Bollywood recently celebrated the wedding of singers Neha Kakkar and Rohanpreet Singh even amid the pandemic. Neha has now shared photos of her honeymoon in Dubai which have gone viral on social media.
The newly-weds chose Atlantis, the luxury resort in Dubai, for their honeymoon and travelled to the place early in November. Several photos Neha has posted on Instagram show her in a romantic mood with Rohanpreet. A picture in which Rohanpreet expresses his love for Neha on the beach in front of resort has earned many likes. Other images have the newlyweds in an elated mood enjoying the sights of Dubai.
Neha has captioned her pictures as ‘Honeymoon Diaries’. Incidentally, the couple also celebrated their first Diwali in Dubai.
An internationally-renowned resort in Palm Dubai, Atlantis is referred to as the crown of Palm Island. Attractions of the resort include its stunning architecture, luxurious rooms, amazing underwater suites, cuisine from all parts of the world and an aqua venture water park.
Located at the top of Palm Island, Atlantis the Palm resort is owned jointly by Istithmar PJSC, a firm wholly under the Dubai Government.
The resort boasts of the world’s biggest fountain, which could be enjoyed from every side of Atlantis. There are 1,500 rooms in this massive resort, which extends to an area of 116 acres. Along with deluxe rooms, the resort offers deluxe bathrooms.
Another unique feature of Atlantis is the master bedroom in the underwater suites which offers views similar to that of an aquarium. Yet another attraction is the 42-acre aqua venture water play area with several artificial waterfalls.
There is also a 1.4 km-long beach in front of the resort offering adventure activities such as windsurfing, kayaking, floating and climbing walls. Atlantis also features the biggest underwater aquariums in Dubai.
Also a popular destination of a number of Hollywood stars, Atlantis attracts all types of travellers with live music stages, luxury cocktail lounges, nightclubs, ladies-only bar service and kids and teenage-only clubs.
Indian citizens can now travel to UAE and other selected countries by following COVID-19 protocols. However, they should take the necessary precautions and observe the rules in force in the visiting countries.