10 Nov

7 places that make Hyderabad 2nd best place in the world

Welcome to the city that has a peculiar skyline of minarets, perplexing figures of technological hubs and culture rich institutes. Words fall short apart when it comes to describe the uniqueness of India’s most adorable city. It was Muhammed Quli Kutub Shah who founded Hyderabad in 15th century at banks of river Musi. The city has undergone gazillion changes to become an emerging power and a land to be reckoned as 2nd best place to visit in the global list of 2015. Here’s a sneak peek to the city of pearls:

Char Minar:

Char Minar

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The identity of this city is an architectural splendour, the Char Minar. Mesmerizing minarets soaring up to a height of 48.7m above the ground illuminates the embarking aura of the city’s rich history.



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One of the illustrious forts of the Indian history, Golconda is imbibed with a dexterous water supply system. This engineering marvel is famous for Fateh Rahben cannon that was used in the last siege of the fort. A sound and light show is regularly conducted to recall the glorious past of the impeccable Golconda.

Hussain Sagar Lake:


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Embracing the monolithic statue of Gautam Buddha, the picturesque Hussainsagar can seize you in its unending tranquillity. Fed by river Musi, the lake is spread across 5.7 kilometers. This majestic lake is a popular tourist attraction for boating and water sports.

Chowmahalla Palace:


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Built over 200 years ago comprising the style of European and Moghal, this elegant palace is one of the heritage sites in Hyderabad. It showcases the regaling uniqueness that offers an unflinching guest experience.

Karachi Bakery:

Karachi Bakery Hyderabad

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When in Hyderabad your taste buds can’t afford to miss the lip-smacking, ever relishing biscuits or other bakery products. At sixty years old Karachi Bakery is an iconic eatery for both the locals and tourists.

Ramoji Film City:

Ramoji Filmcity

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It is a city of dreams, art, culture and innovation. India’s largest integrated film city with a thematic holiday destination, the Ramoji Film City unfolds new vistas of Indian cinema with a galore of pride and prosperity.

Hi Tech City:


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This technological hub is a magnetizing structure with highly-advanced facilities that generates curiosity to experience innovation to another level.

So, don’t forget to enjoy the high-eights of Hyderabad if you happen to land up in this city anytime soon.

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