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tgblog May 24 2014

Why travelling by bus is a popular option?

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When it comes to travelling by bus most of us overlook this means of commute, simply because it is time consuming compared to air or rail travel. However, survey suggests that bus travel is the most opted mode of inter-city transportation, surpassing both rail and air travel. Most of the bus operators today likeParveen Travels, Kesineni Travels and VRL Travels lure their customers with exceptionally low prices and new amenities. Besides, bus journey is safer, comfortable as well as affordable. I personally love road trips be it by a bus or a car. Nothing can beat the view outside as […..]

tgblog May 17 2014

For the fun quotient in Bangalore, head to Koramangala

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When you think of a good shopping destination, incredible food, movies, hanging out with friends or simply chilling out over the weekend at a pub, there is one place that takes centrestage—Koramangala. This neighbourhood located almost in the heart of Bangalore city is one of the most happening places and a favourite jaunt not only for youngsters, but also for all age groups. From malls to eateries to multiplexes to discotheques and pubs, you will find them all here. The hustle and bustle of the ubiquitous traffic and constant honking of vehicles are constant reminders that this boarding point is […..]

tgblog May 17 2014

Secunderabad – The Twin Brother of Hyderabad

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Both nationally as well as internationally, Hyderabad is most famous as ‘twin cities’. Yes, the other twin is called Secunderabad. It is not as historic as Hyderabad, but is home to the Hussain Sagar Lake, which practically divides Secunderabad from Hyderabad. Secunderabad is famous for its railway station – which happens to be one of the major railway stations in the city. In fact, it is quite arguable that the station is the most biggest and important in the city. The Rajiv Gandhi International Airport (RGIA) is located at a distance of 36 km from the Secunderabad railway station. Cabs […..]

tgblog May 17 2014

Hebbal

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If you are catching a flight from the Bangalore International Airport, then you will definitely have to pass through Hebbal. All the major roads that connect the airport crisscross at this important location. Also, its labyrinth of flyovers connects Bellary Road and the Outer Ring Road, thus making it a very important boarding point in North Bangalore. This junction on National Highway 7 is also popular for its lake. The cool environs and the beautiful landscape of Hebbal Lake draw a huge crowd of morning walkers, joggers, and visitors throughout the day who come for boating, bird watching or just […..]

tgblog May 15 2014

Lakdi-ka-Pul

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Literally translated into ‘Wooden Bridge’, Lakdi-ka-Pul is located at the interesting crossroads which connects Hyderabad with Secunderbad. Sites which make the city famous such as the Charminar and the Hussain Sagar Lake are extremely close to the place. Located at a distance of 31 km from the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport (RGIA), and 7 km from the major railway hub of the Secunderabad Railway Station, the area is very accessible for those who want to board buses here. The area in some literal sense is not a meal-friendly place and is more of a traffic-hub, though it cannot be described […..]