The month of February usually focuses on the national budget. It is also about how certain products and services will become affordable and expensive based on the budget. For many travel bloggers like us travel is a part of our lifestyle and we have to focus on the expense part as well.
Do you love to travel abroad, but don’t have the right budget to do so? To be honest, I’ve seen many of my friends and colleagues talk about how desperate they are to travel abroad to spend great holiday time with their friends, family and life partner, but their limited income and household expenses do not really provide them the room to turn their dreams into reality. Well, I understand that completely because many of my friends have travel abroad and I’ve seen how much money it really takes to make that 10-15 days trip. On the other hand, when you return you may be short of cash and its back to hard work and hectic life. So, I decided to come up with a post that not just attracts Indian travelers, but also help international visitors to come visit India and explore locations that look like any other foreign locations, but at an affordable Indian price tag. Of course, those who have travel abroad would know that foreign locations are cleaner than the Indian counterparts, but my friend, you also got to keep in mind that you’re paying incredibly low for your trip, so you got to compromise somewhere.
So, here are 5 places in India that give you that feel of a foreign location at an Indian price.
When I think of Jaipur all I can remember is broad avenues and spacious gardens. Known as the Pink City, Jaipur remains the capital city and also the largest city of Rajasthan attracting more tourists here every year. While there are millions that come and visit Jaipur, but not many people know that the city has been planned in a nine grid pattern which astrologers believed to be a lucky in terms of architecture. The City Palace is the heart of the grid and sits right in the middle. However, today that grid has been broken mainly because of the new homes that have sprung up all over. There is so much that Jaipur has to offer that I cannot write that all down in one single blog post. Since I am focusing here on Diwali shopping let me tell you Jaipur is a treasure trove for shoppers and you might end up emptying your bank account if you are an impulsive shopper. Let’s explore some of the best places that you can find here in Jaipur that can offer you an exciting shopping experience like never before.