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Our Trip To Bali In April For Honeymoon Was Everything We Wanted And More!

Pristine beaches, vibrant culture, surreal jungles, beautiful temples, delicious cuisine, and essence of tranquility all around defines the paradisiacal destination of Bali. One of the most popular honeymoon escapes in the world, Bali can make anyone fall in love with itself. While searching for the most romantic destination abroad, Sahil and his wife came across Bali and couldn’t find any place better for their honeymoon. Providing a great concoction of peacefulness, romance, and vivaciousness, Bali is a perfect getaway from the bustling city culture. Moreover, Bali in April for honeymoon blankets experiences that one is bound to be a fan of.

While planning for our honeymoon, my wife and I both decided that we wanted to go somewhere outside India. After researching the places we could go for our honeymoon on the internet and taking advice from our family and friends, we finalized Bali as our escape because of its romantic charm. After the destination was decided, the main concern we had was about the whole cost going over our budget. Then we came across TravelTriangle that took care of all of our problems and made the whole vacation from booking to exploring the stunning destination extremely hassle-free. Choosing Bali in April for honeymoon was surely one of the best decisions. With my brother being in Bali, the agent that was assigned to us being there whenever we needed him, and ever so welcoming staff, our whole honeymoon experience went butter-smooth.

Trip Type: Honeymoon trip
Cost: INR 28,000 per person
No. Of People: 2
Duration: 5 Days
Inclusions: Accommodation, Airfare, Airport transfers, Sightseeing, Breakfast, Complimentary candlelight dinner, AC Private cab, Honeymoon cake
Exclusions: Travel insurance, Visa, Meal plans (Lunch & Dinner)

Day 1: Arrival in Bali
Day 2: Sightseeing (Tanah Lot Temple, Ulun Danu Temple)
Day 3: Sightseeing (Tegenungan Waterfall, Kintamani, Tirta Empul Temple)
Day 4: Leave for Ubud, leisure day
Day 5: Departure

We had a wonderful time in Bali in April. We would always cherish our whole honeymoon trip and the memories we made. We are sharing with you a few of the unforgettable highlights from our trip that made our trip to Bali in April for honeymoon even more special for us.

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1. Visiting The Ulun Danu Temple

 Ulun Danu temple

Ulun Danu temple exhibited beautiful and picturesque scenic

enjoyed the moment

Sitting in the lap of Beratan Lake, Ulun Danu temple exhibited beautiful and picturesque scenic views that simply took our breath away. Dedicated to the Hindu trinity, Brahma-Vishnu-Shiva, this temple helped us stay in touch with our culture even in a foreign land. The floating temple of Ulun Danu Temple helped us embrace the beauty of nature like nothing else.

2. Feeling The Essence Of Spiritualty In Tanah Lot Temple

enjoyed the bali vacation

enjoyed the vacation with friends

A Hindu shrine located in the most romantic island of Bali, Tanah Lot was definitely one of our favorite places to visit in the island nation. Sitting at the peak of a high rock, Tanah Lot temple showcased some of the most mesmerizing sunset views. Hues of red, orange, yellow, and blue with a silhouette of the temple on the cliff and soft sound of waves reaching our ears was one of the most overwhelming experiences we have ever witnessed.

3. Witnessing The Beauty Of Tegenungan Waterfalls

we had fun time on journey

welcomed by locals in Bali

ready to explore the city

Milky water gushing down, nestled in the lush greenery and rugged rocks, sun shining far from above, and the refreshing vibes of the Tegengnungan Waterfalls simply added to the romance, making our honeymoon trip worthwhile. Taking a dip into this plunge pool was enough to take away our fatigue and exhaustion from the usual busy life.

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4. Exploring The Kintamani Village

visited to the Kintamani village

enjoying the rainfall

explored the city with full of excitement

Kintamani welcomed us with open arms and extremely pleasant weather. Touring around this beautiful village was surely one of the major highlights of our trip to Bali in April for honeymoon. Cool-weather, vibrant fruit markets, the bustling of the city, mountain-clad mountains, and the vivacious culture of Bali were some of the extravagant features of this stunning village. Kintamani made our trip to Bali in April for honeymoon feel complete.

5. Embracing The Peacefulness At Uluwatu Temple

enjoying the romantic moments on the beach

get the magnificent view of the two of us

ocean made us feel extremely grateful

One of the popular temples in Bali, Uluwatu Temple is established in one of the most spectacular locations in Bali. Perched at the peak of a cliff, Uluwatu temple also displayed a magnificent view of the surreal sunset. The calm waves, lush greenery, mighty cliff, and the sun setting far away in the ocean made us feel extremely grateful for the wonders of mother nature.

These Bali travel tips will ensure one is all set and well-prepared for their escapade to the stunning island nation.

  • It is better to get the currency exchange from India itself. The rates in Bali can be a little more and one won’t get worth their money.
  • Make your arrangements for a private cab beforehand. Hiring a cab when in Bali can turn out to be an expensive affair.
  • Research well about the Indian restaurants in Bali before leaving for the destination and jot down the names with addresses for your reference.
  • If one hires a self-drive car in Bali, always drive on the left.
  • Avoid drinking tap water. It is advised to buy a bottle of water.
  • Do not forget to indulge in the local Balinese cuisine.

at tanha lot temple

After finalizing our destination the one thing that concerned us was the cost and New Delhi to Bali travel. We were not sure if the trip to Bali would come under our budget or not. Then we came across TravelTriangle and everything fell into place. The agent that was assigned to us made sure that we do not face any kind of issues, anywhere. Right from the booking until the time we were in Bali, our agent was constantly in touch with us. All in all, our whole experience with TravelTriangle right from the booking process until we reached the city was really great.

Pristine beaches, forest-clad mountains, refreshing waterfalls, and beautiful temples combine to form the surreal destination of Bali. Bali in April for honeymoon has landed in the bucket list for plenty of travelers. Emerging as one of the most romantic places, honeymoon in Bali would be worth every penny spent. Plan your honeymoon trip to Bali with TravelTriangle and unravel the romance hidden in the midst of mother nature.

 

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10 Scariest Roads In India That Are A Driver’s Nightmare

Roads and highways to get INR 97,000 crore boost, announced honorable Finance Minister Arun Jaitley as he presented the Budget 2016. With current roads in dilapidated state and numerous cases of death tolls on narrow roads with hairpin curves, we sure need better roads and highways.

