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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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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
Travel Agent From TravelTriangle: White Shell Travel

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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5 Magnificent Waterfalls In Darjeeling Which Will Leave You Mesmerized By Their Beauty!

Often referred to as the “Queen of the Himalayas”, Darjeeling is adorned with emerald green tea plantations, snow- covered peaks of Kanchenjunga and the friendly locales. Its undaunted beauty makes it one of the beautiful hill stations in Northeastern part of India. There is no doubt that this state is blessed with the finest views of nature which not only ends to the lush-green tea plantations. There is also a magnificent waterfall in Darjeeling which makes a great place to visit if you want to relax amidst the serene surrounding of the gushing water. Apart from that there are some famous waterfalls in the vicinity of the state which are a must visit.

Go beyond the lush-green tea estates in Darjeeling and enjoy a beautiful view of these exotic waterfalls while touring at these serene part of India.

1. Paglajhora Waterfalls

Treats the eye with its finest beauty

Paglajhora waterfalls is one of the major attractions of Darjeeling and indeed a haven for nature lovers. Located at Kurseong which is situated enroute from Siliguri, this waterfall in Darjeeling is worth a visit. This part of the state treats the eye with its finest beauty and rare sights of the waterfall gushing out of the mountain cracks. Standing here one can also take a glimpse of the local river which flows through this part of West Bengal. People can experience a scenic road trip from Siliguri to Darjeeling and enjoy the pristine views. Apart from the undaunted beauty of the region, there is a temple and lake which travelers can take a look.

Location: South Shibkhola Tea Garden, West Bengal 734223

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2. Chunnu Summer Falls

Chunnu Summer Falls

Situated 6kms away from the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway, lies the Barbotey Rock Garden. One of the major attractions of Darjeeling, the main highlight of this garden is the Chunnu summer falls. Built by the Gorkha Hill Council Tourism Department, this place was named the rock garden because the entire place is made out of cutting rocks from different levels. Featuring the beautifully constructed terraced seating arrangements and the natural waterfalls, this garden is quite popular attraction for locals and tourists.

Location: Rock Garden Road Bloomfield Tea Garden, Darjeeling, West Bengal 734102
Timings: 10AM – 4PM
Entry Fee: Rs.10 for Indians and Rs. 50 for Foreigners

3. Bakthang Waterfalls

Bakthang Waterfalls

Bakthang waterfalls is a magnificent natural waterfall near Darjeeling located at the North-Sikkim highway which can be witnessed while driving towards Tashi View Point. Around 3kms from Gangtok town, this place is quite a favorite place for travelers to halt and take a glance of the surreal beauty of the waterfalls. The waterfall doesn’t have an enormous height, but the width of the fall adds up all the beauty. Emerging from the Ratey Chu river, this place is perfect for nature lovers to stand and enjoy the view of Kanchenjunga and this magnificent waterfall.

Location: Gangtok, Sikkim 737103
Timings: 7AM – 6PM

4. Seven Sisters Waterfall

Seven Sisters Waterfall

As the name suggests, the seven sisters waterfall is formed by seven waterfall which are mystically aligned sideways over a rugged surface. A 4 hours drive from Darjeeling, this waterfall is a must visit attraction which is close to Gangtok. Surrounded by lush-greenery, rugged mountain cliffs, and the limestones over which the water falls with all the force. Enclosed with the finest views of nature, this waterfall makes a great location for photographers to capture the scenic landscapes.The best time to visit and take a glimpse of this waterfall is between the months of May to July when the seven waterfalls are clearly visible.

Location: Gangtok, Sikkim

5. Kanchenjunga Waterfalls

Kanchenjunga Waterfalls

Another magnificent waterfall near Darjeeling is the Kanchenjunga waterfalls located the Pelling region. Considered as one of the largest waterfalls of Sikkim, this is located at a distance of 90kms which is approximately 3 hours drive from the mainland. This is a perennial waterfall where the water emerges from the glaciers of Mount Kanchenjunga. Falling down from a height of 100 feet, the water merges in the pool. Enclosed with all the nature’s glory, this waterfall be seen at the sharp turn of the road, but to take a glimpse closely visitors have to climb at least 50 stairs. There is also an option of rope climbing which can be an escape for the adventure junkies.

