Hidden in the shadow of lofty green mountains, in between the mighty Mekong and calming Khan rivers, lies the laid back town of Luang Prabang, a UNICEF designated world heritage site and the most stylish…

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Bangkok has its media-fed familiarity: Backpackers staggering down the Khoa San Road, seedy ‘Patpong’ floor shows and sizzling street vendors’ serving everything from fresh papaya to fried scorpion. But today’s Bangkok smacks of sophistication, boasting…

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Our time in Chaing Mai was merely a six hour whistle-stop: We arrived at 8:30am fresh off the Bangkok Express Night Train and departed at 2:30pm on a local ‘Green Bus’ for the long journey…

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The King of Sri Lankan street food, Kottu, is a mouthwatering mish mash of shredded rotti, vegetables, egg (plus meat or fish for the non vegetarians), available at any street-side food joint, open late into…

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How to Spend a Day in Bangalore: ‘Surviving’ our first 12-hour Indian night bus, which albeit arriving 90 minutes late while we sat in the standard state of roadside confusion*, was so much easier and…

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