Talking of the scariest roads in India, some routes are so bad that they can give chills to even the most seasoned drivers. The narrow roads, sharp turns, low hanging cliffs, and harsh climatic conditions can lead them to death bed, instead of the planned destination.

Besides bad maintenance, sometimes the very location of a road makes it a scary drive. Out of the many, we bring you a handpicked list of the scariest roads in India that have claimed many lives in the past. But still, some daring men might see an element of thrill in such drives. Have a look and decide which side are you on!

The narrow road amidst the snowclad mountains near Khardungla Pass that is the highest motorable road in the world

Where: Ladakh, on the Caravan Route that was once the Silk Route between India & China
What makes it scary: The road is scary for the sheer invincible height of 5,602 m above the sea level. Additionally, the road is not paved and is slippery due to the frozen ice & dirt mix. And then there are the hairpin turns that are nightmares of even the most experienced drivers of the region.

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The narrow Kishtwar Kailash Highway with low overhanging cliff and no guardrails that make it one of the scariest roads in India

Where: Eastern extremity of the Kishtwar district of Jammu
What makes it scary: The road is windy, narrow, and without guard rail for about 150 m. The overhanging cliff is so low that a Tata Sumo or similar car would barely fit. The sharp turns with cliff obstruct the view, making it all the more difficult to make those turns. One mistake and the drop is of about 600 m.

The narrow road with low overhanging cliff and no guardrails on the Killar - Kishtwar route

Where: Pangi Valley, Himachal Pradesh
What makes it scary: Much like its twin road – the Kishtwar Kailash Highway – the road runs without guard rails, has overhanging hills & sharp turns, and is narrow. The road is not an easy drive even in broad daylight, let alone at night.

The multilevel zig-zag road near Zoji La Pass that is narrow and has many sharp curves

Where: 9 km from Sonamarg, between Ladakh and Kashmir
What makes it scary: The road, at an altitude of 3,538 m above sea level, is frightfully narrow and extremely slippery due to the year-round snow and dirt mix. It gets muddy during the rains and gets blocked during the storms. Besides, frequent landslides have made it one of the scariest roads in India.

The slippery road amidst the snowclad mountains near Chang La Pass

Where: Between Pangong lake and Leh in Ladakh region
What makes it scary: At a whooping elevation of 5,360 m above sea level, the road remains snow-covered throughout the year. This makes the road slippery. Also, one can feel the scarcity of oxygen while on this road. The low temperatures in this region add to the travel woes of those commuting through this third highest motorable road in the world.

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One of the many narrow dark holes and blind turns on the Kinnaur Road

Where: NH 22, at the start of Kinnaur region
What makes it scary: Taranda Dhank is infamous for claiming several lives. The low overhanging rocks, narrow dark holes, and blind turns make this road highly deadly. One mistake, and the vehicle will fall down into the Baspa River. If not the fall, the collision of vehicles around the blind turns are truly fatal.

One of the narrow stretches with hairpin curves near Rohtang Pass on the Leh-Manali Road

Where: Leh – Manali Road, 53 km from Manali
What makes it scary: At an elevation of 3,979 m above sea level, Rohtang Pass is the gateway connecting Manali to Leh and Lahaul – Spiti. However, it is the entire route of 479 km that is dangerous. The snow covered roads are prone to landslides, especially in regions that are enclosed with mountains on both sides.

An aerial view of the rock-cut narrow stretches of road near Nathula Pass

Where: Indo-Chinese border, 54 km east of Gangtok, near Tsomgo Lake, Sikkim
What makes it scary: The route is prone to landslides during monsoons and snow sludge in winters. Besides, the curved roads are slippery.

The multilevel zig-zag stretches of road near Nathula Pass connecting Zuluk to Thambi View

The final stretch of road to Matheran that allows automobiles

Where: Raigad District, Maharashtra – The road begins at Neral at an elevation of 40 m above sea level. The 8.9 km road takes you to Matheran, located at an elevation of 800 m above sea level.
What makes it scary: The average elevation gain is 8.5% per stretch, with a total gain of 760 m. The steep and narrow sections are followed by hairpin turns. Some of these sections are even without guard rails. To add to the woes of the drivers, rains make the roads slippery and may even cause landslides. However, the occurrence of landslides is very rare.

A snap of the dangerous Se La Pass in the Tawang district of Arunachal Pradesh

Where: Tawang District, Arunachal Pradesh – The road connects the Buddhist city of Tawang Town to Tezpur and Guwahati.
What makes it scary: The high mountain pass is located at an elevation of 4,170 m above the sea level. But its winding design, sharp turns, and slippery curves can be fatal. Moreover, the road is covered in snow for most of the year. This adds to the driving difficulty of the travelers. So it is suggested to drive really slow and not get lost in the panoramic views.

So which of these roads and highways to hell really scare you? Share with us your experiences on these most dangerous roads in India.

 

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Best Things In Bali To Experience In 2019: From Ubud Swing To Tanah Lot, Shalini Had It All

Bali, the Island of Gods, was created for the reunion of couples where they can relax and unwind from all the wedding hassle and begin their marital life in bliss and romance. Shalini’s 7D/6N account will tell you about all the best things in Bali to experience on a honeymoon.

What made Bali our first choice was for three reasons; Bali beaches, culture, and its cost-effectiveness. There are so many experience one can have in Bali and the pictures looked so enticing that we had to take a trip to the Island of Gods. Here are all the best things in Bali to experience for couples on honeymoon.

Trip Type: Honeymoon
Trip Duration: 6N/7D
Trip Cost: INR 139,500
Inclusions: Airfare, Accommodation, Breakfast, Transfers, Sightseeing
Exclusions: Lunch, Dinner, Travel Insurance

Here is a day-wise account of our honeymoon and all the cherishing experiences we had in Bali. I am still in trance of Bali as I’m writing this.

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Street shopping

Our stay on the first night was in Kuta. After we checked-in our hotel – Kuta Heritage Hotel, we took some rest to get ourselves charged for the days ahead. In the evening, we enjoyed a romantic candle-lit dinner on Kuta Beach. There could not have been a better start to our Bali honeymoon. It is one of the best things in Bali to experience for couples.

