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10 Best Homestays In Sydney Where You Can Enjoy A Comfortable Stay & Save Some Bucks!

The Homestays in Sydney, Australia habe become like a boon to many travellers who like to vibe with the realness of a city than roam around like a stranger on an island. Pack your bags and book the most suitable homestay available for your convenience in the beautiful city of Sydney. Now, you will not only have the comfort and convenience, but will live like a local and get a taste of their culture first hand by living with them.

Well, that sums it up, for these 10 homestays will be your perfect resort if you’re heading out for backpacking here or come down for a longer than usual stay, you will know how to feel at home. End of the day, it’s all about how you feel when you get back to your place after spending a day out, for nothing feels good like a home.

1. The Baxley Bondi

The Baxley Bondi

Located in the Bondi district, Sydney, this homestay property available for travellers who need the homely feeling is the best homestay in Sydney. The property features rooms that offer free Wi-Fi which is a major attraction for most of the places you need to pay for it. Also, there is a garden in the property for those who like to engage in gardening. Every room in this property is fitted with a personal fridge so one can have their personal space and not have to share. With most of the important places located not very far from this place, the Bondi Baxley ranks top even though it was built recently in 2018.

Location: 44 Flood Street, Bondi, 2026 Sydney, Australia
Tariff: INR 8000 per night

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2. Cosy Lodge

Cosy Lodge

Situated around 11km away from the Allianz Stadium, this homestay property is close by to many other major destinations. Every room in the guesthouse has a wardrobe and flat screen TV for the accommodators, along with private bathrooms giving the utmost privacy anyone can ask for. The icing on the cake is the availability of continental breakfast daily, that way you do not have to go searching for a place every single day to have a local dish. Although this property has gained likeness of couples, singles too tend to have a nice and comfortable time during their stay.

Location: 44 Forrest Street, 2036 Sydney, Australia
Tariff: INR 12000 per night

3. Hakata Inn Guest House

Hakata Inn Guest House

Located at a 10 mins drive from Brighton Le Sands Beach, the Hakata Inn Guest House is among the most sought-after homestays in Sydney. Every room of this guesthouse offer queen size beds along with a desk and a personal wardrobe. Guests can also avail the shared lounge area for their past time along with TV and a dining area. The specialty of this property is it gives the renters a chance to mingle and interact than staying holed up in one’s room.

Location: 29 the Promenade, 2219 Sydney, Australia

4. Drummond House

Drummond House

Complete with good accommodating and amazing staff, the Drummond House is a go to place in Sydney. A special aspect about this property is with every booking made the Royal Far West aides to the support of developmentally vulnerable children who live in the remote and rural regions of Australia. Apart from this amazing fact, the rooms are fitted with flat screen TV and private bathrooms.

Location: 22 Wentworth Streets, Manly, 2095 Sydney, Australia
Tariff: INR 6000 per night

5. T&M House

T&M House

Situated from 5km away from the Sydney showground, this property features rooms with free Wi-Fi, electric kettle and private bathrooms. This place is known for guests getting a good value of their money compared to other properties in and around the area. Also, you can cancel for free 7 days prior to your scheduled arrival and no prepayment needed.

Location: 16 Jersey Road, 2135 Sydney, Australia
Tariff: INR 7500 per night

6. St Marks Lodge

St Marks Lodge

Situated just 5 min walk away from Coogee Beach, St Marks Lodge is a beautiful guesthouse with public transport close by, spacious guestrooms and free Wi-Fi. This property is suitable for not just travellers, but also for students who go to the University of NSW, staff working at Prince of Wales Hospital and the Royal Randwick Racecourse that happens to be 20-minute away.

Location: 37 Rae Street, Randwick, Randwick, 2031 Sydney, Australia
Tariff: INR 6000 per night

7. Sydney Boutique Lodge

Sydney Boutique Lodge

Equipped with coffee machine along with private bathrooms that come with free toiletries, the guests also can avail the free Wifi here. Accommodators can also avail a good view, pass their leisure time on the patio and also have a barbeque session if needed. Feels like home already? Well, we guessed so.

Location: 142 Wyndham Street, 2015 Sydney, Australia
Tariff: INR 6000 per night

8. Vivian’s House

Vivian's House

If you are a barbeque lover then you should head straight to Vivian’s House, for they have the best barbeque facilities in the area. The autonomy of the entire kitchen makes this property a great place to stay for those who like to cook even when travelling. With a railway station nearby and good availability of public transport, travelling is convenient. Also, you can avail selected rooms that have a fitted kitchen.

Location: 20 Tallawalla St, 2209 Sydney, Australia
Tariff: INR 36000 per night

9. North Ryde Guest House

North Ryde Guest House

Every room in this property has a TV, fresh bed linen and towels for every guest. Just a 6min drive away from Macquarie Hospital, the North Ryde Guest House can avail to share kitchen, communal space, and dining space for a homelier stay than a hotel stay. Also, it offers a free breakfast consisting of biscuits, tea, fruit salad, cake, and coffee.

Location: 22 David Avenue, North Ryde, North Ryde, 2113 Sydney, Australia
Tariff: INR 4500 per night

10. Hotel Welcome Home

Hotel Welcome Home

There are times when living at a homestay makes you homesick. The its and bits like having a balcony and a dining area at home is dearly missed. Well, the Welcome Home homestay property lives by its name. the feeling of a homely stay is absolute to the point here. The rooms have free Wi-Fi, additional bathroom, flat screen tv, dishwasher and a washing machine to ease your troubles and labour. Home it is at Welcome Home.

Location: Alma Street, 2093 Sydney, Australia
Tariff: INR 6000 per night

So do you feel all sorted about finding that perfect budget-friendly homestay for you before planning your Sydney vacation? If yes, then what are you waiting for, go ahead and pack your bags for that much awaited holiday to Australia and experience a memorable time in the land of Kangaroos.

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How To Turn A Friends’ Trip To Ladakh Into An Adventurous Affair

Ninad had yearned to witness those overpowering landscapes of Ladakh ever since he had seen them on the internet. When he finally had the chance, he roped in 2 friends, booked a 7 nights 8 days Ladakh tour package, and set off to make memories! Read the full account of his fun-filled escapade.

Trip Duration: 7 Nights 8 Days
Trip Cost: INR 71,900/-
Agent Name: Kailash Expeditions
Inclusions: Airport Transfers, Accommodation, Breakfast & Dinner, Sightseeing, Watersports
Exclusions: Flights, Entry Tickets, Lunch & Dinner, Adventure Activities

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ninad at rancho school in ladakh

ninad ladakh views from flight

For me, travel is mostly about discovering new places and meeting new people. Each destination has something unique to teach about the world we are a part of! I like to visit places that entice me as long as the important factors are being met – availability of flights, budget, and whether my work is permitting me to travel or not. For me, travel is not just about visiting new cities and countries, but also exploring every bit of my home town Goa. I usually travel with my family, but also like to escape to a destination with my gang once in a while. I am currently planning a trip to Madikeri in Coorg with my family in the coming Diwali vacations.

Though I don’t have a lengthy bucket list, Ladakh was one place I had always wanted to visit since the moment I had seen its pictures. In fact, my yearning was such that I had decided to go solo had my friends backed out of the plan. Luckily they didn’t, and that made my trip all the more memorable!

After a successful and joyous trip to Thailand with TravelTriangle, I knew I didn’t have to go anywhere else looking for a Ladakh travel package. So I sent in a query and was checking away quotes sent by different travelers within hours. I closed the deal with Kailash Expeditions since they offered me everything I wanted to experience on my trip at the best price.

