Best Places To Visit In February To Experience All The Shades Of Winter!

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January will end as soon as it started and we will move further into the year. If you don't want to be left with just office work to show for the year, then get out of your cozy home and travel! Make February and the rest of the coming year a tad more exciting by planning trips to some of the most amazing destinations! Club in the long weekends or just take time off work!

Here is a list of the best places to visit in India in February, and it's custom-designed for those looking to travel specifically in the coming month.

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Photo of Coorg, Karnataka, India by Pritha Puri

When the Scots were in India, they noticed uncanny similarities between Coorg and Scotland – both were pleasant, misty and surrounded by a never-ending mountainous landscape. That's when they decided to plan this town exactly like their home. Coorg is climbing the charts of popularity as a tourist destination, and people from all over come here to relax and relive the era of the British Raj. It tops the list as one of the best places to visit in India in February. The weather during this month will be cool with temperatures remaining around 20°C in the morning and 8 to 10°C at night.

Top things to see and do: Visit Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary; take a trip down history at Madikeri Fort; go for a spice plantation visit; spend a day at Nisargadhama waterfalls; go camping at Kote Betta.

How to get there: The Mangalore Airport is 160km away and also the nearest to Coorg. It is well-connected by both rail and road.

Where to stay: For a true, local experience, head to Chetty's Homestay and if you're looking for a luxurious family vacation, The Tamara Coorg is a great option.

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Photo of Ooty, Tamil Nadu, India by Pritha Puri

Did you know that Ooty is only a nickname? The place was named Ootacamund by Britishers, but later when people found it too long to pronounce, they nicknamed it Ooty! The queen of the Nilgiris is charming beyond belief, owning to its pleasant climate and sweeping views of lush green plains. The temperature in February will range from 15℃ in the morning to 5℃ at night.

Top things to see and do: Go boating in Ooty Lake; get on board the toy train in Nilgiri Railways; spend some time at the botanical gardens; history buffs head to Stone House; trek to Doddabetta Peak.

How to get there: The nearest airport is the Coimbatore Airport, 88km away, while the closest railway station is in Mettupalyam, 40km away from Ooty. This destination is well-connected by roads as well.

Where to stay: Get immersed in the true Ooty experience at Zostel Ooty, or opt for a more luxurious stay at Leopard Rock Wilderness Resort.

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Photo of Mahabaleshwar, Maharashtra, India by Pritha Puri

Mahabaleshwar is an iconic hill station on Maharashtra's Panchgani Plateau, which is the second largest plateau in Asia after Tibet. India's very own volcanic plateau remains green throughout the year. The magnanimous rocky formations and hills make it a magnet for tourists and also one of the best places to visit in February in India. The weather during this month stays at an average 20℃ throughout the day and dips a little at night.

Top things to see and do: Visit the strawberry farms; eat and shop at Mapro Food Gardens; try boating at Venna Lake; go trekking; visit Panchgani

How to get there: The best way to reach Mahabaleshwar is by train. The nearest railway station in Wathar is 60km away.

Where to stay: Unwind at Bella Vista Resort. If you're looking for a budget option, then Nirvana Inn is a great place.

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Photo of Lachung - Lachen - Gurudongmar lake, Indira Bypass Road, Sungava, Gangtok, Sikkim, India by Pritha Puri

Lachen is typically a rugged, cold mountain town that was hidden from the sight of tourists until Gurudongmar Lake was discovered. Lachen and Lachung are small districts of Sikkim where the indigenous tribe of Lepchas stay. They have their own rules and regulations called Dzumsa. One of the best places to visit in February in India, Lachen is best for those who like to explore the unexplored and do not mind extreme winters. In February it will be quite cold with temperatures ranging from 1°C in the morning to -10°C at night.

Top things to see and do: Visit the Lachung monastery; try living with the Lepchas in their traditional homes; pay your reverence at Gurudwara Nanak Lama; trek to Yume Samdong.

How to get here: The nearest airport is in Guwahati. From the airport you can take a taxi or a bus to reach your destination. The nearest railway station is the Darjeeling railway station, which is 171km away from Sikkim.

Where to stay: Apple Valley Inn and Olympus Inn are great options for luxury and budget travellers respectively.

