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Budget Hotels in Delhi

The idea of a trip to Delhi excites almost everyone. This capital city of India is a hub of entertainment for the people of all ages. The city offers a wide range of tourist destination and exploring them gives you many memorable memories. Being the national capital this city receives many visitors every day. Flights to Delhi are always full mostly with the visitors who come to this city on vacation or for business purpose.

There was a time when visiting Delhi was considered a costly affair mostly because of the expensive accommodation it offered. Those were the days when budget holiday in Delhi was not a great idea as cheap hotels lacked basic facilities as well as security. But situation changed after India hosted Common Wealth Games in 2010. As Delhi prepared itself for this prestigious event, the city realised the need of good affordable accommodations in safer vicinity. Thus, came up many budget hotels and Bread and Breakfast (B&B) options in Delhi.

We have researched in detail to provide you with the information on some of the best budget hotels and B&B facilities which will help you in finalising an accommodation which doesn’t burn a hole in your pocket.

Hotel Grand Godwin

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Situated in Paharganj area, this hotel offers clean and modern rooms. Its glass elevator and marbled lobby give you the feeling of a luxury hotel. Its rooftop restaurant serves delicious food and is a great place to relax and enjoy a glass of beer. The price of the rooms in this hotel varies from Rs 1300 to 1700 per night.

Hotel Mohan International

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This hotel is situated in Paharganj area and it is very close to New Delhi railway station. It has rooms with modern facilities like tea/coffee maker, refrigerator and, direct dial phone. Washrooms have the convenience of hot and cold water. Other services provided by this hotel are currency exchange, laundry, parking facility etc. The price of the room starts from Rs. 1,395 and it also includes breakfast.

Hotel Yuvraj Deluxe

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This hotel is in close vicinity to the prominent tourist attractions like Connaught Place, Red Fort, Gurudwara Bangla Sahib and India Gate etc. Situated in Paharganj, this hotel provides comfortable rooms equipped with Wi-Fi, air-conditioner, television and telephone. The rooms in this hotel are divided in to three categories namely Standard AC Rooms, Deluxe AC Rooms and Superior Rooms. Other services include laundry, uninterrupted power back-up, pick up and drop facility to and from airport and railway station. The price ranges between Rs 1100 to 1300 and it includes breakfast with the room.

Hotel SunCourt Corporate

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Situated in Karol Bagh, this 3 star hotel is close to Birla Mandir, Jama Masjid and Raj Ghat. All its 15 rooms are air-conditioned and also include cable TV, intercom, direct-dial telephones, data port, Wi-Fi, electronic safe and room heater. Washrooms are attached to the rooms and are fitted with basic amenities. There is a restaurant in the hotel which operates 24/7 and provides delicious food. This hotel also has a hall to arrange conferences. So this is a great place to stay both for personal as well as business purposes. The room tariff ranges between Rs 1700 to 2700.

K S Palace

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This is a great B&B option situated in the Sainik Farms area of South Delhi. There are four large and well decorated rooms with attached bathrooms available for the guests. The host also stays in the same campus and offers warm hospitality. Staying here provides an opportunity to stay with an Indian family and learn about Indian Culture. Its home cooked food will surely impress you. All the rooms are equipped with basic modern facilities. Its exclusive service and serene environment ensures a pleasant and enjoyable stay.

There are many more good affordable accommodations like Airport Hotel Avtar, Hotel Emporio, Pallavi Palace etc. are available in the city. Book your Flight tickets to Delhi now and come here to have an amazing holiday. For further details on offers and discounts on the tickets call Mann Travel or you can log on to our website manntravel.com.au to get more information on the best offers.

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Places to visit in Bhutan

bhutan.jpgIt is easy to book your flight to Bhutan in cheap rates. Numerous travel agencies offer great packages with heavy benefits. Most of the tourists prefer advance booking to save their time, money and efforts. Bhutan is the great place to visit in India. Thinking about Bhutan reminds us of the olive green valleys, snow-capped high mountain ranges, icy climate and striking tradition and culture. This wonderful country is verged from the east of Arunachal Pradesh in the East, West of Nepal, and North of the Tibet. You cannot afford to ignore this place if you are visiting India for the very first time. There are so many things and places to see in Bhutan including temples, valleys, handicraft emporiums, monuments, Chukha Hydel Project and religious foundations.

1. Paro

It is a small village town with some stores, hotel and a cafeteria. Paro Dzong and Ta Dzong also have the National Museum and are considered to be among the places of awareness. In 1651, Ta Dzong was set up as a watch tower. It is a six-storey building with numerous items of religious and cultural importance, along with a collection of thankas.

2. Thimpu

Thimpu is an open valley capital of Bhutan territory and is one of the eye-catching, hygienic, small towns surrounded by high mountain ranges along with the Thimphu Chu in its Eastern side. The set up area is stretched for approximately 3km and is generally of established houses with 20,000 of inhabitants. It is the central area of attraction for tourists.

3. Flora & Fauna

Bhutan is precisely known as a wonderland for botanists’. It has an enormous range of the floral kinds that consist of the national flower blue poppy, rhododendrons, rare orchids, junipers, carnivorous plants, magnolias, tropical trees, edelweiss, gentian, high-altitude plants, medicinal plants, giant rhubarb, Daphne, pine and oak.

4. Tashichhodzong

Tashichhodzong is very popular for serving the office of the King, ministers and various government societies. The fortress is also a centre of operations for the elementary organization of Bhutan. The spiritual leader of Bhutan and the monks of both Thimphu and Punakha exist in here throughout the summer season. It is also the place for Thimphu Festival in the fall season.