Once the payment had been made and the bags had been packed, I and my 2 friends set out on a scintillating journey to the cold, yet picturesque landscapes of Ladakh. Upon reaching, we hired Royal Enfields and set about taming the tough trails and landscapes of Ladakh.

ninad friend before ladakh landscapes

ninad ladakh trip views from flight

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ninad at magnetic hill in ladakh

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ninad at drass war memorial in ladakh

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Day 1: Arrival in Leh via flight from Delhi | Day at leisure to acclimatize to Ladakh’s climate
Day 2: Hall of Fame | Dras War Memorial | Indus – Zanskar confluence point | Alchi Gompa & Lamayuru Monastery | Magnetic Hill | Gurudwara Pathar Sahib | Return to hotel in Leh
Day 3: Ride to Nubra Valley via Khardung La – the highest motorable road in the world | Enjoyed snow near Khardung La bottom | Diskit Monastery | Camel Safari in Nubra Valley | Overnight stay in tents at Hundar
Day 4: ATV ride at Sand Dune Leisure Park in Nubra | Saw Hot Water Springs in Panamik | Back to hotel in Leh for overnight stay
Day 5: Ride to Pangong via Changla Pass | Saw cute Himalayan Marmot | Reached Pangong Lake by late afternoon | Overnight stay in camps near Pangong
Day 6: Enjoyed early-morning scenic views of Pangong Lake | Return journey from Pangong via Changla Pass | Shey Palace | Thiksey Monastery | Spituk Monastery | Overnight stay at hotel in Leh
Day 7: Leisure Day | Shopping in the market in Changspa, Leh – bought apricots (INR 200/-) and customised tee shirts | Lunch at World Garden Cafe | Overnight stay at hotel in Leh
Day 8: Flight to Srinagar | Visited Dal Lake | Flight back to Goa

Out of all the things I did on my holiday in Ladakh, there were a select few that I simply fell in love with. I would recommend travelers to not miss out on the following activities and experiences in Ladakh, especially on an all-boys-trip like mine!

Engage in a fun ATV ride in Nubra

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ninad at nubra valley with friends

ninad posing on two atv bikes

ninad riding atv bikes in ladakh

ninad riding atv bikes in nubra

ninad tents in ladakh in nubra

The ride cost us a total of INR 1,000/- for a distance of 2 km, while the original price was INR 1,200/-. One should definitely bargain a little if they wish to indulge in this activity. But no matter what you pay, the thrill you’ll experience while riding the tough deserts of Nubra on this quad bike is worth it all! It’s a must for all adventure seekers and even kids who visit Ladakh, considering it’s highly enjoyable as well as easy.

Ride a camel across the picture-perfect deserts of Nubra

ninad riding bicycle with a local in ladakh

ninad lying on desert in nubra

ninad riding camel in nubra

ninad with camels in ladakh

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ninad at chang la in ladakh

ninad meets a marmot in ladakh

It’s a sin to compare a camel safari experience in Nubra with that of, say, Rajasthan and Gujarat. It’s a completely different experience in the deserts of Nubra, right down to the type of camels you’d encounter to the scenic views of the desert and beyond that your eyes will be treated to! Riding the bushy, double humped Bactrian camels on a friends trip to Ladakh amid the stunning landscapes of Nubra Valley with its unending expanse of barren deserts and bordered by poster-like bare mountains is nothing less than nirvana. We paid INR 250/- for a 15-minute camel safari. One must also check out the scenic apricot orchards while here.

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Play with snow at Khardung La

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ninad biking away in ladakh

ninad and friend outside hotel

ninad enjoying snow

ninad at khardung la

ninad views of ladakh road

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Nothing can beat the joy of riding on the highest motorable road in the world at Khardung La. Add to it the 360 degree panoramic views of the snowy landscapes around and it will take your breath away! (Like, literally, if you stay here for too long!) Upon getting down from there on your way to Nubra, you’ll come across a beautiful area where you can take a halt and enjoy being in the knee deep snow. We stayed here for some time, clicked pictures, and though we didn’t exactly ‘play’ with snow, we saw the absolutely euphoric faces of people who did and that was enough to tell us how the experience must be!

Visit religious sanctums for their peaceful aura & gorgeous architecture

ninad and friend outside gurudwara

ninad near a monastery in ladakh

ninad near diskit monastery

ninad near monastery and huge Buddha statue

ninad at hemis monastery

ninad at spituk monastery

ninad at spituk monastery in ladakh

Though I am not a very religious person, the breathtaking architecture of the many monasteries and other religious sanctums in Ladakh compelled me to pay them a visit. I saw most of them from the outside, and that was enough to put me in a trance! On my 8 days friends trip to Ladakh, I visited the following religious shrines – Alchi Gompa, Lamayuru Monastery, Diskit Monastery, Thiksey Monastery, Spituk Monastery, and Gurudwara Pathar Sahib.

Dine at the World Garden Cafe

A plush little restaurant with a cosy ambiance on Changspa road, World Garden Cafe is a must visit on a holiday in Ladakh for every foodie. The cafe offers delicious food at affordable rates and deals in cuisines like Tibetan, Italian, and Israeli.

Gaze at the breathtaking early-morning panoramas of Pangong Lake

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ninad on the way to pangong lake

ninad enjoying scenic views at pangong

ninad jumping at pangong lake

ninad and friend jumping near pangong lake

ninad posing at pangong lake

ninad and friend sitting near pangong lake

Pangong Lake is beautiful regardless of what time of the day it is, but it transforms into an absolutely stunning spectacle early in the morning. The experience of waking up to the heavenly panoramas of Pangong Lake gave us goosebumps! In fact, I feel that Pangong Lake can give the beaches of Goa a run for their money any day!

While on the beach, we encountered various local agents offering scooty rides for INR 30/- to let one have the ‘3 Idiots’ kind of experience! They even had arrangements for female travelers to dress up in Kereena’s wedding outfit from 3 Idiots and get pictures clicked while riding a scooty across the white expanse of Pangong. The entire scenario of people dressing up as ‘Kareena‘ and riding a scooty was rather amusing. Don’t forget to visit the vivid Rancho School on your way back to Leh from Nubra.

Tips & recommendations for travelers who visit Ladakh in the future

  • It is highly advisable to carry oxygen cylinders while going to Nubra, as the place is at a considerably high altitude with a scarcity of oxygen.
  • Do not stay at Khardung La top for more than 15 minutes, as a scarcity of oxygen can cause severe breathing problems.
  • Toilets are in a very bad condition all across Ladakh, so carry sufficient amount of toiletries.
  • The roads too are in a very bad shape throughout Ladakh, so drive/ride carefully. Also, patients with back problems are not advised to ride a bike in Ladakh as the consistently bumpy rides can cause severe problems later.
  • While booking tents/camps in Pangong and Hundar, make sure you book deluxe tents as they are way better than standard tents in keeping the cold away.
  • Do not underestimate the climate of Ladakh. Carry layers and layers of thermals to keep the biting cold at bay.
  • Carry rum too if you can (not kidding)! It’ll help phenomenally in keeping you warm. You can carry some from your home destination as rum in Ladakh can be as expensive as INR 700/-.
  • Don’t indulge in an ATV ride near Magnetic Hill, as the area is rough and rocky and you won’t enjoy the experience. Nubra Valley is best for ATV rides.
  • The Hot Water Springs in Panamik INR 30/- per person) are relatively unclean and not well maintained, so be careful when you tread in that water!
  • Himalayan Marmots have a strictly organic diet comprising of things like grass, berries, etc. It is not advised to feed them anything else as it triggers an addiction and eventually kills them when they don’t find the same.
  • Try opting for a group trip to Ladakh as it helps distribute the expenses and lets one conveniently enjoy Ladakh on a budget!
  • No network other than BSNL works in Ladakh as per what I figured. Also, WiFi connectivity is extremely poor throughout Ladakh. So make arrangements accordingly.
  • Book your package from Kailash Expeditions as they will help make your trip as comfortable and memorable as possible at the most affordable rates.

ninad posing in leh, ladakh

ninad riding bike across ladakh

ninad on a visit to war memorial

ninad at war museum in ladakh

ninad posing outside war memorial ladakh

ninad on a visit to drass war memorial in ladakh

Ladakh was more beautiful than I had ever imagined. Mere pictures can never completely capture it’s beauty. The desktop-wallpaper landscapes, breathtaking architecture, and friendly people make Ladakh an indispensable part of every traveler’s bucket list.

