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Our 5N/6D Kashmir Honeymoon Brought Us Close To Nature & Closer To Each Other!

If there’s something that fascinates me the most about traveling, it is the opportunity to unwind amidst nature’s breathtaking beauty and getting to explore new places. One such place on our list was Kashmir since both my wife & I had been hearing about its glory, and so it seemed like the perfect pick for celebrating the start of our new lives.

After the destination was finalized, we were looking for someone who could plan our dream trip, and that’s when we came across TravelTriangle’s honeymoon packages for Kashmir on Google. The idea of getting three quotes from different agents impressed us and we quickly requested for one. It was great to see how everything from booking to planning happened so smoothly. Since I’m more of a nature admirer than someone who loves man-made experiences, we also got our package customized by getting all the surreal places to see on a Kashmir honeymoon included in our trip itinerary.

Here are the details of our Kashmir honeymoon package:

Trip Type: 5 Nights 6 Days honeymoon trip to Kashmir
Cost: INR 43,000 from Peacock Holidays
Inclusions: All the accommodation, transfers from and to the airport, breakfast and dinner, sightseeing, a private cab, 1 hour shikara ride, and all the taxes
Exclusions: Airfare, lunch, entry fees, personal expenses, and anything not mentioned in

And here’s our trip itinerary:

Day 1: Arrival in Srinagar, houseboat stay, and shikara ride in the evening
Day 2: Drive to Gulmarg, and stay in a heritage hotel
Day 3: En route Pahalgam, stay near the Lidder River, enjoying the rain, and dinner
Day 4: Sightseeing in Pahalgam
Day 5: Back to Srinagar, relaxing in the hotel, and sightseeing
Day 6: Transfer to airport for our journey back home

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1. Srinagar: Houseboat stay, shikara ride, & visiting the famous Tulip Garden

sunset view in kashmir



Our honeymoon kick-started the moment we arrived in Srinagar, which is actually a paradise on earth. We were welcomed by Mr. Bashir, who was our driver and guide for the whole trip. He took us directly to the houseboat on the Nigeen Lake where our stay was reserved for the day. And just like Srinagar, the houseboat turned out to be equally glorious.

tulip garden srinagar

famous garden in srinagar

man standing in tulip garden

beautiful garden in srinagar

From its ambience to the hospitality, everything was top-notch. But there are a lot of things to do in Srinagar that make it such an amazing place to see during one’s honeymoon. Later in the evening, we went for a shikara ride, which undoubtedly proved what makes Kashmir so exquisite and famous. The romantic ride was one of the most wonderful moments of our trip, and even getting it captured wasn’t enough.

tulip garden in srinagar

hazratbal shrine

couple in srinagar

vottage in srinagar

Apart from the first day, the last two days of our honeymoon in Kashmir were again spent in Srinagar, given how beautiful and accessible it is from the other places. So, we skipped Sonmarg for a rejuvenating time in Srinagar and spend the last two days visiting the gorgeous gardens of Kashmir. While all of there were a sight to look at, what left both of us in awe and smitten was the popular Tulip Garden. The blooming tulips added color to our overall trip experience, and there’s definitely no doubt about it!

2. Gulmarg: Enjoying the snow

couple clicking a seflie

snow in gulmarg

gulmarg covered in snow

heritage hotel in gulmarg

Amongst all the places to see on a Kashmir honeymoon, Gulmarg is the most surreal and serene. We drove to this hill town on the second morning of our trip and it was an experience of a lifetime. The smooth drive, stunning landscapes, and snow left us pretty awestruck.

couple enjoying the snow

couple in gulmarg

beautiful view of gulmarg in snow

people enjoying in gulmarg

While we were in the town of Gulmarg, we stayed in a heritage hotel, which was again a marvel to look at. Both of us spent the day together exploring the town and indulging in all sorts of adventures. Needless to say, a romantic trip to Kashmir would stay incomplete without visiting Gulmarg.

3. Pahalgam: Visiting Betaab Valley, Aru & Chandanwari

view of pahalgam in morning

gorgeous views of bature in pahalgam

couple taking selfie near river

For a very long time, we had only heard how beautiful Pahalgam was, but on the third day we witnessed nature’s magic with our own eyes. And what further added to our romantic experience was the mild rain and the refreshing breeze that had just touched Pahalgam.

pahalgam kashmir

beautiful view of pahalagam

couple in pahalgam clicking selfie

Both of us spent the day enjoying the view and relaxing in out hotel, which was located right opposite to the Lidder River. Later, we had a scrumptious dinner and called it a day.

beautiful view of kashmir

lidder river in kashmir

couple in pahalgam

We began the next morning in Pahalgam on a sweeter note with a visit to the Betaab Valley, Aru Valley, and Chandanwari. I must say that these places to visit in Pahalgam were a sheer delight for both our eyes and souls.

High Points Of Our Kashmir Honeymoon

  • Houseboat stay in Srinagar
  • Visiting Chandanwari

Low Points Of Our Kashmir Honeymoon

  • There weren’t any low points during our trip as such except that we wished our hotel in Srinagar could have been better. It was decent in comparison to our other stays, which were incredibly blissful.

Tips For Future Travelers

  • Kashmir is a beautiful place for honeymooners and there are a lot of places to see. However, it’s best that you do not spend your time running from one place to another, and stick to 2 or 3 major destinations.
  • Plan your romantic trip to Kashmir in a way that the duration is at least 5 to 6 days.
  • While shopping in Kashmir or opting for rides, make sure you bargain a bit. A little bit is always accepted. Though, make sure you show your gratitude to those who actually provide the service by giving them a tip.
  • Pack your clothing essentials keeping the weather in mind.
  • If possible, do visit Sonmarg.
  • Also, don’t forget to carry a good camera.

Our overall experience with TravelTriangle was beyond impeccable. Their efficient planning of our honeymoon in Kashmir ensured that we had a hassle-free vacation. Even our travel agent, Peacock Holidays was very supportive and approachable at all the times. Our honeymoon turned out to be so blissful that if there was a chance to relive it, we would do it right away!

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Visit These 10 Best Castles In Spain To Get A Glimpse Of Its Magnificent Past!

The castles in Spain are a perfect attraction for tourists who want to travel back in time and witness history, legends, and magnificence on a grand scale. It is one of those few attractions that gives you an “era gone by” feel, something which cannot be described in words. So if you’re traveling to Spain, we suggest you to pay a visit to these 10 famous Spanish Castles and come back home with a fresh perspective on life for their beauty and charm will surely move you.

The castles in Spain do not just look magnificent or spectacular, but everything that can leave you spellbound for hours. Here are some of the best ones in the country that will definitely treat the history buff in you. Take a look!

