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Planning a trip to Hyderabad city, India

By hiocuser1

Hyderabad is one of the oldest historical cities with many attractive places as tourist destinations for the visitors. The enchanting landmarks, delicious cuisine, delightful shopping, the rich mixed culture and historical traditions clearly distinguish Hyderabad from other cities. Added to it, this beautiful and bustling city has emerged as the tech hub for many... »

Karmanghat – A Must Visit Oldest Hanuman Temple in Hyderabad

By HIOC Team

The “Dhyana Anjaneya Swamy” temple or “Hanuman” temple of Karmanghat is the oldest temple in Hyderabad. It has a great history associated with temple construction and history behind the name “Karmanghat”. However, this temple has not been talked about much or brought to limelight anytime, which is a very surprising fact! »

How to Plan a 4 Day Trip to Hyderabad

By correspondent

Are you planning for a four days trip to Hyderabad, but confused on how to plan the trip and what are the places to visit? Well, we are here to solve this confusion for you. We have given you a day wise plan so that you can enjoy your visit fully in Hyderabad. Read... »

Top Tourist Places to Visit in Hyderabad – Built After 1947

By correspondent

Hyderabad offers a variety of tourist attractions from heritage monuments, lakes, gardens, resorts, to authentic cuisine and an amazing shopping experience. Read the article to know some of the heritage tourist places in Hyderabad that were built after 1947. »

Top Heritage Tourist Places to Visit in Hyderabad – Built Before 1947

By correspondent

Hyderabad is known for its masterpieces like Charminar and Golkonda fort. There are number of historical monuments that are major attractions. Not only are the historical monuments famous, but there are other popular attractions, read this article to know more about the top heritage tourist places to visit in Hyderabad, built before 1947. »

Golconda and Charminar are Top Favorite Spots for Foreign Tourists

By HIOC Team

3 Aug 11: As per the data released by India’s Department of Culture, the number of foreign tourists visiting the city’s historic tourist spots, Golconda and Charminar has doubled in 2010-11. Based on the data of sale of centralized tickets at each monuments collected from the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI), Golconda fort is... »

Hyderabad to Get Yet another New Museum

By HIOC Team

To project the 400 year old history of Hyderabad, the authorities of Salar Jung Museum has begun the work on a proposed “Town Hall” for setting up a unique Museum which will be housed in the Quli Qutub Shah Urban Development Authority building at Darulshifa in the old city. This is the first of... »

Presidential Palace Open to Public Viewing

By HIOC Team

The Rashtrapati Nilayam at Bollarum is open for common people to visit from January 1 to 10. This decision comes in support of the various people-friendly initiatives proposed by the president Mrs. Prathibha Devisingh Patil. She visited the house recently to inaugurate the herbal garden in its premises. The garden consists of 116 varieties... »

Revolving Tower at Lumbini Park to be a New Attraction in City

By HIOC Team

A 65 foot tall revolving tower has been erected at Lumbini Park, with an intention to provide whole view of the city from higher point. Lumbini being a major tourist spot in the city, this addition comes as a measure to enhance the experience of the people visiting the park. The tower is 65... »

Qutub Shahi Tombs in the Race to Get Heritage Tag

By HIOC Team

After one year of serious efforts by conservation architects, historians, stake holders, tourism officials, the final report for addition of Qutub Shahi tombs, Charminar and Golconda to the list of “World Heritage Site” by UNESCO is made ready. State Government had taken this responsibility, as a measure to make Hyderabad as one of the... »

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