Top 5 Cafes to Visit in Barcelona

I'm a coffeeholic. My morning doesn't start after a cup of cafe con leche or americano. I'm also a super fan for independent cafes. Whether it's vintage, hipster, or Nordic style, any places with unique decor and good coffee are on my list. And Barcelona offers exactly what I need. The top 5 cafes I'll … Continue reading Top 5 Cafes to Visit in Barcelona

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Into The World Of Spices — Must-try Dishes When You Visit India

India is one of the most exotic countries in the world and I’m proud to say I am a huge fan of Indian food. In my opinion, I think each Indian dish represents an independent and delicate culinary work. The distinctive aromatic flavour and the exuberant combination of spices are just as fascinating as the … Continue reading Into The World Of Spices — Must-try Dishes When You Visit India

The Emergence of Creative Tourism: Yunlin, Taiwan

The concept ''Creative Tourism'' first appeared in 2000 by Richards and Raymond (2000) who participated in the EUROTEX project, which was aimed to drive craft production through tourism. UNESCO later (2006) defined Creative Tourism as "travel directed toward an engaged and authentic experience, with participative learning in the arts, heritage, or special character of a … Continue reading The Emergence of Creative Tourism: Yunlin, Taiwan

The Path Less Traveled In Thailand: Unveiling Ratchaburi

Bangkok, Phuket, Koh Samui and Chiang Mai have always been the top choices for travelers visiting Thailand. However, I will be introducing an off-the-beaten province, Ratchaburi. Ratchaburi is located 80 kilometres west of Bangkok, and overlooks its neighbour, Myanmar (Burma). When visiting this area it is going back to nature with stunning mountain ranges, magnificent … Continue reading The Path Less Traveled In Thailand: Unveiling Ratchaburi