Best Bar

Having traveled to several countries, checking out the bar scene is almost fixed for me. Along all the consideration factors, the night life is an essential part to exactly get the taste of specific destination. Anyhow, there's nothing additionally exciting when you find a bar that is unique to the point that you're more keen on the spot than the beverage menu. Whether amidst the sea or bragging unrivalled perspectives, a percentage of the best bars is absolutely over the top, odd, and outrageous.

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Here are a blend of some of my crazy top picks some still on my pail list. (Put them on yours, as well!)

Skybar at Lebua, Bangkok, Thailand

The vast majority perceives Skybar at Lebua Hotel from the film Hangover 2, and all things considered: The oval island bar associated with a bridge way in a floating form in the Bangkok sky at 820 feet high.

Skybar at Lebua Bangkok Thailand

The 360-degree viewpoints are remarkable as the glittery avenues of Bangkok sprawl beneath (on the off chance that you set out to look down!) and the cocktails of the place are considered as the best in the city. This chic and elegant Skybar has a wide reputation, especially for bachelor parties.

Skybar at Lebua Bangkok

What made it really extraordinary during my visit was the assorted bundle of visitors from worldwide - from Australia to Brazil - tasting beverages and looking in awe at the city.

Ithaa, Maldives

Ithaa is the world's first submerged eating place opened in 2005. The place has recently been permitted for daily reservation, especially for cocktails and champers in order to offer a beautiful restaurant experience to customers

Ithaa Bar Maldives

At 15 feet underneath the sea's surface, we were truly inside an aquarium with glass dividers and a glass, encompassed by coral and plenteous marine life.The clear crystal water, cocktail hour within a certain number of guests and amazing photography opportunity are the highlights of the place.

Ithaa Maldives

If you’re on Maldives tour then never miss to hit Niyamaunderwater lounge/bar/club.

Monkey Bar, Berlin, Germany

While it’s difficult to leave the fashionable, wild and crazy neighbourhood of East Berlin, I picked an exceptional case of Monkey’s Bar situated in West Berlin.

Monkey Bar Berlin

It is cool nighttime outing option for night owls. On the top floor of the trendy 25 Hour Hotel, Monkey Bar has a funky inside and outside set up. The name of the place is based on its nearby location of the monkey station at Berlin Zoo.

Monkey Bar Berlin Germany

One can comfortably enjoy the location through advance reservation policy, especially at the sunset time. With floor-to-roof windows, you get the chance to view monkeys and different animals underneath 10 stories, along a beautiful sun sinking view beyond the horizon.

Lagoon Bar, Reykjavik, Iceland

Lagoon Bar Reykjavik Iceland

This world’s most iconic geothermal lagoon is more than a place of imagination. Wonderful sounds, fruity cocktails, outdoor bar, perfect spa day and nearby Reykjavik airport are the highlights of this Blue Lagoon Bar in Iceland.

Lagoon Bar Reykjavik Iceland

It is like a top attraction or wet bar for a passionate person who wants to point out lots of flowing drinks.

Ice Bar, Stockholm, Sweden

Ice Bar Stockholm Sweden

The ice-themed bars are popular all over the globe. But, Ice Bar in Stockholm is officially first of them from 2002. After entering, visitors are issued some warm outerwear, then entry inside the bar that is maintained at -5 degrees Celsius. Everything inside the bar is exactly made up of ice.

Ice Bar Stockholm Sweden

The best part is redesigning of this ice bar annually in order to offer a latest surprise to their customers with a new experience.

Emirates A380 Bar, Emirates airline

Emirates A380 bar Emirates airline

Emirates A380 is a plane with an inside bar facility. In business class, travelers are treated with in-seat as well as an extensive,well-equipped bar facilities by serving premium spirits, wines, champagne, brew and mixed drinks.

Emirates A380 Bar

A passenger has a pretty cool option to enjoy the full serviced bar within a company of dedicated bartender at the height of 30,000 feet.

H.R Giger Bar, Gruyere, Switzerland

H.R GigerBar Gruyere Switzerland

The appealing town of Gruyere may be known for its renowned cheddar,but Alien fans make the journey particularly for the Giger attractions. Hans Rudolf Giger was a surrealist craftsman who performed the visual craftsmanship for Ridley Scott's Alien (his group won the Oscar for Best Visual Effects). While there's an amazing HR Giger Museum, most guests go to the Giger Bar, intended to be the tummy of one of his dreamlike, ancient brutes.

