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Hunt For Handicrafts & Artworks At These 8 Global Destinations With Your Love

Hunt For Handicrafts  & Artworks At These 8 Global Destinations With Your Love

Your honeymoon can never get more exciting than this! If you and your beloved love handicrafts and rich artworks, then head to these 8 destinations across the world for some of the best works whipped by artisans. Read the reviews shared by HolidayIQ reviewers. 

1. Munnar: For its potpourri of local handicrafts

Munnar:  For its potpourri of local handicrafts
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Jaison Netto adds, “One of the best places to shop for handicrafts. I would recommend this place over Mattupetty Dam. You can spend at least half an hour here as there are a lot of shops with handicrafts and other items for shopping. There is horse riding facility available here. Read Full Review

2. Bali: For its arts & culture center

Bali: For its arts & culture center
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Gita Madhu adds, “We reached one of the best tourist shopping in Bali. It was a beautiful location. The hilly lanes house many little shops where you can pick up the best of Bali for sale. It is also one of Bali's major arts and culture centers. There is a palace of Tjokorda Gede Agung Sukawati, last king of Ubud, now occupied by his descendants. Dance performances are held in the courtyard. ” Read Full Review

3. Shimla: For its unique wooden handicrafts

Shimla: For its unique wooden handicrafts
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Debayan Bhowmik shares, “We went to the very famous Lakkar bazaar. No plastics are allowed here. Since Shimla is full of pine and deodar trees you can find loads of wooden artifacts here. So if you are planning to buy souvenirs from this place then wooden handicrafts are the best bet. The mall is one of the main attractions of Shimla. It is a great place to hang outRead Full Review

4. Calangute: For its Tibetan market and Buddha statues

Calangute: For its Tibetan market and Buddha statues
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Rizwanuddin Rafiq says, “Calangute Beach is situated at a distance of about four and a half kilometer from Candolim Beach. It's a major tourist spot having a lot of restaurants, and hotels including Calangute Residency a significant address as it is unit of Goa Tourism Development Corporation. It is also having a complex where arts and art exhibits are present. Saturday special market provides an opportunity for shopping of various items. Tourists can purchase various silver works from the Tibetan market., Gems and wooden statues of Buddha and many other handicrafts items are also available here.Read Full Review

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5. Jodhpur: For its Marwar paintings and armory

Jodhpur: For its Marwar paintings and armory
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Arun Gupta adds, “Mehrangarh Fort is a nice decent fort to visit. It gives a wide view of Jodhpur culture and tradition. There are also a couple of shops if you want to do shopping. "Jooti" (shoes) is quite famous in Jodhpur and is known as one of the best-handcrafted item available here. You can get one at a reasonable price with hand made quality. ” Read Full Review

HolidayIQ Reviewer Rajan Shah shares, “I basically love and like to visit historical places like palaces, havelis, and forts! Mehrangarh Fort is one such masterpiece that all history and art lovers must visit.The fort also houses a museum which has an excellent collection of artifacts. Daulat Khana displays one of the most important and best-preserved collections of fine and applied arts of the Mughal period of Indian history.” Read Full Review

6. Shillong: For its tribal culture and local handcrafts

Shillong: For its tribal culture and local handcrafts
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Arunav Singh says, “The Don Bosco Museum is one of the best museums I have visited so far. There are seven floors in this museum and each floor has a separate topic to cover and showcase for all the visitors. You get a view of culture, religion, weaponry, tribal distribution, tribal diversity, handicrafts, housing patterns etc.Read Full Review

HolidayIQ Reviewer Sumanta Dawn shares, “Be aware of the heavy traffic and leave early. If you are a fan of English Football and handicrafts, never miss the local shops.” Read Full Review

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