted by Nabila Tazyeen on 18th August, 2015

Either of the following three things may have happened when you read the headline - one, your eyebrows shot up, you rubbed your hands in glee and said to yourself that this is going to be interesting; two, you instantly took a side; and three, well, you don’t know what I’m talking about.
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Uttaranchal Beautiful Road

Road Trip To The Valley Of Flowers - Where The Heavens Descend On Earth

Posted by Dushyant Chauhan on 15th August, 2015

There are a few things which can never be described in words. A few experiences so subtle in nature but so deep that they touch your soul forever. Sometimes it is mere coincidence that such experiences come your way by themselves but sometimes you make such wonderful experiences happen to you. And I made it happen to me by fulfilling a long cherished dream of visiting the Valley of Flowers in Uttarakhand (India).
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Valley Of Flowers Uttarakhand

10 Ways to Earn Money While Traveling The World

Posted by Martina Vyskocova on 12th August, 2015

Traveling might be cheap if you know the right budget tips, but what if you could turn it around and actually make money from traveling? Just like any hobby, traveling can be monetized as well with help of some tools and the right mind-set. Here are some tips to earn money while traveling. Enjoy!
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Money Travel

12 Unique Lakes of India That Must Be On Your Bucket List

Posted by Goranka Medhi on 10th August, 2015

India has a large number of beautiful lakes spread all over the country from Kashmir to Kerala and from Rajasthan to Assam. These water bodies are amongst the biggest tourist attractions in India. Whether you’re searching for serenity or want to make a splash, here’s a list of unique lakes where you can enjoy a perfect lakeside vacation.
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Pangong Tso Lake

10 Must Do Things in New Delhi

Posted by Divya Jain on 8th August, 2015

Delhi is the real symbol of old India and the new. It is not the narrow lanes and houses of old Delhi nor the wide spaces and rather pretentious buildings of New Delhi that count, but the spirit of this ancient city. Here are 10 must do things in this wonderful city!
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Red Fort Delhi

17 Reasons Why I fell in Love with Chennai

Posted by Akand Sitra on 27th July, 2015

I have spent four of my most productive years in Chennai, so Madras (As I like to call it) will always have a sweet spot in my heart. Because ...
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Chennai Marina Beach

Ten Most Beautiful Palaces of India

Posted by Goranka Medhi on 25th July, 2015

India's rich history is best highlighted by the wide range of palaces scattered all over the country. Showcasing a wide range of architectural styles, India's gorgeous palaces are gateways to the times when the Maharajas ruled over this land. Here are the ten most beautiful palaces of India...
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Amba Vilas Palace

Ten Road Trip Hacks You Should Know!

Posted by Ted Sindzinski on 18th July, 2015

Oh I could go on for days here, but here's a few of my favorite tips & tricks for making a road trip that is the adventure rather than just a road trip that just gets you to a destination.
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Road Tripping

Five Reasons Why Road Trips Are Awesome!

Posted by Nabila Tazyeen on 15th July, 2015

Sure, there are flights and trains and bullock carts, but the joy of getting behind the steering wheel or swinging a leg over a bike and setting off into the horizon is an experience without equal. Here’s why...
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Road Tripper

10 Reasons Why Uttarakhand Must Be On Your Bucket List

Posted by Sagar Chauhan on 7th July, 2015

Uttarakhand is an amazingly diverse state, with some of India’s best trekking, yoga schools, holiday towns and wildlife-watching all tucked into one little corner of the country. It is also known as Devbhoomi, due to the numerous temples scattered all over the state.
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Uttarakhand

Exploring the Caves of Antaragange

Posted by Sagar Sakre on 5th July, 2015

Antargange, also known as Dakshina Kashi is a series of rocky hills situated in the Shathashrunga mountain range. It is a perfect destination for a weekend road trip from Bangalore.
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Antaragange Trek

Road Trip From Bangalore To Madikeri

Posted by Gajendra Sharma on 3rd July, 2015

As I approach midlife, there has been a great urge to come out of routine and explore the new and unknown. Much of my newly found fascination towards taking road trips to tourist destinations in southern part of India, can be attributed to it. During last one and half years, I have driven to almost a dozen places..
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Talakaveri Hills

A Day of Exploration in Bhubaneshwar

Posted by Prasanna on 28th June, 2015

Rooted in history, culture and religion, but rife with poverty and political unrest, Odisha isn't your typical destination. But with beautiful temples brimming with stories, villages conserving ancient arts and a still unexposed - but amazingly delicious -local cuisine, you're guaranteed a soulful and unwinding experience if you give this west coast state of India a shot!
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Raja Rani Bhubaneswar

