Tags : lifestyle

Mauritius | Life in Mauritius

Life in Mauritius has much to offer for expats and their families, with good schools, high standards of real estate, and a vast choice of leisure activities, ranging from numerous water sports and horseback riding to rugby and golf. Read More

Cairo | Lifestyle on the sands

While Egypt’s rolling desert landscape and iconic ancient pyramids are on many a travel bucket list, the country isn’t most obvious choice for people looking to relocate. In reality, though Egypt has just that much to offer expats as it has got for tourists.Read More

Kanyakumari | The Religious Magnitude

Kanyakumari is famous for being the southernmost point of India. It is a well-known tourist destination. This place has an extension of natural resources and carries great historical and religious magnitude.Read More

Agra | Culture & Lifestyle

Agra is one of the most popular historic cities of India. Its importance is reflected through the rich history and centuries-old monuments build in the city.Read More

London | A truly multi-cultural place

Living in the capital city of the UK is something that many people aspire to do, and life in London seldom fails to live up to expectations. The area of London, according to Wikipedia, covers an impressive 1570km.Read More

Maldives | The Dravidian influences

Being an island nation, Maldives' culture is based on the island lifestyle and revolves around the sea. The culture of Maldives is influenced by the cultures of the Indians, Africans, Arabs and the Sri Lankans.Read More

Bali | City’s own way of living

Bali is the most famous Indonesian island in the country. The island is filled with beautiful sceneries of rice paddies and beaches. There are also many Buddhist Temple in Bali Indonesia. Although Bali is known for its tourists status, the Balinese are actually more conservative.Read More