If you’re anything like me, you might find yourself daydream occasionally, picturing yourself sipping on a fruity drink, going to the spa, and just unplugging from the rest of the world. It seems like the thing of fantasies. But this retreat to Song Saa (coupled with a fantastic tour of Siem Reap) is beyond even my wildest dreams
You’ve waited in line at St. Peters, you’ve taken the iconic photo at the Leaning Tower of Pisa, and you’ve rode in a gondola down the canals in Venice. But knowing where to go after all of the boxes on the tourist list are checked can be a challenge. Instead of the bustle of the big cities, freshgrub recommends this deluxe trip on the Amalfi Coast.
After years of growing tourism in Southeast Asia, it’s no longer just the scenery that leaves tourists speechless – it’s also the art. Paintings, sculptures, calligraphy, and more, are all thriving in Vietnam. You just have to know where to look.
Brazil is a country known for being the life of the party. Its vibrant festivals and parades, coupled with diverse and exciting nightlife in each city, make this country the perfect place to dance your heart out.
Here is a guide to Antwerp with a list of places you can see in 12 hours.
Hong Kong — a city with distinctive cultural mixes, trending styles, avant garde art galleries, high fashion toting ladies, the most expensive and the cheapest Michelin star restaurants, the stunning contrasts of high rises and dingy alleys — seamlessly thriving together in this super packed city known as ‘Asia’s World City’.
I have done the due diligence of checking out each place, sometimes more than once just to be sure, so that you can enjoy the fruits of my labor.
Toronto has an eclectic mix of old & new restaurants that should make anyone’s foodie list pretty complete. Here is a compilation of where to spend your time without wasting even one meal.
Surrounded by the rocky edges, soaring mountains and the ocean, the N2 highway carves and meanders few hundred miles – making it undoubtedly the best self-driving experience that should be on anyone’s bucket list.
Cape Town overwhelms your senses, a city built around its astonishing geography — the winding roads, pastel-colored houses, highest peaks, the twelve apostles standing as guardians, the ocean stretching and curving like a necklace. You can look up and around at any moment and you are just blown over yet again.
Subculture vibes, great art & literary scene, a high standard of living with safe neighborhoods that Torontonians are proud of, ethnic food spots ranging from Ceylonian to Filipino, with an interesting fact like the one below; seems like a perfect city to spend a weekend!
Green and arty Kyoto has been setting the agenda for centuries
Tokyo is many things to many people, but to me, it will be a place that taught me a thing or two about humanity.
TWO Restaurants you want to eat at, in BsAs.
BsAs is a place for foodies, creatives and the night owls. Welcome to an unpretentious city, alternative street fashion and happy ‘portenos’ (that’s what…
The gloriousness of Istanbul starts here. Bosphorus, Bebek and the Black Sea.
Istanbul – a city spanned across two continents and history dating back to the Byzantine – Ottoman Empire has interestingly bagged the title “World’s Hippest City” and also can be called as the Islamic city that knows how to party!
Jumbled between the ruins, historical monuments, a lake, a deer park; an arty village has also claimed the address, Hauz Khas village dates back to the 13th century namesake reservoir and a complex that still stands amidst the indie culture developing around it.
With its geographical set up snugly inserted within the northern most tip of India, it serves as an aesthetically cultural convergence of Tibet, China…
Name the city that’s Euro-American, French-speaking, a year-around party destination, an hour outside the States. Oui, C’est Montreal!