Tegenungan Waterfall

Ubud Swing

Local Balinese Food

Tea -coffee Tasting

Next day was grand. We began our sightseeing in Ubud with beautiful traditional dance performance – Barong and Keris, in Batubulan. It was a dramatic narration of the fight between good and evil. The next step was Celuk, Mas, and Batuan, the famous art villages in Ubud. We also enjoyed a sumptuous buffet in the presence of Mount Batur. Now that’s what I call lunch with a view. Tegenungan Waterfall was a site magnificent to behold. We even got the chance to taste a variety of coffee and tea in Seribatu Spice Garden. The real highlight of our day was the Ubud Rice Swing where I took a swing with my husband over the lush green plantations. It was one of the best things in Bali to experience on our honeymoon.

Waterfall

Ulu Segara-private beach canyoning

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Twin Lake 1

Twin lake view

We transferred to our hotel in Ubud which was located amidst lush greenery. Bali Beaches have a reputation for being breathtaking and picturesque and Lovina Beach was no exception. We enjoyed taking a walk on the black sands of the beach. The famous Git Git Waterfall was a delightful site. The roaring sound of the water falling from the height of 35 m amidst rain forests was one of the best things in Bali to experience. Ulundanu Temple, located on the shores of Beratan Lake, was mesmerizing. We also enjoyed ATV rides and water sports during our stay in Ubud.

Temple Hopping

Temple Hopping 1

Tanah Lot

Tanah Lot 1

We arrived in Nusa Dua and checked into the luxury suite of Ulu Segara. Of all the accommodations in Bali, our stay at Ulu Segara was the best where we were pampered to the max. Rest of time was all about temple hopping. We visited Taman Ayun Royal Temple in the south of Bali and I must say, it is one of the most attractive temples. Tanah Lot Temple was another important landmark that we struck off from our list on Bali honeymoon. The sunset view from the temple was ethereal. We also visited Alas Kedaton that is clandestine amidst woods. It was time to say goodbye to Bali on the last day of our trip which we did with heavy hearts. At least, we head bucketload of memories to cherish later.

Comfortable dresses and decent clothes if you’re visiting temples
Sunglasses
Comfortable footwear
Balinese currency in good amount if you wish to shop locally

  • Here are a few tips from our experience that we would like to share with fellow travelers so that they can plan a budget trip to Bali.
  • Keep last 2 days of trip reserved for just relaxing, unwinding, and pampering
  • Include air tickets also in your travel quote. It worked out cheaper for us.
  • Get the prepaid sim from airport counters only. We found it expensive everywhere else.
  • Don’t not exchange currency at airport counters as there are so many exchange shops in the city. Check for decent looking shop and exchange the currency.
  • If you’re planning a trip with your friends, make sure to plan your itinerary by including the right things to experience in Bali for bachelors for the perfect experience.

We are thankful for the excellent service from TravelTriangle and the agent was very polite and informative. She arranged the entire trip as discussed. We enjoyed the trip hassle free. The installment payment offering is very useful as it burdens the wallet at one go. I could pay for the trip over 3 installments.

Hope Shalini’s honeymoon in Bali has inspired you to take a vacation with your spouse and unwind in the salubrious surroundings of the island. There couldn’t be a better place to get a break from life and spend quality time with each other.

 

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Reasons To Visit India: We Bet You Can’t Resist Packing Your Bags Now!

Blessed naturally, India attracts millions of travelers from all over the world round the year with enticing India tour packages. Be it mountains or plains, beaches or backwaters, wildlife tours or adventure activities, secluded islands or bustling metropolitans, culinary delights or local drinks, spiritual holidays or romantic vacations, for those travelers who are visiting India for the first time, tourist destinations in India offer every reason that makes them wish they stayed a little longer in our Incredible India.

1. The Historical Gem

Indian historical monument

The history buffs are going to fall in love with this historical gem and will be left with no doubt or second thoughts as to why visit India. Be it rock sculptures, archaeological sites or monolith statues, every great monument in India is associated with a greater historical significance. And of course there is Taj Mahal because after all, Taj nahi dekha to kuch nahi dekha.

Places To Visit: Taj Mahal in Agra, Qutub Minar in Delhi, Gateway of India in Mumbai, Charminar in Hyderabad, Monuments in Hampi and Mahabaleshwar, Ajanta Ellora Caves and so on.

Things To Do: Go on a Golden Triangle tour and observe the carving details as you explore its cultural heritage.

2. Land Of Peace & Spirituality

traveler looking around the temple in daylight

Thanks to the rising trends of spiritual travel and tourist attractions in India, peace and spirituality are not necessarily related to religion any more. For years the question why do people travel to India for peace and spiritual strength has raised many eyebrows. Rising above all this, India has changed the face of spiritual travel and offers many retreats that enables travelers to embark on a journey of inner peace.

Places To Visit: Dharamsala and Manali in Himachal Pradesh, Pushkar in Rajasthan, Mysore in Karnataka, Varkala in Kerala, Golden Temple in Amritsar, Auroville in Pondicherry, etc.

Things To Do: Yoga, Nature Walks, Meditation and Traditional Practices that helps in refreshing your senses.

3. The Natural Paradise

Natural paradise of Jammu and Kashmir

For all the nature lovers, the best of all travel tips we’d like to give is, go to India and the journey will guide you right into the lap of nature. From north to south and east to west, India is blessed with natural beauty in abundance. Just travel, explore and repeat.

Places To Visit: Dal Lake in Jammu and Kashmir, Majuli in Assam, Kaas Plateau in Maharashtra, Nubra Valley in Ladakh, Chandertal Lake in Himachal, Agatti Island Lakshadweep, Rann of Kutch in Gujarat, etc.

Things To Do: Take a boat ride, go snorkeling, scuba dive, parasailing, enjoy bird watching and much more.

4. The Best In Hospitality

Indian women welcome travelers on arrival

This is the best part about India. The warm hospitality and personalized service is a common trait of Indians not only in the country but all over the world. The best in class hospitality in India is what travelers love and look forward to every time they visit India.

Places To Visit: Kovalam in Kerala, Jaipur in Rajasthan, Agra in Uttar Pradesh, Hyderabad in Telangana and more.

Things To Do: Rejuvenate in ayurvedic massages in Kerala resort, bask in leisure and luxury in Jaipur palaces and much more.

5. The Gastronome’s Heaven

Different types cuisines in India

Food is the essence of India. You will encounter mouth watering cuisines and dishes at every nook and corner of this food-loving country. From fine dining to street food, it is a strict no-no to miss out on relishing the famous delicacies when in India.

Places To Visit: Chandni Chowk in New Delhi, Rajasthan, Kolkata, Bangalore, Mumbai and all over.

