If you’re heading to the little red dot, take this list of the best vegetarian and vegan food in Singapore and treat your taste buds.
After a month of criss-crossing the country, my detailed Japan Rail Pass and train travel guide for Japan!
In this digital world, our minds are flooded with impressions created by others.
Indulge your taste buds in Bangkok’s thriving vegan food scene, with my list of the city’s best vegan and vegetarian restaurants and cafes.
Why travel to Japan? Over the last four weeks, I’ve come to realize that Japan is not one of those places you can understand virtually.
Hidden from the world until the 1800s, Japanese culture and traditions are an enigma for curious travellers.
Although Japan still doesn’t offer visa on arrival for Indians, it is now possible to get a Japan visa on an Indian passport without a sponsor.
After dreaming of Japan for years, I’m finally heading there… in search of Murakami’s Japan, but also my own.
My mind flooded with questions as I sat there, among the orange-robed monks of Wat Suan Dok in Chiang Mai.
About this post: On New Year’s eve in Chiang Mai in 2017, I found myself at the Chiang Mai lantern festival, flying paper lanterns on 31st December as the clock announced New Year’s eve! Seeing the Chiang Mai sky lit up with lanterns was a magical experience, and in this post, I’ve penned down tips for Chiang Mai in December and Chiang Mai on New Years. I stood on a parapet watching in awe, surrounded by people as they cheered and counted down to the New Year. Almost everyone had lit their paper lanterns by now, and as the clock ticked to midnight and firecrackers went off in the sky, we released our lanterns with a feeling of joy that’s difficult to put into words. As the lanterns drifted away into the sky, creating the illusion of a thousand twinkling stars, I felt like parts of my past, and all the fears and challenges of 2017, had drifted away too. A surreal feeling. Behold, a glimpse of the magic of celebrating New Year’s Eve in …