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Wednesday, 24 July 2013

5 favourite international destinations for Indians: From Alps to the Great Wall

Nothing gives you greater satisfaction than having taken your sons and daughters (along with their mommy) to an international destination. And with some splendid holidays packages available at shoe string budgets, the demand for such vacations have been growing like mushrooms. So, without further adieu, here are the 5 favourite international destinations for Indians (in no ranking order):

Switzerland: Switzerland enjoys an indomitable command on the heart of all Indians. We have grown up watching Bollywood actresses gyrating on the snowy mountains of the Swiss Alps. Honeymooners who are willing to splurge always choose the Swiss countryside as their preferred post-wedding destination.




Dubai: Dubai has the tallest landmark in the world (Burj Khalifa) and the largest mall on the planet (Dubai Mall) and the only 7-star hotel on Earth (Burj Al Arab). Therefore, it is no surprise that this desert destination is on every Indian’s lips these days! Plus, it is just a short distance away from India and has relaxed some of its stringent rules.


Singapore: Singapore is a favored international destination for two reasons. Firstly, it is a one-roof destination, having beaches, markets, wildlife parks and every other thing you could ask for. Secondly, Singapore holiday packages from India come at very cheap rates. So, budget-friendly clients choose this country over the rest of the world.


Colombo, Sri Lanka: If you want to stay somewhere close, then the Indian peninsula offers Colombo which has emerged, of late, as a very satisfying destination. With lots of temples and wildlife parks in its kitty, it sure is a winner!


China: China is the dark horse in this list. Indian backpackers are still warming up to the idea of holidaying in this country, but it is quite apparent that the tourist count has been on the rise for the past 4 years. Before long, China is likely to leapfrog some of its other Asian rivals! And the greatest reason to visit China? Well, you should check out the ‘Great Wall’ before you die!

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