As you approach Hampi, the erstwhile capital of the 14th century Vijaynagara Empire, you will find yourself drawn in two directions. Here the ancient and the prehistoric vie for your attention. The set of ruins which are a UNESCO World Heritage Site, intersperse precariously among granite rocks that […]
Mykonos is among the most famous Greek islands, located in the Cycladic region. The island, recognised for its gorgeous beaches, adventurous water sports, fresh seafood, and picturesque locales, offers its visitors a scintillating night-life and ample opportunities for cultural exploration. While Mykonos is widely known as a party […]
As one of the hottest destinations in Europe presently, Portugal has gained popularity amongst passionate travellers who want to indulge in experiences that highlight local culture and traditions. From the stunning Portuguese capital Lisbon to the beaches of the Algarve, visitors to the country can expect a medley […]
Open any guidebook to Kuala Lumpur, and you will find street food listed right at the top of things to do. The capital of Malaysia is renowned for the diversity of its cuisines and its abundance of night markets (pasar malams) and hawker food centres. As an expat […]
There aren’t many places in this world that can boast beautiful surroundings like that of Queenstown, New Zealand. Located on the calm shores of the crystal-clear Lake Wakatipu and surrounded by mountains, breathtaking views welcome you every morning in this winter wonderland. Queenstown, located at just 310 […]
Food truly is the heart and soul of China – no matter which part you visit, there’s a myriad of different tastes and smells to alight your senses. The best part about Shanghai, the country’s biggest city, is that, due to being such a vast metropolitan, home to […]
What makes Taj Mahal a “wonder” is that it isn’t simply architecturally magnificent – and one of a kind – but as a monument it holds a lot of emotions; that of tragedy, death, and most importantly love – the real reason for its existence. It is this bond that forms between religion, architecture, and human nature that makes the Taj Mahal remarkable and in a league of its own.