Goa – Experience The Exotic Charm Of Nature

You want to experience Portuguese influence, sun-kissed beaches, warm ocean, romantic waves, exotic sand dunes, and palm-fringed roads? If yes, explore Goa, a fabulous state in India, where Gods and Angels come to rest and relax. It is one of the most gorgeous travel destinations for fun lovers.

It is known for its engaging scents, spices and flavours, heritage, art, spirituality, history, sea, sand, palm trees, and seafood.

Visitors especially come here to enjoy:

  • Night life
  • Seafood
  • Beer
  • Hot beaches
  • Amazing cuisines
  • Equatorial forest
  • Sunset points
  • Glimpse of the Arabian Sea
  • Baroque architecture
  • Ancient churches
  • Migratory birds
  • Magnificent forts
  • Goa State Museum


Interesting facts about Goa:

  • Goa’s Naval Aviation Museum is one of a kind and Asia’s first and only one.
  • Goa has an astounding number of bars. In total, there are about 7000 bars and almost all of them are licensed to serve alcohol.
  • Goa has the highest per-capita income.
  • The forest density cover of Goa is over 33%.
  • Goa has many wildlife sanctuaries such as Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary, Molem Wildlife Sanctuary, Cotigao Wildlife Sanctuary, Madei Wildlife Sanctuary, Netravali Wildlife Sanctuary, and Mahaveer Wildlife Sanctuary.


Here are a few reasons why visitors choose Goa:

Dolphin watching

If you want to make your vacations memorable and exciting, choose dolphin cruise to watch the most exciting species on earth – dolphins. Kids love to watch playful dolphins near their yachts and cruises.


Non-stop Snorkelling

If you love water adventure and especially snorkelling, Goa is the place for you.  You can choose beautiful Baina Beach, Grand Island and Bogmalo Beach for non-stop snorkelling.


Endless Fishing

This is a pure heaven for fishing enthusiasts; enjoy endless fishing near Panaji and other well known fishing sites in Goa. You can enjoy fly fishing as well as river fishing also in Goa.



When it comes to culture, nothing can beat the exclusive blend of cultures in Goa. In fact, it is the best place to experience the flawless amalgamation of Eastern and Western styles. You can sense religious and cultural harmony and welcoming people. In fact, the Goan Carnival and Christmas-new year celebrations are known across the world.

So, are you ready to explore the unexplored?

Explore the Natural Aesthetics of Indonesia

Indonesia is a classic fabric of fascinating culture, secluded islands, smiling rice paddies, unexplored Sumatra, crater lakes, green mountains, lurching waves and meditation centres. Travellers from across the world hop here to see the giant active volcanoes, Buddha statues, dense forests and splashing waves. Families penetrate the exotic Javan jungle to learn about the ancient tribal traditions. No doubt, Indonesia has something for every traveller.

Visitors especially come here to see:

  • Wild rainforests
  • Endless tropical beaches
  • Majestic and misty volcanoes
  • Fascinating culture
  • Captivating islands
  • Green mountains
  • Hidden villages
  • Thrilling wildlife
  • Turtles, komodo dragons, and native bird species
  • Ancient temples


Interesting facts about Indonesia:

  • Indonesia is part of the Pacific Rim “Ring of Fire”.
  • The country has some 400 volcanoes, about 150 of these are active which is around 75% of all currently active volcanoes on Earth.
  • The capital and largest city of Indonesia is Jakarta, on the island of Java.
  • Indonesia shares land borders with Malaysia, Papua New Guinea and East Timor.
  • Indonesia is the world’s largest country comprised solely of islands. It is composed of 17,508 islands, some 6,000 of which are inhabited.


Travellers especially visit:


Lombok is an ancient Indonesian island east of Bali and west of Sumbawa. It is known for its awesome Island chain as well as numerous beaches and surfing spots. Travellers visit the nearby Kuta region to absorb the fresh vibes. Adventure enthusiasts enjoy non-stop fun and water activities. Families enjoy this region because it is home to sea turtles and other fish species.



Kuta is a fabulous beach and resort area in the south of the island of Bali. It is one of the most beautiful regions that attracts thousands of nature enthusiasts. The atmosphere of Kuta is exotic and fresh waves make it even more enjoyable. Surfers love this place as it has a plenty of surfing spots. The region is also famous for tropical landscapes.



Parangtritis is the most exotic tourist beach and village area on the southern coast of Java. Worldwide travellers spend quality time at the pristine beach. The nearby cliffs and hills are simply irresistible and attract painters and poets.

The region is quite placid and filled with small restaurants and hotels. Families enjoy horse and cart ride along the beach.

Best time to visit Indonesia – April to October.

So, are you ready to see countless tropical beaches?

