IN AROUND GURGAON
Ambience, one of the biggest shopping malls in Gurgaon, and they’ve sung praises of this gigantic, vibrant shopping place. And Ambience Mall really is all that they say it is – a happy place filled with the best of brands like Zara, Ritu Kumar, Fab India, Marks & Spencer, MAC, Masaba, Sephora, Steve Madden and many more for you to shop from. Plus, it has a huge food court with several great restaurants like Jamie’s Pizzeria, Mamagoto and Punjab Grill to dine at.

Fun City and Smaaash offer hours of fun for the kids, and PVR multiplex brings to you the best of movies. Regular events at the mall also give the mall-goers something new and fun to get busy with. Be cautioned though as the place can get crowded on weekends. Game it by reaching really early in the day.
Address: NH 8, Ambience Island, Gurgaon
Timing: 10.00 am – 10.00 pm

Ambience Mall
One of the oldest shopping malls in Gurgaon, the MGF Metropolitan takes the cake on the Mile for many reasons – abundance of renowned brands like United Colors of Benetton, Reebok and Meena Bazaar, indie brands like Anantam and Baggit, all-in-one outlets like Shoppers Stop, coffee places right next to the kids’ play area (a blessing for tired moms and dads!) and the PVR multiplex that offers the season’s top movies.

Om Book Store right in front of Barista is stocked with the latest fiction and non-fiction titles plus a whole section for the kiddies and you could lose yourself here! Several casual dining options like Dunkin’ Donuts and Haldiram’s beckon you with goodies, and there’s a Keventer’s to fuel you up on the go. It only helps that the Metropolitan (as it is popularly known) is right next to the MG Road Metro Station.
Address: MG Road, Gurgaon
Timing: 10.00 am – 9.30 pm

MGF Metropolitan
Right opposite the Metropolitan is DLF City Center, another early one in the mall race in Gurgaon, and a real chill place to hang out with friends. You could watch a movie at the DT multiplex, shop for shoes at various dedicated outlets, hunt down that perfect sari at Meena Bazaar or get the best for your home at the Lifestyle store.

Fabulous eateries like Moti Mahal, Coco Palm’s, Ruby Tuesday and Sbarro among others give you ample dining options and if you just want a coffee, you could get a fabulous one at Barista on the ground floor. The parking is huge and the MG Road Metro Station is right outside so getting here is easy. It’s the getting out that’s the challenge!
Address: DLF Phase 2, MG Road, Gurgaon
Timing: Open 24 hours

DLF City Center
One of the only shopping malls in Gurgaon focused largely on apparel and accessories, Gurgaon Central has four floors full of it! Casual and formal outfits for women, kids and men come from some of the best designer brands like John Miller, Pepe Jeans, Vero Moda, Global Desi, Indigo Nation and accessories from Ray-Ban, Color Bar, Titan and more.

Offerings vary to match seasons and festivals, and there are great deals for bargain hunters too. When you’re looking to refresh your closet, this shopping mall in Gurgaon is the best place to go to.
Address: Sector 25, MG Road, Gurgaon
Timing: 11.30 am – 9.30 pm

Gurgaon Central
A cavernous space holding a variety of brands for you to shop for your home and wardrobe, several bars and pubs for a fun evening out and arcade game parlors for the kids…there’ll be many reasons for you to visit MGF Megacity, one of the newer shopping malls in Gurgaon that lie on the Mall Mile. Easily accessible by Metro, Megacity has a relaxed vibe that lets you have all the fun without jostling with the crowds.


Address: DLF Phase 1, MG Road, Gurgaon
Timing: 10.00 am – 11.00 pm

MGF Megacity
Another one of the oldest shopping malls in Gurgaon, Sahara Mall opened up in 2001 and has since then played to crowds looking for anything from eventful bars and pubs to casual shopping options and delish food choices. Big Bazaar, which occupies 3 floors, is a one-stop shop for families looking to stock up their kitchens and homes with monthly supplies and snacks.