Location: Sikkim
Timings: 8am-5pm

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7 Charming Places To Visit Near Little India On Your Singapore Tour In 2019

Singapore’s Little India is the center of life for the Indian community living in Singapore. You just cannot leave without taking a trip to this buzzing neighborhood that is sure to rekindle your senses with all its desi avenues. From colorful shophouses lining the streets, spiritual chants resonating off from the various mosques and temples around, the smiling faces of Indians walking by, to the delicious and pungent aromas of Indian food wafting through the air, everything about this place will remind you of India! The warm and friendly vibes of this place will make you fall in love with it. But don’t just stop here. There are plenty of places to visit near Little India in Singapore that deserve as much attention as this desi hub itself. Once you’ve explored and embraced this place to the fullest, head out to see the other must-visit sites of this state. Most of the awesome places that you can explore and fun activities that you can indulge in near Little India are located within walking or cycling distance from this place, which also means you can easily cover this bustling neighborhood within a day or two.

Which of these attractions near Little India in Singapore would you like to visit on your holiday? We’d suggest you explore all of them to make your vacation an even more enjoyable and exciting affair. Apart from the below-mentioned attractions, you’ll also come across various religious sites like Hindu and Buddhist temples while roaming around in this neighborhood. Do make sure to stop by and pay your respects while marveling at the brilliant architecture of these sanctums at the same time!


Another attraction worth exploring in Jurong East is the Singapore Botanic Garden. Located on the Cluny Road, this is one of the oldest gardens in Singapore, and the only tropical garden to be listed in the World Heritage Site by UNESCO. It houses endangered as well as common species of trees, shrubs, herbs, and grasslands. This place attracts nature lovers and botanists throughout the year.

Location: 1 Cluny Rd, Singapore 259569
Opening hours: 5 am onwards

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Gardens by the Bay is a nature park which is located just next to the Marina Reservoir. Spread across 101 hectares of land, this outdoor garden offers a great horticulture experience to the visitors. The garden architecture follows that of the minimalist Japanese Zen gardens. Here in Gardens by the Bay, visitors can experience a relaxing respite away from the hustle of the city life. Though it’s located in a prominent touristy location of Singapore, it’s serene natural vibe and peaceful realms will instill a sense of calm in you, while its unique architecture and eccentric design will not let you leave!

Location: 18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018953
Opening Hours: 5am – 2am

Giant roller wheel view

The Singapore Flyer is essentially the largest observation wheel in the world. built over a 3-storey terminal building, it offers everyone a one-of-a-kind experience of being at the top of the Lion City! The Flyer travels at a speed of 0.21 m per second and offers visitors breathtaking and expansive panoramas of the city till where the eyes can see. The visuals of a day-time and night-time ride differ so much that travelers are never able to decide which experience was better! However, the very best time to ride this enormous Singapore Ferris Wheel is around dusk when the sky is lit and the fading sunlight shows mesmerizing colors before giving way to a star-lit sky. You will be able to see some of the prominent tourist attractions of Singapore like the Singapore River, Raffles Place, Marina Bay Sands, Empress Place, and the Padang. Underneath, there also are plenty of retail outlets, restaurants, and spa centers to keep you occupied.

Location: 30 Raffles Ave, Singapore 039803
Opening Hours: 8:30am – 10:30am

Temple view

Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple is one of the famous places to visit near Little India. It is dedicated to Goddess Kali and is very beautifully built. Apart from seeking blessings you can admire the structure of the temple on your trip.

Location: 141 Serangoon Rd, Singapore 218042
Opening Hours: 6am – 12pm and 6pm to 9pm

church view

Yet another great place to visit near Little India, Singapore, Church of True Light is an old church that holds significance in the tourism of the place. You can say prayers in church and marvel at its beauty. If you are visiting the city with your family, do visit the church.

Location: 25g Perak Rd, Singapore 208142
Opening Hours: NA

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Tekka Centre

This is a shopping complex near Little India in Singapore. A dining hub of Little India, Tekka Market has a number of shops and a food center which is often frequented by locals and tourists. Housed in a chic colorful warehouse, the ambiance here is quite vibrant. Reaching Tekka Market is easy as it is at a walking distance from the Little India MRT station.

