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Travelling by bus to Hyderabad from Anantapur!!


Blog posted on 22-02-2019

The road distance from Hyderabad to Anantapur is estimated to be 356kms and takes around eight hours to complete the journey by bus. I opted for an AC sleeper bus, as they are secure for lengthy night visiting. Additionally, Hyderabad is connected well by using roadways; buses most commonly link many of the places frequented via vacationers. Anantapur being one of the favoured places in Andhra Pradesh is effortlessly accessed through bus from Hyderabad. I booked online bus tickets at https://www.redbus.in/bus-tickets/ananthapur-to-hyderabad.aspx and all my travel woes were reduced. There are a decent number of bus companies offering services between the two cities and creating enough amount of travel convenience for many commuters.





On the other hand, Anantapur is placed in the westernmost part of the southern state of Andhra Pradesh. This location is believed to be very renowned among vacationers given that the whole district of Anantapur is famous for its silk enterprise and holds fairly a combination of historical yore.





I boarded the bus from Anantapur pick up point at 2pm and reached Hyderabad at 11pm. The bus travel was for almost 8 hours where they gave rest stops too. I was travelling in an AC semi sleeper bus that was comfortable and the staff in the bus ensured that all its passengers were travelling in ease.



 



At a separation of 149 km from Kurnool, 168 km from Kadapa, 361 km from Hyderabad, 475 km from Vijayawada and 215 km Bangalore, Anantapur is a city and the central station of the Anantapur locale in Andhra Pradesh. This is the most significant area in the state limited on the north by Kurnool, on the east by Kadapa and Chittoor and the south and west by the Karnataka State. This is likewise one of the favourite Andhra Pradesh vacationer places.



 



This district is additionally known by the name of Anantapuram and was before known as Anantasagaram, which implies an eternal sea. The towns of Anantasagaram and Bukkarayasamudram were built by Chilkkavodeya, the priest of Bukka-I, a Vijayanagar ruler. Amid the Vijaynagar time frame, Anantapur was an immediate focus and prevalently known as Hande Anantapuram. Anantapur and several different spots were talented by the Vijayanagar rulers to Hanumappa Naidu of the Hande family. Penukonda in Anantapur area was the capital was Vijayanagaras after the fall of Hampi. The place accordingly went under Qutub Shahis, Mughals, and the Nawabs of Kadapa, although the Hande boss kept on a decision as their subordinates. Later it came into the ownership of Hyder Ali and Tipu Sultan.



 



Hyderabad being one of the popular travel destinations in Southern India, I always wanted to visit this place. My bus travel experience was a pleasant one!





I waiting to explore the Charminar, Golconda Fort, Mecca Masjid, The Salar Jung Museum, Quli Qutub Shahi Tombs and many others. I also waited to sample the Mughal and Persian style of cuisine.



 



As I reached the bus stop, I found my friend waiting for me. Overall, it was a great experience of traversing to Hyderabad by a bus!





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Travelling by bus to Hyderabad from Anantapur!!


Blog posted on 22-02-2019

The road distance from Hyderabad to Anantapur is estimated to be 356kms and takes around eight hours to complete the journey by bus. I opted for an AC sleeper bus, as they are secure for lengthy night visiting. Additionally, Hyderabad is connected well by using roadways; buses most commonly link many of the places frequented via vacationers. Anantapur being one of the favoured places in Andhra Pradesh is effortlessly accessed through bus from Hyderabad. I booked online bus tickets at https://www.redbus.in/bus-tickets/ananthapur-to-hyderabad.aspx and all my travel woes were reduced. There are a decent number of bus companies offering services between the two cities and creating enough amount of travel convenience for many commuters.





On the other hand, Anantapur is placed in the westernmost part of the southern state of Andhra Pradesh. This location is believed to be very renowned among vacationers given that the whole district of Anantapur is famous for its silk enterprise and holds fairly a combination of historical yore.





I boarded the bus from Anantapur pick up point at 2pm and reached Hyderabad at 11pm. The bus travel was for almost 8 hours where they gave rest stops too. I was travelling in an AC semi sleeper bus that was comfortable and the staff in the bus ensured that all its passengers were travelling in ease.



 



At a separation of 149 km from Kurnool, 168 km from Kadapa, 361 km from Hyderabad, 475 km from Vijayawada and 215 km Bangalore, Anantapur is a city and the central station of the Anantapur locale in Andhra Pradesh. This is the most significant area in the state limited on the north by Kurnool, on the east by Kadapa and Chittoor and the south and west by the Karnataka State. This is likewise one of the favourite Andhra Pradesh vacationer places.