The carnival-like vibe at the mall is further enhanced by carts selling ice creams, masala corn and bakery goods, and the recently added PVR cinema at the top floor ensures you don’t have to go too far for some light entertainment.
Address: Near Sikanderpur Metro Station, MG Road, Gurgaon
Timing: 10.00 am – 11.00 pm

Sahara Mall
Sariska National Park is amongst the most visited national parks of the country and is located in the Alwar area of Jaipur, Rajasthan. Situated around 107 kilometers far from Jaipur, this national park covers an unfathomable span of 800 sq. kilometers territory and is overseen by the Government of Rajasthan. The National Park is partitioned into segments of deciduous forests, fields, rough scenes, and steep precipices.

Moreover, the national park has dry and dusty look during the summer season, but with the beginning of monsoon, the look of the park changes greatly and a good bit of greenery can be seen.
Entry Fee of Sariska National Park
Indians – INR 80/- per person
Foreigners – INR 470/- per person
Video Camera – INR 400/-
Dress : It is advised to wear soft / cotton / casual clothes and comfortable shoes for your wildlife tours.
Hunting : According to Indian Law – Hunting is serious criminal offence, so it’s advised don’t hunt or cause any harm to animals.
Address: Subhash Chowk Station road malakhera, Alwar, Rajasthan 301406
Timing: 6am – 9:44pm

Sariska National Park
A perfect weekend getaway from Delhi, Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary is an amazing escape, especially for nature lovers and birding enthusiasts. It is home to a number of migratory birds and is a great spot for spotting the various species, especially during winters. Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary is located at a distance of 40 kilometres from Dhaula-Kuan in Delhi on the Gurgaon-Farukh Nagar Road. There are astonishing 250 species of birds here during the peak season, i.e. September and during winters.

Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary has been declared to be a National Park by the Haryana Government and is home to a plethora of resident and migratory birds. The varied species of migratory birds flock here after covering incredible distances from various parts of Europe, Siberia and Central Asia. To make the process of bird watching more feasible, there are about four towers erected at different points of this property.
Entry Fee of Sariska National Park
Indians – INR 5/- per person
Foreigners – INR 40/- per person
Video Camera – INR 500/-

Address: Gurgaon Farukh Nagar Rd, Sultanpur, Gurugram, Haryana 122006
Timing: 7:00 AM - 4:30 PM (Closed on Tuesday)

Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary
Sohna Hills is a wonderful attraction near Delhi. Sohna is a town located in the Gurgaon district in the state of Haryana. The term Sohna means ‘Gold’. Once the gold dust was collected from the sands of the streams flowing around this place and hence, it was named Sohna. This destination is also popular for its hot water springs. The sulphur springs here have temperature ranging between 46°C to 51.7°C. During the ancient time, this destination was called the abode of hermits. Sonha Hills is 56 km from Delhi, and the best way to go to this arresting destination from Delhi is by a car.

Sohna Hills is a picturesque destination located at an altitude of 212 mtrs at the foothills of Aravallis. A wonderful fair is organized here in November every year. And the Teej festival, which falls in the month of July/August, is also celebrated with great enthusiasm here. The huge park on the top of the hill is a famous attraction here. It houses a restaurant and offers lodging facilities. This park offers picturesque views of the town. There is also a swimming pool with water flowing from the wall murals.

Sohna Hills & Boating
The Aravallis are among the oldest mountain ranges having evolved about 1500 million years ago, and extend from Gujarat through Rajasthan to Haryana–Delhi. The spurs of the Aravallis are popularly known as the Delhi Ridge in Delhi which is divided into the Northern, Central, South Central and Southern Ridge.

