Foreign shores Bachelors Parties
Throwing bachelor parties before wedding is no new affair to all those born with silver spoons. Some even take off shores to celebrate the last days of bachelor life. A Delhi based businessman, Abhishek Jain falls in the same category. But, this dude didn’t go to Bangkok or New York with his gang of friends. He took his pals to an unusual destination—Tashkent, which happens to be the capital of Uzbekistan.
Jain said: "I did not want to go to a usual destination like Bangkok for my bachelor's. I wanted to go to some unheard place. I asked seven of my friends to be part of the celebration. Eventually, the six-day trip turned out to be an amazing one. The city had everything we were looking for -- great pubs, even better night clubs and it was complete value for money."
"Besides the colourful nightlife and the ballet shows, the nearby areas of Tashkent had all that you need on a vacation. We were taken to a beautiful lake known as Charvak. We did water sports there, paragliding, go-karting and a whole lot of other things, “ added Abhishek.
Guess how much the entire trip had cost him? Well, it has cost around 35,000 rupees per person. That might sound little too much for average persons but it’s something like peanuts to those with deep pockets. So, get ready to leave for Uzbekistan in case you also want to throw a most unusual and different bachelor party. (Phani)
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