Begin Your New Year Touring the Upcoming Places in India
Take a New Year resolution to travel some new spots this year. Besides the well-known tourist spots of Taj Mahal, Red Fort and Gateway of India, incredible India has several hidden treasures. Make your trip unique this year visiting the following places.
1. World’s Highest Golf Course, Sikkim
How about playing golf at an altitude of 14,140 feet? Recently opened, the Yak Golf Course of Sikkim is the newest tourist attraction of the country. Play golf, enjoying the purity of nature or enjoy the panoramic view of the place from such height. The Nathula Pass is located very near to this golf course and is a must visit for snow lovers.
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2. Jatayu Nature Park, Kerala
Often known for its breathtaking beauty and mirrored lagoons, Kerala has a lot more to offer than that. One of the recent wonders of the state is the Jatayu Nature Park. This park has a mythological story as its origin. It is believed that Jatayu, a mythical character of the Great Indian epic, Ramayana have fallen at this place while trying to save Devi Sita from demon Ravana. The place has the world’s largest bird sculpture representing Jatayu along with a digital museum and 6D theatre. The park is an exciting spot for kids with facilities of adventure games. You can get a bird’s eye view of the whole place from the high-tech cable car.
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3. Replica of Eiffel Tower, Kolkata
Have you always dreamt to visit the Eiffel Tower of Paris? Now get the taste of the place at the Eco Park of Kolkata. Another amazing feature of the tower is, you can get a sweeping view of the City of Joy from its 25 meters high observation deck. While the souvenir shop located on the deck helps you get some rare relics of the city, the coffee shop will help you enjoy the view sipping some delicious beverage.
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4. The Tallest Rail Bridge of India, Jammu & Kashmir
Known as the Chenab Bridge, this is one of the amazing architectural masterpieces of the country. The bridge connects Bakkal and Kauri and is also considered as the highest arch bridge of the world.
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5. Statue of Unity, Gujarat
Highlighting the Indian theme of unity among diversity, the Statue of Unity at Gujarat is believed to be the tallest statue of the world. This is an idol of an eminent Indian freedom fighter, Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel; 597 feet in height. The statue is encircled by an artificial lake spreading over an area of 12 km.
6. Madame Tussauds Museum, Delhi
Inspired by the Madame Tussauds Wax Museum of London, this museum consists of life size statues of both Indian and foreign legends. Hence, if you had a dream of visiting Madame Tussauds Museum now you can easily fulfil it in Delhi.
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7. Rock Garden, Orissa
This is going to be the second rock garden of the country; the first being at Chandigarh. Watch out some amazing artistic pieces portraying the rich culture of India. Another feature of this rock garden is it is completely powered by solar energy and hence is one of the rare eco-friendly tourist places of the country.
8. War Memorial and Museum, Delhi
This is the first war museum of the country. Located near the India Gate, the museum houses relics and memories related to the soldiers who sacrificed their lives in the post-independence period.
9. Clock Tower, Mysore
Considered to be the world’s tallest clock tower, this reaches a height of 135 meters. The clock tower has 19 floors and a boardroom. The digital time piece enhances the beauty of the tower.
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10. River Gallery, Mysore
Now, besides the Mysore Palace you have another reason to visit the city. The River Gallery of the city is located on River Cauvery and showcases the culture, life and biodiversity supported by the river.
While there are numerous historic spots in India to explore, if you want to make your tour a bit different, embark on a journey to the modern creations of the country at these places.