The Aravalli Biodiversity Park is located on the South Central Ridge and spreads over an area of 692 acres. The area is bounded clockwise by JNU (Nelson Mandela Marg), the Mehrauli - Mahipalpur road, NH-8 and the Palam road and the southern boundary of Vasant Vihar. The landscape is undulating with gentle slopes and dotted with numerous morrum and clay mined pits of different sizes, depths and shapes.
Address: Mehrauli-Gurgaon Rd, near Guru Dronacharya Metro Station, DLF Phase 3, Sector 24, Gurugram, Haryana 122002
Timing: 5–11am, 3–7pm

Aravali Biodiversity Park
Leisure Valley Park is located in Gurgaon and is composed with lush greenery with much wanted serenity and tranquility which is the perfect places to go away and spend such relax time. The place is ideal for all nature’s lovers. Many events like concerts, parties take place.

The place is attracted for musical fountain which is conducted in night hours, where the water lurks with the tune of the music, the place glitters at night and present as alluring view. The café known as Roots Café is very popular and frequented by youngsters. The park took a sharp fame in evenings and weekends as of the emergence of crowdies. The place is a must go to befit oneself in the midst of nature.
Address: 287, NH 8, Sector 29, Gurugram, Haryana 122021
Timing: 5am - 9pm

Leisure Valley Park
Kingdom of Dreams is one of the first live entertainment and leisure destinations in India. Covering an area of around 24,281.13 sq. m, the place is under the administrative control of Great India Nautanki Company, which is a joint venture of Wizcraft and Apra group. Comprising Nautanki Mahal, Showshaa Theatre, Culture Gully, Idea Buzz Lounge and a Theme Restaurant, this place is one of the popular tourist attractions in Gurgaon.

Designed like a traditional Indian Palace, Nautanki Mahal is the main attraction of this place. Nautanki Mahal is basically an auditorium with seating capacity of 850 people. Live shows and performances are held in this auditorium every night (except Monday) from 8:30 pm to 10:45 pm.
Address: Auditorium Complex Near IFFCO Metro Station, Sector 29, Gurugram, Haryana 122001

Kingdom of Dreams
An amusement as well as a water park, Fun ’N’ Food Village is the ideal place to give your kids a break from all their school woes. It has cool rides (including the staples like the ferris wheel and a columbus) and multi-cuisine food stops.

With so many fun rides, Fun N Food Village is an awesome place to let loose and spend some quality time with your fam. It's open on all days, and tickets for a couple will cost you INR 2,000 and INR 500 for a child respectively.
Address: Old Delhi Gurgaon Road, Kapashera, New Delhi
Timing: 10am - 7pm

Fun N Food Village
iSKATE – Ice Skating and café is India's first natural ice skating rink and café located in Ambience Mall Gurgaon, offering a unique experience of leisure and physical activity. From those looking to experience ice skating for the first time to those keen to master their skills, iSKATE is a destination of endless fun for everyone.

iSKATE is a one stop entertainment destination spread over 15,000 sq. ft. spread over 2 floors with a lounge and ample arena seating to facilitate all kinds of events and parties. The key attractions are a natural ice rink, in house DJ, state of the art sound and light audio systems, karaoke room, a bar, specialty food and beverage counters and gourmet ice cream parlor. Lockers and changing room facilities are also available.
Address: 6th Ambience Mall, NH-8, Gurugram, Haryana 122001
Timing: 10am - 10pm

iSKATE
Leisure Valley Park is located in Gurgaon and is composed with lush greenery with much wanted serenity and tranquility which is the perfect places to go away and spend such relax time. The place is ideal for all nature’s lovers. Many events like concerts, parties take place.