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Photo of Kaziranga National Park, Kanchanjuri, Assam, India by Pritha Puri

The Indian Rhinoceros are almost close to extinction, and the only place where you can see them freely in their own habitat is at the Kaziranga National Park in Assam. The park is open for tourists from November to April. A haven for wildlife photographers, you will also be able to spot many species of wildlife and a variety of birds, here. All wildlife enthusiasts should be heading to this place considered as one of the ideal places to visit in India in February. The temperature in the month will vary from 25°C to 5°C.

Top things to see and do: Relish the vision of unique birds and animals; spend a night in the wild; escape to the enchanting island of Majuli; admire the architecture in Sibsagar; go on a tour of a tea estate.

How to get here: The best way to reach the Kaziranga National Park is by air. Fly to Guwahati and then hire a taxi to the national park. The nearest rail-head is in Helem, which is 30km away.

Where to stay: Head to Nature Hunt Eco Camp for a rustic experience or head to Infinity Resort Kaziranga for a more luxurious experience.

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Photo of Taj Mahal, Dharmapuri, Tajganj, Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India by Pritha Puri

Agra houses India's very own wonder of the world, and gives the world a chance to celebrate this architectural marvel at a festival called The Taj Mahotsav. The mahotsav is a colourful festival, where different cultures of the country are put on display, including their art and cuisine. The Taj Mahotsav is usually celebrated towards the end of February. Plan your travel in February well so that you do not miss out on this. In February, the weather will be very pleasant with the maximum temperature rising to 25°C and the minimum going down till 10°C.

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Top things to see and do: Visit the Agra Fort; spend some time at the Tomb of Itmad-ud-Daula; get a glimpse into history at the Taj museum; and of course visit the Jama Masjid.

How to get here: The best way to reach Agra is by taking a train directly to the city. The nearest airport is in New Delhi and you can hire a vehicle from there to get to Agra. The Yamuna Expressway, which connects Delhi to Agra is one of the best highways in the country.

Where to stay: Live like the royals at The Oberoi Amarvilas Agra. If you're looking for a budget accommodation which is more personalised, then head to The Coral Tree Homestay.

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Photo of Konark, Odisha, India by Pritha Puri

Travel to Odisha this February to unravel the mysteries behind the great Sun Temple, also known as the Konark Temple. Did you know that there was a statue in the main chamber that used to be suspended in air? For years nobody understood that the reason behind this was the magnetic field that emanated from all four corners. The Sun Temple is constructed in the shape of a chariot wheel, and continues to be a structural marvel in India. February is the best time to visit the Konark Temple, when you can also participate in the Konark Dance Festival, which will take place from February 19 to 23. It will showcase the rich heritage and history of the temple since its inception. The temperature in February will be 25°C to 31.4°C.

Top things to see and do: Take a tour of the Konark Sun Temple; witness the Konark Dance Festival; make a trip to the nearby Balukhand-Konark Wildlife Sanctuary; spend some time lazing around at Ramachandi Beach.

How to get here: The closest airport is 64km away, in Bhubaneswar. The nearest railway station is in Puri about 31km away. Konark is well connected by road to all major cities and towns.

Where to stay: If you're looking for a serene, undisturbed experience, then Lotus Resort is a great option. For budget travellers, Labanya Lodge is a great option.

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Photo of Kutch, Gujarat, India by Pritha Puri

During the month of February, you will find that all travellers and cultural enthusiasts rush to the Rann Of Kutch to be present for the mighty Rann Utsav. The Rann Utsav is an annual festival in Kutch where musicians, dancers and artisans come together for over two months to showcase their artefacts. The festival ends on February 20. There are great performances by local artists and you can experience all of this under the moonlight falling on the salty marsh, making it look like shining stardust. Kutch also has a Wild Ass Sanctuary that you can visit with your family. Don't forget to buy carved wooden items, which make for great souvenirs. It is fairly cool during the month of February in Kutch, making it one of the best places to visit in India in February. The temperature ranges from 12°C to 25°C.

Top things to see and do: Witness the Rann Utsav; visit the Wild Ass Sanctuary in Little Kutch; walk on the beach in Mandvi; witness the archaeology at Dholavira

How to get here: The closest airport and railway station is in Bhuj (76km). There are daily flights from Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Chennai, and Raipur. The railway station is also well connected to most major cities. By road is a good way to get to Kutch especially using the state transport buses, which ply regularly from several cities in Gujarat.

Where to stay: Click Hotel in Bhuj is a great option for those travelling on a budget. If you're looking for a rustic experience, Kutir Craft Village Resort in Dhordo is a great option.

