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Thailand’s Full Moon Parties

Picture yourself on a beach on a moonlit night. The cool surf washes your feet as you gaze at the moon. Now add for good measure some soft white sand, pulsing music, and a few hundred party enthusiasts such as yourself. You have arrived at Thailand’s most hip and happening beach parties. The full moon […]

Oasis of the seas – A world unto itself

When Royal Caribbean International built the 16-deck ship at a cost of US$ 1.5 billion, they did not believe in half measures. The Oasis of the Seas is an embodiment of the big is beautiful philosophy. Weighing in at 220,000 tons (five times the tonnage of the Titanic) and a capacity to host 5,400-passenger, The […]

The Sweetwaters Serenade

The savannahs seemed to close in on us as we walked from our tent to the reception lounge of Sweetwaters Tented Camp in Kenya. Beyond the electric fence that encircled the camp the plains seemed to stretch forever. Out here, a wildlife film unspooled as a line of giraffes loped by to have a drink […]

The power of film & New York’s Tribeca Film Festival

New York has been a city of tribes, cultures, and nationalities and together they have made the city what it is. This seamless communal way of life was shocked and stunned on 11th September 2001 with the devastating attack on the World Trade Center. The smouldering rubble that was the communal sentiment had yet to […]

Groove for a cause at the Kasauli Rhythm n Blues festival

Kasauli, a quaint hill station in Himachal Pradesh, south west of Shimla is usually quiet for most parts of the year until April. That’s when the sublime hill station begins to resound with crooning of talented voices, the splash of cymbals and the sound of deep guitar riffs. Founder trustees Prema and Jyoti Sagar turned […]

Bagh-e-Bahaar: A flowery ode to Kashmir

“Kiss the winter goodbye with a tulip” These gaudy, bulbous flowers have captured the romantic imagination of the world from the 10th century CE. Tulips held special importance in the Islamic empires of the world. Sultan Selim II of the Ottoman Empire ordered 300,000 tulip bulbs from Kefe, present day Crimea. Back home in India, […]

Malaysia announces free e-visas for Indian travellers

Malaysia is a unique travel experience that is much different from its neighbors. Every year many Indians visit Malaysia to experience its serene beauty and rich culture. Malaysia has a ton of stuff to offer travelers and the latest thing it’s offering to all the Indian tourists is free e-visas.     “You can now apply […]

Tawang- The Road to Paradise

We had been on the road long enough to realize that schedules meant nothing; that they were made to be broken. The landscape on the road to Tawang, in the far reaches Arunachal Pradesh in North-East India, was so arrestingly beautiful that we were compelled to stop frequently, to gape, muse and pay homage to […]

Holi – The Indian Spring Celebration

Holi is undoubtedly one of the most colorful and culturally diverse festivals celebrated in India. Celebrated on Phalgun Purnima which comes in February end or early March, Holi has an ancient origin celebrating the triumph of ‘good’ over ‘bad’, bridging social gaps and renewing sweet relationships. On this day, people hug and wish each other […]

Solo Tripping- an experience of a lifetime

Everyone should travel solo at least once in his or her lifetime; many of those who have traveled solo have described their first solo trip to be a spiritual experience. Traveling alone gives you the opportunity to pamper yourself and is enlightening in many ways. A solo trip will help you in knowing yourself better […]

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