Location: Bukit Timah Rd, Singapore
Opening Hours: 6:30am – 9pm

Serangoon North in Singapore

Running from Little India to Kallang, Serangoon is a major road in Singapore. It has a lot of eating places and if one is looking for places near Little India in Singapore, then they can head here. There are a couple of shops too selling Indian goods here. One striking feature to notice here is the architecture of the terrace shophouses whose construction is as old as the 1840s.

Location: Singapore
Opening Hours: NA

There are several places to visit near Little India in Singapore that you must definitely explore on your tour. Make your escapade to Singapore all the more interesting and invigorating by heading to this delightful part of the Lion City, and you won’t be disappointed! Unsure of how to book your trip? No worries. Simply contact the travel experts at TravelTriangle and let them craft for you and your travel companions a customized vacation within your specified budget limit. Don’t forget to write to us about your thrilling trip experience that can surely inspire and guide other travelers.


-Seek blessings at the shrines like the Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple
-Check out the House of Tan Teng Niah
-Visit the Indian Heritage Centre
-Go shopping at the Little India Arcade
-Dine at the Banana Leaf Apolo

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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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8 Quaint Homestays In Kerala For A Cozy, Private Holiday

The quaint homestays in Kerala add to its beauty and charm manifold. They make you feel at home even when you are miles away. A day, a week or a month – irrespective of the duration of the trip, warm Kerala homestays ensure a blissful time, pouring love in the form of local, homemade delights.

With all its natural beauty and serenity, Kerala never ceases to mesmerise. Various attempts made by the mortals in this Land of Gods to preserve, nurture and use its natural beauty for the good of its own fellow beings, lend Kerala a unique spot among the bests. A part of these attempts are the homestays in Kerala. Brimming with the rural charm and stunning serenity, they make you crave to be there the moment you discover them – as if the romantic hotels and resorts in Kerala, were not enough!

Hari Vihar Homestay is one of the best homestays in Kerala

The name goes well with this 170 years old beauty among the homestays in Kerala. It is an old heritage home and an Ayurvedic resort, which has been painstakingly restored to its present form. It was originally built as a manor house by the then ruling Kadathanad family and was then bought by a practising doctor, Mr Nair. Dr Nair lived in the house with his family of 40 members and almost 40 years later, the family relocated. After a sad and dilapidated phase of two decades, the grandchildren of the family decided to restore this royal property.

What’s special: Spiritual connect, Ayurvedic courses and spa treatments, and recreational activities
Must do: Join Ayurveda and Yoga courses, attend weekend performances on Indian and South Indian mythologies, and enjoy canoeing
Tariff: INR 11,000 onwards

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The private infinity pool og Vismaya Villa makes it among the best homestays in Kerala

This is about four centuries! 400 years of some 6,000 m square property, preserved with good nursing and care. This ancient retreat among the homestays in Kerala is believed to be a gift by the king of Travancore to one of his Chieftains who helped him. The house has found a mention in the famous Aithihyamala – an ancient Kerala legend. Vismaya Villa has Vembanad as it private lake; two bedrooms, designed and decorated by wood and both with personal bath gardens. Vismay(magical), it is!

What’s special: Three side lake view, private bath gardens, wooden interiors, and a lobby with a library
Must do: Laze around the lake and feel the nature. Actually a stay at Vismaya Villa is a waste if you don’t feed your soul. It has the perfect ambiance for reading, writing, sketching, meditating and soul surfing.
Tariff: INR 8,000 onwards

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Ayisha Manzil is another quaint homestay in Kerala

Now, this one is a manzil in true sense. Originally built in 1862 by an East India Company trader Murdoch Brown, tit’s one of those homestays in Kerala that offers a one stop destination to mingle with the Indian culture, music, food, spice and what not! Ayisha Manzil in Kannur is presently run by the Moosa family and the interiors of the house reflect perfect fusion of the colonial and South Indian decor styles.