 



This district is additionally known by the name of Anantapuram and was before known as Anantasagaram, which implies an eternal sea. The towns of Anantasagaram and Bukkarayasamudram were built by Chilkkavodeya, the priest of Bukka-I, a Vijayanagar ruler. Amid the Vijaynagar time frame, Anantapur was an immediate focus and prevalently known as Hande Anantapuram. Anantapur and several different spots were talented by the Vijayanagar rulers to Hanumappa Naidu of the Hande family. Penukonda in Anantapur area was the capital was Vijayanagaras after the fall of Hampi. The place accordingly went under Qutub Shahis, Mughals, and the Nawabs of Kadapa, although the Hande boss kept on a decision as their subordinates. Later it came into the ownership of Hyder Ali and Tipu Sultan.



 



Hyderabad being one of the popular travel destinations in Southern India, I always wanted to visit this place. My bus travel experience was a pleasant one!





I waiting to explore the Charminar, Golconda Fort, Mecca Masjid, The Salar Jung Museum, Quli Qutub Shahi Tombs and many others. I also waited to sample the Mughal and Persian style of cuisine.



 



As I reached the bus stop, I found my friend waiting for me. Overall, it was a great experience of traversing to Hyderabad by a bus!





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Travel from Hyderabad to Madanapalli by bus


Blog posted on 20-02-2019

The road distance of 540kms from Hyderabad to Madanapalli is covered in 11 hours by a bus. I decided to visit Madanapalli by bus, as this is one of the cost effective ways of travelling. I quickly booked online bus tickets from redbus and chose to journey on a multi axle Ac semi sleeper bus.



The bus reservation portal lowered by hassles largely. It allowed me to select my seat next to the window via online and bus type too. Furthermore, they guarantee the strict principles of travel help, agreeable support of its travellers. The bus came with clean and comfortable interiors, and the staff was polite too. They provided water bottles and there was a TV installed in the bus that played songs or movies. I boarded the bus from Miyapur at 8:30pm and reached Madanapalli at 5:30am the next day. The travel went on for 10 hours with some rest stops given by the bus transport was an enduring experience. The bus passed through varied territories, lush greenery and long stretched of highways.



Madanapalli is a small town poised in Chittor district of the southern state of Andhra Pradesh. Apart from its interesting folklore, this town is emerging as an important centre for agricultural practices. I was visiting Madanapalli just to view one of its popular tourist destination known as the Horsley Hills. My whole idea of spending a 2 days trip to this place from Hyderabad was to fulfil my shopping desires and see the hill stations. I have heard that Madanapalli is famous for its high quality of silk. There are quite a few interesting stories regarding the origin of this place. During ancient times the town had an altogether different name. It was only during the end of the 19th century that people started referring to it as Madanapalli. It is said that this place has one of the highest revenue divisions of the country and it is so high that it can cover almost one half of the entire Chittor district. The town is not known to a lot of tourists but is now seeing steady growth in the number of tourists visiting every year. It is quite well known in the country for serving as the centre for agricultural activities and growing good quality vegetables and fruits. It is one of the most preferred places for cultivation of tomato and is also known to serve it as a delicacy. When you are in Madanapalli make sure to visit Horsley hills which serves as the go to summer destination for the locals here!! The town has a historical significance since it is believed that the Indian National Anthem was translated from Bengali to English here!!



The good connectivity by road enables many commuters to travel to Madanapalli without facing any hiccups. Travelling from Hyderabad to Madanapalli by bus is one of the preferred choice of many folks. There are several reasons to visit Madanapalli, as this city portrays a wide array of attractions.





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A bus journey to the Top Veg Restaurants in Singapore


Blog posted on 20-02-2019

The days of being served up an uninspiring dish and a plate of mushrooms after you ask for something vegetarian are long gone. Whether or not your reasons for seeking out something vegetarian, organic or any combination of these are for health, within the interests of animal welfare or out of concern for the atmosphere, there are many choices here in Singapore.



Travel within Singapore quite comfortably with the help of express buses that will drop you off at the major points in the city. Book these express bus tickets online from www.redbus.sg for added convenience.



Singapore will never let you run out of options. You ask for it and Singapore has it.



Here are some of the best vegetarian restaurants in Singapore:



Original Sins



The enduring quality of this Mediterranean feeder edifice in Chip Bee Gardens may be a marvel in fickle Singapore, wherever such a lot of restaurants open and shut during a blink.



In the same manner that South Indian feeder food is downright satisfying, Marisa’s feeder interpretation of Mediterranean food is sensible enough that non vegetarians may not even notice the absence of fish or meat on the menu.