The place is attracted for musical fountain which is conducted in night hours, where the water lurks with the tune of the music, the place glitters at night and present as alluring view. The café known as Roots Café is very popular and frequented by youngsters. The park took a sharp fame in evenings and weekends as of the emergence of crowdies. The place is a must go to befit oneself in the midst of nature.
Address: Leisure Valley Rd, Sector 29, Gurugram, Haryana 122022
Timing: 11am - 7pm

Oyster's Water Park
Heritage Transport Museum is India's first Transport Museum and an upcoming initiative of Heritage Transportation Trust (HTT), a non-profit registered trust that aims to educate a diverse audience about the history of transportation in India and pass on the history for generations to come. As a center for collection, research, preservation, education and display of Indian Transport history, the Heritage Transport Museum will showcase the evolution of transportation in India. It will depict a social history of the way we were, the way we are now and the way of the future. The Heritage Transport Museum is situated on a three acre plot, off National Highway 8 at Tauru-Gurgaon. A built up area of over 90,000 square feet of air conditioned space spread over four floors houses the exhibition galleries, library and reference centre, conference rooms, mini auditorium, the museum shop, and a restaurant facility.


Address: Bilaspur - Taoru Road (Major District Road 132), Off NH 8 (Bilaspur Chowk), Taoru, Gurugram, Haryana 122105
Timing: 10am - 7pm

Heritage Transport Museum
Shri Sheetala Mata Mandir (Masani Temple)also referred as ‘Shakti Peeth’ is a well known temple located one and a half kilometers in the suburbs of Gurgoan near a beautiful pond. The presiding deity of the temple is Shri Mata Sheetla Devi also known by the names Bhagat Lalita Ma and Masani Ma is the incarnation of Goddess Durga. The word Sheetala refers to the disease smallpox and it is believed that the person’s suffering from this disease will be surely recovered by praying to Sheetla Devi . The statue of the deity, weighing 4kg is made up of mixed metal with gold polish and is kept in a wooden casket which is in turn placed on a small marble platform in the temple.

There is a legend about this temple. There was a shrine, sacred to the goddess Devi, locally known as Masani at the village of Kesopur in the Delhi district. Some two hundred and fifty years ago according to tradition, the Goddess appeared in a dream to one Singha, a Jat of some influence and a resident at the village of Gurgoan. The Devi communicated to Singha that she wished to leave Kesopur and directed him to construct a shrine for her in his village. At the same time, she authorised the fortunate Singha to appropriate all the offerings at her shrine. The orders of the goddess were promptly carried out. The shrine was built and flourished, its fame spreading far and wide.
Address: Gurugram, Haryana
Timing: 5am - 10pm

Sheetla Devi Temple
A partly-in-ruins temple in Gurgaon, Sitaram Mandir, as the name suggests is dedicated to Lord Ram and his consort, Sita. Located in Farrukhnagar area of the place, this temple is one of the places of worship for the Hindus. One of the most distinct aspects of the temple is its architectural style. The temple is a three-dome structure and resembles a mosque. Another unique fact is that though Sitaram Mandir is a temple that looks like a mosque, it also serves the function of a gurudwara


Address: Gali Number 5, Ashok Vihar, Ashok Vihar Phase- 1, Gurugram, Haryana 122006
Timing: 6am - 11pm

Sitaram Mandir
Masani Temple is a popular shrine in Gurgaon, which is dedicated to Goddess Masani. The temple is thronged by devotees, whose children are suffering from small-pox, as a visit to the temple is considered as the best antidote for the disease.

According to legend, there was a temple of Masani Devi in Kesopur village. One day the native of the village, Singha dreamt that Goddess Masani wanted to leave the village. In his dream, goddess instructed him to build a temple for her in Gurgaon. The main attraction of the temple is the annual Masani Fair, which is held during the month of April or May.
Address: Bilaspur - Taoru Road (Major District Road 132), Off NH 8 (Bilaspur Chowk), Taoru, Gurugram, Haryana 122105
Timing: 6am - 8pm

Masani Temple
The Aliwardi Masjid in Gurgaon is considered to be a holy worship place that is situated 2kms north of the old tehsil office. The 200 years old mosque was constructed by Nawab Aliwardi Khan, the founder of Aliwardi Village. Aliwardi Mosque is designed with elegant Islamic architecture and they conduct various sports activities during any Islamic festivals and events.