What’s special: 300 acres of spice plantation in the vicinity, fish and fruit market in the neighbourhood, and Ayurvedic spa
Must do: Watch the Theyyam – a ritual dance performed at Parassinikadavu Muthappan Temple, and go cycling along the beach
Tariff: INR 9,000 onwards

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Rustic charm of the Vembanad House makes it a popular homestay in Kerala

This one seems to be a real family heritage. Owned and established by the grandfather of Mr Balakrishnan Mayithara, Vembanad House Homestay is a rejuvenating retreat. It was set up in the year 2000 by Mr Mayithara and is currently maintained by his wife Mrs. Sandhya Balakrishnan.
The Vembanad House has an 800 m of waterfront with fishing options, an extensive farmland to meet the needs of the residents, and an array of activities to provide for that feel of traveling while staying home. Also, there are rooms for every budget.

What’s special: First and foremost – the hosts themselves, as Mrs. Sandhya is a writer, trained musician and a scholar. Besides, there is home cooked food from organically produced vegetation, hammocks in the garden and village walks to absorb nuances of the local lifestyle.
Must do: Night fishing in the Vembanad lake, canoeing, swimming, and cooking classes for Kerala cuisine
Tariff: INR 7,000 onwards

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The vast green serenity of Akkarakalam Memoirs

150 years of history, 10 acres of land and a brook flowing by the door – Akkarakalam Memoirs homestay is pure bliss. Made of wood and bricks, it was passed onto the 4th generation of the family that has justifiably preserved the heritage. The homestay is an ideal excuse to experience the backwaters from closest quarters. Almost everything about this homestay is historic – porcelain flick-switch, rocking chairs, wooden walls, red oxide floors; all reminiscent of the golden past of the family.

What’s special: Farm full of guava, coconut, cinnamon, mangoes and other tropical trees; homemade food from the organic produce from the farm; river flowing by the door; AC rooms that are not so common in the locality; Ayurveda lessons; and Yoga sessions
Must do: Spear fishing, night fishing, cycling, and canoeing
Tariff: INR 6,000 onwards

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Ashley Bungalow in Peerumedu is another homestay in Kerala with an ancient connection

Ashley Bungalow is an absolute stunner at 4000 ft. Hosted by the oldest of the tea planters – the Baker’s, Ashley Bungalow is all the reason you need to ditch the city noise and pollution. The building architecture is a sublime fusion of colonial and local designs. The peaked roofs of the house overlook the ghats, and have breathtaking views of the valley from their balconies. The house is pretty spacious, with loft domes wood ceiling maintaining the rustic history of the property.
What’s special: Vicinity of Periyar Tiger Reserve, and breathtaking views of the suicide point (actually a beauty)
Must do: Explore the surroundings by trekking, cycling around , and chilling at the Valanjanganam waterfall
Tariff: INR 7,000


 Marari Dreamz Homestay is one of the coolest homestays in Kerala

This one is about hipster-living by the beach – in a villa actually. Marari beach to chill out, casual palm style roofs for shelter, red stone brick villa to dine and authentic local cuisine prepared by the owners themselves – Marari Dreamz homestay is totally cool! Proud to be low on luxury, the owners boast of style, nomadic setup and sound of the sea as the key attractions of their setup.

What’s special: Authentic home cooked local food, sunbathing on the beach, fishing, beach dinner on demand
Must do: Take a tuk tuk ride to the backwaters, trek to a working coir factory, and enjoy amazing massages at this relaxing homestay.
Tariff: INR 2,800 onwards

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The colorful interiors of Sui House

Sui House is an old colonial house turned into a lovely antique home of four bedrooms. This glamorous bed and breakfast accommodation in Kochi belongs to a merchant dealing in antiques. Along with his wife, he has renovated the house into an elegant home decorated with indigenous antiques and modern amenities. Sui homestay has a small courtyard that allows one to sip tea and munch over breakfast in the ultimate serenity.

What’s special: Cozy interiors, antiques, an extensive menu, and an elaborate buffet dinner
Must do: Go hiking in the neighbourhood, and the delectable breakfast in typical Kerala style
Tariff: INR 5, 000 onwards
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Further Read: 10 Best Places To Visit In Kerala

Yup! They are utterly romantic, platonic, utopian, out of the world… blah blah blah…! Go…! Plan! And in case, circumstances are not allowing you to plan for South, try these secret homestays in Himalayas, up north.