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Photo of Kala Ghoda, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India by Pritha Puri

There's more to Mumbai than traffic and skyscrapers. Proof is the Kala Ghoda, a truly unique festival where some of the best artist put their installations on display. You will find the quirkiest of people during this festival, and they will inspire you to create something extraordinary. "Out of the box" is still an understatement about Kala Ghoda, and if you plan to travel to Maharashtra, then there is no way you should miss attending this festival. Kala Ghoda starts on February 4 and goes on till February 12. This surely tops my list of favourite places to visit in India in February! The weather in Mumbai at this time is absolutely amazing, with the temperature ranging from 20.5 °C to 32 °C.

Top things to see and do: Visit the Gateway of India and the Elephanta Caves; go for a walk on Marine Drive; catch a life play at Prithvi Theatre; shop at Chor Bazaar; go for a heritage walk at the dockyard; visit Sanjay Gandhi National park for a taste of the wild.

How to reach: The best way to reach Mumbai is by taking a direct flight. You can also take a train till the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus railway station in the city. Mumbai is well connected to the rest of the country by road as well.

Where to stay: If you're looking for a high-end accommodation, Trident Nariman Point is the perfect place. Hotel Suba Palace is great for those looking for luxury on a budget.

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Photo of Orachha, Madhya Pradesh, India by Pritha Puri

If you really want to escape the crowd and head to a destination that is relatively unexplored, yet not desolate, Orchha and Panna in Madhya Pradesh should be high on your list. This destination is laid back and will encourage you to slow down and relax a little. Orchha literally means 'hidden' and this jewel was kept tucked away for the longest time. You will have a lot of sightseeing to do in and around Orchha and Panna. It is one of the ideal places to visit in India in February and has perfect weather conditions as well. The temperature varies from 6°C to 25°C.

Top things to see and do: Visit Panna Tiger Reserve; take a trip to Prannath ji museum; visit the temples of Orccha; witness the architecture at Orchha Fort; go rafting in River Betwa;

How to reach: The best way to reach Orchha is to take a night train and reach there by early morning. The nearest railway station is in Jhansi, which is 16km away. The nearest airport is in Gwalior, around 125km away.

Where to stay: Get up and close with the wild at Pashan Garh Panna National Park - A Taj Safari Lodge. In Orchha, Bundelkhand Riverside is a great option.

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International destinations you must visit in February

You must travel in February! Apart from it being touted as the month of love, owing to Valentine’s Day celebrations around the world, it also has pleasant weather and the lack of a holiday season rush on its side (think off season discounts and thin crowds). So, when the whole world comes back to work from the new year getaways, that’s the ideal time to pack your bags and head out. From Oman and Sri Lanka to Italy, the world welcomes you with open arms in the shortest yet most conducive month for travel. Here’s a list of places to visit in February.

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Photo of Venice, Italy by Pritha Puri

It’s not every day that you get to see this pretty Italian city in its 13th century avatar. February is carnival time in Venice and the city dons a festive, medieval look making it one of the coolest places to visit in February. While it’s not the quietest or most peaceful and ‘sans tourists’ kind of time of the year to visit the floating city, it’s special and magical in its own way. You’ll spot people dressed in cloaks and masks, walking down the narrow alleys and posing by the canal or on plumed gondolas.

The masks have an interesting backstory. In 1608, the Council of the Ten issued a decree, forbidding any citizen to wear masks except during the Carnival and official banquets. To join in the revelry, you can rent a gown, a cloak and a mask if you like and head to the masquerade balls organized all over the city. The city is peppered with ateliers that provide both the clothes and the accessories. If you’re dressed right, you might find other tourists requesting you to pose with them for photographs too. The carnival lasts a month and features shows, balls, music and plays organized all over the city, attracting up to a million visitors a year, all competing to show off their magnificent and often very expensive costumes. The best way to experience the carnival is completely free. Most official events are gratis but the trick is to get there early to clear security and find a spot.

Top things to see and do: Attend a ball; buy a fancy cappuccino at the 18th-century Caffé Florian, a Venetian Carnival landmark; attend a Vivaldi concert by Interpreti Veneziani at Chiesa San Vidal; take a gondola ride in the canal; visit the Ca d’Oro palace on the Grand Canal, an art museum by the canal or check out the classic paintings and vibrant contemporary art scene at museums such as the Querini Stampalia and the Ca’ Rezzonico museum or art galleries that are spread across the city; catch an opera at the Venice Opera House.

