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Law Garden In Ahmedabad: An Utimate Guide To Make The Most Of Your Visit

Law Garden in Ahmedabad, Gujarat is a lush green garden in the middle of a bustling city, is located in Ahmedabad in the colorful state of Gujarat. This well-maintained oasis is frequently visited by locals for recreational purposes. The garden is famous for its market where tourists and locals indulge in shopping and find great deals. The night market is a treat for shoppers as the true colors of Vibrant Gujarat shimmer in the kiosks, and one can find intricate traditional work on the flamboyant items on sale. It’s a fabulous place to buy traditional Gujarati apparel, accessories, ornaments and handicraft with traditional handwork on them.

Law Garden is a true paradise for shopaholics, and one can bargain to their heart’s content to get some fantastic deals. If you haggle smartly and persistently, the shop owners usually give in when they fear they are losing a customer. One can buy souvenirs for family and friends or just walk around watching the items on display and soak in the fragrances of some delicious Law Garden Ahmedabad food. The Law Garden is also well known for street food. Food enthusiasts often visit the garden to get a taste of the traditional Gujarati snacks. The sounds, the colours and the energetic atmosphere of the place should be experienced at least once in a lifetime. And when you are tired of the bargaining and shopping, just find a spot in the lush greenery of the Garden to rest a moment before you proceed with your plans for the day.

Best Time To Visit Law Garden In Ahmedabad

Open throughout the day and night. All days of the week from 7:00 AM to 10:00 PM. The Law Garden is visited the most during the Navratri Season which are the nine days devoted to Goddess Durga. Travellers looking for apparel can find Angrakha-Dhoti (traditional Gujarati Kurta and Dhoti) and the Phentu (a long piece of cloth wrapped around the head) for men and Chaniya Choli, Ghagra, Sarees and Kurtis for women.

Entry Fee: One need not spend a single penny for entering this lush green atmosphere, Law garden in Ahmedabad. There is no entry fees. But one must remember to carry cash to buy lots of exciting cash to get some of the amazing apparels and antique jewellery.

An evening market packed with stalls selling glittering wares from Kachchh and Saurashtra. Law garden in Ahmedabad is chock-a-block with fantastically decorated but mass-produced cholis (sari blouses) and chaniyas (long, wide traditional skirts), as well as embroidered wall hangings, costume jewellery and more. There are various stalls serving you with mouthwatering Gujarati cuisines. It is a lush green place supplying you with peace and calm to rest your busy soul.

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1. Shopping

Shopping place

Keeping Law Garden Ahmedabad’s history aside, the most prominent differentiating factor that sets apart the Law Garden market is its sole focus on selling traditional handicrafts made by artisans such as weavers and quilters from Gujarat.Here you will find an amazing collection of traditional clothes in Gujarat. The people who want to buy Kutch Embroidery items should actually pay a visit to this place. The detailed work over Chaniya Cholis and Lehengas are commendable. Bandhani Saree with Zari work is something which you cannot avoid to have in your shopping bag. The Banni embroidered garments are another example of artistry that prevails in the hands of Amdavadis. Despite being costly, they are something worth spending for. Traditional footwear like juttis, with and without embroidery are available very easily. Not to forget about the beautiful wall hangings made out of mud and mirror work are something which you should definitely bring your home.

2. Street Food

Pamper Your Taste Buds

The street hawkers in Law Garden food market are always at profit by selling various kinds of mouth-watering food items. Not only the visitors, but also the college students and office workers enjoy the taste of stuffs like bhuttas, dosas and other fast foods. Of course, ice-cream parlors are there to relieve you from the heat. Law Garden Ahmedabad food is a great fusion of all the famous street foods of India – right from Punjabi to South Indian along with Gujarati snacks. One can find scrumptious Chaats, Gol Gappas or Pani Puris, Buttas, Dosas, Uttapams, Idlis, Dhoklas, Pav Bhaji, Dabelis, Kulfi, Ice cream and what not. Some creative minds also sell Desi versions of Chinese and Italian snacks. You might want to give it a try and share these memories with your friends and family or maybe even get inspired and create your own rendition of the fabulous fusion you’ve tasted.

3. Relax


Law Garden is located in the middle of the capital city, adorned with green natural beauty is a perfect atmosphere for the visitors to enjoy. It provides a perfect atmosphere for the visitors to have a day at leisure or rest for a moment to relax their souls.

Garden View

One can avail public transport or tourist cabs from any part of Ahmedabad to reach the beautiful Law Garden at Netaji Road, Ellisbridge. The Sardar Vallabhai Patel International Airport in Ahmedabad is barely 25 minutes away from the Garden. The garden can also be reached in about 20 minutes by road from Ahmedabad Junction via the Swami Vivekananda Road. one can find accurate google location on Law garden Ahmedabad map.
Location: Law Garden, Maharashtra Society, Ellisbridge, Ahmedabad, Gujarat 380009

Saree View

1. Do not forget to bargain as the shopkeepers cast unrelatedly high prices. Show your best bargaining skills over here. The place is good for Navratri shopping.
2. Carry enough cash for shopping.
3. Take care of your belongings. The place could get really crowded especially during Navratri.
4. It is always advised to eat sensibly if one doesn’t want to end up with an upset stomach.
5. If you are exploring the market during the day, make sure you wear a cap and sunscreen.

When you visit this market, you literally breathe in the Gujarati culture, which is vibrant, artistic and rooted in tradition! Next time when you visit Ahmedabad, make sure you do not miss the Law Garden in Ahmedabad! If you are already excited to taste the amazing food and shop your favorite dresses at this place, plan a trip with TravelTriangle and we will give you an experience of both worlds.

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For The Love Of Mountains And Nature: Young, Wild, And Free In Spiti Valley

Lehan Devadhia talks about her incredible trip to Spiti Valley that she took with TravelTriangle. Being a solo traveler, she elaborates on her experiences at the wonderful places that she visited and also tells us about her encounter with the amazing kind hearted people of the hills. Her 9-day trip was a group one and it cost her INR 13,999 per person. It included her transfers, stays, meals, treks, and sightseeing.

Trip type: Tripping solo but in a group! (Get it?)
Duration: 8 nights 9 days (More than a week of adventure, yay!!)
Budget: INR 13,999 per person + a little extra money for miscellaneous expenses
Destination: Spiti Valley and all the charming places that come before it (Delhi-Shimla- Kinnaur- Spiti- Manali-Delhi)
Distance from Delhi to Spiti: 734 km
Travel time: 16 hours (the trip was planned in intervals, though!)
Inclusions: Accommodation, meals (breakfast and dinner at all hotel camps), transfers (tempo/Xylo/Innova), treks and walks, and bonfire dinner at select places

I am a solo traveler and it gives me great joy to interact with people, make new friends but most importantly, explore new places! And this trip to Spiti Valley gave me all of it and more!

I had a very positive experience throughout my journey to the hills mainly because the arrangements by TravelTriangle team were excellent.  The organizer from TravelTriangle – Mukesh kept our comfort and convenience on priority and was always patient with us. Apart from this, I was also able to witness amazing hospitality and kindness from the local people – something which affected me deeply.

Lehan posing on the road to Spiti Valley

During this trip, I met my old friends from older trips and also made new ones like our guide – Manu bhaiya who turned out to be both amazing as a person and also as a guide. Together he and Mukesh were partners in crime with me!

How did you come across TravelTriangle?

I discovered TT (TravelTriangle) via Facebook when one of my friends tagged me in a post and suggested me to go on this trip. Finding it value for money, I got in touch with their representative and inquired about a zillion things before finally deciding to go on it.

