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      The usual, the routine! Everyday story! Waking up in the morning, grabbing a cup of coffee, racing with time to reach the workplace at a given time and then again racing back to our dear bed at night.

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      The mesmerizing Mediterranean Coast with lush green valleys, picturesque beaches, and alpine peaks make Lebanon a perfect destination to experience a rejuvenating vacation. If you are craving to chill by the waters and indulge in some thrilling watersports, then there are various beaches in Lebanon for enjoying your holiday to the fullest.

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      What to do in Dubai for free? Confused, aren’t you?

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      Dreamed of Singapore as a honeymoon destination? The island city is a true marvel of sights and sounds, both man-made and natural.

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      You will get a taste of richness and diversity if you visit Turkey in July. Once positioned as the centerpiece of the great Ottoman Empire, the modern Turkish Republic is one of the most sought after tourist destinations in the world.

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      Uttarakhand has long been known for its varied yet beautiful landscapes that draws the attention of tourists not just from India, but also worldwide.

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      Delightful nourishment, photogenic insides for the social media feed and noteworthy long stretches of discussions; defines Bangkok's expanding bistro scene.

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      Nashik or Nasik, attracts tourists and visitors in bulk due to the presence of several holy shrines in and around the city. The Maha Kumbh Mela, held every 12 years, draws millions from far and across the world.

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      Phi Phi is a part of the Noppharat Thara National Park and it is about 40 kilometres from Krabi which covers an area around 35 square kilometres. The name Phi Phi is kept after the two biggest islands in the archipelago: Phi Phi Don and Phi Phi Leh.

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      The diverse and vibrant Thailand offers more than the run-of-the-mill attractions to the travelers. From mist-covered, towering mountains to pristine rainforests, there is an incredible landscape for you to explore.

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      The island country of Mauritius is one of the most popular honeymoon destinations around the world. Known for its beaches, flora and fauna as well as picturesque scenery, Mauritius is a multicultural place

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      Coorg is a travellers paradise when it comes to the raw natural beauty and breathtaking sceneries. The beauty of this place has earned it the title of 'Kashmir of Karnataka'. In addition to this, this place has something on offer for everyone. And so if you like to buy intriguing things, then there plenty of places for shopping in CoorgIf you are one of those people who love shopping from different places, then this is the perfect area for you.

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      Kerala is famous for its amazing natural beauty, its unique and delicious cuisine, ayurvedic medicine and many other such things. One of the cities of Kerala which is very popular and beautiful is Trivandrum.

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      Boating and fishing with a myriad of rivers originating from the spiritual lands of Uttarakhand is only normal to expect that some of the best hill stations reside here. While these hill stations in Uttarakhand offer amazing views of snow clad mountains in winters, the same places serve as summer escapades; away from the scorching summer temperature in the plains.

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      Owing much of its fame to the historical Nizam’s culture, it is hard not to agree when Hyderabad is often referred to as the New York of India. Be it the racing lifestyle, the young crowd, modern-day culture, old traditions, historical attractions, or the local population,

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      Tawang is a quaint and picture-perfect town of Arunachal Pradesh, perched amid the Himalayas at an altitude of 10,000 feet, it is the "new Ladakh" for bikers.

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      Meghalaya is a lovely small hilly state in northeast India which has remained unexplored by the tourists for quite some time. This abode of clouds is a living paradise with its matchless natural beauty and awe inspiring tourists attractions. Meghalaya is blissful state full of ambrosial hills entraning lakes, rapturous valleys, bewildering caves and peerless waterfalls. Read more

      Hidden away among the Nar and Narayan mountain slopes, Badrinath in the state of Uttarakhand and is one of the most captivating tourist destinations in India. It is delightfully set in the background of the Neelkanth mountain top and always hypnotizes travelers with its unrivaled exquisiteness. This spot, which holds a significant number of legends and folklore, must secure a place in the itinerary of a true explorer. There are various places to visit in Badrinath that are worth exploring for an exclusive travel experience. Read more

