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6 Stunning Roads That Connect India To International Destinations

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Watch these roads and you'll kick start your motorcycle right away. HolidayIQ Travellers suggest your plan a road trip right away.

6 Stunning Roads That Connect India To International Destinations:

  1. Siliguri (West Bengal)
  2. Adam\'s Bridge, Rameshwaram (Tamil Nadu)
  3. Kolkata (West Bengal)
  4. New Delhi (Delhi)
  5. Moreh, Chandel (Manipur)

1. Siliguri To Thimpu

Siliguri To Thimpu
source: vagabundomagazine.com

Bhutan has the highest level of “Gross Happiness” in the world. This is the second reason to visit Bhutan after the beauty of the road one should see. One of the most beautiful roads and dangerous roads in the world, this one should definitely be on your bucket list. HolidayIQ Traveller Sudipto Bose shares, “The experience by car was average and the road was very good. But the car which we hired from Jaigaon Tour and Travels it’s condition was bad. Do not go with tour operators from India to Bhutan border as they all are fraud. Arrange your tour yourselves. Road condition was good and food/ dhabas were available.”

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2. India To Sri Lanka via Rameshwaram

India To Sri Lanka via Rameshwaram
source: Wikimedia

No, this one’s not ready yet. Although, it’ll be ready soon as said by the current Union Minister for road and transport, India. Unless, of course, you want to walk and swim on the Ram Setu. HolidayIQ Traveller Kartick Rao says, “This is the bridge built by Lord Ram to reach Lanka. This is the end point from where Sri Lanka is around 20-25 km away, and the view is spectacular with sandbanks on all sides.”

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3. Kolkata To Bangladesh

Kolkata To Bangladesh
source: thehindu.com

Transport between India and Bangladesh bears much historical and political significance for both countries, which possessed no ground transport links for 43 years, starting with the partition of Bengal and India in 1947. The Kolkata–DhakaBus (1999) and the Dhaka–Agartala Bus (2001) are the primary road links between the two countries; a direct Kolkata-Agartala running through Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh is being developed by both countries.

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4. Delhi To Lahore

Delhi To Lahore
source: India.com

You can take a bus to Lahore from New Delhi instead of taking your own. It’s a twisty-turny journey that will leave you exhilarated by the beauty of it. Don’t miss the evening parade at Wagah Border; highly recommended by HolidayIQ travellers. HolidayIQ traveller Mr Munish Kumar from Delhi shares, “It's altogether different and experience was good. There were crowd all around but to catch those glimpses and parade by Indo-Pak border is unique. The sunset flag down and parade is good enough which also prorogued a feeling of patriotism.”

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5. Ledo Road - From India To Burma At 3,500 Feet

Ledo Road - From India To Burma At 3,500 Feet
source: forbes.com

The Ledo Road (was built during World War II so that the Western Allies could supply the Chinese as an alternative to the Burma Road which had been cut by the Japanese in 1942.

6. New Delhi To Kathmandu

New Delhi To Kathmandu
source: tangledjourneys.com

This road is nothing but a gunny sack full of hair-pin turns over the Himalayan mountains and gorgeous landscapes throughout. Every turn is a sightseeing spot. The friendliest cross-border road one can ever ride on.

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