Six Little Known Stunning Beaches Near San Francisco

Posted by Jeffrey Lu on 21st June, 2015

The moment you ask someone for suggestions on beaches near San Francisco, they would suggest beaches that are either in the Santa Cruz or Big Sur area. This is to be expected, and for a good reason! Here are some beaches closer to home (all within 2 hours of San Francisco) that are often (undeservedly) neglected...
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San Francisco Beaches

Four Unique Pani Puri Places in Bangalore

Posted by Ajay Ananth on 17th June, 2015

For any foodie, pani puri aka golgappa aka puchka and the various other names this delightful thing is known as has become synonymous with 'Street Food'. Here is my attempt to discover 'the pani puri with a twist' in my beloved city – the ones featured here are purely on the basis on their 'hatke' nature – price and taste take a secondary stand.
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Golgappa Vodka Shots

Three Trekking Spots for Summer And Tips For an Enjoyable Trek

Posted by Uma Devu on 15th June, 2015

Scorching Summer is here and the unabated heat sucks all the energy out of you. What better way to escape the heat and re-energize yourself than to seek a summer escapade in one of the beautiful mountains? Trekking is the best way to enjoy mother nature in her pristine form. Here are three top destinations for your summer trek...
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Western Ghats Trekking

Four Festivals of North East India You Don't Want to Miss

Posted by Bijit Dutta on 13th June, 2015

Located in the farthest reaches of India and filled with ageless forests and intimidating mountain ranges, North East India is one of the most fascinating places in India. This region is also called "Paradise Unexplored", and the natural beauty of the region is a sight to behold. Here are four festivals of North East India that you must know about..
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Hornbill Festival

Mystical Bali - Where Cultural Heritage Meets Natural Beauty

Posted by Shree Vidya on 11th June, 2015

Endless seas..Ocean full of huge waves..Mixed colours from different waters with varying salt content..Temples in every corner to keep the devils at bay..Every holy place highlighting beautiful architecture..These pleasant statements are not a fantasy. If you want to see this paradise, you have to visit a fascinating island in Indonesia - Bali.
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Bali Sunset

Andaman & Nicobar Islands - The Indian Tropical Paradise

Posted by Sharanya Sunderamoorthy on 9th June, 2015

Andaman and Nicobar islands are one of the most beautiful places in the earth! It is sparsely populated which itself is a blessing in disguise. 'Andaman' is derived from the Malay word for the Hindu god Hanuman. 'Nicobar' is a Malay word that roughly translates to 'land of the naked people.'
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Radhanagar Beach Andaman

10 Amazing Facts About Chennai That You Didn't Know!

Posted by Groanka Medhi on 30th May, 2015

Chennai, a bustling metropolis famous for its cultural roots and manufacturing prowess, has something to offer for everyone. Many people know it as the bastion of the one and only Superstar Rajinikanth and the Mozart of Madras - A.R.Rahman. But it has a lot more to offer..Here are some amazing facts about this wonderful city, Chennai, that very few people are aware of.
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Chennai Central

A Road Trip to Kollli Hills - Conquering 70 Hair Pin Bends!

Posted by Shreyas Panduranga on 29th May, 2015

What better way to spend the Independence day (and the following weekend) than riding solo wherever I want to! At least I couldn’t think of anything else and went riding away from Bangalore into the neighbouring state of Tamil Nadu! I had heard about a hill near Namakkal with a lot of hairpin curves and decided to ride there.
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Serene Kolli Hills

8 Of The Most Beautiful Deserts In The World

Posted by Smruti Rao on 11th May, 2015

According to the dictionary, a desert is a barren area of land where little precipitation occurs and consequently living conditions are hostile for plant and animal life. It gives an impression that deserts are lifeless. But they have a life of their own. The kind of views you get in a desert are unmatched. Here are some of the most beautiful deserts in the world!
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Taklamakan Desert Dunes

A Road Trip to Remember - Mussourie to Dhanaulti

Posted by Divyakshi Gupta on 7th May, 2015

I wake up to the most gorgeous sunrise ever. The silhouettes of the mountains is the first thing I see from my window, layers of hills sprawling against a picturesque landscape. The hills were calling and I couldn't stay holed up inside my hotel room. I left Mussourie at 7 am and decided to visit Dhanaulti, a small town 25 kms away for a day trip.
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Mussourie Stunning Views

How I Quit My Job to Discover India!

