International Travel Blog Posts

My year of travel 2016

This post summarizes how my 2016 went. I feel it went better than expected. Though I had to cancel a few trips, still managed to embark on a couple of trips every month on an average, small or big. January: Visited Singapore on invitation from C...
by enidhi India on Dec 20, 2016

Why Israel should be on your travel plan

Most Indians, when it comes to holidaying, stick to tried and tested destinations in Europe or Asia. We are hesitant to explore lesser visited countries and form our own opinions on rest of the world. But there are many countries which are seriously...
by enidhi India on Dec 16, 2016

12 Items That Must Be in Your International Travel Packing List

There’s nothing quite like the freedom, opportunities and adventures that backpacking gives you. However, before you grab your passport and rush for the airport, make sure you’ve packed these all important items in your international travel packi...
by Best of World Travel on Dec 5, 2016

Exploring Mount Batur and surroundings with Scoopy!

Mount Batur is one of the top attractions in Bali for adventure seeking tourists. This place, located in Kintamani region is popular for sunrise treks- there are many tour operators who would pick you up from your hotel very early in the morning (lik...
by enidhi India on Dec 3, 2016

Uluwatu Temple (Pura Luhur Uluwatu), Bali, Indonesia

Uluwatu is one of the top 3 temples in Bali and is said to be a must visit. It built at a great location- I am very happy some created a temple in this place else some businessman/realtor would have created a luxury resort here for private gains. I...
by enidhi India on Dec 3, 2016

Recommended 6 day offbeat itinerary for Bali, Indonesia

While I was planning my Bali trip, I troubled many people for inputs- Mahesh Semwal, Suryanarayana Kedlaya, Dhananjaya Moorthy, Nisha Jha, Lakshmi Sharath and many others. They all happily helped with various inputs and suggestions. I had inputs on w...
by enidhi India on Nov 25, 2016

Short and Sweet! Tegenungan Waterfalls, Bali

Tegenungan is one of the easy to access waterfalls in Bali compared to other waterfalls I had visited, such as Git Git. Tegenungan is popular because of multiple reasons 1. If you don't want to go all the way, then you can enjoy this great view from...
by enidhi India on Nov 18, 2016

Beaches of Bali that I explored- Comparison and Photos

Bali has hundreds of beaches all around its coast line. It is nearly impossible to explore all of them. During my 4 day stay I visited about 6 different beaches. This post gives a round -up of these beaches- what to expect, what’s great about them...
by enidhi India on Nov 15, 2016

A Meal to Remember Caraway Kitchen New Delhi

It's the last evening of our Indian adventure and hubby and I decided to find a more upmarket restaurant. Up to this point, we had been eating at markets, street stalls, at our homestay and cooking classes. Our energy levels were low and we were fam...
by Gourmet Getaways on Nov 6, 2016

Take a Jaipur Cooking Class in India

Hello dear readers! I'm currently in India collecting recipes for my new cookbook. One of the trip highlights has been the Jaipur Cooking class which is taught by chef Lokesh. Before arriving in Jaipur, the chef asked me to select a menu for the cl...
by Gourmet Getaways on Oct 22, 2016

A Mexican Food Fiesta!

I can't believe it's been just over a year since I returned from Mexico! Time really does fly. Lately I've been really missing the all the delicious Mexican food. I've shared quite a lot of stories about our travels in Mexico but today I wanted to do...
by Gourmet Getaways on Sep 4, 2016

Borden control and immigration Dos and Don'ts

Recently US immigration stopping Shah Rukh Khan made news. Last week, I watched a series of videos on youtube about Customs and Border Protection agencies in UK, Australia and USA. These videos gave lots of insights as to how these agencies work to p...
by enidhi India on Aug 22, 2016

International Travel: Dos and Don'ts

Recently US immigration stopping Shah Rukh Khan made news. Last week, I watched a series of videos on youtube about Customs and Border Protection agencies in UK, Australia and USA. These videos gave lots of insights as to how these agencies work to p...
by enidhi India on Aug 22, 2016

International Travel: Customs and Border Protection: Dos and Don'ts

Recently US immigration stopping Shah Rukh Khan made news. Last week, I watched a series of videos on youtube about Customs and Border Protection agencies in UK, Australia and USA. These videos gave lots of insights as to how these agencies work to p...
by enidhi India on Aug 22, 2016

Don Muang Bangkok (DMK) Airport Terminal in pictures!

DMK or Don Muang Airport in Bangkok is a budget terminal which is cheaper compared to Suvarnabhoomi and thus preferred by low cost airlines. While returning from Macau, I had some free time to spare, so was walking around the terminal. Spotted sev...
by enidhi India on Aug 4, 2016

Gongbei Port, China seen from Macau border!

On our day 1 in Macau, we walked to cover lots of attractions and eventually reached till Sun Yat Sen Park which borders China. From this park, I could see China on the other side. China's Gongbei Port serves as one of the two entry points between Ma...
by enidhi India on Jul 15, 2016

Our first glimpse of Macau from Guia Fortress and Lighthouse!

Guia light house was one of the attractions in Macau that appeared closest to our hotel (Grand Lapa) and we thought of beginning our Macau exploration from here. Though Guia light house was visibly close, the walking path was long and because of stee...
by enidhi India on Jul 13, 2016

Johor Malaysia International Travel Mart 2016 (MITM)

The Johor Malaysia International Travel Mart 2016 (MITM) fair has set a target revenue of more than RM12mil for its three-days event starting from July 29 to 31, 2016 at the Sutera Mall, Johor Bahru. Organised by the Malaysian Chinese Tourism Associa...
by Malaysia Travel News on Jul 11, 2016

Scenic Macau International Airport in pictures!

Macau airport is small one, not at all busy and located amidst the ocean. When we landed in Macau we had water on one side. There are very few airports in the world with such scenery around, I guess Macau is one of them. But the muddy ocean spoils th...
by enidhi India on Jul 11, 2016

Indian Restaurants in Macau Hong Kong

This post is a quick brief on various Indian restaurants we tried in Macau and Hong Kong. Will be useful for vegetarians and others who are looking for Indian food during their visit to these special administrative regions. Indian Restaurants in Mac...
by enidhi India on Jul 9, 2016
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