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Enjoy a Luxury Weekend at Resorts in Bangalore

Bangalore, the Silicon Valley of India, is also an information technology hub of India. The Bangalore people spend most of their time juggling with laptops and files sitting in office cubicles. Working should be made fun as well. There are many resorts in Bangalore which provides the best opportunity to the people of Bangalore a perfect weekend spot. They can have fun as well as calm their nerves in the luxurious home-like feel.

Following are the best resorts for team outing in Bangalore:

1. Guhantara Resort

Guhantara Resort is India’s first underground resort and has become a variant theme. In this charming cave resort, you will surely have an exciting, vivid and enjoyable weekend. It has a unique building, exudes a quiet old atmosphere. You can plan activities such as rain dance, tunnel hiking and various indoor and outdoor games. The resort has friendly staff and more offers available. This is the best resort in Bangalore for team outing.

2. Mango Mist Resort

This resort is famous for its widespread land of mango trees. This resort around Bangalore would definitely take you back to your childhood days. It is not just a relaxing place but it also provides opportunities for adventure sports like rock climbing, paintball, and zorbing.

3. Parkfield Resotel

The Parkfield Resort is close to Bangalore Airport and is the perfect combination of resorts and hotels. For those who want to rest from the hustle and bustle of the city life, the resort’s weekend trip is definitely a remedy. It is full of gardens and charming bamboo troughs. Grab your eyes with vibrant lush green plants. It gives you peace. This resort is also perfect for business professionals who want to read alone because it has a perfect library.

4. Country Club Resort

Country Club Resort offers world-class facilities for the convenience of visitors. The hall and the room illuminate the beautiful lights. It has a well-equipped gym and a peaceful spa to provide you with the best service. It is one of the best resorts in Bangalore. The banquet hall is decorated according to the needs of the guests and organized a fine party.

5. Woodrich Anbi Club

The Woodrich Anbi Club is spread over eight acres of land and is a small piece of heaven on earth. Located in Devanahalli, this resort features spacious rooms with modern amenities. The resort offers exotic lush greenery experiences, interesting indoor and outdoor activities, campfire and tasty food. You should let this resort next for a weekend trip destination.

 

 

Luxury Villas in Thailand

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Thailand has, over the past few years, seen a large increase in the number of private villas available for holiday rent. Here we investigate the villa market, and make our recommendations as to how to find and book a villa, and where to stay on your next holiday.

These alternatives to hotel or resort accommodation often offer exceptional quality and high standards, but a number of very second rate properties are also broadly advertised on the internet and in some cases offer no more than a room in a tired condominium in a poor location: it is important for the holidaymaker to know how to find an appropriate villa, and to understand the pricing structures generally in place, in order to be sure of securing an enjoyable, clean and properly serviced villa at the right price.

It is perfectly possible to rent your own villa in Thailand for your holiday and to enjoy not only superior accommodation, but also a plethora of services, at rates that in fact make such a holiday the sensible alternative to booking a room – or indeed, for those with friends and family, a number of rooms – in a resort.

Why Thailand?

Thailand is a perfect destination for those who wish to rent their own house or villa, for a number of reasons:

– the Thais are widely recognized as a welcoming, smiling people

– The kingdom’s cuisine is world-renowned; whilst most visitors will know the famous dishes such as Tom Yam Kung, the variety of cuisines and regional specialties is great, and even a serious glutton would have trouble trying to experience the exhaustive array of Thai food dishes in just one stay.

– Thailand is a shopper’s paradise, offering unique silks, handcrafted furniture and a plethora of exotic items at a fraction of the cost of such goods in the West. Clothes, leather goods and decorative items are often at the top of the visitor’s shopping list.

– Thailand offers exceptional value for money: even five star hotels cost a fraction of what they do not only in the West but even in other Asian capitals such as Hong Kong or Singapore.

– Thailand welcomes millions of visitors to its shores annually, and personal safety is generally excellent. Any reported crimes tend to be minor, involving jewellery scams and the like, but the more experienced traveler is hardly likely to fall for these. Most visitors will feel infinitely safer in Thailand than they ever would in equivalent capitals such as London, Paris, New York etc.

Which Thai region should I visit?

The visitor to Thailand today is spoiled for choice, with villas available throughout the kingdom.For shorter stays, we would recommend a single destination stay, so that you can avoid the hassles of travelling and fully explore your chosen location. For longer stays, why not combine a stay in two very different locations, allowing you a greater exposure to the country and its diversity, whilst taking advantage of its inexpensive domestic travel networks? (see below)

Thailand is generally divided into four main regions.

Bangkok and the central Plains

Bangkok is a sprawling metropolis which, despite its famous gridlocked traffic and teeming streets, offers a great variety of things to do and to discover, to those with patience and a will to explore. The restaurants in Bangkok are second to none, whether you seek Thai or foreign cuisines, and its weekend and other markets deserve to be explored, as do many of its lesser know temples. A cruise on the Chaophraya river – perhaps by privately chartered long-tail boat – is an excellent way of seeing much of the city without being reduced to tears by the traffic.

The North

The North of the country is home to cities such as Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai and Mae Hong Son. With tropical jungles and hills, the North attracts those looking to go trekking or seek out places of natural beauty. Do try to avoid the larger cities, as tourism is so developed here that you run the risk of simply being “processed” through a number of popular elephant camps and well-trodden hill tribe treks…

The Northeast

The Northeast is the largest region of the kingdom, yet has been largely untouched by tourism. The Northeast (or isan) is the rice-bowl of the country, and is predominantly agricultural, producing rice, sugarcane, tapioca, eucalyptus and, increasingly, rubber. Major centres include Khon Kaen and Udon Thani, and the mighty Mekong river twists along this region’s borders. The people here are perhaps the most open and fun-loving in the country, perhaps because their lives are based on village traditions where overt consumerism has been much slower to advance than in the other booming parts of the nation. Travel to the Northeast is recommended for those looking for a unique experience, to get away from the tourist crowds, and to immerse themselves in something new.