Cuilinary Delights @ New Delhi, India


NOT JUST PARANTHAS

This restaurant in Greater Kailash faithfully recreates the ambience of old Delhi.
Paranthas or stuffed flat breads come in two sizes, size and nine inches. Chaats, a local savoury snack, is another specialty.

Contact
Telephone: (91-11) 2922-3366

http://www.notjustparanthas.com

SETZ

Housed in a shopping mall, this trendy 408- seat Multi – cuisine restaurant cum bar lounge also features a private dining room for 12. Indian, Chinese, Thai, Japanese and Mediterranean dishes are prepared by Nick Van Riemsdijk and his team.

Contact
Telephone: (91-11) 4311-9999

http://www.setz.co.in

VARQ

Located within the Taj Mahal Hotel, this 80-seat contemporary Indian restaurant is helmed by master chef Hemant Oberoi. Organic ingredients are used to create unique fusion dishes. A private dining room for 14 is available for events.

Contact
Telephone: (91-11) 2301-6162

http://www.tajhotels.com

Cuilinary Delights @ Penang, Malaysia


With six outlets in Malaysia four in the Kuala Lumpur area and one each in Penang and Langkawi – providing Northern Indian cuisine, Sagar is a must for most visiting Indian Groups.

Family & Children Attraction @ Kuala Lumpur


SUNWAY LAGOON THEME PARK

What: Located about 15 minutes by car from Kuala Lumpur, Sunway Lagoon is a fun destination for all, offering more than 80 attractions spread across five parks- Water Park, Extreme Park and Scream Park. It is also popular venue for events as well as concerts. Three hotels are found onsite.

Family & Children Attraction @ Genting Highlands, Malaysia


GENTING HIGHLANDS

What: A visit to Malaysia is incomplete without a visit to Genting Highlands, home to Resorts World Genting. Nestled on a mountain peak at an elevation of about 1,800 meters, the resort is located only 40 minutes by car from Kuala Lumpur. Resorts World Genting boasts one of Malaysia’s largest theme parks both indoor and outdoor with over 40 rides and 90 retail outlets, entertainment options and a casino. Infrastructure includes 10,000 hotel rooms and major convention facilities.

Religious Attraction @ Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia


BATU CAVES

What: A definite must see is the limestone hills known as Batu Caves, which comprises of a series of caves and cave temples. Located 13 kilometers north of Kuala Lumpur on the way to Genting Highlands, the caves are also home to a Hindu shrine dedicated to Lord Muruga.

 

Batu Caves is also a focal point for Hindu festival of Thaipusam, which attracts close to one million Hindu devotees and visitors in late January/ early February each Year.

 

New Attraction @ New Delhi, India


KINGDOM OF DREAMS

Kingdom of Dreams is the brainchild of the Great Indian Nautanki Company, a joint venture between Wizcraft Entertainment and the Apra Group. It is India’s first live entertainment and leisure destination.

 

Culture Gully, an elaborate showcase of culture, arts and cuisine spread over 100,000 sqft, this attraction. A total of six restaurants, six show kitchens, three street bars and seven retail stores representing 14 states of India are housed within its walls.

 

Watch “Zangoora”, India’s first Bollywood musical, at the Nautanki Mahal. A blockbuster show which has already enthralled audiences with 500 non-stop performances. Book your tickets now and get ready to experience the wonder that is Kingdom of Dreams.

Ticket prices range between Rs. 750(US $15.32) and Rs. 6000.

Contact:-
Telephone: (91-12) 4452-8000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Shopper’s Paradise – Bangkok, Thailand


Mahanakorn Floating Market

WHAT: Opened last September, this 100 million bath riverside attraction is a showcase of the culture and lifestyle of the 19th century Rattanakosin period. This 38,000m2 site boasts replicas of historical sites, such as Sanam Chandra Palace, as well as boat trips along nearby canals. It is located on Lad Krabang Road, a 10-minute drive from Suvarnabhumi Airport.

WHY: This is yet another attraction that caters to Indian’s love for Shopping, with some 600 stores offering a variety of souvenirs, snacks and accessories.

CONTACT: http://www.mahanakornfloatingmarket.com

Shopper’s Paradise – Thailand


Asiatique the Riverfront

WHAT: One of Asia’s largest integrated lifestyle projects, this waterfront mall will open this month with more than 1,500 shops and 40 restaurants, found within buildings dating back to the early 20th century.

WHY: This expansive hub offers visitors a chance to shop, dine and relax under one roof. It has 12,000m2 of open space for events and activities, while a 300m walkway affords panoramic views of the Chao Phraya River. Its theatres will feature Calypso Cabaret and Joe Louis puppet shows, some of Thailand’s best-loved performances.

CONTACT: http://www.thaiasiatique.com

Long Mai Hot Springs


WHAT: Located in Bejjing, the home of Chinese hot springs and steam bath offers 24- hour therapeutic spring, herbal and medicinal baths, and larger pools for swimming and a sauna. There are 100 small pools to bathe in, which allow floral essence or milk to be added.

WHY: It helps rejuvenate and relax the body and spirit. Visitors can also opt for a half-day visit or stay at nearby resorts and hotels for longer trips.

CONTACT: Telephone: (86-10) 6179-2407

Culinary Delights @ China


NEW DELHI RESTAURANT

WHAT: Located in Xi’an, this restaurant serves authentic Indian Cuisine of curry dishes and grilled delicacies such as kebabs and tandoori. It opens daily from 11am to 11pm.

WHY: The restaurant is dubbed as an oasis for Indian Travelers, especially those who seek authentic food. You will find traditional black tea and north Indian cuisine – both vegetarian and non-vegetarian – as well as about 100 — types of snacks.

CONTACT: Telephone: (86-29) 8825-5556

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