Just to let you know, all of my queries were duly answered by the representative from TravelTriangle – Sumit, who was patient, calm, and available both before and during the trip. Thank you Sumit! 🙂

Lehan posing besides a bus in Spiti Valley


My preparations for the journey happened in a jiffy. I read a few posts about the do’s and dont’s in the hills, took account of the temperature and topography of the place post which I packed my bags and was done with all my travel essentials.

The BIG Day!

Finally, the day of the trip arrived and I reached Kashmiri Gate to board our bus at 8 PM. During this time, I was constantly in touch with Sumit, posting query after query and I am glad to say that he was very patient and understanding. (Way tooo patient!)

Cars on a road trip to Spiti Valley

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Day 1: Start of something beautiful

(Friday) 12th August: Delhi to Shimla (360 kms/ 10 hrs)

I boarded the Volvo from Kashmiri Gate at around 8 pm and the overnight journey began. We only stopped once during the trip at around 4 AM for food and tea and the rest of the journey was relatively smooth.

Day 2: Feeling the charm of the hills

(Saturday) 13th August: Shimla to Sarahan (165 km / 6 hrs)

Upon our arrival in Shimla, we checked into a really nice hotel to change and get ready for our subsequent trip to Sarahan. During this time, we also had a sumptuous breakfast at the hotel and it was yummm!

We soon boarded our tempo traveler and the road trip to Sarahan began. On our way, we passed by many picturesque towns including Kufri and later on also stopped at Narkanda for lunch. At Narkanda, we saw the Hatu temple and also the Tani Jubbar Lake followed by the Padam Palace in Rampur.

Lehan and group on a trip to Spiti

Lehan and the group in Saharan

Lehan and her friends pose for a photo in the hills of Himachal

Apart from above, we also visited Apple orchards, lakes and many more interesting places as part of the itinerary. Each and every experience at these places was awesome and all the credit for it goes to our AWESOME guide, Manu bhaiya –  who incidentally was also a soldier apart from our one stop solution provider for EVERYTHING. Together he and Mukesh were an unstoppable force that tackled all our requests with great enthusiasm and fervour. No Seriously!

Upon our arrival in Saharan, we checked into our hotel for the night which was once again a very nice one! Thanks TravelTriangle!

Beautiful hills of Himachal

Couple in the hills of Himachal

A couple in the hills of Himachal

Day 3: Enchanting valleys and more!

(Sunday) 14th August: Sarahan to Sangla (95 km / 3 Hrs)

I got up early this morning and after taking in some fresh air, got ready to visit the famous Bhimakali temple. This temple was situated at a very pretty place and post our visit here,  we all came back to our hotel, picked up our bags, and proceeded for our next destination – Sangla.

This time, we drove past some of the most treacherous roads on our way to Sangla including Taranda Dhank (Rock cut road) and it was both a scary and exciting experience.

Upon our arrival in Sangla, we did quite a bit of sightseeing and visited Rakcham village which was a beautiful experience. We later went to Baspa river side which overlooked the beautiful mountains and valleys. It was beautiful beyond words and it truly felt as if I was in heaven!

Bhimkaali temple in Himachal Pradesh

Lehan amidst rivers and mountains of Himachal

Sun rays over hills in Himachal

In the evening, we went to Chitkul village where we were introduced to a local drink called lumri (apple wine) courtesy TravelTriangle. Since I had been here previously, I wanted to visit my friends and so I went searching for them. Fortunately, I was accompanied by Mukesh and Manu bhaiya who were sweet enough to help me find them.

We soon found my friends and I was truly ecstatic seeing them! We spent quite a while here and later on, returned to our hotel in Sangla. Chitkul was an amazing nostalgic experience for me and I loved my time there.

Our hotel in Sangla was once again an awesome one and even had a nice lounge to chill in.

Lehan with Manu bhaiya and her friend in Chitkul

Travelers in Chitkul village in Himachal

Beautiful nature in Himachal

Day 4: Feeling the freedom in hills

(Monday) 15th August: Sangla – Chitkul – Kalpa (50 km/2 hrs)

This day, I got up early and along with others, went to see the Kamru Fort. We trekked till the fort and although it was a long walk, I found it refreshing. Later on, we had a delicious breakfast at the hotel (Food for life!)

Also today (Independence Day), Mukesh had arranged a visit for us to a local school for the flag hosting ceremony. It was really exciting and the time spent here with adorable children was simply the BEST!

Lehan celebrating Independence day with school children

Lehan and group celebrating Independence Day with police officers in Himachal

Group of travelers in Himachal hills

Later on, we left for Kalpa and on our way were taken to really cool places like suicide point (I know!).

One good thing that I noticed throughout the trip was that both the driver, guide, and trip organizers were extremely cooperative if anyone wanted to stop midway, explore something, or just take a break from the journey. This was something which was really nice since they were thinking from the perspective of a traveler.

Our hotel in Kalpa was the best in the whole trip since the rooms were really nice, facilities were awesome, and there was even 24/7 running hot water available (wow!) – something which I hadn’t experienced during my last trip.

Later on, we had a bonfire dinner where snacks and everything were taken care by the hotel. It was awesome and I loved the whole party ambience in the hills. This day went perfectly!

Group trip to Himachal

Travelers doing sightseeing in Himachal

Apple orchids of Himachal

Day 5: Wonderous sightseeing!

(Tuesday) 16th August: Kalpa – Nako – Tabo – Kaza (210 km/7 hrs)

This day, post breakfast we left for Kaza and on our way also saw the villages of Nako and Tabo.

All the three places were fabulous and we did a lot of sightseeing here, however, the most memorable places that we saw was the lake in Nako and the monastery in Tabo which were really beautiful.

Manu bhaiya showed us around these places and it was awesome. In the evening, we reached Kazo and the food here, was hands down, the best! (Food is life/love!)

Beautiful Nako lake in Himachal

Kazo hills in Himachal

Sightseeing in Kazo

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Day 6: Exploring Kaza

(Wednesday) 17th August: Local Kaza sightseeing

This was the day we were to do sightseeing in and around Kaza. Our first point was Ki Monastery which was a great experience and so after grabbing some insight on the early life and times of monks, we headed to the highest village in Spiti Valley – Kibber. We spent a lot of time here exploring the village and post a sumptuous lunch, headed for the highest village in the world – Komic (4600ft.). On our way back, we also saw the highest post office in the world and it was once again a delightful experience. By the end of it, everyone was truly HIGH (on life!)

Beautiful Ki monastery in Spiti valley

Beautiful Kibber village in Himachal

Beautiful Komic village in Himachal

Later on, we went back to our hotel and visited the local market there which also had a festival going on. On my return, I was surprised with a cake by TravelTriangle and other people since it was my birthday today. (So sweet!)

Overjoyed, my day was made!

Day 7: The trek of a lifetime!

(Thursday) 18th August: Kaza – Kunzum Pass- Chandratal Lake (Trekking 5-6 hr)

This day post breakfast, we headed towards Chandratal Lake via the Kunzum la Pass. Upon reaching Batal, we began our 16 km trek towards the Chandratal lake and it was a long trek of about 5-6 hours. And although my friend and I were walking at a really slow pace, Mukesh never fretted and waited for us wherever necessary.

Lahual range peaks in Himachal

Lahaul range peaks in Spiti valley

Chandratal lake of Himachal

We finally reached the lake and as usual clicked a lot of pictures. We even saw the ibex and I on a personal level interacted with a lot of villagers here. It was a really cool session since it gave me an insight on their lifestyle.

