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Valentines Day 2016: Mumbai Is Indian Couples' Favourite City, According To This Survey

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CHANDIGARH, INDIA - FEBRUARY 14: A young couple sharing a light moment in an open field on the outskirts of Chandigarh as they celebrated Valentine's Day, on February 14, 2015 in Chandigarh, India. Valentine's Day, also known as Saint Valentine's Day or the Feast of Saint Valentine, is a celebration observed on February 14 each year. It is celebrated in many countries around the world, although it is not a public holiday in most of them. (Photo by Keshav Singh/Hindustan Times via Getty Images)

MUMBAI -- With Valentine's Day round the corner, the country's financial capital Mumbai has topped the list of Indian cities for which couples looking for romantic escapades did online searches, according to a survey.

According to the survey conducted by leading hotel booking website, Mumbai has been the most searched domestic destination, followed by Delhi, by couples looking for some time together and to spend some cosy moments.

Three destinations of Goa, namely Candolim, Calangute and Arpora, bagged the third, fourth and fifth positions, respectively, in the list, it said.

Karnataka capital Bengaluru was at the sixth position in the list, while 'Pink City' Jaipur in Rajasthan was at the seventh place.

Gurgaon (National Capital region), Chennai and Baga (Goa) stood at eighth, ninth and 10th positions, respectively, in the list, it said.

When it comes to overseas destinations, Dubai continues to top the list as the most searched romantic escapade, the survey said.

Bangkok (Thailand) followed with second place, followed by Singapore, Patong (Thailand) and Bali (Indonesia) at the third, fourth and fifth positions, respectively, in the list.

In 2015, Dubai was the topmost foreign destination for Valentine's Day travel, followed by Singapore, Patong, Bangkok and Bali, the survey conducted last year said.

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