Imagine cruising on the backwaters of Kerala – weaving a memorable journey staying afloat on the fresh water lake, tucked in a traditional houseboat, imbibing the laid back vibes of the surrounding villages and sleeping & waking up to nothing but the tranquil songs of nature. Read on for tips and more… Continue reading Kerala Backwaters – Houseboat Cruise: Our Experience and Tips
Want a relaxed getaway, close to nature, with a room overlooking the valley? We found just the place for you! Read on to find out… Continue reading Weekend Getaway and Things to Do at Mahabaleshwar
Sharing our experience of self-drive cars – the apps we have used, steps involved, and our experience on using self-drive cars. Continue reading Self-Drive Cars – What to Consider and My Experience
Solo Travel with ease… Always dreaded going solo on an adventure, but wanted to? Then, go ahead! We’ve listed down the tips and tricks, how’s and why’s and all that you need to know to go solo, and all based on our personal experience. Have fun! Continue reading What does a Solo Trip Really Feel Like?! (+20 Bonus Tips on Solo Travelling)
Road trips are always fun, more so impromptu ones that are cherished forever and hold a special place in your heart, especially if they were with friends. Read on… Continue reading Impromptu Road Trip to Mahabaleshwar
Of Camping & Digital Detox by the Ganges… To the time I actually broke up with Netflix, and chilled (in the true sense)… The mighty mountains were howling, Clouds shuddering and bolts falling, I have to do this, I really need to, It’s that one step closer to my calling… And that’s how the icy soul and frosty feet Tip-toed into the vastness of the … Continue reading Rishikesh: Solo-Tripping and Top 10 Things to Do
Ever since I skydived at Dubai, the jumper in me was itching for more thrills. So, on this rather unplanned trip to Uttarakhand (India), I decided to paraglide my way through 2020. What a brilliant way of ending the year!
Wishing you all a fabulous New Year full of adventures! 🙂 Continue reading Winter Paragliding at Uttarakhand
There’s great news for everyone! The new visa rules have just made travelling easier. Here’s how… Continue reading New Visa Rules that Make Travelling Easy: Indian Passport Holders, Are you Ready?
Not 13, but 20 Reasons Why you must visit Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Here’s a comprehensive guide… Continue reading 20 Reasons Why you Must Visit Andaman and Nicobar Islands
Let’s rebuild Kerala: A tribute to God’s Own Country… Wishing all our readers a very Happy Onam! Kerala, the beautiful state in Southern India has been termed God’s Own Country for a reason. Its rich culture, beautiful landscape, warm people, delicious food and closeness to nature make it the perfect holiday destination for those travelling to India and a weekend getaway for those seeking solitude … Continue reading 6 Amazing Places to Visit When You’re in Kerala
How is it being a woman and travelling solo? Is the world ready for you, or are you ready for the world?… Continue reading It’s Up to the Solo Female Travelers
The architectural marvels of Asia reflect the glory of the past. Presenting a collaborative guide to some of the most spectacular temples of Asia… Continue reading 50 Spectacular Temples of Asia: The Ultimate Travel Guide
To do or not to do? Surfing Cameron Highlands online: Utter the words ‘Cameron Highlands’ and people will ask you to visit the strawberry fields, TripAdvisor will list it in its top few activities and Google will bombard you with bucket loads of these red berries. Whether you should head to the strawberry farms or not, I’d say… read on and figure out for yourselves… … Continue reading Strawberry Picking at Cameron Highlands, Malaysia
All you need to know… Know your city Melaka or Malacca means the ‘historic state’, in Malay It was called Orang Laut and was originally a fishing village It was coined Melaka by founder Parameswara, after a tree where he took shelter It is a UNESCO World Heritage site and attained this status in 2008 Known for: its harmony and blend of culture, hawkers lanes, … Continue reading Melaka Travel Tips
Strolling along the Chinatown of Melaka What is Jonker Walk? Jonker Walk is the Chinatown of Melaka, Malaysia. Just like most South East Asian cities have a Chinatown, so does Melaka. Jonker walk lies in Jalan Hang Jebat a.k.a. Jonker Street. Known as the ethnic and cultural hub, it houses a number of food stalls, tourist attractions, shops and other places to hang out. How … Continue reading 15 Street Food Items and Things To Do at Jonker Walk, Melaka
Cycling in the colours of freedom… Independence Day Cycle Tour What happens when the 3C’s come together on a National holiday? You witness chitter-chatter, adventure and excitement over chai, conversations and cycling in the otherwise busy lives of people. The streets of Mumbai were ablaze with cycles and cycling enthusiasts alike, as Everest Cycle Co. organized a cycle ride to add to the … Continue reading Everest Cycle Co. Cycling and Food Tour in Mumbai, India
Let’s eat and explore… Image credit: Phalinn Ooi Foodies go where? Why do we travel and seek adventures and thrills constantly? We traverse far and wide for gaining experiences that enrich us, for making memories that stay with us and for imbibing influences form different cultures that embrace us. One such journey in the quest for another enriching experience is that … Continue reading Travel to Melaka – food and fun!
Where foodies went bonkers! Bangalore has never failed to amaze us… A place for food, art, music lovers alike! When you think of spending your weekend in a rather unusual way, instead of just mall ratting, you know there’s always a line up of events to … Continue reading Bangalore Food Truck + Music Festival 2016
My undying love for art takes me back to the streets of George Town, Penang… where I explore the murals I hadn’t seen in my previous visit. A day is not enough! You need to have good time in hand if you wanna leave no stone/wall unturned 😉 You must have gone through the photo tour George Town ‘Street Art’ of my favourite 20 pieces. Presenting to you a virtual … Continue reading Street Art – Part 2 (George Town, Penang)
Crazy, whacky, interactive, fun!!! Penang has some really funky, cute and unique museums that break the notion of ‘boring’ attached to museums. While some boast of specialized collections, others are merely meant for clicking crazy pictures. I have visited 6 of them so far – here are my First 3!!! 1. PG Gold Museum: This rather new museum is in a heritage building at … Continue reading Museums of Penang