5. Phajoding Temple

A saint popularly known as Shacha Rinchen established the temple in the 15th century and is located at the height of approximately 12,138 feet, administering the Thimphu Valley. Close to the temple is countless withdraw houses for the people who arrive here and spent around 3 years in withdrawing. The place offers a great view to its travellers.

6. Phuentsholing


Many travellers arriving in Bhutan over land enter in the edging town of Phuentsholing, from the neighbouring Indian city of Jaigaon. The moment you cross the border, you will experience the variation in the amount of pureness. It is uniquely beautiful to feel the vibes of this place. There are plenty of destinations to visit here such as Kharbandi Gompa, established in 1967 by the Royal Grandmother; the monastery comprising paintings on the life of Buddha and sculptures of Shubdrung Nawang Namgyal and Guru Rinpochey.

7. Zangdo Pelri Temple

This sacred place is located in the heart of Phuntsholing town. It characterizes the house of Guru Rinpochey. On the ground level there are sculptures of Guru and his eight Appearances. And the dividing wall is surrounded with paintings of the life of Buddha. On the next floor, there are as many as eight Bodhisattvas and figures of Avalokiteshwara and Shubdrung Nawang Namgyal however, on the top floor the leading statue of Buddha Amitabha is placed.

8. Taktsang Temple

The way towards the monastery encompasses attractive pine forest, a lot of the trees garlanded with Spanish moss and a sporadic stand of waving prayer flags. This is one of the most beautiful views to capture in eyes and cameras. You can enjoy the remaining Taktsang monastery after taking some rest in nearby restaurants.

9. Punakha

It is sited at the height of 4430 feet above the sea level. At one time Punakha had functioned as the winter capital of Bhutan. This place is still being used as the winter home to many of the religious leaders in Bhutan and the monks of Thimphu and Paro. It is blessed with modest temperature and nourished by Pho Chu and Mochu rivers. It is the greatest productive valley and produces best red rice in the country.

10. Tongsa

Tongsa is one of the crucial centres of the nation. It is earlier the place from where the efforts of bonding the country were launched. The massive spread of the incredible landscape revolving Tongsa would give an impression of the picture perfect place.

To grab the latest offers, lucrative deals, cheap air tickets and best accommodation book your Flight to Bhutan now.

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Night Market in Pattaya

shutterstock_78194515After Bangkok, Pattaya is perhaps Thailand’s major destination for shopping obsessives. Book your flights to Thailand to experience best shopping. Pattaya has several markets selling all kinds of stuffs including apparels, used mobile phones, footwear, fruits, fresh food items, etc. Many markets have stalls in the open air while, some are open on specific days. These markets can be very congested. Of them, Pattaya’s night market is the best. This market is titled as Thepprasit Market. It is accessible during the night time. There is an extensive range of items for travellers to select and buy. This night market appears to be the biggest night market at Pattaya. It is also popular because of the availability of cheap products in the market. That is the reason why so many people across the world come and visit this Pattaya night market.

Thepprasit Night Market has been set up by Muang Pattana Co. Ltd in the year 1999. The purpose of establishing this market is to develop the hub of product obtainable in Eastern Thailand. There is also an additional benefit associated with the establishment of this market. Its purpose is to meet the expectations of the visitor by offering food cuisine of as many as four regions of Thailand at one place.

The most common types of products available at Thepprasit Night Market are ultra-stylish clothes, well-crafted handbags, trendy designer watch collection (branded and fake both), cool sneakers, home-decor items, and many more. The alternative options available here are IT and Pet Sections.  IT Section features fresh and second hand cell phones, mp3 players, and other electronic gadgets, whereas in Pet Section you can find different breeds of dogs, cats, rabbits, fishes and several more. You can even stop there to experience an outdoor Thai massage.

The unlimited shopping range can be very puzzling for the inexperienced or those who are coming here for the first time. So, it is better to surf the internet before to enjoy shopping at Thailand’s night markets. Remember that retailers are very keen to sell their products to those who buy in bulk. Make sure you buy things in bulk along with your friends. This will save your money for sure.

A large food court is another most exciting option available in Pattaya as a wide range of delightful dishes, desserts, and fruits are offered to support a crowd visiting there. Apart from a variety of products available, this night market occasionally organizes activity to enjoy visitors, like Thai Traditional Music Contest and different kinds of musical and dance concerts. You can easily find a variety of products and shows at one stop place that is in this Thepprasit Market.

The market is arranged only for 3 nights: Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, from 05.00 pm to 11.00 pm in Jomtien. However, the peak time is from 07.00 pm to 09.00 pm and although the closing time of market is at 11.00 pm, shop keepers start packing at 10.00 pm.

Many cute pretty Thai girls roam in the grounds looking to steal good deals on falongs / Farangs. There is even a beer bar where you can comfortably sit and watch the action. It is a must see place if you are coming here for the first time.

The Thepprasit Night Market is located at Thepprasit Road, where it is just 300 meters far from Sukhumvit Road. Tourists can also see outlet mall and South Pattaya Tesco Lotus on the Sukhumvit Road as they are very close to the market. Visitors can reach there by a Song Thaew or a motorcycle taxi. The outlet Mall features original branded clothes at discount prices.

Always remember that there is generally no money-back warrantee system if you are shopping here in an open market. However, department stores might follow this system. So, think twice before you make your final purchases. Unrealistically cheap products can make you a fool. Also, in Pattaya, many shops and stores do not accept credit cards. Hence, keep some cash along with you not only to save your money but also to avoid credit fraud, which is very common in Thailand.

Avoid getting scammed while travelling. Ask our travel agents about travel frauds to make your journey safe. Log on to our official website to get cheap flights to India, Bangkok or Australia and experience the best journey at cheap air fares.