As time winds down before you head to Sri Lanka on holiday, undoubtedly your web searches for “Sri Lanka beaches” and “Sri Lanka landmarks” will go up. It’s easy to daydream about the fun you’ll have once you get there, but sometimes it’s hard to get a sense of a country or culture before you arrive. One of the best ways to jump-start your immersion into a country is to read novels or books about the place.

Surf ‘n’ Turf isn’t just a popular meal that you might enjoy in Arugam Bay. The main draw of Arugam Bay in Sri Lanka is and has been surfing for a long time. In fact, it has been deemed the 5th best place in the world to go surfing. You don’t need a special suit or license to jump in the water, you can just come to Arugam, throw a towel down and get surfing. The beach at Arugam is perfect for beginners and experts alike. After a long day of surfing and swimming and sunning, you’re sure to work up an appetite. Back on dry land, use Cover-More’s guide to local restaurants for good food that will get you back in the water in no time.

Nepal doesn't officially require any immunisations for entry into the country, but the further off the beaten track you go, the more necessary it is to take precautions. Travellers who have come from an area infected with yellow fever are required to be vaccinated

Float on Phewa Lake After a long and mighty trek up the Himalayas, you'll probably be in need of a well-deserved rest. Look no further than the cool and calm waters of Phewa Tal Lake in Pokhara.

From jungles to skyscrapers, this island – once called the finest of its size by Marco Polo – boasts a variety of diverse destinations sure to keep tenacious tourists on their toes. Whether you’ve already booked your flight to Colombo or are simply coming down with a case of wanderlust, here are the dos and don’ts of a Sri Lankan getaway.

With over 7,000 beautiful islands in the Philippine Archipelago, it can be hard to decide which might be the best to visit for premium relaxation.

New Delhi is a historical city that is home to some of the finest traditional Indian food. India has a variety of traditional tastes to offer and their capital of New Delhi fully embraces that authenticity. Here is our list of the 11 top traditional New Delhi restaurants for a taste of customary local cuisine.

Food in Thailand reflects the culture of the country: warm, generous and inviting. In fact, meals often become a social occasion in itself, a reason to celebrate. Depending on the part of country you are visiting, you will find different specialties according to the available ingredients and local tastes. 

Visiting this marble mausoleum known as the 'crown of palaces' is sure to be the highlight of any Indian adventure. But to your pilgrimage to the Taj perfect, take a look at our list of top travel hacks for visiting this monument.

If the fearsome border doesn’t scare you away, the Korean Peninsula has many dazzling sights to offer. Ancient meets modern in South Korea’s capital city. See where you should plan to go on your next South Korean holiday.

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