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Book your flight on Scoot before 5th Jan 2018 to enjoy promo fares starting from S$107 to Kochi! The Taj Mahal, the Ganges River, Indian spices, and Yogi Haven — several things we associate with India. While these are amazing...
When people ask what my favourite country is, I often alternate between Iceland and India. When it's the former, I get nods in agreement (even if they've never visited); But when it's the latter, I usually get a bit of...
There are a few famous routes travellers normally take in India when they visit for the first time — The most famous is the Golden Triangle (Delhi, Agra, Jaipur) and a close second is the heritage arc (Agra, Lucknow,...
People often ask why we keep returning to India. Besides the many charming sights, I think what a lot of other travellers in India will agree with, is how this often misunderstood country surprises you with some of the most...
You’re probably thinking…Indian street food, is it safe? You’re not alone. Although I’ve tried many dubious street foods across Asia (and thankfully escaped unscathed) — it being my first time in India — I was a little apprehensive and...
Awoken by a man towering over, in his hand a ticket printing device. I realised just about everyone else had alighted from the overnight bus but the 5 of us and 2 french guys — the only foreigners on the bus. The bus continued winding up...
The home of the Dalai Lama might be the biggest draw for travellers to Upper Dharamshala (McLeod Ganj). But for us, the fresh air and post card perfect views in this little Tibetan-exile city was the exact recharge we...
Chennai being the first stop of our 12-day India adventure, we expected to be greeted by the full impact of India and were ready for a real culture shock. Yet there was an odd sense of familiarity and similarity as we...
The Taj Mahal has always been an attraction highly raved in India. One of the wonders of the world, the Taj Mahal was erected as an ode to love. Not only does it tell the heart-wrenching love story of Shah Jahan and...
As our skins shrivel and sweat drips from our foreheads, the Indian and Pakistani soldiers have it worse with their thick, pressed uniforms and ostentatiously colourful headgear. From where we are sitting, soldiers march and display strength via their...

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