Posted by Akand Sitra on 3rd May, 2015

I had quit my job in October 2013, because I was preparing for Civil Services Mains, which was held in December that year. Right after Mains, and before the Interview, I thought of understanding rural India as it is. Not by reading in books, nor by watching movies, but I wanted to see with my own eyes.
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India Rice Fields

Chinatown - A Blend of Old and New in Singapore

Posted by Shree Vidya on 1st May, 2015

Old tradition merged with new technology or modern business influenced by old traditions…Whichever way you look at it, Chinatown, rich in art, culture and heritage is a must-visit destination for tourists in Singapore.
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Chinatown Singapore

Prambanan - Indonesia's Spectacular Hindu Temple Complex

Posted by Aradhana Anand on 27th Apr, 2015

Candi Prambanan, also known as Loro Jonggrang/Rara Jonggrang, is a 9th century Hindu temple complex dedicated to the Trimurti near Yogyakarta, the cultural capital of Java, Indonesia. Candi Prambanan, a UNESCO World Heritage site is the largest Hindu temple compound in Indonesia and part of the Prambanan Temple compounds.
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Candi Prambanan

13 Attractions In India That Can Rival The Best In The World!

Posted by Suraj Chavan on 26th Apr, 2015

In this age when everyone is travelling abroad for vacations, people fail to see the beauty that abounds in India. India has tourist attractions of all types to offer - Deserts, Hills, Snow covered peaks, Mountains, Ravaging Rivers, Seas, Big cities, Heritage places, World wonders, Historical buildings, Holy places for almost all religions in the world etc. Many of these places can rival the best in the world.
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Mysore Palace

Mountain Traipse - Kashmir Great Lakes Trek

Posted by Kavya G.N. on 24th Apr, 2015

It has been a little more than two months since I got back from the trek and I still find myself reminiscing about it. Exulansis would be a better word to describe the feeling.75 odd hours of travel across nine states followed by a week up in the mountains was a surreal adventure which will remain etched in my memory for a long time. The Kashmir Great Lakes Trek provided a splendid opportunity for nature’s camaraderie.
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Vishansar Kishansar Lake

10 Things You Absolutely Must Do in Goa

Posted by Smruti Rao on 21st Apr, 2015

With attractions of all kinds, Goa is an important destination in every tourist's itinerary. The magnificent scenic beauty and the architectural splendours of its temples, churches and old houses have made Goa a firm favourite with travellers around the world. Here are 10 absolutely must do things in Goa...
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Couple at Goa Beach

Kasol - An Unforgettable 650 KM Road Trip

Posted by Dushyant Chauhan on 18th Apr, 2015

I got up at around 8 30 in Morning and thought - "Lets go somewhere".I decided to go to Kasol - Himachal Pradesh as I had heard a lot about the Place and I decided to go "all alone". So I packed all my stuff in a bag and Left for Kasol which was about 650 kms. from my place.
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Motorcycle Mountain Road

5 Tips To Plan Your Summer Vacation Trip

Posted by Uma Devu on 17th Apr, 2015

Summer Vacation are here! You must be planning a fun trip with your family and you definitely need some tips while you do so. It’s not the so called backpackers’ trip to just ‘pack and walk’. You are taking your sweet family with you and everything should turn out good and fun at the end of the day. So here are 5 things to consider while planning the summer vacation trip.
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Trip Plan

Kecak Dance: A Balinese Interpretation of the Ramayana

Posted by Preethi Chandrasekhar on 16th Apr, 2015

Kecak is a Balinese dance form that depicts the Indian Epic Ramayana. It is also known as the Ramayana Monkey Chant. It is a beautiful dance that is best enjoyed in Ubud, Indonesia.
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Kecak Dance Ubud

A Visit to the Abode of Wild Beasts

Posted by Vibha Sharma on 15th Apr, 2015

Jim Corbett National Park, a part of the Corbett Tiger Reserve, lies in the Nainital district of Uttarakhand. The mesmerising landscape is known and fabled for its tiger richness. Established in the year 1936 as Hailey National Park, Corbett has the glory of being India's oldest and most prestigious National Park.
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Bengal Tiger

Holidaying in Pondicherry

Posted by Govindan Naganathan on 13th Apr, 2015

I have been planning to visit Pondicherry for a long time and I could make it this December. Pondicherry is well connected with many cities by buses and train. One can also drive down since the roads are fairly good.
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Pondicherry

Four Lesser Known Destinations Off ECR Chennai

Posted by Shrinidhi Hande on 11th Apr, 2015

Most of us cruise on the scenic East Coast Road connecting Chennai with southern Tamil Nadu. We often stop at Mahabalipuram and then cruise to Pondy. But ECR has many surprises all around. There are many attractions off ECR within a few kms from Chennai. Taking a diversion to visit these places and exploring them would make your journey more memorable.
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Chennai Beach

