Vietnam is a retreat for those seeking experience of various forms. With fascinating history on every turn to modern forms of entertainment, a traveller can immerse himself into a pool of culture and heritage on his next visit to this South Asian country. What we want to show you in this issue of India Outbound is that Vietnam is an ideal destination for every kind of traveller. Come with us on a journey where Vietnam’s popular and lesser known places will be explored and where each of these places will leave you with lifelong cherish-able memories. Another historically indulging destination that we bring you this time is Ras Al Khaimah. With over 7,000 years of fascinating history and culture, the northern most emirates have beaches, deserts and breathtaking landscapes to help you get the most of your trip. Moving on, if adventure is your thing, then Malaysian Islands has some the world’s best locations for scuba and snorkelling. If not that, then golfing in Indonesia might be what you are looking for. Apart from that, we have a variety of options listed for you to do this winter, travel to the land of rising sun and experience the unique Christmas celebrations or travel to Europe where the Christmas markets are all set to blow off your minds.
Jetwing, one of the leading hospitality giants of Sri Lanka, has remained committed to uplifting lives, developing communities, and engaging in sustainable practices while continuing its expansion of businesses in Sri Lanka. India is Jetwing’s key market and Jetwing does strong campaigns with its array of luxury hotels to cater to the needs of the … Continue reading Jetwing Hotels, Sri Lanka →
Dark and woody, some traditional perfumes from Middle-East can be intensely fragrant. With fusions of spices and flowers, the aromas in the air also cater to personal preferences. The way Indians use incense sticks during pujas, Arabs use perfume sticks or incense-like concoction called bukhoor while dressing up. They keep their clothes near the fumes, … Continue reading Perfume Culture in Middle-East →