Later on, we went to our tents which were camped near the lake offering us wonderful views. Food here consisted of simple dal chawal but mind you, it was still delicious! (Food = Love)

Kunzum cafe in Himachal

Dalai Lama graffiti on walls of Himachal

Day 8: Bidding farewell

(Friday) 19th August: Chandra Tal – Batal – Rohtang Pass – Manali – Delhi (125 km/4 hrs)

This day was mostly spent in travel. Post breakfast, we left for Manali and on our way stopped for a while at Batal, to bid our farewell to Spiti valley. We also passed by the Rohtang Pass on our way back and finally in the evening reached Manali. We freshened up here for a while and after 2-3 hours left for Delhi in the bus.

Lehan with a monk in Himachal

My solo trip to Spiti was an awesome one! It had adventure, leisure, nature, culture, history, and more. I met kind people, I met not so kind ones too but all in all, it was an experience of a lifetime. The excellent hospitality I witnessed on this trip cannot be described in words but can only be felt from the heart. I loved every bit of the journey, from the apple wine to the food to the arrangements to my old friends and the trek – there was magic in everything.

In the end,  I would like to thank TravelTriangle and their team especially Mukesh, Manu bhaiya, and Sumit for making sure we all had a blast during the trip!

And no I am not done with the hills yet for I know it will be a lifelong journey.  A journey that I would be happy to undertake again and again! Till next time..

Lehan happily jumping for a photo

Lehan on the mountain edge in Himachal

Lehan on a bus in Spiti Valley

High Points: Food, accommodation, and everything else on the trip was top notch. The driver, guide, organizers -all of them were cooperative and patient. Everything was being done in the spirit of travel thus resulting in an excellent experience!

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5 Heartwarming Things To Do In Silom That Will Enliven Your Spirits

Silom is known as the ‘Wall Street Of Thailand’ and offers a modern landscape of life. You will find a fast paced life in the city. However, there are many things to do in Silom that will take you on a surreal journey and give you the peace of life. From temples to gardens, there is everything for a little vacation with family or friends.

Here is a list of the best things to do in Silom that will give you an experience of a lifetime. Take a look!

1. Wat Hua Lamphong

Wat Hua Lamphong

Visiting Wat Hua Lamphong is one of the top things to do in Silom, Bangkok. The temple is very famous amongst the locals as well as tourists. It is a place where Thai people try to achieve salvation by donating money for coffins for those who are dead and don’t have any relatives. You can also donate money.

Location: 728 Rama IV Rd, Khwaeng Si Phraya, Khet Bang Rak, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10500, Thailand

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2. Patpong Night Market

Patpong Night Market

Any holiday is incomplete without indulging in a shopping spree and buying the best of what the city offers. Shopping under an open sky is an altogether different experience. From t-shirts and traditional clothes to handicrafts and artwork, there is a lot to do in Patpong Night market. Shopping here is definitely one of the best things to do in Silom at night.

Location: Silom and Surawong Roads, Bangkok, Thailand

3. Bangkokian Museum

Bangkokian Museum

Thinking of what to do in Silom, Bangkok that might give you a unique experience of holidaying there? Well, this museum is a place that will tell you about the city’s history in a beautiful manner. It offers a glimpse into the lifestyle of the people that lived in the older times. There are black and white photos on the walls.

Location: 273 Saphan Yao Alley, Khwaeng Si Phraya, Khet Bang Rak, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10500, Thailand

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4. Lumpini Park

Lumpini Park

If you are looking for a peaceful time away from the hustle and bustle of the city, then this is the best place to be. The park offers lush greenery, an array of flowers and trees and a serene lake. You can go for swan boating or rowing in the lake. If you are visiting with your family, strolling in the park is one of the best things to do in Silom area.

Location: Thanon Rama IV, Khwaeng Lumphini, Khet Pathum Wan, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10330, Thailand

5. Sky Bar

Sky Bar

One of the most bars in Silom, Sky bar offers heartracing views of the city that will leave you in awe of it. The lavish hotel is one of the skyscrapers in the city and on its 63rd floor lies the bar which is famous among the locals as well as tourists. Its high class drinks and live jazz music will soothe you up in a very subtle manner. Out of all Silom, Bangkok attractions, this is the most amazing one!

Location: 1055 Si Lom, Khwaeng Silom, Khet Bang Rak, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10500, Thailand

Now you know there is a lot you can do to have a soul-stirring vacation in this cute little city in Thailand. So, don’t think too much and grab this list, map, sunglasses and set out on an expedition to Thailand right now!

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Top 9 Charming Arizona Temples To Visit For A Tranquil Escape

Arizona is certainly renowned for its iconic monuments, national forests & parks, and ski resorts. Apart from this, the destination is also home to numerous sacred sites offering some beautiful experiences to travelers coming from all over the world. While visiting world-renowned LDS temples including Phoenix Arizona Temple, Snowflake Arizona Temple, Mesa Arizona Temple, travelers are bound to get captivated by the holiness of these marvelous sites. If you are in search of spiritual renewal, then visit these Arizona Temples that will make your Arizona trip utterly worthwhile.

Check out these 9 Arizona temples that will undoubetdely treat your mind, body, and soul.

1. Mesa Arizona Temple

Mesa Arizona Temple

Touted as one of the best LDS temples in Arizona, this temple boasts the greatest variety of architecture in Mormonism. A public visitors’ center is there at the temple where you can witness stupendous murals and various artistic displays. The holy site is staffed by Mormon missionaries. The lush green gardens and huge reflections pools welcome you with open arms. If you want to witness this temple at its best, then visit here at Christmas when you get to see a light display and a nativity scene.

Location: 101 S Lesueur, Mesa, AZ 85204, USA

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2. Snowflake Arizona Temple

Snowflake Arizona Temple

This temple is set on a knoll which is now renowned as “Temple Hill”. The interior of the temple is adorned with Native American patterns that you can see on the walls and in the carpet as well. Along with this, baskets, handcrafted rugs, baskets, pottery, and other artistic items beautify the interior of this temple. Further, Empress White and Majestic Grey granite add a unique charm to the exterior of the temple.

Location: 1875 Canyon Dr, Snowflake, AZ 85937, USA

3. Gilbert Arizona Temple

Gilbert Arizona Temple

Established in 2014, Gilbert Arizona Temple is a colossal steel building that features an urban, spire design having a gold-leaf, and Angel Moroni statue atop the temple. highly visible art glass windows and bronze doors offer mesmerizing vistas. In addition to this, the building also exhibits an entrance that has a curved system of arches and planters. Visit here if you wish to see the perfect amalgamation of urban and old times.

Location: 3301 S Greenfield Rd, Gilbert, AZ 85297, USA

4. Gila Valley Arizona Temple

Gila Valley Arizona

This site is another famous LDS temple in Arizona. The exterior of this architectural marvel is beautified with pre-cast and the art-glass designs highlight its windows. While walking in the temple you will notice the interiors that are designed with materials such as maple and cherry wood. Also, the murals made with marble and limestone depict mountain, desert, and river, landscapes. The time spent at the temple will let you calm your senses amidst serene surroundings.

Location: 5291 US-70, Thatcher, AZ 85552, USA

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5. Phoenix Arizona Temple

Phoenix Arizona Temple

Accentuating the list of Arizona Temples is The Phoenix Arizona temple which is the 144th worldwide operating LDS temple. To compliment the desert landscape, this temple is designed in a deco-style having a light earthy tone. Like many temples in Arizona, this one is also adorned with a single spire that is topped with a gold-leafed Angel Moroni. Further, the upper section of the spire exhibits art glass that comprises an agave plant design in green, gold, and blue colored tones. Interestingly, the immaculate detailing of this temple is what captivates the travelers the most.

