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Tasmania is small but its natural setting  offers great diversity. From rugged coastlines and glacial mountains to wild rivers and rolling hills. Sandip Hor is awestruck   more
Khairabera Eco Adventure Resorts: Whispers of the Quaint Hills

Barely 67 km from Kolkata on the fringes of Bagmundi forest in Purulia district, the Khairabera Eco Adventure Resorts is an invitation to tranquility in the lap of unspoilt nature, finds ...

Dawki river along Indo-Bangladesh border in Meghalaya is a magnet for tourists

Dawki river, which is a riverine border between India and Bangladesh, provides a unique experience of boating to the tourists visiting Meghalaya in India.

Top 10 Florida Boat Tours & Cruises

There's no shortage of waterways to explore and boat tours in Florida to enjoy.

Eight reasons why you should visit Scotland

Content executive at VisitScotland, Amy Robertson in her blog lists eight reasons why you should pack your bag and head towards Scotland.

Uluru: Return to the Rock

“Never mind how many times it has appeared in movies or on postcards: the great red monolith of Uluru (Ayers Rock) still stirs those who visit it”, writes celebrated American author Patr ...

While researching online for this minimalistically chic hotel of Paris, I learnt that Hotel Meridien Etoile (Le Méridien Etoile) was opened way back in 1972 in a collaboration with Air France so that the French capital could accommodate rising number of tourists pouring into the city from all over the world. 


On a spring Paris evening this year after exploring the city of love and romance for hours on foot, I had crashed in the "Heavenly" bed of a Junior Suite in this beautiful hotel in the French capital's first arrondissement, when my photographer friend accompanying me drew open the curtains of the tall windows.