TRAVEL & LIVING

These Are the World’s Favorite Landmarks For 2018

The largest religious monument in the world, Angkor Wat stands as a living testament of the Khmer Empire. It was inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage List in 1992. Of the more than 40,000 reviews left on the site, Angkor

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Chilika Lake – Asia’s largest brackish water lagoon

Asia’s largest brackish water lagoon with water spread ranging from 1165 sq km m the rainy season to 906 sq km in the dry season is nestled in the heart of the coastal Odisha (Orissa). It extends from Bhusandpur in

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Wayanad : A Photographic Outline

Wayanad is the serenity-the serenity which offers fresh hilly breath, windy ways, misty peaks, forests, lakes and in all an ultimate travel experience. Entering through the Thamarasseri Ghat, paying obeisance at the Chain Tree in which the spirit of Karinthandan

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Places You should visit at least once in your lifetime: Elephanta Caves, India

Elephanta is an island off the Mumbai coast. So the first point is to get to Mumbai. This is one of the most connected cities in India. A large number of daily flights are operated to Mumbai (BOM) from the

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This might be your perfect holiday destination to celebrate Easter

This weekend is going to be a special one as the world will be celebrating Easter, the resurrection of Christ, on Sunday. As a part of celebrating the special day, people will be searching for a perfect destination for the

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On My Bucket List: A Staycation at Gangtok!

Summer vacations are just a month away and while kids are planning their favorite trips to grandparents’ home, a vacation at an unexplored destination can help you unwind life’s load. One such destination is Gangtok, nestled in Northeast India. The

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Turkey bounces back as package holiday favourite

Package holidays to Turkey are up 84% year on year, according to Thomas Cook – a growth being fuelled by families, who account for 61% of bookings. The country is also seeing the highest number of return customers of any

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Korean Tourism Banks on PyeongChang Olympics to Boost Popularity of K-food

Promoters of Korean gastronomy have set out an ambitious goal for themselves: To make K-food as popular and ubiquitous as Japanese sushi around the world, over the next five years. It’s a tall but, perhaps, not impossible order, given the

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Hawaii’s Kauai Island Is Recovering From Major Flooding

One of the worst floods in years on the Hawaiian island of Kauai stranded dozens of tourists earlier this week. The National Weather Service reported 28 inches of rainfall over the weekend, but local meteorologists believe it was more —

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Solo Backpacking in Spiti Valley: Here Are Few Things You Must Know

Spiti Valley is approximately 5 hours from Manali and is one of the most beautiful yet uncharted destinations in India, in case you’re planning to fly solo this holiday season, here are a few things you must know for your

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‘Shah Jahan Didn’t Leave Deed in Favour of Waqf’: Mughal Descendant on Taj Mahal Row

Agra: YH Tucy, who claims to be the great grandson of last Mughal Emperor Bahadur Shah Zafar, has said the Sunni Waqf Board has no claim over the Taj Mahal and Ayodhya’s Babri Masjid land. The Taj Mahal, is the

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Prices at Several National Parks Are Increasing

The United States Interior Department announced Thursday admission prices for the most popular national parks will increase to $35 per vehicle instead of the originally planned $70 per vehicle. According to Reuters.com, the new pricing plan will apply to 117

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How to Experience Miami Like a Local

Those who want to see, do, and eat the latest in Miami can engage in a 30-minute complementary phone or text chat with a local expert, who will then create a self-guided, customized, day-to-day itinerary for your Miami trip, priced

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In Success for Make-in-India, PM Modi Flags Off Country’s First All-Electric Superfast Train in Bihar

Patna: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday flagged off country’s first all-electric high speed locomotive made with the help of a French company under Make-In-India Project at Madhepura Rail Loco factory in Bihar.The first engine to have rolled out from

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The world’s fastest zip wire in North Wales just got faster

It’s a good week for anyone with an interest in hurtling themselves down a wire at 125mph. Zip World in North Wales has just unveiled its new zipline Velocity 2. The wire allows riders to glide 7mph faster than on

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