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1.Pura tana lot
2.Mount Batur
3.Uluwatu temple
4.Ubud monkey forest
5.Ubud art & culture
6.Tegallalang and Jatiluwih Rice porch in Bali
7.Waterbom Bali
8.Pura Ulun Danu Bratan
9.Seminyak shopping
10.Kuta beach

 

Top 10 Best Places to Visit in Bali

Bali is one of the most redolent and popular tourist islands of the entire Indonesian archipelago. A visit here sparks the senses. As soon as you arrive, the intoxicating fragrance of incense and clove oil hangs in the thick tropical air. Peanuts sizzle at roadside stalls, petal-strewn offerings smolder on busy sidewalks, and traditional gamelan music jangles against the buzz of mopeds.
Surfers come for the legendary swells, hikers can trek up jungly volcanic peaks and to misty waterfalls, and cyclists can bike through lush landscapes bristling with rice terraces and traditional villages. The island’s rich arts scene is another top draw, and if relaxation is your top priority, the shopping in Bali and spa treatments are fabulous – and affordable. Since the famous book and film Eat, Pray, Love spotlighted Bali, the tourist throngs have undeniably swelled, but you can still experience old Bali if you stay off the beaten track.
 

1.Pura tana lot

Pura tana lot

Pura tana lot


Pura Tanah Lot is one of Bali’s most iconic sanctuary. The largest and holiest Hindu temple in Bali is Pura Besakih, but recently local hagglers have been harassing visitors. Every evening, throngs of tourists from Kuta, Legian, and Sanur find their way through a labyrinth of lanes lined by souvenir sellers to watch the sun setting behind the temple.
Although foreigners can’t enter any of the temples, you can walk transversely to the main temple at low tide, and its fun to meander along the paths captivating photos and soaking up the magnificent setting. After viewing several temples and shrines, you can rest at one of the cliff top restaurants and cafes.
From Tanah Lot, you can stroll along tropically landscaped pathways to beautiful Batu Bolong, another sea temple perched on a rock outcrop with an eroded causeway connecting it to the shore.
 

2.Mount Batur

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Every day in Bali’s predawn darkness, hundreds of tourists begin the trek up the 1,700-meter summit of Mount Batur to watch the sun rise above the thriving mosaic of mist-shrouded mountains and the caldera far beneath. This consecrated active volcano lies in Kintamani District in Bali’s central highlands, about an hour’s drive from Ubud, and the hike to the peak to watch the sunrise. The trek along the well-marked trails is relatively easy and usually takes about two to three hours.
Sturdy hiking shoes are essential, and it is suggested to wear layers, as the weather can be cool before sunrise. You can also merge a trip here with a visit to one of Bali’s most significant temples, Pura Ulun Danu Batur, on the lake’s northwest shore, and a therapeutic soak in hot springs at the gorgeous village of Toya Bungkah on the banks of Lake Batur.

3.Uluwatu temple

Uluwatu temple

Uluwatu temple


Presiding over tumbling sea cliffs above one of Bali’s best surf spots, Uluwatu Temple is one of the island’s most famous temples, thanks to its superb cliff top setting. Similar to Pura Tanah Lot, sunset is the best time to visit, when the sky and sea glow in the late afternoon light.
A scenic lane snakes from the entrance to the temple with breathtaking viewpoints along the way. Only Hindu worshippers are permitted to enter the temple, but the stunning setting and the sunset Kecak dance performances that take place here every day are more than worth the visit.

 4.Ubud monkey forest

4.Ubud monkey forest

4.Ubud monkey forest


The Monkey Forest, also known as the sanctified Monkey Forest Sanctuary, is one of the top attractions in this visitor’s town and a must-see for animal lovers and photographers. Besides the amusing troops of grey long-tailed macaques that make their home here, a large part of the appeal is the redolent jungle setting where the monkeys roam free. Cemented pathways lead through thick forests of giant banyan trees and nutmeg, where moss-covered statues and antique temples loom through the dense foliage, imparting an almost spiritual feel. The forest is intended to represent the pleasant coexistence between humans and animals. It also conserves rare plants and is used as a location for investigating macaque behavior, mainly their social interaction.

