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Hyderabad is the Capital city of newly formed state Telangana. Though at present it is also serving as a state of Andhra Pradesh also in future after certain time period it will only be the capital of Telangana. It is built on the bank of Musi river, which now became a top metropolitan city. The city is a mix of old and new. One can easily notice Old city which consists of old buildings, minarets of Charminar and mosques and bazaars with colorful things to sell. The Hitech city is new part of the city which embodies world famous companies like Google, Microsoft etc.,Hyderabad and Secundrabad are twin cities. Being 6th majorly populated city in India, it is full of people and traffic created by population. International Airport will easily be in avail for you. Look at our website to get the best deals.
Hyderabad used be Hyderabad State comprising of Karnataka, Maharastra, and Telangana under the rule of Nizams. Post-Independence 1956 it became a part of India province free from Nizam rule. The funny thing is even if you know Urdu you cannot understand Hyderabadi Urdu as it is a mix of Urdu and Telugu and sounds quite funny.It is full of artificial lakes like Hussain Sagar, Osman Sagar, and Himayat Sagar. The city has another name can you guess it? The other name is 'City of Pearls', in the market it is a chief distributor of pearls and diamonds. One of the worlds largest 3D IMAX screen is present in Hyderabad.
The richest nizam ever once lived in this city and the city is chosen as most sought out winter vacation place by the president of India. IIT, IIIT, ITS and Business Schools can be noticed in this booming city.
1.Chowmahalla Palace: Comprising of four palaces namely Afzal Mahal, Mahtab Mahal, Tahniyat Mahal and Aftab Mahal it got the name Chowmahalla Palace. Built under the rule of Asaf Jahi dynasty, the construction took place between 1857-1869 in several stages. The influence in the architecture of this palace is taken from Mughal, Persian and even European. The grand mix creates a unique style of its own mesmerizing you with the detailed skill the palace is built. You eyes will be immediately drawn to Khilwat which is a grand Dharbar Hall when you enter the premises. To enjoy and know more definitely visit the palace.
Another place you must visit is Falaknuma palace which is about 5km from Charminar. These two places are near in region to Charminar, so easy to locate and visit.
2.Salar Jung Museum: The Huge collection of Antiques by a single individual named Mir Yousuf Ali Khan, Salar Jung III is displayed in Salar Jung Museum.On the walls of the museum, you can see portraits, landscapes, and a variety of art collection. There are sculptures, carvings, porcelain articles and a lot more. Weaponry studded with jewels may look a little-rugged piece of metal, even one would see rust from lack of use but the history behind them is a lot to take in. The Museum represents cultures and life from the past happened out somewhere in the world.
Birla museum & Birla Planetorium and Nizam‘S Silver Jubilee Museum for people who have interest in science & Geography.
3.Buddha Statue: Buddha standing on the 'Rock of Gibraltar' is also one among the World’s tallest monolithic statue. It stands proudly in Hussainsagar Lake, where there is the facility of boating. Along with different kinds of boats, you can also have dinner in some boats.
NTR Gardens, Necklace Road, Tank Bund, Lumbini Park, Sanjeevaiah Park etc., are very near to this lake where you can enjoy and get entertained.
4.Golconda Fort: Golconda Fort got its name from Telugu term “Golla Konda” which meant “Shepherd’s Hill”. Though is centuries old it procured prominence at the time of Qutb Shahis who rebuilt the mud fort into a well-defined structure. The grandeur of this fort is narrated amid sounds and light, it is like a spell that takes you back to the era of its glory.
Also, visit Taramati Baradari which is close to Golconda Fort.
5.To worship: Hyderabad is filled with mixed cultures and religions, and celebration of festivals is welcomed by everyone. Some of the most religious places are Chilukuru Balaji temple, Peddamma temple, Birla Mandir, Yadagiri gutta, shangi temple, puri Jagannath temple.. for Hindus. Mecca Masjid and St. Martha church for Muslims and Christians.
Charminar, Qutb Shahi Tombs, AP State Archaeological Museum, Nehru Zoological Park are among many viewable places in Hyderabad.
In any city, everyone compares nightlife as visiting pubs, Clubs, Discos etc., if you want to enjoy the similar nightlife in Hyderabad visit Vapour, Exotica, Torque and most of the pubs are present in Jubilee Hills. But vouch for yourself and even She Cabs are available for ladies. If you want to enjoy natural nightlife then visit Night bazaars. Charimar at night time will be in heavy with bright lights, vendors selling foods and traffic.
The popular food item that will always be known in the name of Hyderabad city is Hyderabadi biryani. If you are very much famished and want to have some biryani then visit spots like Shah Ghouse, Paradise, Bawarchi and many other biryani houses serve mouth watering delicacies. Hyderabad in the time of Ramadan serves the haleem that tastes lush and full of flavors, it is the destination city for Haleem lovers. And one more thing you should never forget to taste is Irani chai with Osmania Biscuits, even Starbucks cannot compete with its heavenly taste. Ignoring Hyderabadi Street foods means to miss street food stalls with blasting and spicy taste, visit Gokul Chat. If you are a vegetarian I suggest to particularly visit Rallm ki bandi, Govind ki bandi, Lakshman ki bandi, Dosa Place stalls for Dosa, Idli and famous south Indian tiffins. You know about 100 varieties of dosas varying from pizza dosa to cheese masala dosa are offered in the stalls and especially some are kept even in the night. If you are driven by desert craving visit Karachi Bakery all your cravings will definitely be quenched.
Bawarchi Biryani to Ramkibandi, Dosa Gokul chat to Irani chai, Haleem to Qubani ka meetha all the divine food is available at most affordable prices in Hyderabad.
1.Ramoji Film City: Holding its position in Guinness World Records by having 1700 acres land for film studio complex. Many famous movies are made in the film city and the recent big hit is "Bahubali 2". The fun, thrill, and excitement you experience here can never match with anything and holds a place in memories lifelong. You can watch movies have some recreation and the extra fun is an amusement park. It offers a lot and to explore it one day is not enough. There are hotels in the film city where you can stay and delve further into the magic word.
2.Wonderla Amusement: Amusement part designed for all types of group ages. There are different kinds of packages and rides available in wonder la.
3.Snow World: Want to run and hide from a sunny day then visit snow world. Do little bit skating, have snowball fights and bask in the chilling scenario in front of you.
And few more places to have fun are Jala Vihar, Ocean park, Wonderla, Mount Opera etc.,
4.Laad Bazaar: This bazaar is a part in Old city and also called as Choodi Bazaar. The bangles here are studded with gem stones, pearls and they look really good on everyone's hands. The bazaar offers a wide variety of clothing jewelry, and far more.
Better to dress conservatively to attract less attention and don't forget to pack light clothes due to high humidity. Carry umbrella due to unpredicted rains and scarf as the city can be polluted during heavy traffics. Also, carry your skin and sunscreen products. There are different kinds of transport facilities like local trains, local buses, AC buses to transport you within the city, Auto rickshaws will not have meters and people driving them may sometimes even be rude.Though Cab facilities are available you should book them online some are Uber, Ola, She cabs etc.,
Never enter religious places like temples, mosques with shoes or slippers on. Old notes of Rs.500 and Rs.1000 are demonetized and replaced with new Rs.500 and Rs.2000 notes, better to be cautious when you want a change for your money. And carry change if you want to buy something near local vendors, you can use ATMs in hotels, restaurants and during shopping.