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6 Romantic Pool Villas Under 20K For Honeymooners To Celebrate Love & Luxury

In order to begin a journey of intimacy and companionship, you just don’t need a romantic destination but also a super romantic place to make memories for life. With warm & cozy decors, private pools, romantic dinners, and magnificent views, these pool villas under 20K have the winning formula for a romantic honeymoon stay. If you wish for a pampering vacation with your spouse in a luxurious villa where you can have breakfast by the pool and frolic in the water as long as you want, then we have got some sick options for you.

Keep your wedding glow alive and celebrate your lovely union with delightful views, personalized services, and luxuries. Scroll down to know more about the perfect villas for your honeymoon.

1. Cherai Beach Resort, Kochi

a couple swimming in a private pool in Cherai Beach Resort

The pool villa at Cherai Beach Resort is specially designed for couples. The unique and warm decor of the pool villas will instantly make you feel comfortable. Each villa comes with a private balcony overlooking the backwater lake, your very own mini pool, and a luxurious bathtub. For the couples who wish to be delighted by the beautiful beaches, calm backwaters, and grassy paddy fields, Cherai Resort’s pool villa is the perfect place for you. It’s one of the best among the pool villas under 20K list.

Average tariff: INR 6,000
What’s special: Breathtaking views of the backwaters, luxury bathtub
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2. Island Pool Villa, Goa

a private pool in front of a villa in Goa

A large stone swimming pool right in front of the villa and a verdant ground to relax in the sun—The Island Pool Villa is a heaven for the newlyweds who want to spend their most romantic days in absolutely peace and privacy. Caranzalem Beach and Vainguinim Beach are just an hour-long drive from the villa, which makes it one of the best hotels with private pool in India.

Average tariff: INR 9,000
What’s special: Well-equipped spacious kitchen, lovely fruit orchards, close to Caranzalem & Vainguinim Beach

3. Le Pondy, Pondicherry

a lady meditating in front of a pool in Le Pondy

Le Pondy is situated between Chunnambar River and the Bay of Bengal offering couples enough privacy and ultimate tranquility. The beauty of Le Pondy lies in its luxurious amenities and romantic location. The resort has two types of pool villas for couples: Luxury Pool Villas and Presidential Pool Villas. The unmatched comfort, french decor, and an independent pool will surely impress you when you’re staying at one of the best resorts with private pool suites in India

Average tariff: INR 15,000
What’s special: Choice of sea-facing and lake-facing pool villas
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4. SpiceTree, Munnar

a private pool at SpiceTree Munnar

Some things are like ice cream, we all find it hard to resist. The pool villa at SpiceTree is just like one of those things, you just can’t say no to it. As soon as you enter your pool villa, you forget all the worries of the world and enjoy each moment of your time together. The villa is right in the middle of unspoiled mountain ranges offering incredible vistas. Pamper your spouse with some good loving amidst resplendent atmosphere. The personal care and attention from the staff that will make hard for you to leave this mountain retreat.

Average tariff: INR 20,000
What’s special: A stunning Bison Valley view, jacuzzi
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5. Marari Villas

Marari Villas is located where the backwaters meet the Arabian Sea. You get to spend your honeymoon in the most harmonious location where cool breeze flows freely caressing your face. You get to stay in a traditional style pool villa with a thatched roof, a tropical garden, and a luxurious pool. The pool villa is ideal for couples who want a secluded place to spend quality time. They also offer a package of INR 25,000 which includes 2 nights in a pool villa, welcome drink with pool and bed decorated with flowers on arrival, sunset mocktail drink and snacks on the beach (1 night), candlelit dinner in your private garden with your choice of music (1 night), and 3 hour cruise on a country boat in Alleppey (including rickshaw transfer).

Average tariff: INR 12,000
What’s special: A secluded garden, open sky view shower
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6. Vivanta by Taj Bekal

vivanta by taj bekal with pool in Kerala

Nestled along the marvelous backwaters of Kerala, Vivanta by Taj in Bekal is nothing short of a five-star paradise designed to pamper you. One of the most exquisite resorts with private pool in India, it has 66 different standalone villas, all uniquely built. There are individual courtyard spaces and private plunge pools to satisfy those seeking peace and quiet, along with the resort’s award-winning Jiva Grande Spa. Guests are also provided beach access, traditional Kettuvallam boat cruises, as well as open-air dinners, all of which together make the perfect recipe for soaking up the paradisiacal charm of Kerala.

