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Damdama Lake

Damdama lake, sprawled across an area of 3,000 acres, is one of the biggest natural lakes in Haryana. Tucked away within the bounds of Sohna district, the lake sits around 45 km away from Delhiā€™s Dhaula Kuan. Resting under the watchful gaze of the Aravalli Hills, the lake is ideal for day tours, hikes and boating activities.

Farrukh Nagar Fort

Built in the year 1732 by the Mughal emperor Faujdar Khan, the Farrukhnagar fort is the quintessential Mughal structure, adorned by various designs dating back to the said era. Featuring an octagonal shape, the fort is also home to one of the most distinguished bastions in the country.

Fun N Food Village

The Fun N Food Village in Gurgaon is one of the most thrilling places to visit. Affiliated with the World Water Park Association of the USA, the Village encompasses the largest range of water rides and activities in India. The 800 ft. long Lazy River is perfect for those looking for a place to chill and unwind.

Mata Sheetala Devi Temple

Sheetla Mata temple is one of the most culturally rich places to visit in Gurgaon. She was believed to be a dedicated healer who devoted herself to the service of ill children, those suffering from smallpox. Dating back to the 18th century, the temple was built by Jawahar Singh of Bharatpur.

Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary

One of the most popular weekend getaways near Gurgaon, New Delhi, Noida, and Faridabad, Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary is located about 40 km away from the landmark Dhaula Kuan in Delhi. A favourite amongst hikers, nature lovers and bird watching enthusiasts, the bird sanctuary has been declared a National Park by the state government.

Kingdom of Dreams

the Kingdom of Dreams is one of the most iconic places to visit in Gurgaon. The many nuances in the culture, heritage, cuisines and art forms of India fuse into a beautiful form of entertainment and leisure. The Nautanki Mahal hosts several theatrical events and musicals, which are as interesting as they are informative.