Asia is arguably the most popular region in the entire world with travellers, what with the abundance of culture and beauty to discover within its countries. However, with certain spots becoming oversaturated with tourism, it’s time to look to the lesser-known areas to visit instead. Here are just six of the cities you should visit in Asia that aren’t at all overcome by travellers.
Navratri – the auspicious nine days of worship and austerity have become a big thing in Delhi and various brands have Navratri deals, discounts and what not. Similarly restaurants and cafes are also bringing to diners new varieties of food specially curated for navratri fasts. This time we tried navratra menu at Punjab Grill Tappa at DLF Cyberhub Gurgaon and here is a curtain raiser.
Punjabi music is perhaps the most popular genre of entertainment in the country. What started as a fun twist to Punjabi music, thanks to Bollywood, is now a music language recognised in India and beyond. We came across Ujjwal, the new kid on this block and decided to feature him on Delhi-Fun-Dos. For good reason.
The dates for upcoming Blind School Diwali Mela 2017 are here. It’s a week long Diwali Fair and entry is free for all. Blind School Diwali Fair is one of the best options for festival shopping in Delhi. Known for stalls by various NGOs, the fair offers Diwali Gift options such as Chocolate and cookies, Diwali Decor items, hand made lamps, clothes, home accessories, artware etc.
Citrawarna, or Colours of Malaysia is a festival curated promote and celebrate Malaysia’s arts, culture, heritage and nature. On since some years, the festival is celebrated all across the globe. The Malaysian High Commission, in collaboration with Jom Jom Malay organised Citrawarna this year on Malaysia Day, 16th September, 2017. We were all curiosity when we got an invite.
Ranthambore – a sprawling, protected park just over 100 km from Jaipur, is in the south of Rajasthan. At the Ranthambore National Park, you get the opportunity to view tigers in a natural and realistic habitat that’s quite different from what we commonly see in fiction. The tigers are unforgettable, the additional wildlife is fascinating and the fort represents a fascinating piece of Indian history.
THE IMPERIAL, Delhi organised an evening of music by award winning Hungarian pianist Zoltán Fejérvári. We at Delhi-Fun-Dos attempt to list, attend and bring our experience in form of our blog to our readers. Therefore we listed this event and attended the concert. But was it fun indeed?