Average tariff: INR 11,950/-
What’s special: Daybed for relaxing and reading, private-courtyard-with-fountain view
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These affordable pool villas for honeymooners in India will surely help couples make thousands of lovely memories together, so they can look back at them for years to come and smile. So, Book your next trip to India with TravelTriangle and get ready to have the best honeymoon of your life.



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From Water Sports To Pub Crawling, Our 5 Days Bali Itinerary Was All About A Perfect Honeymoon!

Bali is one of the top honeymoon destinations due to its pristine beaches, coral reefs, and water activities. The bucolic nature of the place attracts innumerable honeymooners all year round. Another newly wedded couple decided to choose Bali as their honeymoon destination. Jayesh Rathore and his wife were clear about the choice of their destination.
As they both loved beaches over mountains, Bali had to be their ultimate choice among other options. So, they customized their own 5 days Bali itinerary with TravelTriangle before their wedding and were all set to explore the new place. Let’s see how what Jayesh Rathore has to say about his experience.

  • Details Of Our Sojourn To Bali
  • 5 Days Bali Itinerary
  • Bali Weather In February
  • Top Expereinces On Our Bali Vacation
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  • Our Experience With TravelTriangle
  • Common Questions Asked About Bali

We were excited about our honeymoon right after our family agreed to our marriage. So, we both started planning our vacation before marriage and explored our options. We were sure we wanted to go to a place with beaches so we had Mauritius, Seychelles, Bali, and Maldives in our mind. While surfing the internet we found many travel agents and went through their deals. As we wanted to customize our own itinerary, TravelTriangle came as a savior. We told them about our requirements and they delivered a detailed itinerary within our budget. Moreover, they made sure that our trip was extra romantic by including decorations and candle-lit dinner. Take a glimpse at our 5 days Bali itinerary.

Trip Type: Honeymoon
Cost: INR 1,15,999 (including flight fare)
Duration: 5 days & 4 nights
No. Of People: 2 Adults
Inclusions: Hotel Stay, Airport Transfer, Breakfast, Tours & Sightseeing, Candle-lit Dinner, Spa, Water Activities, Welcome Drinks,
Exclusions: Visa, Lunch, Dinner
Travel Agent: Lestac India

Day 1: Arrival at Ngurah Rai Airport and transfer to the hotel.
Day 2: A day full of water and fun activities
Day 3: Transfer from Kuta to Ubud
Day 4: Stay at Ubud, sightseeing, and shopping
Day 5: Departure

February is the best time to visit Bali as the weather stays pleasant and calm due to which there are plenty of chances to spend some time on the beaches. The temperature ranges from 26 degrees Celsius to 30 degrees Celsius. A bit of rainfall might decrease the temperature, leading to ideal weather for sightseeing. Bali weather in February remains similar to the weather in the previous month, that is, January.

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Here are some of the top experiences from our vacation in Bali that you must include in your itinerary. We had a great time doing these activities and captured our beautiful moments.

1. Marine Activities

went on to try the water activities

captured some funny moments

Bali is famous for water activities like scuba diving, snorkeling, and parasailing at several beaches. So, we ensured to include these activities on our honeymoon trip to Bali. As the skies were clear, we opted for parasailing and caught a bird’s eye view. Besides this, we also got a chance to do jet skiing and took a banana boat ride. It was a relief to do water activities on a sunny day. Later that day, we enjoyed our time on the dinner cruise and swayed on music. As there were other Indian couples on the beach, we were lucky to make some new friends.

2. A Day-Tour In Ubud

lovely moments of us

visited to the Ubud

visited to the coffee plantations

enjoyed lovely moments

panoramic view of the place

During the romantic drive from Kuta to Ubud, we got to see some coffee plantations. On this day, we explored the famous Tanah Lot Temple. It is a Balinese Hindu temple perched on a rock in the middle of the sea. The panoramic view of the tide made us spent more time there and we were lucky to see an amazing sunset from this point. It is one of the main highlights of our honeymoon trip.

