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Silent headphone party at Laughing Buddha beachfront cottages.
Cutting edge photography and art from Indian and overseas artists.
This triple-roofed pavilion is Guìyáng's most famous landmark.
Jay Somnath Travels has buses to Bhuj (Rs. 160, six hours).
Useful train ticket office, located to the west of Jìng'ān Temple.
Welcoming, well-stocked bookshop selling postcards and music.
Food court and supermarket at Fuzhou Nanlu and Xianggang Zhonglu.
Scenic shrine that sponsors the Karatsu Kunchi Matsuri festival.
Gubeng train station is central and sells tickets for all trains.
Former guide Hamdini may be able to help arrange longhouse visits.
Popular with Rama devotees (Hanuman was Rama's monkey servant).
A fashion-heavy mall topped with the glamorous Hatten Hotel.
Atmospheric alley dotted with traditional restaurants and bars.
The grandiose sultan’s palace is set on vast grounds of cow grass.
A beer-based restaurant with Myanmar and ABC beers on tap.
The venue used for the cycling events during the 1988 Olympics.
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