1. Uno-In Hotel in Bangalore, a Japanese-only restaurant
The Uno-In Hotel was set up in Bangalore in 2012 in association with the Nippon Infrastructure company to cater to the needs of the growing corporate Japanese population in the city. This hotel gets into lime light when Indians were not allowed to get into the roof-top restaurant. Not only Indians, nut British and Africans were also restricted. The hotel was later soon shut down by the Greater Bangalore City Corporation on charges of racial discrimination
2. Free Kasol Cafe in Kasol refuses to serve Indians
Kasol is one of the most beautiful places of India and is famous tourist spot. A lot of Israli foreigner can be found in Kasol chilling out. But this Israeli restaurant, ‘Free Kasol’, do not allow Indians to be in. This kind of racial discrimination in India by Indian owner seems irony.
3. “Foreigners Only” beaches in Goa
A number of cottage owners in Goa do not allow Indians on some of the beaches. The beach is opened only for foreigners. The reason behind this discrimination is that they want their foreign guest to be safe from the lusty eyes of Indians.
4. A lodge in Chennai (name cannot be disclosed)
This lodge is former nawab’s residence, dating back at least 160 years. Only the tourists who possess foreign passport are welcomed in this lodge. An apparent ‘No Indian’ policy is quite strictly enforced, whereby only Indians in possession of a foreign passport may stay. this place has hit the headlines on more than one occasion because of its discriminatory policy.
5. Pondicherry’s “Foreigners Only” beaches
After Goa, Pondicherry is the next destination for Indians and foreigners holiday on costal gateways. But same as in Goa, some of the beaches are marked only for foreigners and entry of Indians is prohibited.