H.R GigerBar Gruyere Switzerland

Expect skeletal structures, vertebrae curved roofs and seats that bring a torment image in mind. Strange work!

Sunland Baobab Bar, Limpopo Province, South Africa

Sunland Baobab Bar Limpopo Province South-Africa

Most of us get cherish moments in the bars with their settings in provincial, natural locations. However, nothing is as significant as the Big Baobab Bar in South Africa. Engraved out from the empty of the biggest Baobab tree on the planet, this bar is truly inside the tree going back 1,700 years, and has served beverages since 1933!

Sunland B&B Limpopo Province South-Africa

Outfitted with bar stools, draught beer facility, a dartboard, and all the right fixings for a cool pub, this tree cave bar is reason alone explorers book a room at this humble B&B.

Northern Lights Bar, Selfoss, Iceland

Northern Lights Bar Selfoss Iceland

About an hour from Reykjavik and right on the foot of a monstrous volcano, the genuinely new Ion lodging is about nature and experience (from horseback riding to rafting) the greatest rush is the inn's Northern Lights Bar. The bar's twofold tallness glass dividers look over Lake Thingvallavatn and the sprawling field, and the bar itself is roosted on stilts on the slope.

Northern Lights Bar Selfoss Iceland

It's rapidly turned into the best (and most jazzy) spot to catch Aurora Borealis, which is precisely what it was fabricated for.

Pelican Bar, Jamaica

Pelican Bar Jamaica

A bar at the central location of the Caribbean Sea is the ideal spot to have a beer along dolphin watching activity. This small bar made out of driftwood and stilted on a bit of sandbar Caribbean Sea center is the most excited part of Jamaican bar.

Pelican Bar Jamaica

You can just get to Pelican Bar by boat (or by swimming, however its ¾ mile from shore). With the entry of a visitor sun deck, watching dolphins flip out of the sea and even swimming are the major parts.

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Postosuchus Mural
Earth, as we know is, is no longer what it used to be. Natural causes such as climate change, erosion, desertification in addition to the ruthless human expansion have brought about radical changes to the landscapes and I am afraid, the changes are permanent. And with all the changes rushing in, there is high chance that we might end up being the last generation to witness some of the most amazing places and natural wonder that existed in the world. We have arduously compiled this list just to give you a sight of 10 of the most beautiful places on earth which have taken the path to annihilation. Check it out!

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Maldives, a very popular holiday destination, is a tiny island country in the Indian Ocean which is considered the lowest country in the world with an average ground level elevation of just 1.5 meters above the sea. There is high probability that the country along with its 400,000 citizens might soon be washed away due to the steady rise in the sea level. 

Azure Window, Malta

Azure Window Malta

The Azure Window is a limestone natural arch located on Gozo which is the second largest island of the Maltese archipelago. The Azure Window is a popular tourist attraction which is on the road to disintegration with recent surveys of that opinion that it won’t last for more than a few years. Go have a look before it’s too late! 
Aral Sea, Kazakhstan/Uzbekistan

Aral Sea Kazakhstan/Uzbekistan

While some places are threatened by floods, others suffer from drying out, and this has been the case with the Aral Sea located between Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan. The Aral Sea once enjoyed the reputation of being fourth largest lake in the world until the 1960s, after which the rivers that fed it were diverted by Soviet irrigation projects, and it has been steadily drying out ever since. By 2007, it shrunk to almost 10% of its original size, splitting into several smaller lakes. What a tragedy!

Venice, Italy

Venice Italy

It’s not just those pieces of nature that can soon be lost forever. Rising ocean levels has put numerous cities under threat and the Italian city of Venice tops the list. Situated in the northeastern part of the country, Venice is a picturesque city famous for its romantic atmosphere. The exact time period in which the city might get completely flooded is not known but some experts suggest Venice can sink in less than 50 years from now. Guess, Atlantis won’t be the only city your kids will just read about.

