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5 Things You Should Know Before Visiting Malaysia

5 Things You Should Know Before Visiting Malaysia

Malaysia is a country that is part of the ASEAN community. It is one of the most populated countries in Asia with over 30 million people from all around the globe. Yes, foreigners also paved their way to the said country to live and work there. Travelers from all around the world are very much curious and very much eager to know about what they should expect when they visit Malaysia. If you wanna know more about , here are…

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5 Things You Should Know Before Visiting Malaysia was last modified: June 22nd, 2017 by Kash Pals
A Traveller’s Guide to Bangalore -Part 3

A Traveller’s Guide to Bangalore -Part 3

Continuing from the earlier post A Travellers’ Guide to Bangalore Part 2 Chamundi Hills (1.3 km from Mysore) The summit of this 1,150m hill commands a breath-taking view of Mysore nesting in a valley below, dotted with azure lakes and gopurams in temples. Tipu’s summer place sits graciously on the hill. Krishnarajasagar (19 km from Mysore) A delightful picnic spot with excellent boating facilities in the Krishnarajasagar reservoir. The dam is an architectural marvel. Designed by Visveswaraya, capable of holding…

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A Traveller’s Guide to Bangalore -Part 3 was last modified: June 16th, 2017 by Kash Pals
A Traveller’s Guide to Bangalore- Part 2

A Traveller’s Guide to Bangalore- Part 2

Continuing from earlier post A Traveller’s Guide to Bangalore Mysore (140 km) City of silk and sandalwood, of fantasy gardens and fairy-tale palaces, Mysore has changed very little since its days as the princely city that several royal families made their headquarters and were proud to call home. Strangely the name ‘Mysore’ is derived from Mahishasura, a monster killed by the goddess Chamundeswari. Mysore was the ancient capital of the State, capital of the Hoysala Kings and Haider Ali, and…

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A Traveller’s Guide to Bangalore- Part 2 was last modified: June 16th, 2017 by Kash Pals
A Traveller’s Guide to Bangalore or Bengaluru

A Traveller’s Guide to Bangalore or Bengaluru

Aptly, named the ‘Garden City’, it boasts of an amazing number of flowering trees and parks. With splendid pink cassias and golden acacias blooming, with Jacaranda flowering in purple majesty and the gul-mohars lighting the roads with their flam-orange brilliance, the city is a sheer delight to wander around in. Bangalore or Bengaluru can be the ideal starting point for an exciting exploration of the fascinating, architecturally rich heritage of Karnataka, every important tourist attraction in Karnataka is within a…

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A Traveller’s Guide to Bangalore or Bengaluru was last modified: June 16th, 2017 by Kash Pals
Bandra by Foot

Bandra by Foot

Bandra, as you may know, is The Queen of Mumbai Suburbs. But have you explored the Old Bandra? It has undergone a huge transformation with the green cover reducing and giving rise to skyscrapers, clubs and new restaurants. The restaurants long ago were run by locals, bakeries serving fresh bread. The new restaurants that have come up serve modern, global cuisines and crowds throng to this part of the city to dine here. There was a time when life in…

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Bandra by Foot was last modified: June 16th, 2017 by Kash Pals
Breath-taking Campsite Places in Canada You need to Visit this summer

Breath-taking Campsite Places in Canada You need to Visit this summer

Canada is a country where nature comes alive. You can experience nature in all its glory in . Canada is full of national parks that are perfect for camping. Tourists from all over the come to experience these parks, and revel in the abundant nature. It is one of the finest places to truly enjoy nature. From elegant slopes to maddening white water rivers, you can choose the habitat that appeals to you the most. Beaver Glen Campground, Prince Albert…

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Breath-taking Campsite Places in Canada You need to Visit this summer was last modified: May 17th, 2017 by Kash Pals
Take A Tour to These Patriotic Places of India

Take A Tour to These Patriotic Places of India

The charm, the grandeur and, the royalty is how India can be described. Not only in monetary terms but the country is also rich in terms of culture, traditions, heritage sites and everything. It is because of this reason that the country was once called “Golden Bird”. Got fascinated by the beauty and the charm of the country, many rulers has invaded this spectacular country at different period of time. Right start from Aibak to Mughals to British, the country…

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Take A Tour to These Patriotic Places of India was last modified: April 26th, 2017 by Kash Pals
Alaska: Denali National Park, an Unforgettable Journey

Alaska: Denali National Park, an Unforgettable Journey

When you hear the name ‘Alaska’ the first picture that comes up in your mind is snow and frozen grounds but this is the misconception. For me, Alaska is one of my favorite destination! Feels like I will never get enough of it! Alaska is the largest state of United States of America and famous for many tourist sites:  Denali National Park.  Glacier Bay National Park.  City of North Pole.  Juneau. Kenai Fjords National Park. Klondike Gold Rush National Historical…

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Alaska: Denali National Park, an Unforgettable Journey was last modified: April 26th, 2017 by Kash Pals
Five Factors Why You Will Enjoy Your Solo Trip in Europe

Five Factors Why You Will Enjoy Your Solo Trip in Europe

Europe can be considered one of the most expensive continents anyone could ever go to. It is also where most of the top countries in the world can be found namely France, Italy, United Kingdom, Turkey, Spain and much more. Europe is a continent that is really ideal for families and couples and only a few are going there for a solo trip because the misconception is that if you travel there solo, you will spend more money because you…

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Five Factors Why You Will Enjoy Your Solo Trip in Europe was last modified: April 26th, 2017 by Kash Pals
Where do pilots sleep during long haul flights?

Where do pilots sleep during long haul flights?

Have you have wondered does the pilot sleep on a long haul flight? or if they do where do the pilots sleep on long haul flights? This is where pilots sleep on long haul flights in relation to the aircraft. And because a picture is worth a thousand words check out all the other images. (Pilots sleep in any one of these beds on Long Haul flights. Likely 50% of the journey is spent in here. )   And an…

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Where do pilots sleep during long haul flights? was last modified: April 17th, 2017 by Kash Pals
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