Thursday, September 26, 2019

What to eat, where to play and what to know when traveling to India

 traveling to India
India is often not on the "must-go-list" of many tourist followers. However, it is that that makes you skip many interesting experiences in this country.

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A remote country, polluted air, unsafe, culinary culture "without chopsticks" ... are the reasons why many people abandon the journey to discover an Indian country full of interesting. However, a nightmare called "transit" is one of the main reasons why many young people are afraid to explore this country.

If not once in your life experience a cultural rich India with many typical destinations famous around the world, you will surely feel regret. So, with 5 tips below, you will not have to worry when you are planning to visit this country.

Which season should you go to India?

Climate India is divided into 3 main seasons: winter, summer and rainy season. Summer in India lasts from March to May, relatively hot; The rainy season from June to October brings many long-term rains.
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India in the summer is dyed yellow by the sun.
Winter in India starts from November to February next year. The sky is getting sunny, the weather is warm, this is also the time when beaches in India are crowded with tourists to relax, party on the sand. Travel devotees can visit most of their favorite destinations during this time.

By what means?

This is one of the questions that make many travel enthusiasts wonder every time they intend to visit India. For Vietnam visitor, usually want to go to India, you will depart in Hanoi, Da Nang and Ho Chi Minh City, transit in Bangkok, Singapore or Kuala Lumpur before coming to Mumbai or Delhi.

Normally, you will transit at 1-2 airports and it takes about 15-18 hours to reach India. In particular, transit time often accounts for more than half of the total journey. Therefore, many young people see "transit" as a nightmare during their trip.

However, that changed when young people became excited when Vietjet became the first airline to open direct flights from Vietnam, namely Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi, to New Delhi, shortening the time of moving for many tourist devotees.
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Vietjet became the first airline to open a direct flight from Vietnam to India.
Journey to explore India with many colors now shortened to 5 hours with fares from only VND 666,000 / way. The Ho Chi Minh City - New Delhi route operates from December 6 with a frequency of 4 flights per week (Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday). The Hanoi - New Delhi route operates from December 7 with the frequency of 3 flights/week (Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday).

At the same time, Vietjet also offers tourism believers the opportunity to experience a rich identity and cultural India with a variety of 0 VND promotions regularly deployed at the website www.vietjetair.com from 12h to 14h every day or Vietjet Air mobile app. With just one click, you can completely reach India with many interesting and mysterious experiences at Buddha-land on the banks of the Ganges.

Choosing the right time and flight is only the beginning of the journey to discover India. You will need to pocket a few more tips before visiting this country.

What to eat when traveling to India?

Indian cuisine is one of the attractions for international visitors by the variety of ingredients and processing, as well as focusing on spices. If pho is the soul of Vietnamese cuisine, sushi is a typical beauty in Japanese cuisine, then curry is the quintessence of "hand-eating" cuisine. Indian curry is meticulously processed with a variety of ingredients, from vegetables to meats such as pork, beef, chicken, fish, goat ... Each different curry has its own unique flavor, difficult to mix.

If you are interested in exploring traditional cuisine, thali, chicken tikka, modak cake and malasa tea are the dishes you should not miss.

In it, Thali is a mixed dish of rice, naan bread, bean curry, potatoes, unsweetened yogurt and a few other ingredients to add flavor. Thali is placed on a tray with all ingredients, both eye-catching and stimulating the taste of each customer.
Indian cuisine
Indian cuisine
Indian cuisine
Indian cuisine
Thali, chicken tikka, modak cake and malasa tea are the dishes not to be missed when coming to India.

Chicken tikka is also another traditional dish of Indians. This is a fairly complex dish in the processing, bringing the typical pungency of chili powder and ginger powder, skillfully blended with unsweetened yogurt. Thanks to that, chicken tikka is one of the most popular dishes in this country.

Modak cake is one of the most favorite sweet dishes in India. The white crust is made from rice flour or wheat flour, mixed with khava or maida flour. The sweet core inside is fried coconut with palm sugar, creating a sweet feeling without being harsh.

If you are a fan of milk tea, you will not be able to skip malasa during your visit. Through the process of selecting ingredients and elaborately cooking, malasa tea brings a special flavor, moderate sweetness, the aroma of tea lingering in warm spicy ginger slices.

Which destinations to visit?

India covers its own cultural beauty with many unique architectural works. In particular, Taj Mahal temple, "palace of the wind" Hawa Mahal, Shanti Stupa white tower are destinations that are hard to miss for travelers who like to check-in.

If you are adventurous, want to see the majesty of nature, Athirapally, Hogenakkal, Noh waterfalls from afar looks like a magnificent and vivid picture, will bring you many valuable experiences.

If you are looking for comfort, lightness, India is a perfect destination with green islands, pristine beaches and white sand stretching poetically at the beaches, and islands of Havelock, Lakshadweep or Goa.
India covers its own cultural beauty
India covers its own cultural beauty
India covers its own cultural beauty with many unique architectural works.

If in the past, you often spent a lot of time on transit, the time for exploring and experiencing tourist destinations was tight, then with the direct flight from Vietnam to India of Vietjet, you have a lot of time for the journey to discover India more fully. Therefore, you can fully explore from unique architectural works to magnificent waterfalls, even immerse yourself in the quiet space on the picturesque coastline with only your short trip.

What to buy as a gift?

As a country rich in cultural identity, India has many souvenirs that most tourists want to own. In particular, Kashmir shawls, Saris silk, Ganesha idols, Madhubani art painting or handicraft products are souvenirs selected by many visitors.

Visitors can find souvenirs easily at flea markets, wholesale and retail markets, with a variety of souvenirs. In addition, if you want to ensure the quality, you can also choose to buy souvenirs at the local supermarket.


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