My 5 discoveries of the Balinese Culture

posted in: Asia, Culture, Heritage, Indonesia | 105

Besides its enchanting nature and beaches, Bali has always been known to enthrall people with its unique culture and aesthetic traditions. The first time I visited Bali was in 2010 and at that point too, I was quite taken in … Continued

The charming corn village of Sainji, Mussoorie

posted in: Asia, Culture, Heritage, India, Uttarakhand | 96

In my last post on Landour, I gave you a glimpse of this unique corn village near Mussoorie. The actual name of this corn village is Sainji Village.  Why it is called the corn village is evident from the moment … Continued

Touxeachem Feast – The Cucumber Festival in Goa

posted in: Asia, Culture, Goa, Heritage, India | 84

With my recent trip to Goa, I was fortunate to have experienced a unique festival – the Touxeachem Feast. “Touxeachem” means “Cucumber” in Konkani and hence, its popular name – the Cucumber Festival. This is an annual celebration held at Santana Church in the … Continued

Things to do in Munich

posted in: Europe, Cities, Culture, Germany, Heritage, Tips | 36

The capital city of the largest state in Germany, home to the annual beer festival called Oktoberfest, and witness to history that changed the course of the world, Munich has a lot to offer to any traveler. From visiting elaborate … Continued

Walking on the Street of Harmony in Georgetown, Penang

posted in: Asia, Cities, Culture, Heritage, Malaysia | 70

One of the most interesting things that I found about the Pearl of the Orient – Penang was its confluence of cultures. I suppose this struck me as familiar for quite like India, there were people from different origins who … Continued

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