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      Tasmania is an isolated island situated off the south of Australia, and is well-known for its rugged, vast wilderness areas, heavily guarded within reserves and parks. Hobart, the capital of this Island has the world’s most fascinating art galleries.

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      Established beside the river of Ganga at the foothills of Himalayas, Rishikesh is one of the most visited locations in Uttarakhand. Apart from the yoga and meditation centres, the city is famous for its ancient temples, adventure activities, dainty cafes, and more.

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      Situated in the southern state of Tamilnadu, Kodaikanal is a famous holiday and honeymoon destination.

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      Mysore is famous for its heritage palaces and structures and also for its festivities that happen during the festival of Dasara which is when the city gets a huge share of its tourists from various parts of the world.

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      Dalhousie is a perfect haven with a long-gone colonial charm. A layer of Tibetan culture has adjoined a striking touch to this serene tourist destination. Lord Dalhousie found this town in the 1850s which is spread over 5 hills of Potreyn, Kathlog, Bakrota, Bhangora and Terah.

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      Gangtok, the capital of Sikkim, is incredibly popular for its magnificent natural beauty, mind blowing mountainous surroundings and very hospitable people.

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      Mussoorie - without a doubt is one of the most scenic guest houses in the country. Popularly known as the Queen Of Hills - the hill town is full of entrancing views and tourist attractions.

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      If you appreciate the harmony and tranquility of hiking in the flawless field and long for wide open places you couldn't ask a more serene and immaculate space than Greenland.

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      “The sound of Skiboards sliding on the snow, a conclave of amateur mountaineers and scattered figurines of snowmen. All these are lesser known persona of Turkey. Winters in Turkey are definitely worth an experience. Some even say that Turkey is better visited in the colder months.

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      With the shining stark of golden mountains and the luminous sky above, there resides a paradise where the whimsical allure of nature envelopes you to enjoy the rhythm of the blue gleaming bodies and dance with the waving leaves of the lush green forest. Bhutan seems bustling with vibrant hues, jagged peaks, glistening beaches, limestone cliffs and off beaten adventure path.

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      With each New Year come fresh hopes. We resolve to be a better person by learning from our past experiences.

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      Deserts offer a few of the best sceneries on Earth for adventure trips.

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      Melbourne has a unique inner neighbourhoods, a stimulating city centre, great mountain ranges and lush green parks where you get to enjoy the nature of Australia at its best. Though the central city has few people as residents, the city is the heart of an extensive metropolitan area that has a population of more than 1,000,000 people.

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      Brisbane, the capital of Queensland Australia, is a vibrant and soulful tourist hub city boasting of the most mesmerizing scenic views of nature in its purest form. The geographical structure of this beautiful city is centred amongst various rivers that flow through the city.

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      Somnath, a holy town that derives most of its individuality from the religion, mythology and the legends that encircle it. The spiritual environment of this town is beautified by the various temples situated in this area.

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      Chennai, the capital of the Indian state of Tamil Nadu, not just offers a wide range of tourist spots but is also steeped in cultural history and ancient works of art. It’s a bustling Indian city home to many sea beaches, British colonial architecture, newly developed markets, and some of the oldest temples in the world. With temples dotting the city’s skyline, the city is known to preserve India’s great religious architecture and has a completely unique way of life.

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      Jaisalmer is a popular tourist destination in Rajasthan. This historic city is incredibly rich in its culture and heritage. Its rich culture can be seen in the richness of the authentic food here.

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      With the New Year just around the corne r, it’s time to spend time with friends and family, celebrate endlessly and unleash the party animal in you.

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      Ti-Phao or Dibrugarh is a small city in Assam situated on the banks of Brahamputra river. It graces the northeastern fringe of the tea-state. With its subtropical monsoon type climate, it is able to provide homes to a variety of wildlife. The beautiful pastures and forests that are lush green build character for such a small but important city.

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      Mount Abu, a majestic hill station located in the state of Rajasthan near the border of Gujarat is surrounded by forest and set on a rocky plateau of the Aravalli Range. The climate is pleasant throughout the year and offers you the best views of the lush green valleys below.

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      Are you looking to escape from the boredom of life and looking for a peaceful and mesmerizing outing to some majestic place? Then, a visit to Pemayangtse Monastery would be an ideal trip for you to relish the sumptuous essence of this Sikkim. This legendary monastery is embossed with galore of artistic elements and picturesque sights as well.

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      Bannerghatta is amongst the offbeat tourist destinations in Bangalore that attracts tourists from different parts of the world who come here to experience the scenic beauty that it is blessed with. There are plenty of mesmerising places to visit near Bannerghatta that will make sure you have a good time on your trip.

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      Jakarta is a big metropolitan, a modern city which also happens to be the capital of Indonesia. With confluence of varied cultures this is a historic city with a strong cultural heritage. The city of Jakarta has a long coastline and some beautiful beaches which are popular tourist attractions.

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      Situated on the Western Australia coast, Perth is one of the most isolated cities in the world. It is closer geographically to Indonesia and East Timor than it is to Sydney or any major Australian city.

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      All good things come to those who wait, but why wait when it's already December. With 2019 coming to an end, it's time for the holidays. But these holidays are not just for cuddling up in your warm and cozy blankets.

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