first time had the opportunity to visit “Incredible” India. I was with my husband in India, and we already plan a long time ago to visit here. A short story about packing and journey on the way to India, and here we arrive safely. Stop by to drop by all the luggage.
Now We are in New Delhi for two days and fast looking for the hop on hop on hop off (HOHO Bus) for visiting some places. HOHO Bus (Hop On Hop Off) – As in New York, London, Rome, Singapore and several other big cities, New Delhi has a tour bus that designed so we can pay a set fee for a particular booking period of 1 or 2 days and the bus runs passing through places. We can go up and down at a particular stop, and HOHO bus will come every 30-45 minutes.
Some attractions in New Delhi, who had time to visit, are: The Lo Amer City or Pink City, Pink itself symbolizes hospitality, almost every corner of the old city walls are decorated with pink. Maharaja Ram Singh had originally painted the whole town in pink to welcome the King Edward VII in 1876, but the tradition was still attached to the present and become an attraction itself. Love this place a lot.
Next destination Hawa Mahal, Consists of five floors, built of pink sandstone and red and white chalk. Hawa Mahal Palace has 953 windows, facing toward the street outside the palace, and today has become a famous tourist spot and is one of the spectacular sights in Jaipur. The entire city of Jaipur can be seen from the palace. Hawa Mahal palace has become a great place to shoot some Indian and international films. We are taking the pictures a lot while imagining we are Bollywood artists.
We were exhausted because the sun is so intense, but we still continue the journey to City Palace – India’s richest royal families of Jaipur royal. This place has a very spacious courtyard complex, gardens, and buildings that blend Rajasthani and Mughal architecture. Gate Peacock (Peacock Gate) in the City Palace also looks beautiful. Now, the royal family stayed at the Chandra Mahal (Moon Palace) directly adjacent to the section of the page. Inside it, you can visit a complex of museums, art galleries, the Royal family costumes, weapons, and equipment.
The Excitement of Taj Mahal and Agra Fort in Agra
Taj Mahal, Known as one of the seven wonders of the world. It because the shape of the building is a magnificent and beautiful style which is also followed by the history of its development and romantic, thick with a mix of Persian and Indian style, was built by Emperor Shah Jahan of the Mughal Empire to commemorate the death of his beloved wife, Mumtaz Mahal. This place is excellent, and everything is beautiful.
Agra Fort, Continuing the journey about 2.5 kilometers to the northwest and will meet or Agra Fort Agra Fort. One of the tourist attractions in India surrounds an area of 380,000 square meters and has four main gates. The biggest gate named Delhi Gate facing directly into the city. While other doors, namely Lahore Gate or Amar Singh Gate, the sole entrance of tourists to be able to enjoy the beauty of palaces, pavilions, balconies, squares, statues, and mosques. In here we stopped for pray.
Final Destination, remarkable Lotus Temple, and Red Fort in Delhi
Lotus Temple, the architectural style, entertaining, and also elegant and attractive to travelers from various corners of the country. Time flies, it’s too early get home now, but we still have a few time to save the time visiting final destination Red font.
While on the way to Red Fort, someone we met there told us that, we’re going to see is the giant wall with red sandstone covers eight sides, as well as a silent witness to the end of the Mughal dynasty in India which has been in power for three centuries. The building is showing the work of high art degree of Mughal sultanate heritage. Wow… And after the Red Fort, time goes so fast, and we are running out of time to go back to our hometown. My impression here, India is a unique country and highly viscous culture.
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