Gulshan Bafna is the visionary COO of Vinayak Group. In a parallel life, where he is away from the negotiating table, he is a pure traveller seeking unseen and unknown experiences, a true lover of world cultures, languages, souls, food, oceans, with interest in the wild and urban alike.
When I first heard about Malaysia in my much younger age, I knew was as a place that is equipped with spectacular Islands, beaches, some awesome dive sports, delicious food, irresistible shopping malls, decent culture, harmonious people and basically a land of variety and diversity. That’s when I added this heavenly destination to my To-Visit places in the world.Last year on my trip to South East Asia I decided to save two days for this fascinating country and to experience the fusion of what I have heard earlier. Although Penang supposes to be the best destination in Malaysia, I wanted some peaceful yet adventurous experience during the stay, so Langkawi was all I required to explore. I took a flight from Mumbai to Penang and then a ferry from Penang which landed me on Langkawi in less than 3 hours. I remember being pleasantly surprised upon reaching Langkawi that left me speechless and mesmerized.
Beyond doubts sun and surf are the most sought after choice when selecting a romantic holiday destination. Southeast Asia is now the most popular pick for newlywed couple hunting for best honeymoon place. Because of its summery season all year around, gorgeous beaches, tropical gateway, natural beauty, welcoming culture, and great resorts, Malaysia has become the most preferred holiday spot for couples. Although there are various places you can explore in Malaysia, Langkawi can offer the most relaxing and romantic vacation you ever wanted!
Being Portugal a small country, many of us have a myth that it cannot entertain visitors and traveler. Although it is a least-tourist spot in Western Europe, if you love vibrant culture, great architecture, peaceful beaches, natural beauty and sense of romance then you will be allured by the charm and varied experience Portugal offers. Lisbon is the capital city of Portugal, but Porto country’s second largest city situated in the Rio Douro (River of Gold) region is the most attractive and worth visiting. By landing down to the World Heritage City, Porto you can explore the most unconventional features of Portugal. Here are some interesting facts about Porto that will entice you to settle on Porto for your next travel!