Top best landscapes you should visit in India (Part 1)

India is a special country in Asia because it has rich history about traditions and customs. When you visit India, you can imagine a part about the human life from many years ago. In this article, we will discuss top best landscapes in India which you must-see in your trip to this nation. 

When you check-in the following list, it means you come India.

1, The Himalayan mountain range

The Himalayan mountain is well-known in the global because of the enthralling and natural beauty. 

It is located and stretched in continuous 5 states: Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Sikkim. You can feel generous and majestic of the nature.

This mountain range deserves to become one of the hottest spots to discover in India. There are series of entertainment services you can try at there, for example: riding around the Dai Lake by bike, motorbike or ricing cars, or trekking to Triund, river rafting, so on. 

If you are a fan of adventurous trip, you should try it.

2, The Indo-Gangetic Plains

If you don’t like the height, you can choose location in the foothills of Himalayan mountain, it is the Indo-Gangetic Plains which also covers some beautiful landscapes in this nation.

The fact, this place is very large located in other areas like Uttarakhand, Bhutan, West Bengal…

Some outdoor activities you can visit this place like visiting the wildlife at Jim Corbett or trekking around Nanda Devi or even going river rafting in Nameri national part, so on…

The fact, you can combine trip by walking and by sea to discover all landscapes of the Indo-Gangetic Plains.

3, The Highlands

The highlands bring vivid landscapes around India which are completely different from other landscapes.

It’s great to discover the architectural beauty of Gwalior Fort or visit some historical places in Jaipur. It looks royal and ancient.

Tips you should know when travel to India

Recently, people tend to travel to India more. The main reason is that it is a natural nation with a variety of culture and tradition to discover. As a hot trend, the young prefer discovering new scenic spots like India.

Although this is an attractive destination, there are some risks or accidents you should know to have a safe trip. Following this article, we share tips must-see when travel to India.

4/ Should bring a camera as necessary item

If you miss pictures at India, your trip becomes less interesting. So many photographers claim that India is a heaven to see and capture great views and landscapes like dreams. You shouldn’t miss this chance to have nice pictures for your memory.

Your camera looks like a small diary to take note amazing moments, new experience as well sweet feeling when you visit India. Even only a little boy picks up fruit and run across may become a nice picture when you see again. Maybe in this trip, you are too busy and surprising to see new views, you can’t feel full beauty of these destinations. Picture or video is a great way to save your mind when you return your home.

5/ Should bring cash

The fact that, almost big supermarkets accept to transfer by credit cards, other small shops or street restaurants only transact by cash. So, it’s better to bring cash during the trip. It’s more convenient to pay for cabs or taxi or foods at markets.

Going to bustling shops should be highly recommended when you come here. It is considered as paradise for lives of the Indian people. However, they only transact by cash.

In addition, paying by Indian currency helps you understand more about kind of currency as well meaning of symbol on it.  

Tips you should know when travel to India

India is a beautiful country, including culture, landscape, custom and even the local. When travel to India, you can discover a wide range of knowledge about diversity of the human life.

To prepare your trip safely, you should know some special things in India. Following this article to know tips for any foreigner to go to India.

1/ Make plan for your trip before action

India own a various range of bustling destinations without missing attractions. However, they are located along this nation from majestic temples to natural landmarks or beaches and cities. It’s better that you make a plan detail where you should go during travel. You should spend time to explore stunning beauty at some specific landscapes rather than wasting time to travel all places. It wastes time and makes you tired.

There are some famous destinations like recommendations: the Golden Triangle as a taste of classic, Delhi, Agra or Jaipur, the Goa’s coast, Mumbai so on.

2/ Be careful about what you eat

India is a developing country therefore there are many street restaurants. Although it is a special thing in its cuisine but it’s better you should avoid street food carts, including curries and street-side snacks to have a good health for the trip.

In general, the street food carts are not complied with strict health codes of the Government so it can contain harmful components for your body. You only should eat fresh fruits and vegetables from the famous restaurants or hotel.

3/ Book a reliable hotel

We can’t deny that some great cities can be dangerous about safety, security or depriving. So, to avoid being robbed, you should stay in a reputable hotel where they can support for the foreigners to solve all problems related. Good hotels also offer good services about dining, spacious room or English-speaking staff to support you.

6 stunning destinations for traveling in India (Part 1)

Rich in natural scenery with clear blue lakes and majestic mountains, India also attracts visitors with historical sites recognized as world heritage sites.

