Wat Arun in Bangkok is the most visited and photographed cultural icon of Thailand. In our detailed travel guide here, learn about the temple’s history and stunning architecture, and get tips on how to get there, what to see, and what to expect.
I have often been asked about the most unmissable sites in Sri Lanka. Every time, my answer has included the gorgeous cave temples of Dambulla.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site and part of Sri Lanka’s Cultural Triangle, the rock-cut cave temples of Dambulla are adorned with beautiful frescoes and impressive Buddha statues. To top it all, this place has been used as a place of worship since ages, going back as long as 2000 years.
Read my complete guide on how to visit Dambulla caves, where to stay, what to eat, and what to wear. If you still need more information, just drop me a comment and I will get back to you asap.
Have you heard of the Dwijing Festival in Bodoland Assam? And did you know that it is one of the best representations of contemporary art inspired by local Bodo culture and folklore?
You have got to visit the Dwijing Festival if you are an art/culture/heritage lover. Even more if you are an offbeat destination hunter. Read on to find out why the open-air art museum at Dwijing is so special!
All set for your trip to Pompeii? Have you considered including Villa Oplontis in your itinerary? We would highly recommend doing so. This ancient villa, with its mind-boggling frescoes, provides deep insights into the lives of wealthy Romans. Apparently, the more modest homes of Pompeii and Herculaneum were also modeled on Villa Oplontis. So what are you waiting for? Go ahead and check out all that you need to know before making your trip here.
One of the many reasons I loved Myanmar was its people and the exotic Burmese culture. Apart from the stunning temples of Bagan, the pristine white beach of Ngapali and the undiscovered ruins of Mrauk U, the people of Myanmar fascinated me. They always had smiles to welcome me into their land. In this post, […]