India with it booming economy is a rising its employment quotient. Metro cities are seeing tremendous growth in every sector with variety of jobs available for the younger generation. But this fast-paced life has its own adverse effect, and taking timely refreshing holiday becomes a necessity. Here are some fantastic places in India, every workaholic person should take time out to explore.
Surpassing deadlines, huge pressure and peer competition can yield some negative effect on your health and career progress. Instead of going in the pitfalls, it's better to understand when’s the right moment to find some time for yourself and freshen up for the road ahead. Holidaying seems like a great answer to this, and here are some really fun places for a workaholic like you should definitely explore.
Bangalore - Capital to the southern state of Karnataka, Bangalore is blessed with a fantastic weather, gardens, historical marvels and new-age wonders. Bangalore is an amazing blend of tradition and modernity, and is a really fun way to explore the rich Kannada culture. The city has several palaces like the City Palace and Vidhana Soudha, which are an epitome of architectural grandeur. Out of all the parks in the city, the Cubbon Park is the biggest and it almost seems like a small jungle amidst city skyscrapers. If you think Delhi has the best nightlife, wait to see Bangalore’s. The number of pubs, bars and clubs have shot up in recent times, and chances are that you can find one in every major lane in the city. If you’re planning to explore a fantastic southern culture then regular New Delhi to Bangalore flights can be easily be booked.
Goa - The land of beaches can probably never go out from the list of favourite destinations from the national capital. Perhaps, it is better to keep visiting Goa every year, to keep your spirits high. If you haven’t visited this stunning place yet, then Goa is a fun-filled trip with lots of beach activities, shopping in flea markets and partying all night. You can also enjoy the Portuguese influence, which ranges from its food, local culture, music and art form. Goa is divided into North and South, the former being more active with commercial activities like shopping and nightlife. The southern part is more about having a relaxed holiday in the sun-kissed beaches and unwinding yourself in any of the exotic resorts. Reaching Goa is quite comfortable and the state is well connected with other cities.
Jaipur - A great escapade into the world rajputana royalty, Jaipur is a real treat for anyone who hasn’t seen much of Rajasthan. With its alluring palaces like the City Palace, Hawa Mahal, Jai Mahal, Nahargarh Fort, Amber Fort and the Lake Palace, Jaipur showcases the Rajasthani architectural finesse. If you’ve got interest in history, these palaces and monuments are a great way to learn about the luxury life of the maharajas. If you’re planning to take a look into the majestic lifestyle of the royals and relish some authentic Rajasthani cuisine, a trip to Rajasthan should always be in your list.
Manali - A visit to Manali could be an adventure of a lifetime. With its snow-capped hills, slow paced lifestyle and abundance of natural beauty, Manali is a perfect getaway. Situated at some 6,500 feet, this majestic place is a haven for adventure enthusiasts and also opens the doors to the enchanting upper Himalayas. If you’re up for some trekking and natural sightseeing, Manali makes for a fantastic holiday. You can easily take a Delhi to Manali taxi and enjoy its breathtaking views on any weekend.
2 Yaers Ago, Thursday, December 10, 2015, 13:43:40