The Iskcon Temple is one of the best places to go in Chandigarh, especially for religious people and followers of Lord Krishan because it is peaceful and religious.
It is in the Sector 16 area and covers about 30 acres. You can see more than 1600 species of roses and many other types of plants there.
The Rock Garden is an open-air exhibition hall displaying sculptures constructed from municipal and industrial wastes by Nek Chand, a former Chandigarh Road Inspector.
Sukhna Lake is a man-made lake that was created in 1958 by damming the seasonal Sukhna Choe (Stream) that runs down the Shivalik Hills.
The attraction has a plethora of beautiful and brilliant flowers, which draw people from Chandigarh and adjacent places as well as beyond the country.
Topiary Park in Chandigarh is covered with fresh cut creeps, shrubs, and plants in animal shapes like beers, elephants, and more.
The Open Hand Museum located at the Capitol complex. This art work was designed by Le Corbusier for the Chandigarh government.
Inaugurated in August 1947, the museum is noted for its paintings, antiquities, and sculptures. Also, Le Corbusier's architecture is highly regarded.
The valley is the sole county destination with parks and gardens. The Valley has tens of imperial parks and gardens, including botanical, rose, terrace, and Hibiscus.
In Chandigarh's Sector 31A, Japanese Garden is a well-kept park with water bodies, pagoda towers, waterfalls, meditation centres, and buddha idols.
Butterfly Park in Chandigarh's sector 26 has over 35 species of butterflies. Butterfly-shaped grass adds to the place's charm.