Our WOW Moments: Camel Safari & ATV Ride in Nubra | Pangong Lake | Snow at Khardung La | The vivid monasteries and shrines | The friendly, helpful locals | Encountering a marmot | The scenic beauty everywhere in Ladakh

Our Not So WOW Moments: Lack of maintenance and cleanliness at various places, especially toilets | The bad condition of roads | The poor quality of food at various places

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Love, Peace & Beauty: The Winter Wonderland Experience On Our Honeymoon Trip To Northeast

Our honeymoon trip to northeast was full of love, peace, and amazing experiences. On our most special trip, we wanted to visit the hills and the cities of Gangtok and Darjeeling proved to be perfect when we researched about them. So all that we needed was a good package and that too was taken care of by Travel triangle when we stumbled upon their website while searching for deals on Google.

TravelTriangle gave us a customized package that included everything that we wanted and was as per our budget. After getting multiple quotes for it from their various agents on board, we selected one and were now all sorted when it came to our honeymoon trip to northeast.

Trip Type: Honeymoon
Duration: 5 Nights 6 Days
Cost: INR 35500
Inclusions: Hotels (Breakfast), Transport (including private cab), Sightseeing, Parking, and GST
Exclusions: Lunch, Dinner, Entry Fee, Train Tickets, and Personal Expenses

Day 1: Arrival in Darjeeling

reached to Darjeeling

Upon our arrival at the NJP station in Siliguri in West Bengal, we were received by our driver cum guide for the trip. We soon boarded the cab and headed towards Darjeeling. It was a 70 km ride and it took us around 3 hours to reach. By the time, we checked into our hotel, it was almost night and post some dinner, we decided to call it a night. Overall, even though it was a bit tiring due to travel we enjoyed the day since we could witness the beautiful sceneries from the window of our car.

Day 2: A glorious sunset and some great sightseeing!

visiting to the tea gardens

sightseeing of the gardens

visited to the monastrey

visiting to the temple

visited to the ghoom monastrey

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get the perfect view of the mountains

We got up early morning today to witness the sunrise from the Tiger Hill over Mt. Khangchendzongha and it was every bit specaturlar as they say. Later while we were returning to our hotel, we also visited the Ghoom Monastery and Batasia Loop. Both the places were nice additions to the day. Later in the day, we saw many more places like Himalayan Mountaineering Institute, Tenzing Rock, and Tea Garden, Japanese Temple, and Ropeway. Overall, this was a good day for us and one one of the points that I particularly liked was that our driver was extremely helpful and understood us very well.

Day 3: The Kalimpong experience

with the scenic beauty of waterfall

the waterfall

spectacular beauty of the place

overview of the city

We visited another hill station today, Kalimpong and it was an okay experience for us. The drive to this place was scenic but apart from temples and a few other places, we found there was nothing much of interest there. I would recommend people who don’t like visiting temples to skip this one on your northeast trip. But yes, the place was beautiful nonetheless.

Day 4: The many wonders of Gangtok

enjoying the company of two of us

spent some time

beautiful view of the place

amazing view of the valley

enjoying the sunny weather

beautiful temple

view of the temple

Institute of Tibetology

at the Tibetology

beautiful view of the city

Today post breakfast at the hotel, we began our journey towards Gangtok. Upon reaching there and checking into our room, we proceeded for a half day city tour. We visited many places and these included Institute of Tibetology, Enchey Monastery, and Handicrafts centre among others. Later, we checked back into our hotel and enjoyed the rest of the evening enjoying the many facilities that the property offered.

Day 5: Tsomgo Lake and some late night adventure

on the way of Tsomgo Lake

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freezed Tsomgo Lake

yak ride

enjoying the Gangtok visit in winter

fun experience

spectacular experience

had a fun experience

enjoyed the view

baba mandir

having fun on the tour

captured every moment of the trip

amazing view of the hills

breathtaking view

raom around the streets at night

experience the nightlife of the city

witness the nightlife of the city

We visited the Tsomgo Lake today and it was a spectacular experience. The lake was around 55 km away from Gangtok and it was a wonderful ride. Upon reaching there, we visited the famous Baba Mandir first and then enjoyed the views of the lake. The yak ride that we had there was also a really fun experience. Later back in Gangtok, we spent our last night roaming on the MG Road eating and having fun. This was a nice touch to our final day.

Day 6: Goodbye, Northeast!

This was our last day and post breakfast, we set out on the journey back to the airport to reach our home.

Overall our honeymoon trip to the northeast was a delightful affair. From the snowy mountains to the sightseeing to amazing moments that we spent together – everything was perfect. Travel triangle also played a great part in organizing our trip and their agents were well connected with us throughout.

Best Experiences

Lake Tsomgo experience, Darjeeling morning view, Rock garden, Ganesh tok, the greenery in Sikkim and Lovers point

Not So Great Experiences

Although Kalimpong was a great place, we feel it did not suit our palette. We could have swapped it for something else since there were only temples there.

The TravelTriangle Touch

Our experience with TravelTriangle was quite good and thanks to them, we could get our trip planned in an organized and budget friendly manner.

Safina and her husband loved their peaceful, romantic, and wondrous honeymoon trip to the northeast. If you too would want to plan the same with your loved one, then choose the best Northeast Package of your choice and let TravelTriangle build you a customized package.

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Rinchen Cafeteria, The World’s Highest, Is An Ultimate Saviour For The Adventurous Foodie In You!

For every adventure junkie, Ladakh is the topmost destination to be ticked-off from the bucket list. Isn’t it? From the scenic landscapes to the steep and rough trails, this region of India is a place straight out of a painted scenery. The name of Ladakh is synonymous to the adventurous road trip over the Khardungla Pass which is considered to be “highest motorable road in the world”. But apart from this can you imagine yourself sipping hot coffee sitting at a height of 18,360 feet above sea level?

Finding a cafe at this height might sound like a dream, but India is a country known as the land of the most unusual things. Amidst the picturesque landscapes of Ladakh lies the Rinchen Cafeteria which is a gem in its own way as it is the highest cafeteria in the world.

Rinchen Cafeteria

Maintained by the army officers, this cafe is named after Col. Chewang Rinchen who had a major role in the mission of seizing Pakistan occupied Kashmir. In the wilderness of the snow-covered landscapes, this cafe is truly a savior for the travelers who wish to hog down a plate of Maggi or momos along with a cup of hot coffee.

