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If you are preparing the nominations for your next vacation trip within India, there are chances that Mohali will not be part of the list. But I think you need to rethink !!
Mohali has managed to secure respectable position when you talk about a short and sweet little vacation. Owing to a number of factors which have exponentially developed in the recent past you can definitely consider this location for a small outing contrary to it being little known for good tourist attraction in the past.
I would here like to enumerate the key tourist attractions:
Newly built International airport at Mohali recently inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi is state of the art international standard airpport catering a number of international flights is another tourist attraction.
IS Bindra Punjab Cricket Association Stadium
A World Class cricket Stadium at Mohali having all the cricketing facilities of International level. PCA boasts of its sporting wickets, lush green outfield, spacious dressing-rooms, excellent practice-facilities, excellently maintained swimming pool and state-of-the-art gymnasium.
The stadium has an advanced pink-blue Astroturf and has a seating capacity of about 13,500 and was inaugurated by Chief Minister of Punjab Parkash Singh Badal
The Fateh Burj was constructed to mark the third centenary of the historical battle of Chapparchiri. It is 328 feet in height which is India’s highest Minar and stands as a symbol of historical victory of Sikhs led by the great general Baba Banda Singh Bahadur.
Gurudwaras specially Amb sahib and Singh Shaheedan
If you ever wish or plan to visit India, the picture that you carry in your mind is probably that of Jaipur. Yes ! Jaipur popularly known as Pink City owing to hue of its heritage buildings and palaces, is the city where resides the Heart of India. India is known for its rich cultural heritage and the exquisite handicraft. Jaipur is the hub of both. Magnificent and Royal are the palaces but at the same time rawfully pure and connected to the roots are the handicrafts.
When in Jaipur, you cannot afford to miss visiting :
“Palace of Winds” or “Palace of the Breeze” is a palace in Jaipur which sits on the edge of the City Palace. The original intent of the lattice design was to allow royal ladies to observe everyday life and festivals celebrated in the street below without being seen.
The Jantar Mantar is a set of 14 colossal astronomical observatory instruments situated in the heart of Jaipur. These incredibly accurate devices were constructed by Maharaja Jai Singh II, who considered date, star alignment and other celestial movements critical to predicting his fate and fortunes in wars and scheming.
Amer Fort is the best tourist attraction of Jaipur and the sprawling complex combines both immense fortifications with unexpected beauty and charm. The fort which visitors are able to explore today dates from the 16th century and is situated on a natural ridge 11km north of Jaipur.
This is highly recommend as there are few inscriptions or details within the palace. The city palace is open every day Monday through to Sunday. The opening hours of the City Palace follows the trend of Jaipur of shutting relatively early in the day,
Jal Mahal is a palace in the middle of the Man Sagar Lake in Jaipur city. The palace and the lake around it were renovated and enlarged in the 18th century by Maharaja Jai Singh II of Amber.
Albert Hall Museum
Albert Hall Jaipur is possibly the most decorative and visually stunning. The large concert hall was constructed in 1876 for one sole purpose, to ensure Prince Albert of England would visit Jaipur during his tour of the country. This extravagant gesture by the Maharaja guaranteed the prince’s visit and today the Albert Hall Jaipur has been converted into Albert Hall Museum (Central Museum) that displays relics from Jaipur’s history.
Modern Jaipur has embraced itself with a metro ride. The travelling on public transport has become a lot more easier in Jaipur.
Kecak is the most unique Balinese dance which is not accompanied by any orchestra but by a choir of 70 men. It has its origin in old ritual dance sanghyng or trance dance. In the sanghyan dance, a person in a state of trance communicates with their deities or ancestors using the dances as a medium. The dieties or ancestors convey their wishes in the 1930’s. The old Indian epic Ramayana was included into the dance. Briefly the story runs as follows.
Due to the vice-price of Ayodhya, Rama the legal heir to the throne of Ayaodhaya was exiled from the Ayaodhya by Dushratha. Accompanied by his wife Sita and his younger brother Laxman,they went into a forest called Dendak, while they were in the forest, the deamon kingRavana found them and lusted after the beautiful Sita. Accompanied by Maricha they made a trick to steal Sita. Using his magic power, Maricha transformed himself into Golden Deer. Disguised as a golden Deer they succeeded in luring rama and Laxman away from Sita. Ravana making use of this opportunity, kidnapped sita and took her to his palace Alengka. Discovering the deception, Rama and laxman set out to rescue Sita from the clutch of the deamon King, assisted by the huge army of monkeys. Under the command of their King Hanumana Ram succeeded in getting his wife safely.
Bali Indonesia has become a popular and one of the exotic tourist destinations in the recent past. Owing to its coastline, rich traditional heritage, ancient temples and palaces, forested volcano hills, rice fields to name a few and a well preserved flora and fauna, Bali has secured its place in the list of favorite tourist destinations. Once you decide to visit Bali, you are assured to have the unforgettable experience of your lifetime. There are a few things which you should and must not miss while you are in Bali. I would share Top 5 things to do during your stay on this beautiful island.
Here we go:
Temples especially Tanah Lot, Uluwatu Temple, Besakih Temple
With over 10,000 temples, which are unique in their own way, there’s a lot to witness and experience at the same time. And for that, you don’t have to be traditionally religious at heart!
Goa Gajah, or Elephant Cave, is located on the island of Bali near Ubud, in Indonesia. Built in the 9th century, it served as a sanctuary.
Lush Green Rice Field Terraces
This area is famous tourist attraction for beautiful rice terraces, many tourists who travel to and from Kintamani stopped at this place to witness the beauty of the verdant terraced rice field scenery or having lunch at the restaurant while enjoying the beautiful scenery of terraced rice fields. Tegalalang Rice Terrace is one of the tourist icon in Ubud Bali.
Ubud Monkey Forest
Besides watching playful monkeys in their natural habitat, swinging through canopies, lazing along pathways or feeding on bananas, the site offers cool walks along paved pathways through a leafy nutmeg forest
Ubud Art Market
Ubud Art Market is a traditional market offering beautiful and attractive souvenirs made by local Balinese people. . It is an ideal place to place for tourists where they can experience at the great bargain art market in Ubud Bali.
ACCESSORIES YOU MUST CARRY
Being just 8 degrees south of the equator, Bali has a fairly even climate year round. Average year-round temperature stands at around 30 °C (86 °F) with a humidity level of about 85%.
Considering the Bali climate carrying proper headgear is a must. You can opt from range of nice snapback caps, nice picks, floral hats and of course Bandanas to protect your skin from sunburn.