Munnar is a mesmerizing hill station offering a piece of heaven to tourists in God’s own country, Kerala. Popular with tourists from all over the world, Munnar was once the summer resort of the British. The region graced with vast areas of tea plantations, it is not overtly commercialized and is one of the best places to enjoy a soothing holiday and experience the countryside. This popular hill town is divided into two parts old Munnar, where the tourist office is located and Munnar home to the bus station and hotels and guest houses. Munnar is also a popular Indian honeymoon destination. Experiencing a large inflow of tourists from all over the world, Munnar offers a range of hotels, resorts, guest houses and home stays, catering to every travelers needs. Even I had a good opportunity to enjoy the fresh locales of Munnar and bitten by the travel bug, I jumped to the occasion and off I was to cool my heels of in the hill resort of Kerala. Booked at the Eastend Bungalow, a four star lavish property, my stay was beautiful, least to say. The hotel offers an array of luxury rooms to choose from, from the Super Deluxe Cottages and Galaxy which all boast of beautiful interiors outfitted with all modern equipment needed for a comfortable life. I was put up at Galaxy, which is a cluster of star accommodations perfectly complemented with a host of plush facilities and services, but for me the highlight of my room was the captivating view of well-groomed gardens of Eastend, which I thoroughly enjoyed for the two mornings from my room’s balcony. The hotel staffs at the hotel were very friendly and forthcoming and helped me out in arranging a sightseeing tour of the local attractions. The food at the restaurant hotel was also of pretty good standards, not in the mood to experiment a lot I stuck to usual Indian fare, thus can’t say much about the other cuisines decorating the menu card of this premium hotel. Another unique thing about this hotel was that it itself was home to several attractions that hotel guests would like, for instance the tree huts offering panoramic view of the Munnar hills, cave, fondly called the kissing point, the cave has several sculptures incorporated from the Ajantha and Ellora Caves. After two days and three nights at this magical place, I was fully charged and re-energized to take on my grueling schedule once again.