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Bhuj clock tower

10 things to do in Bhuj

Bhuj is a city in the state of Gujarat, western India. It’s known for its centuries-old buildings, many of which were damaged in the 2001 earthquake. Bhuj is the gateway to the Kutch region of Gujarat. It’s one of the biggest districts of the state. It has plenty to offer. 1. Bhuj City This small but...
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9 Days Spiti Valley Backpacker Road Trip

With the zeal to discover new places on the rise and the ever reducing leave situation for young cooperates who want to explore but can never get more than a week away from the desk job, we at tlow have come up with a nine day backpacker road trip around Spiti Valley which covers everything in a...
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Centuries old ruins that inspire happiness: Sukhothai, Thailand

Sukhothai is a small historical city in Lower Northern Thailand. It is the capital of the province of the same name. It is well known for the ruins of the ancient city of Sukhothai. The name literally translates as “the dawn of happiness”. This ancient city is located on the lower edge of the North Thailand...
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20 Fun things to experience in Kutch region

The region of Kutch is one of the most amazing places that one can explore as it has the impression of being a distinctive land. It is a region that differs in celebrating prosperity on an exceptional parameter. Divided into two sub-regions, Great Rann of Kutch and Little Rann of Kutch; this fine-looking destination can be...
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Yao village

The Thai tribe famous for their sense of style: Yao Tribe, Chiang Rai

Originally from southern China, the Yao Tribe is originally named Mien, but commonly referred to as Yao in Thailand. From the 1800s to the early 19th century, the Yao tribe started migrating into Thailand from Laos during the Vietnam conflict.  The tribe today have settled in the northern region of Thailand and have been given refugee...
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Kutch home stay 2019

10 experiences at our Kutch Homestay

Staying in a homestay is an experience in itself. It’s very different from staying in the usual hotels, hostels etc. It gives you a homely feeling away from home. You can have a similar experience in one of our village homestay at Hodka village in Kutch. Family Homestay: Staying with a family away from your home...
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Camping at Bhandardara

Bhandardara at its best

One of our campers shares their experience from our camp as they highlight some of the main fun points of the overnight Bhandardara camping trip Bhandardara The joyride: Moving around in a local jeep with mountains around always give you chills. No cartage, no passage. You just move and move and move. Brunch: Wait, I know...
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Happy Hippie mountain town : Pai, Thailand

Pai is a small mountain town nestled between Mae Hong Son and Chiang Mai in Northern Thailand. The town is tucked deep in a valley, surrounded by walls of endless mountains. Here, nature is your best friend and, perhaps, chilling out while doing close to nothing is going to be your second best friend. The town...
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Backpackers blueprint around South Goa in 3 days

Introducing our three-day budget backpacker biking trip around the lesser-known beaches of South Goa.  Away from the party life of the north, we will be riding in search of much-needed peace. Goa Trip Cost: Rs 4,500 + 5% GST = Rs 4,725/-  Inclusions: All travel starts and ends at KTC bus stand Madgaon, South Goa. Accommodation. (3...
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10 must eat street foods in Bhuj, Gujarat

Gujarat has always been known for taking its food seriously and this is partly the reason why tourists flock to this state. The city of Bhuj is no exception! Local Gujaratis in Bhuj prefer having vegetarian food as overall Gujarat tends to have an inclination for vegan food. Table of ContentsBhuj Dabeli:Poha:Sev Khaman:Moong Bhajiya:Jalebi:Faafda:Butter Vada Pav:Samosas:Puri...
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Chiang Mai Moanstery

Gateway to the mountains: Chiang Mai, Thailand

Chiang Mai is the gateway to the mountains in northern Thailand and is situated at an altitude of around 316 m (1037 feet) above sea-level. It is surrounded by lush greenery and tropical mountains from all sides.   To reach the city of Chiang Mai, travellers have multiple options from taking a flight straight into Chiang...
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12 places to have street food in Mumbai

A heaven for foodies is the many street food joints across the city of Mumbai. Here are some of the famous eateries and what one can eat there. Kirti Collge vada pav: It will not be wrong if it is said that vada pav is the essence of Mumbai. Whenever we think of Mumbai, we definitely...
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8 Days Spiti Valley Backpacker Road Trip

Spiti Valley | With the zeal to discover new places on the rise and the ever reducing leave situation for young cooperates who want to explore but can never get more than a week away from the desk job, we at tlow have come up with a eight day backpacker road trip around Spiti Valley which covers...
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Akha tribe Thailand

The hill tribe with Chinese roots: Akha tribe, Chiang Rai

The Akha are an ethnic hill tribe indigenous to China and Tibet, Myanmar, Vietnam, Laos. The Akha tribe originated in Yannan province in southern China in the early 1900s. Over several centuries many Akha have been migrating southward from their original home. The conflict in Myanmar brought many Akha to Thailand, where they make up the...
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Karen long neck tribe

Karen Long Neck Tribals: Kayan People, Chiang Rai

Visiting one of the numerous Karen Long Neck villages in Northern Thailand is one of the most exotic experiences on the planet.  The mystery and beauty that surrounds the tradition of using brass rings for exaggerated jewellery is something better seen in person than in a magazine. The Kayan are a subgroup of the Red Karen...
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Ramdom lake in Tawang

