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Honeymoon in Switzerland

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Honeymoon in Switzerland - the purpose of writing this is to seek suggestions from people at Switzerland and people who have been to Switzerland especially Honeymoon Couple...
10 years ago, May 22nd 2010 No: 1 Msg: #111495  
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HI Im Prasaath from Malaysia and its my dreams to go Switzerland for my honeymoon and finnally we r getting married next year Jan with the bless of great GOD.
Planning and decided to go honeymoon at Switzerland,well the purpose of writing this is to seek suggestions from people at Switzerland and people who have been to Switzerland especially Honeymoon couple...
My Planning to Switzerland on 2nd week of Feb Month 2011 for 7 to 8 days. i and my fiance main objective is to enjoy the mountain,scenery and learn about swiss culture.

Is the Feb month is ideal for honeymoon for us at Switzerland?
Is the winter season will affect our honeymoon,The main reason was to go around the swiss...

Please do revet back the best and special comment on this matter as we need to take decisions.

If anyone of you are doing any Honeymoon Package for Switzerland either in Malaysia or Swiss ..

Please do buzz me...Thank you...
Hope im making my right decision with the bless of god Muniswaran...Thanks GOD....

pRASAATH
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10 years ago, May 27th 2010 No: 2 Msg: #111938  
Hello Prasaath 😊

I was chatting with a Malaysian guy on the internet, who has never seen real snow. He has only seen snow at snow world in Malaysia, where they manufacture it with a fake method. It is probably the same for you.

Maybe you could make your Swiss mission to go to the Swiss mountains, experience snow, and maybe learn to ski. There should still be plenty of snow in the Swiss mountains in February.

It will be cold at that time of the year, though, so be sure to have propper ski wear, to wear not just when you are skiing. Since you are probably not used to the cold, you would need these clothes to go outside at all.

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10 years ago, May 27th 2010 No: 3 Msg: #111939  

If anyone of you are doing any Honeymoon Package for Switzerland either in Malaysia or Swiss ..


Would those wanting to name travel agents, do so via the Private Messaging system, to discourage spammers from taking part in this discussion. 😊

Note to Prasaath: Any travel agent names you recieve by Private Message do NOT necessarily meet with TravelBlogs approval.
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10 years ago, May 28th 2010 No: 4 Msg: #111954  
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Thank you so much Mell for your wonderfull feedback.

In swiss what are the other place i must have seen Mell since it will be 1st time there.

Are u staying at Swiss?Which place.... Reply to this

10 years ago, May 28th 2010 No: 5 Msg: #111960  
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Hi Prasaath,

Welcome to TravelBlog.

I was in Switzerland in January this year. Zurich is nice, but you wouldn't need much time to look around.

Lucerne is really pretty, especially around the lake area. We didn't find it too cold, but had been in Austria for a couple of weeks.

Interlaken is great too, but in winter it obviously is more geared up for snow sports.

Wherever you go in Switzerland, make sure you try the chocolate :-P
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10 years ago, May 28th 2010 No: 6 Msg: #111963  
Zermatt and the matterhorn is a must!
Hard at Work - Zermatt
the mountain is one of the most famous in the world and if you have heard of toblerone chocolate you can see where it comes from! Reply to this

10 years ago, May 28th 2010 No: 7 Msg: #111974  
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Dear Jo and Muno,
Really appreciate it your wonderfull feed back...
Damm so nice of the nature....
Look like i need to go Lucerne,Interlaken ,Zermatt and the matterhorn.really superb man
.

Can anybode tell me the cost of living for 7 to 8 days in swiss.
How much the swiss of cost inclusive accomodations.
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10 years ago, May 28th 2010 No: 8 Msg: #111984  

Can anybode tell me the cost of living for 7 to 8 days in swiss.


Switzerland is one of the most expensive countries in Europe, but how expensive it actually will for you will depend on what you do, and what type of accomodation you stay in.

You could Google 'Holiday Packages in Switzerland' and check out the prices. But, most of us here on TravelBlog would not be using these expensive packages, when we visit Switzerland. We stay in more budget type accomodation, such as hostels for backpackers.

Are u staying at Swiss?Which place....


No, but I am nearby. I am in the South of Germany.

Another popular thing for tourists to do is to rent an appartment in the mountains. I don't know if this is more or less expensive than staying in a hotel package holiday or now. You could check it out with a Google search too. Reply to this

10 years ago, June 1st 2010 No: 9 Msg: #112185  
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I was there in Feb this year and there was still lots of snow even on the roads making driving hard at times. my fav city was the capital Berne.

Have fun. Reply to this

10 years ago, June 4th 2010 No: 10 Msg: #112433  
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Thank you so much to Mell and Overit2 to share the wonderfull feedback regards the journey.. Reply to this

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