Since pink is known as the color of hospitality in India, of course the city of Jaipur decided to paint its walls in shades of primrose to honor the visiting king and queen of England! With its gorgeus architecture and kites floating across the sky at sunset, Jaipur is many tourists' favorite place in India.
The most interesting and the most challenging place to see in India is Varanasi. It is the capital of death, sick and elderly come here hoping to die. It is also a major site for Hindu cremations along the river, and thus not for the squeamish or those who can't handle the morbid side of life!
Yes, a visit to the Gateway to India is a must in Mumbai but you already know that. What if I told you that you could be a Bollywood star? Or that you can join the cricket fever? Here are our tips on how to get local & unusual things to do. And don't worry, the a-b-c's of being a tourist are in there too.
Located at the junction of the 2 best seas in the world; the Aegean and the Mediterranean, Bodrum is one of Turkey's biggest beach holiday destinations. You would think that finding a swimming spot would be an easy thing to do but it is not since it is invaded by hotels and residences. So we decided to compile a list of the best places to swim.
One of the new seven wonders of the world, this gleaming wide edifice was built by an emperor to honor his love for his late wife – now that's an epic love story. Here is the world's most expensive love story and our survival guide for those who intend to see it.
Turks as we are, we don’t mess around when it comes to banquet-length breakfast spreads and we are particular about quality. But Buyukada breakfasts are not about the food itself. Rather, it is about the island vibes and feeling good. A peaceful morning munch with a fresh sea breeze. Simply enjoying being away from the horn honking of the city.
Buyukada Island is one of Istanbulites' favorite escapes, especially in the summer. While the safety of swimming in Istanbul is quite a contested subject for residents here, plenty of people continue to enjoy taking a dip in the Marmara Sea anyway. But is it safe? If so what are the best beaches on Büyükada?