Rainbow-bridge-tokyo
Destinations, Experiences, Japan, Japan, Travel tips

48 hours in Tokyo city

Tokyo is a city that can be perceived and enjoyed in numerous ways, depending on your interests as well as the amount of time you have at your disposal. While spring keeps you enthralled with cherry blossoms, or Sakura, and Hanami (Sakura festival), autumn and winter give completely different perspectives of the city. It is… Continue reading 48 hours in Tokyo city

woman traveler
Backpacking Tips, Cheap accommodation, Experiences, Solo Backpacking, Travel hacks, Travel tips

5 backpacking myths busted!

Anyone freshly bitten by the wanderlust bug often develops certain preconceived notions before setting off to exotic places on a shoestring budget. Research will definitely equip you with a lot of data on how to go about it. However, while some of that information may be accurate, much of it could be quite misleading. Backpacking… Continue reading 5 backpacking myths busted!

Elias church Suzdal Russia
Destinations, Experiences, Russia, Solo Backpacking

Is Suzdal worth visiting?

It is often said that Russia is like a never ending fairytale. With its charming landscapes and undeniably vivid cultural heritage, every village and town has something to offer to the curious traveller struck by wanderlust. For someone who is interested in getting a glimpse of Russia during the middle ages, the Golden Ring, as… Continue reading Is Suzdal worth visiting?

Neil island Andaman
India, Solo Backpacking, Travel tips

Must-see places in South Andaman

For a traveler used to more organised travel destinations, Andaman and Nicobar islands in the Indian Ocean might seem laid-back and underdeveloped at first. There is also a lack of reliable source of up-to-date information to navigate around this archipelago that is actually a part of India. This makes one's visit all the more charming,… Continue reading Must-see places in South Andaman

Angkor Wat-Terrace-Siem reap
Cambodia, Destinations, Experiences, Solo Backpacking

Is Siem Reap too touristy?

Fresh out of the airport, the first impression of Siem Reap – the  jewel of South East Asia – isn’t far from how one would picture a place rich with ancient history. The nondescript road, leading to the city centre about 8 km away, gives the traveller a view of open fields and neat little… Continue reading Is Siem Reap too touristy?