 5.Ubud art & culture

Ubud art & culture

Ubud art & culture


Art gazing is mainly rewarding here, as many collections are housed in traditional Balinese buildings enclosed by serene tropical gardens.
For an indication of Balinese art, your first stops should be Agung Rai Museum of Art (ARMA) and the Neka Art Museum, which lie within a short turn of the Ubud Monkey Forest. Both span traditional to modern works, including ceremonial daggers, photography, and traditional wayang (puppet-figure) paintings.
If shopping for art is more your style, don’t forget to visit the the Ubud Art Market. This labyrinth of stalls full with carvings, sculptures, jewelry, sarongs, paintings, and home wares is one of the top travelling attractions in town. Bargaining is important. Opposite the market, the Puri Saren Royal Ubud Palace is also worth a visit and hosts conventional Balinese dance performances during the evenings.

6.Tegallalang and Jatiluwih Rice porch in Bali

Tegallalang and Jatiluwih Rice porch in Bali

Tegallalang and Jatiluwih Rice porch in Bali


If you’re a photographer seeking to capture Bali’s stunning emerald-hued rice fields, the Tegallalang or Jatiluwih rice porching are a must-see. A soothing way to enjoy the lush landscapes is at one of the many restaurants and cafes overlooking the grassland.
About a 90-minute drive from Ubud, the Jatiluwih rice veranda covers more than 600 hectares of rice fields all along the hillsides of the Batukaru mountain range and tends to be less teeming than Tegallalang. You’ll also find less tourists touts here, so it’s easier to walk around and explore without being stressed. Both of these locations use the traditional water management cooperative called “subak,” a UNESCO-recognized irrigation system that dates to the 9th century.

7.Waterbom Bali

Waterbom Bali

Waterbom Bali


Waterbom Bali is an action-packed water park, in the heart of Kuta, with something for every member of the family. Kids can splatter in the swimming pools; glide down the Lazy River; or zoom down one of the many twisting water slides and rides, with names like the Python, Green brute, and Super Bowl. Restaurants and cafes cater to a range of unique diets, and the grounds are landscaped with large, shady trees and gorgeous tropical gardens, making this a refreshing reprieve from the heat on a hot tropical day.

8.Pura Ulun Danu Bratan

Top 10 Best Places to Visit in Bali

Pura Ulun Danu Bratan


On a small island along the western shore of Lake Bratan, in the cool highlands of central Bali, the 17th-century Pura Ulun Danu Bratan is one of Bali’s most picturesque temple complexes. Set against the impressive backdrop of Gunung Bratan, the thatched temples reflect on the lake, and when the water levels increase, they seem to float on its facade. Lake Bratan is one of Bali’s foremost sources of irrigation and drinking water, and the temple complex is devoted to Dewi Danu, goddess of the sea and lakes. An unusual feature is the Buddhist stupa on the left of the entrance to the first courtyard, with figures of Buddha meditating in the lotus position in niches on the square base. The stupa reflects the adoption of Buddhist beliefs by Balinese Hindus.
Not far from the temple multifaceted, the Bali Botanic Garden is also worth a visit, with its attractive bamboo forests, begonias, orchid collection, and medicinal plants. Within its grounds, the Bali Treetop Adventure Park is amusing for kids, with zip-lines, Tarzan swings, and deferral bridges.