The architecture of the cafe might not be that appealing, but its walls reflect the simple lifestyle of Ladakh. Apart from this the interiors of the cafe showcase the discipline of the army life. And while you enter the cafe don’t miss out the chance to read the history of Maggi. Yes! you read that right.

And the height of incredibility doesn’t end here, because Ladakh also boasts the Hikkim Branch (world’s highest post office) and also the highest Axis Bank ATM in the world.

So, do you get that urge to capture the landscapes of Ladakh while enjoying your all-time favorite Maggi at this local cafeteria settled at the peak? If your heart says yes, then pack your bags and plan the most adventurous Ladakh trip with TravelTriangle!

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Munich In Summer: Your Personal Guide For A Soothing Germany Vacay In 2019

Munich, the capital of Bavaria in Germany, is also often called the northernmost city of Italy since its summer is often similar to the places in Southern Europe. The warm summers really make it ideal for exploring the city for long hours without feeling worn out. The sun stays up for long and the weather is quite comfortable to explore the city and its surrounding by a bike or by walking.

Munich has numerous parks, gardens, open-air markets, churches, palaces, museums, and a whole lot of other things to explore. The city has a rich history and it is not possible to get to know Munich properly in a short trip. Those who are planning to go to Munich in summer can get to know the details here.

Best Time To Visit Munich

The best time to visit Munich is during the summer and early autumn, that is the period between May and October. After winter ends, the famous Fasching festival is celebrated and at the beginning of the summer, the gates of the beer gardens are opened to the public. The famous Oktoberfest is held during the last two weeks of September. Oktoberfest is something that sets Munich apart from the rest of the German cities. During this time, the entire city turns into a huge bar, and it’s actually hard to find a sober person in sight. A summer trip to Munich can be fun, exciting as well as relaxing.

Munich Weather In Summer

Munich in summer can be quite hot at times. However, extreme temperatures do not last very long. During June, July, and August, the maximum temperature can be as high as thirty degrees Celsius. Often these warm days are followed by cool rain showers. Even during July and August, sunshine is not always guaranteed and there is occasional rainfall. You will need to carry an umbrella or a rain jacket to avoid getting drenched. However, do not let this depress you since Munich looks beautiful in the rain too.

Planning of visiting Munich in Summer? Here are some of the places in Munich that you should visit this summer. Take a look!

1. Royal Castles Of Neuschwanstein And Linderhof

Royal Castles Of Neuschwanstein And Linderhof

Castles in and around Munich offer the best day trips from Munich in summer. You can see medieval villages, catch a glimpse of the Bavarian Alps and explore the dreamy fairy-tale castles. The castles are famous for their neo-Roman style architecture. The places are quite convenient to reach using public transport and you can opt for both solo or guided trips. There are multiple guided day trips that take place during this time of the year. The summer months provide ample sunshine and multiple photo opportunities.

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2. English Garden

English Garden

The biggest attraction of Munich is undoubtedly the English Garden that comes with the scenic rolling landscapes of the English countryside. There is a Japanese tea house, a Green Temple, and a Chinese Pagoda too. This 900-acre park along the Isar river is popular among tourists as well as locals all throughout the year. Cyclists and joggers get almost eighty kilometers to ride or run, which makes for a perfect workout. There are also options for numerous leisure time activities. The beautiful vista that has the rolling hills was added later in 1972.

3. Marienplatz

Marienplatz

Marienplatz is a mandatory part of the best Munich tours in summer. This public square is filled with places to explore and has been a prominent part of the city throughout history. The vibrant place is filled with restaurants, shopping places, and even historic buildings. There is the New Town Hall, the Old Town Hall, the Glockenspiel and the Column of St. Mary. So, are you planning to visit Munich in summeranytime soon?

4. Rosengarten

Rosengarten

The Rosengarten or the Rose Garden is a not-so-popular place in the city where you can see all kinds of roses. It is located just by Schyrenbad and is a part of the Baumschule Bischweiler. You can spend time playing frisbee or just sitting in a chair, reading a book. It is a quiet place to chill and read without anyone disturbing you. So, are you ready to soak in more bliss at this gorgeous place amid the scenic bounty of nature?

5. The New Botanic Garden

The New Botanic Garden

Munich’s famous Botanic Garden started in 1915. It is an 18-hectare property with over fourteen thousand different species. The tropical greenhouse and the Alpium are places in the garden which are particularly beautiful. In greenhouse 4, you can see different colorful species of butterflies flying around freely. This place will surely woo your senses while you’re out and about in the charming land to visit Munich in summer!

6. Munich’s Lakes

Munich's Lakes

Munich has a few lakes nearby. You can easily get to them by bicycle. Lakes like the Fasaneriesee, Lerchenauer See, and the Feldmochinger See are quite well connected. You can sunbathe at the adjacent beaches or even go for a swim. During peak summer, you can also drive to Lußsee And Langwieder See. There are some lakes that you can explore right outside the city of Munich, Germany in summer too.

There are a lot of things that you can do in Munich in the summer. Here are some of them that you can enjoy in Munich on your next soothing holiday with the loved ones!

1. Picnic

Picnic

Munich’s beautiful parks provide you with the best picnic opportunities. You can enjoy the summer sun, or even go on long walks. Most of the parks are quite beautiful and well maintained. And what’s best is that there is no shortage of picture-perfect frames. The number of places that Munich has to offer is endless. You can visit the West Park, the Olympia Berg, Gärtnerplatz, a beer garden or just go to the Isar river banks for a picnic. The Schlosspark Nymphenburg, as well as the Botanical Garden, are also great places to spend the summer morning.

2. Beer Gardens

Beer Gardens

Munich is famous for its beer. You can sit under the shade of the chestnut trees and enjoy a cool beer with the summer sun warming you up. You can visit the Seehaus garden and the Michaeligarten to enjoy a beer by the water. If you fancy indoor locations, then you will appreciate beer halls like the Augustiner Keller. The AugustinerBräustuben is another beer hall that is not frequented by tourists. This is surely one of the best things to do while you travel Munich in summer!

3. Bike

Bike

Many regions of Germany are quite bike-friendly and Munich is one of them. Touring Munich on a bike is quite a pleasure. Moreover, there are guided bike tours which you can take to know more about the city as your ride around. You can ride by the Isar, you can go to places in the north such as Freising, Moosburg, or Landshut, and in the south, you can go up to Wolfratshausenor Bad Hölz.

4. Outdoor Bath

Outdoor Bath

Munich also has a bunch of outdoor baths. They are an excellent alternative to taking a dip in the Isar or going to one of the lakes nearby. You do have to pay an entrance fee and stand in a queue before entering these outdoor baths, but these are a lot more fun. Naturbad Maria Einsiedel is a natural outdoor bath that is fed by the water from the Isar in Germany, Europe. There are a lot of others too. A few notable ones are Michaelibad, Ungererbad, Prinzregentenbad, and Schyrenbad.

5. Rubber Boat

Rubber Boat

Rafting on the Isar river is a common summer activity. You can take a 28-kilometer-long ride down the Isar river in an inflatable rubber boat. You can go from the S-Bahn all the way down to Wolfratshausen. The trip is definitely worth your time. A boat can usually accommodate four people and the good news is that you carry your beer too.

6. Open-Air Farmers Markets

Fruits Produce Farmers Market Vegetables Fresh

The Viktualienmarkt is one of the largest open-air markets in Munich that dates back to the early 1800s. The booths are well decorated with fresh fruits and vegetables that you can buy at extremely low prices. You can also buy meat, cheese, sausages, freshly squeezed juices, and a whole lot more. One of the city’s best beer gardens is also close by. So, after you are done shopping you can drop by to enjoy a pint of beer in the sun.

