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Odisha: History, Information, Capital and Tourist Places in Odisha

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Odisha State Information:

Capital: Bhubaneswar
Population: 4.60 Crore
Language: Oriya
Districts: 30 (Thirty)
Odisha Govt. Official Website: www.odisha.gov.in
Odisha Chief Minister: Shri Naveen Patnaik

The tropical state of Odisha lies along the eastern seaboard of India, south of Bengal. Its main attractions are the temples of the capital Bhubaneswar, the long sandy beach at Puri and the great Sun Temple at Konark.

These three sites make a convenient and compact triangle, and Bhubaneswar is on the main Calcutta to Madras railway route.

Odisha is predominantly rural, with fertile green coastal plains rising to the hills of the Eastern Ghats. The majority of the population lives on or below the poverty line with annual per capita income one of the lowest in the country.

Largely based on agriculture, Odisha’s economy is often destabilised by natural disasters including flooding, drought, cyclone or tornado. However, flooding in the Mahanadi delta, which used to occur regularly, has been much reduced by the building of the Hirakud Dam.

The state is mineral-rich and is a big exporter of iron ore, with a large factory at Rourkela.

Few visitors venture outside the Bhubaneswar/Puri/Konark triangle and although travel off the beaten track in Odisha is often through, with few tourist facilities, it can be an interesting and rewarding experience.

History:

Odisha’s hazy past focuses with the reign of Kalinga. In 260 BC he was defeated by Ashoka, the great Indian emperor, near modern Bhubaneswar. The bloody battle left Ashoka with such a bitter taste that he converted to Buddhism and spread that gentle religion far and wide.

Buddhism soon declined in Odisha, however, and Jainism held sway until Buddhism reasserted itself in the 2nd century AD. By the 7th century AD Hinduism had, in turn, supplanted Buddhism and Orissa’s golden age began.

Under the Kesari and Ganga kings the Orissan culture flourished and countless temples from that classical period still stand today. The Oriyas managed to defy the Muslim rulers in Delhi until the region finally fell to the Moghuls during the 16th century.

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Popular Places to Visit in Odisha:

Here are list of few famous and best tourist places and destination to visit in odisha.

1. Konark:

The great temple of Konark (also known as Konarak) is three km from the coast, 33 km from Puri and 64 km from Bhubaneswar. The site consists of little more than the temple and a handful of shops, stalls and places to stay.

However, there isn’t a lot of accommodation here – yet. Several of the major hotel chains want to turn Konark into a new beach resort but planning permission for their hotels may be withheld on environmental grounds. 

The Sun Temple at Konark is the pinnacle of Odisha Temple Architecture and an UNESCO World Heritage Site. The temple is a culmination of seven hundred years of grind.

2. Chilika Lake:

South-west of Puri, Chilka Lake is dotted with islands and is noted for the many migratory birds which flock in winter (December to January) to the nesting sanctuary here. The shallow lake is about 70 km long and over ages 15 km wide, and is supposedly one of the largest brackish-water lakes in the country.

It’s separated from the sea only by a narrow sand bar. The railway line and the main road run along the inland edge of the lake. It’s a peaceful enough place but probably of greatest interest to ornithologists.

3. Puri:

The seaside resort of Puri, 60 km from Bhubaneswar, is one of the four dhams (holiest Hindu pilgrimage places in India). Religious life in the city revolves around the great Jagannath Temple and its famous Rath Yatra or Car Festival.

It is thought that Puri was the hiding place for the Buddha tooth of Kandy before it was spirited away to Sri Lanka. There are similarities between the Rath Yatra and the annual Kandy procession. Puri’s other great attraction is its long sandy beach that draws large numbers of Western travelers and Indians, especially in the October to January high season.

Parts of the beachfront are getting quite built up but it can still be a relaxing place to spend a few days. Many Indian Companies and government departments have vacation homes here but the town is mostly visited by Bengali holiday-makers.

4. Puri Beach:

Puri has a fine stretch of white sand from which Indian pilgrims bathe in their customary fully attired manner. Orissan fishers, wearing conical straw hats, guide bathers out through the surf. They’re unlikely to be much help should trouble arise, as one traveler reported, witnessing a rescue attempt: so  don’t go out of your depth unless you’ re a very strong swimmer.

