Free travel Kindle books for 01 Nov 18

101 Amazing Things to Do in India: India Travel Guide (Rajasthan Travel, Kerala Travel, Goa Travel, dElhi Travel, Rishikesh, Varanasi, Mumbai, Calcutta)

by 101 Amazing Things

Hey there! Congrats on finding the ultimate guide to India!

This India Guide is now available on paperback – So what are you waiting for?!

We think you’re hella lucky to be going to India and this guide will let you in on all of the country’s travel secrets so you can have the best possible trip in places like Kerala, Goa, Rajasthan, Mumbai, New Delhi, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir, Kolkata, Rishikesh, and more.

Why You Need 101 Amazing Things to Do in India

This India guide is here to give you the inside track on:

  • the most delicious things to eat and drink, whether that happens to be jalebis straight from the fryer or lots and lots of delicious masala chai
  • the most happening festivals, from throwing painting around at the annual Holi Festival or enjoying the festivities of the Pushkar Camel Fair
  • jaw dropping historical and cultural sights you won’t want to miss like the incredible fortresses across Rajasthan and iconic buildings like the Taj Mahal
  • outdoor adventures you won’t forget in a hurry, whether you fancy scuba diving off of Havelock Island, or you’d prefer skiing on the mountain peaks of the Indian Himalayas
  • where to shop for authentic souvenirs so that you can remember your trip to India forever
  • the best places to catch a show, some live music, and make local friends
  • and so much more awesomeness besides!

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Dubai Travel Guide

by Kristin K. Madsen

Before Make A Trip Read This Book For Better Guidance

About Dubai
With rows of skyscrapers lining the Sheikh Zayed road, multiple mega malls, and many multi-million pound offshore developments, Dubai may look like a temple to the petrodollar but, as anyone who spends more than a few days here will tell you, there’s far more to the city than that.
Dubai has an old quarter too, most of it clustered around Al Satwa, Deira and Port Rashid, which teems with life and is home to the city’s oldest building – a 17th-century British fort.
It is here that you’ll get a taste of รข??real Arabia’ in the shape of the abra boats that ply the creek and the bustling spice and gold souks that have changed little over the years. Al Satwa and nearby Al Karama are a real melting pot, home to scores of Indian and Pakistani immigrants as well as expats from Lebanon and Syria.
As a result, eating well and cheaply is easy, whether you’re in the market for the full Lebanese kebab and mezze experience or a visit to Ravi’s, an unprepossessing Indian establishment decorated with Formica tables, that has become a cult favorite with expats.
Immigrants dominate the city, with the majority of Westerners clustered in the upmarket Marina, the glamorous Palm or the almost entirely brand new Downtown Dubai.
The latter is home to one of Dubai’s most striking landmarks, the gargantuan Burj Khalifa tower, as well as the similarly enormous Dubai Mall. Set back from the sea, the area is awash with slick new hotels.
Back on Sheikh Zayed Road, not far from the airport, is the Wa Mall, an Egyptian-themed temple to shopping that is arguably Dubai’s nicest thanks to the presence of an upmarket souk beneath. Further south is Mall of the Emirates and Ibn Battuta Mall, both vast and selling everything from designer clothes to pungent Oudh (perfume).
But don’t get stuck in the shops. The city also boasts stunning beaches and (on the outskirts) spectacular desert scenery that would still be familiar to the Bedouins who once wandered this stretch of land.

You will find these content.

1.Dubai Travel Guide
2.Introducing Dubai:
3.About Dubai
4.History of Dubai
5.Some Fact which You Want To Know
6.Weather or Best Time to Visit
7.While You Are There:
8.Getting Around Dubai
9.Things to See in Dubai:
10.Tourist Offices
11.Attractions
12.Tour & Excursions:
13.Dubai Tours
14.Dubai Excursions
15.Things To Do in Dubai:
16.Embark on a desert adventure
17.Fire up the rubber
18.Hit the Greens on the World’s Most Beautiful Courses
19.Kickstart Your Senses at the Spice Souk
20.Pukka Up for a Chukka
21.Shopping In Dubai
22.Restaurants In Dubai
23.Night Life In Dubai
24.Hotels In Dubai:
25.Luxury
26.Moderate
27.Cheap
28.Currency And Money



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