Explore Bali – The Land of Spectacular Beaches

Bali is a popular Indonesian island that is renowned for its forested volcanic mountains, picture-perfect rice paddies, amazing irrigation system, breathtaking views of the Indian Ocean, best surfing points, extraordinary beaches and exotic coral reefs. The island is home to some of the most wonderful religious sites, such as cliffside Uluwatu Temple. Travellers from across the world drift here to rest and rejuvenate in resort towns as well as indulge in yoga and meditation retreats.

Visitors especially come here to see:

  • Neighbouring islands, such as Nusa Penida, Nusa Lembongan, and Nusa Ceningan.
  • Ayung River
  • Coral reef
  • Overlooking stone cliffs
  • Golf courses
  • Mountain scenery
  • Tropical beaches
  • Subak irrigation system
  • Indomalayan ecozone
  • Dramatic peninsula
  • Amazing flora and fauna


Interesting facts about Bali:

  • The world’s most expensive coffee comes from Bali.
  • Around 80% of its economy is related to tourism.
  • Most Balinese residents speak 3 languages: Balinese, Indonesian and English.
  • The Indonesian waters are home to around 3,000 species of fish.


Some of the most famous beaches of Bali are:

Amed Beach – This beach attracts thousands of visitors from across the world. It is known for its fishing boats, black volcanic sand, exotic neighbouring fishing villages, soft sand and long stretch of coastline. Travellers enjoy vibrant marine life, nearby shell museum, sacred temples, and lots of diving, fishing, exploration, dolphin watching spots. People especially enjoy spots near Jemeluk bay that are popular for diving. (It is the best place to grab a beer and enjoy the approaching fishing boats.)


Balangan Beach

It is no secret that world class backpackers come here to see the beautiful rocky cliffs, shallow waters, sea breeze, tropical atmosphere, near-white sand and dotted sun umbrellas. Located in Unggasan Village, it is the quietest and the most sumptuous place to rest. People spend their day watching sun, sand and waves. In fact, it is famous among water adventure enthusiasts especially those who like surfing. (It is the best place to move towards Dreamland Beach, Suluban Beach, Impossible Beach, Bingin Beach, Padang, etc.)


Suluban Beach

Located in Pecatu Village, this is the most beautiful beach with stunning waves and dunes. It is the hot favourite spot for professional surfers. This fascinating place is worth exploring. People love to see spectacular sunset scenes, beach activities, and enjoy local food and cocktails. (Always bring sun glasses, surfing board, shoes, towel and changing cloths.)

Best time to visit Bali –The best time to visit Bali is during summers, that is, April to October.

So, are you ready to hit the raging waves?

2 Most Popular And Graceful Beaches Of Sydney

If you want to explore the magnificent beauty and natural splendour, visit Sydney, the state capital of New South Wales and the most populous city in Australia. It is known for its coastal basin, Tasman Sea, Blue Mountains, Hawkesbury River, exotic beaches, Woronora Plateau and extraordinary geographic diversity.

Visitors especially come here to see:

  • Cooks River
  • Georges River
  • Vast bush lands
  • Sydney Harbour
  • Sydney Tower and Darling Harbour
  • Dry Sclerophyll Forests
  • Awesome beaches

Interesting facts about Sydney:

  • Sydney receives over 10 million international and domestic visitors each year for its beaches and attractions.
  • The Harbour Bridge is known by the locals as “The Coat Hanger” due to its distinct shape.
  • Australia’s largest outdoor sculpture exhibit, “Sculpture by the Sea”, began at Bondi Beach in 1996.
  • Sydney is the highest ranking city in the world for international students.(Wikipedia)
  • The smallest beach in Sydney is McKell Beach at Darling Point, accessible only by boat at low tide.
  • All beaches in Sydney offer picnic shelters, electric barbecues, play areas, kiosks, toilets and change-rooms.


Here are a few popular beaches of Sydney:


Bondi beach

If you love golden shoreline, you must visit Bondi beach. Visitors from across the world come here to see Bondi’s exclusive golden crescent and clear turquoise waters.

Travellers enjoy different beach activities, including beach walking, surfing, sun bathing, and swimming with their kids. The nearby shops, restaurants, cafes and bars are really irresistible and worth visiting.


Milk beach

If you love silence, seclusion and spiritual vibes, visit Milk beach. Milk beach is a small, secluded spot with some of the most exotic views of the Harbour Bridge and the Opera House.

Travellers especially visit here to experience harbour beach front and rock pool. In fact, the nearby Parsley bay and Nielsen park are also worth visiting. Milk Beach, one of Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs well-kept secrets, is ideal for fishing and snorkelling. The native eucalyptus trees, bush tracks, coastal streams, green backdrops, heritage sites and sclerophyll shrubs are unique and make it a wonderful place to visit.