There are many things to do in Munich in the summer. Summer in Munich can be quite fun because of the beer parks that open up during this time. There are also a lot of parks that open its gates during summer. Here are some of the festivals that are celebrated in Munich during summer.

1. Sommer Tollywood

Sommer Tollywood

For those who love performing arts, sommer Tollywood is the best place to go to. For three weeks in July, the Olympia Park is transformed into a makeshift village with colorful tents and live stages. Generally open from late June to early July, the festival is renowned for its musical acts and circus performances. Moreover, there are theatrical performances too. Foodies will be glad to know that there are also culinary delicacies where you can try out the local food. People can also shop for local arts and crafts, handcrafted jewelry, and more.

2. Kocherlball

Kocherlball

Kocherlball or Cook Ball is held on the third Sunday of July in the famous English Garden of Munich. A tradition since the 19th century is still continued till date where all the servants, cooks, nannies and other household helpers of the city gather in the early Sunday morning to dance. It takes place near the Chinese Tower. It was banned from 1904 till 1989. But now, the party is bigger than ever. The festival starts at 6 AM and is a great way to experience the old glory of Munich.

3. Auer Dult

Auer Dult

Held in the months of May, August, and October, the Auer Dult is a traditional market that takes place thrice a year. You can find the fair in Mariahilfplatz. There are over 300 stalls, selling food products, handcrafted items, clothing and more. You can also shop old books and other rarities. It’s also a great place for children as they can have a gala time on the merry-go-rounds and bumper cars. These seasonal events are perfect for spending time with family.

4. Oktoberfest

Oktoberfest

Even though it is not strictly a summer festival, Oktoberfest is what sets Munich apart. The 16-day fest is filled with rides, games, carnivals, food and most importantly, Bavarian beer. So, if you are visiting Munich by the end of summer, plan your trip in a way so that you stay a few days to enjoy Oktoberfest. You must not miss it!

Even though Munich can get hot during summer days, it is important to keep your rain jacket or your umbrella handy. Since the summer sun can be quite scorching at times, always use sunscreen, especially when you are going to the pools. Have a great vacation! Plan your trip to Europe for an enthralling holiday experience with your loved ones like never before!

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Ditch Those Pricey Taxis! The New Goa Airport Ferry Will Get You Around In Half The Time

After what seems like months and months of waiting, Goa’s Dabolim Airport finally has a ferry terminal of its own. In fact it’s already showing off its two catamarans connecting Dabolim airport to Panjim and Sinquerim a few miles up north. Nitin Gadkari, the Union Minister of Road Transport & Highways, Shipping & Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation, had launched the terminal only last week and had even announced that more connections were underway.

Located at the Baina beach, this ferry terminal is just 5 km from the airport. The great part is that the terminal is accessible by a shuttle service that is free of cost!

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The airport ferry will connect the following places:
First Phase:

  • Panjim (from Dabolim)
  • Sinquerim

If you wish to visit places like Candolim, Calangute, and other popular beaches in North Goa, you can simply drive to them from the Sinquerim port.

Second Phase:

  • Baga
  • Chapora
  • Palolem
  • Mobor

Other than these, the ferry will also connect various other beaches in South Goa.

Drishti Marine is operating the airport ferry service in Goa and they have employed a 40-seater and a 30-seater catamaran for the job. You can book yourself a ticket for the Goa airport ferry through Drishti Marine’s website.

The prices for the ferry tickets are as follows:
Airport Ferry Terminal to Panaji: INR 800 (Economy Class)

Airport Ferry Terminal to Panaji ferry route

Panaji to Sinquerim: INR 200 (Economy Class)

Panaji to Sinquerim ferry route

Note: Ferries to both these routes are available at a 50% promotional discount right now!

So, the next time you find yourself turned down by those expensive Goan taxis at the airport, book yourself a seat on this beautiful ferry instantly! It may not be cheaper than the cabs but it’ll definitely offer you a splendid cruising experience and better scenic views that those pricey taxis!

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12 Barcelona Travel Tips You Would Need To Know The City Better

Barcelona is the Cosmopolitan Capital of the Spain’s Catalonia region. The place is quite famous for its art and architecture. The architecture here is really awe inspiring and some of the architecture is even quite ancient. So if you are someone who is interested in art, then Barcelona has a lot to offer you. And for those who love partying, Barcelona has some of the most happening nightclubs that you can visit. Apart from these, the beaches here are quite stunning. You can spend hours there unwinding and relaxing. So make sure you pack your beach wear and carry a lot of sunscreens! These are the most popular destinations that you can visit in Barcelona. But apart from these there are many locations situated in the interiors of the city and some around the city which you should not miss out on.

Kudos on choosing one of the most popular and beautiful vacation destinations, Barcelona! So you have completed the difficult task of choosing a destination for your holiday. But what next? If you are confused about how to plan your entire trip to Barcelona and what things to keep in mind, then the list compiled by us will serve the purpose. We present some of the tips that you should keep in mind while travelling to Barcelona.

1. Booking Tickets

Bus view

Barcelona is a popular tourist destination. Hence the tickets get booked quite fast. So what you have to do is, plan your trip well in advance, choose dates wisely and then book tickets as soon as possible. This is about the flight tickets. But you should even try to book tickets for certain tourist sites in advance if it is feasible. Amusement parks are something where you can book the ticket in advance. So try to take advantage of that and book your tickets so that you don’t miss out on any of the wonderful things that Barcelona has to offer you.

Most of the touristy locations at Barcelona do provide the facility of booking your tickets online. So all you have to do id book the tickets online and go collect the tickets from the site and skip the line. This makes it very time efficient and no time is wasted by standing in long queues.

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2. Language Book

Language Book

Barcelona has two languages that are spoken. One is Spanish and the other Catalan. Though both languages roughly sound similar but they have different roots. If you are going to Barcelona it is a good idea that you carry a language book that is usually available in book stores. This will come in quite handy if you are in need of help and want to ask something. The book is your pass that will enable you to interact with the locals and make new friends. Now days there are many apps that also offer translation facility. So make sure you explore all the options you have.

3. Don’t rush

Don't rush

The city Barcelona is very charming. And you have a lot of places to explore. But don’t rush into things. Spend some time at the locations that you are visiting. It is practically impossible for you to fit in a lot of touristy sites. And hence do not try to do that. You will not be able to enjoy any place to the fullest. So try to make the most of where you are. Remember then line Quality over Quantity. Make this your motto for your Barcelona Visit.

4. Explore outside Barcelona

Lake view

There are a lot of things to do in Barcelona. But the areas around Barcelona are also equally good and worth visiting. So plan your trip in such way that you include the places that are near Barcelona in your itinerary. If you drive on the coast you will get to the stunning Costa Brava. And if you are in a mood for hiking, you can even go to Montserrat.

5. Use Metro

Metro

The city is very well connected with the metro. And it can be said as the easiest way to commute in Barcelona. The metro even offers a ten trip pass that you can purchase and use. It is economical as well as quite comfortable. But one thing that you have to keep in mind is that certain parts of the metro do shut down after midnight. So plan your trips according to the timings.

