Delhi is the capital city of India and the major gateway to the country. It constitutes a blend of traditional culture along with the today's world. Modern Delhi, now boasts some of the world class restaurants, bars and nightclubs.
Airport name: Indira Gandhi International Airport
IATA Code: DEL
Bangkok, the capital city of Thailand is one of the most visited cities, from unbeatable street food to the temples, world renowned floating market and a vibrant night life. It is the largest and the most developed city but manages to maintain it's historical architecture and tradition. Bangkok is a hot spot that continues to attract thousands of people from all around the world.
Airport name: Suvarnabhumi International Airport
IATA Code: BKK
Kathmandu, the capital city of Nepal has an incredibly diverse historic city with many old Hindu and Buddhist religious sites. Whether you are barreling through the traffic jammed alleyways as the medieval temples or dodging trekking vendors in the backpacker district of Thamel, Kathmandu can be intoxicating, amazing and refreshingly friendly. It is also the home to the highest mount of the world (Mount Everest).
Airport name: Tribhuvan International Airport
IATA Code: KTM
Calcutta (old name), also known as the city of joy is the second largest city in India. It has developed from a fisherman's village to become one of the largest cities. Calcutta is known to be India's intellectual, artistic and cultural capital. Home to delicious street foods, mouthwatering Bengali cuisine and desserts, it is among India’s top cities to sample delicious food.
Airport name: Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport
IATA Code: CCU
Paro is a historic town with many sacred sites and historical buildings scattered throughout the area. It is also home to the only International Airport in the country. It contains one of Bhutan's most iconic landmark, Taktsang Monastery (Tiger's nest). There are over 155 temples and monasteries in the area, some dating as far back as the 14th century.
Airport name: Paro International Airport
IATA code: PBH