Best time to visit Sydney –The best time to visit Sydney is September through November and from March to May.

So, are you ready to experience the graceful beauty of Sydney?

The Philippines – The Land of Natural Abundance

The Philippines is a Southeast Asian country in the Western Pacific, consists of more than 7,000 islands. It is known for ancient Chinatown, San Agustin Church, a storied citadel, military prison, natural landmarks, foliage-covered forests, iconic South China Sea, stunning backdrops, the Pacific Ring of Fire and the greatest biodiversity.

Visitors especially come here to see:

  • An engaging archipelago
  • Longest coastline
  • Philippine Sea
  • Beach Resorts
  • Cagayan River
  • Monuments
  • Natural Cliffs and rock formations
  • Manila Bay
  • Smiling dolphins
  • Active volcanoes
  • Captivating shores

Interesting facts about the Philippines…

  • The Philippines has the highest rate of discovery of new animal species with 16 new species of mammals discovered just in the last 10 years.
  • The Philippines are named after King Philip II of Spain.
  • The Philippines is the world’s largest exporter of coconuts and tropical fruits, such as papaya and mangosteen.
  • Cock fighting is a centuries-old blood sport, popular since the times of ancient Persia, Greece, and Rome.
  • The tricycle is another popular way of getting around in small towns and rural parts of the Philippines.

The Philippines is home to the word’s most extravagant array of rainforests, must-see attractions, absorbing historic sites, and extensive coastlines. This is the finest place to spot a diverse range of birds, plants, animals, as well as sea creatures. People love to experience the cultivation of pearls, crabs, and seaweeds.

Travellers especially visit here to explore:



This a tiny sparkling island in the Philippines located around 315 km south of Manila. Boracay Island and its beaches are simply award-winning. This exotic island comprises of barangays of Manoc-Manoc, sandy beaches, vast sanctuaries, stunning resorts, Bulabog Beach, relaxed atmosphere and sea grass. Ideal destination to relax.



If you want to see paradise on earth, visit Bohol. This small province in the country’s Central Visayas region is famous for beautiful coral reefs and unusual geological formations and the Chocolate Hills. Surrounding jungle’s greenery, and amazing south coast, vibrant waterfalls, beaches and mesmerising hills make it a perfect travel destination. It is a hot favourite place for diving enthusiasts.



If you are in the Philippines, you can’t ignore Manila. This capital city of the Philippines attracts travellers from across the world because it has Spanish colonial architectures, bustling shops and restaurants, modern skyscrapers, grand churches and many other interesting monuments.

Best time to visit Philippines – Between November and April.

So, are you ready to experience the natural abundance of the Philippines?

Get Ready To Discover Volcanic Islands And Coral Reefs In Palau

Palau is a beautiful archipelago of over 500 islands, an integral part of the Micronesia region in the western Pacific Ocean (Palau shares maritime boundaries with Indonesia). This archipelago is known for its dazzling array of natural wonders, green mountains and sandy beaches on its east coast, and grassy fields surrounded by palm trees. Worldwide travellers visit here to enjoy their vacations and have some thrilling water sporting activities.

Travellers especially come here to see:

  • Pristine limestones
  • Volcanic islands
  • Emerald forest
  • Turquoise lakes and lagoons
  • Expanse of the Pacific Ocean
  • Coral atoll
  • Sharks and turtles
  • Underwater plants and animals
  • Vast uninhabited islands


Interesting facts about Palau…

  • Around 21,000 people reside in Palau. Of those, about 70 percent of Palauans live on the island of Koror.
  • Palau covers an area of 489 square kilometers (189 square miles).
  • The Rock Islands of Palau, also called Chelbacheb, are a small collection of limestone or coral uprises.
  • All year round, Palau experiences a pleasantly warm climate with an annual average temperature of 27 degrees C.


The Rock Islands

If you want to spoil yourself and attune with Mother nature, visit the Rock islands. It is a tiny collection of limestone or coral uprises, ancient relics of coral reefs. Travellers especially come here to see the hypnotic Southern Lagoon, between Koror and Peleliu.

The vast island is highly beautiful and attracts people because of its stunning reefs, jellyfishes, diving spots and exotic beaches.



This is the largest island in Palau. It is in the western Caroline Islands, and the second largest island in the Micronesia. It is famous for its pristine natural beauty and fabulous climatic conditions.

Its mountains and sandy beaches are engaging and encourage people to relax. Shoreline, mangrove forest and native flora and fauna are worth exploring in Babeldaob.


Eil Malk or Mecherchar

If you want to go beyond the borders of your imagination, visit Eil Malk. It is the main island of the Mecherchar Islands, and located 23 kilometers southeast of Koror near the bordering reef of Palau.

