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11 of the top spots to visit in India

    India is of course a vast country with vast differences in geography, culture, religion, language, cuisine and other culture, which is a rich mixt of the past and the present ranging from ancient Vedic heritage to cutting-edge architecture and more. Though there are many places that are worth visiting in India, I have listed 11 places which are my personal favourites for an awe inspiring holiday.read post  

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11 Bucket-List Destinations in Thailand

tawanlubfah   Inexpensive and friendly, Thailand boasts fascinating cities and towns, abundant nature, islands with exotic beaches, and adventure on land and sea. Check out these eleven Thai musts for a full menu of all of the above, with something for almost every taste: read post  

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Why India is a leading medical tourism destination

 The Financial Express With a millennia-old medicine history, this country now ranks 10th as a destination for people looking to travel for medical treatment, thanks to its combination of 21st-century health modalities, strong pharmaceutical sectior, and its traditional systems of holistic health and wellness. The India-based Financial Express take a look at the country's current situation and trends, and it's an enlightening read:…

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  • I've always been fascinated by this Mongolia - even though I haven't yet gotten to travel there - and on YouTube found this superbly edited, montage of scenes (fairly brief, just over five minutes long) from popular South African travel filmmaker MrBrynnorth. No narration, but very eloquent indeed!! https://youtu.be/KwQvyYzcOJU
  • A onetime Buddhist pilgrimage track, in disuse for some 60 years, the new, 250-mile Trans Bhutan Trail is to be inaugurated in April - coinciding with the reopening of the whole of Bhutan to tourists after pretty much closing its border since spring of 2020 - connecting for hikers and mountain bikers some 400 historic/cultural sites as well as countless natural wonders. Read more details in CNN Travel: https://edition.cnn.com/travel/article/trans-bhutan-trail-reopening
  • Just saw Crazy Rich Asians - pretty cool movie, and I'm sure it'll do wonders for Singapore tourism. Then just today read an interesting piece in The Atlantic about how some non-Chinese (Malays, Indians - the name Singapore actually comes from Malay and Sanskrit) are a little miffed at how it papers over their home's ethnic diversity. Plus, most Singaporeans are far from rich! Makes interesting reading: https://www.theatlantic.com/international/archive/2018/08/singapore...

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