Location: 5220 W Pinnacle Peak Rd, Glendale, AZ 85310, USA

6. Tucson Arizona Temple

Tucson Arizona Temple

Located in the Catalina Foothills this spiritual site features art deco style comprising Sonoran Desert motifs. The temple swanks a beautiful dome that is inspired by the 1920s-era Pima County Courthouse. Due to local zoning ordinances, the height of this temple is smaller than the rest of the temples in Arizona. Additionally, the cactus plants at the site add great value to this place.

Location: 7281 N Skyline Dr, Tucson, AZ 85718, USA

7. Maha Ganapati Temple of Arizona

Maha Ganapati Temple

Once you enter this temple, you will readily get a peaceful and spiritual feeling. This temple was built in traditional Hindu style and only Indian artists worked on its design. In the temple, you can find Agama sastra written beautifully in the scriptures. There is always some sort of function going on during the weekends, mainly during the Indian festival periods such as Diwali, and Pongal. The organisers conduct and celebrate the festivals true elan & high spirits that would one make feel infinitely joyed.

Location: 51293 W Teel Rd, Maricopa, AZ 85139, USA

8. Arizona Buddhist Temple

Arizona Buddhist Templ

Solely aiming at preachings of Buddha-Dharma, The Arizona Buddhist Temple is a non-profit organization. Being one of the oldest Buddhist temples in Arizona, this site offers you to relax your senses in the best way possible. At the temple’s main hall that is called Hondo, visitors coming from all over the world gather to listen to and imbibe the teachings of the Buddha-Dharma. If you want to study the teachings in depth, you can also be a part of several seminars and events condcted by the temple staff.

Location: 4142 W Clarendon Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85019, USA

9. Jain Center Of Greater Phoenix

Jain Center of Greater Phoenix

Offering a holy retreat especially to all the jains is the Jain Center of Greater Phoenix. The temple features Jain deities that are brough in from India. Just behind the primary Jain deities, you will find beautifully-carved 15-inch-high statues of Tirthankaras. You will be highly impressed with the entrance of the temple that comprises a sandstone archway and a colossal nonviolence monument called Manastambha that stands outside the temple.

Location: 6250 S 23rd Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85041, USA

So, are you feeling the spirtual energy running into your veins? If yes, then plan a trip to Arizona and visit these scared sites. Dive into the charms of Arizona Temples that will take you to a devotional joyride. These mesmerizing destination will lend you the much-needed tranquility that you are looking for!

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Places Near Austin You Must Visit For A Vacation Worth Remembering

Austin, the capital of Texas has a plethora of jaw-dropping places ranging from natural parks to the bright cities which are worth spending your nightlife at. One can go on a Kayak tour at Lady Bird Lake, can witness numerous species of aquatic life in the Austin Aquarium, and can also be part of numerous sightseeing tours while in Austin. However, the state of Austin has gained so much attention of tourists worldwide that the places near Austin often get isolated in the thoughts of many.

Several places around Austin Texas including Fredericksburg, Bee Cave, Burnet, San Antonia, and Spicewood are some of the prime destinations which offer a once in a lifetime experience to travelers. These destinations despite having so much to explore and experience, are some of the underrated places in Texas.

Austin is not only a paradise for the traveler but also a neighborhood to some of the most happening places in Texas. Here is a list of top places located at just a 1-hour drive from Austin which are worth the visit.

1. Cascade Caverns

Cascade Caverns

This historical and geological cave near Austin witnesses numerous public tours and events annually being one of the highly visited places near Austin. Known to be one of the first commercial caves open to the public in Texas, the Cascade Caverns features wide flowstone stone corridors and meandering chambers which lead tourists to the Cathedral room. Below the Cathedral room is another cave that can be explored with the expert cavers. Do pay a visit to this spot. Who knows, you may find something never seen before?

Location: 226 Cascade Cavern, Boerne, TX

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2. Willow City Loop

Willow City Loop

Wish to go on a romantic drive with your hubby? Well, then you must visit the Willow City Loop. This place in Texas is a dream destination especially during the spring, boasting meadows filled with colorful flowers and scenic valleys. Its natural beauty makes it one of the hottest places to see near Austin among couples planning to head out for a romantic trip. The wide variety of flowers ranging from the whites to the blues is a treat to watch.

Location: Willow City, Fredericksburg, TX

3. Devil’s Waterhole

Devil's Waterhole

Don’t get carried away by the name. There is nothing demonic about the place except its alarming rocks surrounding its water. The place witness canoe tours for tourists and is a great place for boating, diving, and swimming. The mighty rocks featuring red, orange, and pink colors add to the beauty of the place making it one of the best places to visit near Austin Texas. Not just this, the place is also home to various mesmerizing waterfalls which you can visit.

Location: Burnet, TX

4. Krause Springs

Krause Springs

If you want to have a peaceful time away from city life then it is time you should give a shot to Krause Springs. This popular family-owned site in Spicewood features around 32 on-site springs, several man-made pools, and a natural pool which flows into Lake Travis. From cliff jumping to swimming, there are so many activities you can indulge in if you are at the Krause Springs. The site manages to secure a spot in the National Register Of Historic Places and is one of the top places to go around Austin.

Location: 424 Co Rd 404, Spicewood, TX

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5. Jacob’s Well Natural Area

Jacob's Well Natural Area

This artesian spring has a 1-mile long limestone cave at around 140 feet below it. You can pay a visit to this place to enjoy diving and swimming in its 12-foot swimming hole which is a safer area. Only professional and experienced divers are allowed to go deep into the cave but you can always enjoy some quality time with your friends around the swimming hole.

Location: 1699 Mt Sharp Rd, Wimberley, TX

1. Omni La Mansion del Rio RiverWalk

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This lavish accommodation in San Antonio aims to provide you the utmost sensation of lavishness, boasting amenities like a fitness center equipped with modern machines and a spa and wellness center offering the perfect body massage. In addition to this, the outdoor pool adds to the luxurious factor of the hotel. With well-equipped business centers and meeting halls, the property is the perfect accommodation for you if you are planning a business trip.

Location: 112 College Street, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA

2. Horseshoe Bay Resort


Jam-packed with world-class features and top-notch services, the Horseshoe Bay Resort is one of the best places to stay near Austin. The property features plush features including a private beach area, kid’s playground, tennis court, and a fitness center offering you everything you can expect from a dream accommodation. The resort also features a jacuzzi and a spa and wellness center where you can relax your body after a tiring day of exploration.

Location: 200 Hi Circle North, Horseshoe Bay, TX 78657, USA

3. The Westin RiverWalk

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The hotel’s stunning design and elegant features will leave you wonderstruck. With luxurious features like a commodious jacuzzi and a lush green golf course located near the property, the hotel stands apart from other hotels in terms of providing a top-class experience to the guests. Featuring some lively restaurants and bars, the hotel is a perfect place to stay for you to make the most of your vacation near Austin.

Location: 20 West Market Street, San Antonio, TX 78205, USA

Austin is not just a home to numerous recreation sites and fine hotels but is also a neighborhood to some of the most charismatic and astounding places which cannot be described in words. Featuring an array of scenic beauties and plush accommodations, the places near Austin are surely some of the must-visit destinations travelers can consider for their next trip to Texas.

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Shopping In Bhutan: 8 Places Every Shopaholic Should Visit When In This Happy Land!

Bhutan is a country blessed with scenic beauty of nature and architectural heritage. But beyond that the country also offers some of the unique handicrafts and authentic items which are perfect to bring along as a souvenir. Though Bhutan is quite a limitation in the places to be explored, but the country has an abundance in things like fabrics, statues, books, and handcrafted goods.