Things To Do: Chaat Papri in New Delhi, Vada Pao in Mumbai, Dal Bati & Churma in Rajasthan, Puchka in Kolkata, Dal Obbattu in Bangalore, Hyderabad Biryani and the list goes on.

6. An Adventurer’s Resort

White water rafting in India

Name an adventure sport and you’ll find a minimum of two locations in India wherein you can get the best experience of that adventure sport. From paragliding to bungee jumping and from moderate to extreme, India is the ultimate resort for adventure junkies.

Places To Visit: Bir Billing, McLeodGanj, Andaman Islands, Sikkim, Rajasthan and more.

Things To Do: Paragliding, Trekking, Scuba Diving, Snorkeling, Bungee Jumping, Dune Bashing and much more.

7. Fairyland Of Boundless Festivals

Diwali the festival of lights

Unity in diversity is truly a blessing for India. It not only enables the people to enjoy the year-round festivities but also adds colors to everyone’s life. Festivals of India are infinite and one of the major aspect that drives tourism as well.

Places To Visit: Jaipur, Vrindavan, Goa, Mumbai, Amritsar and New Delhi

Things To Do: Witness the city of Jaipur lit with lights, celebrate Holi in Vrindavan, Christmas in Goa, Ganesh Chaturthi in Mumbai, Gurupurab in Amritsar, Eid at Jama Masjid in Hyderabad.

8. Kingdom Of Luxury

Palace from Lake Pichhola

Being the land of Mughals and Nawabs, luxury is the effortless synonym of India. From the Nawabs of Rajasthan to Nizams of Hyderabad, India houses numerous palaces and forts in which travelers revel in royal luxury.

Places To Visit: Udaipur, Bikaner, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Mysore, Jaipur, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur and much more.

Things To Do: Enjoy the sunset views from Palace Udaivilas in Udaipur, spend leisure holidays in Jaipur’s City Palace, enjoy dine and wine and Taj Falaknuma Palace Hyderabad and more.

9. Heart Of Performing Arts

A kathakali dancer from Kerala

Indian talent needs no introduction. Land of Bharatnatyam, Kathakali, Kuchipudi, Theatre, Drama, etc., the performing arts forms the heart and soul of India that brings recognition to the country on an national and international level.

Places To Visit: Kutch in Gujarat, Karnataka, Kottumkazhy in Kerala, Chennai, Leh and much more.

Things To Do: Attend Rann Utsav, Perumthitta Tharavad, Chennai Music Festival and Galdan Namchot Festival.

10. Hub Of Nightlife

Party in nightclubs of India

Cities of India and especially the metropolitan cities, come alive in the night when the party rockers flood to one of the best nightclubs and party spots in India. Let yourself loose amidst the shimmering lights and the sound of music in the best nightlife scenes of India.

Places To Visit: Nightclubs in Goa, Mumbai, clubs in Delhi, cafe bars in Bangalore, Kolkata and more.

Things To Do: Dance the night away, Chill with friends in the evening, Jam with locales, Experience lavish dining on a night out and much more.

11. The Shopaholic’s Favorite

street shopping in India

Shopaholics will find pieces of heaven in India wherever they go. From grand malls to bustling bazaars, India offers anything and everything to travelers in form of the colorful, crowded and best markets.

Places To Visit: Flea Market Arpora in Goa, Dilli Haat in New Delhi, Jew Town Cochin, Johari Bazaar Jaipur, Colaba Causeway Mumbai and so on.

Things To Do: Shop in the flea market, buy studded bangles, shop for antiques, buy endless jewellery and shop till you drop!

12. Last But Not The Least, The Ever Smiling Faces

smiling Indian kids

Traveling to a country is incomplete without interacting with locals and making some new friends on the journey. From an accommodating heart to an ever smiling face, we bet Indians are the best when it comes to welcoming travelers with open arms.

Reasons are many but we’ve only listed the best reasons that spoil every traveler in India to the core. And for that adrenaline rush and wanderlusting, book amazing India tour packages with TravelTriangle that enable you to explore this natural paradise at its best.

Do let us know about more reasons that makes travelers visit India the most according to you in the comments below. Cheers!

 

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An Insider’s Guide To Unlock The Divine Secrets Of Wat Arun Temple In Thailand

Wat Arun Temple is one of the most stunning and beautiful temples in Thailand, located on Thonburi west bank of the Chao Phraya River in the Yai District. This Buddhist temple derives its name after the Hindu God Aruna, who was often seen as the embodiment of the reddish glow in the rising sun. Every morning the light bounces off the temple – which makes the temple glow. This is why it’s called the “Temple of Dawn”.

Gorgeous temple

This Buddhist Temple existed since the 17th century and was renamed and renovated numerous times. It was originally envisioned by King Taksin in 1768 when he was walking past it at dawn. He later renovated as well as renamed it as the Wat Cheng — which used to be where the Emerald Buddha originally was before it was moved to the royal palace. The most iconic aspect of the temple which is its prangs was only constructed during the period of influence of Rama II.

Tall religious temple

One of the best times to view the Wat Arun temple is from the east side of the river at sunset or sunrise when the light reflects off its central spire which is covered with colorful porcelain and topped with a seven-pronged trident which is also known as the “Trident Of Shiva” and along the base of the trident are figures of ancient Chinese soldiers along with animals.

Temple lit up at night

Even though it is highly recommended to visit Wat Arun ‘the Temple of Dawn’ when the sun is setting and the temple is lit up at night, you can catch a great of the view from the opposite side of the bank. If you want less crowd, then visiting the temple at dawn is ideal. Wat Temple hours are from 8:30 AM to 5:30 PM and is open daily.

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gorgeous temple at night

The temple is on the western bank of the River Chao Phraya, directly opposite of Wat Pho and can be accessed either by Amarin Road or by boat from Than Tien Pier, which is near Wat Pho. This pier is located at the southwest corner of the Grand Place and from here you can find boats that take off frequently. You can get to this pier from other piers or take a taxi or bus.

There are many places you can stay that is relatively close to the Wat Arun Temple in Bangkok. Below we’ve listed a few hotels you can stay at. Take a look:

1. Sala Rattanakosin Bangkok

Place at Bangkok

This is one of the best places to stay in Thailand which is close to the Wat Arun Temple, The Grand Palace and Wat Pho. It is a clean and modern hotel which also provides an excellent view of the Wat Arun Temple and War Pho. It has its own bar and restaurant along with a rooftop restaurant and bar. The price is a bit high but reasonable for the quality.

