Best Places to Visit in India

India is one of the largest countries in the world both in terms of population and surface. Therefore there are hundreds of regions and dozens of cities from north to south and east to west. The population of each city is higher than the average population in a normal country. Many cities are chaotic but still great. Here are the best places to visit in India. Lets look at them closely.

1. Taj Mahal, Agra

Taj Mahal, one of the new wonders of the world, is at the top of the list of places to visit in India. It is the most impressive monument ever built for love. The Taj Mahal, with its extraordinary charm, bears traces of Islamic and Indian architecture.


It is decorated with many precious stones such as mother of pearl, agate and turquoise. Taj mahal, according to the time of day can appear in different colors. It has a pinker color at sunrise in the morning and turns white during the day. In the evening, it looks brighter.

2. Coorg, Scotland of India

Lumber and sandalwood forests, moon and coffee plantation areas in Kodagu are simply amazing. Coorg or Kodagu, known as “India’s Scotslands” , reflects the charm of the old world with its postcard-like villages spread all around.

Kodagu is an ideal place for outdoor activities such as hiking, angling and stream rafting. It is one of the best places to visit in India.

3. Cherrapunji, Living Root Bridges

It’s not the scene from the Lord of the rings movie. The Living Root Bridges at Cherrapunji is simply surreal. And yes, this bridge is actually made out of live living roots branching out from gigantic trees. Cherapist is a town in Meghalaya state of India. The town is located southeast of the Himalayan Mountains.

4. Goa

You can experience the crazy Sunburn festival in Goa that is hosted as the biggest electronic dance music festival in Asia. And it is one of the hippest places in India. 

The beach consists of colorful wooden bungalows, restaurants where you eat your feet in the sand, a main street with souvenirs, costume shops a few hundred meters behind and clustered in the middle of the hotels.

It takes only 15 -20 minutes to visit the entire area. That’s all. And you can walk almost all of Palolem barefoot because all the streets except the main street are full of thin white sands.

5. Jaipur, Hawa Mahal

Hawa Mahal that is Jaipur’s most interesting building at the back end of the City Palace. The 5-storey palace is called Palace of the Winds or Breezy Palace. In the time of the women of the palace harem, they watched the festive events or the outside world from this inspired facade.

In this city, Iran’s influence is evident both in architecture and lifestyle. When you climb to the top, you can see the City Palace, Jantar Mushroom and Siredeori Market.

6. Varanasi

Varanasi is the city of Shiva, the god of destruction. Hindus believe that if they die here, they will get rid of the reincarnation and become one with God. Getting rid of the ordeal of coming back to the world is called mokşa.

Therefore, patients, elderly people who fell out of hand from all over the country here to wait for death. The city was once full of moksha guesthouses where the deaths were awaiting its death, but when tourism gained more, they started to operate as hotels.

In India, there is a huge marketplace for Glocalzone. Glocalzone is a mobile application provides you to earn money by bringing products to locals during your travels. Glocalzone has lots of Indian users and they have demands from all around the world. So, you can earn money while traveling to India. You all have to do is adding your travels to Glocoalzone and bring the products that Indians want! There is actually lots of profit.

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