Nishi Jain

Nishi Jain

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    Need idea to have romantic dinner in kuta / legian / seminyak bali. With budget 300-400k. Thx before

    Jimbaran beach has lots of dining options right on the beach itself. Go to Jimbaran Bay. It's pretty romantic with the waves caressing your feet. Kafe Warisan is also a good place to have a nice quiet dinner. Kudeta - easy on the pocket. You can even dance here. For good restaurants in Bali, see here: http://bit.ly/19wKZXW over 6 years ago

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    What cities should I travel to in Thailand?

    Besides Bangkok, there's Phuket, islands like Koh Samui, Phi Phi (though you can tour Phi Phi on a day trip from Koh Samui too) and Pattaya. In Bangkok, the area central for most tourist attractions would be Sukhumvit. Being near to most attractions, it has a lot of hotels and is well connected by train to the rest of the city. If you have a week, you should visit Koh Samui (2 nights) and Phuket (2 nights) after doing Bangkok in 2 days. This might help in planning a sensible itinerary: http://bit.ly/TybcyR about 6 years ago

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    which is the best place to travel for 2-3 days near banglore except coorg, mysore or goa ?

    Yeah, regarding these 3 places, everybody who's visited Bangalore has been there done that. Here are your options: Chikmagalur - A 5-hr drive from B'glore, it's a beautiful hill station. Small and pretty. Hampi - at a 7-hr distance, its rock-cut temples are worth the time Pondicherry - Will take you about 5 hours to reach Kozhikode in Kerala is a 7-hr drive and is a good place to experience the backwater beauty of the state. Mahabalipuram in Tamil Nadu Thekaddy in Kerala - Very pretty. Around 10 hrs from B'glore. Club it with Munnar if you have time. Here, for your reference: http://bit.ly/18OTcfg http://www.mustseeindia.com/places-around-bangalore about 6 years ago

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    What cities should I travel to in Thailand?

    Chiang Mai is a culturally rich city no doubt, but it is at the other end of Thailand, whereas Bangkok and the rest of the touristy cities are at the other end, in south Thailand. So, it might be a lil difficult for you to squeeze in all of them in a week. Might also be a little expensive if you are to take a detour to Chiang Mai and then fly back to Bangkok. Chiang Mai does have some touristy attractions such as like Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, the Elephant Park, Wat Phra Singh and Wat Chedi Luang. The lantern festival happens in mid November, so if you are already set to go, you could catch it! about 6 years ago

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    what is the best time to visit the andaman islands, india?

    Andaman islands have a moderate climate throughout the year. No extremes. Best time to visit is from October to May. This is because the winters there are mild and pleasant. The summers (March to May) are also not too hot, but humidity levels are high at this time. Avoid the monsoon period (May to August). over 6 years ago

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    Are there relaxation tours in Ha Long Bay?

    Halong Bay itself is a 'relaxation' spot. Very beautiful, with clear waters and greenery around. Day trips as well as overnight tours are organized from Hanoi to Halong. Another great place to go to for a relaxing trip is Hue. about 6 years ago

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    planning a honeymoon in goa - is there any good boutique resort that anybody can recommend?

    One amazing hotel for honeymooners is Hotel Crown, Panjim. It has a star casino, a plush lounge, a luxury spa, a restaurant overlooking the River Mandovi. The rooms provide river views. You can watch the sun set over the river's horizon right from your bedroom. And I need to stop imagining myself there. So yeah.. happy honeymoon. You can get more details about the hotel here : http://bit.ly/Z4VRN1 over 6 years ago

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    Best places to visit in india

    The list would never end. So start with one region first. I suggest south - Kerala, rather most of the western ghats area, is known for its natural beauty. In Kerala, you have Munnar, Kumarakom. Kovalam. You'll find some more details here: http://bit.ly/11145rJ Going further the southern coast visit Pondicherry, Kanyakumari, Varkala, Ooty, Hampi. The North is vast, and would require more time, since the touristy spots are mountainous and far-placed from each other. On one hand is Rajasthan which will give you a glimpse into the Rajput culture. And on the other side is Uttarakhand with all its hill stations, Jammu & Kashmir, Leh-Ladakh. Unless you dont have an entire year to travel, pick and choose. And I haven't even started with Northeast India. over 6 years ago