9.Seminyak shopping

Seminyak shopping

Seminyak shopping


Bali is known for its vibrant designers and fabulous shopping, and you’ll find the best examples of Balinese design along the busy streets of Seminyak. Cutting rim designer fashion, waves and swimwear, jewelry, furniture, and home wares are just some of the items you can buy at the stylish shops and busy market stalls here. Top boutiques include Biasa, Magali Pascal, and Bamboo Blonde, while Kody & KO sells colorful eccentric art and home ware. Sea Gypsy is a favorite for reasonable jewelry, and Drifter Surf Shop & Cafe offers a collection of surf and skateboard gear.
The two major shopping malls are Seminyak Square and Seminyak Village, but you’ll probably find better deals in the smaller shops lining the streets. If you’re really seeking a bargain, head to the Seminyak Flea Markets, near Seminyak Square, where you’ll find stalls crammed with clothing, jewelry, carvings, and handicrafts. Seminyak is also home to some of Bali’s best restaurants and art galleries.

10.Kuta beach

Kuta beach

Kuta beach


Yes, it’s teeming and persistent hawkers stalk the beach, but this famous stretch of sand, along with neighboring Legian and Seminyak Beaches just to the north, is still a fun day out. You can book surf lessons and rent surfboards, boogie boards, sun loungers, and umbrellas directly from vendors set up on the sand, and plenty of cafes and restaurants border the beach. Beach vendors are easily dissuaded with a polite “no thank you,” but an icy cold coconut sloshing with juice served directly to your sun lounger can be a blessing on a sultry day.
For a more peaceful slice of coast on the island, head to the soft sands of Sanur, Jimbaran Beach, or Nusa Dua (Geger Beach here has public access. Surfers should check out Dreamland, Canggu, Balangan, Bingin, Padang-Padang, or the cliff-fringed hidden coves of Uluwatu.

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Kerala Tourism Places

1.Munnar
2.Alleppey
3.Kochi
4.Athirapally Waterfalls
5.Poovar Island
6.Vagamon
7.Kollam
8.Bekal Fort
9.Thiruvananthapuram
10.Nelliyampathy

Kerala is known all across the world for its jaw-dropping beauty and heavenly beautiful sceneries. Its serene beaches, incredible wildlife sanctuaries, and gorgeous backwater are definitely heavens for any traveler. The environment of Kerala has the beauty of tradition, heritage, and culture. Kerala is perfect for all whether you are planning a family trip, a honeymoon or any solo trip, it will not disappoint you once you reach there.  So here is a list of Best Places to Visit in Kerala to explore on your next trip.

1.Munnar

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Munnar is the most famous and largely visited hill station of Kerala. It is located in the Idukki District and filled with the serene beauty of nature. Before independence, it was the summer capital of Britishers but now it is known for its large tea plantation and tea museum. Imagine waking up from the refreshing aroma of tea leaves and seeing the green sloping valley as the first thing in the morning.
Munnar is also a point of attraction for the wildlife enthusiasts due to its endangered species of the mountain goat. One more thing you can do in Munnar is to visit Elephant Lake and get a unique and thrilling experience for life.
Other popular tourist attractions in Munnar are Eravikulam National Park, Meesapulimala,  Tata Tea Museum, Vattavada, Attukal Waterfalls, Cheeyapara Waterfalls, Kundala Lake, Life of Pi Church, Blossom Park and many more.

2.Alleppey

Alleppey

Alleppey is also called by the name “Venice of south”. Surrounded by the long palm trees and green paddy field, Alleppey is the best backwater destination in Kerala. You can more highlight your trip by booking a houseboat stay here and waking up next to the serene beauty of nature. It is also one of the best places in Kerala for honeymoon because of the incredible backwaters that make it a perfect romantic destination.
Beyond backwaters, this place has many more other things to offer as well such as  Ambalapuzha Sree Krishna Temple, St. Mary’s Forane Church, Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary, Karumadikkuttan and Mannarshala Temple, Arthunkal Church, International Coir Museum, Krishnapuram Palace, Vembanad Lake, Trophy Boat Race (Snake Boat Race) in Punnamada Lake and many more.