Hiking Through God's Own Country

Posted by Shiv Sanket on 9th Apr, 2015

So after reading countless travel blogs and things like travel is the best thing that you can do in your twenties, it was time. It was time to do something, to get out of the comfort zone we surround ourselves in. To learn directly from the greatest teacher around, that is experience.
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Munnar Tea Plantations

Traveling Alone - Discovering Yourself While Getting Lost

Posted by Adil Mistry on 8th Apr, 2015

Traveling alone around the country – first task on my bucket list - ticked off and I must say it was an unforgettable experience. Today I will share my experience of 9350 kms of travelling alone around 7 cities and each moment has been a learning experience which I will cherish for a lifetime.
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Man Hiking Alone

Must Do Things For A Motorcyclist In Bangalore

Posted by Ajay Ananth on 5th Apr, 2015

Being a motorcyclist my entire life, I always wondered of ‘What More’ can one do apart from the regular notion of weekend touring on motorcycles. The intent has been to highlight/experience ‘other available facets of motorcycling’ in my beloved city.
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Royal Enfield

Valuable Lessons Learnt From My Travels

Posted by Preethi Chandrasekhar on 3rd Apr, 2015

I've been traveling for over a decade now.  I recently returned from a visit to underrated Turkey and timeless Amalfi Coast in Italy and wondered...why do I travel? Why isn't it enough to just watch Rick Steves on KQED while he explores Europe...through the backdoor....or drool as Anthony Bourdain swaggers his way through exotic culinary explorations :)  Have I learnt anything from my travels??
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Woman in Car

Road Trip from Bangalore to Ladakh

Posted by Prakash on 2nd Apr, 2015

One fine Sunday morning a few months ago, we (Su and me) were doing nothing in general, getting bored, when we decided to do something fun and interesting and after a lot of deliberation, decided to go on a road trip to Leh ! Well, we went, and we're back and reminiscing....about the (almost) month long road trip we had been on...
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Hill Village Ladakh

Go Solo - Tips for Female Solo Travellers

Posted by Amrita Das on 29th Mar, 2015

There is no other place I’d be than exploring an unknown turn or spending hours of idleness staring at landscapes. Travelling alone has become a part of my life. Whether you’re a debutant solo traveller or someone who is still toying with the idea, there are always certain tips that can help you make your decision.
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Woman Enjoying

Beautiful Roads of India - A Visual Treat

Posted by Pranav Kulkarni on 28th Mar, 2015

Having traveled across 11 states in India, most of them on 2 wheels, I've come across some of the most beautiful roads in India. These road trips have left an indelible mark in my mind. Here are some of my favorite roads in India.
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NH1D Kargil

Traditional Rejuvenation in True Chettinad Style

Posted by Govindan Naganathan on 26th Mar, 2015

In a time when people are looking for holidays in Singapore or Bangkok not many may be interested in travelling to a rural place within India for a holiday. I came to know of Visalam Heritage Resort in Kanadukathan, a small town near Karaikudi, through our relatives in Tirunelveli and decided to visit the place.
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Visalam Heritage

10 (More) Things you didn't know about Bangalore - part 2

Posted by Goranka Medhi on 23rd Mar, 2015

Bangalore, once considered a Pensioner's paradise, has metamorphosed into a bustling metropolis today. In continuation with the first blog on this topic, here are some more facts about Bangalore, which are little known to many Bangaloreans!
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Bangalore Palace

North Berwick – Highland Games and Countryside Beach

Posted by Sravan Menta on 19th Mar, 2015

North Berwick is a quiet beach town located in Scotland. It is less frequented by tourists and retains the old town charm and beach tranquillity. It is an ideal destination for a weekend road trip in Scotland.
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Beautiful shores of North Berwick

2000 kms in 8 days in Gujarat - The Ultimate Road Trip!

Posted by Swapnesh Banerjee on 17th Mar, 2015

Gujarat had been an omission from our travel resume, in fact it was missing from that of my parents as well, and they have been travelling for 40 years. Somehow, it was too far from Kolkata in those days and somehow remained off our radar. However, we decided that it was time to correct this anomaly...
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Salt Plains

How to travel the world without money!

