I spent three days in the lovely Vietnamese coastal town of Nha Trang — and had days visiting the many natural, historical, cultural and religious sites; and then spending some time on the beach, and exploring its underwater treasures.
Most people visit Kyoto on a day trip, but I think that 5 days in this beautiful temple city just wasn’t enough. This place absolutely bewitched me!
Here’s how I spent 3 days in the Japanese city of Osaka — visiting castles, temples, walking streets, and just basking in the neon lights and colorful signboards that is Osaka.
My lazy days exploring Colombo. I visited a few local sights, ate a whole lot, and slept in most of the time. My itinerary was definitely less hectic than the actual city!
Seoul is a city that never sleeps, as there is just so many things to do around this capital city of South Korea. It’s really hard to put all my favorite things to do into a list — but I’ve decided to compile one anyway. So here’s my top 10 (and 5 more) things to do when you visit the city!
Korean food is always so good no matter where in Korea you are — so when I was in Busan, I had Korean, Korean, Korean… and all sorts of Busan specialties! Here’s a list of the top 10 you must try on your next visit to the city.
Here’s a list of the fun things I did in Nha Trang. From lazy days on the beach and getting pampered at the spa, to exploring the sights and the underwater — I had a great time!
There are just so many things to see and do in the bustling Japanese city of Osaka. From shopping streets and skyscrapers to castles and gardens, here’s a list of my top 10 things not to miss!
I made my way to Kundasang to admire Mount Kinabalu from afar, and to find that one place in Malaysia where the Friesian cows roam in the meadows surrounded by rolling hills.
My first visit to Kota Kinabalu in Sabah — across the South China Sea and on the island of Borneo. Here’s the itinerary of my time eating, eating and eating (and a little sight-seeing) while in the city.
My day’s visit to the ancient watertown of Zhouzhuang, known as China’s No.1 watertown. From walking its narrow lanes, to floating down its canals — I had a lovely time going back in time.
A visit to the biggest Starbucks (cafe and roastery) in the world — complete with a running factory and a HUGE bronze cast. And I ended up spending a fortune on coffee, food and Starbucks trinkets!
On my previous visit to Chiang Mai, I did the usual tourist trail of admiring temples, visiting elephants and climbing a hill. This time though, I spent a day doing something a little different while in the city — painting, cooking, and making tea pillows.
Surrounded by forested hills all around, Mae Hong Son really is the quiet, misty town I have always imagined it to be. Here’s how I spent my day in this rustic town on the northern hills of Thailand.
Some cities just have that special thing that makes you fall in love with it. To me, Kyoto is one such city. I left my heart in this historic city of Japan, and here are the reasons why.
Being in Japan meant that I get to savor all the delicious Japanese food — and Kyoto has so much to offer. From tofu and seafood, to kaiseki dinners and river-side dining; I had a wonderful time… eating!