Travellers enjoy this densely wooded island and wander around to witness the ultimate atmosphere. Its more than 10 small lakes makes it even more wonderful and worth exploring.

Best time to visit Palau –  December to March

So, are you ready to explore the underwater universe in Palau?

Explore Dazzling Beaches, Rivers and Pagodas In Vietnam

Vietnam is a Southeast Asian country on the South China Sea.  Vietnam is famous for its stunning beaches, raging rivers, ancient Buddhist pagodas,  vibrant cities, French colonial landmarks, iconic bridges,  historic sites, massive citadels and limestone islands.

Visitors especially come here to see:

  • Northern mountains
  • A maze of rivers and islands
  • Floating markets
  • Ancient pagodas
  • Enclosed lakes
  • Hidden caves
  • Fishing villages
  • Colonial landmarks
  • Indochina Peninsula
  • Hạ Long Bay
  • Biosphere reserves
  • Beach resorts


Interesting facts about the Vietnam…

  • Vietnam is the world’s second largest coffee-producing nation after Brazil, producing 16% of the world’s total coffee.
  • Coffee in Vietnam is incredibly tasty, cheap, and the iced version is a refreshing drink during the warm and humid months.
  • Vietnam is the world’s largest exporter of cashew nuts, producing 37% of the global number.
  • Vietnam is the only country that has its own deity for the kitchen! His name is Ong Tao.
  • An estimated ten million motor bikes travel on the roads of Vietnam every day.


Travellers especially visit here to explore:


Hanoi is the capital of Vietnam. It is famous for its centuries-old architecture, rich culture, narrow streets and little temples. Travellers love to enjoy street food, drift around the floating market and see water puppetry. This city has various astonishing monuments that can improve your overall travelling experience.


Nha Trang

If you love coastal areas, lengthy beaches, hidden diving sites and offshore islands, you must visit Nha Trang. Its main beach is highly beautiful and offer fresh vibes of ocean. Most people go beyond the limits to witness captivating coral reefs.


Ha Long Bay

If you want to see emerald waters and limitless towering limestone islands and rainforests, visit Ha Long Bay. It is the hot favourite travel destination. Travellers choose this place because it is a  paradise on earth. You can book boat tours to visit this place. This is an ideal place for scuba divers, rock climbers, hiking enthusiasts and mountaineers.

Best time to visit Vietnam – Spring (February to April) and autumn (August to October).

So, are you ready to explore the land of beaches, rivers and pagodas?

Discover The Vibrant Land Of Singapore

Singapore, an island city-state off southern Malaysia, is one of the most beautiful places to explore. It is known for its grand buildings, ancient market, astonishing shopping malls, Marina Bay Sands, Buddhist monasteries, city vistas, Hindu temples and botanical gardens.

Singapore, a perfect melting point of art and culture, is an ideal place to explore. It attracts people because of its modern fabric shops, chic restaurants, incredible street-food scenes, and high-rise buildings.

Travellers especially come here to see:

  • Marina Bay Sands
  • Tropical flora
  • Parks and gardens
  • 62 islets
  • 63 islands
  • Wetland reserves


Interesting facts about Singapore:

  • Singapore is also known as the City in a Garden.
  • Singapore was originally known as Temasek, meaning ‘sea town’ in Javanese.
  • Singapore is the second densest sovereign state in the world, after Monaco.
  • It is also the sixth wealthiest and the 20th smallest country in the world.
  • Singapore has impressive greenery in high-rise buildings – a total of 50ha are rooftops and roof gardens.


Reasons to visit Singapore

Pulau Ubin

This island is nestled in the north east of Singapore. It is famous for granite quarries, natural flora and fauna, open meadows and a great number of birds. This island attracts people because of its rubber plantation, mangroves, secluded but beautiful beaches, rocky outcrops, and local villages. You can roam around the rustic fishing villages and dozens of quarry sites. One of the most amazing things is that this region is ideal for mountain biking.


Bukit Batok

This region has everything to offer from nature park, town park, motor factory to memorial. Travellers come here to enjoy the pleasant environment and thousands of coconut trees.


Local Food

If you are a food lover, Singapore is a paradise for you- variety of local food. You can explore the Indian, Chinese, and Thai flavour, which is quite distinctive in terms of aroma. There are many traditional restaurants and hotels that only serve authentic dishes.



If you are a shopping enthusiast,  choose Singapore. Incredible markets, boutique stores, shopping sites, fashion stores, bazaars and colossus shopping malls near Haji Lane, make it a world famous shopping destination.



Art, architecture, culture and museums of Singapore will mesmerise you. Besides that, there are many family-friendly attractions, zoo, theme parks,  and clubs that magnetise kids and adults.


Best time to visit – July

So, are you ready to explore the vibrant land of Singapore?