Derweze Crater, Turkmenistan

Derweze Crater Turkmenistan

Located in the middle of the Karakum Desert in Turkmenistan, Derweze is a small village where Soviet geologists drilled the land in 1971 for natural gas but their rig collapsed, creating a giant hole. To avoid poisonous gas discharge, they ignited the gas, hoping it would burn in a few days, but the gas is still burning today. It is not known exactly how much longer the crater, dubbed as “The Door to Hell” will burn but it might not last long. Go see what hell is like when you are alive; you might even give your actions some sort of consideration after this, after all who wants to go to hell!

Leaning Tower of Pisa, Italy

Leaning Tower of Pisa Italy

In the case of the Leaning Tower of Pisa, a bell tower famous for its striking tilt, the reason of why it might disappear soon is obvious. With the top of the tower displaced horizontally 3.9 meters from the center, the tower may follow the destiny of the bell tower in Pavia, northern Italy, which was also tilted and collapsed in 1989.

The Twelve Apostles, Australia

Twelve Apostles Australia

The Twelve Apostles is a collection of limestone stacks off the shore of the Port Campbell National Park in Victoria, Australia. Although it’s still known as the Twelve Apostles, there are currently just eight stacks remaining. The wave erosion has caused them to erode by 2 cm per year, forcing four apostles to collapse.

Franz Josef Glacier, New Zealand

Franz Josef Glacier NewZealand

Situated on the West Coast of New Zealand’s South Island, the Franz Josef Glacier is major tourist site of the region, attracting about 250,000 visitors annually. The glacier was growing until as late as 2008 but since then it has entered a very rapid phase of retreat and, according to some estimates, it can disappear for good within a hundred years. Enough time you have here, by the way!

Ranthambore National Park, India

Ranthambore National Park India

Covering an area of about 400 sq km, the Ranthambore National Park is one of the largest national parks in northern India. Though the park itself struggles with environmentalist issues but it’s the tiger, the most famous inhabitant of this national park, who may vanish soon with the numbers falling every passing year. Poaching has brought down the numbers of these amazing cats into a drastic dwindle, and biologists are of the opinion that if immediate action is not taken, the cats might die out within the next 15 years. Can we really afford that?

Everglades, Florida

Everglades National Park Florida

The Everglades that bring about the picturesque natural touch of southern Florida is a region of tropical wetlands that act as the natural habitat of bountiful flora and fauna including the rare Florida panther. What poses as a threat to this exquisite ecosystem is human intervention in the form of regional expansion, farming and of course, pollution that have taken over like a sworn enemy hell bound on destroying this unique ecology. But fortunately, efforts have been made to save the Everglades so hopefully, next generations will also get to see this amazing piece of land.

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Taste Indian Wines
Does the subtle flavor and aroma of wines have an enticing effect on (alter) your mood? Are you a sophisticated wine connoisseur or just an enthusiastic novice who recently discovered a new interest, then India is all set to alluring you with its finest world class vineyards? India has seen an unpredicted boom in wine tourism in the recent few years and to cash in on its growing popularity, Indian wineries are taking keen interest in investing and setting infrastructure to develop vineyards as tourist destinations. Many wineries have their resorts and stylish wine tasting rooms to enhance your wine tasting experience. Gaze at the bunches of grapes, simply stroll along the lined up vines or see the grapes being picked up, crushed and processed in the fine bottles among the picturesque vista of Nashik and Nanda hill.

Wine Tasting Tour

Here is a collection of the best vineyards from India offering wine tasting packages or visits

Sula Vineyards tour, Nashik, Maharashtra

Counted among the India’s finest wine making winery, it is situated in Nashik around 170 Kilometers northeast of Mumbai. Nasik, known as the Napa valley of India has managed to establish its reputation as the wine capital of India producing some of the best wine brands.

Sula Vineyards

Since its inception in 2000, Sula Vineyards in Nashik are the producer of the award-winning Sauvignon Blanc wine. Surrounded by the hills mesmerizing Gangapur Lake, it is a perfect escape for people looking for luxury retreat. Special wine tasting vacation sessions and courses are conducted for educating the visitors. Their exclusive resort ‘Beyond’ offers a luxurious and fine wine-dine experience.

Sula Vineyards

York Winery tour, Nashik, Maharashtra

Enjoy a stroll, gaze at vineyards set in the foothill or simply just unwind with a glass of your favourite wine in hand among the breathtaking views of the Gangapur Dam backwaters or relish the different flavours of their wines in the York Tasting Room.