How to get there: There are daily flights from Mumbai and Delhi to Venice. Currently 28 flights including Air India and Jet Airways ply between Delhi and Venice.

Where to stay: Hotel Bonvecchiati featuring its own water landing for gondolas and water taxis, a 5-minute walk away from Saint Mark's Square and the Rialto Bridge or Pesaro Palace, a 15th-century building on the Grand Canal, next to the Ca' d'Oro water bus stop.

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Photo of Galle, Sri Lanka by Pritha Puri

Good weather continues across Sri Lanka throughout February making it one of the most popular places to visit in February. The south and west coast bask in sunshine and clear skies with minimal rainfall throughout the month. While the pristine beaches of Negombo and Bentota beckon, the historic cities of Colombo and Kandy, the quiet hills of Nuwara Eliya, and the abundant wildlife at the Yala national parks are major draws too. Our pick however is the pretty, colonial town of Galle located down the coast. The charming, postcard perfect city exudes an old world charm and a slow sleepy pace, perfect to set the holiday mood right. An UNESCO World Heritage Site, this historic city is a delight to explore on foot. It is home to the Galle Fort, the fortified old city founded by Portuguese colonialists in the 16th century, which takes you back in time. High points? - stone sea walls, expanded by the Dutch, car-free streets with architecture reflecting Portuguese, Dutch and British styles. Don’t forget to check out the beautiful Galle Lighthouse.

Top things to see and do: Catch the sunset at Flag Rock, at the southernmost end of the Galle Fort, which was once a Portuguese bastion; buy super-stylish reproduction posters and postcards covering Sri Lanka through the decades at a store called Stick No Bills, visit the unique Meeran Mosque with its British Victorian architecture, Islamic detailing and a facade that is more reminiscent of a Portuguese cathedral than a mosque; pick up speciality Ceylon garden teas from a store called Withered Leaves; grab a meal at Minute by TukTuk, a café that offers one of the best views of the city.

How to get there: Bandaranaike International airport in Colombo is the only international airport in Sri Lanka. From there daily flights are available to and from Katunayake, about 155 kilometres away from Galle. Air traffic flying in and out of the Bandaranaike International airport includes carriers from India and other parts of Southeast Asia, Europe, Australia, Middle East and United States. Galle is connected to important cities like Bentota and Colombo with a good network of buses and the Coastal Railway Line, with Galle railway station being a major stop for trains running on the west and south coast of Sri Lanka.

Where to stay: Fort Square Boutique Villa, just 104m from Galle Fort or Amari Galle 12.9 km from Hikkaduwa, and 46.7 km away from Bentota

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Photo of Melbourne VIC, Australia by Pritha Puri

Otherwise known for its temperamental weather, Melbourne sees the lowest rainfall and warmest temperatures of the year in February. There’s a lot happening in this buzzing city that will keep you occupied through the balmy times. The city has a buzzing café scene, gorgeous parks and bustling rooftop bars and a reputation for attracting hipsters. Every attraction in the city is easily reachable by public transport. The city has a robust tram system as well as trains, buses and ferries that provide access to all of the must-see hotspots. There’s also a whole lot of outdoorsy options including a variety of watersports that you can sign up for in Melbourne.

Top things to see and do: Go snorkeling at Port Phillip Bay, a short journey from the city centre and meet one of the most unique forms of aquatic wildlife in the world – the rare and fragile Weedy Sea Dragon; head out for an hour and a half drive outside Melbourne to the lovely coastal peninsula of Sorrento and go swimming with seals and Bottlenose dolphins; take a hot air balloon ride over Melbourne city; go to the Eureka Skydeck 88, for a magical view of the city; board a traditional vintage tramcar; witness animals in their open, natural environment instead of closed-in enclosures at the Werribee Open Range Zoo where you'll be able to immerse yourself in the African savannah in a spacious attraction that's just 30 minutes drive from the Melbourne CBD; offer prayers at the gorgeous St Pauls Cathedral.

How to get there: There are currently 21 flights flying from Delhi to Melbourne. The total flight time between Delhi & Melbourne is around 12h 15m

Where to stay: Great Southern Hotel Melbourne, located in the Melbourne Central Business District neighborhood, 1.1 km from St. Paul's Cathedral and Regent Theater or Experience Bella Hotel Apartments, 1 km away from the Melbourne Arts Center.

