Indian restaurants in Switzerland

Some Indian tourists are very fussy about their food. They will not settle for anything other than pure Indian food, even though there are some phenomenal cuisines out there just waiting to be gobbled and relished. Fortunately for the young couples, when you are going for a Switzerland honeymoon, you will not go through such problems. Switzerland has always been a big draw for Indian tourists and honeymooners. So, a number of Indian residents have opened eateries which serve purely Indian dishes. Besides, now that internet culture has given another push to international tourism, such restaurants are opening doors pretty fast.


One of the more recommended of Indian restaurants in the Swiss region is the Taj Mahal Indian restaurant. It primarily serves north Indian food with special emphasis on Punjabi dishes. The USP of this joint is the Indian curry which has the power to make even the most sophisticated diners lick their fingers in a shameless display of gluttony. The fact that the joint is located in Interlaken also works in its favor. This town is counted amongst the more popular tourist destinations. So, the Taj Mahal restaurant deservingly gets its footfalls and even the non-Indian tourists often hop inside this place to get a taste of what spicy Indian food is all about.


If you happen to travel to Geneva, you must drop by at the Sajna Indian Restaurant. True to its name, its dishes too are authentically Indian. Foodies vouch for the delicacies served at this place. Besides, if you have a tongue for south Indian dishes, perhaps you cannot find any better place in the whole of Switzerland to get the best ones into your mouth. Sajna is run by an Indian family and hence there is a lot of bonhomie which a random Indian couple can associate with this joint. It helps that the prices are very reasonable and most people head back to their hotels only to return for another bout of lunch/dinner on the next day.


Indians on the lookout for Switzerland tour package may also keep an eye on the timings of Little India Restaurant. A quiet eatery, this is another must-visit for those who are itching to get their hands on some home-cooked meals.

Honeymoon in Cameron Highlands

I never thought that I would ever go to Malaysia. I mean, whenever one thinks of some gorgeous offshore destinations, the names of Egypt, Singapore, Thailand, Australia and Switzerland pop into the mind instantly. Yes, it is true that my roving eyes often strayed over to great deals on Malaysia packages offered here and there. But I was under the impression that this is a destination which is okay-ish type. Good, but not good enough!

Cameron Highlands

However, I apologize to myself for having all these ill-notions about this place. Malaysia is fabulous and if there is one reason I would like to drop by here, it has got to be Cameron Highlands. The good thing is that me and my boyfriend will soon be getting married (hopefully by the middle of this year) and I have already pointed out those honeymoon packages abroad which lead all the way to Cameron Highlands.


They call this place the ‘Little England’. It is a serene and sleepy hill station and is exactly the kind of place I love. In fact, any couple who is on a honeymoon will fall in love with such a place. Its greenery, tranquility and agreeable weather will win your heart any day.


Just to give you the readers a brief idea, Cameron Highlands is nestled in the region of Pahang in western part of Malaysia. It is a nice hill resort where people usually go for a quiet holiday and for mingling with nature.

Malaysia holiday tour packages also give you the chance to peep around. There is the Mossy Forest, the glistening Parit Waterfall and the vantage point of Mount Brinchang. There are some heartening valleys as well. To be frank, this hill station has got sprawling gardens and estates thrown all over it. One can always feel like dancing to their tunes in this part of the world.

Butterfly Farm malaysia

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If you are interested in butterflies or in insects in general, just hop over to Butterfly Farm where you can watch and photograph an array of insects including some colorful butterflies. This region is also excellent for photography and the pollution-free air can give your lungs a reprieve from the smoke of the metro towns.

All in all, Cameron Highlands is good and if you are looking for honeymoon packages abroad, you can settle down on this destination without a worry.

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Maldivian Music band and Culture

Maldives, for its round-the-year sunshine and a happy bunch of exotic beach resorts, is leading the list of international honeymoon packages these days. No one can deny the quintessence charm of this island which has leapfrogged some of the traditional favorites like Mauritius. While its lovely luxurious resorts do allow you to get the pleasure of sin, it is also a place where you can take a peep into the culture and get immensely enriched. Your luxury Maldives tour will certainly give you your share of opportunity to sink into the local folk music and modern music.


Maldives is an Islamic region but its culture borrows heavily from Sri Lanka and south India. Hence, the blend of Islamic culture and South Indian culture is there to be seen in almost every aspect of life and art. The music itself is a revelation. One of the most popular forms of music is Boduberu. Its origin can be traced back to as early as the 11th century. Yet, over the years, one must say, it has gone through its fair bit of changes. It is primarily performed by 15 people and involves a lazy start which soon gives way to a heart-racing beat.

Bandiyaa jehun

Then there is the Thaara. This form of music is believed to have an Arabic origin. Hence, you can see that the traditional music forms of Maldives have that cosmopolitan flavor. Add to that the fact that each of them have got influenced by the local culture and have truly developed over the centuries into something unique and indigenous.


There is another great dance form which will remind you instantly of the rustic India. Known as Bandiyaa jehun, this form of dance involves women who waltz happily wearing metallic rings and to the delicious tune of metallic water pots. While it is medieval at its root, the modernists have done their bit to add some current flavors. So, you will find a dash of harmonica and drums here and there.


Luxury Maldives tour is getting more and more popular. There is so much to see and observe in this part of the world. Clearly, these innovative international honeymoon packages are no longer just about underwater restaurants and tropical beaches. There is a new cultural vista waiting to wrap you in its arms.