by Raj Khandwalla
 Raj Khandwalla, a cardiologist, practices at
Cedars-Sinai Medical Group. When he is not
working, he pursues several hobb...
 India, the seventh-largest country in the world,
has much to offer travelers. It is the ideal
destination for tourists w...
 Goa, India’s smallest state, is another popular
destination for tourists in India, and is known
for its beautiful sunset...
 Travelers looking for rich cultural experiences
can visit Udaipur and Jaipur. The latter is
commonly called the Pink Cit...
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Popular Travel Destinations in India

Raj Khandwalla, a cardiologist, practices at Cedars-Sinai Medical Group. When he is not working, he pursues several hobbies, including running, skiing, and traveling. Raj Khandwalla has visited Africa, Southeast Asia, South America, and India, among other destinations.
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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Transcripts - Popular Travel Destinations in India

  • 1. by Raj Khandwalla
  • 2.  Raj Khandwalla, a cardiologist, practices at Cedars-Sinai Medical Group. When he is not working, he pursues several hobbies, including running, skiing, and traveling. Raj Khandwalla has visited Africa, Southeast Asia, South America, and India, among other destinations.
  • 3.  India, the seventh-largest country in the world, has much to offer travelers. It is the ideal destination for tourists who are looking to experience a variety of cultures, breathtaking landscapes, exotic cities, and ancient ruins. The Kerala backwaters are among India’s most popular destinations. These interlinked brackish lakes and lagoons are located along India's Malabar Coast, which borders the Arabian Sea. While visiting the backwaters, tourists can take houseboat tours and view the area’s unique aquatic life.
  • 4.  Goa, India’s smallest state, is another popular destination for tourists in India, and is known for its beautiful sunsets, coconut palms, and sandy beaches. Also located on the Arabian Sea, this destination offers wind surfing, parasailing, an ancestral museum, and several waterfalls in the area. It has hosted over 3 million tourists.
  • 5.  Travelers looking for rich cultural experiences can visit Udaipur and Jaipur. The latter is commonly called the Pink City because of its unique reddish-pink stone buildings. The two cities offer unique insights into the area’s artistic and cultural traditions. One popular attraction is the Lake Palace, located in Udaipur’s Lake Pichola. Originally built in the 18th century as a summer palace for the royal family, the Lake Palace is now a luxury hotel. It rose to fame when it was featured in a James Bond film in the 1980s.

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