Bagan, Myanmar: Land of Temples & Stupas

 Third day in Myanmar was spent in the ancient city of Bagan. And what’s the best thing that you can do when in the Kingdom of Pagan? Temple Hopping. There are various ways to hop from one temple to another: by hot air balloon, horse carriage, bicycle or by car, and so on. I chose the last option since I was


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Best Things to do in Tenancingo, Mexico

Tenancingo is a large municipality in the state of Mexico, located just outside the Toluca Valley. If you have a week or two, you might check out these 5 best things that you can do while in this colonial town.   5.Climb the Cristo Rey. Pump up your adrenaline rush with a climb to Cristo Rey. Get your comfy sneakers


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Tagaytay Weekend Travel Guide for first-timers

Tagaytay seems to have the essential factors that need to consider when traveling- vicinity from the metro, food galore, and the adventure. The best time to visit Tagaytay falls from November to April where season is dry. But its average temperature stands at24 °C (75 °F) which makes the city ideal for family weekend getaways and as a summer destination,


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10 Secret Free things to do in Singapore

They say Singapore is one of the most expensive countries to travel. As a matter-of-fact, I spent lesser in this City of Lion than in Malaysia or South Korea. The secret? Probably because the city is small and most touristic spots  are gathered in one area. And the best thing about it is that most of them are free. Here are the free


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Malaysia City Day Tour

13 places to see in one day? Yes, it’s possible. Check how we did it. Morning The draining climb to the Batu Caves challenged us to wake up early the next morning.  The larger arrow of the room clock ticking at 8 was clearly marking our sleepy heads to stand up and get ready for the scheduled 9am -half-day city


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Taal Lake Adventure

Largest island in a lake on an island Taal holds the Guinness World Records for having the largest island in a lake on an island. Mt. Taal Island is situated in the middle of the Taal Lake resting in the middle of the Taal Island. Viewing from the top will allow you to catch sight of the turquoise blue lake


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DIY Putrajaya Day Tour

Putrajaya, located 25Km south of Kuala Lumpur is named after Tunku Abdul Putra, the first Malaysian Prime minister.  Putrajaya’s majestic set up and its landmarks that are increasingly growing in further years to come, just suits to its name itself. Putra in Sanskrit means prince while jaya means success. This planned city has served as the seat of the federal administrative center


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El Nido Travel Guide for First- Timers

According toCNNGo, El Nido is the Best Beach and Island destination in the Philippines for its “extraordinary natural splendor and ecosystem.” Getting there Taytay is the jump off point to the  group of islands considered by many as the ultimate paradise for beach lovers we called El Nido. Reaching this municipality will take you more or less a 6-hour drive


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DIY Batu Caves Day Tour

13Km north of KL bares a golden treasure of 250 tons of steel bars and 300 liters of gold paint swathed around the world’s tallest statue of Lord Murugan.The soaring 42.7 m (140 ft)  height of the Hindu deity welcomes every traveler to the entrance of one of the most popular  Hindu shrines outside  India, the Batu Caves.      


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DIY Baguio Travel for First-Timers

It is the cold weather that lures domestic tourists to Baguio, especially during summer, when we want to escape from the fierce heat in the lowland. In due course, this unusual cold climate it benefits from spawns more opportunities and godsends. One such instance is the apparent abundance of strawberry and pine trees in the area which add more charm to the already


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