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3. Tegenungan Waterfall

pool decorated with flowers

Tegenungan Waterfall

captured the beauty of this place

On the last day of our honeymoon, we stayed in the city of Ubud and got a chance to explore the street markets in Bali. But the main highlight of the day was the visit to the Tegenungan Waterfall. Hidden in Ubud, this waterfall is a magical place that is encapsulated amidst lush greenery. Near this waterfall, there are a couple of normal springs that can be reached by going down some steps. The beauty of this place will be etched in our hearts forever.

We stayed at two hotels in Bali – one at Kuta and other at Ubud. We could not have asked for better properties as they provided every facility we required.

1. Swiss-Belhotel Tuba

After arrival at the airport, we were transported to Swiss-Belhotel Tuba which is located in Kuta. We were provided a Deluxe room in the hotel which was well-maintained. The property was luxurious and the strategic location of the hotel made it easy to visit the tourist places. They provided an elaborate breakfast arrangement with excellent service, helping staff members, and delicious food. Our overall stay in this hotel relaxing and amazing.

Location: Jl. Kubu Anyar No.31, Tuban, Kuta, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia

2. Vrindavan Ubud Villa

We were excited about our stay in this property as we had read about this 4-star villa. Situated in a quaint place far from the city, the villa is spacious and very romantic. As we booked a honeymoon trip to Bali, our room was equipped with a private pool and was decked with flowers. We savored some amazing food there and were impressed by the hospitality, services, and facilities.

Location: Desa Kenderan Tegallalang, Kenderan, Kecamatan Ubud, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80561, Indonesia

amazing place to spend time with partner

Since we were staying in Kuta and Ubud, we got a chance to do a lot of shopping. The art market in Ubud is full of handmade items like wood-carved showpieces and is one of the best things to buy from Bali. One can’t resist the colorful shopping lanes in Ubud and we couldn’t too. So, we reserved some time from the last day and went out for shopping. From a range of clothes, handicrafts, and souvenirs, it was difficult to choose what to buy. But before going, learn some bargaining skills as it will help you get things at cheap rates.

We visited many restaurants including the ones in our hotel. We wanted to savor the local food in Bali and interesting dishes too. One can try nasi goreng, sate, Bebek betutu, and nasi campur as these are the top Balinese dishes. Besides this, we found several Indian restaurants in Bali where we retired to fill our stomachs with Indian food. These restaurants served a variety of dishes and at reasonable rates.

There are some tips that one can keep in mind while planning a trip to Bali. Some of them are mentioned below:

  • In the month of February, one can expect a bit of drizzling in Bali. So, carry an umbrella or raincoat no matter what.
  • If you are traveling to Bali then you must opt for the famous water and fun activities like banana ride, scuba diving, paragliding, and underwater walk.
  • Pack shorts, summer dresses, and beach clothes as the weather in February is warm and humid.
  • Always carry cash with you because not all places accept cards. So, keep some cash handy.

we visited romantic places to spend some time

Our experience with TravelTriangle cannot be conveyed in words. From choosing the right destination to the feedback, we enjoyed each and every moment of our trip. Our travel agent was very supportive and helped us at odd hours too. We did not face any problems and loved our overall experience. We are so impressed with TT that we are planning our next holiday to Dubai with them.

Our honeymoon in Bali included everything from beaches and water activities at beaches and shopping in local markets. We tried to include as many activities and tourist places in our 5 days Bali itinerary as we could to make this trip a memorable one. If you are also looking for an ideal destination for your honeymoon, then let us assure you that Bali is the place meant for you. Wait no more and plan your getaway to Bali with TravelTriangle and experience a great holiday like us!


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5 Days In Mauritius Are All You Need For A Fabulous Honeymoon

They say marriages are made in heaven. So, our honeymoon should feel like one too. This is why we chose to travel to Mauritius for our romantic escapade. It is beautiful, it has picturesque islands and waterfalls, and it is abundant with flora and fauna; all the heavenly settings you would want from a honeymoon destination. Once we had zeroed in on our honeymoon place, we booked our trip from TravelTriangle. Those 5 days in Mauritius on our honeymoon were blissful and exciting. We had the best time on the island and covered almost everything this island is famous for.

