Rohit started first travelling into Asia in mid 2003 , his first stop in Asia was the Lion City of Singapore. As a matter of fact this trip was a result of his outstanding perfomance in a short duration with his first company in Dubai - Oceanic , he was given this trip as an incentive trip by Oceanic to enhance his knowdlege in the Card Printing field to attend the renowned exhibition Cards Asia being held in Suntec City, Singapore from 23rd to 25th July 2003.


Rohit has had some great memories of his first stop right from the times spent at the Cards Asia Trade Show, to his stay at the Le Meredien Hotel in Orchard Road, to his escapeds to Little India sampling indian food in Singapore to spending time in the infamous Mustufa Hotel and Shopping Center  to the Night Safari to the Jurong Bird Park and many more experiences of the truly specatacular Red Dot in the south of the southern most tip of the continental Asia. 

It was during this trip when Rohit had a weekend spare and being the explorer he is he took a spur of the moment desicion to take a trip to Siam (Thailand) the center of Indochinese peninsula in SouthEast Asia. From his first ever trip to Amazing Thailand Rohit felt very free and feel in love with Thailand , since then Rohit has travelled over 20 times  to Thailand almost every year with the exception of 2004 & 2008 due to work and other commitments where he was not able to travel to Thailand. Rohit has explored Bangkok City, Pattaya , HuaHin the royal beach resort city of Thailand. Rohits escapades to Thailand and his experiences are unmesaurable we know that his fans would love to know more about his journeys to Amazing Thailand so we are working on a dedicated indepth section to cover this  slurty southern destination, stay tuned.

Apart from Thailand Rohit has also had the opportunity to travel into other parts of South East Asia as well as Indian Subcontinent and Soth Pacific to include Malaysia - Kualalumpur & Kotakinabalu , Nepal and Australia - Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane & Gold Coast.

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