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Delhi / Agra / Jaipur / Kashmir India Golden Triangle (With English Tour Guide)
RM2,758.00 per person
Delhi / Agra / Jaipur India Golden Triangle Getaway (With English Tour Guide)
RM1,918.00 per person
About IndiaStretched from frozen summit to the tropical greenery, India's expansive borders encompass an incomparable range of landscape and people. With a rich culture and heritage, India is the 7th largest country in the world with a fascinating variety of over 400 living languages. A compelling destination for all tourists whether to admire the amazing landscape or the colorful sari's worn on the streets.
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For its historical significance, Agra is a top destination for all tourists who come to visit India. Home to the Taj Mahal, Agra Fort and Fatehpur Sikri, all three declared as UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Agra is home to some of the most significant historical milestones in the world. The Taj Mahal is classified by some organizations as one of the 7 wonders of the world. The grand, delicate architecture of the Mogul empire is truly a landmark anyone can admire and appreciate. For history-fanatics Agra Fort is a must visit. Rich in history and tells a romantic tale down to its final sandstone brick, Agra Fort is the fort that every great conqueror dreamed of invading or retaining from its earliest days of construction. The prominence and significance of this fort led to many great wars, restoration efforts and nation-defining revolutions that had only ceased by the 19th century. You will not want to miss laying your eyes on this iconic monument and taking those photos that will last you a lifetime. .
KashmirLocated on the North-Western region of India, Kashmir is sometimes known as ‘Heaven on Earth’ for its natural beauty and display of the best of both summer and winter, all within a single state. From beautiful lakes to snow-coated mountains and mesmerizing temples, Kashmir’s scenic beauty is some of the best in the world. A popular winter-wonderland for skiing enthusiasts and people looking for a refreshing getaway. In Kashmir, you will be able to view the Himalayan range and the likes of some of the tallest mountains in the world like Mount Everest and Kanchenjunga. You will not want to miss the chance to ski in some of the whitest, thickest snow you will ever see in Gulmarg. At Kashmir, you must also experience some of the summer as well as the winter. Visit gorgeous tulip gardens while you indulge and have some fragrant Kashmiri Tea, Kehawa. Additionally, you should also visit the famous Daal Lake for its unforgettable scenery of mystical waters and lake-side breezes.
Located at the heart of India, Delhi is the figurative and literal heart of India, its history, and its culture. Home to New Delhi, India’s national capital, Delhi is a place of history, diversity, and culture. For those who love the toils of history must pay a visit to the Red Fort. Built by the Mughal Empire, during the 17th Century, the Red Fort was the main residence, ceremonial and political landmark of the Mughal Emperors. You do not want to miss the opportunity of taking a magnificent photo of the Red Fort and its unforgettable gate, the Lahori Gate. Packist.com also recommends that you try some traditional Delhi street food, Dilli-ki-Chaat. You should especially try some chaat papdi (fried wafers with potatoes, chickpeas yogurt and chilies) and golgappas (fried hollow dough filled with chickpeas and spicy potatoes).
During the late 19th century and in order to impress Prince Albert, Maharaja Sawai Ram Singh imposed a law (which remains currently intact) that all Jaipur residences had to adopt a uniform color scheme to all of its buildings. The color chosen was a terracotta pink, this is why Jaipur has become and will be forever remembered as the ‘Pink City’. A visit to Hawa Mahal will blow you away, hence the name ‘Palace of the Breeze’. The castle is made of red and pink sandstone. The gorgeous palace’s windows are constructed so eloquently, going home without a photo of this building should be a crime. For History-fanatics, Packist.com recommends that you visit the grand 17th Century Amer Fort. Constructed in sandstone and marble, Amer Fort is a staple and a top tourist attraction of Jaipur for its gorgeous Hindu style, hilltop palace positioning which overlooks the Moata Lake.
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