Sayani Gupta’s Leh-Ladakh Trip Is What We’re Vicariously Living Through

by Sushmita Mahanta
Sayani Gupta’s Leh-Ladakh Trip Is What We’re Vicariously Living Through

Indian actor Sayani Gupta, who is a big travel enthusiast, is currently living her best life in Leh-Ladakh. The actor is constantly sharing glimpses from her trip to the mountains and we ain’t complaining! From celebrating vanity with adorable selfies to exploring the food and history of Leh-Ladakh, Sayani’s trip is truly wholesome. Read on to know more about the actor’s trip to the adventure capital of India.

Sayani Gupta Visits A 140 Year Old Museum In Turtuk, Leh-Ladakh

Turtuk, the border village in Leh-Ladakh, is home to the 140-year-old Balti Heritage House and Museum. And Sayani Gupta is in awe! The actor’s insta stories are full of pictures from the museum and we can’t get enough!

The house turned museum is located near a polo ground. It’s a pale white structure. built using stone and wood in the traditional Balti style. This old Heritage house and museum is a must-visit in Leh-Ladakh.

Pic courtesy – Sayani Gupta, Instagram

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Sayani’s Food Diaries In Leh-Ladakh

It’s no secret that Sayani Gupta is a big foodie. And the Instagram glimpses from her trip to Leh-Ladakh are proof of the same! The actor is seen gorging on healthy farm produce in Little Tibet and the pictures are making us hungry. Sharing glimpses of her best meal Sayani writes, “Farm Produce. These Peaches and Apricots Were Insane. Best meal.”
Buckwheat pancakes with walnut puree and chilli basil is another dish the actor recommends from her Leh-Ladakh trip.
Take a look:

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Pic courtesy – Sayani Gupta, Instagram

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Sayani In Awe Of Thang Village in Leh, The Northernmost Last Village Of India

Thang Village, the northernmost last village of India, is a tiny hamlet located in the Chorbat region of Leh. Offering spectacular views of the majestic mountains, Thang lies on the Line of Control that divides India and Pakistan. No doubt Sayani Gupta added Thang to her itinerary for her Leh-Ladakh trip.
However, it is important to note that given Thang Village’s proximity to the LOC, visitors must procure permission. Tourists can only visit after attaining permission from the army. Permits are required in order to cross Turtuk, Khardung La and Nubra Valley in Leh-Ladakh. So make sure you have those.

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Now that Sayani Gupta’s trip has left us all craving for the mountains, do tell us when you are planning your next Leh-Ladakh trip in the comments section below.


Image Courtesy – Instagram/Sayani Gupta