Taj Garden Retreat, Kumarakom

by Vinaya HS on November 30, 2006

in Travel

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The Taj Garden Retreat during the day.

Taj Garden Retreat, Kumarakom

Image Copyright © 2006 – Forever, Goutham

And the Taj Garden Retreat during the night – a magical transformation.

Taj Garden Retreat, Kumarakom

Image Copyright © 2006 – Forever, Goutham

I don’t know about you, but I feel like dropping whatever I am doing and rushing down for a nice relaxing holiday at this resort.




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Goutham December 1, 2006 at 11:58 AM

Yes, its a truly amazing place to relax. I liked Kumarakom Lake resort more than the Taj Garden Retreat. I donot have pictures of that to show you, it was fully booked when I went there. I never plan for trips you see :)

The suite facing the backwaters in Taj costs around 9k per day, while kumarakom lake resort is a bit more expensive around 13k per day.

If you dont mind spending a bit more, the presidential suite with private pool will be just amazing. You casually step out of the living room, for a fraction of a second you will find yourself in thin air untill you find water all around you.

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