1. Tossa de Mar

tossa de mar castle in spain

Tossa de Mar is a town on Costa Brava and is about an hour away from the French border. The most magnificent part about this touristy place is its castle (fortified tower) which overlooks the beach and the crystal blue sea. One can climb up the stairs of this castle and literally travel 50 years back in time. Later back on the ground, tourists can enjoy their time on the beach or indulging in some delicious food for there are a lot of small cafes and eateries surrounding the area. Overall, if you are looking for a soothing vacation in the company of the sea and a sleepy yet touristy town, then this is the place to be.

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2. Olite

olite castle spain

This gorgeous castle is situated in the historic village of Olite and is an absolute treat to the senses. It looks magical at night when it is all lit up and to experience its true aura, we would recommend that you atleast spend one night in the area. Another interesting fact about this lush castle is that it overlooks many vineyards and this enough should be enough motivation for you to stay for the wine here too is pretty good. Enjoy a meal at the cafes, taste the wine, and live you life to the fullest when you visit Olite.

3. Alcázar of Segovia

alcazar castle in spain

One of the best castles in Spain, the Alcázar of Segovia overlooks the countryside of Segovia and has a rich history. It was also the inspiration behind the Disney films logo and host to many famous royals. One can also climb up the stairs and enjoy the mesmerizing views and later come back and enjoy some delicious local wine of Segovia.

Fun Fact: Queen Isabel and King Ferdinand met for the first time here and also King Philip (Felipe), the 2nd married his wife (Anne of Austria).

4. Jarandilla

Jarandilla castle in spain

The Jarandilla is one of the finest and well preserved medieval castles in Spain. This 15th century caste is also one of Spain’s Parador hotels (a group famous for its hotels in castles and palaces) and offers a true “go back in time” experience to those who visit it and also to its guests. For a true vintage experience, one can enjoy a dinner in the courtyard or visit the local cafes for food and wine.

5. Cardona Castle

cardona castle spain

The Cardona Castle in Spain is one of the finest medieval castles in the country and offers mesmerizing views. The construction for this castle was started in 886 but it was 15th century that so most development under the Dukes of Cardona. Perched on top of a hill, this is one of the most fascinating castle in Spain that one simply cannot afford to miss.

6. La Alhambra Castle

La Alhambra Castle in spain

This Andalusian style, La Alhambra castle in Spain is an architectural marvel both from inside and outside and has influenced many literature, art, films, and even video games. Built in 13th century, this “authentic Islamic castle in Spain” has been called “pearl among the gems” with the trees surrounding the castle as gems.

7. Castillo de Colomares

Castillo de Colomares castle

Built in the memory of the man who discovered America, the Castillo de Colomares is one of the most famous castles in Spain and is known for its gorgeous exteriors and interiors. The church inside this castle holds the Guiness World Record for being the smallest church in the world. Design wise, the castle is built in all the Spanish styles: Byzantine, Romanesque,Mudéjar, and Gothic.

8. Castillo de Peñafiel

Penafiel castle in spain

Castillo de Peñafiel is located in Ribera del Duero wine country and true to its location houses a wine museum inside. The castle is shaped like a battleship and perches on top of a hill offering spectacular village and countryside views.

9. Alarcon

Alarcon castle spain

One of the oldest and most famous Spanish castles, the Alarcon dates back to the 8th century and is now a Parador hotel too (only a few rooms though). More than the fantastic castle, it is the vibe of this place that adds to the who ambience. The land of Don Quixote, visit the wine estate and see the hanging houses here.

10. Mota

mota castle in spain

A gothic castle in Spain, this is the place where Juana la Loca (or Jane the Mad) lived and true to its legend, it has every bit of an eerie charm to it. Over the years however, this castle has played several roles ranging from a royal residence to a prison to now a special place for art exhibitions and events.

Now that you know all about the dreamy castles in Spain, we know you would soon want to take a trip to Europe. And if you are planning one, then we recommend you choose a Europe Tour Package and get it personalized with all the things you want.

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Sukhothai Historical Park: A Detailed Guide For Tickling The History Buff Within

Sukhothai Historical Park or the old city of Sukhothai which means “Dawn of Happiness” was the first capital city of Thailand but is now in ruins and has become a world heritage site and an important place in Thailand. It nests in the contemporary city of Sukhothai and opposite of Ramkhamhaeng National Museum.

Historical Park

The walls of the old city stretch about 2km east to west and 1.5 km north to south and there are 193 ruins within 70 km of land, the park is divided into five different zones, the central zone is where the royal part of the city was located, the other parts of the city is large and ideal to travel on vehicle though some zones like the south zone is not worth the time to travel. The central zone holds within it 21 temples and the most popular and important temple is the Wat Mahathat which was the royal temple and was the spiritual centre of the Sukhothai Kingdom, to the north is Wat Phra Pai Luang which is the original site where the Sukhothai Kingdom started. Numerous Buddha statues, carvings, artefacts etc. are housed within these numerous temples and houses. The Sukhothai Kingdom is under the management and protection of the Fine Arts Department and Ministry of Culture.

cool and ideal weather for sightseeing

Months from November to February the temperature in Sukhothai is cool and ideal for sightseeing and travelling, while July and October rainfall might interrupt your plans and from March to June the summer heat might be too much hence travelling from the months of November to February is recommended but if you want to experience the culture then visiting Sukhothai during the Loy Krathong festival is best as this festival runs for 9 nights during the full moon of the 12th lunar month which is in either October or November, so book accommodations early and find out when the festival is being held.

Sukhothai Historical park

There are numerous hotels and places to stay in Soukhothai city and many close to the historical site, Sriwilai Sukhothai is located just bout 2km away from the site and is a luxury hotel and very well received, Ruean Thai Hotel is another such hotel just 12 km away from the site and is relatively cheap, Legendha Sukhothai Thai Village Resort is also a very comfortable hotel just 1.7km away from the site.

The most you can do in the Historical site is sightseeing and below I will list a few of the famous temples and sightseeing places along with a few other things.

1. Wat Mahathat

Large statue

This is one of the main attractions of the historical site, the temple consists of ten viharns, eight mondops, one bot, one chedi and 200 smaller chedis, within the main lotus shaped chedi houses two relics of the giant Buddha brought from Sri Lanka and the remaining smaller chedis contain ashes of noblemen. A popular photograph site.

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2. Wat Phra Pai Luang

Rocky place

This temple is on the original site where the kingdom was founded and the architecture is a combination of Khmer and Lopburi, it houses one of the three remaining corn-shaped prang which were adorned with stucco decorations and served spiritual roles.

