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Busan was probably one of my favorite places on my trip to Korea. It is an amazing city with so much to do. There are amazingly gorgeous beaches, casinos, nightlife, cityscapes, everyday things to do and is not so far from the cultural Gyeongju.
This place is a perfect break from Seoul and yet with a lot to do.
So much to eat here. This places is a mecca for shopping and food. Downtown Pyeongtaek has some of the best food. There was a club that had amazing beers and a Korean BBQ that was very traditional. If you want to eat well and shop for gifts, this is a great place to go.
Seoul is HUGE. There is some much to do in the Seoul region. There is night life, eating, eating, and more eating. Then there is the night life. Seems like Koreans like to eat and drink. Especially in Seoul.
I am not a party goer, there are definitely other things to do in Seoul. There is a lot of shopping. Especially if you are an electronics junky. Korea is the second largest consumer of electronics, and Seoul caters to that.
There are PLENTY of museums, a great way to learn about the Korean war. There are nice gardens.
In the week I was in Seoul I could not come close to accomplishing everything there is to do while there, which is why I recommend Seoul for anyone.
One of the most beautiful places on earth. It is filled with lush green scenery and snow capped mountains. The drive from Srinagar to Gulmarg is about 2 1/2 hours long. The scenery on the drive is also stunny as you climb up forest rich mountains and enjoy the amazing view of nature.
When you get to Gulmarg every visitor must take a slow moving gondola ride up the mountain to view the serene mountains. The trip is a must for all to see.
Katra is a spirtual town about an hour to an hour bus ride from Jammu City. The main attraction here is the Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine at the top of Trikuta Mountains. The hike to the top is 15 km and a long trek. My travel mate and I did in about 5 hours.
Katra does not offer much more than that in this town, other than some nice places to stay.
One of my favorite places in the world. It is hands down a great place to relax and the people I meet here are amazingly friendly. The hardest part is getting past the Western stigma about this place.
Srinagar is not easy to get to. Most people take the long bus or jeep rides through the mountains to get here. Flight is also another option, if you dont mind the constant security checks.
There is a lot to see in Srinigar, like Dal Lake, and the many gardens, as well as lot of other towns and places to visit around, including Gulmarg.
If you can get past the stigma of how dangerous the area is, then I would recommend Srinagar. It is actually a very safe and friendly place.
New Delhi is a fast and crowded City. It can be a great place and it can be a horrible place. Once you get past all the traffic, smog and crowds New Delhi has a lot of culture to offer.
There are bazaars to explore, wondrous works of architectural art to see, and lots of exploring to be had.
If you are city person you will love New Delhi. If you are country side person like myself you may want to get out of New Delhi Fast.
Rishikesh is probably one of my favorite places in the world. It is a great place to just sit back and relax.
It is a city of temples and yoga. This city is not for a party person, as it a strictly vegetarian city as well as having a ban on alcohol.
There are other things to do here, like trek the Himalayan mountians, river rafting the Ganga River, practice yoga at "birthplace" of yoga, stay at the many ashrams, rock climb or just relax and watch the people.
Rishikesh is a perfectly place to just stay and wind down.