Start with the mezze platter, concentrated with preserved tomato ciabatta bread, dish balls and 4 contemporary and light-weight dips: tzatziki, chickpea spread, pumpkin and carrot, and eggplant babaganoush or another perennial favorite, the sacred mushroom.



For mains you can have the bosco mista, a yummy burger made up of spinach, feta and bean curd coated with crushed almonds and benne seeds and topped with mushrooms and fine asparagus with tart sauce. It’s delicious and complete value for money!!



Central Park



Singapore’s one and solely skilled cook trained in raw vegetarian food, Sandra Lee, heads up to central park, a reasonably new eating place at NUS Dover’s UTown field. Her menu of raw vegetarian and vegetarian food (raw that means unheated, or cooked below 40ºC) is delicious, and worth the money. Go for the steamed mushroom curd served with a truffle-infused mushroom and vegetable gravy on prime of the fragile silk-like tofu or attempt a seafood flannel cake wrap ($9) stuffed & filled with salmon, dory, prawns and salty cheese. Central Park opens your eyes to the variability and depth of flavors. Focal Perk is exceptional in Singapore including the conspicuous coffeehouse bistro in FRIENDS where the posse hangs out, with original props, for example, the orange couch, green seat, neon billboards and block dividers. The underlying thought of opening a Friends subject bistro was begun by six men. The venture was put through crowdfunding to accumulate bolster in the opening of the bistro. Inside multi-week, gifts were pouring in and the likelihood of a genuine FRIENDS Cafe turned into the discussion of town. It can accommodate around 80 to 100 people. All around the bistro, you see reproductions of props from the TV appearance. If you have grown up watching this particular TV show and also happen to be a foodie at the same time then make sure to visit this place when in Singapore!!





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A bus journey


Blog posted on 20-02-2019

A bus journey to the Top Veg Restaurants in Singapore



 



The days of being served up an uninspiring dish and a plate of mushrooms after you ask for something vegetarian are long gone. Whether or not your reasons for seeking out something vegetarian, organic or any combination of these are for health, within the interests of animal welfare or out of concern for the atmosphere, there are many choices here in Singapore.



Travel within Singapore quite comfortably with the help of express buses that will drop you off at the major points in the city. Book these express bus tickets online from www.redbus.sg for added convenience.



Singapore will never let you run out of options. You ask for it and Singapore has it.



Here are some of the best vegetarian restaurants in Singapore:



Original Sins



The enduring quality of this Mediterranean feeder edifice in Chip Bee Gardens may be a marvel in fickle Singapore, wherever such a lot of restaurants open and shut during a blink.



In the same manner that South Indian feeder food is downright satisfying, Marisa’s feeder interpretation of Mediterranean food is sensible enough that non vegetarians may not even notice the absence of fish or meat on the menu.



Start with the mezze platter, concentrated with preserved tomato ciabatta bread, dish balls and 4 contemporary and light-weight dips: tzatziki, chickpea spread, pumpkin and carrot, and eggplant babaganoush or another perennial favorite, the sacred mushroom.



For mains you can have the bosco mista, a yummy burger made up of spinach, feta and bean curd coated with crushed almonds and benne seeds and topped with mushrooms and fine asparagus with tart sauce. It’s delicious and complete value for money!!



Central Park



Singapore’s one and solely skilled cook trained in raw vegetarian food, Sandra Lee, heads up to central park, a reasonably new eating place at NUS Dover’s UTown field. Her menu of raw vegetarian and vegetarian food (raw that means unheated, or cooked below 40ºC) is delicious, and worth the money. Go for the steamed mushroom curd served with a truffle-infused mushroom and vegetable gravy on prime of the fragile silk-like tofu or attempt a seafood flannel cake wrap ($9) stuffed & filled with salmon, dory, prawns and salty cheese. Central Park opens your eyes to the variability and depth of flavors. Focal Perk is exceptional in Singapore including the conspicuous coffeehouse bistro in FRIENDS where the posse hangs out, with original props, for example, the orange couch, green seat, neon billboards and block dividers. The underlying thought of opening a Friends subject bistro was begun by six men. The venture was put through crowdfunding to accumulate bolster in the opening of the bistro. Inside multi-week, gifts were pouring in and the likelihood of a genuine FRIENDS Cafe turned into the discussion of town. It can accommodate around 80 to 100 people. All around the bistro, you see reproductions of props from the TV appearance. If you have grown up watching this particular TV show and also happen to be a foodie at the same time then make sure to visit this place when in Singapore!!





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