6. Do not forget the beach

beach view

Barcelona is an architectural marvel. There are so many stunning architecture centered touristy site that the beach is often sidelined. But make sure that you do make a trip to the beautiful beach that Barcelona has to offer you. Do not make it a rushed trip. Spend some time at the serene beaches and relax. There are many beaches is Barcelona that you can visit. But some of them are quite popular and are hence often crowded. So make sure you choose a beach accordingly.

7. Explore but avoid eating at Las Ramblas

 Las Ramblas

The Las Ramblas is the most popular and the most visited streets of Barcelona. But the restaurants that are here are not the best options to eat good food in Barcelona. You should avoid it at all costs. The simple reason behind this is that the food they serve here is insanely overpriced. And the price you pay for the food does not match the quality at all. If you are spending a bomb on food you expect it to be of certain quality. But that is not the case here. Hence it is a good idea to skip eating here and choose some other place. One thing that will help you to tell whether the restaurant is good are not is the presence of locals inside the restaurants. If you find there are no locals at a eating place, it is in your best interest that you skip the place.

8. Don’t opt for HOHO

Don't opt for HOHO

The hop on hop off tourist bus may sound like a good deal. You get to visit a lot of places in one bus. But mind you, it is not! The first and foremost thing is that the tickets for the bus are quite expensive. Secondly you hardly get to spend any time at the locations. Also the traffic of Barcelona is maddening. So opting for a hop on hop off is not a nice idea.

9. Bargain at the shops

shop view

Bargaining is absolutely normal in Barcelona. So whenever you visit a shop, do not forget to bargain for a product. And in most cases you are going to get a good deal for a product.

10. Keep your personal belongings safely

Lady walking

owing to the popularity of Barcelona it is given that the touristy locations and sites are going to be crowded. And it is at such crowded places that you are going to find pick pockets and purse snatchers. So you have to be extra careful with your belongings when you visit a famous destination like La Rambla. Take special care of your expensive phones and cameras.

Know about the tipping: while in some countries tipping is considered mandatory but here at Barcelona it is not. Most of the time you will not be expected to pay a tip for the service. But even if you want to leave a tip, the amount need not be big.

11. Avoid the taxis from airport

taxi view

Travelling to and fro from airport via a taxi can cost you a lot of money. A good way of saving the money is using the Aero bus service that the airport provides. A bus comes in every five minutes so you don’t even have to wait for a long time. This is the most convenient and budget friendly way of commuting from and to the airport.

12. Adjust like a local

local people

if you want to enjoy Barcelona to the fullest, try to blend in like the local. Eat the kind of cuisine they eat, and eat around the time when they eat. Doing so will give you a much better experience of the city and will help you in understanding the city in a much better way.

A vacation should be hassle free. And for that hassle free vacation, you should be aware about the things you should be doing and things you should not be doing while you are somewhere. And often it is quite difficult to know those things in advance. Hence this list is your holy grail and do not forget to keep the list handy while you are travelling to Barcelona.

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Things To Do On A 5 Days Romantic Trip To Ladakh

Ladakh had always enthralled Lokpal and his better half. So when the time was right, this nature and adventure loving couple booked themselves a 4 night 5 days Ladakh tour package. Here’s the full account of their romantic trip to Ladakh where they witnessed its grandeur with their own eyes.

Trip Type: Romantic
Duration: 4 Nights 5 Days
Trip Cost: INR 28,500/-
Agent Name: Kailash Expeditions
Inclusions: Breakfast & Dinner, Transfers (Airport & Local), Accommodation
Exclusions: Lunch and Entry Tickets

lokpal romantic trip to ladakh: lokpal in ladakh

lokpal romantic trip to ladakh: views of himayalas

Travel means a lot to me. It gives me immense pleasure, mental satisfaction, and peace. It’s always the top priority for me when one is talking about leisure and relaxation.

Being an avid wanderer and a fun loving guy, I love to travel to offbeat locations and indulge in adventures. I prefer to explore places that have an abundance of nature rather than historical monuments and temples.

Ladakh has always been on my bucket list for the amount of adventure and natural splendour it offers. The things to do in Ladakh like bike riding, river rafting, exploring frozen lakes, camel riding over sand dunes, ATV riding, and more such stuff have always intrigued me.

So when the time was right, I decided to embark on a trip to Ladakh with my best travel companion – my wife! I had come across Travel Triangle many times through Facebook Advertisements so I downloaded the TravelTriangle app on PlayStore and sent in a trip query. When I got numerous quotes from different travel agents, I sat down to compare and closed the deal with Kailash Expeditions as they offered me exactly what I wanted.

lokpal romantic trip to ladakh: scenic views of hills

lokpal romantic trip to ladakh: scenic views

Day 1 | 27th September 2017: Aerial Views of Ladakh And Shanti Stupa

lokpal romantic trip to ladakh: statue of buddha in shanti stupa

lokpal romantic trip to ladakh: shanti stupa in leh

lokpal romantic trip to ladakh: monastery in leh

After enjoying marvelous aerial views of Ladakh from our flight, we landed at the Leh Airport and were greeted by the agent’s representative who escorted us to our hotel – Hotel Nature’s Land. It is a beautiful hotel to stay in with tremendous hospitality. The food was also good and everything was as planned and specified to us while booking.

lokpal romantic trip to ladakh: posing

lokpal romantic trip to ladakh: views from stupa

lokpal romantic trip to ladakh: leh

lokpal romantic trip to ladakh: thiksey monastery

After a delicious lunch, we took a short excursion to the Shanti Stupa which was a mesmerising experience. The view of the city of Leh from the top of this sanctum was breathtaking. The rest of the day was at leisure so we simply took some rest in our room.

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Day 2 | 28th September, 2017: Camel Riding on The Cold Nubra Desert

lokpal romantic trip to ladakh: camel riding

After an early breakfast, we proceeded to the Hunder Village. We drove to the Nubra Valley
through the mighty Khardung- La, the world’s highest motorable road at an altitude of 18,380 ft above sea level.

lokpal romantic trip to ladakh: nubra valley

lokpal romantic trip to ladakh: hundar campsite

lokpal romantic trip to ladakh: bactrian camel

lokpal romantic trip to ladakh: nubra cold desert

Here, we encountered snowfall and we discovered the true meaning of ‘Dil Garden Garden Ho Gaya‘! We checked into our campsite – Nature’s Nest Camps and spent some time gazing in awe at the beautiful views from here. In the evening, we enjoyed camel riding on the beautiful sand dunes of Nubra Valley.

lokpal romantic trip to ladakh: nubra scenic views

lokpal romantic trip to ladakh: nubra hills

This is the only place in the world where Bactrian (Double humped) camels can be found. Everyone must surely indulge in this once-in-a-lifetime experience.

Day 3 | 29th September, 2017: River Rafting & ATV Ride

lokpal romantic trip to ladakh with wife

lokpal romantic trip to ladakh: lokpal's wife with ladakh kids

We again had an early breakfast and proceeded for the return journey to Leh via the same route (that is, the Khardung-La pass). What a hectic and adventurous day it was! ATV Riding over the sands at Diskit was truly an exhilarating experience that all travelers need to come to Ladakh for.

lokpal romantic trip to ladakh: atv ride

lokpal romantic trip to ladakh: lokpal at khardungla top

As per the itinerary of our romantic trip to Ladakh, we proceeded to the point of the Indus- Zanskar confluence where we tried river rafting in the Zanskar River till Sangam, an unbeatably adrenaline fueling experience!

lokpal romantic trip to ladakh: war memorial

lokpal romantic trip to ladakh: lokpal and wife at khardungla

lokpal romantic trip to ladakh: lokpal at magnetic hill

Next, we found ourselves drifting towards the Magnetic Hill after we had parked our car at the designated point for the illusion to take effect! Though not as charming as other experiences on our trip to Ladakh, it gave us a tingling, eerie feeling like no other. Later, we visited the Hall of Fame which is a remarkable place on NH-01 at around 5 km from Leh. It was built in the memory of the 1999 Kargil War Victory and martyrdom and surely instilled a sense of calm inside us.