3. Wat Sri Chum

popular site

One of the more popular site as it is the sole standing mandapa and house a giant seated Buddha image made out of bricks and stucco, the double layered walls contain a passage that leads all the way up to the Buddha’s head while the walls contain murals and marking.

4. Ramkhamhaeng National Museum

National Museum

Opened in 1964 it is a part of the historical park and it showcases artefacts and objects which were donated by Phra Ratchaprasittkhikhun, who was the abbot of Ratchathani Temple, along with locals and they all originate from Sukhothai. The collection consists of Buddha statues and images, sculptures of Hindu gods, sculptures from pre-Sukhothai period etc.

5. Loy Krathong Festival

Loi Krathong Festival

If you time you visit to the historical site carefully then you might make it for the festival of lights which is held for over nine nights around the 12th Lunar month’s full moon, during the festival the ponds and lakes are covered with floating lights along with the ruins, there are light and sound shows, parades and concerts in the city.

Sukhothai can be reached by bus from near and far even though it only has a small bus station, you can also take the train from Bangkok to Phitsanulok which takes 7 hours and then take an hour bus ride to the city, there is also two flights that flies from Bangkok to Sukhothai Airport and cost around 2900 bhat and take only around 1 hour.

Sukhothai National Park is a culturally rich place that is worth a visit if you want to know about the history and culture of Thailand. So, plan a Thailand holiday right away and treat the history buff within!

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10 Things To Do In Taiwan That Will Have You Packing Your Bags Right This Minute!

Taiwan, a state located not very far from China, is a combination of all the things any tourist would want on their vacation. Modern urban cities, beautiful mountain regions and the traditional, authentic charm of Chinese temples. With such a rich combination of different regions and environments, there are a lot of things to do in Taiwan and there is definitely something for everyone to make them fall in love with this beautiful island. And right now, when Taiwan is only slowly earning a name as one of the popular tourist destinations and is still quite offbeat, there is no better time to pay a visit to Taiwan. If you are planning to make a trip to Taiwan, read our guide to find out the top ten things to do in Taiwan on your holiday.

Before we get started on the list of things to do, let us first check out some of the basic information about visiting Taiwan.

If you love sunny weather, then the best time to visit Taiwan is during the summer season.
If you want to escape the heat and head over when it’s a little cooler, but still pleasant enough to spend time outdoors, then the fall season, between September and November is the best time to visit.

The most comfortable and fast way to travel to Taiwan from India is by air. The major cities in India have airlines flying to Taiwan, to their main international airport, the Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport located in Taoyuan City.

The two other major airports in Taiwan to which you can connect to other parts of the country are the Siaogang Airport in Kaohsiung, and the King Cyuan Gang Airport located in Taichung City.

Here are some of the best activities you can try in Taiwan:

1. Explore the National Palace Museum

National Palace Museum taiwan

What better way to start your Taiwan vacation than by learning about the culture and history of this amazing region? Opened in 1965, the National Palace Museum in Taiwan covers over 8,000 years of history and contains a very large amount of Chinese art, including carvings, paintings, calligraphy and ceramics, forming a rich collection of 7,000 pieces. The Early Spring by Guo Xi (1072) and the Jadeite Cabbage carving are two of the must-see pieces in this museum.

Location: No. 221, Sec 2, Zhi Shan Rd, Shilin District, Taipei City, Taiwan 111
Timings: 8:30 AM – 6:30 PM on weekdays, 8:30 AM – 9 PM on weekends.
Entry cost: INR 800 per person.

2. Eat an egg pudding straight from the shell

Eat an egg pudding straight from the shell

Egg pudding is a Taiwanese delicacy and trying it should definitely be on your bucket list on your trip to Taiwan. The best part about this local treat is that you get a chance to eat the pudding straight out of an egg! Located close to the Jiufen bus station, this is a delight to your taste buds and a treat that you will definitely remember long after your trip is done.

Location: Jiufen bus station, Taipei City, Taiwan
Entry cost: NR 100 per pudding.

3. Visit the Sun Moon Lake

Sun Moon Lake

If you want to spend a relaxing weekend away with your special someone, there is no better place to go to than the Sun Moon Lake, a 2.5 hours drive from Taipei, and a haven for nature lovers, cyclists and spa and relaxation enthusiasts. There are quite a few hotels and resorts to choose from for a luxurious stay and you should definitely not miss out on going on the ferry to witness some scenic landscape views of the lake.

Location: Yuchi, Nantou County, Taiwan

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4. Take a bubble tea making class

Take a bubble tea making class

If you are looking for a unique experience and wondering what to do in Taiwan then we recommend you take a bubble tea making class. You may have heard of bubble tea as they are slowly becoming a much-beloved beverage, consisting of milk tea with chewy tapioca flavoured balls. If you would like to learn how to make these lovely teas at home, visit this café at either 10 am, 3 pm, or 5 pm to get a quick lesson as to how to be able to make these teas in the comfort of your own kitchen!

Location: No. 9號, Songshou Road, Xinyi District, Taipei City, Taiwan 110
Timings: 11 AM – 9:30 PM Sun – Thu | 11 AM – 10 PM Fri – Sat
Entry cost: INR 700 for two.

5. Explore a Gold Mine

Explore a Gold Mine

In case you didn’t know, mining was a large part of Taiwan’s history during the period of the Japanese colonization in the early 1900’s. Today, all the remaining mines have been converted into museums and so one of the best things to do in Taiwan is exploring and learning about the history of these mines. Not only will you learn about the mining industry, but you will also get a chance to touch some real gold, which is quite an exciting experience.

Location: 224, Taiwan, New Taipei City, Ruifang District
Timings: 9:30 AM – 5 PM weekdays | 9:30 AM – 6 PM weekends
Entry cost: INR 200 per person.

6. Try out some of the most unique dishes in the Shi Dong Food Market

Try out some of the most unique dishes in the Shi Dong Food Market

If you are a foodie, you love experimenting with new dishes and are thinking about what to do in Taiwan, head over to the Shi Dong Food Market to try some of the most exquisite delicacies you can find only in Taiwan. From blue lobsters, seaweed jelly to black queen grapes, there are many unique dishes to be found at this market. Experimenting with food is not only one of the most delicious, but also one of the most fun things to do in Taiwan.

Location: No.100, Shidong Rd., Shilin Dist., Taipei 111, Taiwan
cost: INR 400 per person.