For the people who are looking out to buy some authentic things from this Himalayan Kingdom, these shopping places will give a complete spree experience in Bhutan.

1. Norzin Lam Street

Norzin Lam Thimphu

This particular street which is a really popular shopping spot is situated in Thimphu and is in the main city or just about 2 kms away from the main city center. The street is filled with shops on either side and you can look around if you don’t feel like purchasing. The street starts at around 8:30 in the morning and continues till 9:00 at night. The hand made things in this market are amazing but expensive and one can also find many local textile shops.

Location: Thimphu, Bhutan

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2. Authentic Bhutanese Craft


This shop is just adjacent to the Norzin lam and you can spot it easily. This shop is a handicraft shop which has really great things and people love the detailing with which it is made. This place has many handmade things to offer like scarfs, bags, shoes and much more. Here only authentic things which are made by the locals are made and you can see the hard work that is put into it.

3. Lunga Handicraft


This is another handicraft shop in Bhutan that you will love. The shop is located in Thimphu and is loved by many travellers. They have all the products sealed and stamped by the NCCA which means that you can pass this through the airport customs by they might add some shipping charges. They have great monastic trumpets, carpets, saddles and bamboo boxes.

Location: Chang Lam, Thimphu

4. DSB Books

DSU Books

This amazing place for all the book nerds was founded in 2000 and has been popular since then. They have a great collection about Himalayas and Bhutan and other fiction and non-fiction books. The shop is well organized and the employees are kind and will help you to find something if you get lost here.

Location: Thimphu, Bhutan

5. Yoser Lhamo Shop


This is a farmer’s shop and you can find many things to eat and drink here. Beer and cheese are their specialty. One can come here and have a chilled beer and they serve red panda beer, honey wine, peach brandy wine and apple juice.

Location: Jakar, Bhutan

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6. Gagyel Lhundrup Weaving Center


This center is a hand-woven textile and you can find amazing clothes with a great design which are unstitched and some of the stitched fabrics are for sale. This shop is located to the south side of Thimphu. This is an amazing place and they offer you better prices than shops in the markets.

Location: Thimphu, Bhutan

7. Yarkay Central Mall


One of the best shopping malls in Bhutan that will give you the best shopping experience in Bhutan. You can find some great stuff here as they have many things from China, Nepal, Bangkok and Bangladesh. These products are imported from these places and you can have many classy gifts for people and for you. They also have many craft products sold here which are delicate and beautiful.

Location: Thimphu, Bhutan

8. Choki Handicrafts


Another place where you can find some great handmade stuff. This place has really beautiful paintings, wooden boxes, thangkas and many religious products. They have an amazing collection and some of this is made in Choki Traditional Art School. It has a great shopping experience and you must visit this place if you love great handmade stuff and is a great experience.

Location: Choki Khangzang, Pedzoe Lam

9. Thinley Dhendup General Shop and Handicraft


As you can guess by the name of this shop, it is another treasure of Bhutan that sells handicraft works. The theme of the store is a little funky and has a great vibe and is in the central junction of the town. The main products that people love here are wooden bowls, textiles, brass butter lamps and some religious articles.

Location: Trashi Yangtse

So are you excited to explore and splurge on these Bhutanese handicrafts? If yes, then make sure to not miss out these famous shopping places while here. But before that book your customized Bhutan holiday package with TravelTriangle and explore the best of this Himalayan Kingdom!

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Pamukkale In Winter: An All-inclusive 2019 Guide To This Beautiful Turkish Paradise

Pamukkale is a famous gem in Turkey. It is called The Cotton Castle and is one of the best places to visit if you want to experience nature at its best. The town is well-known for its travertine terraces that overflow with thermal waters which are rich in minerals. In fact, there is more to see if you visit Pamukkale in winter. People come from all over the world to experience such beauty which includes mineral forests, waterfalls, and terraces that are formed from calcium deposits. These terraces also have hot springs in them. Apart from all this natural beauty, there are Greek-Roman ruins that are still well preserved in the city of Hierapolis.

The Weather In Pamukkale In Winter

Natural wonders as well historical monuments make Pamukkale as famous as it is. There are many great bathhouses, temples, theatres and more located in this treasure of a town. Pamukkale tends to be rather cold in winter with temperatures that drop to 5 degrees Celsius. It might even rain but the weather can be rather unpredictable so there will be short spells of rain every 9-10 days. So, it is really better if you pack along some warm clothes.

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There are many things for you to experience if you are visiting Pamukkale Turkey in winter. Here are some of the best:

  • Turkey Cotton Castle or Pamukkale Travertines
  • Ruins of the City of Hierapolis
  • Hierapolis Theatre
  • Antique Pool of Pamukkale
  • Hierapolis Museum
  • Paraglide over Pamukkale
  • Pamukkale Natural Park
  • Aphrodisias
  • Laodicea

1. Turkey Cotton Castle Or Pamukkale Travertines

Turkey Cotton Castle or Pamukkale Travertines

These travertines should definitely be on your bucket list if you are visiting Pamukkale during winter. The terraces from afar literally look like cotton castles because of the fluffy white formation of calcium. These calcium deposits have formed in the same way as limestone does. They fall over the white terraces and are filled with pools of warm water that are rich with minerals. You can take a dip in the water for fun or make the best of the healing properties. Since the weather in Pamukkale in winter is quite cold, this is an ideal way to warm up. There are many places which have some of the best formations, but you can find them all around the town. This castle was originally called the Cotton Castle and is a 12th Century castle. The castle is located on a plateau in Pamukkale town. Most people don’t feel like taking a hike up here and so it is quiet most of the time.

2. Ruins Of The City Of Hierapolis

Ruin Pamukkale City Hierapolis Of Phrygia Ancient

If you love ancient ruins, then you definitely do not want to miss out on this place. Hierapolis, the ancient city was famous for its sacred hot springs where people came to bathe and be healed. The place was a famous spa center and people came from all over just like they come nowadays to experience the Pamukkale thermal pools in winter. Make sure to keep your day free as there are plenty of great ruins here which include Necropolis, castle ruins, a Byzantine church and a colonnaded road which extends to the Temple of Apollo. The entire site is now a UNESCO World Heritage site and the ancient city mostly has ruins of the great temples and other buildings.

3. Hierapolis Theatre

Explore what's left of the Hierapolis Theatre

The theatre is located at the top of Hierapolis and doesn’t look like much from far because of all the work going on for restoration. The view from the top is absolutely breathtaking and you can find two levels of seating. On one side there are royal boxes for VIP seating with ornamental decoration along the stage which has still survived the ravages of time. The entire theater is very well preserved and although there may not be much to see or do, you will be seated in the same spots that people sat in centuries ago. This mighty theatre is 100m long and has over 28 rows. If you visit Pamukkale in winter, be sure to stop by here. If you visit during the sunset, the scene is absolutely picturesque, you will find great views of the travertine terraces from the castle ruins. Make sure to get here either during sunset or sunrise for the best experience.

4. Antique Pool Of Pamukkale

Soak in the antique pool of Pamukkale

If you are looking to visit Pamukkale thermal pools in winter, then this is the best place to be. This antique pool is located right next to the Temple of Apollo. If you are looking to soothe your tired muscles after a long day after traveling, then drop by here. Apart from being rich with minerals, this pool also has fallen pieces of marble all around. The water stays at a steady 36 degrees Celsius and you can paddle around the area. This shallow pool was supposedly a gift from Marc Antony to Cleopatra. After an earthquake, the structure fell into it and it was just left that way. Visited by both locals and tourists alike, it is a very popular site in Turkey.

