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A weekend in Singapore

A weekend in Singapore

A weekend in Singapore

With seat-belt buckled and waiting for the Scoot Airlines flight to take off from Chennai, I involuntarily started to hum “Darling, Darling I love You” and “Joyful Singapore, Colourful Malaysia”. Given that these are hit Tamil numbers shot in Singapore, you might have guessed that it was to the tiny city-state that I was headed.

Of different Tales from the Vienna Woods

Of different Tales from the Vienna Woods

These days, in the land of waltz maestro Johann Straus, there are different “Tales from the Vienna Woods” as this Austrian capital opens its arms wider every passing year to the LGBT community, which otherwise faces slurs and indignity in many places in the world. “We love to promote openness, have huge respect for tolerance,

Bir: Of serenity, monasteries and the monsoon

Bir: Of serenity, monasteries and the monsoon

Imagine a morning like this — pull aside the window curtains to witness the magnificent snow-capped Dhauladhar range standing tall and the surrounding hilltops covered by dark clouds; suddenly it starts pouring heavily, rain drops sprinkling your face as you sip your morning cuppa. Well, this is how I was greeted in Bir — a

A lake, forests, mountains...Pokhara has many delights

A lake, forests, mountains…Pokhara has many delights

Standing by a lake, with forested hills on one side and snow-capped Himalayan peaks on the other, was an unforgettable moment for me in Pokhara, the picturesque Nepalese city that is arguably its tourism capital. Pokhara was a discovery in several ways. It has a laidback charm that contrasts with the rush and pollution of

Sleepless in sin city: Fun, frolic and gaming

Sleepless in sin city: Fun, frolic and gaming

In the heart of the Nevada desert lies a city with over a million lights, burning bright in the night like a shining diamond against an otherwise dark background. It is sin city — one that never sleeps. Propitiating a hedonistic God, Las Vegas has just one goal — to let you have fun, whatever

These amazing hills bring you close to nature

These amazing hills bring you close to nature

Fancy this: Snow-clad Mountains dotted with pine trees, a topaz blue sheet spread across the sky and the churlish winter wind almost piercing through to the bones. The temperature was minus eight degree Celsius and there I was, standing in Chiktul, the last village on India’s border with China in Himachal Pradesh. It was all

Lahaul festival: A blend of virgin nature, Buddhism

Lahaul festival: A blend of virgin nature, Buddhism

Taking a leaf from the success of Leh’s Sindhu Darshan festival, locals of the picturesque Lahaul Valley in Himachal Pradesh also decided to hold a similar event every summer at the confluence of the Chandra and Bhaga rivers that makes for a mix of virgin nature and Buddhism. This year it will be held on

Lahaul festival: A blend of virgin nature, Buddhism

Lahaul festival: A blend of virgin nature, Buddhism

Taking a leaf from the success of Leh’s Sindhu Darshan festival, locals of the picturesque Lahaul Valley in Himachal Pradesh also decided to hold a similar event every summer at the confluence of the Chandra and Bhaga rivers that makes for a mix of virgin nature and Buddhism. This year it will be held on

A weekend on Singapore Streets

A weekend on Singapore Streets

With seat-belt buckled and waiting for the Scoot Airlines flight to take off, I involuntarily started to hum “Darling, Darling I love You” and “Joyful Singapore, Colourful Malaysia”. Given that these are hit Tamil numbers shot in Singapore, you might have guessed that it was to the tiny city-state that I was headed. After landing

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