Sites in the network: Asian Correspondent Tech Wire Asia
Facebook Login twitter login

India

Picture of the Day: Celebrating Maghasaptami in India

Picture of the Day: Celebrating Maghasaptami in India
February 6, 2014 - 0 Comments - Travel Wire Asia

An Indian Sadhu or Hindu holy man is reflected on a mirror as he sits inside the Khandagiri Cave hills ahead of the week-long Maghasaptami festival on the outskirts of the eastern Indian city of Bhubaneswar, Wednesday.

Picture of the Day: A snowy day in Shimla, India

Picture of the Day: A snowy day in Shimla, India
January 20, 2014 - 1 Comments - Travel Wire Asia

A monkey sits on a railing and looks skywards in snow-covered Shimla, India, Saturday. The northern Indian hill town has been covered in a blanket of snow after it received its first heavy snowfall of the season Friday night. (AP Photo)

Fantastic destinations to consider in 2014

Fantastic destinations to consider in 2014
November 28, 2013 - 0 Comments - Jo Lane

EVEN if you’ve been almost everywhere in Asia, there is always more to see and hidden gems to discover. From China to India, Australia and New Zealand, this list could take you to a riverside town, a sandy beach, crumbling ruins or to meet wildlife in the Asia-Pacific region in the new year. Happy travelling. Fenghuang,…>

Skies light up for India’s Diwali festival

Skies light up for India’s Diwali festival
November 4, 2013 - 0 Comments - Travel Wire Asia

MILLIONS of Indians were setting off deafening fireworks displays Sunday to light up the sky for Diwali, the Hindu Festival of Lights, which celebrates the triumph of good over evil. People across India also handed out sweets, exchanged greetings with friends and relatives, and adorned their homes with glowing lanterns and oil lamps as they…>

AP PHOTOS: India glitters ahead of Diwali

AP PHOTOS: India glitters ahead of Diwali
November 2, 2013 - 0 Comments - Travel Wire Asia

NEW DELHI (AP) — Millions of Indians stocked up on firecrackers, handed out sweets and adorned their homes with glowing lanterns and sparklers ahead of Diwali, the Hindu festival of lights, on Sunday. The most important festival of the year in India, Diwali celebrates the triumph of good over evil. The biggest — and loudest…>

Holy cow: India’s most sacred sites

Holy cow: India’s most sacred sites
September 20, 2013 - 0 Comments - Jo Lane

THE Indian sub-continent is the birthplace of several world religions and home to numerous holy places for Buddhists, Muslims, Christians, Jains, Sikhs and others. Whether you have a religious inclination or not, these impressive cities, caves, temples and monuments with their age-old architecture, origins and traditions will help you touch some of the spirituality so…>

In pictures: India’s beautiful forts, palaces and havelis

In pictures: India’s beautiful forts, palaces and havelis
September 4, 2013 - 0 Comments - Jo Lane

THE forts, palaces and havelis of India are like something out of Arabian Nights. Complete with camels wandering nearby, the encroaching desert sands, women in brilliant saris and the smell of spices in the bazaars, they are a huge attraction for tourists visiting states such as Rajasthan and Gujurat. Jaisalmer fort, Rajasthan The Jaisalmer fort…>

Find a place to stay

best price guarantee


Places to stay

Fernhills Palace

Ooty, Tamil Nadu , India

Fernhills Palace

Enjoy a true blue royal

Luxury Boutique Hotel
1 Bedroom, sleeps 2
1 Bathroom

View

Fort Chanwa Luni

Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India

Fort Chanwa Luni

A restored fortress reminiscent of

Luxury Boutique Hotel
1 Bedroom, sleeps 2
1 Bathroom

View

Carlton Plaisance

Mussoorie, Uttaranchal, India

Carlton Plaisance

With period furniture and architecture,

Luxury Hotel
1 Bedroom, sleeps 2
1 Bathroom

View

Bal Samand Lake Palace

Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India

IMG_0432

A former summer home to

Luxury Boutique Hotel
1 Bedroom, sleeps 2
1 Bathroom

View

Balaram Palace

Chitrasani Village, Gujurat, India

cinema_balaram

Easily the best preserved of

Luxury Boutique Hotel
1 Bedroom, sleeps 2
1 Bathroom

View

Comments

  • avatarBloggs { The circle of life above is stupid, filthy, depraved rubbish and should never have bene allowed in public. } – Apr 03, 11:09 AM
  • avatarGracey { This includes many stereotypes of Australian culture, although you might find that some of them are more common in the rural areas. :) } – Mar 31, 3:25 AM
  • avatarPlan volunteering Nepal { Volunteering in various project Teaching at School Teaching at monastery Help in an orphanage Medical project environment Program Home stay and Cultural Exchange Trekking and... } – Mar 27, 3:43 AM
  • avatarEmily Hulme { I agree Polly! Easyjet staff in London made my 85 year old grandmother stand for an hour in the waiting area. No chair could be... } – Mar 26, 10:54 AM
  • avatarEmily Hulme { I am sure this happens more than Easyjet let on. I have several friends who have been in this predicament before. We need to start... } – Mar 26, 10:26 AM
  • avatarPolly { Easy jet are renowned for poor customer service and lack of response to complaints. I had a horrendous experience flying with them where the plane... } – Mar 26, 10:18 AM
  • avatarHenry Baker { Just one example of how little easyjet care about their customers. } – Mar 26, 10:05 AM
  • avatarloy man { Liverpool star Suarez below only Messi & Ronaldo – Bellamy agen bola terpercaya Cityholidaybet.com reported - Cardiff City forward Craig Bellamy believes that there are... } – Mar 25, 2:30 AM
  • Older »
Villa Kiara Boutique Hotel

View

Barefoot Sakau Lodge

View

The Peninsula

View

Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit

View

Shangri La Bangkok

View

The Heritage House & Gardens

View

Webdesign