Connect with us

Travel

Best Underwater Hotel Rooms To Stay At!

Published

on

It’s 2020 and underwater hotel rooms are for sure not a thing we should be fascinated by. Many hotels and restaurants around the world offer underwater rooms. Now isn’t that an experience in itself? Over the past few years, top tourist destinations around the world have been building up their underwater offerings, giving travelers and locals alike new chances to experience sea life. Also this experience of the ocean floor is very different ways than the typical scuba diving and snorkeling. Hence, it’s definitely an experience.

So, here’s where you can experience your underwater living!

 1. Atlantis, The Palm, Dubai

The underwater hotel rooms at Dubai’s Atlantis, The Palm provide an opulent environment for visitors to revel in the resort’s 3-million-gallon aquarium. Guests can choose between two underwater suites, the Poseidon or Neptune. This is a three-story space with only floor-to-ceiling windows separating them and the stingray-filled Ambassador Lagoon. The aquarium is home to more than 65,000 sea creatures. Price per night is 4000-8000 USD.

Credits- Agoda

 2. Jules’ Undersea Lodge — Key Largo, Florida

Jules’ Undersea Lodge is the self-professed first and only underwater resort where your room is only accessible via scuba diving. The staff stays on duty 24 hours to ensure safety and high-quality experiences, and guests have the option to book a private chef to swim down and prepare a meal for them underwater. Price per night is 800 USD.

Credits- Facebook.com

3. Conrad Maldives Rangali Island

The Muraka villa, part of Hilton’s Conrad Hotels Maldives Rangali Island resort, is a bi-level residence. Thus it has rooms both above and below the surface of the Indian Ocean. The underwater portion features a luxurious bedroom, bathroom. It also has a living area with floor-to-ceiling windows offering panoramic views of sea life. Price per night is 2200 USD.

underwater

Credits- Kiwi Collection

4. The Manta Resort — Tanzania

Next up, a 250-meter boat ride from shore, this three-level room is situated in a marine conservation area off Pemba Island. It is a part of the Zanzibar Archipelago in Tanzania. It has a two floor deck outdoor deck and the most stunning views. Price per night is 2000 USD.

underwater

Credits- Mantaresort

5. Resorts World Sentosa Ocean Suites — Singapore

Lastly, the 11 underwater suites at this luxury hotel in Singapore are tucked beside the SEA Aquarium and Adventure Cove Water park and feature two stories — one above and one below water. Hence it offers guests the best of both land and sea.

underwater

Credits- Booking.com

So, take your pick and plan your stay soon! For more travel related articles check out https://littleletterslinked.com/category/travel/

Continue Reading
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Travel

Royal Rides by Indian Railways!

Published

on

India is fast moving on the path of development. Not just the private sector but also the government owned entities are progressing. One such entity is the Indian Railways. Check out the Royal Rides by Indian Railways which promises a wonderful experience for all.

 

Anyone who has traveled with Indian Railways will surely vouch for one fact. Trains travels give you the exposure to being around real Indians. The thing with Railways is that, the more the stops, more diversity in Indian lifestyle you get to witness. Therefore, even though train travels are not always very pleasant they show you different colors of life.

Just so that the travelers get to experience more fun on their journey, Royal Rides by Indian Railways have been designed. These trains cover different routes in India. Each train is unique in its own way and has a different experience in store. In this post, take a look at the Royal Rides by Indian Railways.

Royal Rides by Indian Railways

The Desert Queen

The Desert Queen is one of the best Royal Rides by Indian Railways. It runs between Jodhpur and Jaisalmer. In spite of being priced more than the normal rides of Indian Railways, the train does not fail to attract lovers of luxury.

 

The Desert Queen offers a desert safari of the blue city of India, Jaisalmer. The train will take you through the famous destinations while being surrounded by the golden time round the clock.

The Maharaja Express

The Maharaja Express runs on the route of Mumbai to Delhi. The train is quite expensive but the experience is unmatched. The train comes with facilities like Large dining bar, LCD TV’s, direct dial phones, internet, lounge, temperature control facilities, suite bathroom. In addition to this the train has large windows perfect for sight seeing.

The Himalayan Queen

The Himalayan Queen is a little different from the above two trains. It is a rather rare experience. To ride the Himalayan Express one has to travel the route of Kalka to Shimla. The train is a toy train the passes through the beauty of nature. On your way you will pass through flowing rivulets, colorful meadows and jungles. The ride is sure to fascinate each and every one in some way or other.

Darjeeling Himalayan Railway

This one is another of trains on the Himalayan side. This train runs between the Jalpaiguri and Darjeeling tracks. The train will take you through the famous tea hills of Darjeeling. The scene is straight out of some Bollywood movie.

