5 offbeat travel destinations in Southeast Asia.
5 weekend getaways from Singapore to pamper you.
Malaysia: 3 travel adventures you don’t want to miss.
Nikoi Island: ecotourism, beauty, magic.
Bunaken: of blues seas & anonymity.
Japan Tourist Visa for Indians: Requirements and Tips
Secrets Behind Some of Japan’s Most Intriguing Traditions
Why Travelling in Japan is Like Nowhere Else in the World
Mount Kinabalu: Turning 21 on The Peak.
The Old English Charm of Maxwell Hill.
Port Dickson: Living on stilts!
Desaru, a getaway in Malaysia.
Why Bohol is My Favorite Island in The Philippines
Secret Ways to Experience Singapore
Boutique Hotels in Singapore Under US$ 150.
Singapore: 10 Best Free Things To Do.
10 Must-Try Vegetarian Food Places in Singapore.
5 Weekend Getaways From Singapore to Pamper You.
5 Years On, Singapore Still Surprises Me.
Zoukout 2010: I came, I saw, I survived.
7 Epic (yet affordable) Airbnbs to Stay in Sri Lanka
Lessons on the Art of Living in Sri Lanka’s Hill Country
In Photos: Chugging up Sri Lanka’s Hill Country
Galkadawala: Sri Lanka’s Best Kept Secret
Incredible Ways to Experience Sri Lanka
Madulkelle Tea and Eco Lodge: Tete-a-tea in Nature’s Lap
Flickr: Snippets of Sri Lanka
Not Your Typical Travel Guide to Taiwan
New Year’s Eve in Chiang Mai: A Thousand Lanterns and Wishes in the Sky
Going Back to The Places We Love
Koh Mak Island: Of Hidden Beaches, Broken Boats and Beer
In Photos: The Countryside of Northern Thailand
Monday Blues Are Better On a Beach in Thailand
My First Impressions of Turkey
A Midsummer Evening in Istanbul
On Losing My Turkish Hamam Virginity
Living Like a Local in Istanbul
Safranbolu: Once Upon a Time in Turkey
10 Travel Tips For Your First Trip to Turkey
Turkey’s Black Sea Coast: A Photo Essay
Turkish Food: A Vegetarian’s Delight!
The untouched gems of Northwest Vietnam.
Times of India: 7 Travel Destinations for Solo Women (PDF)
Lonely Planet: Sri Lanka ‘Untravelled’
BBC Travel: Touring Turkey’s Black Sea Region by Mini Bus
The Hindu: Cafe By The Sea
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hi @Shivya! I found your message in this page real inspiring. If you come by to Philippines then come visit at Cebu. Be glad to tour with you around, coffee or tea if you like, better yet for anything fun. Namaste.
Thanks! I was in Philippines in March this year, saw Cebu just in passing. Spent most of my time in Bohol and loved it!
You’re welcome @Shivya! It’s nice to hear that you’ve been to Bohol. It’s my home. It would be exciting to catch you soon when you come back to Philippines. Let me know. Namaste.
hey hey! Any tips on travelling to Bhutan?
Your a True Traveler. I like your Blog too much Seriously Just become your Fan 🙂
I thoroughly enjoy your blog every time i read it. Was curious as to whether you have travelled to Yangon- was researching on sustainable accommodation there. Actually i have to give you credit for the change in my thought process about travelling responsibly.
Also curious, if you had a chance to visit the rest of south india- apart from kerala and karnataka.
Once again, thanks for letting us live vicariously through your travels!
It requires lots of guts to travel the world alone ! A big salute to you.
its vry helpful to read ur article before travelling .thnx
your are great, and congratulation for your achievements your travel blog is awesome.
Love your blog Shivya…You’re an inspiration …I keep reading your posts in free time…Lo
ved all of them!
Wonderful blog, it is very useful for travellers
Thanks for sharing information.