It is the 377th birthday of the city of Madras, presently Chennai. In the year 1639, the Madras Presidency was born and the city exists to this day, 377 years later. The city has evolved from its conservative nature to a more cosmopolitan one today.
As Indians, we tend to visit a lot of small towns, hill stations during our vacations – visit our cousins or ancestral village or just chill out during the summer in a cooler place – both of us (A and me) lived in cities that have a beautiful shoreline, a few beaches.
Singapore, the island nation is a place that has captured the imagination of people from all over the world. This tiny city-country has established the Asian name on the world map. Singapore is indeed a fast-growing, very hi-tech country in Asia. For the limited resources that they have, Singapore has come a long way in … Continue reading “Things You Will Enjoy Doing In Singapore”
I recently got interviewed by Jolene of Wanderlust Storytellers as she was doing a series on family travel bloggers who also did budget travel. If you are looking for tips and tricks on how to travel within budget, how to cover a lot of places but still not burst your budget and more importantly, travelling … Continue reading “Interview by Wanderlust StoryTellers”
Continuing from my previous post about the Things to Do in Langkawi, here is another list of interesting places to visit, things to do in the lush, green island Pulau Langkawi. Geoforest Park We visited this place on our first trip to Langkawi in 2013. The Geoforest Park visit was part of the island hopping … Continue reading “What You Can Do in Langkawi – Part 2”
Hello everyone! Following up with my previous posts on Langkawi, I present to you some of the activities we did, something you too can do when in Langkawi. For more information on the island, how you can plan your itinerary for Langkawi and what you must plan before you travel read the previous posts linked. In this post, … Continue reading “What You Can Do in Langkawi – Part 1”
Having lived in East Malaysia, Miri to be precise, I value highly the availability of even a single, simple dish that reminds me of home. Miri is a small oil-town, about 300000 to 500000 people living there at a time. I am quoting it on the higher side, the expats add to the numbers actually. … Continue reading “Indian Food In Kuala Lumpur”
The past 7 + years of traveling around South Asia has been almost problem-free for me and my family. But with time, you need to realise that certain important documents also start to near their “expiry date” – for example your passport. Well, there were atleast 2 very important learnings for me with my … Continue reading “Lessons From My Hong Kong Trip”
Visa-free travel So, when you unexpectedly get the chance to visit the dazzling “twin” of Singapore aka Hong Kong, would you turn down the opportunity? No!! And that was what we did. So a quick plan and we booked the tickets on Cathay Pacific for April 22nd. We chose HK because Indians (if not other … Continue reading “Hong Kong – What You Need To Know”
So… we planned to spend 3 full days at LGK (langkawi) so flew out from KL on a Friday morning flight via Malindo Airlines, early this year.