Kayamkulam is an ancient village, situated on the coast of the Arabian sea in the Alappuzha district of Kerala. Under the rule of various Indian kings, Kayamkulam has emerged as a prominent centre of architecture and art. Once old littoral trading centre, Kayamkulam attracts tourists all round the year. This blissful village faces the backwaters of Kerala, is especially famous for its delicious cuisine. The nearest airport from Kayamkulam is Cochin International Airport, while Kayamkulam Junction Railway Station is the closest railway station that connects this village to all the major cities in India. Besides this, Kayamkulam is also well connected by road as frequent bus services are available from places like Trivandrum, Alappuzha, Quilon, and Cochin.
Mysore is the third-largest city in the south Indian state of Karnataka. Also known as Palace City Of India, it served as the capital city of Mysore Princely kingdom for six centuries. Situated at the base of Chamundi Hills, Mysore is one of the top tourist destinations in India. Mysore is well connected to other parts of India via rail, road, and air. Bengaluru International Airport is the nearest international airport, which is located at a distance of 185.7 km from Mysore. Many luxury buses and taxis are available to take you from Bangalore to Mysore. Mysore Railway Station connects the city to Bangalore, Hassan, and Chamrajnagar.
Adorned with a golden beach and an ancient fort, Bekal calls out loud to eco-tourists. Located in the Kasargod district of Kerala, this small town can be easily accessed through the SH-17. The Kottikulam Railway Station is quite close as well, and connects Bekal with the railway network in Kerala. Tall Casuarina trees gently sway over the Bekal Beach; a popular landmark in the area. This unspoilt beach provides stunning views of the sunset, and lies right in front of Bekal Fort. Shaped like a giant keyhole, Bekal Fort provides astounding views of the Arabian Sea from its tall observation towers. Valiyaparamba, located about 30 km from Bekal, is a small island known for its pristine backwaters.
Delhi is the giant capital city of the Indian subcontinent. Apart from being famous for its culture, heritage, history, and art, Delhi is also very popular for its lip smacking street food, grand bazaars, and a happening nightlife. Delhi has borne witness to a number of royal dynasties like Mauryas, Tughlaqs, Mughals, and the British Empire. Some of the popular city structures date back to the colonial era. Delhi is well connected to other parts of India via rail, road, and air. Indira Gandhi International Airport and New Delhi Railway Station are the city’s own airport and railhead respectively. If you are planning to take a road trip to Delhi, you can travel via a number of national highways which link the capital to major Indian cities.
Jaipur, also known as the Pink City, is quite famous for its rich, colourful, and princely Rajasthani culture. It is also the first ever planned city of India, which was designed according to Indian Vastu Shastra* in the year 1727. Jaipur surely is worth a visit if grandeur of the princely culture charms you. This radiant city will offer you a glimpse of the royal lifestyle through a number of magnificent forts and palaces it boasts of.
Agra is a historical city situated on the banks of Yamuna river in the state of Uttar Pradesh. Agra, also known as the City Of Taj, attracts tourists like moths to flames. This north Indian city carries the legacy of the Mughal Empire in its beautiful tombs and mausoleums. Agra was beautified by Mughal emperors like Akbar, Jahangir, and Shah Jahan, who built huge gardens and constructed architectural marvels. Agra is well connected by rail, road, and air. The nearest airport is Indira Gandhi International Airport which is situated at a distance of 217.8 km from Agra. You can also hire a taxi or take a bus from Greater Noida and reach Agra via the 6-lane Yamuna Expressway. The closest railway station is Agra Cantonment which is connected to all major cities in India.
Seven different islands in the Arabian Sea came together to constitute this huge city Mumbai, which is now the wealthiest city of India. This city, previously called as Bombay, was initially the home to communities of fishing colonies and hence explains its rich fishery business. It is commonly said that this city never sleeps, as it has a colourful and lively nightlife.
Mumbai is very easy to reach as it is very well connected by air to most major destinations in the country and around the world. It is also extensively connected to most of the cities in the country through railways.
Chhatarpur, named after its founder and the Rajput leader Chhatrasal, has always been a very famous tourist destination in India for its rich cultural heritage. This picturesque hilly town will charm especially those who are fascinated by ancient Indian history on traditional cultures and heritage.
The airport located nearest to Chhatarpur is Khajuraho Domestic Airport, which is around 45 min drive to Chhatarpur. The nearest international airport is in Bhopal, which is approximately a 5-hour drive from Chhatarpur. You can also reach Chhatarpur via train. The closest railway station is located in Khajuraho and is very well connected to all the major cities in the country.
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