If you want a picture postcard-perfect picture, there’s no better place to get one than in Bruges. The town is so pretty that it gives you the feeling of walking into a real life fairy-tale town.
I visited Oxford as a 3-year-old and told my parents that I wanted to study here one day. That dream is long gone; but fast forward 20-odd years later, I am back with them again in the same city– to visit for a day.
I’ve heard many exciting stories about the huge party that happens on the island of Koh Phangan. People come from near and afar to get drunk and go crazy. Here’s an account of how I spend my time at the Full Moon party, and Koh Phangan.
Pulau Ubin is worlds away from the bustling city of Singapore. With its beautiful scenery, coconut trees, mangrove forests, lovely shorelines and abundant wildlife; it retains a rural and rustic village charm. A lovely place to cycle around.
Everytime I picture Monaco; I imagine well-dressed gamblers at Monte Carlo, parties on luxurious yachts and F1 Formula races with celebrities and stars. However, I was traveling on a budget– but that didn’t stop me from enjoying this glamorous city.
Cannes is so enchanting that from the moment you step in the town, you’ll feel like a movie-star on a holiday. After all, it is home to the Cannes International Film Festival– where its all about the glitz and glamor in the name of film-making.
If there is one place I absolutely cannot miss while in Paris, it’s Disneyland. I just can’t resist the opportunity to be a child again– take pictures with my favorite cartoon characters, ride awesome roller coasters and feast on huge cotton candies.
Almost everyone I talked to before my trip to Paris suggested a trip to the Château de Versailles. Words used to describe it were ‘beautiful’, ‘breathtaking’, ‘magnificent’, ‘grand’… that was enough to make me allocate a whole day to visit the palace.
This mist-shrouded town is blessed with cool and refreshing mountain air, gorgeous scenery and friendly people– the quiet and serene atmosphere here will give you a glimpse into life way back when. However, I made the journey specifically to see the ‘hanging coffins’.
Banaue is famous for the 2,000 year old rice terraces carved into its mountains. It’s an arduous trip to get there, but I’ve heard so much about the magnificence of the rice terraces that I had to witness it for myself.
Taal Volcano is an active volcano, said to be one of the smallest in the world. It is an interesting natural wonder– a volcano within a lake within a volcano within a lake. Hearing about this, I just had to make the journey!
Zermatt is a pretty village tucked deep in the Swiss Alps and home to the mesmerizing Mount Matterhorn. With snow so white and scenery so beautiful… it’s like walking into a picture.