2. Royal Rattanakosin Hotel

Royal Hotel

This hotel is just 1.8km away from the Temple of Dawn and is an ideal hotel for people travelling under a budget, the hotel is also close to the Main Street Hefang road and is convenient located. Though the rooms might be a bit smaller, the place is clean and the service is good. Make sure to reserve a room before embarking on your Thailand trip.

It is recommended to take at least an hour to tour the Wat Arun Temple. Here’s a couple of things to do near Wat Arun Temple that you’ll enjoy:

1. Central Prang: Enjoy a bird’s eye view

Enjoy a bird's eye view

You can climb the Central Prang if you want to, though it is a bit steep. Once at the top you can see the Chao Phraya River, the Wat Pho and the Grand Palace, which is on the other side of the temple. Make sure to carry your binoculars, or you can buy one at the entrance of Wat Arun Temple. Take a lot of pictures of the scenic views.

2. Buddha Murals: Seek prayers

Buddha's photo

You can enter the ordination halls to view the Buddha image and the murals. Since this temple is for Buddha worship there is a Wat Arun temple dress code that you will have to follow. You can pick up cover ups at the entrance if you are not dressed accordingly. Get a complete tour of the Buddha Murals to understand the history of the place.

Wat Arun Temple is an amazing and beautiful place which you can visit if you want to learn about Thailand’s history and see the beautiful architecture. This is a family-friendly visit and it is recommended to visit the temple at least once on your trip to Thailand. We bet that you’ll have the time of your life.

 

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Our Family Trip To Andaman Turned Into A Sweet Affair With Nature & An Epic Vacay!

My family and I love beaches and places like Andaman that are adorned with gorgeous white sand and tranquil blue water. This trip wasn’t any sudden decision, rather we had been planning to go someplace like this for a year. Last year when we took a trip to Goa, we realized that actually, Andaman is the best beach location around India since it is more peaceful and perfect for a holiday with family than any other place. Our family trip to Andaman was everything and actually more than what we expected it to be. The people there were very nice and friendly, especially in Port Blair. Even all the places to stay were amazing too! Thanks to TravelTriangle and the effortful planning by them and our agent that we were finally able to take this trip!

Trip Type: Family Trip To Andaman
Cost: INR 40,900
Duration: 5 Nights 6 Days
No. of people: 2 Adults, 1 kid
Inclusions: Breakfast, Transfers, In Land Ferry Transfer, Hotels, Sightseeing,
Exclusions: Lunch, Dinner, Airfare, Personal Expenses
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Day 1: Arrival at Port Blair, hotel check-in, visit to Corbyn’s Cove & Cellular Jail
Day 2: Trip to North Bay and North Bay
Day 3: Luxury cruise to Havelock Island and visit to beaches
Day 4: Cruise to Neil Island
Day 5: Return to Port Blair and visit to Chidiyatapu
Day 6: Transfer to airport and departure

Day 1: Exploring Port Blair

start with Cellular Jail

Visited to cellular jail

exploring each and every corner of the jail

at the cellular jail

went to the Corbyn's Cove beach

a beautiful coconut-palm fringed beach

just chilling at the beach

Our family trip to Andaman kick-started when we landed at Port Blair and were picked up by the driver to escort us till our hotel. After completing the check-in process and freshening up, we headed out for a little tour of Port Blair. Our first pit stop was the famous Cellular Jail where we enjoyed the light & music show. It was phenomenal and we definitely would have regretted if we had missed it. Later, we went to the Corbyn’s Cove, which is a beautiful coconut-palm fringed beach. It was nothing less than a serene haven where people were indulging in various water sports activities and some were just chilling at the nearby restaurants. It made us feel at peace and fueled our wanderlust at the same time.

Day 2: Island hopping

our Andaman trip

beautiful island

chilling on the beach

went for a boat ride

had a delightful time

explore some wildlife at the beach

having the beach view

amazing journey to the island

had an amazing time on the island

We started the second day of our Andaman trip with a hearty breakfast after which we headed out for our ride to the North Bay Island and Ross Island. Both of the islands are famous for water sports but we couldn’t do many activities since we were short of time. Visiting there helped us learn that Ross Island is famous for Japanese bunkers and wildlife, and is definitely more beautiful. However, it was the journey from one island to another in the ferry that was the highlight of our day. It was simply breathtaking and we couldn’t take our eyes off the sea.

Day 3: Getting around Havelock

the luxury cruise Makruzz awaited us

had an amazing time on cruise

on the cruise

visited to the hotels

having a great time on the beach

family time

beautiful city to hangout with family

enjoyed the company on the beach

had a fun time with kid

chilling on the beaches

relaxing time

chilling around the hotels property

our stay in andaman

The third day of our trip started quite early since the luxury cruise Makruzz awaited us. As excited as we were to explore the Havelock Island, we were for sailing in this ultra luxurious cruise. It was a two hour journey and needless to say that we enjoyed it completely. We visited the Kalapathar Beach and the Radhanagar Beach which were beautiful. Of the two, the Kalapathar Beach was definitely the most beautiful, peaceful, and picturesque, and we were awestruck. It was a leisure day for us so we spent our time relaxing and chilling on the beaches.

Day 4: Cruise ride to Neil Island

took some selfie

on the luxury cruise

hopping the island

it was a quite fun day with kid

quite peaceful

capturing some beautiful pictures

Sailing in a cruise is definitely one of the best things to do in Andaman. From Havelock Island, we went to Neil Island the next day in a luxury cruise. Our hotel there was beautiful and quite peaceful. The island is adorned with lush green forests and white sandy beaches which were nothing less than a treat to our eyes. While we were relaxing on the beaches, it felt like the time had come to a halt.

Day 5 & 6: Witnessing the wildlife up close and personal

took some beautiful shots

witnessing the great time

on the beach

had a perfect vacation

enjoying on the beach at night

at port blair

On the second last day of our Andaman trip, we got up early and checked out of the hotel to head back to Port Blair. After a scenic ride, we stopped by to visit the famous zoological park known as Chidiya Tapu. The park is a perfect place for bird watchers and of course nature lovers. Also, it is a great place for capturing some beautiful pictures. It’s not doubt that visiting this place put a perfect sweet end to our holiday in Andaman. Since we were quite exhausted because of the traveling, we headed back to the hotel and relaxed nicely. Our sweet adieu to Andaman was when we boarded our flight on the sixth day. And while none of us wanted it to end, we left happily to someday come back again.