Past the travelers beach to the east is the local fishing village. Many of these fishing families come from Andhra Pradesh. It’s worth getting up before sunrise to watch them head out to sea. For a little baksheesh they’ll take you with them and one traveler said ‘it was the highlight of my trip witnessing the dawn over the sea and fishing boats’.

The crude construction of the boats is unusual -they’re made of solid tree trunks and are enormously heavy. Buoyancy is achieved purely from the bulk of the wood. They’re made in, two or three pieces, split longitudinally and bound together. When not in use they’re untied and the pieces laid out on the beach to dry.

5. Pipli:

Twenty-three km from Puri, at the junction where the Konark road branches from the Bhubaneswar to Puri road, this small village is notable for its appliqué craft. The colorful materials are used to make temple umbrellas and wall hangings.

6. Cuttack:

Only 35 km north of Bhubaneswar, on the banks of the Mahanadi and Kathajuri Rivers, Cuttack was the capital of Orissa until 1950. Today it’s a chaotic and largely uninteresting place. Only a gateway and the moat remain of the 14th-century Barabati Fort. The stone revetment on the Kathajuri River, which protects the city from seasonal floods, dates from the 11th century.

The Kadam Rasul is a Muslim shrine which contains the Prophet’s footprint and has become a place of pilgrimage for Hindus as well as Muslims. Paradip, 90 km from Cuttack, is a major port and minor beach resort.

7. Lalitagiri, Udayagiri& Ratnagiri:

Buddhist relics and ruins can be found at these three hilltop complexes, north-east of Cuttack and about 100 km from Bhubaneswar. At Lalitagiri a gold casket was discovered, thought to contain relics of the Buddha, and excavations are continuing. In the village here artisans make replicas of stone sculptures.

Eight km away is Udayagiri with another monastery complex and a brick stupa.

The Ratnagiri site, five km beyond Udayagiri, has the most interesting and extensive ruins and is well worth a visit. The two large monasteries here flourished from the 6th to the 12th centuries AD. There are beautifully carved doorways, a large stupa and enormous Buddha figures.

8. Bhubaneswar:

Although it was only in 1950 that the state capital was moved from overcrowded Cuttack to Bhubaneswar, the town’s history goes back over 2000 years, as excavations at Sisuphal Garh, the remains of a ruined city, have shown.

Beside the site of the capital of ancient Kalinga, Bhubaneswar is known as Temple Town and Cathedral City on account of its many temples in the extravagant Orissan style.

9. Bindu Sagar Tank:

The Ocean Drop tank just north of the great temple is said to contain water from every holy stream, pool and tank in India. Consequently, when it comes to washing away sin this is the tank that washes cleanest.

10. State Museum:

The museum is opposite the Hotel Kalinga Ashok and has an interesting collection relating to Orissan history, culture and architecture and to the various Orissan tribes. The museum is open from 10 am to 5 pm daily, except Mondays.

11. Tribal Research Centre:

Although this is primarily an anthropological research centre, visitors are welcome. There’s an interesting outdoor display of reconstructed houses of Orissan tribal people, including the Santal, Juang, Gadaba, Saora and Kondh. Admission is free and it’s open daily from 10 am to 5 pm, except on Sunday.

12. Udayagiri & Khandagiri Caves:

A couple of km south of the new bus station in Bhubaneswar, these two hills facing each other across the road is riddled with caves, some of them ornately carved. Most are thought to have been chiselled out for Jain ascetics in the first century BC.

On the right of the road, Udayagiri, or Sunrise Hill, has the more interesting caves, which are scattered at various levels up the hill. All are numbered. At the base of the hill, round to the right, is the two-storey Rani ka Naur or Queen’s Palace Cave (Cave 1). Both levels have eight entrances and the cave is extensively carved.

13. Dhauli:

Around 260 BC, King Ashoka had his famous edicts carved onto a large rock, halfway up the hill here at Dhauli, eight km south of Bhubaneswar, just off the Puri road. After murdering large numbers of his family to gain power, then hundreds of thousands on the battlefield as he enlarged his empire, Ashoka finally ‘saw the light’ after his bloody victory at nearby Kalinga, and converted to Buddhism.

