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      South Korea has always been on our travel bucket list but it is but our preferences are often dominated by the obvious options. The capital of the country, Seoul, is a huge and bustling city with skyscrapers dominating the skyline, and modern and high-tech subways. The vibrant pop-culture of the city fusing its mystical Buddhist vibes are intriguing and fascinating. Read more

      We have always been intrigued by the contrasting cultures of South Korea and North Korea. The openness of the former, as a society has won appreciation from the world. The culturally rich country has become one of the most popular locations for off-beat travel. The society of this place reflects traces of its ancient Read more

      Located on the Eastern side of Europe, Ukraine is a large country with a rich history and culture. It is popular for its ancient Orthodox churches, the beautiful coastline of the Black Sea, and densely forested mountainscapes. Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine is the cultural, industrial, scientific and educational center of Eastern Europe. Read more

      Located on the South China Sea, Vietnam has limitless scenic beauty. This destination is known for its pristine beaches, serene rovers, old Buddhist pagodas, rustic countryside and bustling cities. Read more

      Perched on the foothills of the mighty Himalayas, Darjeeling is a gorgeous hill town of West Bengal. Formerly a summer resort of the British Raj, this town speaks stories of its past in many languages. Read more

      The essence of a country’s food culture is not found in expensive restaurants and five-star hotels, it exists in the roadside stalls and cheap street food joints. Vietnamese street food is as rich and diverse as any other country’s. Read more

      Nepal, the gorgeous 'Roof of the world' is a landlocked country in South Asia. Its major parts rest in the Himalayas and a part of it falls in the Indo-Gangetic plains. Read more

      Pretoria in Gauteng Province is known as the administrative capital of South Africa. There are many tourist activities and sites that you can enjoy on your trip to Pretoria. Read more

      South Africa’s administrative capital, Pretoria is located in the northern part of Gauteng province. Due to the presence of a lot of Jacaranda trees, the place is referred also as the Jacaranda City. The city looks very beautiful and has many sites that you can visit as a tourist. From historical monuments to natural reserves, there are many places to visit in Pretoria. Read more

      Everyone knows about the natural beauty of Iceland, but only a few of us know about the cultural and festive beauty of this lively nation. Festivals in Iceland brings warmth and high-spirits to beat the cold climatic conditions. All festivals are celebrated with great joy and celebrations are accompanied by decorations, parades and events happening all across the length and breadth of the Island. Read more

      Airbnbs have changed the way the world travels and have brought in a shift to an experience centered journeys. Earlier, the idea of holiday used to be more about luxurious stays, hospitality, and services. Though all of these are still important, travelers are now seeking more culturally deeper and closer experiences. Read more

      Panjim, also known as Panaji, is the administrative capital of Goa. This is a small and charming old town of this Portuguese influenced India state. Read more

      The North Indian state of Himachal Pradesh is located in the Himalayas. The untouched densely forested valleys, snow-capped mountains, and gushing rivers make up for the best natural habitat for many wildlife. Read more

      Darjeeling, the enchanting hill town in the Himalayan foothills is popular for its tea-plantation in India. A pride for the state West Bengal, this town was once a summer resort for the British Raj elite. The lush and unique black tea plantations dotting the slopes with one of the world's highest peaks, Kanchenjunga standing strong as a backdrop is a sight worth witnessing at least ones in a lifetime. You'll be spellbound seeing the Toy Train of the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway passing through the misty mountains. Read more

      Tiong Bahru is the oldest and probably the largest housing estate and residential area in Singapore. Constructed in the 1920s, this planned residential area was developed jointly by Singapore Improvement Trust and Housing Development Board. Not only accommodation, Tiong Bahru also offers an array of recreation and amusement for all kinds of travelers. If you happen to be or planning to come in this part of the city, go through the list of exciting things to do in Tiong Bahru. Believe you me; there will be no dearth of options of fun and frolic. Read more

      Nepal’s love for food is immense, and you can experience it right from the moment you step on the Nepali soil. Their cuisine is highly influenced by ethnicity, cultural diversity, climate and geography. Food reflects the culture of country. Though Nepal embraces its culture at every sphere, but when it comes to serving the guests of Nepal, the country is not a ‘culture Nazi’. You will find several restaurants serving international cuisines. The best place to experience this openness of Nepal is at the Kathmandu restaurants. Read more

      Nepal is a land of rich traditions and cultural practices, which are reflected during their major religious festivals. Dussehra in Nepal is called Dashain, which is a significant festival for the Hindus in Nepal but is celebrated with same enthusiasm by people of all faith. Dashain celebrates the victory of good over evil, based on the belief that on this day, the demon Mahishasura was defeated by Goddess Parvati or Durga. Read more

      Are you an adventure seeker and a traveler? If yes, Nepal should be on top of your bucket list. There is a plethora of adventure places in Nepal and you will be highly impressed with the variety it offers. The adventures range from average to extreme and covers all - land, water and air. These blood pumping and heart racing adventure activities are hosted with adequate safety measure too. Read more