Posted by Ajay Ananth on 12th Mar, 2015

I have been a traveler all my life and money to a large extent has determined the duration of my travels. Ever since, I have been researching/scouring across the web on ways to travel which involves least or no money or make money while travelling – this blog-post is the result of this research.
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World Map Destinations

Birds, Boats and Bagheera! - An experience in Dandeli

Posted by Ashwini Kumar Bhat on 9th Mar, 2015

Any nature lover would be thrilled to hear the news of sighting a Black Panther!Any avid birder would be thrilled to hear the sighting of Great Hornbills! Any adventure lover would be thrilled to hear about amazing experience of white water rafting in river Kali! One recent weekend, we experienced all the three! That was in Dandeli.
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Syntheri Falls Dandeli

Freewheeling in the Western Ghats

Posted by Balu Ramananda on 7th Mar, 2015

One of my favorite bicycle rides is through Karnataka’s Malnad region, covering the slopes of Western Ghats. Malnad is a bicyclist’s paradise offering scenic routes, traffic free roads through coffee estates and challenging climbs. The best way to experience this region is on a well maintained multi-speed bicycle in monsoons!
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Bicycle Ride Malnad

5 Breakfast Ride Getaways From Bangalore!

Posted by Ajay Ananth on 5th Mar, 2015

Bangalore has always been a food lover's paradise with a plethora of cuisines to try out. With the growing number of folks getting hooked to motorcycling & cycling, motorcycle or bicycle ride for breakfast over the weekend has become ‘The Weekend Thing to do’ than laze around or meet up for a brunch in the city.
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South Indian Breakfast

Most Amazing Road Trips of India!

Posted by Rakshita Nagayach on 3rd Mar, 2015

There are very few things in life that can match the joy of a beautiful road trip! The diverse landscape of India presents a wonderful opportunity to explore the unexplored! Desert roads, Himalayan Peaks, Coastal drives, Forest routes - India has it all.
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Road Trip

Road Trip to Enchanting Wayanad!

Posted by Govindan Naganathan on 3rd Mar, 2015

Wayanad is one of the most beautiful road trip destinations in India. You really need to drive to this place to take in the abundance of natural beauty around this green paradise. The pristine locales of Wayanad are the perfect stress busters that can make you forget all your worries in life! Here's a brief summary of my recent road trip from Bangalore to Wayanad.
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Wayanad Road Trip

Little Known Beautiful Roads of India!

Posted by Siddharth Agarwal on 26th Feb, 2015

It isn't really about India or any other country for that matter. It isn't about the hills or the plains or the cities as well. It isn't about summers, monsoons and winters either, but then what is it about?
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NH6 Odisha Road Trip

Road Tripping in Turkey : Cross-roads of two continents!

Posted by Swapnesh Banerjee on 24th Feb, 2015

Turkey is an ancient and fascinating country, strategically situated at the cross-roads of Europe and Asia. When we first planned a vacation there, a driving holiday was not initially on the cards. However, after doing a bit of research it looked that it would be a great option to drive around.
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Pamukkale Limestone Pools

Kerala - A Glimpse of Paradise!

Posted by Vibha Sharma on 1st Feb, 2015

Kerala - there is no dearth of paeans that have been written on this place in verse and in prose. I am wondering what more can I say about 'God's own country'?
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Kerala Waterways

Rothenburg - A present day Medieval Town

Posted by Ashwin Chandrasekaran on 1st Feb, 2015

Rothenburg ob der Tauber, a small town in the state of Bavaria (Germany), is one of the very few towns where almost all structures and monuments from the medieval period are still intact.
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Rothenburg buildings

10 Things you didn't know about Bangalore!

Posted by Goranka Medhi on 20th Feb, 2015

Bangalore, the "Silicon Valley of India" is a melting pot of cultures. Once considered a Pensioner's paradise, it has metamorphosed into a bustling metropolis today. Here are some of the facts about Bangalore, which are little known to many Bangaloreans!
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Vidhana Soudha Bangalore

Thottikallu Falls - Surprise attraction near Bangalore!

Posted by Goranka Medhi on 1st Feb, 2015

Not many people know that there is a beautiful waterfalls just 35 KMs from Bangalore. The name of this surprise attraction is Thottikallu. Thottikallu is a place near Bangalore off the Kanakapura road which is famous for a falls called Thottikallu falls more popularly known as TK falls...
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Thottikallu Falls

Indian/Vegetarian Restaurants in Bali

Posted by Sudhindra Kumar on 30th Jan, 2015

Bali, an island in Indonesia that is described by many as the Last Paradise on earth, is a food lover's heaven! It is also one of the few places that offer plenty of options for the vegetarians.
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Jaffles and Pancake

My Weekend Road Trip Needs

Posted by Pranjit Borah on 16th Feb, 2015

I am a backpacker who loves to go out during weekends with a bit of planning. Here's a list of things I need for a good weekend road trip.
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Weekend Road Trips Bangalore