York Winery

Located at twenty minutes drive from Nashik, York Winery offers guided tours of the wine making process-a completely different experience for first time visitors. Spread across sprawling seven acres, York winery offers completely different wine and vineyard vacation experience.

York Winery

Grover Vineyards tour, Nashik, Maharashtra & Nandi hills in Bangalore

Grover Zampa Vineyard is a place where passion meets expertise. Located among the picturesque vistas of Nashik, Maharashtra and Nandi hills in Bangalore, it is among the early pioneer of Indian wine industry with history dated back to 1960. From the time the first French grape vines were planted in 1988, the Grover Zampa vineyards have recognized itself as the most trusted brand in the Indian wine industry.

Grover Vineyards

Their soft, rich, opulent and distinct wines are quite popular among the wine lovers. On very minimal charges you can visit their any winery at Nashik and Nanda Hill and savour the classic wines of this brand. They are proud producers of highly acclaimed La Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz red wines. The winery created history in 2014 when it won the Sauvignon Blanc International Trophy at the Decanter Asia Wine Awards, the first international trophy to be won by an Indian wine.

Grover Vineyards

Fratelli wines Tour, Solapur, Maharashtra 

Since the launch of its first vintage in 2010, the Fratelli wines located in the agro friendly ambiance of Solapur Maharashtra is an India-Italian venture that has marked its presence with some premium brand.

Fratelli Wines

Fratellis Wines offer multiple Wine tasting packages; you can book a day trip, weekend & rejuvenation getaway or rent a vineyard to go all the way out and have a wine party.

Fratelli Wines Tour Solapur

The Four Seasons Vineyards tour, Maharashtra

Baramati Vineyards

The four season’s wine offers a 60 to 90 minute wine tasting vacation sessions for the people who are inquisitive to learn the whole process of converting raw grapes into the finest wines. Here you will discover the art of wine making, tasting and collecting.

Situated near Baramati, the Four Seasons winery produces wine from grapes grown around the Sahyadari Valley in Maharashtra, about 65KM from Pune. The winery has 14 rooms, a swimming pool, a spa and a terrace for parties which are perfect to get soaked in the luxury retreat.

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Does the unboundedness of the roads entice you to explore its vividness? Do you have courage to lose yourself on uncharted paths and experience the thrill of the finding the way back home. Are you a motorbike aficionado who wants to conquer the world on the motorbike or just want a weekend escape, then India is definitely a place worth exploring? The recent travel boom in India has opened the new doors to motorbike travelling. The vivid rough terrains, landscapes and valleys present a perfect trail/roadmap for the motorbike enthusiasts in India where you can dwell deep into the woods, feel the liveliness in the stillness of the sand dunes, experience the heat in the bone chilling cold of snow wrapped passageway, see your hair raises by riding bike on the edge of the steep valleys and soaked up into the vastness of the sea and much more. Here we bring the best Indian routes for bike lovers.

Manali- Leh

No doubt route from Manali to Leh is among the one of the best Motor Bike Tracks. Considered among the most difficult motorbike routes, the whole terrain from Manali to Leh is highly unpredictable and needs lots of physical stamina and preparation in advance. Despite the harsh weather conditions, thin air, tough climbs; it is still successful in notching the top position as the favourite route among the motor bike Expeditors.

Ride along the Alpine forests and meadows in Manali through steep valleys in Lahul, sprawling plains at Sarchcu and Ladakh, a land with a hue of orange, red and brown. Embedded with turquoise lakes, ascending barren but picturesque landscapes with blue clear sky above head and spiritual ambience echoed with the chanting of Buddhist mantra, this route is once in life time exploring opportunity.

Spiti Valley

Tucked among the high mountain ranges, Spiti valley is as beautiful as Manali-Leh. This desert mountain valley offers a breathtaking motor biking route which is not everyone’s cup of tea. The awe inspiring roads amidst the beautiful ambiance encompasses amazing and breathtaking views of Kullu- Manali , remoteness of Kaza, Tabo, Spiti and Pin valley supported by the adrenaline rushing drive through apple and apricot orchids and snow capped shrines of Baspa and Kinnaur with Satluj in the backdrop.