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7. Visit the Golden Waterfall

Visit the Golden Waterfall

Though the waterfall is situated in what used to be gold and copper mines, the waterfall earns its name due to the way the water beautifully reflects the golden rays of the sun and shimmers as it makes its way to the Yin Yang river. Another reason for the water’s magical appearance is due to the metal amalgamation from the days of it being a gold mine. Nature lover or not, this is definitely one of the top things to do in Taipei, Taiwan.

8. See some Pandas

See some Pandas

People traveling with children and looking for things to do in Taipei, Taiwan, there is a Zoo that is home to many animal species, the most important of all being three adorable giant pandas named Tuan Tuan, Yuan Zai, and Yuan Yuan. Apart from the animals, there are also shows organised at the zoo every month, and you should check their schedule before visiting to know what show you can catch at the zoo on your visit.

Location: No. 30號, Section 2, Xinguang Road, Wenshan District, Taipei City, Taiwan 11656
Timings: 9 AM – 4 PM weekdays | 8:30 AM – 4 PM weekends

9. Get in touch with your spiritual side

Longshan Temple

A big part of Taiwanese culture comes from the many Chinese temples which are located on the island, and one of the most important temples to visit is the Lungshan Temple. As soon as you walk in, you will sense a spiritual aura in the air with the wooden interiors and the smell of incense sticks. A tradition goes that if you roll two wooden blocks on the floor, you can ask a question, and the drawings on the blocks will indicate the answer.

Location: No. 211, Guangzhou Street, Wanhua District, Taipei City, Taiwan 10853

10. Light a lantern

Light a lantern

One of the most unique and exciting things to do in Taiwan at night is to light a lantern and let it fly up. Although the tradition is most prevalent during the Chinese new year season, it can be done all year round. Legend says, that if you write a wish on the lantern as you light it and let it soar, your wish is bound to come true!

Where to find it: Any of the Chinese market stores.

We hope you enjoyed this list of things to do in Taiwan, and are ready to plan your next holiday in China! Why wait? Contact us at TravelTriangle for any booking related queries and to know the best travel packages in the market!

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10 Best Indian Restaurants In Interlaken That’ll Take You On An Unforgettable Culinary Journey

Switzerland’s picture postcard perfect town Interlaken has stamped its place on the hearts of millions of tourists visiting this paradise on earth. Nestled between two pretty lakes amidst soaring snow-capped peaks, the fairytale town is as much a nature lovers’ delight as it is a perfect base for adventure enthusiasts. Whether you choose to soak in the surreal mountain vistas, take a calming cruise down the lakes or indulge in some serious adrenaline rush, this is the place to be. After an exhilarating day exploring the wonders of Interlaken, it’s a great idea to relish some sumptuous Indian dishes at the many fantastic Indian restaurants in Interlaken. From affordable Indian food in Interlaken to best restaurants in the business, here’s our list of top places for your Indian food fix.

These 10 restaurants in Interlaken serve the most authentic and homelike Indian food. If you ever crave for your staple diet during your trip, these 10 places is where you ought to head to first!

1. India Village

India Village

Set in a picturesque location near the River Aaare, and just a 15 minutes’ walk from the train station this gem of a restaurant offers warm Indian hospitality along with delicious food. Everything from the appetizer platter to main dishes like butter chicken, dal makhani and palak paneer are outstanding. Along with the irresistible aroma and authentic taste of the food, what stands out is the exceptional service and hospitality. The owners pay personal attention to guests and go that extra mile to make the meal memorable, making it one of the best Indian restaurants in Interlaken.

Location: Brienzstrasse 38, 3800 Interlaken, Switzerland
Opening Hours: Daily, 10AM-11PM

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2. Taj Palace Indian Restaurant

Taj Palace Indian Restaurant

Great appetizers, freshly prepared Indian delights and even your favourite cup of steaming hot masala tea served with a smile – what more can you ask for?! After a touristy day out, Taj Palace Indian restaurant in Interlaken Switzerland is the ideal place for savouring richly flavoured Indian food. The ambience is nice and the service quick even during busy times, making every visit a pleasant experience. When at Taj Palace in Interlaken make sure you try their cheese naan, dal makhani, prawn curry and chicken tikka masala, all prepared with authentic Indian spices.

Location: Rosenstrasse 7, 3800 Interlaken, Switzerland
Opening Hours: Daily, 12-10:30PM

3. Taste of India Restaurant

Taste of India Restaurant

Located close to Interlaken West train station, this delightful restaurant serves delicious Indian food. As you’re ushered in with a smile by the friendly staff at Taste of India in Interlaken, you know you’ve selected the right place for your meal. Both the vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes are cooked to perfection, with just the right spices and flavours. The friendly staff goes out of their way to make sure you’re having a great time. This place is sure to win your heart with its delicious food, generous portion sizes and impeccable service.

Location: Centralstrasse 6, 3800 Interlaken, Switzerland
Opening Hours: Daily, 12:30-10PM

4. Restaurant Spice India

Restaurant Spice India

The warmly furnished interiors, lovely atmosphere and extensive cuisine make this a culinary journey worth embarking on when in the city. Centrally located in the City Hotel Oberland, Spice India is one of the top Indian restaurants in Interlaken Switzerland serving delicious Indian cuisine. The chefs take great care to bring you the authentic taste of India using traditional spices and ingredients to create the perfect meal. The respectful and attentive staff goes out of their way to serve you freshly prepared food while the owner offers warm hospitality and care to each guest.

Location: Postgasse 6, 3800 Interlaken, Switzerland
Opening Hours: 2-10:30PM (Tues-Sun); 6-10:30PM (Monday)

5. Taj Mahal Indian and Nepali Restaurant

Taj Mahal Indian and Nepali Restaurant

After a long day strolling through the city and exploring the market, this lovely restaurant in the city centre serves as a welcome respite with great food and a pleasing ambience. The man behind this success story, Mr Gagandeep Singh is a wonderful host and ensures that you leave with the exotic tastes of India on your palate after a meal here. The vegetarian options are just as delicious as the non-vegetarian ones, and the service is efficient and friendly. You can enjoy a glass of local beer with your crispy naan and dal tadka, to be transported to foodie haven right away!

Location: Marktgasse 20, 3800 Interlaken, Switzerland
Opening Hours: 2-10PM(Fri-Wed), 5-10PM (Thurs)

6. Maharaja Indian Restaurant

Maharaja Indian Restaurant

If you’re looking for some authentic Indian restaurants in Interlaken serving delicious food in a lovely atmosphere, then Maharaja is a great choice. Their warm hospitality is a big plus and the biryanis, veg curries & butter chicken are a must try. Located centrally, the restaurant has an extensive menu to choose from and a very friendly staff that takes great care of guests. Even their simple dal makhani and fresh breads can be a treat for those craving for Indian food far away from home.