Given his past record, Ashoka was wise to choose a pen name for these edicts, referring to himself as King Piyadasi (meaning He Who Looks on Everything with Kindness). In the edicts he tells his subjects “Meritorious is abstention from killing living creatures, meritorious is abstention from reviling the unorthodox.

At the top of the hill is a dazzling white Peace Pagoda built by the Japanese in the 1970s, with older Buddha figures set into the modern structure. You can get to the place where you turn off the main road on any Puri or Konark, and from there it’s a three-km walk to Dhauli.

14. Nandankanan Zoo:

Famous for its white tigers, this zoo is 25 km north of Bhubaneswar. There are also lion and tiger safaris in ‘armored buses’, elephant rides and boating on the lake. It’s open daily from 8 am to 5 pm daily except Mondays. The nearest railway station is Barang, a couple of km from the zoo.

Odisha State Public Holidays 2019:

23rd January 2019 Subash Bose Jayanti / Vir Surendrasai Jayanti
25th January 2019 Foundation of Bramha Samaj
26th January 2019 Republic Day
4th March 2019 Maha Shivaratri
5th March 2019 Panchayatiraj Divas
21st March 2019 Dola Purnima
22nd March 2019 Holi
1st April 2019 Utkal Divas
17th April 2019 Mahavir Jayanti
19th April 2019 Good Friday
18th May 2019 Budha Purnima / Birthday of Pandit Raghunath Murmu
22nd May 2019 Birthday of Raja Rammohan Ray
3rd June 2019 Sabitri Amabasya
5th June 2019 Id-ul-Fitr
14th June 2019 Pahili Raja
15th June 2019 Raja Sankranti
4th July 2019 Ratha Yatra
12th July 2019 Bahuda Yatra
12th August 2019 Id-ul-Azha
5th August 2019 Independence Day / Jhulana Purnima
23rd August 2019 Janmasthami
2nd September 2019 Ganesh Puja
3rd September 2019 Nuakhai
9th September 2019 Moharram
28th September 2019 Mahalaya
2nd October 2019 Gandhi Jayanti
5th October 2019 Maha Saptami
7th October 2019 Maha Navami
8th October 2019 Vijaya Dashami
5th November 2019 Anla Navami
12th November 2019 Rahasa Purnima
20th November 2019 Prathamastami
24th December 2019 Christmas Eve
25th December 2019 X-Mass Day
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Salar Jung Museum Hyderabad: Timings, Clock, Entry Fee, Location

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Salar Jung Museum Entrance

Salar Jung Museum is a one-man collection of art. It was established in the year 1951. It is maintained by the Salar Jung Family. The family is one of the most illustrious families in Deccan history, five of them having been prime ministers in the erstwhile Nizam rule of Hyderabad-Deccan.

All the artifacts and art were collected by Nawab Mir Yousuf Ali Khan, more popularly known as Salar Jung III. After his death, the entire collection was left behind without an inheritor. It was the family members of the late Nawab who got together to gift the fabulous collection to the nation as there could not have been a better proposal.

Salar Jung Museum Hyderabad Hall

Salar Jung Museum is considered the third largest museum in India. It was inaugurated by the First Prime Minister of India, Jawaharlal Nehru. In the year of 1968, the entire collection of the museum and the library was shifted to the present building from Diwan Deodi.

The present building is spread over 10 acres of land and consists of 2 floors. It comprises 3 buildings namely, Eastern Block (Mir Laiq Ali Khan Bhavan), Western Block (Mir Turab Ali Khan Bhavan), and the Indian/Central Block. There are 38 galleries in these 3 buildings altogether. 27 galleries are present in the Indian/Central Block, 7 galleries in the Western Block and Eastern Block houses 4 galleries.

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The museum has a rare collection of around 43000 art objects, 9000 manuscripts, and 47000 printed books. The collection consists of one of the most famous clocks that is a 19th Century British Musical Clock. This clock was sold by Cooke and Kelvey of England. Another attraction is the Veiled Rebecca, marble statue which was created by an Italian sculptor G B Benzoni in 1876.

Salar Jung Museum Musical Clock

Salar Jung Museum Clock Show Timing:

One of the main attractions of the museum is the British Bracket Clock. Inside the clock, there’s a special thing that makes a little toy man with a beard come out 3 minutes before each hour. When it’s exactly the 60th minute, he hits a bell to match the time and then goes back inside (eg. 10 times at 10′ o clock). This clock is really cool and a lot of people come to the museum every day just to watch the toy man hit the gong at each hour.

