Historical British and Dutch colonies, Iconic buildings and beautiful Stupas, there are a lot of things to see in Colombo. Here are 10 places to visit in Colombo and my tips on how to spend 3 days in Colombo.
Art culture in India has come a long way and these popular cafes have become a melting pot for artists, audiences and creative minds from all across the country.
Dubai is not just about magnificent architecture, and luxurious shopping malls. Doing yoga in full moon or playing polo riding on a camel, there are many offbeat things to do in Dubai which probably you haven't heard of.
These unique festivals happening in the Himalayas are not just related to music but creativity and self-exploration. Here are some details about Musicathon and Folklore festival which is India’s first high altitude zero waste musical festival.
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.
Initiatives such as Karyashala in Bir and WorkationX in Barot and Stay on Skill are helping digital nomads, artists and wanderers to earn a living while travelling in remote mountainous regions.
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.