3.Kochi

Kochi

Kochi

Kochi used to be an important trade center in ancient days due to which it has also given the name ‘Queen of the Arabian Sea’. Modern Kochi is full of nature’s charm and has become a point of attraction for the wanderlusts all across the world. Kochi also has the tag of UN Champions of the Earth award on its name for its fully solar energy-powered airport. It also has the oldest European Church in India, Saint Francis Church. Kochi is a perfect place for those all who love beaches, history, and food. Here you can also participate in the fishing activities with fisherman and have an amazing experience of catching fish in the unique fishing net. Kochi also has the best Christmas and New Year celebrations.
Best places to visit in Kochi are Vasco House, St. Francis Church, Dutch Cemetery, Cherai Beach, Basilica of Santa Cruz, Bolgatty Island, Spice Market, Vypeen Beach, Jewish Synagogue, Bolgatty Island Edappally Museum, Mattancherry Palace.

4.Athirapally Waterfalls

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Athirapally Waterfalls has been a part of many Indian movies. It is the tallest waterfall in Kerala with a height 80 ft and famous for its incredible natural beauty. You can also go close to this waterfall and feel the tingling drops of water on your toes. Here, you can also see four different species of hornbill tree which are home to various beautiful birds.
Do not forget to visit Charpa Falls, Chalakudy River, and Sholayar Dam nearby when you visit Athirapally Waterfalls.

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5.Poovar Island

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Poovar Island is famous for its golden sand, serene waters and beautiful flora and fauna plants. It is also the place where river, beach, island and sea meet together. Here, you can stay in the floating cottage and wake up by the soothing sound of seawater.
The best places to visit in Poovar Island are Neyyar Dam and Neyyar Wildlife Sanctuary,  Hawa Beach, Lighthouse Beach, Kovalam Beach, Pozhikkara Beach, Vizhinjam Marine Aquarium and Thirparappu Falls.

6.Vagamon

Vagamon

Vagamon

Vagamon is a majestic hill station covered with the large meadows and huge pine trees. It is famous for its three hills Kurisumala, Thangal and Murugan which are believed as symbols of faiths of three religions Hindu, Muslim and Christian. Also, this place has good weather all year. Here, you can also have the great adventure such as paragliding, rock climbing and many more other hilltop activities under the layer of heavenly beautiful thick clouds.
Must-visit locations in Vagamon are Thangan Hill, Murugan Hill, Kurisumala, Pattumalai Church, Ulipooni Wildlife Sanctuary, Peermade and Kuttikanam Castle, Mundakayam Ghat, Vagamon Falls, Karikadu View Point, Vagamon Meadows, Vagamon Orchidarium and Floriculture Project and Maramala Waterfalls.

7.Kollam

Kollam

Kollam

If you are planning to visit Kerala, Kollam is a must-visit destination. It is known for its historical significance which is associated with the Jatayu statue. It is also a paradise for beach lovers offering you Thirumullavaram Beach, Kollam Beach and Tangasseri Beach to visit. Here, you can take an eight-hour houseboat ride from Ashtamudi to Alappuzha and have a mesmerizing view of the beautiful landscape.
Famous tourist attractions in Kollam are Palaruvi Waterfalls, Thevally Palace,  Palaruvi Falls, Thenmala Dam, Jatayupara Earth’s Center,  Mahatma Gandhi Beach And Park, Deer Park Thenmala, Neendakara Port, Thangassery Light House, and Ashtamudi Lake.

8.Bekal Fort

Bekal Fort

Bekal Fort

Bekal is also known as the home to the historic fort. It is the largest fort in Kerala built in the 17th century and situated in the Kasargod District. Owing to its mesmerizing beauty, this fort has also been a part of many movies. From this fort, you can have a dazzling view of the Arabian Sea. This place is picture-worthy and you should definitely visit here before leaving Kerala. It has Anjaneya Temple at its entry which is a divine entrance. You can also spend the moment of calmness at Bakel beach.
Must visit attractions when you visit Bakel Fort are Bekal Hole Aqua Park, Nileswaram Cultural Centre, Ananthapura Temple, Nityanand Ashram Caves, Valiyaparamba Backwaters, Chandragiri Fort, Kappil Beach and Pallikere Beach, and Mallikarjuna Temple.