5. Hierapolis Museum

Visit Hierapolis Museum

This museum might be a small one but you shouldn’t underestimate the exhibition that is available in what used to be a Roman bath house. There are some great artifacts that are found here from the once lively city. There are exhibits which display some beautiful artwork as well as a rich cultural heritage. There are many artifacts collected from the site which include intricate stone pieces and much more. You can also see a huge collection of artifacts from a nearby site called Aphrodisias if you visit Pamukkale in winter.

6. Paraglide Over Pamukkale

Paraglide over Pamukkale

If you are the adventurous type and you are looking for a good activity to take part in, why not paraglide over the beautiful travertine terraces? There are many companies that let you paraglide over Pamukkale and the city of Hierapolis. The view that you get from the top is absolutely amazing and the thrill that you get when you descend from the top is something that can never be replaced. If the weather in Pamukkale in winter is good, then you should definitely try this out.

7. Pamukkale Natural Park

Spend the day at Pamukkale Natural Park

If you have time to spare, make sure to visit this outdoor park. The park is located at the bottom of the travertines so the view is beautiful from the park. The spot is also famous for wedding ceremonies, so you will more than likely see brides around or you may be able to see a ceremony take place as well. The park is a great spot for picnics and there is even a cafe in the park if you want to get something to eat. There are pools for children and there is even a lake where you can take a boat out to see flocks of ducks. The view of the terraces is absolutely beautiful and the park also has a museum and other ancient structures on site. The thermal pool is located separately but does have fallen marble pieces.

8. Aphrodisias

Visit Aphrodisias

This historic site would be one of the most important ones in Turkey. The city that was once famous for its art, sculptures, and medicine is now just home to well-preserved ruins of what is left of the city. The Temple of Aphrodite can be found here which has 14 standing columns and nearby a stadium can be found which one seated over 30,000 people. The bouleuterion can be found to the South which is the most well-preserved monument which has many statues and other artifacts.

9. Laodicea

Explore Laodicea

This historic site should definitely be on your to-do list. There are some artifacts here that date back to the 3rd Century. Among all the landscape, you will find fallen ruins of what was once a bustling center of commerce and majored in medicine and trade. The place doesn’t get a lot of tourists, so you will mostly have the place to yourself. The landscape surrounding this place is absolutely beautiful. The site is continuing to be excavated and so there are plenty of artifacts that are yet to be discovered.

Turkey is a place that definitely has a lot to offer to its tourists and the small town of Pamukkale is definitely a gem in the city of Denizli. There is plenty of things that you can do if you visit Pamukkale in winter. These were some of the best things you can possibly do during your visit. If this guide interested you then let us help you book your vacation to Turkey. Contact us and get ready for a chance to experience all that Turkey has to offer! 

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Dutch Garden In Surat: Top Reasons Why You Should Visit This Exquisite Tourist Destination

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With the best-landscape and architectural features, Dutch Garden in Surat is distinguished for the historical significance it holds in the beautiful city. The garden features English and Dutch cemeteries with large imposing tombs, huge galleries, and beautiful pillars. These magnificent pillars reflect the power and glory that the Englishmen and the Dutch brought to India. The garden has been majorly set up as a cremation ground for in honor of the Dutch businessmen. You can take a stroll in the tranquil ambiance of the place and offer prayers to the souls resting in peace.


In 1612, the Englishmen after establishing a trading factory in Surat were followed by the Dutch and the French. However, in that period,due to the growing significance of the city of Mumbai, Surat consequently lost its prominence due to the climatic conditions and political reasons. After becoming the first municipality of Gujarat in 1852, Surat became the major business city of Gujarat and also popular for the textile industries. During this time, many Englishmen and Dutch came to Surat to give way to their trading business and lead the state towards a flourishing economy. These people established a burial ground in the city to cremate businessmen who came here for trading purposes and this place is now known as the Dutch Garden.

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Best Time To Visit

With a tropical climate, and is moderated majorly by the Arabian Sea. The city experiences abundant rainfall. However, the best time to visit the Dutch garden is between the months of October and March.

Dutch Garden Surat Timings: 8:00 Am – 12:00 PM, 3:00 PM – 11:00 PM
Dutch Garden Surat Entry Fee: No Fees

While exploring the famous architectural structures at the Dutch Garden in Surat, you can go on to further continue your expedition and visit a few popular attractions nearby. Here is a list of places you can visit.

1. Mahadev Temple

Mahadev Temple

Seeking the blessings of Lord Shiva on your Surat trip seems like a great thought. Galteshwar Mahadev Temple is one of the popular temples situated in Gujarat as you can pay homage to the twelve Jyothir Lings. The temple is beautifully carved with red stones. Situated on the banks of the river Tapi, you can also take a dip in the shallow water of the river.

Timings: 6:00 AM to 8:00 PM
Entry Fee: INR 50

2. Saranath National Park

Saranath National Park

Blooming with nature and wildlife, Saranath National Park in Surat is a great spot to have a great time with your friends and family. Extraordinary architecture, innovative layout, and colorful landscapes are sure to amaze you. Do not forget to carry a camera along, and capture the beauty of this paradise.

Timings: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Entry Fee: INR 12 for Above 12 years of age

3. Old Fort

Old Fort

Built by Muhammad bin Tughlaq, this fort protected men from the brutal attack of the bhils. The fort features an impressive architecture with strong walls and iron bars. Delve into the history of this ancient city and visit this opulent fort for it holds a special place in the heart of the city.

Timings: 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Entry Fee: No fees

If you wish to experience a great culinary experience on your Dutch Garden visit then you can surely find some local delicacies in the nearby area. Being a popular tourist attraction, the Dutch Garden will spoil you for the choices of cafes and restaurants around. Here are a few options you can rely on for a great dining.

1. Take Off Restaurant

Take Off Restaurant

The restaurant provides delicious and hearty meals. Established in the early 90’s this place is synonyms to scrumptious food that will satiate your hunger. You can easily locate this hotel in the city as it is also a very popular eatery in the surrounding area. The restaurant specializes in North Indian, Punjabi,and Chinese cuisine as well.

Location: Behind Rang Upvan, Near Maakai Pool,1/11, Tapti View, Swami Vivekanand Circle, Nanpura-395001
Timings: 12:30 PM to 11:30 PM

2. Maakhan Bhog

Maakhan Bhog

A symbol of purity and taste, Makhan Bhog is a popular eatery in town. You can enjoy mouthwatering sweets at the shop whereas the restaurant also serves North Indian as well as south Indian cuisines. You can also shop a lot of bakery products along with biscuits and other evening snacks.

Location:4 Amarshilp, Surat 395001, India

Timing: 9:00 AM to 11:30 PM

3. Tipsy Topsy

Tipsy Topsy

One of the top restaurants serving North Indian cuisines, Tipsy Topsy has been serving the people of Surat for a very long time. The restaurant specializes in North Indian cuisines. One can taste the authentic food of the city at this restaurant. Special menu for breakfast is also available at the restaurant and those who love papdi and chaat can surely head to this restaurant for a delightful experience.

Location: E-51/52/53, Kanaknidhi Complex, Opposite Gandhi Smruti Bhavan, Nanpura, Surat
Timings: 9:30 AM – 3:30 PM, 7:30 PM – 10:30 PM

Whether you are looking for a budget-friendly accommodation or a lavish holiday retreat, Surat has something to offer to every kind of traveler. If you are willing to stay near Dutch Garden in Surat then here are a few accommodations you can choose to stay at any of these hotels.

