Aishwarya Rai Bachchan’s Preferred Travel Destinations: Places Where The Diva Likes To Cool Off
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan has been consistently in the limelight for more than two decades. As a part of her assignments or even during her vacationing she has discovered some wonderful places that help her to cool off and forget her work woes at least for some time. When she was asked exactly what she does on a visit to a new place, the “Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam” actress said, “ll go out and experience a place. I love walking: that way, you feel the pulse of the place, get to connect with the people and the culture.”
Here are some of the most preferred travel destinations by the “Bachchan Bahu.”
South Africa, The Great China Wall, Tunisia & More
A tour to South Africa is all about backpacking, sports, adventure, wildlife safaris or just enjoying the sumptuous delicacies around. The actress fell in love with the place when she visited South Africa for the first time in 1994 during the Miss World Pageant. Her favorite places to visit in South Africa include Cape Town which offers the best urban beaches in the world that include fashionable Camps Bay & Boulders Beach comprising of the comical colony of endangered African penguins.
Other than that the famous Kruger National Park, world-renowned Sabi Sands, Madikwe Private Reserve for some exclusive family time, and a combo of game viewing at Addo Elephant National Park and vacationing in the Eastern Cape beach make a perfect exotic holiday package.
While shooting for “Jeans” Aishwarya had to dance on the Great China Wall from where she could get a nice glimpse of surrounding China. Some of the places that you must visit in the most populated country of the world include Temple of Heaven, The Bund in Shanghai, Yangshou County, West Lake in Hangzhou, Forbidden City and more.
For Aishwarya, Tunisia is the most favorite visually appealing place in the world with its vast Sahara dunes, and mammoth ancient ruins. The Romans have left a lot of their cultural heritage here which adds to the excitement.