9.Thiruvananthapuram

Thiruvananthapuram

Thiruvananthapuram

Thiruvananthapuram is the capital of Kerala and famous for its jaw-dropping beauty. This city very well adapted the modernization without forgetting the essence of tradition. It has houses that are a perfect mix of modern and traditional glory. In addition, many other must-visit places are also situated here such as Sri Padmanabhaswamy Temple which is the world’s richest temple and technopark that is India’s first IT park. This place has the ability to satisfy the demands of any kind of traveler by offering an enchanting view of beach sports, museums, historical parks, adventures and many more.
Famous tourist attractions in Thiruvanthapuram are Kuthiramalika Palace Museum, Vellayani Lake, Thiruvananthapuram Zoo,  Neyyar Dam, Sri Padmanabhaswamy Temple, Shankumugham Beach, Karikkakom Chamundi Devi Temple, Neyyar Wildlife Sanctuary, Vellayani Lake,  Academy for Mountaineering and Adventure Sports, Sri Chitra Art Gallery, and Natural History Museum.

10.Nelliyampathy

Nelliyampathy

Nelliyampathy

Nelliyampathy, these misty mountains are perfect to visit when you want a break from your regular lifestyle. This hill station will offer you the enchanting beauty of nature including lush green grounds of tea, coffee and cardamom plantation. The natural aroma of the coffee, tea, and cardamom always stays in the air and keeps mood refreshing all day. This place is also an ideal option for camping, hiking, and trekking. This place will definitely give the most memorable and thrilling adventure for your life.  Seethargundu Viewpoint is the most popular location in Nelliyampathy that is situated on a cliff and presents the most jaw-dropping view of green dense forests. Here, you will feel the freshness in the air and soul-soothing aroma. You cannot miss the chance to take a glimpse of this place when you visit Kerala.
Famous tourist attractions in Nelliyampathy are Raja’s Cliff, Pothundi Dam, Nenmara, Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary, Padagiri, Pothundi Reservoir, Seethargundu Viewpoint, and Nelliyampathy Gardens.
 
 

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1.Sabarmati Ashram-Tourist Places in Ahmedabad
2.ISKCON Temple
3.Jama Masjid
4.Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel National Museum
5.Swaminarayan Temple
6.Calico Museum of Textiles
7.Kankaria Zoo
8.Nagina Wadi
9.Jhulta Minar
10.Open Air Theatre

 

Ahmadabad city of Gujarat is an epitome of diversity enriched with the beauty and culture of India. This city is glimpses of everything that starts from incredible heritage and ends on handmade merchandise. Enriched with both tradition and modernism, this city has become a point of attraction for a number of tourists because of their varied interests here. Here is a list of best tourist places in Ahmadabad that would definitely help all the wanderlusts to plan their next trip.

1.Sabarmati Ashram

10 Best Tourist Places in Ahmedabad

Sabarmati Ashram

      
If you are looking for peace and calmness, Sabarmati Ashram is the place for you. It is also famous from the other names like Satyagraha Ashram, Gandhi Ashram and Harijan Ashram. It was constructed by the Mahatma Gandhi after returning from South Africa in 1915 on the banks of the Sabarmati River in Gujarat. He used to do work associated with agriculture, Khadi Udyog and animal husbandry here.
This Ashram depicts the lifestyle of Mahatma Gandhi including both his success and failure during the attempts to develop India, due to which it has become the first sight of attraction for tourists in Ahmadabad. It also tells about the family of Mahatma Gandhi, his wife, his parents and his way of leading a successful life.
Opening Hours: Everyday, 8:30 AM to 6:30 PM
Entry: Free
Location: Gandhi Smarak Sangrahalaya, Ashram Road, Ahmadabad.

