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Travelling as a Vegetarian to Turkey: The Complete Survival Guide

Being a vegetarian in Turkey isn’t something that one has to ponder about much. Turkey is often associated with cuisines made up commonly out of meat. However, being a vegetarian and traveling in this region will not be a problem since the variety of non-meat dishes available in Turkey are plentiful. From the never ending […]

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My Tryst with a Trans-Continental Destination: Turkey Backpacking Guide

Turkey backpacking guide will assist travelers along their journey to this enchanting country. Turkey happens to be one of those places which will leave an everlasting impression on you. It will ensure that you visit it over and over again. Each time you visit, a brand new side of this country will be discovered. In […]

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A Trek To Mount Bromo: Indonesia’s Most Active Volcano

A Trek to Mount Bromo with its jaggy terrain and rugged pathways becomes the perfect hiking spot for husky and adventure-loving people. Mount Bromo is situated to the east of the main land of Java. It is one of the most scenic tourist attractions in Indonesia with its majestic sunrise views and view of the crater, […]

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Exploring the Luxurious City of Dubai on a Budget

Dubai budget trip is something that a lot of travelers have on their bucket list. Dubai is the perfect place to visit if you want to see the lovely fusion of culture and modernity. The native population help maintain its traditional roots while the travelers contribute to its cosmopolitan culture. Dubai is traditionally seen by […]

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A Day Trip to Bethlehem – The Holy Land of Christ

A Bethlehem day trip will let you explore the city and its outskirts well. Bethlehem, the historic city emerges right from the tales of Bible, where Christ the Lord, appeared in this mortal world of humans. It will most certainly take you back to the historic times and leave you enthralled. As a traveler, have […]

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Backpacking to Japan Solo: Complete Itinerary & Budget Tips for First Time Travelers

Traveling solo to Japan can prove to be an experience of a lifetime if you plan your trip methodically. I undertook a solo trip to Japan recently and fell in love with the region. There is an indescribable sense of fascination that I have with Japan. Growing up as an avid anime geek only served […]

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A Backpacking Trip to Bhutan: The Land of Happy People

Bhutan budget trip is planned by backpackers annually across the globe. Bhutan as a travel destination is not only beautiful but extremely budget friendly. Also, it is one of the most travel friendly locations in Asia.  Bhutan also known as the ‘Land of Happy People’ or the ‘Land of the Thunder Dragon’ is a small […]

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Czarist Planned City of Bishkek: Kyrgyzstan’s Must Visit Destination

Places to visit in Bishkek are seen frequently in recent times on the itineraries of backpackers. They form the points of interest for travelers who want to explore new territories. Bishkek is the capital city of Kyrgyzstan. It is an extraordinary travel destination of the Central Asia region. Bishkek was established as a fortress to control the […]

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Ningbo Travel Guide: What all to See and Do when Going Solo ?

Travelling solo to Ningbo will be one of the best wanderlust decisions you’ve taken in a while. Ningbo happens to be east China’s thriving seaport city. It is a culturally beautiful and historic site for travelers. Also, it is a food haven for individuals who like to munch their heart out. Travelling solo to Ningbo […]

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Things to Buy in Bishkek’s Fascinating Markets: Kyrgyzstan’s Pride

Things to buy in Bishkek are diverse in nature and unique in essence. Some of the best places to visit in Bishkek are its bazaars (markets). Home to some of Europe’s most pulsating and intensive bazaars, Bishkek’s shopping outlets will keep you on your toes all day. You will find plenty of distinct things to […]

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Top Reasons to Visit Shanghai Over Any Other Chinese City

Reasons to Visit Shanghai are so many that even a thousand words will not suffice to elaborate the travel experience in this part of the world. However by means of the current write up, an effort will be made to enlist the best travel reasons to visit Shanghai. Shanghai can do overnight, what it would take […]

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Oceanic Destination of Bali is Attracting Thousands of Travelers

Bali is a small island which is located in the oceanic nation of Indonesia with a population of less than 43 lakhs. After the 1980s there has been significant rise in number of tourists visiting the place which contributes approximately 80% to the overall economy. Bali is not only the ideal spot for backpackers but […]

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Thailand’s Krabi Island – The Caboodle of Sun, Seaside, and You

Krabi – a name that is not well known to the regular traveler – belongs to the southern part of Thailand. When one thinks of Thailand, one immediately associates it with Bangkok, Phuket, and Pattaya with it. But, these places are extremely commercial and would appeal to the shopper in you. For someone looking to […]

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Bhutan’s Tiger’s Nest Monastery: Hallowed Sanctum in the Himalayan Paradise

Tiger Nest Monastery, officially known as Paro Taktsang,  is the most surreal and holy Buddhist temple complex in the “Land of the Thunder Dragon”. A short drive from Paro through magnificent emerald hills and gurgling streams takes you to the base of the monastery. This divine monastery is perched precariously on a  sheer cliff at […]

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Taipei 101: Not the Tallest Building Anymore but it Surely is Pretty

Taipei 101 Tower is a super high skyscraper in Taiwan. It was the tallest green building in the world (2004 to 2010) until Burj Khalifa in Dubai took over. Currently Taipei 101 stands out to be the eighth tallest building in the world and fifth tallest in Asia.

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Dambulla Cave Temple: Sri Lanka’s Sacred Place for 22 Centuries

The Dambulla Cave temple is situated in the central town by the same name i.e. Dambulla in the Matale District of Sri Lanka and is of significant historical importance that showcases the rich cultural heritage of the country. It is believed that the cave temple was a place of residence for Buddhist monks and also […]