Location: Jungfraustrasse 28, 3800 Interlaken, Switzerland
Opening Hours: Daily, 11AM-10:30PM

7. Restaurant Tandoori

Restaurant Tandoori

This family friendly restaurant in the heart of the city stands out amongst Indian restaurants in Interlaken for its exceptional food and impeccable service. The welcoming host makes you comfortable in the clean and relaxed ambience, and the hearty meal served here is a treat to the taste buds. Offering a variety of dishes and flavours, the delectable Indian food is a winner all the way at Restaurant Tandoori in Interlaken. From the mouth watering chicken tikka masala and lamb biryani to equally delicious vegetarian dishes like paneer butter masala, every dish is a delight to the palate.

Location: 27 3800 interlakan, Jungfraustrasse, 3800 Interlaken,
Opening Hours: 11:30AM-10:30PM (Sat-Thurs); 2-10:30PM (Friday)

8. Rang Mahal Indian and Arabic Restaurant

Rang Mahal Indian and Arabic Restaurant

Counted amongst the top ten Indian restaurants in Interlaken, this wonderful place stands out with its nice ambience, attentive staff and lip smacking food. The owners are wonderful people who take care of every need of their guests, making it a delightful visit. The food is not just finger licking good but also has generous portion sizes and lovely presentation. Let the rich aromas of the freshly prepared dishes take you on a culinary journey to the land of spices. They also happily prepare food customised to your preferences, with just the right spice level.

Location: Jungfraustrasse 46, 3800 Interlaken, Switzerland
Opening Hours: Daily, 11AM-10PM

9. Royal Spice – India

Royal Spice

The wonderful hosts not just serve home-style Indian food but also make you feel completely at home with their kindness and hospitality. One of the best Indian restaurants in Interlaken, Royal Spice will win your hearts with their delicious spread of vegetarian dishes. Their veg combo offers a great selection of dishes at a reasonable price, and easily suffices for two people with the generous portion sizes. Small gestures like preparing non-spicy food for your children and serving complimentary drinks place them a notch above competition.

Location: Centralstrasse 9, 3800 Interlaken, Switzerland
Opening Hours: Daily, 12-10PM

10. Kashmir Restaurant

Kashmir Restaurant

The flavourful food at this conveniently located restaurant near the train and boat station is sure to satiate your spice and curry cravings. They cater to different levels of spices as per your preference and prepare every dish with authentic ingredients to give it a uniquely Indian flavour. The staff is very friendly and accommodating, and the food is served quick and fresh. Though there are hardly any cheap Indian restaurants in Interlaken, this one offers generous portions without burning a hole in your pocket. Their lamb biryani, rajma and oven-fresh rotis are a must-try.

Location: Bahnhofstrasse 35, 3800 Interlaken, Switzerland
Opening Hours: Daily, 12-10:30PM

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Did This Sweet Couple Have The Most Romantic Honeymoon Trip To Bali? Oh Sure, They Did!

Bali needs no introduction. It is one of the most exquisite destinations to spend a romantic honeymoon with your spouse. Rohit and his wife had no second thoughts about booking their honeymoon trip to Bali. Their honeymoon was a romantic affair on the exotic island of Bali woven with precious memories and riveting experiences.

“Traveling for me is meditation. Whenever there is too much chaos in my life, I plan a trip with my friends or family, pack my bags, and leave all my worries behind. Travelling is essential for me as it helps me declutter my life.

I usually plan all my trips by myself. But for our honeymoon, I wanted to make all the arrangements in advance to spend all my time with my wife. Among all the travel websites, I found my requirements best met at TravelTriangle. So, I wasted no time in booking my honeymoon trip with them.

We really had an awesome experience on our honeymoon trip to Bali. It was an eclectic mix of romance, thrill, and leisure. Here are the details of our trip”:

Trip Type: Honeymoon
Trip Duration: 6N/7D
Trip Cost: INR 57,000
Inclusions: Accommodation, Watersports activities, Airport Transfers, Sightseeing Tours, Breakfast
Exclusions: Airfare, Vehicle on leisure day, medical and travel insurance

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Day 1: Arrival in Bali

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We reached Bali late in the evening and headed straight to our hotel in Kuta to get some rest. Our stay in Grand Istana Rama in Kuta was an exuberant affair. Right from the Hindu-style entrance to its plunge pool, everything in the hotel was appealing. We got a nice and cozy waterfront room with the resplendent views of the Kuta Beach right from our balcony.

Day 2: Thrill in the exotic Bali Waters

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After having a good night’s sleep and recharging our batteries, we were ready for all the adventure in Bali that we had planned. Bali is famous for its numerous thrilling water activities and our plan was to strike them all. My wife and I had a lot of fun Parasailing, Scuba diving, Jet Skiing, Banana Boat, and Sea Walking. We were exhausted by the end of the day but our little adventures in the exotic waters of Bali were worth every ounce of energy. I recommend everyone to partake in sea activities when you visit Bali during your next vacation.

Day 3: Mount Batur and Monkey Forest

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We reserved this day for sightseeing around Kuta. Our first stop was the Mount Batur, the sacred mountain in Kintamani which is also an active volcano. Not even my words can describe the exhilarating scenery of the Batur Mountain and the crater lake. It was stupendous! We clicked so many photos to capture memories and the beautiful essence of this place.

Our next stop was the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary which we found out to be fascinating. One of the most popular attractions in Bali, we found the notorious Balinese long-tailed monkeys swinging through canopies around the sacred temple and fed them bananas. The mossy relics and statues inside the sanctuary were equally charming.

Day 4: ‘Best Museum Visit Ever’

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After having two exciting days in a row, we decided to slow down and chillax in our hotel. In the afternoon, we went to the Dream Museum Zone, a 3D museum in Bali. Generally, I find museums boring but this 3D museum was so much fun and entertaining. Our phone gallery is filled with our innumerable photos from this place. This was the best museum I had ever visited in my life.

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Day 5: My first experience of River Rafting

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One of the water sports activities was still left on my list. Since I had never done river rafting before, it was a special experience for me. Rafting on the strong currents of the river gave a great kick to my adrenaline levels.

In the evening, we checked into our one bedroom with private pool villa at Transera Grand Kancana Villas Bali. The stylish retreat was designed in a traditional Balinese village and was our high point in terms of staying experience.

Day 6: Tanah Lot Temple Tour & Romantic Evening Cruise

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One of the most important landmarks of Bali, Tanah Lot Temple stupefied us with its picturesque backdrop and amazing stone architecture. One of the best experiences was crossing the waters to reach the temple. The holy water around the temple was so clear and refreshing that you could even taste its sweetness.

