India is now prepared to provide visitors with a one-of-a-kind vacation experience. Indeed, with the improved ease of India-Myanmar border relations, this appears to be becoming more and more real. As a result, a project to build the country’s longest bus service, between New Delhi and London, is already in the works. It is estimated that this journey will cover around 20,000 kilometres.
According to the sources, New Delhi to London bus service will begin in September, with luxury buses providing state-of-the-art amenities departing from Delhi.
It will take more than two months to cover a distance of 20,000 kilometres, during which time travellers will be able to see a variety of nations. According to the information, this bus service will cost up to Rs 15 lakh. This cost of Rs 15 lakh may appear extravagant at this time, however it includes bus ticket, lodging in all of the countries, and visa costs.
Passengers would be able to go around 18 nations on the bus route once the service is launched. India, Myanmar, Thailand, Laos, China, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Russia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, the Czech Republic, Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, France, and the United Kingdom are among these countries.
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This bus service between Delhi and London is notable because it is not the country’s first bus service. There was a bus service between Kolkata and London about 72 years ago. This bus service takes roughly 45 days to complete a trip. The bus service remained after the country gained independence, but was eventually phased out in 1973.