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Olympic Stadium Phnom Penh

I think my history maybe a little rusty, but I had no memory of Cambodia hosting an Olympics, but still one of its architectural masterpieces is the ‘Olympic Stadium’, officially known as the National Sports […]

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Looking Past the Temple Trail of Siem Reap

So the long Angkor temple tours are over, you have eaten everything that crawls or flies in Cambodia, and you have collected enough souvenirs to gift to your entire family and friends. Now you are […]

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Rooted with the Tales of the Onam Festival in Kerala

Onam is starting on 19th August 2015 and is the prosperous and important festival of Kerala and is celebrated in the month of Chingam, the first month of the Kollavarsham (Malayalam Calendar). The festival is […]

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Gear Up for the Oomph of Onam 2015

Yes, the festival of Onam is back again with a sense of fervor and gusto and we’re here to tell you all about it! Kerala is called God’s Own Country owing to its beauty and […]

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The Hidden Magical Land of Preah Vihear

A traveler once said, “Places that are hard to reach are often worth the effort.” In a place like Siem Reap, where everything worth seeing is either at walking distance or a short tuk-tuk ride […]

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All You Need to Know About La Tomatina Festival

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La Tomatina is a food fight festival that takes place every year in Spain, on the last Wednesday of August. Participants from around the globe gather on the streets of Bunol, a town […]

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Largest Street Party – The Notting Hill Carnival

The Notting Hill Carnival is one of the biggest street parties in the world and that means it can get super crazy and wild. The posh and fashionable district of Notting Hill becomes a wild […]

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HitchBOT – Tales of a Travelling Robot

“Life as a robot can be pretty dull. You just follow a bunch of instructions that your designers input and you’re on a constant loop of following those commands. But something about me is very […]

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Sur les Traces de Bouddha, à Sarnath

Sarnath est une ville située dans l’Uttar Pradesh, à une dizaine de kilomètres au nord est de Varanasi, à la confluence du Gange et du fleuve Gomati. Sarnath fait partie des quatre lieux sacrés où […]

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Meet the Oenophiles of Cambodia

Fighting all odds like right climate, lack of constant electrical supply, and oak barrels Chan Thai Chhoeung has managed to not only grow three varieties of grapes and managed to make wine. Something which sounds […]

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Cruising Along the Mekong in Phnom Penh

The mighty River Mekong is the lifeline of Cambodia. Travelling all the way from the Himalayas in Tibet and through the rainforests and plains of South East Asia, the river passes through six countries before […]

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Brihadeeswarar Temple the Dakshina Meru

It was my third visit to Tanjavur and I firmly believe that no visit to this charming town is complete without seeing the grand Brihadeeswarar, or the “Big Temple” as it’s called here.  A visit […]

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The Tales of Wat Banan of Cambodia

Wat Banan is the lesser-known ruins of Cambodia set atop a hill 22 kilometers away from Battambang. You might just find a sole monk there relaxing in a hammock unless he has to cater to […]

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Going Gun Crazy in Phnom Penh

Ok, I’ll admit it. I love guns, but not as killing tools. I admire them simply as machines. Building a machine that can wield enough destructive power to bring a car to a stop and […]

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The Land Where Trees Twinkle, Purushwadi

I should be glad that my birthday is in June. Travelling to a new place has always been exciting for me, and when it comes across as a kidnapping mission then it’s even better. The […]

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Weirdest Street food in Cambodia, Siem Reap

Siem Reap is a beautiful place. It is full of history, fun, adventure and at times full of weirdness. Imagine you are walking on the streets of Siem Reap’s markets after a long day’s tour. […]

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The Story of the Lost City of Angkor

“Wow!” he said, keeping down his mug of beer, which had failed to reach his lips for the past hour. Because each time he would bring the mug to kiss his lips, a question would […]

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Immanquable à Rishikesh, le Rafting

Rishikesh est une petite ville au nord de l’Inde dans l’Uttarakhand, à environ 25 kilomètres d’Haridwar.  Elle est située exactement à l’endroit où le Gange prend sa source depuis l’Himalaya. Située à la confluence entre […]

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Window to Cambodian Arts and Crafts at Artisans Angkor

Siem Reap has surely a great deal to offer to the tourists; during my stay there I went to an amazing place Artisans D’Angkor which has a silk farm. Before I visited the silk farm […]

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The Dark Side of Cambodia’s Past – Killing Caves Cambodia

The day I had gone kayaking on the outskirts of Battambang, my tuk-tuk driver started telling me a story on my way there. He told me about the mass killings that took place all over […]

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Meet the Adorable Turtles in Kratie

Cantor’s giant soft-shell turtle (Pelochelys cantorii) is one of the cutest and most adorable little creatures that I’ve set my eyes on. But sadly, they are endangered. But the ecologically active people who were keen […]

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A-Kayaking We Will Go in Cambodia

Having a bumpy ride in a cute little vehicle called tuk-tuk I was headed to Ksach Poy heading southwest from the city of Battambang and rode on for eight kilometers. Here I was to find […]

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Rollercoaster Ride – Bamboo Train in Battambang

Battambang is full of things to do, and the most popular one is the Bamboo Train which was like a rollercoaster ride for me going at 30 miles per hour! This train ride is one […]

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Adorable Irrawaddy Dolphins in Cambodia

Thriving in the glistening blue waters of the Mekong River are some adorable creatures that are the friendliest mammals – Dolphins. The Irrawaddy species found here are a tad shy, but none the less does […]

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The White Beauty, Safed Baradari

Safed Baradari is a spectacular pearl white monument built in 1854 by Nawab Wajid Ali Shah and is situated in the heart of Lucknow. He was the last king of Awadh and the monument today […]

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