In the evening, we boarded the Bounty Cruise in Bali to spend a romantic evening in the waters. We were ushered with a traditional Balinese Welcome and a dance performance. After having a sumptuous complimentary dinner, we danced our night away on the cruise. It was one of the most cherished experiences on our honeymoon trip to Bali.

Day 7: The Stellar Uluwatu Temple


We ended our honeymoon trip to Bali with an exciting visit to the great Uluwatu Temple where we realized the conception of Bali. The stellar Kecak dance performance by the temple dancers depicting the tale of Ramayana was simply superb. It was a great end to our romantic holiday in Bali.

My wife and I had a long list of experiences on our honeymoon in Bali and brought back a huge bundle of memories from our trip. Thanks to TravelTriangle, it could not have been better.

Wow moments from our honeymoon trip to Bali

Every moment on our honeymoon trip to Bali was WOW. It’d be a great injustice to leave any. But still if I have to choose, my wow moments would be:

  • Scuba diving in the ocean and swimming with the fishes
  • Kintamani Tour left us dumbstruck.
  • Admiring art in the 3D museum
  • Comedy Circus on the cruise
  • Winning the kissing competition on the cruise
  • Fire Dance at Uluwatu Temple

Did you stumble any negative experiences on the trip
Even though we had no inconvenience of any sorts at our hotel in Kuta, the experience could have been better.

Do you think you missed out on anything
Bali is surrounded with so many exotic islands. I wish we had more time to hop on the Island Tour to soak in the beauty of these islands.

How was your overall experience with TravelTriangle
Our traveling experience on TravelTriangle was nothing but perfect. I can rely on TravelTriangle for planning all my trips in the future.

Future tips for travelers
I would recommend all the couples on their honeymoon to stay in an exotic villa with a private pool.

Isn’t this couple such a darling?

If you also want to get all lovey-dovey with your spouse, book a romantic holiday in Bali and have exciting adventures together in the exotic locations of Bali island.

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10 Indian Restaurants In Budapest If You Want A Desi Zaika

Indian food boasts of its eminent position in World cuisine, owing to its rich taste, flavor and aroma. Be it any part of the World, Indian cuisine is celebrated with glory and love. Different nations of Europe offer plenty of Indian restaurants to cater to those who are perfectly ‘desi’ at heart and Budapest is not an exception in this case. So, if you planning a holiday in this beautiful Hungarian capital, this list of best Indian restaurants in Budapest is what you need for a hearty Indian meal.

Budapest is a great place for a holiday and the Hungarian cuisines is surely mouthwatering. But staying away from home may sometimes make you crave for the home food. If you miss local Indian flavors while on your vacation in Budapest, these restaurants and their delicious fod will make you feel right at home.

1. Salaam Bombay

Salaam Bombay restaurant in Budapest

Location: Budapest, Mérleg u. 6, 1051 Hungary
Located close to St. Stephen Bascillica, Salaam Bombay is one of the best Indian restaurants in Budapest. It serves Northern, Southern and Coastal cuisine and specializes in vegan and gluten-free options as well. It has Indian chefs on board, promising authentic recipes and their super cordial staff make you feel comfortable and delightful, every time you visit this place.

Must try: Goan fish curry and Saag chicken
Opening hours: 12 noon to 3:00 pm and 6:00 pm- 11:00 pm.

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2. Indigo Indian Restaurant

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Location: Jokai utca 13., Budapest 1066, Hungary
Counted among the most happening Indian restaurants in Budapest, Indigo Indian Restaurant serves a wide variety of Indian dishes from different states. Authentic in every manner, some of the lamb, prawn and Punjabi dishes are rich in aroma and flavor and can give any Indian eating place a run for their money. This is one of the few Budapest India restaurants serving a wide variety of vegetarian dishes as well.

Must try: Dal kebab, Lamb rogan josh, Goan prawn curry and Mango kulfi
Opening hours: 12:00 noon to 11:00 pm

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3. Rajkot Palace

Rajkot Palace- Experience royal Indian flavours

Location: Budapest, Nyáry Pál u. 9, 1056 Hungary
The vintage décor, sophisticated ambiance, perfect lighting, and soothing music are a few things you will first notice about Rajkot Palace. Showcasing their authentic Mughlai and Awadhi delicacies, rich in spices and taste, Rajkot Palace is indeed one of the high-end places in Budapest for Indian food.

Must try: Onion bhaji, Mulligatawny soup, Chicken multani kebab and Chingri malai curry
Opening hours: Noon to midnight

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4. Curry House

Curry House-Rich in spice, taste and aroma

Location: Budapest, Bródy Sándor u. 21, 1088 Hungary
For a memorable dinner scene, step in Curry House, one of the most recommended restaurants in Budapest for Indian food. The cozy place is decked up with bright colors and vibrant décor and has won several awards for its super prompt service and culinary masterpieces. This place also serves vegan and Halal variants, so, if anyone is specifically looking for the same, you know where to go.

Must try: Prawn Vindaloo, Chicken tikka masala, and Lamb rogan josh. Butter chicken with garlic naan is a must-try combo here.
Opening hours: 12:00 noon to 11:00 pm

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5. Taj Mahal

Taj Mahal- Best place to have Mughlai food

Location: Budapest, Szondi u. 40, 1067 Hungary
Bringing the best of Mughlai and Awadhi flavors, Taj Mahal is one of the most popular Indian restaurants in Budapest that pampers your taste buds to the fullest. Featuring elegant décor with Asian art and wood carvings, this is the best place to satiate your desi food-loving soul. Moreover, waitresses wearing sari while serving makes it all the more authentic and charming.

Must try: Tandoori chicken, Prawn biriyani and Chicken Tikka.
Opening hours: 12:00 noon to 11:00 pm

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6. Haveli

Haveli- For those who misses home cooked food

Location: Budapest, Szinyei Merse u. 1, 1063 Hungary
Offering the best of Indian food in Budapest, Haveli chefs know the art and precision of Indian cooking. With the simple yet sober appearance, Haveli is preferred by all when it comes to home-cooked Indian food. Other than spicy curries and flavourful meat preparations, the signature kulfis and house wines are worth drooling over.

Must try: Dal tadka, Kadhai paneer, Navratan pulao
Opening hours: 11:30 am to 10 pm


7. Tandoori Indiai Étterem

Tandoori Indiai Étterem- Authentic flavours of Punjab

Location: Budapest, Pannónia u. 3, 1133 Hungary
Serving delicious Punjabi delicacies, Pandzsab is another interesting name on the list of authentic Indian food joints in Budapest. Other than mouth-watering food, the place is also known for its classy ambiance and attentive staff. The manager, Mr. Rangeet Kumar personally looks after every guest and assures the best culinary experience is given to the guests. Be it non-vegetarian or vegetarian platters, Pandzsab never fails to satiate the heart of any foody. But whatever you try, accompany your food with their mango lassi.

