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The beauty of Kerala lies in its multi-faceted expressions of nature. From the sea in Kochi to the hills of Munnar, Kerala covers the gamut of nature's landscapes. But the thing that makes Kerala stand out the most is its backwaters. Winding along canopied greens, the...read more
Some tips/advices for your stay at Kuala Lampur and it would have helped me save a lot if I knew about this before hand. One person’s mistake should definitely be another person’s learning, so here are my tips/advices to save a lot and enjoy a lot in Kuala Lampur. 1....read more
I went to Kuala Lampur for 2 days and these are the places that I tried (after different people’s recommendations) and now I swear by!!! 1. Chinatown This place is almost like Chandani Chowk+Sadar Bazaar of Delhi. If cheap shopping is your agenda, be prepared to meet...read more
Korea is an enchanted land that offers a plethora of destinations to everyone. From the super modern architecture of the buildings to the rustic food of Korea including the bowl meals of the tube stations, we have made a bucket list of places that you should...read more
True to every letter of its name, Carmelia Haven-Plantation Resort And Spa has access to all the nature’s splendor charm amidst the luscious greens of the tea and cardamom plantations. Situated close to a village of Vandanedu near Thekkady. When in Kerala, taking an...read more
This year marks the fourth year of MPTM (Madhya Pradesh Travel Mart). Madhya Pradesh Tourism concluded the three days Travel Mart in Bhopal on 29th October 2017. The 4th MPTM projects the state as the “MUST EXPLORE DESTINATION” of Incredible India and SALT AND SANDALS...read more
Retirement provides many with the opportunity to fulfil dreams and have experiences that they were unable to fulfil while managing a busy work life. With the extra time and finances that they have when they retire, many retirees choose to travel the world and see new...read more
I have forever been in love with heritage buildings. On my recent trip to Penang, I was able to take a closer look at the Pinang Pernakan Mansion and absolutely fell in love with it. This beautiful mansion of Penang is an architectural behemoth belonging to a group of...read more
Where are we eating out?
I’ve been food blogging for quite some time now. As the age of our blog has increased, so have the number of invites for fine dine sit-down meals. As most of the dinners mandate a dress code, there is always a lot of shopping to be done. I hate going out and shopping...read more
The Irish House , Nehru Place has finally got its liquor license and they are celebrating with us all throughout the week with happy hours extending to Saturday and Sundays!! WHAT TO EAT? Beet Root and Goat Cheese sliders- Served in black buns, patty made of beetroot...read more
Although there are a plethora of Bengalis living in Delhi NCR, the absence of good Bengali food is quite appalling. A lot of my friends have asked me about the best places to find Bengali food. Pet Puraan located in Gurgaon DLF Phase 4 serves out some authentic...read more
Chef Zarmig Ohannes Haladjian, the half Armenian and half Lebanese chef whose restaurant Mamig in Doha has been capturing eyeballs for quite some time recently traveled to India during the World Association of Chefs conference and her food quite literally ticked off...read more