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      Been dreaming of a Swiss honeymoon? Zurich, the largest cultural hub of Switzerland wouldn’t disappoint you. The cobbled streets of the Old Town leading to towering churches and the swans adorning the Lake Zurich shores, make Zurich an idyllic place for romance. Having said that,

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      Known to many as City of Lakes or Venice of the East, Udaipur is one of the charming cities lying deep in the western reaches of Rajasthan. The city has a rich history that runs more than a thousand years deep.

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      A little beach hopping, lazing at the shacks, partying at Tito’s and a few sips of Feni – that about covers your itinerary if you’re a tourist in Goa. But if you’re a real traveler you wouldn’t be satisfied with just that.

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      Aren’t there some festivals which we often wish came twice in a year? Well, if the New Year is one such occasion for you then you have the chance to celebrate it again pretty soon as the Chinese New Year in Bangkok is just around the corner. The New Year is a reason to celebrate, to party all night, and to embrace positivity. Another ritual which we see around the New Year is taking resolutions and hoping to stick by them. And if you didn’t take any yet, the Chinese New Year in Bangkok is the right time to promise yourself to travel more often, enriching yourself with different cultures and customs from around the world.

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      Murudeshwar is a beautiful beachside pilgrim town of the Indian southern state of Karnataka. Murudeshwar, which is the other name of the Hindu God Shiva, truly lives up to its name and has the world’s second tallest statue of Lord Shiva. Read more

      Nainital, the jewel of Uttarakhand located in the Kumaon region of the state, is often called the ‘Queen of Lakes’, and for good reason! One can find seven lakes in and around Nainital that draw travelers from far and wide. Though it is one of those hill stations that one can visit year-round, Nainital in monsoon is all the more lively!

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      Palampur is a pretty hill station in the state of Himachal Pradesh. Other than the famed tea capital of northern India at the foot of the scenic Dhauladhar range, it offers travelers a lot of interesting things to do in Palampur. This town is located at a distance of about 35 km from Dharamshala and attracts a lot of tourists 

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      Flying in the sky excites you? But skydive seems like an option too harsh on the pocket? Paragliding is just the activity for an adventure enthusiast like you. Looking for a paragliding school in Switzerland? Confused what to wear when paragliding?

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      Striking cityscapes, sandy beaches, and pristine islands were all that I had heard about Malaysia till I saw it all for real on a holiday there in October. I was pretty excited about my Malaysia trip; the itinerary of which was quite packed with lots of interesting and thrilling activities, all thanks to Tourism Malaysia. This trip was 6 days of unlimited fun and limited sleep. With flights in the air, scooters on land, and jet skis on the water, I traversed from India to Malaysia on one of my best trips till date. Have a look at this ultimate Malaysia travel guide and I bet you’d be already planning yours! Read more

      The 43rd session of the World Heritage Committee that took place in Baku, Azerbaijan from 30th June to 10th July deemed a huge success for India as another of its city made it to the UNESCO World Heritage List.

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      Port Blair, the capital town of Andaman and Nicobar islands, is a stop for tourists traveling to this union territory in the Bay of Bengal. Though the nearby islands attract all the tourists, Port Blai receives its fair share of visitors, owing to its history.

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      Gurudongmar Lake in Sikkim, located at a height of 17,800 ft is one of the highest lakes in the world. Named after Guru Padmasambhava who is famously known as Guru Rinpoche, the lake is considered to be sacred.

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      With people from all around the globe having settled here, Toronto today is quite a mix of cultures. This cosmopolitan city is a great travel destination has it has all that one looks for in a vacation. There are beaches for the beach lovers, a dazzling nightlife for the night owls and most importantly food, delicious food!

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      Mussoorie, the Queen of Hill Stations is quite a place to visit for a short trip, and the tranquil environs often make people want to retire here, settle down, and not go back to the crowded cities. One finds the tourist crowds flocking the place during the summer months when the plains are scorching with heat while the weather is pleasant here, in the hills.

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      With International travel becoming a common thing today, exchanging currency isn’t something new or rare but one often isn’t aware of how and where to convert INR to the desired currency.

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      Japan is a beautiful island country dotted with thousands of temples and shrines. These Japanese temples are profound places of sanctity with pretty landscapes and tranquil environs. One can head to these sites at any time of the year but during the time of festivals in Japan, these temples become truly spectacular.

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      Singapore, a famous tourist destination with people around the globe, is also known for a wide range of adventure activities it offers. Apart from its touristy attractions, dazzling skyline, quirky nightlife, and beautiful culture,

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      Japan, an island country in East Asia, is a beautiful blend of traditions and modernity. This volcanic archipelago has quite a dramatic landscape with mountains, hot springs, and more. The highly efficient bullet train network runs from the southern end of the island to the northernmost tip, making it quite easy for one to get around here.

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