How I Won A Trip To Austria

Miracles do happen that too in the time of the pandemic. Last month, on the occasion of the Austrian National Day, the Austrian Embassy in New Delhi conducted a mega quiz competition. And somehow I came across the competition on the Facebook page of the Austrian Tourism Department.

After few days I received a call from the Embassy that I have won the mega contest. As expected, I was on cloud nine. 🙂 It was really a big moment for me. I was completely gobsmacked when I heard the news. I just hope I will be able to explore Austria next year. Wish me good luck. Luck matters !

In the past, I too have won a couple of travel competitions. One memorable trip to Malaysia and a luxury getaway in Shimla.

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Streets Of Mandalay

I am posting here few more images of Mandalay, where I spent four beautiful days. In my previous posts, I have already shared how you can enjoy this pretty city, which is full of vibrant pagodas. Just scroll down and search “Myanmar” on the site and you can find a lot of articles and photo essays.

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Win A Trip To Korea

Hello guys !

I am back with a fantastic travel giveaway exclusively for Indian citizens.

You can win a lots of prizes, including a free trip to Korea, courtesy the Embassy of the Republic of Korea in New Delhi.

Just submit photographs/videos related to K-Culture, K-Travel, K-Food, Taekowondo, Korean friends, K-Pop, Korean Language, etc.

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My Precious Moments In Langkawi

Visit to Langkawi is incomplete without a trip to the famous Sky Bridge. This was exactly what I felt when I reached there. Situated at 660 metres above sea level at the peak of Gunung Mat Cincang on Pulau Langkawi, this spectacular bridge, surrounded by vast and thick forests, is 125 metres long, and 1.8 metres wide.
Visitors first have to take the Langkawi Cable Car to the top station and then they are required to use an inclined lift called SkyGlide to reach the bridge.
It is believed that around USD 1.2 million was spent on the construction of the mega structure, which is suspended by eight cables from an 81.5m high single pylon. I spent around two hours there due to
Me and my friend hired a taxi from our hostel to reach this place, using Malaysia’s popular taxi sharing app Grab.

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