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Varanasi (वाराणसी) also known as Benares or Banaras is the holiest city in India situated on the banks of the River Ganges. One of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world is filled with spiritual charms and colors, temples and shrines and is considered holy by the Hindu, Buddhists and Jains. Visiting Varanasi requires travelers to be open minded and cultural adventurous.

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Shoppers Stop

Within the Tagore Garden Extension shopping complex in New Delhi, opposite Westgate Mall and next to City Square Mall lies the 3 story tall Shoppers Stop Mall locally known as SS department store. The name is carefully chosen as the unique mall layout generate a true shoppers paradise. Right as you pass by the metal detector and security check you will find yourself in-between several cosmetic, gadgets, perfume, jewelery & accessories stores which are placed across the ground floor. The store directory and information counter for any assistance needed is located left of the escalators.

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Sightseeing and shopping in India‘s capital Delhi can get quite hot at times for both tourists and locals. In such times, when you’re in need of cooling down FREEZE Lounge, bar and cafe located at the second and third floor in the Westgate Mall is to your availability. Besides for day-time cooling down the FREEZE Lounge is also a important factor in Delhi’s bustling nightlife scene.

General information

The FREEZE Sub-Zero lounge has officially opened 14th February 2010 at the 2nd and 3rd Floor of the West Gate Mall in the Rajouri Garden, New Delhi. The first unique edition of a sub zero day and nightlife establishment in the history of India’s capital city. Your senses will be tickled upon entrance of the FREEZE Lounge, neath neon lighting a trendy tune and painted walls will cover your senses. Choose to relax in the lounge first before entering a minus 10 degree ICE bar where snacks and drinks are served in ice glasses and on frost platters, with fancy glow in the dark liquor.

In order to enter the minus 10 degree ICE bar you are required to wear a jacket with if wished matching hand gloves and hat, which are recommended to at least bring. The staff is friendly and speaks good English and of course English. The ICE bar is decorated with ICE sculptures of the statue of liberty, hearts of ice, cultural Indian arts, a swan and mirrors to make the bar seem bigger. The snacks can be non and veg and be consumed in the little lounge corner on the left hand side of the DJ booth made of ICE, centered is the ICE bar where the cocktails get made on by your personal bar tender. You are advised to drink your drinks fast, as they will FREEZE! The earlier recommendation to bring gloves has been made in order to play the tick-tac-toe game made of gigantic ice cube blocks. The most crowded nights are on Friday and Saturday but the lounge is open any day of the week.

Ticket prices
Rs1000 (€17,10 or $21,47) which includes time entrance, unlimited drinks and food.

FREEZE Lounge facilities
No smoking Smoking is prohibited inside the FREEZE Lounge.
Wheelchair accessible The FREEZE Lounge is wheelchair accessible.
Restaurant Snacks are included in your entrance fee.
WIFI Availibility The FREEZE Lounge offers FREE WIFI.

Opening Hours Mon- Sun 12 pm – 1 am

FREEZE Sub Zero Lounge
2nd and 3rd Floor West Gate Mall
Rajouri Garden, New Delhi 110027
(+91) 11 4000 6000

Taj Mahal

The Taj Mahal (ताज महल) meaning Crown Palace is one of the seven man-made world wonders located in the northern situated city Agra, India about 125 miles from Delhi. It was built on the banks of the holy Yamuna River by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in the 17th century in memory of his favorite wife, Mumtaz Mahal. The Taj as it’s locally referred to is the finest example of Mughal architecture, a style combining Persian, Indian and Islamic architecture elements. In the year 1983 UNESCO World Heritage Site named the Taj Mahal “the jewel of Muslim art in India and one of the universally admired masterpieces of the world’s heritage.” On average the Taj Mahal has 5500 visitors daily, totaling over 2 million each year.

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Mumbai (मुंबई) formerly known as Bombay is the capital of the Maharashtra state in India. It’s the most populous city in India, as well the second most populous city worldwide. As of latest measurement the city of Mumbai has a population of 14 million people. The city of Mumbai is situated on India’s west coast and was named an Alpha world city in the year 2009. Furthermore is Mumbai also the richest city in India.

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Travel Tips

Traveling through India is often compared with a trip around the world and for it’s right reasons. Each city in India has it’s own unique character, whether you prefer the hustle and bustle of India’s capital Delhi or the more laid-back ambiance of Jaipur and Pushkar in Rajasthan, the Bollywood capital Mumbai or the white sandy beaches of Goa and Kerala in the south. Although traveling through India is an incredible & safe experience, here are some travel tips to ease your trip.

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Red Light Discotheque

The Red Light Discotheque is located nearby Whitehouse (lady bar) within the Colaba district. From Leopold or Voodoo it shouldn’t be more than 20 rupees at night time. There’s no sign that says “Red Light Discotheque” there’s just a red light! downstairs at the entrance. The entrance fee on weekdays is 1000 of which you can spend 800 in drinks (200 cover charge) and 1500 in the weekends of which you can spend 1000 in drinks (500 cover charge). Once you paid the cover charge, continue upstairs as the bar is on the first floor (right hand side) During the week days it closes 1:30 and in the weekend it closes 3:00AM. Be careful what you wish for, there’s NO re-entry! The beer price is 200 rupees, King Fisher only.

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Bhagwati Internet

Searching for internet cafe’s in New Delhi can be a pain, they are either hard to find, not open or have 15 inch screen with windows 98 and internet speed & processors from stone age. Bhagwati Internet located upstairs from Bhagwatizone Drinks Corner in the center of Naiwala Koral Bagh gives a new dimension to internet cafe’s in New Delhi. As of June 2010 the air conditioned internet cafe offers 2 computers with fancy 21 inch Samsung LCD flat-screens, 2.6 GHZ processors and 1MB memory which is being offered in combination with a 3 MBPS WIFI internet connection for a decent price.

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Janjira Fort

Janjira Fort which is the local name for the fort is located half a mile of the Rajpuri Village coast in the Raigad district of Maharashtra, India. The fort is famous for being the only fort along India’s western coast which remained undefeated even after the Maratha, Dutch and English East India Company attacks. It’s one of the must visit sightseeing while in Murud or surrounding villages. It’s mainly visited by Indian tourists who are on their way from Mumbai to GOA. The fort can be easily reached from anywhere in the Murud area, the Auto Auto drive back and forth from the main Murud market, a 1,5 mile bumpy road across the coast for the price of 5 Rs. (about $0.10). towards the harbor in Rajpuri Village.

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Once capital of the former Janjira state, nowadays the photo rich fisherstown of Murud which is situated about 102 miles south of Mumbai and can be easily reached by ferry/bus combination from the Gate of India as its located on the green west coast of Maharashtra. Janjira is the Marathi corruption of the Arabic word “jazirah” meaning “island”. Although the whole city was once called Janjira, the true meaning is defined by the mighty island fortress in the sea.

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