Trust Hotels.com to constantly keep an eye on travel trends and the pulse of the tourism industry. One of the most popular accommodation portals in the world, Hotels.com recently released its list of most searched Indian destinations for monsoon 2017. Called the Monsoon Travel Hotlist, the list contained results of detailed analysis conducted by the site based on search terms over the last year. While monsoons may not be considered as the peak tourist season, several Indian travelers have been considering short getaways to avoid the Indian rains for a bit and also take advantage of the low prices of the off season. Here, we give you Hotels.com’s list of the most searched International destinations by Indians for monsoon 2017.
We have kept you updated with pictures of celebrities who have taken exotic honeymoons in Bali, be it Bipasha Basu and Karan Singh Grover’s popular beach vacation pics or Krishna Shroff’s amazing holiday photos. Bali continues to be the most popular getaway for Indians thanks to its green paddy fields, stunning beaches and intriguing culture.
Perhaps one of the cleanest places to visit in the world, Singapore is home to some fine family tourist attractions like the Universal Studios with its thrilling rides and the SEA Aquarium with the largest viewing panel in the world for Manta rays. Its food is delicious and its people, extremely friendly.
How can London not feature on this list, right? Popular among Indians for a long time now, London’s beautiful weather and posh urban landscapes make it a hot favorite. Catching some panoramic views of the city from London Eye is on the bucket list of many a traveler.
How many times have you been part of a plan to visit Bangkok with your friends? A colorful favorite among bachelors and shoppers, Bangkok is one of the most famous cities for tourism in the world. Its temples are as astonishing as its vibrant street life.
Paris is considered one of the most romantic cities of the world, Home to the iconic Eiffel tower, Paris attracts tourists throughout the year. With an increasing number of cheap flight offers to visit Europe, it is natural that Paris is growing in popularity among Indian travelers.
Another gem in Thailand is Phuket known for its beautiful lagoons and beaches and also its food and street life. Whether you want a little bit of nature, or a luxurious resort to spend your vacation pampering yourself, Phuket has it all.
This beach destination on the east coastern Gulf coast has been making waves for quite a few years with Indians flocking the city for its mesmerizing beaches. Its shopping malls and cabaret bars add to its vibrant lifestyle which suits tourists from other countries.
ANother hot favorite among Indians, Dubai is a shopping paradise for enthusiasts. Known for being home to the Burj Khalifa, world’s largest building, Dubai also has some exotic resorts dotted along its artificial islands. While the architecture amazes you, the nightlife embraces you with open arms.
It may be quite a distance, but Indians have been looking for New York a lot in their searches last year. With skyscrapers like the Empire State Building and parks like the famous Central Park, New York has its share of tourist attractions for all kinds of travelers. Not to forget, the unparalleled Broadway theatre in Times Square which must be experienced at least once in a lifetime.
And then there is the dreamy and charming Amsterdam in The Netherlands. Its artistic facades and intriguing museums make it ideal for those who like to take relaxing vacations and explore their inner selves. Cycling around on the streets of Amsterdam is an experience one must not miss. NOW SEE 5 cheapest countries to visit on an Indian passport
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