Rajiv Bajaj is a Tourism & Travel Industry professional based in New Delhi. He is in the travel profession because of his love for travel. He has spent more than two decades in the airline industry between 1986 to 2007 and is currently self-employed as a Tourism Marketing professional. A wanderer by nature, Rajiv loves to write about travel and is among the top contributors on TripAdvisor as well. He also writes for several other travel blogs and websites.

Shopping In Hong Kong – A Two-Day Plan

Shopping in Hong Kong

Let’s face it – we Indians love to shop. And when it comes to shopping abroad, Hong Kong figures prominently in the list of most popular shopping destinations. I must admit that it is a personal favourite too – almost like a second home, as my work takes me there… Continue reading

Sariska Tiger Reserve – #RajasthanDiaries Part 2

Sariska Tiger Reserve

Sariska – The Tiger Safari That Wasn’t ! After the hectic day we had yesterday, getting up in the morning was quite a task in itself. Nevertheless, the day found all of us rising early and we met for breakfast in the hotel’s restaurant at about 0800. As our safari… Continue reading

Alwar, Anyone ? Well, Why Not ! – #RajasthanDiaries Part 1

City Palace Alwar

The four musketeers, i.e., Sanjay and his better half, Laveena, my better half, Rani & myself, were itching to go on a road trip again. We had started the year right, with a trip to Paonta Sahib and Chandigarh, but almost three months had passed by, and restlessness had begun… Continue reading

A Haunted Fort, Or Just Plain Monkey Business ?

Haunted Fort Bhangarh

An Impromptu Trip To Haunted Fort Bhangarh Every once in a while, the four musketeers – my friend Sanjay and his better half Laveena, my own better half Rani, and myself – get bitten by the travel bug. We are impulsive travellers and plan our trips at the drop of… Continue reading

A Date With Ngong Ping & The Big Buddha

Ngong Ping

Hong Kong: Ngong Ping 360 & The Big Buddha When speaking of Hong Kong, what immediately comes to mind is the fantastic skyline around the Victoria Harbour, with its brightly coloured buildings and neon signs. The next thing to come to mind is the wonderful shopping that the city has… Continue reading