Like India, Myanmar is a diverse country, especially in terms of tribes and landscapes. Amongst the many states of Myanmar, state of Kayah is the smallest of all but has a lot of to offer culturally. Within the span of 48 hours, we explored the lifestyle of the famed ‘Long-Neck Tribe’ and the ‘Kayah’ tribe as well.[Read more…] about The Long Neck Tribe of Kayah, Myanmar
Lately, have you been thinking of a ‘Baecation’ with your partner? The world is filled with beautiful locations and it can easily get overwhelming to choose one for that perfect romantic getaway as a couple. Should you go to a tropical country where you both get a tan together? Or a regal European holiday entices both of you as a history connoisseur couple?[Read more…] about Better Places with the Better Half: Top 10 Couple Vacations, 2021
While places like Mandalay, Yangon and Bagan are filled with Pagodas that are built on land but Inle is a region in the Shan state of Myanmar where Pagodas rise from the water. The huge Inle lake with an area of 116.3 km² is famous among tourists for its spectacular landscape and stilt houses.[Read more…] about Into Myanmar’s Inle Lake: A 2-day Itinerary
I, as a self-reliant person never really like to wait for others approval or a nod for accompanying me on my travel journeys. For me, solo trips are fulfilling and a great way to be unapologetically myself. There are neither no obligations nor any dependencies and definitely no need for approvals when you are on an adventure of your own.[Read more…] about Top 20 Best Destinations for Solo Travelers around the World
Bagan’s landscape is similar to some medieval era’s movie set. In fact, it is one of the dreamiest landscapes I got a chance to experience. An ancient city in Myanmar’s Mandalay region and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Bagan simply is a collection of 2000 Buddhist pagodas lying scattered, some in ruins and a few still intact, both attracting lakhs of visitors every year.[Read more…] about Old Bagan, Myanmar – Of Thousand Temples and Hot Air Balloons
What all destinations are in your big travel bucket list? Is it the beaches of Bali, the castles of Norway or the sand dunes of Africa? I have made a list of top 10 destinations to give you real bucket list goals. These destinations are undisputedly the top places to visit across the world due to their unparalleled beauty, distinctiveness and diverse experiences that these places can provide.
Irrespective of the fact that you are travelling solo or with a peer group, these top 10 travel destinations are here to win your heart with their geographical spectacles, a dash of adventure and peculiar facts around their presence.[Read more…] about 10 Undisputedly Best Places to Travel in the World
Post the wedding, it’s time to take that ultimate couple’s getaway to a romantic destination that is full of relaxation and moments filled with love. Well, the right place can contribute to that in many ways. Choosing a perfect honeymoon destination is like making a wild guess or scoring a perfect score with darts but aiming blindfolded.
This article listing some of the best honeymoon places will be the most useful guide you will ever come across. No matter if you are on for an immersive cultural experience or looking for a peaceful time somewhere tropical, read through this list of top honeymoon destinations for 2021 and choose a perfect international romantic getaway.[Read more…] about Best Honeymoon Destinations: Top 10 Romantic Getaways 2021
There are certain places in India which have either managed to contain the pandemic crisis very well or are located far away from the mainland areas and have limited air connectivity. Hence, I have categorised them as the safest travel destinations and the safest vacation spots in India.[Read more…] about Safest Places to Travel in India post COVID-19 Pandemic
5 years ago, I got bit by the fascination bug for Myanmar/Burma. Then in 2017, saw a Bollywood movie ‘Rangoon’. The captivation escalated when I saw pictures of monks in red against white Pagodas in a photography magazine which adorned my room’s walls since then. It was a promise to myself to visit this region someday.
And here I was. Travelling and amazed, like a local, on one of its oldest rail route circuits.
‘2011’, The year when a wish to travel to Myanmar was manifested into thin air. ‘December of 2019’, when I fulfilled it.
Why was I fascinated with Myanmar? It sounded offbeat to me. From India, not many people travel to Myanmar. This made me even curious.[Read more…] about Travel to Myanmar: At a Glance