This city is listed as a municipal corporation in the administrative records of the Durg district. The city is also quite accessible and ideal for informal tourist trips.
Tandula Dam is constructed at the confluence of the rivers Tandula and Sukha. The water from the dam is used for drinking, residential, and industrial purposes.
Siyadvei is a Hindu pilgrimage site located in the Bhilai district. In addition, there is a waterfall that draws both casual and pilgrim people to the area.
Lord Shiva, the Hindu supreme god, is venerated as the temple's primary deity. Hinduism's adherents visit the Deobaloda Temple as a pilgrimage site.
It is possible to visit this zoological garden while on vacation in Bhilai. The zoo's name, Maitri Bagh, translates to "Garden of Friendship."
This waterfall is located in tChattisgarh. The cascading height of the waterfall is around 1,500 feet, which is sufficient to inspire wonder and surprise.
When you visit the Civic Center site, the ideal industrial city atmosphere of Bhilai will surround you. In addition, it is the most captivating tourist attraction in all of Bhilai.
Jhalmala is the precise site of this temple, which is inside the Durg district. This temple's most auspicious occasion is Navratri, which is commemorated throughout this time.
Even from a great distance, the view of the Bambleshwari Temple is breathtaking because it is perched on a hill at an elevation of 500 meters.
Uwasaggharam Parshwa Teerth is once again a pilgrimage site, this time for Jainists. Sheonath river enhances the aesthetic appeal of the Teerth in practically every way.