Trip Type: Honeymoon
Trip Duration: 5N/6D
Trip Cost: INR 180,000
Inclusions: Airfare, Transfers, Meals except for lunch, visa, shared cab, sightseeing
Exclusions: Travel Insurance, Lunch

Here is how we spent 5 days in Mauritius. Each day was truly splendid and we got enough time to cover major attractions and also have ample time to ourselves.

Day 1: Hello, Mauritius!

enjoy with wife

selfi with my love

We arrived in Mauritius and were picked by our representative at the airport. We checked in our hotel. We spent the rest of the day settling in and wandering around.

Day 2: Ile aux Cerfs

enjoy with wife

enjoyed a full-day

We enjoyed a full-day excursion to Ile Aux Cerfs, an emerald lagoon on the east coast. We were stumped by the beauty of its sandy beaches and beautiful lagoon. There was a wide range of facilities and activities. It was one of the best highlights of our 5 days in Mauritius. We even enjoyed water sports activities on our island tour.

Day 3: Port Louis

Port Louis for sightseeing

fine-dining experience

We drove to Port Louis for sightseeing. Our first stop was the Citadel & its surrounding area. Then we visited the Champ de Mars racecourse. It was inaugurated in 1812 making it the oldest horse-racing club in the Southern Hemisphere, and one of the oldest in the world too. Afterward, we drove to Le Caudan, the beautiful Waterfront where there were some 170 shops and restaurants. It is a must-visit if you like shopping and fine-dining experience.

Day 4: Chameral Village & Trous aux Cerfs

 views of the Chamarel waterfalls

 best time

alot of fun

On this day of our 5 days in Mauritius, we visited the ship-making factory in Curepipe and enjoyed shopping at the duty-free shops in Floreal. The views of the scenic town of Curepipe & its surroundings from the extinct crater of Trou aux Cerfs were astounding. In the afternoon, we drove through the nature park of Black River & Plaine Champagne to Chamarel village. We also made a stop at Grand Bassin Sacred Lake and laid our eyes on the stunning 108 feet statue of “Mangal Mahadev”. The next stop was Chamarel, the unusual 7 colored earth created by volcanic rocks. The views of the Chamarel waterfalls were startling.

Day 5: Casela Bird Park

safari quad biking in the park

honeymoon should feel like one too

We went to Casela Bird park since we had the whole day to ourselves. We watched so many birds in this park and even saw a huge turtle. Walking with the lions was also an enthralling experience. The best experience, however, was safari quad biking in the park.

Day 6: Hasta la Vista, Mauritius

left for the airport

 left for the airport

After breakfast, we checked out of our hotel and left for the airport to catch our flight back to Chennai.

During the entire course of our trip, we stayed at Long Beach Golf Resort & Spa. it was one of the top properties in Belle Mare that came with 3 plunge outdoor pools and a luxury spa facility. The resort even had a 5-star restaurant where we dined for all nights in Mauritius. The rooms were lavish and had all kinds of facilities to make our stay comfortable.

Here are a few do’s and don’ts that we gathered from our experience. We hope it will help you to make your vacation hassle-free.


  • Use public transportation wherever you can
  • Carry a first aid kit with medicine to keep seasickness at bay if you are not used to traveling by sea.
  • Choose your stay on the basis of good reviews to enjoy a comfortable stay.


  • Don’t spend the entire time on the beach.
  • Don’t go out after dark.
  • Don’t consume non-vegetarian food near religious places.

Apart from the 5-star restaurant at the resort where we were staying, we visited many roadside restaurants in Mauritius. The food was cheap but it was not liking to the taste of us Tamilians.

Were you satisfied with the budget for your holiday?

Yes, I was very much satisfied with my budget. We did not feel like we missed out on anything. We covered all the bases in 5 days in Mauritius.

How was your overall experience with TravelTriangle and its agent?

It was an awesome experience. Everything for our honeymoon was planned very well and the execution was seamless. We could not have asked for better.

Just like Ranjith, you could too spend fabulous 5 days in Mauritius with your loving partner and forget about all the worries in the world. All you need to do is plan your trip to Mauritius and have a relaxing time on the island. Mauritius may seem expensive but if you plan it well, you could do it on a budget too.