Day 4 | 30th September, 2017: The Striking Blue Waters Of Pangong Tso

lokpal romantic trip to ladakh: riding bike in ladakh

lokpal romantic trip to ladakh: bike ride in ladakh

After a hearty breakfast served at the hotel, we started our journey to Pangong Tso sharp at 7 AM. The 168 km journey took us around 6 hours to cover and we went through the Chang-La Pass, the second highest motorable pass in the world at an altitude of 17,688 ft above sea level.

Lokpal romantic trip to Ladakh: sitting near Pangong tso lake

lokpal romantic trip to ladakh: standing near changla pass

lokpal romantic trip to ladakh: changla pass

The first glimpse of the tranquil, azure blue waters and shaky lakeshores of Pangong Tso are still etched in my mind as if I had visited them yesterday. Such is the power of this place! The beauty of this lake made me realise that booking this 5 days romantic trip to Ladakh was perhaps the best decision of my life!

lokpal romantic trip to ladakh: beautiful pangong lake

lokpal romantic trip to ladakh: lokpal and wife at pangong

The lake came as a great relief after driving on those back-breaking, pathetic roads leading to Pangong Tso from Leh.

Day 5 | 31st September: Departure With Sweet Memories!

lokpal romantic trip to ladakh: bidding goodbye

lokpal romantic trip to ladakh: snowy hills

lokpal romantic trip to ladakh: hall of fame

Our friendly driver-cum guide drove us to the airport in the morning and we boarded our flight for Delhi post bidding this beautiful city goodbye. We returned home with sweet memories of the trip and a yearning to scale those landscapes again someday!

From riding ATV scooters, rafting in tough rivers, to gazing at the picture-perfect environs of Pangong Tso Lake, this truly was a cherishable romantic trip to Ladakh that we would love to experience again!

lokpal romantic trip to ladakh: lokpal and his wife in ladakh

lokpal romantic trip to ladakh: zanskar river

Our WOW Moments on the trip:

  • The aerial views of the Himalayan range
  • The snowfall at Khardungla top
  • The beautiful view of Nubra Valley
  • Bactrian Camel Riding at the beautiful sand dunes surrounded by the Siachen Glacier
  • ATV ride
  • River Rafting at Sangam, world’s highest rafting point
  • Bullet riding in the rough terrains of Himalayas
  • The views of the Pangong Lake

What We Missed Out On: My dream was to travel around Ladakh on my motorcycle

Tips for future travelers:

  • The roads of Ladakh are in a very bad condition, so make arrangements accordingly
  • Book your trip to Ladakh with TravelTriangle but make sure you always stay updated on the progress of the trip plan and maintain constant communication with the TravelTriangle team, other than your agent

Yearning to craft your own tale of adventure and romance in those Instagrammable landscapes of Ladakh? Take inspiration from this adventure-packed journey and book your romantic trip to Ladakh with TravelTriangle right away!

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3 Star Hotels In Vietnam

Vietnam is one of the exotic tourist destinations that are entrenched in the itineraries of backpackers as well as budget travelers. There are a variety of 3 Star Hotels in Vietnam to accommodate influx of tourists. These hotels are adorned with all essential amenities and world class facilities to offer comfortable stay to the tourists. Vietnam is the hottest tourist destination to explore. This place is known for enchanting natural beauty and tranquil village life. Placed in Southeast Asia, this ‘S’ shaped country always remains abuzz with holidaymakers. It is one of the most sought-after tourist destinations across the world and thus offers world travelers an inexpensive and truly iconic destination where they can experience the best of Asia. The majestic beauty of this place draws the attention of tourists from all around the world. Visiting Vietnam is an incredible experience for travelers as this tranquil place has a lot to offer.

Finding hotels in Vietnam is not at all a challenging task as this county boasts variety of accommodation options. These hotels are famed for offering impeccable services and top of the line hospitality. If travelers have an ardent desire to enjoy a delightful staying experience they can opt for 3 Star Hotels in Vietnam and create the memories that linger on.

Hotels in Vietnam are beautifully designed and thus offer top class services and facilities to make travelers’ stay a blissful experience. Kids 11 and under can stay free of cost with adults in hotels like Lao Cai Star Hotel. This can surely cut the expense and make the trip affordable. Apart from this, the rooms of these hotels are warmly decorated to give calm and relaxed feel. These rooms offer panoramic city views so that visitors can enjoy the splendid beauty of the city right from their comfort zone. Paradise Saigon Boutique Hotel and Spa is one such 3 Star Hotels in Vietnam where some rooms have balconies with open air tub in order to add a royal touch. Guests can enjoy tranquil time amidst nature in the relaxed and lush green rooftop garden in Huong Sen Hotel.

3 Star Hotels in Vietnam are loaded with all essential facilities so that travelers can feel like home. A list of facilities offered by these hotels includes tastefully designed rooms with classic furnishing, attached modern bathroom, top-of-the-line room service, airport shuttle, internet connection, parking, flat screen TV, in-room lockers, mini-fridges, mini-bars, laundry service, baggage storage, air conditioning, daily housekeeping, wheelchair accessible entrance, in-house dining and a lot more. Guests can enjoy rejuvenating spa and wellness therapies in several 3 star hotels like Elios Hotel, Silverland Central Hotel, Hurong Sen Hotel and a lot more. Some of the accommodations in Vietnam offer gym facility to their guests so that they can carry out their fitness schedule with ease. Guests can take a dip in the outdoor and indoor swimming pool in the hotels like Saigon Star Hotel, Huong Sen etc.

3 Star Hotels in Vietnam pose as an ideal place to enjoy phenomenal dining experience. These hotels feature in-house restaurant where local and international delicacies are served to the guests in boutique setting. Silverland Central Hotel features trendy rooftop eatery with live music, free breakfast and city views. The chefs of these hotels are extremely talented and thus prepare lip-smacking food to satisfy the craving of the visitors. Only fresh ingredients are used to prepare food so as to add local and authentic touch. Almost all hotels in Vietnam features on-site bar where guests can sip on their favorite beverage, right from tea/ coffee to sensuous cocktails, mocktails, beers, champagne and a lot more. Guests are also offered to have meals in their rooms with their loved ones.

Q1. Can travelers enjoy free wifi at 3 Star Hotels in Vietnam?

A. Yes, all 3 star hotels in this country offer complimentary internet connection so that guests can connected with the world during their vacation.

Q2. Which are some 3 star accommodations that offer free breakfast.

A. Hanoi La Storia Ruby Hotel, Hotel L’Odeon, Silverland Central Hotel, GK Central Hotel, The Airport Hotel etc are some of the 3 star accommodations that offer free breakfast.

Q3. Do all 3 star hotels in Vietnam offer room service?

A. Yes, all 3 star hotels offer excellent room service to their guests in order to offer a memorable and comfortable stay to the gusts.

Q4. Are there any 3 Star Hotels in Vietnam that provide car hire facility?

A. Yes. Several 3 star hotels in Vietnam offer car hire facility to their guests such as Silverland Central Hotel, Hotel L’Odeon, Hanoi La Storia Ruby Hotel, The Airport Hotel and a lot more.

