A Guide to Luang Prabang

Luang Prabang is a town situated in northern Laos at the confluence of the Nam Khan and Mekong River, was once the ancient royal capital and the center of Buddhism. It may be a place associated with many legends but most importantly it was the birthplace of countless Lao rituals and the origin of a

Early Morning in Pyongyang

Some of the most magical times of the day are early mornings when the world is still waking up. It is serene, peaceful, calm and it goes well with a nice cup of tea too. Pyongyang is not your usual place for landscape photography but that wasn’t the case when I was there. Pyongyang is

Sunset at the Temple of Heaven

The Temple of Heaven is an iconic religious structure of China. It can be seen in magazine covers, postcards and travel agency pamphlets. I have been to the Temple of Heaven at least 4 times and it has never failed to amaze me. I may have already seen the ins and outs of the temple

Beautiful Sunsets of Mount Popa

Named quite adorably, Mount Popa is a volcano that is situated in central Myanmar. The mountain is perhaps best known as a pilgrimage site locally, with numerous Nat temples and relic sites atop the mountain. It is named after a flower called Puppa and is associated with many myths and legends about Burmese spirits known

Checking In: Adhisthana Hotel

Yogyakarta is one of Indonesia’s most lovable region I’ve ever been to. It is a quiet little town with countless places to stay. Most tourists often flock to Malioboro for a convenient and easy night’s sleep. It is the busiest street and is located right in the center with tons to do. They have large shops

A Guide to Yogyakarta

With centuries old historical megastructures and rich with cultural significance, Yogyakarta has become one of the most famous and visited places for travelers to Southeast Asia. Also known as Jogja, this city is a traveler’s paradise. Both local and international tourists flock to Yogyakarta to indulge in its rich history and culture. Located in the

20 Things to See in Pyongyang

Going on vacation to North Korea is an ultimate and once in a lifetime experience. Not only is it quite costly to travel there, it is also rather a taboo to even share experiences about. It was my curiosity that fueled me to first took up the courage and step into the country. I was

Food from North Korea

Are you curious about the food in North Korea? Well, this was one of the most asked questions about my experiences in North Korea. If words like bibimbap, kimchi, tteok, samgyeopsal ring any bells then you are almost there with the answer. No, there’s no such thing as communist food and the North Koreans eat