A Cafe That Steals Your Heart.

When I first visited this place, My thoughts were that it is a local's hangout place. The owner must be busy and not available for a conversation. But as I settled myself and got ready to walk over the counter, I felt the vibe that pulled me home. Yes, you heard it correct it is... Continue Reading →

Langkawi, Malaysia

Loved by all tourists for its black sand beaches and duty free shops. but there is more to this island that meets the eye. Most entertaining way to reach the island is to take a ferry from kuala kedah which would be about 1.5 hours and be ware of sea sickness 'coz it sure is... Continue Reading →

Georgetown,Penang,Malaysia

  Time to build the fire in your belly for this city will bring up hunger in your tummy with tasty dishes. This town though doesn't only give you some of the yummiest food but also shows you the beautiful heritage it inherited from the European rule. You will see how multiple cultures come together... Continue Reading →

Kuala Lumpur,Malaysia

Malaysia is a mixture of Malay, Indian and Chinese culture so its no wonder that people find its diversity appealing.   Kuala Lumpur is known as the hub of connecting flights. Most flights have their lay over here, be it into or out of Asia. And because a lay over usually only lasts for less... Continue Reading →

Vindhyachal, Uttar Pradesh, India

A very small village that will show you the culture and the people's beliefs. This village is named after the famous temple Vindhayachal devi (a goddess). A small town which is visited by people all over the country to pray. If you are planning to come here, a one day tour would be enough. You... Continue Reading →

Pattaya, Thailand

They say that if you dont have a lot of pictures of your travel, it means you enjoyed every bit of it. I realized that this is indeed true. So here comes the final city of my Indochina travel, Pattaya, Thailand. Pattaya, Thailand is just about two to three hours away from the capital that's... Continue Reading →

Bangkok,Thailand

  Continuing the Indochina trip, which includes the first two posts (Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam and Siem Reap, Cambodia) is the city of Bangkok in Thailand. The following insights might be helpful to all future travelers out there. Bangkok is a really beautiful city. It is a modern city but it didnt lose its... Continue Reading →

Siem Reap, Cambodia

Angkor Wat- Siem Reap's main attraction is the Angkor Wat, the world's biggest hindu temple dedicated to the god Vishnu for the Khmer empire. Later on, these temples were converted to Buddhist temples so you will be able to see a lot of Buddha statues and monks. Angkor wat is just one of the magnificient... Continue Reading →

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