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Tanu Anand

Lives in London, UK

  • Peru

    Having recently been to Peru and fallen in love with Lima, Cusco, the Sacred Valley and Machu Picchu, I can safely say i have some interesting travel tips up my sleeve.
  • Thailand

    I have visited Thailand couple of times and love its perfect beaches and culture, not to forget the mouth-watering food. Water sports, long walks,beach-bumming, done it all. I have planned romantic getaways for two individuals to Thailand.
  • Singapore

    I consider Singapore my second home. Been here on a holiday twice and spent over 10 days exploring every nook and corner of the city. From relatively unknown things to do to the usual hotspots - I have done it all.
  • United Kingdom (UK)

    Having moved here 3 years ago, I have had a flavour of its beautiful landscapes and its varied coasts.
  • France

    My favourite country in the world, I have been to Paris and South of France twice. Its cobbled streets, cathedrals and amazing architecture, not to forget sipping on wine at sunset, France never fails to amaze me.
  • Rajasthan, Delhi, Agra

    If you are looking for an exciting, scene-changing Road Trip in India... look no further than this triangle. The contrasting landscapes of Rajasthan, the vibrancy of Delhi and the Taj Mahal of Agra - it will blow your mind away
  • South India

    Having lived in Bangalore for 6 years, I consider myself a travel guru of the Weekend getaways around Bangalore. Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh have some of the best, some unknown travel destinations that one can cover over a weekend.
  • Amsterdam

    The city of canals and bridges, Amsterdam stole my heart in the 4 days I spent there. Sitting by the canals, gazing at houseboats and gorging on delicious food is ideal life. Add to that, a thriving pub culture and happy, friendly people and you have the perfect city break!
  • Istanbul

    A cultural melting pot, Istanbul's bazaars, cobbled winding streets and mosques are everyone's cup of tea. Architecture lovers to bargain hunters to food lovers - there is something for everyone in Istanbul.
Great advice and in-depth detail - By Anonymous - See this trip
         
Tanu saved me a ton of research and helped me choose the right destination for our holiday. She paid great attention to every requirement and sent me very detailed plans for both place (Bangkok and Krabi). I'm really excited about my trip now.

Itinerary: 5 Days Family trip to Thailand

I'm going to Thailand for around 5 days in a group of 4 travellers - my husband and 2 kids. I'm going from Bangalore. I'm looking forward to relaxing, beaches, great vegetarian Thai food, fun for kids (ages 7 and 3), and lots of snorkeling. Some bargain shopping in Bangkok would also be good. I would like to avoid too much sightseeing, package tour crowds, crowded places. Also note that I haven't decided when to go - I'd like to go sometime in early 2014, but not sure if its a good time. Not too fixated on budget but don't want to splurge too much.

Solo Female Trip to Singapore

Hi! i'm planning for 5-6 days trip in June'14 around 6th to Singapore and would also like to include 2 nights of cruise. I'm planning on going by myself and am interested in exploring the place and having some calm fun time. Not a lot of shopping, just a little. This will be my 1st trip by myself. So yes i'm a little bit on budget but would like to stay at good places and safe ones too. I'm a Vegetarian and enjoy my food. Looking for fun, relaxing and exploring time by myself. Wanna come back with loads of memories to last me till my next trip.

Adventurous Honeymoon in Thailand

Hi there!


 


My husband and I just got married and we are looking to plan our honeymoon for early June 2016. We want to to Thailand! We are in our early 30's and live on the beach in Florida, USA. We are thinking 4 nights in Bangkok, 4 nights in Chiang Mai, and end our trip with 4 nights on the beach in Koh Samui. 


 


We would love an adventurous trip. I've heard about the elephant excursion in the Chiang Mai area, but don't know how to book it. Also, we would like to do some typcial touristy stuff, of course, but we would really like some cool off the beaten path type of fun. We don't need to stay in super fancy hotels. We aren't sure of what areas to stay in and how to find these "cool" hotels. Doing a half day cooking class would also be amazing,as my husband is a chef! Besides our flight from Florida-Thailand, we would like to spend about $1000-$1200 per person for the entire 12 days. Would love for taht to include all internal flights, hotels, and some excursions. 


 


We aren't sure which things we NEED to check out in Bangkok, and which ones we can pass on, since we don't have a ton of time. We also have to make sure we get to a market or something, as I am a jewelry designer and I can't wait to shop! We also love to dive/snorkel and are big beach bums. Remember, the more fun and exciting, the better. 


 


Thank you!


 


Lindsay Ann

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