  • While shopping, make sure to pick the items made of pearls or seashells as they are the most famous in Andaman. Believe me, you won’t find them anywhere else.
  • If you are a non-vegetarian, then Andaman is a paradise for you. If you are a vegan, try and carry some ready-to-cook snacks.
  • Do ensure that you have Aircel or BSNL network because the majority of the other networks don’t work in Andaman.
  • If you are planning to visit different islands and indulge in different experiences, ask a holiday planner to plan your trip because booking everything on your own can be a really big hassle.
  • Set a budget well in advance and make sure to carry enough cash as you might not come across too many functioning ATMs.

Our overall experience with TravelTriangle was pretty good. The payment process was very smooth and easy. Even our agent White Shell Travel was very helpful and always available. After we reached Andaman, we were asked to connect to a local agent who was at our disposal 24X7. Our hotels were really good and up to the expectations. It didn’t feel that we have spent since our package was appropriate as per our budget. Kudos to the entire team for making our dream trip to Andaman come true!

Andaman is a paradise for adventurers, nature lovers, history buffs, and explorers. There is literally so much to do and see around that you would be left boggled. But more than that, in awe! So, think no more, just pick your dates, and plan your family trip to Andaman with TravelTriangle for an impeccable affair with nature.

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Shopping In Panjim: 10 Spots For A Big Shopping Experience In This Small City

Panjim, also known as Panaji, is the administrative capital of Goa. This is a small and charming old town of this Portuguese influenced India state. The old school vibes, colorful villas lining the cobblestoned streets, a relaxed yet bustling lifestyle and trendy street fashion styles best describe the city from a traveler’s perspective. And for deeper and closer experiences, you really need to spend some days in this gorgeous city resting on the banks of the Mandovi River.

Panjim is known for the serene palm-fringed Miramar Beach and baroque styled Our Lady of Immaculate Conception Church, perched on a hill overlooking the city. The city is also popular for it’s street and boutique shopping scenes. Shopping in Panjim is like opening an old photo album, full of colorful pictures depicting a blend of old and new fashion style.

This amazing small city in Goa has everything in the store that can convince you as a traveler to stay a little longer. Here are some of the popular places where can experience shopping in Panjim at its best:

1. Municipal Market

Municipal Market In Panjim

The Municipal Market in Panjim has an atmosphere of its own and offers inexpensive shopping in Panjim. This busy place has narrow streets that have been covered and converted into stalls and shops. You would find anything and everything that you would expect from local shopping in a Goan city. Explore the variety of goods including wines, Goan spices, cashew nuts, seafood, grocery, and fresh vegetables and fruits. Apart from these, Panjim Municipal Market has a few clothing and handicraft stalls. There is also a multiplex and some eateries from where you can munch some delicious local food and snacks.

2. Khadi India

Khadi India In Panjim

Khadi India is one of the best places for clothes shopping in Panjim. This is the only outlet of Khadi & Village Industries Commission of the Government of Goa. Khadi India mainly features a variety of fine quality hand-woven cotton clothing including shirts, kurtas, kurtas, skirts and other dress materials. The outlet also features many cosmetic products like oils and soaps. You can also purchase some flavourful spices from here. The store also displays a range of handmade products like coconut shell statues, wood products, etc. The earnings from these products directly benefit the regional villages.

3. Singbal’s Book House

Singbal's Book House

This is one of the best shopping catches for the bookworms. Singbal’s Book House is located on the opposite corner of the main church of Panjim. It is a local hotspot for a wide collection of international magazines and newspapers. They also have many books based on Goa and travel. This is one of the most satisfying experiences of street shopping in Panjim, Goa.

Address: Praça da Igreja, Church Square, Altinho, Panaji, Goa 403521

4. Caculo Mall

Mall View

Caculo Mall is a premium shopping location where you can indulge in shopping of international standards with leading brands from the world. This is the biggest mall in Goa. Caculo Mall is built in 4 levels with central air-conditioning. The mall has everything for a complete family shopping under one single roof, including high-end brand stores, food stalls, kid’s toys, etc. They also have a gaming section where you can play bowling and arcade games. This shopping mall in Panjim, Goa is an easy solution to those who have come here for a short duration.

Address: 16 Shanta, St Inez Rd, Panaji, Goa 403001

5. Velha Goa Galeria

Velha Goa Galeria View

If you love art to collect or if you wish to buy some souvenirs that would last a bit longer then Velha Goa Galeria is the place you should head to. This is a gallery and a shop combined, located next to the Panjim Inn. Velha Goa Galeria is one of the many places in Panjim that specializes in ‘Azueljos’ which are a form of glazed and colored tiles. You would also find vases other ceramic objects made in the old style by Portuguese artist, Anabela Cardosa. The products are a bit pricey but you’ll be mesmerized by seeing the work on the pieces.

Address: Rua de Ourém, Fontainhas (quarter), Altinho, Panaji, Goa 403001

6. New Municipal Market

New Municipal Market In Panjim

The New Municipal Market does not have the charm of the original Municipal Market in Panjim, located just next to it. But if you wish to shop for some really fresh fruits and vegetables, this well lit redeveloped building is just perfect for you. You would find stack of fresh produce in the downstairs of the New Municipal Market. There are also some electronics shops and tailors located upstairs.

7. Marcou Artifacts

Marcou Artifacts

Marcou Artifacts, just as suggests, is a small shop that sells cute products of art. Located in the Fontainhas of Panjim, the store gives out irresistible Portuguese vibes. This is one of the most picturesque places for shopping in Panjim, Goa. Marcou Artifacts master in products or souvenirs made of glazed tiles, hand-crafted Portuguese and Goan ceramics including figures of fish, frog, vegetable and kitchen utensils. The products are reasonably priced. They also have showrooms at Hotel Delmon and Margao’s market.

Address: Casa Rocha, 31st January Road, near Viva Panjim Restaurant, Fontainhas, Panjim Goa-403001

8. Barefoot

Barefoot

Barefoot, The Home Store is one of the best in Panjim which has come up as a result of the new trend of high-end shopping in the city. This store has a wide collection of bohemian and earthy home decor items, including gorgeous vases, organic cotton blankets, block print stuffed toys and colorful cushions. The store also has lighting and mirror fixtures. The range of ethnic designs and modern showpieces in store makes Barefoot one of the most aesthetically appealing shopping places in Panjim. And after shopping, you can enjoy some snacks at Cafe Venite.