1. Central Beacon Hotel

Central Beacon Hotel

The hotel is a great value for money accommodation and also located at a very convenient location. You can enjoy various facilities like a fitness center and spa treatments offered onsite. An onsite restaurant known as Sugar N Spice is also available onsite for you to indulge in a delightful culinary expereince. The rooms are comfortable with separate seating areas and attached ensuite bathrooms.
Location: Opp. Surat Railway Station Near Alankar Cinema, 395007 Surat, India
Category: 3-Star

2. Budget Inn Bellevue

Budget Inn Bellevue

At close proximity to the Dutch Garden, Budget Inn Bellevue offers amazing views of the city through the windows. A variety of accommodations are also available at the hotel for the guests to choose from, You can access free wifi facility at the hotels and also find tickets to the various attractions of the city.

Location: Opposite New Railway Parcel Office, Sumul Dairy Rd, Suryapur Gate, Varachha, Surat, Gujarat 395008
Category: 3-Star

3. Hotel Decent

Hotel Decent

This value for money accommodation is located in the heart of the city and offers close proximity to the major attractions. You will find the rooms to be comfortable and spacious with all kinds of in-room facilities like wifi, tea, and coffee making facilities and a flat screen tv. All rooms are well designed by the finest internal designers until the amount to it a fit indication for relaxation and happy stay.

Location: 1st Floor Abowath Complex No 2, Opp Krishna Cinema, Cinema Road, Station Area, Surat – 395003
Category: 4-Star

How To Reach Dutch Garden

The dutch garden surat locationYou can easily locate this attraction on the Dutch Garden Surat map.

  • By Road: Local buses are available that will drop you at the Surat bus stand from where you can continue your onward journey to Dutch Garden
  • By Rail: Udhna Railway Station is the closest station to Dutch Garden. After boarding at the railway station, you can take a cab, taxi or auto to the destination.The garden is approximately a 15 minutes drive from the railway station
  • By Air: Surat Airport is only 2.9 km from the garden. It takes approximately 11 minutes to reach the garden from the airport.

Dutch Garden in Surat offers a lot of things for travelers to explore. From exceptional dining options to exquisite accommodations for a comfortable stay, travelers can experience a lot of fun and adventure around the place. If you too are eager to pay homage to the brave businessmen, you can include this tourist attraction in your Surat tour with TravelTriangle.

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10 Tel Aviv Museums That Will Leave You Intrigued

Tel Aviv has the largest Metropolitan area in Israel. It is the financial and cultural capital that houses many museums where one can have a glimpse of the extensive history of the place. The Tel Aviv museums are world famous and exhibit collections of notable artists from all over the world. The collection ranges from paintings and sculptures to video art and contemporary designs. Every kind of collection whether modern or classic is preserved in this spectacular museums.

These museums are sure to generate curiosity and interest in the rich history and art of this place. Israel is a country that has faced many wars and there are museums that speak about the valor of the defense forces. There are several art museums that have art collection of young Israeli artists and then there are some museums located at the residence of famous poets. The top museums In Tel Aviv are a must visit if you are a history buff!.

The metropolitan city of Tel Aviv offers a chance to experience its history through its world-class museums. Have a look at the list of best Museums in Tel Aviv and make sure to add them to your travel list.

1. The Tel Aviv Museum Of Art

The Tel Aviv Museum Of Art

The grand building of this museum showcase works of renowned Israeli and international artists. Tel Aviv Museum of Art in Israel is one of the finest museums of modern art in the world. It also houses a comprehensive collection of classic art that will surely mesmerize the visitors. This incredible museum also has a sculpture garden and youth wing that is very enticing and captivating.

Timing: Monday, Wednesday, Saturday: 10 am to 6pm
Tuesday and Thursday: 10 am to 9pm
Friday: 10am to 2pm
(Sunday: closed)

Location: 27 Shaul Hamelech Blvd, The Golda Meir Cultural and Art Center, Tel Aviv 61332012, Israel

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2. Eretz Israel Museum

Eretz Israel Museum

The various pavilions at the Eretz Israel Museums will attract the attention of their visitors because of its historical and archaeological artifacts that speak volumes about Israeli history. It is the best history museum in Tel Aviv which also houses a beautiful planetarium along with that it shows live demonstration of the ancient method involved in weaving, pottery making, etc.

Timing: Monday and Wednesday: 10am to 4pm
Tuesday and Thursday: 10am to 8pm
Friday: 10am to 2pm
Saturday: 10am to 4pm

Location: 2 Haim Levanon St., Ramat Aviv, Tel Aviv 69975

3. Nahum Gutman Museum of Art

Nahum Gutman Museum of Art

This museum is set up in a very historical building and all the artwork in the museum is donated by Na​hum Gutman’s family that wanted to show the various facets of Gutman’s work. The Museum showcases contemporary artwork by modern artists and Gutman’s work so that visitors are able to know the distinctiveness between old and new works of art.

Timing: Monday,Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday: 10am to 4pm
Friday: 10am to 2pm
Saturday: 10am to 3pm
(Sunday: closed)

Location: 21 Shimon Rokah St. Tel Aviv​

4. Bauhaus


Bauhaus Museum is a private Tel Aviv museum located at the heart of the city. The museum shows the history and gradual development of Bauhaus design. Its display area showcases the furniture and belongings related to the Bauhaus movement of the early 20th century. It also houses exhibitions about international styles.

Timing: Wednesday: 11am to 5pm,
Friday: 10am – 2pm
(Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday: Closed)

Location: Bialik St 21, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel

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5. Bialik Museum

Bialik Museum

The museum was the home of the great Hebrew poet Hayim Nachman Bialik. The Museum showcases much of his work that is in Hebrew but visitors can also find some information in English that will help them understand the living condition of people in Israel during the early 20th century.

Timing: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday: 9am to 5pm
Friday and Saturday: 10am to 2pm
(Sunday: closed)

Location: Bialik St. 22, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel

6. Palmach Museum

Palmach Museum

This museum is dedicated to Palmach which was part of the pre-state Haganah defense organization. The museum commemorates the contribution of Palmach in the creation of the state of Israel. The museum also has the memorial of fallen soldiers.

Timing: Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday: 9:00 am to 3:00 pm
Friday: 9:00 am to 11:00 am.

Location: Chaim Levanon St 10, Tel Aviv-Yafo, 6997505, Israel

7. Rubin Museum

Rubin Museum

This Tel Aviv museum is located at the historical heart of the city. It is an artist house museum that was residing place for Reuven Rubin. The museum shows the art of this famous painter, along with that guest’s exhibitions are also shown from time to time.

Timing: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday: 10am to 3pm
Tuesday: 10am to 8pm
Saturday: 11am to 2pm
(Sunday: closed)

Location: Bialik St 14, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel

8. Ilana Goor Museum

Ilana Goor Museum

Ilana Goor museum is situated at the historical place of Jaffa and was founded by designer and sculptor Ilana Goor. The extensive collection of the artist is also sometimes referred to as ‘artistic jungle’. The collection includes video art, painting, and many sculptures.

Timing : Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday: 10am to 4pm
Saturday: 10am to 5pm

Location: Mazal Dagim St 4, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel

9. Beit Hatfutsot: The Museum of the Jewish People

Beit Hatfutsot

Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot is located at Tel Aviv university center. The museums aptly represent the Jewish culture, faith, and purpose from the perspective of the Jewish community. The museum also conducts various workshops and conferences to educate people about the same.