Address: 2 Km From Old Tehsil Office, Gurgaon, Haryana 122001, India
Timing: 6:00 AM -8:00 PM

Aliwardi Masjid
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Address: Block S, Uppal Southend, Sector 49, Block S, Uppal Southend, Sector 49, Gurugram, Haryana


Sai Dham Temple
The town was famous for its salt trade till the British put a ban on it in the early 1900s. The rich cultural heritage of the town can be gauged by the presence of historically significant monuments like the Jama Masjid, the Sheesh Mahal, Sethani ki Chattri, several Havelis and the Sultanpur National Park which make it a famous tourist destination.

Farrukh Nagar Fort is a prominent attraction in Gurgaon district. The fort has three gateways (Darwaza) to the city. Among these gates, the Dilli Darwaza is most astonishing and has artistically decorated bastions. We can see the remnants of this fort where once, nearly 4000 people lived. Farrukh Nagar Fort was established in 1732 by Faujdar Khan who served as a Governor to Emperor Farrukhsiyar. The other two entrances are Patli Darwaza and Jhajjari Darwaza.
Address: Jhajjar Rd, Farukh Nagar, Haryana


Farrukh Nagar Fort
The Shish Mahal was the residential palace of Faujdar Khan, the governor appointed by Emperor Farrukh Siyar, the great grandson of emperor Aurangzeb. The palace was built by Khan in 1733 AD. The Diwan-e-Aam of the palace is a rectangular structure made of sandstone. It is built on a high plinth with mirrors fixed in the wooden ceiling and on the backside of the wall, that gave the palace its name of Shish Mahal or glass palace. A continuous water flow in the artificial channel in front of Diwan-e-Aam was provided by a fountain pool made over the plinth.

Sheesh Mahal is a great architecture of history. It is establish in farukh nagar of Gurgaon. Its architecture is so good and awesome. It is a beautiful palace. This famous building is a rectangular made of stone, slate and lime and is decorated with beautiful mirror work. The most beautiful attractions of this building is the jail, which was used as a torture chamber in ancient times.
Address: Farrukh Nagar, District-Gurgaon


Sheesh Mahal
An elaborate memorial cenotaph in the shape of a two-storeyed chhatri, which is a pillar pavilion is situated on the Jhajjar road at the entrance to the town. It has eight arched openings on each floor and floral decorative motifs are used profusely. Chhatri though typical to Rajasthani architecture, it was later adapted into Mughal architecture. The name suggests that it belonged to a merchants wife, and is decorated with inscriptions and frescoes from Haroti region in Rajasthan.

Sethani Ki Chhatri
The Pataudi Palace in Neemrana, also known as Ibrahim Kothi has re-posessed by Saif Ali Khan from a private hospitality major that had run it as a luxury heritage hotel. The original palace of the Nawabs of Pataudi, sprawled across 10 acres, it had been designed on the lines of the colonial architecture of “Imperial India”, and specifically that of those in the nation’s capital.

Stunning verandahs frame vast skies with views over the garden of roses and cypress. The bedrooms are spacious, royal, dream spaces with old-style baths, while the table is fine Nawabi cuisine with Bhopal-Rampur savours. A magnificient conference room retains the flavour of historic meetings where you too can confer.
Address: Village Pataudi,District Gurgaon 122503 India.


Pataudi Palace
The Church of Epiphany in Gurugram is strongly evocative of those local parish churches in rural England that one imagines must be frequented by the kind of people who populate Jane Austen’s drawing room novels. Tucked in a corner of the quiet Civil Lines, the church celebrated its 150th anniversary in January last year. It was consecrated in 1866 by the Bishop of Calcutta for a handful of British officers serving in the district during that time—reveals a brief history inscribed in the church garden.

The church is tiny and feels as intimate as one’s own home, but it is situated far back in the past. This becomes especially noticeable on gazing upon a second church built some years ago within the same compound. Larger and sleeker, it is like a fashionable cousin visiting from the big city, but the walls and windows of this new church are like any wall or window in Gurugram.
Address: Civil Lines, Gurgaon-122001


The Church of Epiphany