Visit Hyderabad to Unwrap The Greatest Joys of Life, A Leisure Tour

Who says Hyderabad is all about Charminar or Mecca Masjid? There is a lot more to do and visit in Hyderabad, the City of Nizams. So, this time visit Hyderabad for some of the amazing places dotted here, apart from the two popular mosques of the city.

Mumbai to Hyderabad by flight is a common pick of a tourist and everyday there are flights to and from these cities. Even flights from the capital city, Delhi are quite ubiquitous. Choose the mode which best suits your travel journey and make haste this vacation, to unravel the charm of the beautiful city of Hyderabad. It will take you aback.

Here are the places you should visit in Hyderabad, to make your memories as fresh as ever.

  1. Shilparamam: The market is a must visit for all kinds of souls. A day trotting in this market will let you bask in the greatest of the joys and happiness. Family or friends, with whoever you visit it, it is bound to bring you brimming entertainment. Shopping in this market is the first thing one comes for, here. A plethora of traditional items like paper mache of Kashmir, Rajasthan’s Bandhani work, brassware of Moradabad and what not, you can experience here, a touch of every state. There are henna tattoo makers, portrait skechers, music and dance performers, and craftsmen, to present you with a number of options to elate your hearts with. You can even ride a bullock cart all by yourself, far from the traffic of the roads. Also get the name of your beloved, written on a grain of rice, and bring it back home as a souvenir.
  2. Hussain Sagar Lake: An epitome of serenity, this lake is a must visit, especially in the twilight hours, when it jazzes up with enchanting lights. You can pacify your hearts boating here, and view the famous Buddha Statue, erected in the center of the lake. A number of restaurants are nestled along the fringe of the lake, which serve the best dishes to savour upon.
  3. Nehru Zoological Park: This park is a paradise for nature lovers and solace seekers. Sprawling on a vast land of 300 acres, it houses an immense variety of flora and fauna. If you are a shutterbug, then it ought to pep your interest. Wander around in the park, amidst the thicket of nature and soak in tranquility and joy. The major attractions of the park are the Lion Safari Park, National History Museum and the Children’s Train. The park remains closed on Monday, so plan your itinerary accordingly.
  4. Lamakaan: Falling under the most happening list of places to visit in Hyderabad, Lamakaan is an open cultural space in Hyderabad, where the greatest of the intellects and artists come up and brainstorm their ideas on important issues. This open area drowned in the evergreen forests, is open to all. One can conduct their startup meetings and other important discussions. There are facilities of hot tea and water. The place also conducts various exhibitions and other events; so a very lively place to visit and chill yourself. If not this, grab your favourite book and read here.

Villages Around Mysore City, The Perfect Offbeat Attractions of the City

Mysore, the “cultural capital of Karnataka” and the second biggest city in the state, is an acclaimed holiday destination in South India known for its lavish and imperial vibe. The old world appeal of the city alongside its all around well-developed gardens, legacy palaces, and shady parkways leaves an everlasting memory in the souls of the tourists. According to the Union Urban Development Authority they conducted a study in the year 2010, and Mysore was proclaimed the “second cleanest city” in India and first in Karnataka.

Tourists visiting Mysore in general have their tour itinerary related to the city only. While on an exploration of Mysore tourism, their tour plan usually includes a visit to the most prominent tourist attractions, cultural centres, eating at the finest local restaurants, etc. What the majority of the visitors miss in their Mysore visit is the towns and villages, where dwells the genuine essence of Mysore. So this vacation on your trip to Mysore, leave the general traveler bubble, attempt the off beaten way and checkout these villages in Mysore district, your outing will be absolutely fun as well as a new experience.

mysore-palaceHalli Mysore

Halli Mysore is a village falling in Holenarsipur Taluk in the Hassan District of Karnataka State, India. It has a place with Mysore Division. It is situated about 48 KM towards South from the district headquarters of Hassan, 16 KM from Holenarsipur and about 174 KM from State capital Bangalore. Additionally, the village is encompassed by Arkalgud Taluk towards west, on north is Channarayapatna Taluk, towards east is Krishnarajpet Taluk, and towards south is Krishnarajanagara Taluk. Additionally Hassan, Sakleshpur, and Shrirangapattana are the close-by cities to Halli apart from Mysore.

Tagadur

Tagadur is a village falling in Nanjangud Taluk in the Mysore District of Karnataka State. It has a place with Mysore Division. The village is situated about 35 KM towards South from District head quarters, 16 KM from Nanjangud, and about 151 KM from Bangalore. Kavalande Rail Way Station and Badanahalu Rail Way Station are the nearest railway stations to the village. However Mysore Junction Railway Station is major railway station, 34 KM away from Tagadur, with more number of trains to serve it.

adhiyamankottamBelavadi

Belavadi is a little town/village in Mysore Taluk in the Mysore District of Karnataka. It goes under Belavadi Panchayath. It has a place with Mysore Division. It is quite close to the city; to be precise, 1 KM towards South from District head quarters of Mysore. Additionally, it is 148 KM from Bangalore. Mysore Jn Rail Way Station and Chamarajapuram Rail Way Station are the nearest railway stations.

A basic life that is by all accounts negligibly touched by modernity, lovely local people who are glad to welcome the visitors and offer an authentic hospitality, and their hundreds of years old traditions and culture, all contribute to making these villages just irresistible. Life is entirely moderate in these towns and immaculate to unwind and revive. Tag along with the locals and be a part of their discussion, even though you know nothing about what they are discussing, but try to listen. This is a great way to understand the culture of any place. Although not counted amongst the most popular places to visit in Mysore, they are certainly worth visiting. They are the offbeat attractions that present tourists with a different aspect of Mysore.