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How far are you willing to go to discover beauty? How far are you willing to go to discover peace? How far are you willing to go to discover you?...

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Periyar TRiger Reserve
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Complete with spice plantations, tea gardens, a wildlife sanctuary and a thriving indigenous tribe population, Thekkady is a traveller’s delight. The Periyar Tiger Reserve here is the area’s main attraction....

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Kovalam Beach
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Tranquil immaculate beaches, often isolated enough that you’re the only person walking on the shore with the odd local walking home, Kovalam was once renowned for spotless beaches and its...

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Trivandrum Sunset
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Formerly a trade hub for spices, sandalwood and ivory, Trivandrum which was called the ‘evergreen city of India’ by Mahatma Gandhi is now an immense IT nest contributing to nearly...

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Kerala’s least populous district, Wayanad is also its best-known secret. Complete with misty mountains, splendid forests, pristine rivers and cascading waterfalls, Wayanad is ‘the’ hill station of choice in South...

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Stunningly beautiful throughout the year, the road to Sangla is certainly paved with good intentions. Loose rocky terrain makes most of the drive to Sangla seem like an adventure in...

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Hatu Peak View
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Everyone loves Shimla, and what’s not to like? However, maybe it’s time you took a step away from the madding crowd? Somewhere close but not too far? A mere 60-km...

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Munnar Tea Garden
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Of manicured tea gardens, misty mountains, clear streams and beautiful waterfalls, Munnar’s landscape is exquisite enough to draw people from across the country throughout the year. Originally begun as a...

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Shimla Toy Train
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Shimla offers much more than charming colonial buildings against a backdrop of the magnificent snow-capped Himalayas. Much more than the dozens of Bollywood songs set on Mall Road or its...

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Cambodia Angkor Wat Reflection
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Jungles, waterfalls and a plethora of historical monuments, contemporary Cambodia is the successor state to the Khmer empire which ruled much of what are now Laos, Thailand and Vietnam. A...

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