Address: Rua 31 de Janeiro, Near Head Post Office, Altinho, Panaji, Goa 403521

9. Sosa’s

Shopping Place

Sosa’s is an exclusive fashion boutique located on the bank of River Mandovi. The store features clothes designed by new and established Indian designers including Aki Narula, Rahul Mishra, Gaurav Gupta, and Savio Jon. The boutique is set up in an old Goan home and has in store some interesting local brands like Horn Ok Please, Hidden Harmony and Free Falling. You can pick from a variety of cotton and silk dresses, cotton casuals, resort wear, accessories, and jute handbags.

Address: Opp Foot Bridge, E-245, Rua de Ourém, Altinho, Panaji, Goa 403001

10. White Brick Wall

Shop View

White Brick Wall is a lovely home decor and fashion store in Panjim. Everything that this place has in store is made in India by local and established designers. It has everything from trendy clothing to fancy home decoration items. Each piece at White Brick Wall is unique and has been designed with a lot of attention. You can shop for beautiful scarves, paintings, mirrors, photo frames, showpieces, etc. The vibrant and wide range of products makes the shopping experience here to be one of the best shopping in Panjim.

Address: Shop No: 4/5/6, Jesuit House Building, Travessa Da Revolução St, Near Church, Altinho, Panaji, Goa 403001

Roaming on the streets and lanes of Panjim, the vibes of the Portuguese colonial era cannot go unnoticed. This city will embrace you the moment you step here. Plan a trip to Goa and come down to the capital to experience shopping in Panaji and take home some beautiful pieces of memory. Also, make sure that you explore all the above-listed shopping places of this little Goan city.

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Reverse Waterfall: All You Need To Know About The Serene Maharashtrian Gem

Out of all the fascinating wonders of nature that humans have been able to discover throughout, a reverse waterfall in Naneghat is surely one thing that has left us all in great awe! Well, if you didn’t know it before, may be this will be your next weekend getaway near Mumbai. Naneghat or popularly known as Nana Ghat, is a majestic mountain range in Maharashtra near the Konkan coast and Deccan plateau. The serene mountain pass in Maharashtra makes for a stunning view and what’s more is that you can enjoy a day trip here with your folks.

For those of you who are still wondering how this cascading beauty defies gravity, well, it does not. The simple reason behind this reverse effect is the strong force of the winds that push the water upwards. So, while it is highly necessary that you carry warm clothes while you visit, don’t forget to carry an umbrella in case it starts to rain.

trekking to the waterfall

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A mountain range like Naneghat calls for a trek. Be it for the first-timers, or the regular ones, a trek all the way to the reverse waterfall feels nothing less than a feast to your eyes and food for your soul. An ideal time to visit this serene site is around the time of monsoon when the force of the cascading water is strong enough to put on a good show! It takes approximately 5 hours to cover the entire trek including both ways. You can add a treat to your soothing trek is the combination of Bhajiyas and tea at the Dhaba located near the waterfalls.

people reaching waterfall

You can board a bus from Kalyan bus stand and get down at Junnar. From there, you can easily reach Naneghat by road. Alternatively, you can also opt for guided tours from Mumbai and Pune that start from INR 750 per adult.

Don’t forget to carry some essential medicines along with a few warm clothes as it might get a little cold due to the strong winds near the mountain range. Also, carry an umbrella, some power packed snacks and a water bottle as you might feel thirsty and hungry if you go for a trek till the waterfalls.

From the quaint corners of the remote villages to the surreal hill stations with offbeat peaks, India’s tourist destinations never fail to amuse the travelers. So, what are you waiting for? Plan a trip to Maharashtra for an ultimate holiday experience amid the scenic views and charming landscapes with your loved ones like never before!

 

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7 Things Not To Do In Thailand: The Basics Of Traveling In The Land Of Smiles

Much famed as the “land of smiles”, Thailand is indeed one amongst the popular destinations in the world for travelers. People from all over the world come to the country to experience its rich history and culture and enjoy all the pleasures that it has to offer. However, there are a few things to know before traveling to Thailand so that you do not get into trouble when you are supposed to be enjoying a well-deserved vacation.

If you are planning a trip to Thailand, you should know what you can and cannot do in the country. It is a country with traditions that you may not be familiar with. Knowing what you cannot or should not do can save you from an embarrassing situation in a strange country. Here is a look at things not to do in Thailand.

1. Do Not Touch People’s Heads

Don't Touch Head

When it comes to things not to do in Thailand culture, one of the most important things to remember is not to touch people’s heads. in rare cases when the traveler is traveling with a child or is in a very close relationship with the other person, one should never try to touch or even put anything on people’s heads. In Thailand, the head is considered the most holy and cleanest part of the body, so when you touch someone’s head, you will essentially be disrespecting that person.

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2. Do Not Use Your Feet For Anything But Walking

Walking In Thailand

It is considered extremely impolite to point at people, places or things with your toes or the bottom of your feet. You should also never have your feet facing towards temples, images of Buddha or monks. It is especially rude and unacceptable to do so. Kicking or stepping over something or shutting a door with your feet will also definitely get you chastised in Thailand.

3. Do Not Touch The Monks

Do Not Touch Monks

In Thailand, monks are one of the most highly respected people, which is why standing over or being positioned higher than them is strictly forbidden. If you are a woman, remember never to touch a monk. Because they are not allowed to touch women, they often will not even hand them anything directly. In case they want to hand over something, they will place that item on the ground for women to pick it up themselves. Also, the monks are not supposed to to sit next to a woman in local transports either. If you are a woman, coming into contact with monks is one of the things to be careful of in Thailand.

4. Do Not Keep Your Shoes On All The Time

Do Not Wear Shoes Everytime

Keeping your shoes on when you enter homes, temples, and shops is one of the things not to do in Thailand – this rule even applies to some restaurants. This is why you will see people everywhere wearing lightweight sandals. If you see a pile of sandals outside someone’s house, a shop, etc., you should remove yours too before stepping inside.

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5. Do Not Take Photos With Captured Animals

Giraffe New Arrival

Tourists are often offered photo ops with illegally procured wildlife in places like Pattaya, Phuket, Ao Nang, Ko Samui, and sometimes even in Bangkok. Animals like monkeys and gibbons as well as birds and snakes (some of the wildlife are endangered species) are captured from the wild and held captive for the sole purpose of making money for their “owners”. Because wild animals can be extremely dangerous, animals captured for photographs with tourists are often heavily drugged and their teeth and claws are also removed. Help put an end to this cruel practice and refuse to take photos with wildlife, no matter how adorable you think they are.

