Author: Akshay Negi

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घूम तो आये पूरा भारत हम लेकिन दिल को प्यार का भुखार राजस्थान के उदयपुर में ही चढ़ा.. This is what you are going to utter when you explore the best places to visit in Udaipur. It is India’s most romantic city and has earned the title of the “Venice of the East” and no doubt why Udaipur truly owns this name. If you want to get the European feel in India at the lakeside paradise of Rajasthan, start your exploration with the old part of the city, which is wrapped around the crystal clear Pichola Lake. Continue towards winding…

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Just watching the sun go down over the sea is simply a breathtaking experience to cherish at the beaches of Goa. Do we need to say that Goa is one of the most Instagrammable beach destinations in the world? It is a brainer why it is so! It has miles of the golden stretch of shoreline that includes some of the most popular beaches in India like Palolem Beach – famous for its silent noise parties, Anjuna Beach – famous for its laid-back hippies lifestyle. And the list can go on and on… The sunshine state of India has beaches…

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Located in the Uttar Pradesh state, Varanasi is synonymous with the tagline of religious capital of India,’ and it is not a brainer why it is so! If there comes the topic of the oldest cities in the world, Varanasi will engrave its name in the list. Attending evening Aarti in Varanasi ghats is one of the best things to do in Varanasi for tourists. Dozens of ghats are flanked around the holy Ganges flowing through Varanasi, where Hindu tourists take sacred baths. Apart from the fact that Varanasi is the spiritual facet of India, this city in Uttar Pradesh…

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Also known as Melaka, it is one of the oldest cities of Malaysia. With having tons and tons of history attached to the city, it is also one of the most visited places by people who like going to such places to study their culture and tradition. It is a famous tourist spot and one can get to know all about its history and culture from the architecture and buildings. So let’s take a look at the top things you can do in Malacca. Jonker Street Night Market – Hub of food & goods Being the main Chinatown Street, this…

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The capital of independent India – Delhi, is where the real rich brags live! The whole of India gets operated from here because Delhi is home to the popular political leader Narendra Modi and his cabinet ministers. This is something you should know about the “Saddi Delhi” as tourists if the safety and security factors are your concern. However, Delhi welcomes tourists with warm gestures and this you will observe when you set your foot in its finest attractions. What Delhi is All About? Romance, family, and daily struggles – Delhi revolves around only these elements in reality for Delhizens.…

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Singapore is a budget-friendly, safe environment for couples from all over the world. The people are extremely friendly, disciplined and welcoming. They speak English, and it would be impossible to get lost. It is a country of romantics. You can marvel at the beautiful sights while holding the hand of your lover. Whether it is on top of the sky restaurant or enjoying water sports in the sea, you are always with your loved one. Charming, colorful, vibrant, and futuristic are a few adjectives to describe the charm of Singapore. It is the greenest city in Asia, but most important,…

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Although the whole of Rajasthan can leave you spellbound, the city of lakes founded by Maharaja Udai Singh II in 1568 has a special charm. Of course, we are talking about Udaipur, which has Aravali Mountains as the highlights. Explore Udaipur in Rajasthan, where your heart will lie. Udaipur is such a shimmering gem in the heart of Rajasthan that Rudyard Kipling coined the phrase “Venice of the East.” The city is divided into two parts, and its old part is tightly wrapped around the highlight of Udaipur tourism, Lake Pichola. You can explore the winding streets dotted with Mediterranean-style…

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The blue pearl in the heart of Rajasthan, Jodhpur, is one of the most celebrated destinations amongst international travelers. This city in Rajasthan is known for its majestic Mehrangarh Fort dating back to the 15th century. But that is not it’s only introduction. Jodhpur was historically the capital of Mewar Kingdom, and therefore, history-loving tourists can resonate that there is no dearth of historical places and cultural attractions in Jodhpur. So if you are planning to tie a knot in Rajasthan, make sure you make the lavish Umaid Bhawan Palace your wedding playground or royal honeymoon experience for at least…

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Set in the vast expanse of the Thar Desert, Jodhpur is about royalty and opulence. Once a princely state capital, ‘The Blue City is now a famous tourist destination. A romantic getaway, a rejuvenating trip or a family sojourn, Jodhpur serves them all. It also bagged a place in New York Times ‘52 Best Places to Visit 2020’. So, come and explore the majestic ways, colorful culture, and simplicity of the people here. Usually, people are of a mindset that it is just a heritage place with nothing much to do. But let’s walk around this beautiful place and find…

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The Golden Trance of India Jaisalmer in Rajasthan is worth ditching the Sahara Desert. Imagine camping over the rich golden sands in India’s most authentic desert dune site. You, with your near or dear ones, have a cultural dose at the Annual Desert Festival at Sam Dunes from the month of October to December annually. You are waking up with the views of the soft brown sand dunes and golden sunset after your previous night under the star-studded sky. If you have never indulged in such sort of experiences, what have you been waiting for? Jaisalmer in Rajasthan is one…

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