Must try: Potato grilled kebabs, Paneer tikka, Tandoori chicken and Prawn malabari
Opening hours: 12:00 noon to midnight

8. Bangla Bufe Premium

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Location: Budapest, Akácfa u. 40, 1072 Hungary
Stop for some authentic Bangladeshi and Indian delicacies at Bangla Bufe Premium. This place is on the list of most pocket-friendly Indian restaurants in Budapest. The restaurant menu has plenty of Indian and Bangladeshi delicacies that you’ll be spoilt for choice. Owing to cheap prices and decent ambiance, this place is mostly preferred by small groups and families who are traveling on a shoestring budget.

Must try: Ginger beer, Mango lassi, Beef curry and Chicken curry
Opening hours: 12:00 noon to 11:00 pm. On Fridays, the restaurant opens at 2:30 pm

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9. Govinda

Govinda- Your search for tasty vegetarian food ends here

Location: Budapest, Vigyázó Ferenc u. 4, 1051 Hungary
A delight for all the vegetarian folks, Govinda, with its colorful décor and appearance, serves flavourful food to all. Situated near Chain Bridge, this is the best vegetarian Indian restaurant in Budapest. From delicious curries to pakoras, shorbas to chutneys, Govinda has a varied menu for all vegetarian foodies.

Must try: Bhim Thali and Prana Thali
Opening hours: 11:30 am to 9:00 pm. The restaurant is closed on Sundays.

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10. Bollywood Vegetarian Bar

Bollywood Vegetarian Bar - Try their street food delicacies

Location: Budapest, 50, Akácfa u., 1072 Hungary
Another place to try the vegetarian food at Budapest is Bollywood Vegetarian Bar. Featuring funky décor, cozy sitting arrangements, and decent staff; this place is yet another vegetarian food serving Indian restaurant in Budapest, which specializes in street foods and masala chai.

Must try: Samosa, pakora, Bollywood papri and Bollywood sandwiches
Opening hours: 12:00 noon to 11:00 pm

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So, now you know that there are many popular Indian restaurants in Budapest where you can visit if you’re craving for some super tasty Indian food. So, plan a trip to Budapest now and go on a ravishing food tour!

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10 Castles In Lisbon That Look Straight Out Of Your Dreams

Most castles in Lisbon might not have the fable look you’ll discover in other European castles. That doesn’t mean they’re terrible. A long way from it. Beige-shaded stone with tarnish orange accents make up numerous Portuguese mansions, giving them a much loved, sun-kissed look. At the point when the capital’s commotion gets to you, the multi-day outing to one of the posts and manors make Lisbon as a wonderful method to revive your faculties.

Scattered crosswise over green knolls and rough slopes, castles in Lisbon involve a little yet vital piece of the tremendous authentic legacy of the nation.

1. Pena Palace

Pena Palace

The Palacio Nacional da Pena is a Pena Castle and one of the best vacation destinations of Portugal, representing the nineteenth-century Sentimentalism style of design. The palace is a gluttonous blend of clearly painted porches, beautiful bastions, and legendary status, all of which remain at the distinct difference to the lavish greens of the backwoods that circle Pena. The inside of the castle is similarly as intriguing, being reestablished to mirror the stylistic theme of 1910 when the Portuguese respectability fled to Brazil to get away from the insurgency. The forested stop handles that encompass the palace proceed with the Sentimentalism plan goals of the palace, with concealed pathways, luxurious highlights and shocking perspective focuses.

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2. Castle of Evoramonte

Castle of Evoramonte

It is one of the famous castles in Lisbon. The castle of Evoramonte is an overwhelming structure that nearly appears as though it was worked in layers. Development of the palace started in the fourteenth century. The rectangular-molded castle has round towers and sits on a slope, along these lines giving all-encompassing perspectives of the town. Rope hitches in the façade are images of the Bragança family as design outside of the post. Within, with its vaulted roofs, is upheld with gigantic segments. The castle of Evoramonte is well known just like where an 1834 arrangement finishing inside wars was agreed upon. The speediest method to arrive is on roadways A2 and A6.

3. Guimarães castle

Guimarães castle

Guimarães castle is viewed as the most critical medieval stronghold in northern Portugal. Its striking element is the dividers worked in the state of a pentagram, with eight rectangular crenelated towers. Built in the tenth century, it later turned into the official regal habitation of Tally D Henrique, the dad of the main lord of Portugal, Afonso Henriques. The stronghold withstood the Skirmish of São Mamede in 1128, which brought about the triumph of Afonso and meant the beginning stage of a free Portugal. From that point forward, the stronghold has been named the origination of the Portuguese country. It is among the best castles in Lisbon Portugal.

4. Tomar castle

Tomar castle

Tomar castle, once having a place with the Knights Knight, is likewise a religious community raised in the twelfth century. It is viewed as one of the notable castle of its kind in Portugal on account of the joining of uncommonly adjusted towers. Its unique mission was to shield Portuguese land from the interruption of Middle Easterners (referred to in Iberia as Fields). In 1312 the Knights were cleansed from Europe, and substantially later this stronghold would turn into the living arrangement of Ruler Manuel of Portugal. The ruler’s name has been related to the most significant changes in the plan of the palace when elegant beautifications in the Manu line style were included.

5. Santa Marta de Portuzelo Castle

Santa Marta de Portuzelo Castle

It is one of the magnificent castles to stay in Lisbon. The Castle is found a little way from Porto (Francisco Sa Carneiro) airplane terminal, with an assortment of social encounters close to the city. You will love this place in view of the area, the delightful grounds and arranging, the serene climate and the one of a kind development of the house.

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6. São Jorge Castle

São Jorge Castle

In the event that you are planning to visit Portugal’s exciting capital while you are remaining at Pestana Royal residence Lisbon, why not visit the renowned medieval São Jorge Castle. The São Jorge stronghold is one of Lisbon’s most mainstream vacation spot locales. What’s more, the manor is in the focal point of Lisbon and is Portugal’s most visited mansion, and also the most recognizable recorded landmark in the capital. It is among the most beautiful Castles in Portugal.

7. Castelo de Viana do Alentejo

Castelo de Viana do Alentejo

In the area of Alentejo, the Castelo de Viana do Alentejo houses an exquisite church worked in the Mudejar-Manueline style inside its dividers. The château itself was worked in a Gothic style in the fifth century, with transcending segments and columns. Advance inside, and you’ll be stunned by the seventeenth-century tiles that decorate the majority of the dividers around you.

