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    Where to Find Local Vegan Food in Luang Prabang

    Laos is not as vegan friendly as Cambodia and it might be a bit hard for one to find vegan food there – especially, local food. There were times when I was hunting and there were times when I got super lucky (yes, I found a vegan buffet being served at a place that I accidentally found myself in :’)…

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    2 Days in Luang Prabang: The Perfect 48-Hour Itinerary

    Every time I think about Laos, I think about the lovely and kind-hearted locals who never failed to smile at me, the pretty cafes and restaurants that adorned the streets by the serene Mekong River and the inexplicably artistic culture that swooned thousands of travelers like me, at the night market. I really wish I had stayed there for longer…

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    My Alice in Wonderland Moment at Kuang Si Falls (2019)

    I still remember waking up on the second day of my trip to Laos, with an unapologetic smile on my face, and dreams from the previous night, about the Wonderland that I was going to visit that day. Laos had already secured a soft spot in my heart on the first day itself, and there was nothing but sweet love…

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    The Ultimate Vegan Street Food Guide to Siem Reap (2019)

    It’s here! It’s here! It’s here! The much awaited post that so many of you had asked after watching my Instagram stories is finally here! Ah! I cannot even begin to describe my excitement to write this post because Oh Boy, food is an extremely important aspect of my travel. I travel to eat, learn and soak in the culture…

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    What to Expect From the Night Market in Siem Reap, Cambodia

    The Siem Reap Night Market is one of the best and the most happening night markets in Cambodia. Whether you want to shop for Bohemian clothes and souvenirs, or eat amazing local food, or get a relaxing foot massage, or simply enjoy a cocktail by the street, the Night Market has got you covered. If you visit Siem Reap in…

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    What Nobody Will Tell You About Angkor in Cambodia

    I woke up exactly at 4:20 AM and I had an Angkor Sunrise Tour leaving Siem Reap town at 4:30 AM. Damn! I had overslept. Soon, I rushed and grabbed whatever possible, managed to get ready in just 10 minutes and went outside the hostel gate to get picked up by the tour that I had booked the previous day.…

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    How to Spend 2 Days in Siem Reap, Cambodia

    Siem Reap is the closest city to the Angkor remains of the Khmer Empire. If you have only two days in Cambodia, I would recommend you to stay in Siem Reap and visit the beautiful Angkor Archaeological Park as well as the bustling Night Market. Immerse yourself in the history of Hinduism and Buddhism at the ruins, try delicious Khmer…

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    Cambodia Travel Guide (VISA, Stay, Things to do & More)

    Cambodia is a country in South-East Asia predominantly famous among tourists for the Angkor remains in its north-west region. A pleasant country with friendly people and local food to die for, Cambodia will always have a special place in my heart. Below is my Travel Guide for this beautiful country in case you plan to visit it (which I think…

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    Chetti Melaka: Stories Of A Unique Community in Singapore

    Did you know that there exists a unique community in Singapore which is a blend of three different cultures namely Tamil, Malay and Chinese? Did you know that this community speaks a unique language called as Creole which is a combination of the languages spoken in the above three cultures? Yes, there does exist such a community and it is…

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    The Truth Behind the Vast Indian Community in Singapore

    When I first boarded the Metro train in Singapore, I was quite surprised to hear the announcements made in Tamil. I mean, I had heard from friends and family that Tamil is widely spoken in Singapore and that many Indians lived there peacefully. But my curiosity as to how the Indian community came to be such an integral part of…