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Kashmir is for couples

Kashimir is the perfect place to romance!

india Updated: Jan 07, 2012 01:03 IST

Hindustan Times

Kashimir is the perfect place to romance!

I am getting married next year in April and am planning a honeymoon trip. I reside in Delhi and do not like crowded places. Please suggest some good honeymoon destinations for five to seven nights.
You say you are from Delhi and if you wish to celebrate your marriage, then Kashmir is a romantic place during the month of April. I also suggest that you avoid beaches in summer, though it is a preferred choice for honeymoon celebrations.

Or you could visit Kerala, where the tree houses or boathouses are good places to stay in. The other place is near Mumbai and is called Matheran. It is a small and beautiful hill station that is not crowded. You also get good hotels and enjoy sightseeing in and around the place.

Wherever you go, try to get all the details on how to travel, and book for the hotel rooms in advance, as they arrange exclusive facilities for the newly married.

I will be visiting Delhi for four days for my project work. Daily, after 5 pm, I will have leisure time and am planning to sightsee. Also, I am planning to stay for two extra days to see the places in Delhi. Kindly let me know of places I can visit.

ADelhi is never short of places to visit. Depending on where you are put up, plan and club multiple places at one go. For instance, you could reach Connaught Place via Metro in the evening, to roam around or go shopping. Next, you could dine at Khan Market (quite close) and then enjoy a late evening at the India Gate, which is a must visit. Here, you will have three popular places covered in an evening.

Historical monuments and similar places should be seen during the day, or on holidays, if you are on leave.

First Published: Jan 06, 2012 18:46 IST