Best Season: The southern and western areas have their monsoon season from May to September and the northern and eastern parts experience monsoons from October to Jan. So it’s important to know when to visit which part of the country, especially if you don’t want a rain soaked wedding.
USP: Sri Lanka, the tropical teardrop island at the toe of India, is one of the most exotic and beautiful islands in the world.With its mystical ancient cities, thick jungles, miles of palm-fringed beaches, unique culture and genuinely warm and hospitable people, this unforgettable destination is the perfect location to seal your love.If you want to stay on and explore this lush island, extend your trip to include a dream Sri Lanka honeymoon.The island nation offers diverse wedding venues – from beaches to private islands, exotic temples, beautiful nature walks, unique heritage and top luxury hotels and resorts for that destination wedding with a difference.
Food: Sri Lankan cuisine is influenced by various colonial influences and characterized by fragrant spices, rice and coconuts. Being an island country, fish is an important component. Rice and curry is the staple. There are various permutations and combinations of curries that will definitely leave you asking for more. Sri Lankan street food is called “Kottu” and comes in a variety of lip-smacking flavors.
Flight Connectivity: Sri Lanka Tourism together with the Sri Lankan Airlines and Mihin Lanka provides the online booking of flights to Sri Lanka for convenience of the travelers.
Best Season: December to May is the official "hot/dry" season, the rainy/green season lasts from June to November which is the most suitable.
USP: From lavish resorts on white sand beaches to luxurious hotels it is the perfect wedding getaway. With its proximity to Kolkata and Chennai and its reasonable hotel rates. With the Andaman Sea to the west and the Gulf of Thailand to the east, Thailand has hundreds of beautiful beach wedding venues that cater to Indian wedding style. Some popular destinations besides Bangkok are Krabi, Hua Hin and Phuket, Rayong, Pattaya and KohSamui. Most of the wedding worthy hotels in Thailand serve Indian food on request. Decor and flowers in Thailand is much cheaper than that available in India at the same scale.
Food: Thai cuisine is well known for its spiciness, with Som Tam (a spicy papaya salad) being a famous example. In fact, however, the secret to Thai food is a balance of five flavors: sour, sweet, salty, bitter, and spicy. Some Thai dishes have a careful blend of all these tantalizing tastes. Others are served with something to help deal with the overpowering spiciness.As well as many herbs and spices used in Thai food, fish sauce is often used in a similar way salt is, as it mellows the taste.
Flight Connectivity: The major international airports in Thailand are the Phuket International Airport and the Bangkok International Airport, both of which are served well by the intercontinental flights.
Italian food centres around butter, meat, potatoes, pork, Parmigiano and other types of cheeses, while southern cooking is more focused on olive oil, tomatoes, eggplant, capers and fresh fish. Some key Ligurian ingredients include fish and seafood, basil (as featured in the popular pesto alla Genovese), prosciutto, sausage, salami, and truffles. Cheese and wine are a major part of the cuisine, as is coffee, particularly espresso.