Tag: travel

SriLankan Airlines marks iconic year in Australia with Melbourne Marathon

SriLankan Airlines, the National Carrier of Sri Lanka and a member of the Oneworld Alliance, coinciding with the second anniversary of its operations to Melbourne, successfully concluded SriLankan Airlines Half Marathon event at the Melbourne Marathon Festival for the third consecutive year. The 2019 event in its 42 year-long Festival history attracted a total of 37,185 athletes for five events,… Read more →

These famous South African museums should be on your bucket list, check out why

South Africa is known for its ethnic culture, rich diversity and inspiring history. As a country that has lived through the apartheid era, where their inhabitants fought and died in the cause of establishing a democratic country, South Africa hosts some of the most cutting-edge cultural touchstones in its museums. This International Museum Day let us take you for a… Read more →

Vivid Sydney: A ‘global’ fest for lights, art and music

Lights, art, music, and ideas, Vivid Sydney is back again with its 11th edition! Light installations are beginning to be installed throughout the Harbour City in preparation for the upcoming launch of Vivid Sydney, the largest festival of light, music and ideas in the Southern Hemisphere. With just two weeks until Lights On – Friday 24 May – artists and event staff are… Read more →

Treat yourself to a trip to Azerbaijan

Solo female holidays are on the rise in Azerbaijan owing to its cosmopolitan culture and great connectivity across the country. More importantly, Azerbaijani people are known for their warmth and hospitality; from hotel staff going above and beyond to help you locate excursions to sharing a hot meal to swap stories. If you are looking to be pampered and explore… Read more →

Cypriot cuisine from the land of love and beauty

By Nivi Shrivastava The Republic of Cyprus is a beautiful island country located in the Eastern Mediterranean and is surrounded by countries like Turkey, Syria, Lebanon, Israel, and Egypt, which influence the delish food and culture of this popular tourist destination. Recently, we were invited by the High Commissioner with the Republic of Cyprus to experience the delish Cypriot cuisine… Read more →

Away from the white noise of the city, a getaway in rural realms

By Nivi Shrivastava With the expansion of urban India, there are a very few pockets of rural India that still maintain the traditional lifestyle. Recently, we visited a quaint man-made heritage village explored the typical nuances of rustic countryside curated under a common roof called Surajgarh Gurugram. The ‘urban village’ promotes the concept of rural adventures and folk entertainment in… Read more →