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List of Museum Gallery:

  • Toys & Dolls Gallery
  • Flora and Fauna Gallery
  • Indian Silver Gallery
  • Carpet Gallery
  • Bidri Ware Gallery
  • Jade Gallery
  • Kashmir Gallery
  • Manuscripts
  • Utility Gallery
  • Founders’ Gallery
  • Indian Sculpture
  • Indian Textiles
  • Ivory Coach
  • Children Gallery
  • Ivory Carvings
  • Veiled Rebecca
  • Arms and Armours
  • Metal Ware
  • Indian Miniature Paintings
  • Modern Indian Paintings
  • Walking Sticks
  • Chinese Gallery
  • Eastern Porcelain Gallery
  • Japanese Gallery
  • Far Eastern Statuary Gallery
  • Far Eastern Wood-Carvings
  • European Glass Gallery
  • European Painting Gallery
  • European French Gallery
  • European Clock Gallery
  • European Bronze Sculptures Gallery
  • European Porcelain Gallery
  • European Marble Sculptures Gallery

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Salar Jung Museum Attraction

Salar Jung Museum Timings:

Days:Timings:
Saturday10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Sunday10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Monday10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Tuesday10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Wednesday10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Thursday10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Friday Closed/Holiday

Note: Other than these, the museum remains closed on govt holidays.

Salar Jung Museum Ticket Price:

  • Rs. 50 for Indian Adults (Above 18 years)
  • Rs. 20 for Indian Children (Above 5 years)
  • Rs. 500 for Foreigners
  • Rs. 50 for Still Camera/ Smartphone
  • Audio Guide ticket free with mobile Ticket
  • Government School children are allowed free up to the age of 14 years on production of ID cards and Authorization letters from School.
  • Rs. 500 fine for photography without a ticket.

Also Check: Shilparamam a Unique Crafts Village at Madhapur, Hyderabad

Museum Guidelines:

  • No Smartphones (mobiles) are allowed inside the Museum without the purchase of a photography ticket.
  • Cloak Room facility is also available to keep Mobiles/ Baggage/ Belongings on a payment basis.
  • Visitors can keep their belongings in the cloak Room and can collect their belongings before the closure of the counter i.e. before 5.15 p.m.
  • Children up to 5 years free. School children up to 18 years with id cards/Authorisation letters are allowed free entry.
  • All Smartphone users are requested to purchase the mobile ticket.
  • Penalty Rs. 500/- will be charged for using a mobile without a ticket.
  • Smoking is strictly prohibited.
  • Avail of the cloakroom facility located near the booking counter for depositing luggage.
  • Do not touch the objects on display as they are prone to disfigurement.
  • Try to avoid the use of cell phones in the gallery and take selfies.
  • Do not carry notified objects such as knives, scissors, blades, razors, matchboxes, or lighters.
  • Cooperate with the security personnel.
  • Please use a garbage box and keep the surroundings neat and clean.
  • If you are willing to make a comment or compliment, please use the suggestion book kept at the exit gate.
  • Do not use a flashlight in the gallery

Contact Details:

Official Website: www.salarjungmuseum.in

Contact Phone Numbers: 040 24576443, and 24523211

Email: salarjungmuseum1951@gmail.com

Social Media: Facebook & Twitter

Location Details:

Salar Jung Museum is located on the southern bank of the river Musi of Hyderabad, Salar Jung Museum is situated on Salar Jung Road, at Dar-ul-Shifa. It stands near the Minar Function Hall, which does act as a landmark.

Address: Salar Jung Road, Darulshifa, Hyderabad, Telangana 500002

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Shilparamam Madhapur, Hyderabad Timings, Ticket Prices, Location Details

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Shilparamam stands as a unique crafts village, established within a bustling urban center, showcasing vintage crafts, artistic expressions, cultural heritage, folk traditions, and festive commemorations. Artisans and Craftsmen from all over the country display their works in the village.

It is a very popular attraction for foreigners as well as Indian nationals. It is a perfect destination for art lovers. Other than the works, you can also enjoy Programmes, Educational shows, Folk Dances, and Traditional Music performed by Talented Performers from across the country.