2.ISKCON Temple

ISKCON Temple

ISKCON Temple

The divine temple of ISKCON is also by the name “Hare Krishna Mandir” and devotees come here from all around the world to seek the blessings of Lord Krishna. This temple is one of the must visit places in Ahmadabad, situated on a large 4 acre land full of flowers and gorgeous greenery. This temple has a calm and refreshing environment that is soothing for both mind as well as soul. This temple is mainly dedicated to “Radha and Krishna” but also has the idols of other gods in Hindu mythology. The Architecture of this temple is incredible and remains always filled with the divine chanting of “Hare Rama Hare Krishna”.
Opening Hours : Everyday, 4:30 AM to 1 PM and 4 PM to 9 PM.
Entry: Free
Location: Sarkhej – Gandhinagar Hwy, near BRTS Bus Stop, Satellite, Ahmedabad, Gujarat 380059

3.Jama Masjid

Jama Masjid

Jama Masjid

Jama Masjid is one of the most amazing sites to visit in Ahmadabad. This majestic mosque was built in 1424 by the Sultan Ahmed Shah and carries a large history in different eras of time. Its beauty and architecture are remarked as the highest watermarked design in western India. You can visit here for historical photo shoot and sightseeing. Don’t miss to grab the sight of yellow sandstone architecture at the courtyard which is a perfect blend of Muslim and Hindu styles. Also, it is surrounded by the calm greenery that soothes the mind and soul.
Opening Hours: All days of week, 6 AM to 8 PM. (Mosque doors remain closed during praying times for visitors).
Entry: Free
Location: Manek Chowk, Gandhi Rd, Danapidth, Khadia, Ahmedabad, Gujarat 380001

4.Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel National Museum

Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel National Museum

Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel National Museum

  
This museum was built between the years 1618 to 1622. At first it was used as the governor’s residence and converted later into the museum by Shri Babubhai Jashbhai Patel, CM of Gujarat, as the remembrance mark of our beloved Prime Minister Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel. It depicts a brief history about our dearest leader Sardar Patel including his achievements, thoughts and lifestyle. 3D interactive shows also happen here to give a great presentation to the visitors on the life work of Sardar Patel.
Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday from 9:30 AM to 5:00 PM. Timing for 3D interactive show is from 7:00 PM to 7:45 PM.
Entry fee: INR 20 per person.
Location: Gandhi-Sardar Smruthi Chowk, opp. Circuit House, Shahibag, Ahmedabad, Gujarat 380004

5.Swaminarayan Temple

Swaminarayan Temple

Swaminarayan Temple

   
Swaminarayan Temple, the crucial wonder of India is a remarkable example of incredible architecture and jaw dropping styles. The milky white buildings of this temple hold the glory of Indian tradition and culture. It is also worth mentioning for its detailed carvings that make it one of the best temples in Ahmadabad. The calming and soothing environment of this temple attracts a lot of visitors.
Opening hours: All days of week, 6 AM to 7 PM
Entry fee: Free
Location: Swaminarayan Mandir Road, Old City, Kalupur, Ahmedabad, Gujarat 380001

6.Calico Museum of Textiles

Calico Museum of Textiles

Calico Museum of Textiles

Calico Museum is one of the oldest museums in the country dedicated to textiles.  It is managed by the Sarabhai Foundation and famous for its versatile range of unique and incredible textiles that holds the glory and history of India and its culture. It offers a mesmerizing collection of fabrics, artifacts and textiles, eye catching Kashmiri shawls, rare and antique textiles, dyed fabrics and many more.  Various art items can also be seen here such as Indian miniature paintings, Jain art items, Pichwai paintings, handicraft, and tribal arts.
Opening hours: opens every day except Wednesday from 10 AM to 12:30 PM and 2:45 PM to 4:30 PM
Entry: Free
Location: The Retreat, Airport Rd, Opp. Rani Sati Mandir, Jain Colony, Shahibag, Ahmedabad, Gujarat 380004

