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!
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.
Beyond the dusty air of Vientiane, I found glittering temples, stylish old French villas, hippy cafes, and a laid-back vibe. Here’s a list of my favorite things to do in the city.
Exploring the old and new Shanghai — from narrow alleways and historic bars to modern skyscrapers and the busiest shopping street in the world. My day out and about in Shanghai.
Visit Okayama. Be blown away. From majestic castles and shrines to tales of its local demon-slaying hero. Here’s a list why you must make that visit.
I have only ever read about Kuala Kangsar in my local school textbooks, so I was excited to visit this royal Perak town — and step into a little bit of Malaysian history.
Here’s a list of the top 10 things to do in a city that has beautifully rebuilt itself after a war that completely destroyed it. Mostar is gorgeous and charming, and oh so enchanting.
I have always been fascinated by the rustic beauty of Herzegovina — just imagine gorgeous landscapes of emerald rivers and rugged mountains dotted by centuries-old fortresses and ruins. Yes, that is Herzegovina.
During my visit to Ho Chi Minh City; I crawled through tunnels, floated along a river, got lost in history, whizzed through the crazy traffic and ate, and ate, and ate. Here’s a list of things not to miss when you visit the city!
Over my five days in the city of Guilin in southern China’s Guangxi province, I got to witness the sublime beauty of its stunning scenery, karst landscape, winding rivers and cultural treasures. My ancestors were from this province, so it was a surreal experience going back to the ‘motherland’.
I had a 10-hour transit in Amsterdam; and decided to make the most of my time in the city. I walked along the canals, visited a museum, and even had a traditional Dutch meal.
During my visit to Norway, I spent a cold winter’s weekend in the capital city, Oslo. 2 days was just enough time to have an easy-going introduction to this charming city.
Hoi An is a picturesque little Southeast Asian town with old traditional Vietnamese houses lining the narrow lanes; lanterns hanging from across the streets, and fishing nets and small boats floating along the river. Here’s an account of my day in the historic old town.
An early morning tour to visit the ancient Cham temple ruins of Mỹ Sơn — a journey back to the past at one of Vietnam’s most important archeological sites.
I spent 3 days exploring the ‘other’ temples of Angkor — some are unheard of, some are devoid of visitors, some are almost ruined… but all, beautiful and mythical.
Georgetown has one of the most well-preserved collection of historical and cultural buildings– so on my visit to Penang, I spent a day exploring and getting to know some of the buildings in this historical area.