Temples of Siem Reap in Angkor Archeological Park

Temples of Siem Reap in Angkor Archeological Park

Temples of Siem Reap in Angkor Archeological Park are one of the biggest heritage sites of UNESCO. When I planned my trip to Angkor Wat in Siem Reap, I did enough research. But when I reached there and started exploring I realized there are so many temples and every temple is special in its own way. Though some of the temples of Angkor Wat looks similar still they are different in certain aspects. I knew it is grand temple complex…

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Hill stations near Delhi for weekend trips in summers

Hill stations near Delhi for weekend trips in summers

The summer heat in Delhi and other north Indian cities gets unbearable in the month of May and June. The temperature rises and goes up to 44-46 Celsius in most of North India. Summer is that time of year when most of the Indian plains get unbearably hot. Everyone wants to take short weekend breaks or long holidays in Hills, where the temperature is much lower than plains. I searched for best possible weekend trips to hill stations near Delhi…

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Offbeat and Peaceful places in Delhi – A Local’s Guide

Offbeat and Peaceful places in Delhi – A Local’s Guide

The capital of India is not so popular among tourists for longer durations. Most people use it as a transit point before going to other places in India and they visit few popular places in Delhi. There are so many offbeat and peaceful places in Delhi to explore other than its popular monuments like. Red Fort or India Gate etc. These are not regular tourist places but are good to experience the local culture and enjoy the Delhi. Some of…

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India through the eyes of foreign travelers

India through the eyes of foreign travelers

I am partial about India and I can say a lot of things about my country. But it is also important what visitors think about India and what is India through the eyes of foreign travelers. As per records, more than 10 million foreign tourists visited India in 2017. Some had a fantastic experience, some were ok and some might have gone disappointed. A new culture and country are not easy to understand. I have asked some basic questions to…

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Things to do in Phnom Penh – First timer’s Guide

Things to do in Phnom Penh – First timer’s Guide

The capital city of Cambodia is a great mix of modern and historical places. Before visiting I read about “Phnom Penh attractions” and “things to do in Phnom Penh”. I mainly came across the genocide museum, killing fields, Grand Palace and some other places in the city. Indeed these are the main attractions of Phnom Penh for the first time visitor. When I reached Phnom Penh, I was surprised to see the modern city and multistory buildings. It is like…

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Neemrana Hill Fort Kesroli – Alwar Rajasthan

Neemrana Hill Fort Kesroli – Alwar Rajasthan

I stayed in Neemrana Hill Fort Kesroli during my Alwar and Bhangarh travel. This 14th Century fort was converted into a heritage hotel by Neemrana group. The hotel is surrounded by farms and located in a small village near Alwar. We stayed there while coming back from Bhangarh Fort. I traveled with 3 of my friends and we advance booked two rooms online. They sent a map explaining the hotel location with directions from Delhi “how to reach Hill Fort…

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Packing List for India and What to wear in India

Packing List for India and What to wear in India

When we travel to a new country, we struggle when it comes to packing our bags. Most of us make a packing list of things to carry. We do our research about the country before packing our stuff. India is a vast country with different cultures, we are conservative in comparison to western countries. While reading blog posts about “Packing list for India” or “What to wear in India”, I came across some really good as well as exaggerated posts….

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How to Make Cheapest Flight Booking

How to Make Cheapest Flight Booking

I like to accept when I first started traveling by air, I had no idea how to make the cheapest flight booking. I used to decide the day for travel and then book the cheapest flight for that day. In those days I thought that if I book my flight 2-3 months in advance then I would get the best deal. Over the years with experience and my search for good flight deals had taught me that there are so…

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5 Most Underrated Cuisines of the Western Countries

5 Most Underrated Cuisines of the Western Countries

When it comes to food we all talk about the popular food and the countries that food belongs. The Italian or Franch or Spanish food from Western countries and Thai, Vietnamese or Indian food from Asian countries. We all have a list of must eat from these cuisines or in these countries. Recently I was having a discussion with fellow bloggers about food from the different country. While discussing I realized that while traveling people look for restaurants for popular…

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Ghats of Varanasi and Ganga River

Ghats of Varanasi and Ganga River

Ganga river and its ghats are the lifelines of Varanasi. What are Ghats? Ghats are the steps leading to the riverfront of Ganga. There are so many things happening on the Ghats of Varanasi, I can spend days here and still not get bored. There are 88 ghats according to the official count. These ghats were made in different centuries and each ghat has a story behind its name. Almost all except for Manikarnika and Harish Chander ghats, all ghats…

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