Counted among the most treacherous but surprisingly beautiful roads of the world, motor biking through the woods, ice cold water streams and rough terrain with abrupt climatic change and bone chilling nights is not for faint hearted people.

Arunachal Pradesh

May be Arunachal Pradesh is a lesser known state, but it offers one of the toughest and veritable biking track that needs to have knuckled down approach. Hanging bridges, majestic mountains, dry river beds, dense jungles, turquoise streams, slush and sand laden tracks make this state an ideal destination to set on the wheels.

Arunachal Pradesh literally means ‘the land of dawn lit mountains’ takes one into crazy ride expedition through its bumpy and off beaten road tracks enough to rush in gusts and test your driving skill to the max .

Thar Desert

Popularly known as the Great Indian Desert, bike riding in Thar Desert has been uncanny yet enjoyable. Unlike other part of the country, riding in the Thar Desert will leave you wonder-struck with its varied and barren tracks that take you through the former majestic kingdoms, colorfully ornamented alleys, high and low sand dunes, golden sandy plains, low barren hills and rural Rajasthan.

Low and erratic rainfall with temperature rising up to 50 degrees at times could give tough time to a trained bike rider even. Tour to Thar Desert all along through Ranthambor, Barmer, Jaisalmer and Bikaner, is extraordinary and gives you an opportunity to explore new and remote part of Rajasthan and neighboring states.

Rann of Kutch

Have you ever imagine of running wild and crazy on the roads, if yes, then Rann of Kutch is the perfect choice to give wings to your imaginations. Situated in the heart of the Thar Desert with India on one side and Pakistan’s Sind province on another, this marsh land is a blessing for speed lovers. As the wheels touch the hard ground of the extensive pathways, your two wheeler would start talking to the wind.

Perfectly carved roadways of the Surendranagar, Dhrangadhra, the Great Rann of Kutch, the little Rann of Kutch and Banni Grassland would definitely take a person by storm. Night ride in the beautiful starlit sky is a great way to experience the rustic life of Rann of Kutch.

NH 17

Love to explore the vastness of the sea and get drenched into the water, then N17 is indeed the first choice that offers you the pristine and picturesque views of the white sand beaches, swaying palms lining the seashores and eye dazzling views of the sunrise and sunset.

Flicks like Bombay to Goa has gracefully captured the magnificence of this biking track which run all the way from Mumbai, Maharashtra to Edappally in Kerala and allow you to run riot into thrilling ride along the heart capturing views of the west coast of India. However, it is among the busiest roadways, but still no other coast, route can be compare with the sheer bliss of riding into the remote place and unravel the best kept secret.

Shillong- Cherrapunjee

Bristles with the mind –blowing landscapes and evergreen forest, the beauty of motor biking tracks from Shillong to Cherrapunjee is beyond words. This 60 Km riding track has everything that one need to feel alive and excited.

Tropical forest, curvy roads with sharp edges, cascading waterfalls and hill tops can behold any first timer with its mystified beauty. Hilly terrains may make your trip bit challenging, but it is worth exploring, so what are you waiting for, prepare your gun and get lost into the most amazing stretch.

Bangalore to Bandipur Forest

Go and explore the wonders of the forest. This riding track from Bangalore to Bandipur is perfect to unwind and distress yourself at weekends. Sun playing hide and seek amidst the tree, encounter with wood dwellers like deer on the way will give you the perfect start for the day.

This charming roadway will take you on an enchanting journey of forest reverberating with melodies of birds, roars of animals and the crackle of insects, totally out of the world experience.

East coast of Tamil Nadu

East coast of Tamil Nadu is a fascinating and offbeat route where you can explore the vivid color and amazing culture. Seeing people engaging in their daily chores, roadside markets with sights of vast shores of the sea and Bay of Bengal, all along are icing on the cake.

Ride along this off beaten yet sassy route will lure you with amazing views of the French settlement, Adam Bridge and Mahabalipuram Temple.

Valparai and the Vazhachal Forest

This route is no less than a romantic counter. Covered with tropical evergreen rainforest engulfed in mist and cloud, this route connecting Pollachi in Tamil Nadu to Chalakudy in Kerala is definitely the best monsoon riding route of the country.

Coupled with stunning waterfalls, wildlife sightseeing and innumerable beautiful tea plantation, it is a terrain with uncertainty –a paradise for explorers.

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