*Trip to India is Must*

Jaipur
Jaipur is  popularly known as the Pink City of India. It is the largest city in the state of Rajasthan and it is also the capital of Rajasthan. The pink city is Known for Hawa Mahal, Jal Mahal, Amer Fort, Jantar Mantar and several other places to visit, Jaipur has numerous stories to tell. Each place has a history of its own. When you are in  Jaipur, you will never be out of the food options that you can try. In jaipur there is a lot of stuff that you can buy, There are many unique items of Jaipur that you will not find anywhere else like Meenakari Work Items, Mojris, Blue Pottery,  lac Bangle and many more. It also hosts several attractions including the City Palace, Govind Dev ji Temple, Vidhan Sabha and Birla Temple.

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Chikmagalur
Chikmagalur is a hill station in Karnataka, a state in southwest India. It is one of the best places in Karnataka for a tranquil retreat.  Lush green mountains, trekking trails, waterfalls, temples and wildlife sanctuaries. The best time to visit state is from September to March. The beauty of Chikmagalur places attracts several tourists every year. Chikmagalur is famous for a number of reasons. The cultivation of coffee originated from Chikmagalur. The mountain ranges in the Western Ghats are the source of the rivers such as Tunga and Bhadra. One of the highest peaks in Karnataka, the Mullayanagiri is also located in the district. If you want to escape into nature, then there is no better place than the verdant hills of Chikmagalur.

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Srinagar
The city is known for its natural environment, gardens, waterfronts and houseboats. It is the largest city and  Indian union territory of Jammu and Kashmir. It is also known for traditional Kashmiri handicrafts like Kashmir shawls and also dried fruits. There are many religious holy places in Srinagar, it includes Shankaracharya temple, Kheer Bhawani Temple, Holy Family Catholic Church and many more. The city is home to the Sher-i-Kashmir Stadium, where international cricket matches have been played. Shopping in Srinagar is a great experience as there are lots of interesting things to buy like dry fruits and spices as Kashmir is known for its spices and quality dry fruit, Antique silver jewelry, Pashmina Shawls and carpets as Silk carpets are among Kashmir’s most famous creations. Kashmiri Wazwan cuisine is primarily famous for its non-vegetarian dishes and Rogan Josh is its signature dish.

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Phnom Penh

Phnom penh is the bustling capital of Cambodia which is located in southeast asia. The city formerly functioned as a processing centre, with textiles,  machine manufacturing, and rice milling. Phnom Penh is known for the Royal Palace, the National Museum, the Choeng Ek Killing Fields and Wat Phnom, there are several market places selling carvings, paintings, silk, silver, gems and even antiques. Indeed, an ideal destination for a leisurely day tour.

11 best thing’s to do in Phnom Penh

1.  Central Market
     Markets are the places upon which life spins for Cambodia. This place is huge and sells practically anything you require whether you’re a shopping enthusiasts, a tourist interested to be a part of a bustling crowd, or simply to explore, and photograph. A visit to this city would be incomplete without visiting central market.

2.  Royal Palace
     The highlight of Phnom Penh is the beautiful Royal Palace with that golden color.  The visit Cost $10usd per  person. It is really  breathtaking getting to see the beautiful culture of the country and learning about the history.

3.  Wat Phnom
     Wat phnom is the Buddhist temple with a total height of 46 meters equal to the height of feet (150ft). It is surrounded by other statues, flowers, candles and items of devotion and worship. The entry is free if you’re Cambodian and $1 for everyone else, the place is open from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm everyday, it takes maximum 20 minutes to explore the temple.

4.  Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum
     Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum is the memorial site of the S-21 interrogation and detention center of the Khmer Rouge regime. Located in the heart of Phnom Penh, the place is open from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, it takes 2-3 hours to explore the museum. the entry fee is $8 per person and it also accepts mobile tickets also.

5.  The vibe cafe : Scrumptious Meals
     This is the only totally vegetarian restaurant in the Cambodian capital. There are plenty of homemade recipes, At dirt cheap prices, this is your destination for the great and the healthy. It is located in Russian market and opened from 7:30 am to 9:00 pm, so it is a great place to have dinner if you are staying in Phnom Penh city.

6.  The Olympic Market : Fabric Stores
      If you like to buy fabric and you’re visiting Phnom Penh then you must surely head to the Olympic Market. The place is known for offering fantastic colorful fabrics and have numerous fabric stalls where you can find really fine collections. 

7.  Khmer Cooking Classes in Phnom Penh
     If you love to travel and wants to learn the authentic dishes of the country and you’re visiting Phnom Penh then do visit khmer cooking classes to learn to prepare some special Cambodian dishes. You can also carry camera with you but you must need to carry an appron, and you will also get a local market tour and learn about the different vegetables and herbs.

8.  Cambodian living arts – Aspsara and Traditional Khmer Dance
     Cambodian Living Arts is a non-profit organisation that hosts Apsara and traditional Khmer dance performances at the National Museum of Cambodia. Tickets are priced from US$15 and shows are held on Mondays, Wednesdays and weekends from 7pm onwards.

9.  Children park koh pich amusement park
     Children Park Koh Pich is an amusement park at the South Sisowath Quay in Phnom Penh, colourful ways to have fun, including a rollercoaster, a roller skating area and lots of booths where punters try to burst balloons with darts.

10.  Oudongk
       Oudongk is a town at the foot of the hill of the same name approximately 40 km north from Phnom Penh.This site is also famous for cultural patrimonies.

11.  Tour with urban forage
        If you want to get to know the streets and the street food of this amazing and delicious city,You’ll learn a lot about the different neighbourhoods before landing at a great barbecue restaurant for a proper meal after the sampling’s done. Yum! 
  

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COLOMBO

About Colombo

Colombo is the capital of Sri Lanka which is located in south asia. It  has a rich colonial heritage. The city is beautiful place to spend a couple of days just relaxing, indulging in the local food and leisure activities.

Top 3 places to visit in Colombo

1. Gangaramaya Temple

It is one of the most important Buddhist temple in Colombo. The temple architecture and design is the fusion of Chinese, Indian and Thai elements. The tangle carvings on the doors and walls of the temple are remarkable. It is not only the place of Buddhist Worship but it is also the center of learning, old peoples homes, vocational school and an orphanage.

• Timings :- 5:30 am to 10:00 pm
• Price :- LKR 200 per person
• Location :- Gangaramaya Temple, 61 Sri Jinarathana Road, Colombo, Sri Lanka
• Distance from Colombo bus stand :- 4 km
• Entire tour time required :- 45 minutes
• Hotels :- Residence by Uga Escapes
                  Hilton Colombo Residences

2. Galle Face Green

It is an urban park in Colombo. Being the central point of the city, Galle Face Green also has a lot of fun things that you can catch up on, through the day.

1. Watch the sun set  
Where: 56 Colombo- Galle Main Rd, Colombo, Sri Lanka.
2. Eat your heart out at the Galle Face      Green Night Market
Where: Nanas, Galle Face Dr, Colombo 00300, Sri Lanka.
3. Visit the Galle Face Hotel
Where: 2 Galle Rd, Colombo, Sri Lanka.
4. Visit the iconic Galle fort
Where: Galle 80000, Sri Lanka.

• Galle Face Green beach visiting hours :- 9 am to 6 pm

3. Independence Square

Independence Square is a popular stopping place on a city tour so visitors can walk around the structure or relax in the shade of the avenue of mango trees. Close to the Square is the Arcade, a modern shopping mall.

• Where :- Independence Square, Colombo 00700, Sri Lanka
• Timings :- open 24 hours
• Entry fee :- No entry fee

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