10 Fun things to do in Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh

The far eastern part of India is bordered by Tibet and Bhutan, Tawang is home to the second oldest monastery in the world.  Here are things of things to do while in this area. Table of Contents1. Tawang Homestay2. Monastery3. Buddha statue4. The beautiful game5. Tibetan food6. Roadside bonfire7. Postcards8. Cycle9. Shopping10. Stay a few days...
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10 must see heritage buildings in Mumbai

As much as it is a city buzzing with modernism, Mumbai is also an old city with a number of buildings and structures that bear testimony to the golden past. Here are ten must-see buildings in the financial capital of India. The Taj Mahal Palace Hotel: The Taj Mahal Palace hotel is one of the world’s...
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Sri Lanka backpacking

10 Backpacking Must Haves

Whether for business or pleasure, travel can be fun, energizing, and exciting – or exhausting, frustrating, and boring. You can control – or at least minimize – many of the inevitable inconveniences with some advance preparation and the right equipment. These are the 10 backpacking essentials while travelling across India and the world on a shoe-string...
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Chiang Rai

The Underrated mountain region: Chiang Rai, Thailand

Chiang Rai is a small sleepy laid back town in northern Thailand which is bordered by Myanmar (Burma) and Laos. It is also the headquarters of the Northern most province of the country.  Chiang Rai was once the glorious capital city during the reign of King Mangrai, in 1262 CE. Today, Chiang Rai is home to...
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Bhandardara camping 2017

TLOW Discover Bhandardara camping blueprint

Reporting time at Ghatkopar station – 10.20 hrs Reach platform No – 3 and board the first two bogies towards Kasara or the last two towards CSMT. Train to Kasara – 10.40 hrs (Tickets will be purchased by TLOW team) Reaching Kasara – 13 hrs Hop on to a jeep from Kasara railway station to Bhandardara...
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Yolo Kasol group talk

Camping Dos and Don’ts

Camping is a great way to bond with friends, experience nature at its fullest and at the same time enjoy a mini-vacation with an overnight stay away from the routine drudgery. Here are some must-do and don’ts of camping. Table of ContentsDo’s Camping Gear Manage your waste Expand your food imagination Learn the art of lighting...
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10 things to have in your medical kit

As an experienced traveller or health professional will tell you, things can and occasionally do go wrong on any trip, and taking a well-stocked kit with you is always advised. A first aid kit is an essential piece of equipment on any gap year or backpacking adventure, but most travellers aren’t sure exactly what they need...
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Bangkok streets

Fun Backpacker capital: Khao San Road in Bangkok, Thailand

Khao San Road is the backpacker capital of South East Asia. It is a small one kilometre U shaped road located about a block from the Chao Phraya River at the northern side of Rattanakosin in the heart of Bangkok, Thailand. It is historically the epicentre of tourist which has developed in the Banglamphu district. Originally...
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Camping at Dawki

Essentials to carry while backpacking around North East India

Here is a checklist of things to have while backpacking to the North Eastern region of India for six to 15 days Documents: Valid ID proof with address’s (10 Copies) (No Pan Card) Five passport size photographs Travelling gear: A rucksack of minimum 50-60L capacity. (Mandatory) A daypack of minimum 10-20L capacity (laptop bag) to move...
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TLOW diary | Week 12 – Ladakh

The place where beautiful mountains never cease to exist. It left me awestruck, the first time I laid my eyes on those mesmerising snow-capped hills. It made sense to me to choose ‘The land of wanderlust’ to embark my journey to Ladakh because it wasn’t just a tick-off the bucket list thing for me, it was...
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Food stalls in Bangkok

Longest and most vibrant floating market: Damnoen Saduak, Thailand

Damnoen Saduak is the most popular tourist floating market in Thailand. It is located at a distance of around 100km from the capital city of Bangkok. It is a great place to get an insight into the canal way of life in the country.   To reach Damnoen Saduak, backpackers have an option of taking either, the...
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Hemis monastery Ladakh

TLOW diary | Week 11 – Leh-Ladakh

Like every “Travel-Head”, Ladakh was on my list as well since a really long time. I realised that if I wanted to visit this place, then my job cannot be an excuse. So, within a day, I made up my mind, and called Sherwin to reserve a place for me. There were absolutely no sound thoughts...
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Happy People Out There: Dolma, Ladakhi nomad

 A visit to Lady Dolma, While returning back from Pangong Tso my good friend and Ladakh head, Lhawang stopped our vehicle near Tso Lak around 25km from our home stay in the village of Tangtse. Lhawang told me he had a special person I should meet. An old nomadic lady named Dolma, who lives in a...
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Bangkok streets

Where Buddhism meets modern day lifestyle: Bangkok, Thailand

Bangkok is the capital of Thailand and is one of Asia’s most cosmopolitan cities. It has magnificent Buddhist temples, palaces, ancient water canals, bustling markets, amazing street food and a vibrant nightlife that has something to offer for everyone. Bangkok is also one of the most sort after backpacking destinations in the world.  The city has...
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TLOW diary | Week 10 – Kasol- Manikaran-Tosh-Pulga-Chalal

After so many months of overworking, frustration and stress, I really needed a break and planned to travel solo. That’s when I came across this trip on the TLOW Facebook page and thought it was just perfect. (Especially the cost ha-ha) I reached Delhi two days before the reporting time to explore the city. Then I...
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