      Cover Image Credit: Pixabay.com Kodaikanal is a beautiful hill station in the state of Tamil Nadu, which has, to a point reached the saturation level in terms of commercialisation. Despite that, the town has its beauty intact, attracting thousands of visitors from around the world. Read more

      Want to gorge on authentic and mouth-watering south Indian food while exploring the beach city of Kollam? We’ve got you a list of top restaurants in Kollam that not only serve local food but continental cuisines that offer a wide variety to foodies. Read more

      What does an unheard of city does to you? Does it make you curious? Does it make you want to explore it? Well, what if we told you there is one such city in the very beautiful Karnataka? Yes, there is! Shimoga (Shivamogga) is one of the most gorgeous cities in Karnataka.

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      Madikeri is an intriguing, enthralling and South India's most popular hill station. This exalted paradisaical little hill station in Karnataka's alluring Coorg district is among the favorite destination amongst the tourists to this state.

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      Hemmed in by Bhutan,Tibet and Nepal, Sikkim is a dramatically beautiful state located in the northeast part of India. Pleasant climate, organic vegetation, snow-covered landscape and decent commercialisation have endeared Sikkim as one of the best destinations for a serene retreat. While the landscape of Sikkim offers a host of adventure activities, the calm yet vibrant city life presents you a bouquet of other experiences as well.

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      Situated on the banks of River Kabini, Kapila, also called as Kabini, is an ideal recluse for nature lovers and travellers alike. Filled with a rich variety of flora and fauna, exquisite waterfalls and an abundance of wildlife ranging from carnivores to mammals to birds, Kabini has everything that a wildlife enthusiast aspire for.

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      For the people of Bangalore, sitting at home on a day off should not be an option—not  while these breathtaking offbeat places near Bangalore are waiting to cast their spell. As you go through our list of the lesser known

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      Goa is a traveler’s paradise. From water sports, beaches, shacks, and shopping; Goa overwhelms every heart and soul.

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      Uttarakhand is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful and widely visited states in northern India crossed by the Himalayas. It is widely renowned and recognised for its Hindu pilgrimage sites and one of its famous cities known as Rishikesh is said to be a major centre for yoga study which was made quite famous by the Beatles in their 1968 visit.

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      In a busy city like Bangalore, the hectic work schedules might get the best of you but make life monotonous. A small break is always good to rejuvenate and what’s better than a quick weekend getaway. You can plan so many trips around Bangalore.

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      Explore the rich culture, heritage, and undying devotion of the people of Kerala. Temples in Kerala are a beacon of hope for devotees who come to visit them from all across the world. Some of the famous temples in India are among the world's richest temples, and they should be on your bucket list.

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      Pune is a place gifted with beautiful getaways and amazing hill stations. Sandwiched between the Western Ghats in the south and the Sahyadri range of mountains towards the north, the city is located in a perfect place for travelers.

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      The nightlife in Kolkata can be described as diverse, vibrant, and inviting. In the recent years, the city has earned its reputation as the cultural capital of India, and rightfully so since the city has a thriving party scene.

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      The saying goes like this - “there’s beauty everywhere, you just have to look around”, and it is exactly what monsoon in Kerala feels like. Read more

      A haven for nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts, Thekkady is usually a short stay for most tourists in Kerala. However, even during this short stay, you will be spoilt for choices. There is a wide range of activities and things to do in Thekkady

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      Mangalore, the administrative headquarters of Dakshina Karnataka is an extremely exuberant town marked by coconut palms in the backdrop, and majestic streams flowing towards the Arabian Sea. Read more

      Located at an altitude of 2100 meters above the sea level, Wayanad is one of the picturesque hill stations in Kerala. With the tantalizing aroma of fresh spices, rich wildlife, charismatic waterfalls, captivating caves, and luxurious resorts and homestays,

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      Agra can't be termed as really a place with many captivating architectures, at least I wouldn't say so! So, there's culture, tradition, clothes, and the most important, food of Agra, to talk about. Apart from discussing the mainstream eateries, let's hit the lanes where we find the famous street food in Agra.

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