How To Spend a Month in Vietnam for Less Than $1,000

The former capital of Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh (HCMC) is the largest city in the country. Filled with untamed culture and evolving urban lifestyle, the city of Ho Chi Minh, formerly known as Saigon is a pulsating land of hope and happiness. The glow which it carries gets better and exuberates as the day moves from dawn to dusk.

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How to See Bangkok on a Budget

Some major cities are impossible to tackle when on a tight budget.  Between the cost of transportation, accommodation and, most importantly, food, you might find yourself having to cut certain ventures short due to a lack of funding. I am here to tell you that Bangkok, Thailand is not like most major cities. You can experience Bangkok on a budget – and this is how to do it. Read More

The Best Places in India to Celebrate Holi

Holi is one of the major festivals in India, which commemorates the victory of good over evil and also marks the arrival of spring, a season of joy and new hopes. Visiting India to celebrate Holi is a great idea – you will have a fun-filled experience with enthusiastic people; but make sure you aren’t scared of getting drenched in colours and water!

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Best Travel Guides by Continent

So you’re traveling somewhere new. How do you get around? Where’s the best place to get fried dumplings? Why does everyone take a nap at 3:00 pm? We’ve got the best travel guides to help answer all of these questions, and help you navigate your next adventure.

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5 Things You Can't Miss in India

I’ve just returned from two weeks in the Tamil Nadu state of South India—mostly based in the city of Coimbatore. Sometimes you visit new countries and experience new food or see different landscapes and take back a memory or two of a wow experience. Here, nearly everything I saw and did was completely off my radar—in wondrous, interesting and perplexing ways alike. Read More

13 Things to Know Before You Go to India

There’s packing for a trip. Then there’s packing for an adventure to a Southeast India, to part of a developing yet second most populous country in the world where many current customs and traditions date back to 8,000 BCE. Translation: prepare to be culture shocked (more on how to deal with culture shock). But first, here are some practical things to help ease into the whirlwind of colorful sights, sounds, smells and tastes before you go to India.

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