#

International travel

Dubai

Dubai is surrounded by endless dunes, which you simply have to see. The desert landscape that surrounds the city is beautiful. Set out on a wild ride in the dunes as part of the morning safari, while bathed in the morning sun. If you want, you can take a solo journey around the dunes either on a quad bike or a sandboard. Of course, there’ll be lots of time available for you to enjoy the desert and taking photos.

Nepal

Nepal, nestled in the majestic Himalayas, is a land of unparalleled natural beauty. Home to the world's highest peak, Mount Everest, it lures adventurers seeking the thrill of trekking through breathtaking landscapes. The capital, Kathmandu, boasts a rich cultural heritage with ancient temples and vibrant markets. Nepal's warm hospitality and a harmonious blend of Hindu and Buddhist traditions create a unique and spiritual ambiance. From the towering peaks to the serene lowlands, Nepal offers a diverse and captivating experience for every traveler.

Thailand

Thailand, country located in the centre of mainland Southeast Asia. Located wholly within the tropics, Thailand encompasses diverse ecosystems, including the hilly forested areas of the northern frontier, the fertile rice fields of the central plains, the broad plateau of the northeast, and the rugged coasts along the narrow southern peninsula.Until the second half of the 20th century, Thailand was primarily an agricultural country, but since the 1960s increasing numbers of people have moved to Bangkok, the capital, and to other cities.

Bali

Bali is a famous Indonesian island located in western Indonesia just a few miles east of Java. Bali covers approximately 2160 square miles (5600 sq. km), with a mountainous interior of lush forests and clear lakes that complement the gorgeous beaches, which ring the island. Bali is known for its distinctive and unique culture that is a meld of Chinese, Indian and Hindu influences. It has been a popular tourist destination since the 1930s when the island’s culture was romanticized through the writings of anthropologist Margaret Mead.

Vietnam

Well, Vietnam has always been remembered for the incessant Vietnam War and its rather gloomy history, until recently it has picked up as one of the popular travel destinations in South-East Asia with its plethora of flavours, resonances, landscapes, and of course, people. Vietnam had been in my bucket list for some time now but I didn’t know what happened to be a sudden drunk plan with my college buddies would actually turn out to be a pleasant reality, and that too for New Years.

Singapore

Singapore is a sunny, tropical island in South-east Asia, off the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula. The city-state is 710 square kilometres and inhabited by five million people from four major communities; Chinese (majority), Malay, Indian and Eurasian. Since its independence in 9 August 1965, the country has adopted a parliamentary democracy system. Currently, the government and the cabinet are led by Prime Minister, Lee Hsien Loong while President Halimah Yacob is the Head of State.

Bhutan

Nestled in the Eastern Himalayas, Bhutan is a kingdom renowned for its untouched natural beauty and strong commitment to Gross National Happiness. The capital, Thimphu, harmoniously combines modern development with traditional Bhutanese architecture and culture. Bhutan is dotted with ancient monasteries, such as the iconic Tiger's Nest, perched on a cliffside. Known for its unique policy of preserving its environment and culture, Bhutan offers a serene escape with its stunning landscapes and a deep sense of cultural identity.