1) Barista Creme – Colaba A spin-off from the Barista coffee chain, Barista Crème takes the concept of the coffee-shop and adds in deli sandwiches, salads, cheese melts and sweet hot and cold desserts. People still come here to enjoy full-flavoured espresso and cappuccino, but the café-like atmosphere ensures that people take their time. It is a popular place for breakfast with friends or a working lunch. 2) Cafe Coffee Day. One of India’s leading coffee-chains, Café Coffee Day serves up real espresso, cappuccino and other Italian favourites, made…Read more..
1) Lane Connecting SNDT to Cross Maidan. Once you enter this lane from the Churchgate station, your nostrils will be accosted with the aroma of food wafting out of the thelas lined on both sides of the street. Catering to the steady crowd of office goers and college students, who throng this place from morning to night, this Khau Galli is actually the lifeline for many. The staples at this Khau Galli are the butter pav bhajis, chaats and milkshakes. Fancy a non-vegetarian meal? Cross over to theCross Maidan, for…Read more..
A chapter from my north India trip which took me across the beautiful states of Kashmir, Jammu and Punjab. Below is an account of my experience at the retreat ceremony at Wagah border. The Retreat Ceremony I have never been to a sports arena in my life. All those matches and football finals – I‘ve always caught it on TV. The thrill of watching the game live, the thunder of the spectators as their chant reverberates throughout makes one hair stand on end. A similar experience was in store for…Read more..
Rugged and adventurous, the Indonesian island is growing in popularity for intrepid travellers. But I felt it is useful in the terms of business. As a tourist, I find it to similar to India some parts. As performing adventure the island is a great place to explore it, diverse underwater escape, surf breaks and surging rivers, wildlife, trekking. Indonesia to be believed has also helped cultivation of trade to China and Indian Kingdoms. It has a lot of population and people there are very helpful. Half of the crowd are…Read more..
Incredible visit. The day I landed Singapore airport the view was breathtaking. Well it was raining also; in the month of December. Shocked; it ruined my most of the plans. Coming back, what I found many Indians around; asserted as mini India. Singapore is expensive though but worth the sightseeing. Lot to explore. The people there are quite personable and helpful. All love Indians!! (Laugh your head off). Despite country size, the island packs a punch with a blend of elements that come together in unexpected symphony. Modern-architectural marvels, urban…Read more..
Leh Ladakh has been chosen one of the significant highways to hit the views, best experience for travel enthusiasts, adventure freaks. If you haven’t lived life on the edge then you have experienced nothing. WHY CHOOSE LEH LADAKH When you travel to Ladakh via Srinagar – Leh Highway doing the sightseeing, your body gets very much acclimatised to the high altitude of the highway. Hence, rather than worrying about your health, you definitely enjoy the beauty and explore Manali – Leh Highway. It is the best way of experiencing high…Read more..
PATA founded year of 1995 PATA (Pacific Asia Travel Association) is a not-for profit association that is internationally acclaimed for acting as a catalyst for the responsible development of travel and tourism to, from and within the Asia Pacific region. PATA provides aligned advocacy, insightful research and innovative events to its member organisations, comprising 95 government, state and city tourism bodies, 29 international airlines, airports and cruise lines, 63 educational institutions, and hundreds of travel industry companies in Asia Pacific and beyond. Website Ref: https://www.pata.org Six Key Travel Trends for 2016 –…Read more..
Easy access to information and bookings is encouraging Indian women to slowly step out of their comfort zone to travel solo, a trend which has witnessed a steady growth over the last few year, according to experts. Solo travel is one of the most favourable options for Indian women travellers over the last two years with more than 35 per cent of Indian women opting to travel alone. Hotels.Com Senior Marketing Manager–India and SEA–Amit Agarwal said solo travel as a trend has caught on in a big way among the young…Read more..