Chantaboon Waterfront Community in Thailand – A melting pot of multiple cultures

With European homes, quirky cafes, vibrant street art and smiling people, the Chantaboon waterfront community can lure any visitor who loves old world charm. A smiling old lady welcomes and offers me a local delicacy wrapped in a conically shaped leaf as I enter the one-kilometre stretch of the Chantaboon waterfront community. I politely refuse …

Kru Kung Museum

The treasure trove called Kru Kung Museum in Thailand – A photo tour of bygones

Thailand is a land of varied shades. A country that has been culturally so vibrant and has over 4000 years of history in its kitty is bound to offer more than its pristine beaches and happening nightlife to the travellers and tourists who visit its land and sea with equal zest. To emphasize and propagate …

City Palace Jaipur Architecture

City Palace Jaipur Architecture : 30 Photos to get you started on Responsible Tourism

The City Palace Jaipur in India has eluded me for more than a decade until our recent trip in April, this year. Jaipur, the capital city of majestic Rajasthan, has been one of the most frequented places on my travel list- after Agra and Hyderabad. Yet, I could never spend ample time exploring the City Palace, …

Kathakali – The colourful classical dance form of Kerala that requires a revival

Kathakali usually evokes imagery of vibrancy, opulence, flamboyant costume and expressive dance. But for me, it has always rekindled old memories of school days when working on projects related to Classical Dance forms of India, I was often left enchanted by the very colourful mask and costume of Kathakali dancers. For as long as I …

Boat ride

Backwaters of Kerala – An Indulgence with Responsible Tourism

The month of October always brings back fond memories of my trip to the backwaters of Kerala. It has been seven long years since we undertook our family trip to Cochin and this wonderful vacation remains as the most cherished sojourn till date. I love Cochin and is one place apart from Dalhousie, where I …

UNESCO Heritage Monument of TajMahal , India – A different perspective through my lens

The TajMahal at Agra does not cease to mesmerize tourists and travellers from around the world. The same holds good for us Indians too, as I am back from my fifth trip to the Taj. Old monuments and buildings fascinate me to no end since my childhood and so do the doors and windows.I keep …

Dalhousie Dainkund Peak

Dalhousie to Dainkund – Experience The Never Ending Musical Notes of the Singing Hills

I was composing the blog post on the mesmerizing Bhool Bhulaiyya of Lucknow, yesterday, and was reminded of our trek from Dalhousie to Dainkund and return across the Singing Hills of Chamba(Himachal Pradesh).The path through the woods was haphazard, brimming with possibilities of getting lost and gave us a sense of accomplishment upon reaching the …