Are you planning to fly from the Mumbai Domestic Terminal anytime soon? Do check out our review on the TFS Travel Club Lounge at Terminal 1C that has recently opened its doors to Priority Pass holders and walk-ins. Smart decor and large spaces are definitely its strong points.
Planning a trip to the paradise islands of Phu Quoc in Vietnam? Unsure of what to do here? Here’s our pick of 9 interesting things to do on the island. Phu Quoc has something for everyone.
Do you wish to experience the thrill of walking on a glass tray at a height of 1000 feet above ground? If yes, try the SkyWalk at Mahanakhon Tower in Bangkok. Read our detailed guide on what, when, and how.
Do you wish to ride the world’s longest cable car? We bring to you all details on how, when, and where to ride the Phu Quoc cable car in Vietnam. Special tips on what you should look out for.
Have you seen the majestic Angkor Wat? And looking for some new inspiration to visit Cambodia? Maybe an off the beaten track itinerary? We have you covered. Our choice of 7 fascinating yet forgotten temples from the Khmer era to help you venture beyond Angkor.
Looking for the best boutique hotel to stay in Siem Reap, Cambodia? Explore Pavillon d’Orient – the hotel with the perfect location, excellent amenities, sustainable hospitality practices, and great food. You will not be disappointed.
Make the most of your day trip to the temples of Koh Ker Cambodia. See the majestic Prasat Thom, impressive Neang Khmau, symbiotic Prasat Pram, and read through inscriptions at Kra Chap. Venture beyond the spectacular Prasat Prang to discover the lost city of Koh Ker.
If you are in Vietnam and wish to explore life in the Mekong delta, a day or two in the city of Can Tho is a good idea. Culturally-rich Can Tho is home to some of the prettiest canals and liveliest floating markets.
Bangkok is every foodie’s dream destination. Thai curries, soups, desserts, and street food can overwhelm you big time. What can be more overwhelming is the availability of lots of authentic international food from around the world. Finding it hard to decide on what to eat in Bangkok? Read our post to find out more.
It was difficult to imagine Cambodia without Angkor. That was until we found these hidden gems spread all over the country. The temple of Preah Vihear – now a UNESCO Heritage Site – is one of my favorites.
Which are the most interesting markets of Bangkok? Where can you get the freshest of produce or enjoy the Thai way of life? We spoke to travelers around the world to find answers to our questions. Read on to find out.
The Aga Khan Palace in Pune, India is not only an architectural delight but also a worthy reminder of the sacrifices made by Indian freedom fighters. A must-visit if you are a history-lover or nature-seeker.
In November 2017, Or Tor Kor Market in Bangkok was voted as the 4th Best Fresh Market in the world by CNN Travel. It was described as immaculate, brightly lit, and a storehouse of exotic fruits and tropical delicacies. This time when we were in Bangkok, Or Tor Kor beckoned to us like never before […]
When I was writing about my experience of the Mekong Delta boat tour and scanning through the images of Vietnam, I was captivated by many of the pictures that I took on my trip there. Most of them spoke tonnes about life along the Mekong river in Vietnam. A few of them stayed etched in […]
Take a tour down the Mekong delta in Ben Tre, Vietnam. Visit a coconut garden, candy factory, mat factory and lunch on some exotic Vietnamese food. And come home in a rowing boat while you watch the world of Mekong pass by you.
When we planned our trip to Hampi last November, we decided to take a couple more days to explore the Cultural triangle of Aihole, Badami, and Pattadakal. Both Hampi and Pattadakal are UNESCO World Heritage Sites and Aihole and Badami are often skipped because they are not. However, it makes good sense to visit these […]
Yodpiman Flower Market of Bangkok will not only enchant you with its beauty, colors, & smells but also give you a lot to mull over – people, culture, & routines. Here’s a detailed guide on where, why, how, and when.
The temple of Banteay Chhmar was on the top of our list of “ancient temples to visit” on our second journey to Cambodia. If you have not already read my post on “Exploring Banteay Chhmar Temple in Cambodia”, I suggest you skim through that before reading through this. In that post, you will read all […]
One look at my header image and you will probably think of the Bayon Temple of Cambodia – the very famous one with Buddha faces carved all around. What if I say this isn’t Bayon? It is, in fact, a very close but lesser-known cousin of Bayon, the Temple of Banteay Chhmar in Cambodia. In […]