8. Belém Tower

Belém Tower

This white-washed pinnacle is situated on the harbor in Lisbon, once utilized as a fortification guarding the passageway to Portugal’s capital city. The inside and outside of the pinnacle including stonework themes that were regularly observed in different strongholds worked in the Manueline style. It definitely makes its way to the list of best castles in Lisbon.

9. Castelo de Santa Clause Maria da Feira

Castelo de Santa Clause Maria da Feira

This is a standout amongst the most entire medieval landmarks in the nation. It’s a children’s story stronghold delegated a slope in the town of Santa Clause Maria da Feira, worked in the eleventh century, overhauled in the fifteenth, and one of the plain not many that have been wonderfully reestablished over the most recent couple of decades.

10. De Alvito

De Alvito

Worked in 1482 in the drowsy little town of Alvito, this was the living arrangement of an aristocrat, however, would now be able to be home to any individual who books a room in it. It was reestablished and transformed into a lodging of the Pousadas chain in 1993, and the façade and patio highlight Manu line and Moorish windows.

These were some of the most beautiful castles in Lisbon that you must visit on your next holiday. So, now you know where you need to head to next time. Don’t wait and plan your Portugal holiday for a heart-warming experience!

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10 Best Travel Resolutions To Make For 2018. What’s Yours?

Move over the cliched ‘eat healthy’, ‘exercise more’, ‘help the needy’ kind of new year resolutions that you’ll not stick to anyway. Turn the tide this year and strive for more meaningful, realistic, and enjoyable travel resolutions to make for 2018 that will let you explore and experience the world like never before.

This year, don’t just dream it, discover it.


Every year we list down 50 new places and experiences on our bucket list, but end up fulfilling only 5 of them by the end of the year. Not anymore! Pledge by the following travel resolutions to make sure you have a fun-packed year unlike any you’ve ever had before!

1. Less Social Media, More Socialising

travel resolutions for 2018: Less Social Media, More Socialising

“First, lemme take a selfie”. Well, don’t. In fact, try and leave your phone back in the hotel room if possible. Travel because you want to, and not so that you can appear cool on social media and tell the world you’re a ‘traveler’! You Facebook check-ins, Snapchat stories, and Instagram feeds can wait. More often than not, people are so lost in their gadgets and technology while holidaying that they end up seeing them only through gadget screens, and not with their own eyes.

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2. Map Over Itinerary

travel resolutions for 2018: Carry A Map Instead Of An Itinerary

Probably the best travel resolutions to make for 2018 will be to travel more than you did last year. And when you do, don’t be afraid to go off the beaten track. Make spontaneous plans and go where the road takes you. Challenge yourself to go off road and you’ll be surprised by the amount of courage you possess and the myriad things you’ll discover about the world. It may seem scary to venture into the unknown, but trust me, you’ll be just fine!

3. No More A ‘Strike-Off-The-List’ Tourist

travel resolutions for 2018: Be Less Of A 'Strike-Off-The-List' Tourist

Don’t travel like it’s a project. Holidaying has to be a fun affair where you’re not running from one tourist attraction to another. What’s the use of a vacation that tires you out more than your job does? As Deepika Padukone put in our favourite Bollywood flick ‘Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani’, no matter how hard you try you’ll definitely end up missing something or the other in life. So, make the most of where you are and live in the moment!

4. Trying New Things And Experiences

travel resolutions for 2018: Try New Things And Experiences

It’s no use going to a foreign land and looking only for Indian food and Indian supermarkets. Get a taste of the culture, cuisines, and local experiences like festivals and social gatherings. Explore those crowded flea markets than fancy shopping malls. Eat at roadside cafes than lavish restaurants. Dive into the nightlife, or rise before the sun to witness its beauty in a different corner of the world.

5. Less Hotels, More Hostels

travel resolutions for 2018: Less Hotels, More Hostels

Hostels will give you double the experience of the destination in less than half the price. With new ones cropping up in almost every city across the world, finding a good one in your dream destination won’t be a problem. This will allow you not just to experience the place fully and save money, but also meet people from different countries, nationalities, religions, and walks of life. Hostels are a blessing for solo travelers and group vacationers alike.

6. Getting Travel Insurance

travel resolutions for 2018: Get Travel Insurance

Action-packed gigs like skydiving, cliff jumping, skiing, rock climbing, paragliding, and scuba diving are taking over the travel scene like anything. With such adventure oriented travel becoming more popular, it is imperative to get your travel insurance in place. Depending on the company, your travel insurance shall cover flight cancellations, damage or loss of baggage and personal items, emergency medical needs, and even accidental death and dismemberment. A good travel insurance will account for only 5% of your ticket price, which is a very small price to pay for your safety while on the road.

7. Blending In With The Locals

travel resolutions for 2018: Blend In With The Locals

Travelers are usually skeptical of meeting new people in a foreign land. “What if he’s a thug?” “What if he robs me?” “What if he’s not friendly?” Get over your assumptions on what people might be. Instead, take a step forward and find out! You’ll be surprised as to how friendly and welcoming people can be in other parts of the world. Got invited to a party or dinner? Don’t hesitate to join in!

8. More Road Trips

Car ride on the extensive motorway and widespread coastal roads of Mauritius

Road trips are a great way of exploring not just the destination you plan to visit, but all the ones falling in between. Though more time consuming, road journeys are a more enjoyable way of travel than flights and trains. It lets you explore more places en route, meet new people, bond with your friends and family, experience the changing landscapes, and the best part – go wherever you want to go!

9. Making Use Of Long Weekends

travel resolutions for 2018: Make Use Of All Long Weekends

Short of leaves and holidays for long vacations? No worries. There are plenty of long weekends in 2018 that you can use to head out. Explore nearby places and witness how different cities and states celebrate major festivals. Short getaways are the best way to refresh yourselves and charge up your energy.

10. Traveling Responsibly

travel resolutions for 2018: Travel Responsibly

The reason many beach destinations are now being tagged as ‘polluted’ is only because of us travelers. We take home happy memories and pretty souvenirs and leave behind a pile of broken bottles and plastic bags for others to cut themselves over. This year, say no to polluting the destination you’re visiting, and stick to local laws enforced to ensure cleanliness and hygiene.


With these travel resolutions to make for 2018, you’re guaranteed to turn this year around and explore more of this world than you ever did! So, take a pledge to abide by these and kickstart this year with some frenzy and a lot of fun! Know of any more travel resolutions for 2018? Pop them in the comments below.

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