Prior planning your Gurgaon vacation you should be familiar with where you must visit
during the trip.
Kingdom of Dreams:
It is one of the most captivating tourist spots in the city. Kingdom of Dreams is an
amazing spectacle that harbors the nation's art, cuisine, culture, heritage and other
performing arts. It is located close to the Leisure Valley Park.
Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary:
It is a delightful gift of nature to all bird watchers. Located Gurgaon District, government
declared it as a Bird Sanctuary in the year 1972. This protected are houses over 250
species of birds, including both migratory and resident birds.
Founded in the year 2007, this huge shopping mall is situated on the Delhi-Gurgaon
border and is amongst the renowned malls in the city. It offers entertainment to the
visitors like the PVR Blu-o (Bowling Alley), iStake (an indoor ice-skating rink) and a
seven screen PVR cinema multiplex.
Rajiv Gandhi Renewable Energy Park:
The Rajiv Gandhi Renewable Energy Park or RGREP is an energy center which is
an ideal place for various activities like, solar car rides, environment film screenings,
awareness camps, working with energy renewable models. This beautiful green park is
a perfect place for having fun with knowledge.
Located near the Aravalli hills, Damdama Lake is one of the largest lakes in Haryana.
It is a great place for day trips, picnic and family outings. Boating is one of the most
famous activities of this place. The land is also known for several adventurous activities
such as rock climbing, hot air ballooning, para sailing, trekking, cycling, bungee jumping
Sheetala Devi Temple:
This famous Hindu temple is located in the suburbs of Gurgaon. It is also referred to
as a 'Shakti Peeth'; the leading deity of this temple is Mata Sheetala Devi, who is also
worshipped as the goddess of small-pox. A large number of pilgrims visit this temple
annually, especially on Mondays. So, don't give a miss to visit any of these attractions
during your Gurgaon travel.