Not just admiring the works, you also have the opportunity to purchase them and beautify your homes. There are many stalls available from where you can get sculptures, traditional jewelry, hand-woven saris, shawls, dresses, bed sheets, etc; and hand-crafted wooden and metal wares. You can enjoy street-style shopping too.

Shilparamam

The Shilparamam village is spread over an area of 50 acres. And to explore every corner of the place, you get various options to choose from to roam around the Village. You can choose from battery-controlled cars, bullock carts, or walk yourself around. A boating facility is also available.

The village provides a home to the people who contribute to its betterment. Various Events, Festivals, Workshops, Training camps, and Short term training classes are held in the village. Various Cultural Activities are organized during the Sankranti Sandadi festival, ten days of Dussehra, the Kite Festival, Navarathri, the South India Festival, Ugadi, and the Annual Crafts Festival.

Shilparamam Attraction

Shilparamam Attractions:

You can also wolf in the delicious, mouth-watering dishes from across the country. Many stalls are available that provide you with food at a minimal cost. Apart from all these, a Party venue is also available. There are many venues according to guest accommodation.

  • Shilpakala Vedika is an indoor facility that can accommodate up to 2100 guests. It is a suitable venue for movie audio launches, cultural, and political meets, and other programs.
  • Sampradaya Vedika is the larger venue for public or private events. It can accommodate up to 2000 guests.
  • Mountain Heights is an indoor facility; with a capacity of 1200 guests and is a major venue for marriages in the twin cities of Hyderabad.
  • Rock Heights is an indoor facility that can host around 1200 guests at any event. It is the most suitable venue for private family functions such as Engagement Ceremonies, Marriages, Receptions, and other conventions.

The booking cost for different venues differs according to their capacity. For further details on the party venues, Visit the official website.

Shilparamam Amphi Theater

Shilparamam Timings:

Days:Timings:
Sunday10:30 am – 8:00 pm
Monday10:30 am – 8:00 pm
Tuesday 10:30 am – 8:00 pm
Wednesday 10:30 am – 8:00 pm
Thursday 10:30 am – 8:00 pm
Friday 10:30 am – 8:00 pm
Saturday 10:30 am – 8:00 pm

Shilparamam Entry Ticket Prices:

  • Rs. 60/- for Adult
  • Rs. 20/- for Child
  • Rs. 30/- per Person Boating Charges
  • Rs. 15/- per Person Battery-operated car
  • Rs. 20/- per Person Bullock Cart

Note: Photoshoot or video shoot is not allowed within the premises.

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Contact Details:

Official Website: https://shilparamam.in

Email ID: shilparamamhyd@admin

Phone Number: +91 88866 52009

Social Media: Facebook & Twitter

Location Details:

Just see from the iconic structure of HITEC city located about 14 km from Hyderabad at Madhapur. You’ll find the impressive gateway with huge terracotta horses that leads to a village with festive-looking precincts. This is Shilparamam, the arts, crafts, and cultural village of Hyderabad.

Address: Hi Tech City Main Road, Madhapur Rd, HITEC City, Hyderabad, Telangana 500081

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Thrill City India’s 1st Futuristic Theme Park in Hyderabad

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The Futuristic Theme and Adventure Park Thrill City in Hyderabad. Check out the Park timings, entry ticket price, location, and other details.

There are numerous water and amusement parks in Hyderabad, but there is a brand new hangout that combines fun, thrill, and larger-than-life experiences with cutting-edge technology. ‘Thrill City,’ a one-of-a-kind entertainment park opened at Necklace Road.

Thrill City is Hyderabad city’s first virtual reality amusement park, spanning two acres and featuring over 50 games for all ages. Visitors can also enjoy a variety of specialties at the food stalls, while children can enjoy specialized play areas as well as a VR gaming zone with a variety of video games bowling alley, bumper cars, a magic train, and a swimming pool.

The park has attracted significant visitors by providing a comprehensive gaming experience through the use of simulators. It offers a flying simulator, cricket simulator, real car simulator, real bike simulation as well as world-class gaming and amusement facilities.

The fly flight simulator, which uses a Cessna 172 aircraft, is the highlight of Thrill City. Typically, the aircraft is used to prepare pilots for their Commercial Pilot License (CPL). This is most likely the first time a Cessna 172 is offered to the general public.