Mandovi Express

This train runs on the Mumbai- Madgaon route. A ride by this train will tak eyou through the beautiful Sahyadri Hills. In addition to this, you can witness the Arabain Sea on the other side of Sahyadri.  The whole area is blessed by nature. There are plenty of rice fields and coconut tress that one will come across this region. Inspite of all this, the area is not yet very popular. So, one can also expect a calm tour on this route.

View this post on Instagram

FOLLOW👉@wheel_on_track ▪️TRAIN NO & NAME: 10104/MANDOVI EXPRESS. मांडवी एक्सप्रेस  मांडवी एक्सप्रेस ▪️FROM: MAO/MADGAON JUNCTION ▪️TO: CSMT/CHHATRAPATI SHIVAJI MAHARAJ TERMINUS. ▪️TRAVEL TIME: 12H 25M ▪️HALTS: 18 ▪️DISTANCE: 581 ▪️AVG SPEED: 47KM/HR ▪️MAXIMUM PERMISSIBLE SPEED: 110KM/HR ▪️RUNS: DAILY ▪️DEPARTS MAO @ 09:15 ▪️ARRIVES CSMT @ 21:40 ▪️TYPE: MAIL/EXPRESS ▪️RAKE ZONE: KR/KONKAN RAILWAY ▪️INAUGURAL RUN: TUESDAY JUNE 08,1999 ▪️✔️PANTRY CAR ▪️✔️ON BOARD CATERING ▪️✖️E CATERING ▪️RAKE TYPE: LHB RAKE ▪️TOTAL COACHES: 22 ▪️RSA/RAKE SHARING: 10111/KONKAN KANYA EXPRESS. 10112/KONKAN KANYA EXPRESS. ▪️LOCO: MAO TO CSMT PUNE(PUNE)/WDP-4D . . . ————————————————— TO GET FEATURED: ————————————————— USE #wheel_on_track OR TAG:@wheel_on_track OR EMAIL: wheelontrack1@gmail.com ————————————————– . . . 📸: ©@panya_rk . . . #indianrailways #incredible_india #irctc #southwesternrailway #centralrailways #northwesternrailway #westernrailways #easternrailways #konkanrailways #wheel_on_track #photooftheday #photography #instagram #love #railfans_of_instagram #railfan #railphotography #windowseatproject #yesteam #travelling #trending #travelphotography #trainspotting #travelblog #instatravel #instafollow #instagram #10104 #mandoviexpress #foodking #konkan

A post shared by 𝚆𝙷𝙴𝙴𝙻_𝙾𝙽_𝚃𝚁𝙰𝙲𝙺™ (@wheel_on_track) on

Island Express

The train runs between Kanyakumari and Trivandrum. It is advisable that when on this train do not even think of your books or phones. This is because the beautiful view around is sure to have you captivated. The whole journey is of two hours.

The Golden Chariot

The Golden Chariot runs on the Bengaluru Goa route. It wouldn’t be wrong to call this train the pride of Karnataka. This train is named after the famous stone chariot of Hampi. It has a total of 19 coaches. It has all the amenities that one could possibly need ranging from spa, gym, conference room, bar and many restaurants.

The Palace on Wheels

The Palace on Wheels is the famous Rajasthan tour train. The train is quite popular than the other trains on this list. The train has set high standards when one comes to talk about the of Royal Rides by Indian Railways.

Indian Railways has a common ticketing portal for all trains under them. To book your tickets visit here.

Take a look at other destinations in India where you can visit.

 

Continue Reading

Travel

Funiculars: Strange Water-Powered Mountain Transport

Published

on

Source: Wikimedia

Funiculars use gravity to get up and down steep slopes.

Want to travel steep on mountains? Funiculars are a different type of transport which used to function in 1800s but you can still find some water based funicular in different cities.

Funiculars function in a system of two counterbalanced cars attached at the end of a long cable that goes from one car, up the slope, around a pulley, and back down to another car. This means that as one car goes up the slope, the other one must go down. Originally the funiculars were functioned on water but now there has been electric-motor generated funiculars.


Buda Hill Funicular – Hungary

Buda Hill Funicular is a pleasant and a fairly cheap way to save your legs a hike when you want to get up to the Buda Castle Hill from the river level on Adam Clarke square. Enjoy the ride on a historical cable car! It runs every 10 minutes up and down the Castle Hill from early morning till late at night

Funiculars


Penang Hill Railway – Malaysia

Penang Hill Railway has the steepest tunnel track in the world. It is a fun activity to try when visiting Penang. It situated at Ayer Itam, just outside of George Town, that ascends Penang Hill (6-8 minutes). There is quite a bit to do/see atop the hill.

