Salt and Sandals is travel and food blog that focuses on a gamut of things that makes life interesting. An award winning blog, we have worked with a plethora of Hospitality brands and Tourism Boards across the world. Salt epitomizes our penchant for eating while Sandals denotes our wanderlust. We have a team of 15 across the three cities of Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore.

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Where I debuted in adventure sports? Selangor, Malaysia

One of my life's most ultimate desires was to do adventure activities. Growing up in a traditional Bengali middle class family pretty much prohibited to doing such activities. So, when I was away on the FAM trip to Selangor in Malaysia with Tourism Selangor and...

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Where to stay in Malaysia? The Sticks

There are some places that you'd really love to go to get away from the hustle bustle of the city. The forests around Kuala Kubu Bharu in Selangor, Malaysia is one such place. The lush green forest has its serenity broken only by the rustle of water flowing downstream...

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The Best Resorts in The Caribbean

Travel bucket lists vary a great deal from one person to the next. But one very common element is the desire to visit the beautiful towns and beaches of the Caribbean. The area is more expansive than a lot of people realize, and is comprised of more than 700 islands...

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How to apply for Malaysian visa?

Although I have traveled quite a few number of times to foreign lands, the usual paperwork has always been handled by someone else. So when I got invited to a FAM trip by Tourism Selangor and I had to do all the visa paperwork by myself, I was in a quandary. My first...

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Celebrating Mt. Everest Day: International Mountain Museum

Mount Everest sits on the pinnacle of the Great Himalayas, lying on the border between Nepal and Tibet. On May 29th 1953 Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay, a sherpa from Nepal became the first explorers to successfully summit the Mount Everest. So every year Nepal...

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Ceylon Tea celebrates 150 years

The lure of drinking tea is something that is truly rejuvenating. India runs on tea and there is no denying that fact. For a country whose daily workforce survives on tea breaks, it is pretty surprising to know how less Indians know about Tea. With Delhi and Mumbai...

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14 Heritage Hotels You must stay In

As you would have known by now, I am a sucker for medieval age buildings around the world. But one of my specials are the ones which have been converted into luxurious hotel. As we have shown you the Fort Hotels of Jaipur, this time it is a list of Heritage hotels...

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A walk through a spice plantation in Kerala

The spice markets of Kerala have been known since times immemorial. One of the important ports on the Malabar coast, Kochi was one of the most richest places with the intense amount of trade that it used to do with Mesopotemians and Romans dating back to 3000 B.C. The...

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