7.Kankaria Zoo

Kankaria Zoo

Kankaria Zoo

  
Kankaria Zoo was established in 1951 on the banks of kankaria lake and also known by the name Kamla Nehru Zoological Garden. This zoo is the best tourist place to visit with family and kids. Here you can see rare and endangered species of birds, alligators and crocodiles, Butterfly Park, Nagin Vadi, Rasala Nature Park, NH Museum, Balvatika and Water Park, Nocturnal Animal House. This zoo is equipped with the utmost safety for visitors especially kids. Here you can explore various new species while going on a memorable and thrilling experience.
Opening hours: This zoo has different timings for different seasons. From March to October it opens from 9 AM to 6:15 PM and the timing from November to February is 9 AM to 5 PM.
Entry fee: INR 20 per person. Entry for educational tours is free on every Thursday.
Location: Maninagar, Ahmedabad, Gujarat

8.Nagina Wadi

Nagina Wadi

Nagina Wadi

   
It is a garden themed amusement park located in the heart of Kankaria Lake. It is surrounded by the pathway of straight lined green trees. Water of this lake is clean and serene. This place has a soft calmness that will definitely give you peace of mind. It also has multiple food stalls where you can have taste of the street food of Ahmadabad. This place is perfect to spend quality time with your loved ones.
Opening hours: 9 AM to 11 PM
Entry: Free
Location: Nr.Kankaria Lake, Front Gate No.6, Gujarat 380002

9.Jhulta Minar

Jhulta Minar

Jhulta Minar

Jhulta minar is famous for its unsolvable mystery. It has one of the most intriguing architectures of all time that can easily fascinate any visitor. This place has a mystery revolving around it from the historical time that if one of the minaret is shaken by anybody, the other minarets also start shaking on their own after a few seconds. The Mystery arises from the point that no connecting passage is found between the minarets that could transfer the vibration to facilitate the movement in other minarets.
Opening hours: 5:30 AM – 9 PM
Entry: Free
Location: Kalupur Road Sarangpur, Laxmi Bazar, Ahmedabad, Gujarat 380002

10.Open Air Theatre

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Jhulta Minar

Open Air Theatre is a unique cinema hall that allows you to watch a movie under the open sky of shining stars. Here you can spend quality time with your loved ones and have a unique admiring experience. It also has stalls where you can eat and enjoy your movie. This Open Air Theatre will surely give you a night that you will remember lifelong. It is one of the most amazing places to visit in Ahmadabad at night.
Opening hours: Everyday
Entry: As per the price of movie ticket.
Location: Sunset Drive in Cinema, Drive In Road, Ahmedabad 380054, Gujarat.

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Places to Visit in Thekkady

1.Pandikuzhi
2.Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary
3.Murikkady
4.Chellarkovil
5.Kumily
6.Mangla Devi Temple
7.Mullaperiyar Dam
8.Spring Valley Mountain
9.Elephant Junction
10.Ramakkalmedu

11.Green Park Ayurvedic and Spices Plantation
12.Thekkady Lake
13.Kadathanadan Kalari Centre

One must visit this place for once in their life to have a tranquilizing experience.  Here, we are presenting a list of the most wonderful places to visit in Thekkady for your next trip:

1.Pandikuzhi

Top 10 Places to Visit in Thekkady Pandikuzhi

Pandikuzhi

Pandikuzhi is definitely an enchanting location for all nature lovers. This place is perfect for those who want to take a break from daily life hassle. This place is located between the Chellarkovil and Tamil Nadu Border and considered as one of the best picnic spot in Thekkady. The beauty of this place is highly delightful for those who love cameras and photography. Here, you can easily find deep green valleys and various varieties of exotic flora and fauna plants along with the refreshing aroma of unique flowers and splashing waterfalls.
If you have been stuck in your daily life chores, Pandikuzh would definitely be a relaxing and rejuvenating destination for you. You can stay here at High Range Residency, Silent Summit Cottage and Lake Queen.

