Mumbai, which was previously known as Bombay is one of the most cosmopolitan cities of India. It is the state capital of Maharashtra and the financial epicentre of India. The city houses the prolific Hindi film industry and boasts of being the most fashionable Indian city.
Bangalore is the IT capital of India and one of the most fast paced cities in South India. The city is the face of modern India and is blessed with a lovely climate and houses India's largest collection of tropical plants. The visitors can savour the unique South Indian cuisine - delicious idlis and delectable upomas in Bangalore.Read More
Kolkata, once the capital of British India is now serving as the capital of the state of West Bengal. This intellectual city is dotted with interesting tourist places, dazzling shopping malls and gorgeous restaurants. Kolkata exudes warmth and is the ideal city to taste the delicious Bengali cuisine.
The bustling port city of Kerala, Kochi also known as Cochin is a popular tourist destination. It has been the centre of Indian spice trade for many centuries. Lush mangroves and swaying coconut trees hemming the scenic backwaters attract tourists from all over the world. Keralan arts, Kathakali and Kalarippayattu are integral parts of Kochi.
Delhi, the capital city of India since 1911, is a melting point of distinctive demography with varied hues of multi-culturalism conspicuous in every corner of the city. Delhi is dotted with numerous historical sites, ancient monuments and architectural ruins making it a popular tourist destination.
Bangkok, one of the most cosmopolitan cities in Asia is the capital city of Thailand. The captivating Thai capital called the "City of Angels" is replete with marvellous temples, grand palaces and museums, eclectic floating markets and vibrant nightlife. Modern day Bangkok has developed into a major tourist destination attracting visitors from all corners of the globe.Read More
Goa is sea, sand and sun in abundance and is popular for all-night parties and laid-back lifestyle. It is one of the most popular tourist destinations in India and for a true Goan experience a visit to Panaji is a must and tasting the Goan cuisine which will surely tantalize the taste buds of every food lover.
Chennai, considered as the gateway to South India, is a culturally rich city that is reflected in its music, dance forms, fine arts and cuisines. Being ruled by many a powerful dynasty, Chennai has now become a cosmopolitan city with people from other parts of India who have easily being mingled with the locals and made the city their own.Read More
Known as "the pearl city" due to its trading of pearls and diamonds, Hyderabad, the capital of Telengana is a multi-culturally rich place with an old world charm has numerous historical buildings and monuments which attracts tourists in all seasons from all over the world, the most notable of those being the Charminar and the Golconda Fort.Read More
Pune, also known as "the cultural capital of Maharashtra", is also called "Oxford of the East" largely because of the presence of a number of top institutions and colleges in the city. The city attracts the best of the talents from all around the world, especially from within the country, who flock here to pursue their dreams and ambitions, thereby also providing the city with a lively atmosphere and happening nightlife.Read More
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