6. Do Not Get Involved With Illegal Drugs

Drugs is illegal

Like any other popular tourist destination across the globe, Thailand has a seedy side where a lot of illegal activities occur. Due to its vibrant nightlife, illegal things in Thailand are aplenty and if you are out at night at a club or bar, chances are that you will be offered illegal drugs. Needless to say, you should avoid getting involved with such substances at all cost. Getting caught with even a tiny amount of an illegal drug can get you into big trouble, and you do not want that whatsoever.

7. Do Not Overstay Your Visa Period

Thailand Passport

One of the most obvious things to know before visiting Thailand is not overstaying your visa. If you do, you will need to pay a fine of 500 Baht per day. The maximum fine for overstaying is 20,000 Baht, and if you do not pay, you could end up in jail. Plus, Thai immigration will mark and note your passport. Your passport may be marked as “undesirable alien” for repeated violations of overstaying three times. Being marked as an “undesirable alien” would make it more difficult for you to travel internationally and you could also be barred from re-entering Thailand for up to 5 to 10 years. This is obviously one of the most important things not to do in Thailand.

There are many things to keep in mind before traveling to Thailand so that you enjoy every day of your stay there. Once you planning is in place, you can prepare yourself for an unforgettable holiday in Thailand that is one of the most beautiful destinations in the world!

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5 Restaurants In Teck Whye To Discover Delish Food In Singapore In 2019!

Teck Whye is an avenue in Singapore where you will also find a road, metro station, and even a school with the same name. If you are looking for restaurants in Teck Whye, then you are in luck because you have so many options to choose from.

Teck Whye is located in the north-western part of Singapore. It is a friendly neighborhood where everyone lives in harmony with each other. From fine establishments to roadside street food hawkers, you will find all kinds of options not just in Teck Whye but also the areas surrounding it. Phoenix Road has got quite a lot of options for fine dining. You can also check out places on Choa Chu Kang Drive.

Rasa Rasa is a Halaal restaurant in Jalan Teck Whye which is known for amazing nonvegetarian dishes and seafood. It is a small establishment and is open late in the night. So, if you want to go someplace after a long night of party where you can fill your stomach, then you should come here. It is a very popular place which gets crowded after evening. Seating is limited but service is fast, quick, and cheap. The food here is tempting and under your budget.

If you want to enjoy real Chinese flavors in Teck Whye, then you should go to Chang Cheng. It is a budget restaurant in Teck Whye where you can enjoy real Chinese food and not the Indian version. If you are looking for the latter, then you might be disappointed. Tiong Wah is a cozy cafe in Teck Whye where you will usually find crowd during the day. You might find this establishment a bit pricey but at least the food is good and fresh. It is a good place to bring your kids and enjoy your meal in peace.

You are in luck because Teck Whye happens to have a McDonalds too. So, if you want to play safe in terms of food, especially when you are traveling with kids, then this McDonald’s outlet is at your disposal. Order a big meal and hog on it if you have been looking for familiar food in a foreign land. It is comforting and well consistent.

Find the best restaurants in Teck Whye and around so that you don’t have to struggle to look for places to eat in the area.

Dian

This restaurant is an amazing place if you are with your family and kids. This restaurant tis located in Lot One Shoppers Mall. The restaurant provides good food and service. More importantly, the service is very fast here. You can see an attender every now and then refilling your water if the level in the glass is low. A lot of people feel that their Tofu and Angelica Duck is simply amazing. It is safe to say it is one of the authentic Chinese restaurants in Singapore. Here is some additional information which might be helpful:

Location: 21 Choa Chu Kang Ave 4, #B1-32/33 Lot One, Singapore 689812
Average Price for two: $25
Timings: 11.30 AM- 10PM
Rating: 3.7/5

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Hong

This restaurant is specially for seafood lovers. The restaurant is typically good and the service is decent enough. You see that the maximum rush is in the evenings around 8.30 PM but most of the time you get a table. This place also has many tables so there is no problem if you come with your family. The prawn paste chicken, cereal prawns are quite famous here. So if you ever visit this place soon, make sure you order those dishes. Here is some additional information which might be of some help:

Location: 216 Choa Chu Kang Ave 1, Singapore 689477
Average Price for two: $14
Timings: 4PM- 12.15 AM
Rating: 3.8/5

MChefz

This place offers some of the best dishes and a great dining experience. The food items were very nice and the must try dishes are the Big Prawn White BeeHoon and Green apple Juice. This restaurant is basically from Indonesia and their flavors are quite resembling to the Halal food or Malay cuisine. Also, their crab dishes are a must try! So if you are a fan of crab or prawns’ dishes, don’t forget to come and check out this restaurant. Here is some more additional information which might be of some help to you:

Location: 2 Choa Chu Kang Loop, #01-05 Keat Hong Community Club, Singapore, Singapore 689687
Average Price for two: $15
Timings: 9 AM-10PM
Rating: 4.0/5

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Sakae

Another Japanese food restaurant in Shoppers Lot One Mall, this is a great place if you like sushi. The restaurant is quite spacious and the tables are quite accommodative. You have a distance between each table. The place is quiet and peaceful even in the times of weekends. Here is some more information for your help:

Location: 21 Choa Chu Kang Avenue 4, #03-10/11, Lot 1, Singapore 689812
Average Price for two: $20-$30
Timings: 11.30 AM-10PM
Rating: 3.5/5

Phoenix

If you are looking for Indian restaurants in Bukit Batok, the Phoenix Indian Restaurant is the one you must surely visit. The authentic Indian delicacies prepared with the selection of the best and fresh herbs with great quality spices are served in a simple yet amazing atmosphere that makes your dining experience better. The North Indian, as well as the South Indian delicacies, are very delicious and no matter from which part of the world you are, you will surely enjoy eating here.

Location: 4 Phoenix Rd, Singapore 668158
Cost for two: INR 600
TripAdvisor Rating: 4

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These were some of the best restaurants in Teck Whye which you can go check out if you want to have good food on your trip to Singapore. You should also explore areas around Teck Whye where you will find more exciting options to dine and drink. Singapore is one of the best destinations to take a trip with your family or even friends. The exhilarating experiences and amazing attractions await you.

 

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