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Thrill City Park Hyderabad

Thrill City Hyderabad offers a variety of activities to keep you occupied. The majority of the games and simulations were created by them. That includes arcade games, a splash water ride, virtual reality games, an indoor badminton court, and a cricket pitch.

The Monster Theatre is the finest of them all. It is the world’s largest 4DX motion cinema, designed and installed. It can hold up to 104 people on a single platform, allowing them to literally feel horror, thriller, and adventure films. film. A dome theatre with 360-degree images is also available.

Splash Coaster, a water coaster where you can seat aboard a train that chugs through water, is a little further down. For those who are frightened of the actual thing, there is also a virtual reality rollercoaster. Thrill City Hyderabad’s Futuristic Theme Park is open from 11:00 am to 11:00 pm. Enjoy a FUNtastic thrilling day with your friends & family because they have something for everyone.

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Thrill City Hyderabad Timing:

Daily:Timings:
Monday:11:00 am to 11:00 pm
Tuesday:11:00 am to 11:00 pm
Wednesday:11:00 am to 11:00 pm
Thursday:11:00 am to 11:00 pm
Friday:11:00 am to 11:00 pm
Saturday:11:00 am to 11:00 pm
Sunday:11:00 am to 11:00 pm

What’s Inside Thrill City Hyderabad? Check Out the Video!

Entertainment Places in Thrill City:

  • Flight Simulator
  • 12d Theatre
  • Roller Coaster
  • Dome Theatre
  • Real Car Simulator
  • Real Bike simulation
  • Cricket
  • Jet Planes
  • Trobo Mascot
  • Forest Theme
  • Charminar Wall
  • Gym
  • Swimming Pool
Thrill City Packages

Thrill City Entry Ticket Price:

Tickets:Cost/ Price:Value:Validity:
AdultsRs.999/-Rs.1500/-One Year
KidsRs.699/-Rs.1200/-One Year
Senior CitizensRs.699/-Rs.1200/-One Year

They provide a smart card loaded with the redemption value as per the package you choose. Just tap to play & experience (every game/ride is of different value).

Note: Food, Carnival Games, Gym & Swimming Pool are not included in the package.

Discounts Options:

Students:10%
8 persons and more:10%
Thrill City Card Recharge

Recharge Price:

Package:Price:Credit:Validity:
1000 RechargeRs.1,000/-Rs.1,500/-As per your pack
2000 RechargeRs.2,000/-Rs.3,500/-As per your pack
5000 RechargeRs.5,000/-Rs.9,000/-As per your pack

Thrillcity Thrilling Attractions:

Flight Simulator:

Thrill City Hyderabad Flight Simulator
 

Monster 12D Theatre:

Monster 12D Theatre
 

Dome Theatre:

Dome Theatre
 

Car Simulator:

Thrill City Hyderabad Car Simulator
 

Bike Simulator:

Thrillcity Hyderabad Bike Simulator
 

VR Roller Coaster:

Thrill City Hyderabad VR Roller Coaster
 

Bumping Cars:

Bumping Cars
 

Forest Theme:

Forest Theme
 

Chocolate Room:

Chocolate Room
 

Horse Carousel:

Horse Carousel
 

Pendulum Ride:

Thrill City Park Pendulum Ride
 

Splash Coster:

Splash Coster
 

Kids Arcade:

Kids Arcade
 

Soccer Ground:

Splash Ship Soccer Ground
 

Splash Ship:

Thrillcity Splash Ship
 

Swimming Pool:

Thrillcity Swimming Pool
 

GYM:

Thrill City Gym
 

Charminar Art:

Charminar Art

Terms & Conditions:

  • Once you paid the amount it will not be refunded.
  • An ID card is needed.
  • For special occasion packages kindly contact the Thrill City manager.
  • Free entry for PWD and Infants of 2 years or below.
  • The amount balance on your card is not refundable or transferable.
  • You cannot bring outside food.
  • The card validity is 1 year.
  • The card can be recharged & reused.

Thrillcity Contact Details:

Website: www.thrill.city

Email: thrillcityind@gmail.com

Phone Number (Call/ Whatsapp): +91 7070456789

Social Media: Facebook & Instagram

Location Details:

Address: At Necklace Road, Beside Sanjiviah Park, Secunderabad, Hyderabad, 500003, TS

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