2.Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary

Top 10 Places to Visit in Thekkady Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary

Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary

Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary or Periyar National park is a jaw-dropping place with the most incredible wildlife and scenic beauty. Here you can easily find a large number of Elephants and Tigers. Spread across a large area of 350 sq km (140 sq mi), this place was announced as a national park in 1982.
Entry Fee: INR 25 For Indians and INR 300 for international tourists

3.Murikkady

Top 10 Places to Visit in Thekkady Murikkady

Murikkady

This place is famous for its coffee, tea and cardamom plantation. Visitors can easily feel the refreshing aroma of these plants in air. You can visit here with your friends and family to get lost in the beauty of nature. This place will definitely relax your mind and calm your soul.
Best stay options here are Sterling Holiday Woods n Spice and The Elephant Court and Palace Avenue Hill Top.

4.Chellarkovil

Places to Visit in Thekkady Chellarkovil

Chellarkovil

The stunning natural beauty of Chellarkvoli has made it one of the best tourist places in Thekkady. This place will give you the calming solitude that helps in relaxing and rejuvenating the mind and soul. The mesmerizing beauty of Chellarkvoli waterfall is picture-worthy and will definitely give you an amazing experience to remember for life.

5.Kumily

Top 10 Places to Visit in Thekkady Kumily

Kumily

This town is filled with lush green long meadows that are highly enchanting. It is pollution free and here one can experience the true essence of nature’s creation.

6.Mangla Devi Temple

Top 10 Places to Visit in Thekkady Mangla Devi Temple

Mangla Devi Temple

7.Mullaperiyar Dam

Top 10 Places to Visit in Thekkady Mullaperiyar Dam

Mullaperiyar Dam

It is a great picnic spot and you can visit here with your family and friends.

8.Spring Valley Mountain

10 Places to Visit in Thekkady

Spring Valley Mountain

This mountain is an excellent location for trekking, hiking, and camping. If you love adventure you can come here to have a thrilling experience.

9.Elephant Junction

Top Places to Visit in Thekkady Elephant Junction

Elephant Junction

Elephant junction is a famous tourist attraction in the whole state of Kerala. People who visit Thekkady cannot afford to miss this place. This place provides you the opportunity to stand along with elephants and feed them with your hands. It is fun place and perfect to spent time with your friends and family. Here, you can have a thrilling adventure and experience to remember for life.
Entry Fee: INR 400 (Depends on the time of activity)

10.Ramakkalmedu

Top 10 Places to Visit in Thekkady

Ramakkalmedu

Ramakkalamedu is a small hill station that you cannot miss to visit in your Thekkady trip. The most significant tourist attraction here is the statues of Kuruvan and Kuruthi. Other than these statues, people love to enjoy the serene natural beauty of this place. Its greenery has the refreshing aroma of cardamom, pepper, tea and rubber that calms the mind.

11.Green Park Ayurvedic and Spices Plantation

Top 10 Places to Visit in Thekkady

Green Park Ayurvedic and Spices Plantation

The environment of this place is highly aromatic and soul-soothing. The lush green color of fields will definitely help you in calming the soul and mind.
Entry Fee: INR 100

12.Thekkady Lake

Top 10 Places to Visit in Thekkady

Thekkady Lake

Word Thekkady means forests and wildlife in the English language and this is what Thekkady Lake is all about. You can take a boat and experience the activities and many animals from close.

13.Kadathanadan Kalari Centre

Top 10 Places to Visit in Thekkady

Kadathanadan Kalari Centre

Experts perform Kalaripayattu martial arts here under complete safety and security. If you are interest in knowing the culture of Kerala and its beautiful city Thekkady, you must visit this place.

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