Funiculars


Old Quebec Funicular – Canada

This cable-car ride connects the Terrasse Dufferin with Lower Town for those not up for the steep stairway. The ride cost is 3.00$CAN/person. It is a fun ride with great views of city below.

Funiculars


Hong Kong Peak Tram – Hong Kong

The venerable Peak Tram is, as most people agree, the only way to truly experience the beauty of Hong Kong’s natural wonders. Tens of millions of people from every corner of the globe have taken the ride, which affords a uniquely spectacular perspective of the city.

Funiculars


Monongahela Incline – Pittsburgh

A popular tourist attraction that also serves thousands of daily commuters. The upper station serves the city’s Mt. Washington neighborhood and the lower station serves Station Square and its numerous attractions. It costs $2.50 for one way.

Checkout the link for more interesting articles:Luxury train rides in india you cant miss

Continue Reading

Travel

Top 8 Tips For The Perfect Honeymoon Getaway

Published

on

Having A Perfect Honeymoon Is The Key For A Happy And Long Married Life Nowadays!

When talking about honeymoon, there are so many topics to discuss! Where in the world might the two of you want to go? How long should your honeymoon be, and when would the best time be to take your honeymoon, officially? You’d be surprised at how many couples delay taking their honeymoon for better timing, whether that’s coinciding with work calendars and vacation days, or just the best time of year to visit your dream honeymoon destination.  And, if you’re going to delay your honeymoon, would you want to plan a post-wedding mini-moon getaway too?

1. Choose A Time That’s Best For You Both

 

Put some serious thought into when you should go on your honeymoon. Sure, tradition used to say it needs to be right after the wedding, but more and more couples are opting for a mini-moon instead, and going on their honeymoon later in the year. Do what’s best for both of you, and your work schedules. You don’t want you or your spouse stressing about it being a bad time at work to get away, and you want to feel like you truly deserve and can take advantage of your trip of a lifetime.

 

2. Put The Phone Away

Honeymoon

Your friends know you’re having the time of your life, so go ahead and put your phone on airplane mode (because let’s be honest, you still need it for those epic vacation photos). No one that’s taken a day on airplane mode regretted it later. After entertaining tons of family and friends and throwing the party of the year, take some time for yourselves to enjoy each other, and relax.

 

4. Don’t Copy Any Honeymoon Itinerary

Honeymoon

Wedding planning can be so involved that it’s tempting to copy another couple’s honeymoon itinerary. But while your friends may have loved that no-stress, all-inclusive resort, you might find it tamps your adventurous spirit. Or, maybe you’ve heard your parents reminisce about their honeymoon in Bermuda your whole life. But that doesn’t mean it’s right for the two of you. It’s fine to solicit advice from friends and family, but take it with that.

 

5. Be Specific About What You Want

When you think about exotic destinations, does that mean a luxury resort on an island renowned for its natural beauty? Or are you thinking about some faraway foreign country where you don’t speak the language? Daydream with your partner to figure out what you both really want. Deciding upon a place which you both agree is the most crucial part. Otherwise, the whole honeymoon would be more of a compromise for one person which is not good.

 

6. Don’t Rely On Online Research

Starting your honeymoon planning with a Google search is perfectly fine, but don’t rely only on search engines, says Augerinos. Online reviews can paint a picture that doesn’t match reality and it’s best to thoroughly vet your ideal destination by talking to friends and family who have been there and or a travel professional, too. Online searching helps but it can get a little overwhelming too at times. Get many sources of information as possible.

 

7. Don’t overdo it

honeymoon

Remember you’ll be exhausted after the build up to the wedding and the big day! Not to mention the jet lag, so be sure to build in some extra “leisure” days to your honeymoon itinerary. With a honeymoon, since it’s such a trip of a lifetime, people have a tendency to want to overbook themselves. But it’s important to keep your expectations for how much you can see in so little time in check! Take ample amount of rest before you go out and explore with your loved one!

 

8. Buy Travel Insurance

honeymoon

Buy travel insurance because you just never know what will happen in this world, and, just in case there’s some natural disaster (like a typhoon hitting Bora Bora, an earthquake in Napa Valley, or a volcano erupting in Bali), you want to be covered, and be able to change your plans should the situation not look ideal for your trip. Travel insurance comes in many different varieties, so consider the specifics of your trip to figure out which travel insurance is right for you.

 

Related article- Best Hotels And Resorts For Couples

Continue Reading

Trending