Q5. Name 3-star hotels that offer Jacuzzi facility in Vietnam.

A. The list of 3 star hotels with Jacuzzi facility includes The Airport Hotel, Huong Sen Hotel, Saigon Star Hotel, Lao Cai Star Hotel and many more.

Vietnam is now counted amongst the hottest tourist destination in the Asian continent. This country presents the perfect blend of modern lifestyle and traditional culture. The dazzling views of this destination attract tourists from all over the world. To cater to the travelers’ needs, this place hosts a variety of accommodation options such as Lao Cai Star Hotel, Saigon Star Hotel, Hurong Sen Hotel, Silverland Central Hotel, Hanoi La Storia Ruby Hotel, The Airport Hotel, Elios Hotel, GK Central Hotel, Aristo Saigon Hotel and a lot more. All of these hotels are decorated with all amenities in order to make travelers’ vacation blissful. Travelers can book any of the 3 Star Hotels in Vietnam and collect lifelong memories to cherish.

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Top 8 Wedding Venues In Belgium That Are Just Perfect To Take Your Vows

If you have dreamt of a fairytale destination wedding, then these wedding venues in Belgium are what you should consider for your event. Be it in a castle or a hotel, a small intimate affair or a grand procession, you will find all kinds of banquets and places to host a perfect wedding. If you have proposed your better half and have begun planning your wedding, this list of wedding venues in Belgium will come in handy for finalizing upon the place.

There are many luxurious, comfortable, reasonable Belgium wedding venues.

1. Chateau de Balmoral

Chateau de Balmoral

Chateau de Balmoral wedding venue is located next to the Spa small township. The fortress holds 75 number of people to allocate both inside and outside for wedding gatherings. This wedding place is quite difficult to reach in the town. But it has a wonderful site to look at. With its uniqueness, it highlights the quality of feeling classy among all. There are only chances for only ten numbers of people to live in the nighttime with contemporary bedchamber along with the enormous nuptial dress. Apart from having provisions for only ten numbers of people to live in a night for the wedding they are also facilities for other places nearby for the rest of the people to spend the night without any difficulty.

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2. Sech’ry

Sech'ry

Sech’ry is one of the best destination weddings in Belgium. This wedding venue is spacious and has a big wedding hall. The outer area of the wedding place is also wonderful to look at. Things available there in the hall are comfortable and present-day things with a very low weight. The wedding place has many ideal things with fine shinning on it. The place can hold people in numbers of 50 and 60 at one go. The house is just wonderful with a mountainous view at the backside and the big casement lets the sunlight enter completely giving a more beautiful view to look at. It has a table big in length holding 50 numbers of chairs on it which also throws light on the picture of having a wonderful marriage supper with the guests. It also has a playground for kids and swimming area facilities for the people.

3. Excelsior

Excelsior

Excelsior is a hotel in the city of Brussels that provides a facility for all big and small events in the city. This is also one of the best wedding venues in Brussels Belgium. Facilities available for marriages in the hotel includes big space with soft colors and soft cloths, floors with fine marbles, mirrors are on the partition, good music players, remote control systems, high-speed WiFi and optical fiber, height is 4.2 in m, air-conditioned, and equipped in three phases.

4. Chateau Presseux

Chateau Presseux

A fantasy stronghold called ‘Chateau Presseux’ settled in the Sprimont nature save, arranged between the towns of Luik and Spa. One of the biggest wedding venues in Belgium. Counting the mentor house 60 individuals can stay for the night. You can get hitched in the beautiful Wallonian church, which is a bounce and a skirt far from the home. Each room has been totally reestablished in its very own style. The rooms additionally each have their own ‘theme’. You can host stunning open-air gatherings here, yet you can likewise remain inside in the stately ‘salon’ with its amazing ceiling fixture and incredible perspective of the wonderful valley.

5. The Pand Hotel

The Pand Hotel

This hotel is a four-star hotel situated in the county of history in Belgium at a distance from the gallery of Absolute Art, Basilica and Groeniingemuseum. This is a small hotel with good facilities and is a perfect place for weddings in Bruges Belgium with free WiFi facilities, and other different provisions for washing clothes with dry washing and baby care facilities. The hotel also provides with a bar but has restrictions for smoking and has a work hour of a complete day and car parking by self. Wifi is also free in the gathering areas near it. The hotel has a total of twenty-six rooms with WiFi free zone, televisions, minibars, and hairdryers with many other necessary things for the people.

6. Castle Villa le Boqueteau

Castle Villa le Boqueteau

In the beautiful town of Spa, by means of a great route, you come to the splendid ‘KasteelVilla Le Boqueteau’. From the outside, it doesn’t have all the earmarks of being such expansive, however, once you are inside the rooms and potential outcomes appear to be unending. The manor is by and large totally revamped in the old style, however with a contemporary finish for the coming season. 30 individuals can go through the night. Also, interestingly, there are a lot more activities here! Only a short separation away (100 meters) there is another manor that has a place with a similar proprietor: the roomy, comfortable Villa Balmoral. Consider how much fun it has the men remain at one estate the night prior to the wedding, while at the other manor the young ladies could invest their energy dolling themselves up for the enormous day. At ‘Kasteel Villa le Boqueteau’ you can likewise get hitched outside, and feast extravagantly at the long tables set up on the secured porch, where there is an astonishing perspective of the wonderful valley.

7. Au Dessus Du Bie

Au Dessus Du Bie

Somewhat more southerly, towards the French fringe, lies the enchanting town of Daverdisse. Winding streets conveyed us to one of the scenes, Au Dessus du Bie (arranged over the Bie”, which is a little stream). From the outside, you may not quickly speculate the extensive size and quality of this domain. Flanking the domain of Au Dessus du Bie is a grand wheat field that characterizes the limits of the estate. Envision the sentimental photographs you will have the capacity to take there, particularly while you are eating with your visitors similarly as the sun is setting.

Au Dessus du Bie has a wide range of flawless destinations on the premises, and this is the thing that makes it so phenomenal. For instance, aside from the “primary home” there are likewise abodes with two vast rooms, which would be perfect as a wedding suite, or for the guardians of the lady of the hour to remain at. What’s more, there is an old grain storehouse and a half-open animal dwelling place with an outside kitchen! You can go through the night here with up to 34 individuals.

8. Hoeve Vernelsberg

Hoeve Vernelsberg

Hoeve Vernelsberg, arranged in the undulating scene of South Limburg, alongside the enchanting ‘Geul River’. You’re not exactly abroad yet, but rather it unquestionably feels like it! It is an amicable area, with a ton of character and a decent environment. Vernelsberg is additionally the main triangular property in the majority of the Netherlands! The manner in which the structures have been put make a vast, stunning inward yard, where you can feast easily with the majority of your visitors at long tables. A few “stairs” at the back of the property take you straight to the ‘Geul River’. A delightful prattling rivulet nearby which you can have a close wedding service.

Inside everything is in the conventional timber-confined style, however with a contemporary touch. You can remain here with twenty-four individuals and appreciate a great wedding end of the week!

If it’s not too much trouble observe: at this area parties with intensified music are not permitted. A “quiet disco” would be an incredible option!

For wedding planning, one cannot have any problem in searching venues in Belgium because there are plenty. If you have always dreamt of a fairytale wedding, you should book a venue and take a trip to Belgium. And, if you ask us, it is a great destination for a honeymoon in Europe.

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