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Photo of Muscat, Oman by Pritha Puri

February offers a mild, Mediterranean-esque climate in Oman. The mystical port city of Muscat, the dreamy capital of the Sultanate of Oman, surrounded by beautiful mountains and desert, which also houses two 500-year-old Portuguese forts, a Royal Opera House, and a mosque with an impressive 164-foot dome makes for an unusual and exciting holiday destination. The city has a character quite unlike its neighbouring capitals. Though modern, you’ll hardly find any high-rises here and even functional buildings are required to reflect tradition with a dome or an arabesque window.

Top things to see and do: Visit the Sultan Qaboos, the only mosque in Muscat, open to non-Muslims. The Persian carpet here measures 70m by 60m wide, making it the second-largest hand-loomed Iranian carpet in the world; head to the Royal Opera House, a majestic architectural masterpiece; try the Omani Shuwa which is considered one of the main national dishes of Oman and consists of tender, spiced, delicately cooked meat; go to the National Museum to understand Oman’s rich history; enjoy Muscat’s pristine beaches that are perfect for any water-related activity and indulge in all kinds of water sports; don’t miss Muttrah in the heart of the old city of Muscat, famous for its traditional souk and the extraordinary corniche that combines views of crystal clear waters, mountains and the city’s old houses and buildings.

How to get there: The Muscat International Airport is the only international airport. Air India Express offers flights to Muscat from Amritsar, Delhi, Kochi, Kozhikode, and Thiruvananthapuram. For travelling from outside of India, one can choose from operators like Oman Air, British Airways, Gulf Air, Lufthansa, and Emirates, depending upon where you are travelling from.

Where to stay: The Sheraton Oman Hotel in the Muscat Governorate area or Crown Plaza Muscat a 2 minute walk from the beach, overlooking the Gulf of Oman and featuring a private bay.

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Photo of Singapore by Pritha Puri

It’s close to home and there can’t be a better time to go to the city of the Merlion. With monsoon gone, February marks the start of Singapore's travel season making it one of the most conducive holiday destinations to visit in February. Hotels tend to be less expensive around this time of year and the coolest part is that Singapore is home to one of the biggest Chinese New Year celebrations in the world, which kicks off on February 16. Lantern lit streets, the aroma of delicious street food at famous hawker markets, dancing dragons and festive cheer at parades, all come together to woo you in February.

Top things to see and do: If you’re feeling artsy, grab a ticket to Huayi Festival, which showcases traditional and cutting-edge works by Chinese artists; soak up the festive spirit at the Chingay Parade, Singapore’s biggest street parade; catch the fireworks at River Hongbao; shop, make a wish at the wishing tree and enjoy a traditional feast in China Town; head to a 60,000 square metre performing arts centre, Esplanade, located in Marina Bay near the Singapore River; walk amidst 60,000 orchid plants consisting of 1000 species and more than 2,000 hybrids at the Singapore Botanical Garden, an UNESCO World heritage site; take a tram ride at the Singapore Night Safari; shop at Orchard Street; check out Resorts World, Universal Studios Singapore, Tiger Sky Tower, Singapore Butterfly & Insect Kingdom, and SEA Aquarium at Sentosa Island.

How to get there: Changi Airport is one of Asia’s best-connected airports and is an important hub for international aviation. Being an important gateway to Southeast Asia, mostly all major international airlines fly into Singapore. There is regular air traffic from Singapore to several destinations in Europe, Asia, the Middle East, Australia and North America.

Where to stay: Singapore has hotels to suit every budget. You can try the Fragrance Hotel- Riverside located on Hong Kong Street, Boat Quay or the Hotel Conrad Centennial Singapore located on Marina Bay for a perfect view of the city's skyline.

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Photo of Cyprus by Pritha Puri

The Republic of Cyprus is an island country in the Eastern Mediterranean and the third largest and third most populous island in the Mediterranean. In the middle of winter, your best bet might just be the island of Cyprus. Dotted with gorgeous beaches and a 1,000-year-old castle hewn out of rock, don’t miss the Golden Beach: an unspoiled paradise with wide, sandy dunes and hardly any crowds and the Ammochostos region, with its sparkling, crystal waters, powdery, golden sands, it’s scenic landscape dotted by quaint windmills. The main holiday resorts of Agia Napa and Paralimni-Protaras, once tiny villages, now attract visitors in their droves.

