Hyderabad: Explore The City Of Pearls

Written By

Ruchika Mandora

Film City was started by Ramoji Rao. The film city was started in the year 1991. The site is located outside of the city of Hyderabad.

Ramoji Film City


Charminar is a well-known place for tourists to visit in Hyderabad. The idea for this mosque came from Sultan Muhammed Quli Qutb Shah.

Char Minar


The exact year the fort was built is given as 1351 AD. In 1681, the fort was destroyed because of a number of things.

Golconda Fort


This is a science museum that both adults and kids find interesting and fun. A trip to this museum will make you want to learn more about science and its stories.

B M Birla Science Museum


This lake in Hyderabad is not just a popular place for tourists to visit. The building of this man-made lake has also helped create a major stream that flows into the Musi River.

 Hussain Sagar Lake


These tombs are memorials to the Golconda kings who died over time. They are in the city of Hyderabad. Over time, these tombs have shown that they are strong and durable.

Qutub Shahi Tombs


In the city of Hyderabad, you have to go to Purani Haveli. The Haveli was built so that Mir Momen could live there.

Purani Haveli


It is a fun park in the city of Hyderabad. Ocean Park Multi-Tech Limited is the company that came up with the idea and built this amusement park with a snow theme.

Snow World


Since a long time ago, this park has been on the tourist map of Hyderabad. The park was built by the Hyderabad Urban Development Authority, which was given the job.

Lumbini Park


In Hyderabad, there is a Hindu pilgrimage centre. The Kalinga Cultural Trust looks after and manages the temple.

Shri Jagannath Temple


The fact that these tombs are spread out over 30–40 acres in the city of Hyderabad makes them a tourist attraction.

Paigah Tombs


This is a popular place for Muslims to go on pilgrimage in Hyderabad. The mosque was first used in the year 1614.

Mecca Masjid


In Hyderabad, Taramati Baradari is in the area known as Ibrahimbagh. One of the most interesting parts of the fort is the music hall, which has 12 entrances.

 Taramati Baradari