Ok so do I need to convince anyone to go to this tiny gorgeous island with white powdery beaches, palm trees, pineapples, turquoise blue waters, marooned in the middle of the Indian Ocean?
“When in Rome, do as the Romans do”
Blending in with the locals is an art which one needs to master in order to travel smoothly. Well, this doesn’t mean you’ve to abandon your identity and emulate them mindlessly. But, to be respectful and polite to their culture and traditions one should try to commingle as much as possible.
Want to immerse yourself in the culturally rich and calm surroundings of Ubud? Well look no further and head to this rustic yet charmingly modern property called “Ubud Raya Hotel” where nature and Balinese traditions seamlessly blend into each other. We stayed here at the very end of our trip after travelling around Bali.
A tropical paradise with an intriguing culture and plenty to explore. Bali, known for its lush green rice terraces, cascading waterfalls, palm fringed beaches, warm friendly people, Volcanic mountains and some of the world’s best resorts. Everything blends seamlessly into one another making it one idyllic island that really has it all!
No matter who you are or what you love, Kuala Lumpur certainly has something to offer you! A vibrant and bustling city just waiting to be explored. If you want a bit of culture, food, parties, shopping or adventure, it has got you covered! I’ve just come back from Malaysia and it’s so beautiful that I can go back again in a heartbeat!
Adorned with classic designs of papier-mâché and styled in Victorian decor, The Chai Jaai, Tea room offers the quintessential English experience with the mix of cultures brewing in the air. The elite and opulent feel will beckon at you while the various kinds of tea will delight your senses and like me you’ll instantly fall for this place!
Who doesn’t love heading away on vacation and exploring new places? Oh! I absolutely love it but invariably used to pack much more than my requirement! I’ve been an Over-Packer and my mind used to be full of “What ifs”; What if I go running? What if I go for back to back fancy dinners? What if I go hiking? What if I this, What if I that and Oh lord what not! An ocean of What ifs!! These hypothetical situations always led me to pack my entire house and later carrying home suitcase of at least half full of unworn clothes.