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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 Read more

      Bali is one of the most awaited destinations for many tourists. As the endearing view of the island steals the heart of the many. The distinctive name for Bali “Islands of the gods” is totally drool worthy. Read more

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

      As a traveler, you might have visited various parts of the world. However, Mauritius, which lies on the southeast of Africa, is a paradise for travelers as it offers surf, sand, and sun under one roof. Read more

      From the majestic temples and historical monuments to thrillophillic adventure spots, the tourist attractions in Bali are spread across eight regencies. This compilation of Bali tourist attractions will help you discover the mustn’t miss experience treasures of this country like a native Balinese. Read more

      Darjeeling is a sleepy town in the Himalayas where you get the front seat to view the majestic mountains. The laidback culture has also seeped into Darjeeling nightlife. Read more

      If you are on a holiday in Egypt and looking for restaurants in Aswan where you can explore the rich Nubian or Egyptian cuisine, then you have come to the right place. Read more

      There is a chocolate cottage in France where you can literally have sweet dreams. Guess what? You can eat the chocolate the cottage is made from in case you feel hungry. Be careful of sugar rush though. LOL! Read more

      Sungei Serangoon, or the Serangoon River, is a shimmering stream that runs in the north-eastern part of Singapore and is bounded by pure natural delights for nature lovers and wildlife fanatics to relish. Read more

      Sungei Kadut is a lovely complex located in a rather ignored but otherwise happening part of Singapore. Featuring various leisure hubs for people to explore even in the wee hours of the night, this place will never disappoint the traveler within you. Read more

      Shrouded in mystery and magic, Nepal with an amazing landscape and snow-capped mountains holds many monasteries and majestic forts making it an attractive tourist destination. The spectacular dance festivals, the friendly and warm smiles on the faces of the locals, the adventurous trekking trails, vibrant flora and fauna and not to forget the authentic Bhutanese cuisine, all add to the beauty of the place. Read more

      Sapphire waters, tropical forests and the beautiful marine life make up for a wonderful laid-back vacation in Mauritius. This is exactly the picture Somi had in mind when she was considering the places to visit for her honeymoon. Read more

      Siglap is a lovely residential area with cafes and bars that remain open even in the wee hours of the night. People usually only see the colorful houses here and end up giving a miss to the fancy restaurants and cafes in Siglap. Read more

      Housing scintillating beaches, rich history, serene temples, and oodles of vibrancy, Sri Lanka is touted as one of the best tourist destinations. This country is a perfect blend of contrast & surprises and that is what travelers from all around the world are captivated by. Read more

      Claiming to the very best of the beaches and warm azure waters, Goa a much common tourist destination still has something unique about it that lures people to its serene and beautiful surroundings. Read more

      In comparison to other popular tourist hubs and localities in western Singapore, Sunset Way is a rather peaceful and less visited place in Singapore. Read more

      I love traveling so much that nothing could stop me from taking a solo trip to Dubai. For me, traveling is getting away from the mundane life and rejuvenate myself. Read more

      The party capital of India, Goa is famed for its scintillating beaches, electrifying nightlife, and especially the laidback vibe. For beach babies and party animals, it makes a perfect destination. Read more

      Tai Seng is mostly an industrial area in Singapore. Since it lies in a more or less hidden part of the island nation, most assume it to be uninteresting and drab. Read more

      Goa is a lilliputian paradise, which I had always heard of, but never visited before. It is a unique place, and a bit different from the rest of the Indian cities. There is so much to know and discover about Goa, that one needs to plan a really long vacation here. Read more

      The Toh Guan region is a small area located in Jurong East nine minutes away from the Jurong East MRT train station. Though it usually passes as a drab area, little do people know that there are a number of small and cheap cafes in Toh Guan Read more

      Mangalore is a coastal town which is usually in the talks for its exotic beaches and Konkan lifestyle. But it is very rarely said that this city is shopper’s haven because there are not many fancy places to shop around. Read more

      Visiting Leh Ladakh was always in our bucket list and we made it happen on our second wedding anniversary - couldn’t have chosen a better time! We’re also glad that we chose the month of February, as the place is at its best during this time. Read more