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      In 1350 a magnificent city with rich history and distinctive architecture came into existence which is known as Ayutthaya which was earlier called Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya. This island city is one of the most impressive UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Located in the central plains of Thailand, Ayutthaya temples are famous worldwide.

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      Sikkim is a tiny but gorgeous Himalayan state tucked away in the North-eastern part of India. From the frozen lakes in the North, the tea plantations in the West, and the mighty Kanchendzonga ranges looming throughout, Sikkim is a land of life and love. North Sikkim is one of the highest places in the world and is sparsely inhabited.

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      In the past decade, Thailand’s numerous beaches and cities have become one of the most over visited travel destinations in Asia. However picturesque may be the beaches, there is nothing new and exciting about a holiday to Pattaya and Phuket anymore. Apart from these South-Asian countries, there are many more countries across Asia which offers varied things to the travelers which are beyond the beaches. Read more

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      Separated by the shimmering Lachung River and located right in the heart of Sikkim, Lachung is a town that feels like a cherry on top of a hilly cake.

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      The capital city and second most populous urban area of the beautiful nation of New Zealand, Wellington is quite popular and one of the most visited cities in the country today. Due to being home to several fascinating tourist attractions and business centers, this city welcomes travelers every day and throughout the year. On certain months though, its attractions appeal to tourists more thus they usually customize their itineraries accordingly. Here’s what Wellington in November has in store for you.

      Best Time To Visit Wellington

      Best Time To Visit Wellington

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      Although you can visit Wellington round the year, November is one of the best months in which your visit to explore the attractions of this city will prove momentous. In addition, Wellington in November is perfect for hiking and several other outdoor adventure activities too. Your trip to Wellington in November could be a perfect gateway to this heaven on earth as its weather remains almost perfect during this period.

      Things To Do In Wellington In November

      There are several things which you can do in Wellington during the month of November. However, the capital city of New Zealand can be explored around the year, but its weather remains perfect in the month of November.

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      Apart from the parks, restaurants and historical buildings, the city of Wellington is blessed with several sandy beaches as well. Many of city’s restaurants and eateries prepare delicious and yummy dishes for which they use locally grown fresh ingredients. Furthermore, several beautiful gardens are also there in the city area that makes your November tours momentous. Book your trip to New Zealand with TravelTriangle and have a great time exploring the city in November.

      Frequently Asked Questions About Wellington In November

      Q. Is November a good time to visit Wellington?


      A. Yes, November is a great time to visit Wellington. Wellington in November is pleasant and while you can expect some rains it’s usually warm and it is the time just before the peak holiday season. About the weather, it’s better if you are prepared for both warm and cool weather and pack accordingly.

      Q. Is Wellington cold in November?


      A. No, it’s not. It’s actually the last month of spring and the weather changes and turns warm. Although there are parts of New Zealand that can be cold, Wellington is comfortably warm and a good place to be at.

      Q. What should I pack for Wellington in November?


      A. Wellington in November is pretty warm and it might rain sometimes it’s best to pack accordingly. You should take along a pair of comfortable hiking trousers, a denim jacket or something of the kind for days that might feel slightly colder, a windproof jacket or a windbreaker and long-sleeved t-shirts.

      Q. How many days should I spend in Wellington?


      A. Wellington is so compact that even one day is enough to explore the city. However, if you wish to visit the nearby attractions and dive deeper into the culture and history then you should ideally spend three to four days or maybe a week.

      Q. What is Wellington famous for?


      A. Wellington is known as the culinary capital of New Zealand and is quite famous for its quirky and cutesy cafes, brilliant restaurants and unique bars. It also offers great coffee to its guests giving you another reason to explore the destination and try out the delicious delicacies they offer and the amazing coffee. The destination also has many interesting places to visit such as the Museum of New Zealand, ZEALANDIA Ecosanctuary and many more.

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