Goa: Adventure sports at Calangute Beach, sunset river cruise along the Mandovi River
Bali: Sunrise trek to Mount Batur, an active volcano, Catamaran cruise in Nusa Dua, cooking classes
Maldives: Water sports like canoeing, jet skiing and snorkelling; glass-bottom boat rides and dolphin cruises
Goa: Basilica of Bom Jesus, Chapora Beach, Fort Aguada
Bali: Taman Ayun Temple with its multi-storeyed roof structures, coffee plantations near Ubud
Udaipur: Sajjan Garh that houses the Monsoon Palace, City Palace, Lake Pichola
Goa: Bebinca (a Goan dessert made with eggs), seafood and Fenny (a local Goan liquor made with cashews)
Bali: Jumbo prawns at Jimbaran Beach, Kopi Luwak coffee
Maldives: Seafood and Biryani at the Hive Restaurant
Goa: Mapusa Market, Anjuna Flea Market, Calangute Market for junk jewellery, clothing and brassware
Bali: Batik print clothes, wood paintings and carvings, handicrafts in Ubud Village Market
Udaipur: Camel leather bags and bandhini dupattas at the Bada Bazaar
Goa: "Dil Chahta Hai" movie style shots at Chapora Fort
Maldives: Use a water proof camera to capture the exotic variety of aquatic animals
Udaipur: Shots of the City Palace from Lake Pichola, fun shots during a puppet show
Want To Go ?
The wedding dates are fixed and your family is overjoyed. It’s time to celebrate another shaadi in the house! The big question is, where?
In our mission to give you the most beautiful property to host your wedding, we’ve handpicked eight hotels across Bali, Goa, Maldives and Udaipur. Be it a simple or no-expenses-spared wedding, these gems will win your heart.
a) Komaneka Bisma, Ubud
Location: 10 minutes from the bustling Ubud Market
Why destination wedding: Celebrate your big day in a stunning Wanasmara (‘forest of love' in Sanskrit) wedding chapel. A terrace restaurant and mini amphitheatre for live music make the occasion perfect.
Wine and Dine: Lobby and pool bars. Fine dining restaurant with Indonesian, Asian and Mediterranean delicacies.
Hotel USP: Treetop picnic lunch, Balinese cooking class, pool villas overlooking river valley and rice fields
A happy soul who loves food, nature, people, talking, and life! Two interesting initiatives have made Rachita’s life even more amazing – spreading good cheer through her Facebook initiative Positive Mantra and churning out lip-smacking dishes instead of just hogging all day.