Raphael Di Biase takes us on a journey through South India and Sri Lanka with this chilled-out video of his travels in the south of South Asia. Travelling by train and cruising through the backwaters of Kerala, the video includes elephants, lush greenery, and a spot of surfing as well.
How does one fit 3 years’ worth of footage and over 6 thousand photos into a 4-minute video? Kien Lam has traveled across 15 countries and shares his experiences through this wonderfully-produced time lapse. From the streets of London to the festivals of India, from the beaches of Mexico to Sydney’s busy streets, Lam has […]
That Jam’s video of India is a simple and direct representation of what it’s like to travel to India. Although it only features a man walking and biking around the sub-continent, it is nonetheless one of the best ways to virtually experience the culture of one of the most amazing countries in the world. The […]
The beach at Mamallapuram (Mahabalipuram), India, with the Shore Temple in the background. [Photo by James Clark at nomadicnotes.com.]
The Jal Mahal (Water Palace) in Jaipur, India. [Photo by James Clark at nomadicnotes.com.]
YouTube: British Airways India – A Ticket to Visit Mum. British Airways have released a video which tells a short story over selling a destination or aircraft feature. Be warned though, it is a tear jerker. Sure, it is manipulative, but then again this is a story that is playing out across the world countless […]
Taj Mahal and the Taj Mahal mosque, Agra – India. [Photo by James Clark at nomadicnotes.com.]
Humayuns Tomb is the tomb of the Mughal Emperor Humayun. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, one of the three that can be found in Delhi. [Photo by James Clark at nomadicnotes.com.]
Following up on A taste of Vietnam, The Perennial Plate have another great travel video, A Day in India, with lots of mouth watering food footage as well.
Hawa Mahal (Palace of Winds) in Jaipur, Rajasthan. The city is known as the Pink City for its many buildings made from pink and red sandstone. [Photo by James Clark at nomadicnotes.com.]