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.
Andhra Bhawan off Feroze Shah Road is a very popular restaurant and we have heard so much about it. But how much of that praise was true? We wanted to check out for ourselves and landed here for dinner one evening at about 8 ish. Which was a good thing because the place was overflowing with diners soon after and there was a queue outside!
Nando’s has branched out again and they are now at Punjabi Bagh. The target must be the chicken love for West Delhites. But there is more at Nando’s. Guys, here are some leads.
Sugar Rush, a dessert festival was recently organised by DLF Mall of India in partnership with Little Black Book. The venue was DLF Mall of India, Noida. There was quite a rush here when we visited but we took our own ‘sweet time’.
So Delhi, the Delhi city guide had organised a conference for bloggers and social media influencers. The program list comprised of sessions by expert panels from travel, food, fashion etc. The event was by invite and saw a huge turnout.
World leaders in transport mobile app UBER have now come up with a food delivery app in India called UberEATS. The India launch of UberEATS started with Delhi and we were invited to the launch event at Hotel Le Meridien at Janpath. Read on for details.
Wow! Momo has sprouted all over Delhi NCR. This is a Kolkata chain and they may launched concurrently in Kolkata and Delhi. But what on earth is with their momos?
Kitty Su at The Lalit Hotel recently hosted an event to introduce Desperado beer in Delhi NCR. This was a late night event replete with foot tapping music, over sized pizza and rain outside. Read on to know more about the new beer in town.