Timings: Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday: 10am to 5pm
Thursday: 10am to 10pm;
Friday: 9am to 2pm;
Saturday 10am to 3pm

Location: campus of Tel-Aviv University, Klausner Street, in Ramat Aviv.
Entrance through Matatia Gate 2.

10. Design Museum Holon

Design Museum Holon

It is the first Israeli museum which is dedicated to designing.It is designed by one of the most renowned and notable architects Ron Arad. The structure of the museum building is itself very mesmerizing. The exhibition changes from time to time and visitors can see fresh collection every time they visit this superb museum.

Timings: Monday and Wednesday : 10am to 4pm;
Tuesday: 10am to 8pm;
Thursday: 10am to 6pm;
Friday 10am to 2pm;
Saturday 10am to 8pm;
(Sunday: Closed)

Location: Pinkhas Eilon St 8, Holon, 5845400, Israel

Visiting Museums in Tel Aviv could be the most interesting thing that a traveler can do. The Tel Aviv museums are unrivaled and showcase rare collections that are very intriguing and enticing at the same time. One can know the rich history of this place that has its affect all over the world. The museums at this place are even designed to educate people about the rich culture and tradition that the place carries. Exhibitions from contemporary artists to classic artists are welcomed here, therefore, visitors can expect to see an expansive variety of paintings, sculptures, and artifacts . To get the profound experience of this city, plan your Israel trip with TravelTriangle and enjoy a memorable holiday.

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Singapore Grand Prix: Expect Dope Performances By Swedish House Mafia & More!

The Formula 1 weekend is almost here and we can feel the adrenaline rush in our veins as we prep ourselves up to witness the most electrifying event of the year, the Singapore Grand Prix 2019! Get ready to be spoilt as this year’s artist lineup is massive and for all those who love the extravaganza and glamour, start jumping in joy and put on your best outfit to dazzle the Formula1 Race! Fans from all over the world come to support their respective teams and elevate their experience by indulging in mega music events and band performances along with witnessing the stimulating night race. This year, the F1 Singapore Grand Prix has taken things a notch up by introducing the dopest entertainment lineup for fans and visitors witnessing the night race for the first time by including major artists like Swedish House Mafia, Hans Zimmer, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Fatboy Slim and more. Read on to know more about what you can expect at this 3-day extravaganza being held at Marina Bay in Singapore from 20th to 22nd September 2019.

racing car at singapore grand prix

The 12th edition of the F1 Singapore Grand Prix is almost here and the artist line-up is going to make you cry tears of joy and get jumping across the room in excitement. Singapore has previously hosted a decade of night racing events and it continues to do successfully as it prevails the same amount of energy in the atmosphere to enthrall the fans and woo the crowd with its unique combination of night race action and world-class entertainment. Experience the exhilarating night race and feel the adrenaline rush as the world’s finest drivers flash right past you at speeds of up to 320km/h, traversing the tracks of Marina Bay against a stunning backdrop of Singapore’s skyline. Formula One Group is in charge of such races and major championships like the Formula One World Championship. World’s finest drivers participate from different countries to be part of this global race that has everyone at the edge of their seats. Get the best seats and cheer for your favourite teams in flashy cars like McLaren, Ferraris, Mercedes Amg series, Renault RS 18 and Sauber c37 and more.

Here’s a chance to experience a 3-day music extravaganza with a dope artist lineup at the 12th edition of the F1 Singapore Grand Prix. Music enthusiasts and party-goers can expect a diverse range of genres spread across 9 stages to leave you with an enthralling carnival experience amidst the fury of the racing cars at the Singapore Grand Prix track.

Swedish House Mafia concert

The Singapore Grand Prix kicks off with Swedish House Mafia dropping some sick beats on 20th September and starting the weekend on an electrifying note. Expect DJ Fatboy Slim to throw in some records and mix beats on both 21st and 22nd September. Groove to techno and house beats by Wolfgang Flur (Ex-Kraftwerk) on 20th and 21st September as he does a signature mix of tech-house and electro tunes. Watch Daryl deliver his signature blend of raw house cuts and jubilant disco anthems, and funky bass lines on all 3 days. Amongst others, look forward to Rah, William J, DJ Honey, and DJ Lizzy for exhilarating music experience.

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vocalist o Red Hot Chili Peppers band

Watch as the Californian rock legends, Red Hot Chili Peppers take the stage by enthralling performances of rock, pop and funky music. With three Grammys under their belt, RHCP are a force to reckon with in the music industry. Fans can look forward to their set on 22nd September at the Padang Stage in Zone 4. Another popular english rock band, Muse will rock the stage on 21st September with high energy music. Groove to the reggae beats on 20th and 21st September by Jamaican legends Toots and the Maytals and a popular American roots band Larkin Poe who is fronted by sisters Rebecca and Megan Lovell, will also make their debut in Singapore. Also, look forward to the Scottish pop rock band Texas on 22nd September and Gym and Swim, Holly Roller and The Smoking Guns, Jupiter & Okwess, and Mantravine amongst others.

Gwen Stefani performing

Look forward to some soul-stirring solo performances by renowned artists like Hans Zimmer, Gwen Stefani, J.S Ondara, Glen Wee and more. An American singer songwriter and three-time Grammy award winner and Gwen Stefani will take to the stage on 21st September and the Bonafide iconic music composer, Hans Zimmer is all set to send chills down the spine of the audience on 22nd September. The multi-award winning German composer works will be presented by a live symphony orchestra.

virtual reality experience at grand prix singapore

Get to see the Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix in a whole new dimension through the experience of virtual reality to bring Singaporeans even closer to the action. These are just one of the complimentary fan-friendly activities at the Singapore Grand Prix 2019. Other activities include a roving truck, a simulator challenge, behind-the-scenes tours and a pit lane walk experience.

crowd at garage

The Singapore Grand Prix is opening its gates for the loyal fans and residents for the annual Formula 1 pit lane experience. People can enjoy this coveted experience for free a day before the Circuit Park officially opens. 4000 members of the public will get to walk the Formula 1 Pit Lane on 19th September to get an exclusive view of the racing cars and the pit crew live in action at their respective team garages.

formula one store

Take a part of the Formula 1 race away with you by shopping at the merchandise stores of the grand race at the venue. Fans can find Formula 1 related goodies like t-shirts, keychains, hats, bottle openers, pens and other products. If you wish you to skip the long queues and crowded stores then you can shop online at the official website that will provide you with authentic goods.

Chef Heston Blumenthal

The culinary list has the big names too! Foodies can devour on lip-smacking delicacies along with Michelin-starred chefs that are on the gastronomical lineup. The three-Michelin starred chef, Heston Blumenthal will make his debut at Formula 1 Paddock Club alongside Nobu at The Boardwalk, Rockpool by Neil Perry, Como Cuisine, Tarte and Stockton Bar by Maximal Concepts. Chef Massimiliano Mascia of two Michelin-starred San Domenico will display a selection of contemporary Italian dishes.

You can book your tickets through the official website, the list of tickets along with their respective prices is given below:

Formula One Paddock Club: USD 9,501.60 or INR 655040.30

Sky Suite: USD 7864.50 or INR 542178.63

Twenty3: USD 6259.50 or INR 431529.93

The Green Room: USD 4,440.50 or INR 306128.07

Lounge@Turn 3: USD 3156.50 or INR 217609.11

You can book your tickets through the official website.

We hope that this answered all your doubts about the Singapore Grand Prix 2019 and enticed you enough to book your tickets right away! The interesting entertainment lineup just adds to enthralling action of Formula 1 night racing.  So, what is it that you’re waiting for? Make the best of your Singapore vacation this year by experiencing the frenzy of Formula One’s Fast and Furious racing cars!

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