The magnificent architectural masterpieces and the spectacular natural scenery at these 6 destinations are the reasons to attract visitors where to find India, the sacred land full of mysteries in Asia.

Hawa Mahal Palace

Hawa Mahal means the Wind Palace, built in 1799 as an extension of the Royal Palace in the “pink city” of Jaipur. In order to meet the strict regulations at the time, this special architectural space was designed so that even women sitting in the palace could still observe the streets below without being seen by outsiders.

Hawa Mahal has 953 windows. These beautiful, honeycomb-shaped doorways help the wind blow through the building, enough to turn this place into a perfect summer palace. Another highlight of the Wind Palace is the unique strange color, made from red sandstone materials used for construction.

Dal Lake

Like a giant iconic mirror in Kashmir, Dal Lake truly mirrors the colorful “boat houses” of the locals and the majestic snow-capped Himalayas in the distance.

In the winter, Dal Lake may freeze. In July-August, countless lotus blooms here to form a colorful “carpet” covering the surface of the lake. Dal Lake is also known for its floating markets full of flowers and local vegetables.

Taj Mahal

Located in Agra city, Uttar Pradesh state, the magnificent Taj Mahal is one of the most famous destinations in India, attracting tourists from everywhere to admire. Completed in the mid-17th century, the Taj Mahal seemed to be all the love that the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan had for Mumtaz Mahal, his late wife.

With its unique symmetrical design and meticulous and elaborate decorative details, the Taj Mahal is considered a priceless art masterpiece. Thanks to the white marble construction, the tomb can reflect and change colors miraculously with each light time of day. In 1983, UNESCO honored this “jewel” of Indian Islamic art as a world heritage site.

Indian Society and Ways of Living

India has variety in many aspect of social life like ethnic, linguistic, regional, economic, religion so on. Especially, Indian society makes interesting and valuable for foreigner to discover and enjoy it.

In generally, India has various society because they have difference between urban-rural and gender distinctions, north India and south India as well other factors. Complexities of Indian society contribute to make cultural themes and enhance social harmony.

Hierarchy

This country is hierarchical society into people and social groups accordingly. The fact that the government in India is a political democracy, equality seems hardly to refer to daily life.

Hierarchy directly affects to families and kinship groups where men respect and look up to position, job, age or junior relatives. They are always standing in a higher level compared with the women.

Purity and Pollution

Indian society consider that ritual purity and pollution or complex notions will relate to ritual cleanliness or character daily of bathing in flowing water, eating the foods which are proper to one’s caste.

It has involvement between products of death or violence and ritually pollution.

Social Interdependence

People in a family, group or community are close and attached inseparability in these groups. All Indian feel worried and scared when being left alone without social support from someone. So they also have emotional interdependence. Any member feel boring, other can’t relax or watch TV happily.

Therefore people depends on psychology, economic activities and social nexus from when they are kid then it is kept longer and longer in an ongoing relationship.

Family and Kinship

An ideal family is highly valued when several generations are living, working, eating and worshiping together. It is traditional joint household maintained and continued although this nation is modernizing fast and effectively. It’s useful when they live together, they can share and support financial assistance, employment or emotion daily.

Things you should note when first visiting India (Part 1)

India is a vast country with many different religions and cultures that can make tourists bewildered when they first visit. Here are notes to help you get a smooth ride.

Avoid exhaustion

Up to now the most common complaint from first-time visitors to India is fatigue, just because they try to do so many things, travel so many places in a very short time.

Large India needs a lot of time to explore.

India is a large, colorful and charismatic country, but take a realistic look at your capabilities. A well-planned trip to a few specific locations can give you a more comprehensive and insightful view of these places. And remember, India is still there, you can come back anytime.

Going out of the city

Although it may sound cliché, the only way to get a real experience of India is to visit the small suburban villages. It helps you get rid of the hustle and bustle big cities in India. Take a trip to the mountains or to the Kerala region in the south, you will feel the hospitality and friendliness of the people here.

Pay attention to what you eat and drink

Gastrointestinal disorders are quite common for first-time visitors to India. But it does not mean you have to skip the street food, just peel the fruits and even the food whether it’s boiled or fried. Only drink bottled water and avoid salads or ice drinks.

Public transport in India is always full of people during rush hour

You may end up being pinched on public transport or in an elevator. Indigenous people may ask questions that seem too intrusive in your personal life that can make you feel nervous. However, keep in mind that each country has a completely different culture and their questions are merely to show the polite care they have for you.