Top things to see and do: Visit Kykkos Monastery and the ten UNESCO churches; discover the Chalcolithic round houses at Chirokitia (near Larnaca) and the acclaimed Roman mosaics in Paphos and Limassol; go scuba diving; enjoy a traditional meal in Cyprus, called the Mezze which is a colourful blend of dishes from the eastern Mediterranean and Middle East, head to the Akamas peninsula to the north-west of Pafos to discover the diversity of the Cyprus landscape and wildlife; wander around the old streets of the island's capital, Nicosia; ski at Mount Olympus, the highest peak in the Troodos mountains.

How to get there: Gulf Air, Qatar Airways, Emirates, Jet Airways, Lufthansa, and Etihad Airways are the major airlines flying this route. Cyprus has an international airport in Paphos as well. There are a few flights from Delhi to Paphos, mainly operated by Aeroflot and Air India.

Where to stay: Amphora Hotels & Suites in Paphos, a 3 minute walk from the beach, the castle and the harbour of Paphos or Beach Villa Pantheon, located in Pomos, 45.1 km from Paphos City.

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Photo of Langkawi, Kedah, Malaysia by Pritha Puri

There’s a lot to choose from in Malaysia. From the ultra-modern capital of Kuala Lumpur, a sun-drenched coastline charming architecture in Georgetown in Penang, and delightful Peranakan cuisine in Malacca, it’s a traveller’s paradise. While the country's east coast resorts close for monsoon season, their western neighbours enjoy the driest month of the year. In February you'll find blue skies over the beaches of Langkawi and Penang and across the central peninsula. Hence this is where we reckon you would want to go. Langkawi is an archipelago made up of 99 islands on Malaysia's west coast. Surrounded by a turquoise sea, the interior of the main island is a mixture of paddy fields and jungle-clad hills. The perfect place to unwind and disconnect with the urban world.

Top things to see and do: Take a walk on the 125 metre-long Langkawi Sky Bridge, a curved pedestrian bridge that offers an exhilarating view of the Gunung Mat Cincang and several islets surrounding Langkawi. Set 700 metres above sea level, it is only accessible via the final station of the Langkawi Cable Car ride; discover life under water at the Underwater World Langkawi which houses more than 500 species of sea creatures including harbour seals, rockhopper penguins, seahorses, as well as flamingos and mandarin ducks; hike across Gunung Raya, hailed as the highest peak in Langkawi; dive and snorkel at the Pulau Payar Marine Park, just 30km south of Langkawi Island; check out the Telaga Tujuh Waterfalls that locals claim is the home of fairies.

How to get there: There are non-stop flights from Delhi and 2 non-stop flights from Mumbai to Kuala Lumpur from where you can take a connecting flight to Langkawi. Malaysian Airlines (MAS) and Air Asia operate daily flights to Langkawi from Kuala Lumpur. An overwhelming number of visitors swarm the Kuah Jetty after boarding ferries from the mainland. The ferries operate four routes to Langkawi from Kuala Kedah, Kuala Perlis, Penang and Satun in Thailand around the clock. Langkawi boasts an International Airport, located 20 km (12.4 miles) away in Padang Matsirat.

Where to stay: Panji Panji Tropical Wooden Home which is a 6-minute walk from the beach and 14.5km from Kuah or The St. Regis Langkawi 14.5km from Pantai Cenang.

Do you think some additions can be made to this list? Let me know in the comment section below. Or, go ahead and write your list of best places to visit in February on Tripoto!

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Well compiled! A small correction for Lachen & Lachung Bagdogra airport is the nearest one.
Sun 02 12 17, 02:26 · Reply · Report
I will never travel to Agra in any season. Worst place to visit as people are waiting to cheat you and the whole place is running by locals. Disaster trip.
Thu 02 09 17, 23:44 · Reply · Report
you can add the sula festival in nasik
Thu 02 02 17, 01:09 · Reply · Report
You can add Goa to the list. Every year from 25-28 Feb, Goa hosts the annual carnival! There is a grand celebration on the roads when Goa is decked up with colours, food and lots of tourists
Wed 02 01 17, 23:47 · Reply · Report
I guess nearest Airport to Lachen and Lachung is Bagdogra not Guwahati.
Sat 01 21 17, 18:52 · Reply · Report
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