Did you think Singapore is just a business city that is too commercial to have any fun? Here are 9 lesser-known offbeat AND fun things to do in Singapore.
Founded in 2017, e-living project started with a simple objective - to find places while traveling which not only provide the amenities but also provide the homely comfort and experience. At e-living, they want to make your travel experiential, something which was beyond bed and breakfast. It was more about creating a community of travelers.
When it comes to hotels and living options, Singapore has a plethora of it - from luxurious hotels to boutique stays and minimal staying options - you’d find it all. Which means it can be quite a task to pick a hotel in Singapore. To make it easier for you, I've listed down 10 Best Hotels in Singapore. Scroll below to read all about them
Whether you are an explorer, or someone who seeks culture and arts, or a food lover, wanting to explore different kinds of food items - from local delicacies to fancy dishes in Michelin Star Restaurants, you’ll find it all in Singapore. Here are top 5 reasons why Singapore should be on your bucket list.
If you're a digital nomad, who loves travelling but also work-on-the-go, or if you're simply trying out working remotely from one of your favourite destinations, here are few initiatives and co-working spaces in India located at beautiful locations which you should be aware of.
Fancy staying in a place surrounded by jungle greens and hundreds of birds? Undoubtedly one of the best stays in Kodaikanal. Here's a photo journey of my stay at the Fern creek hotel and a peek into their awesome hospitality.
Trying to get away from the crowds gathering all over Kodaikanal during holiday season, I discovered a hidden gem of a place - pristine and secluded and untouched.
If you are someone who loves the mountains but does not know where to travel beyond the popular towns, then this article is for you. In this article, I've listed down 10 such villages of Himachal Pradesh, which are less touristy, and offers a very different experience.
Have you ever felt like there is a celebration hidden inside the realm of nothingness? Or do you crave the slow pace in today’s very fast-paced life? If you do, then you need to read about Shoonya Project, which is a festival that actually celebrates nothingness.
I wanted a break so I went for a vacation. But apparently the rest of the city wanted one too and they decided to follow me to Kodaikanal. Here's the story of how I escaped from the mass holiday vacation to find my solitude.