Talking about Bhopal, it is an attractive city for tourists and backpackers. Plenty of tourist spots on its plate leave every heart speechless. No matter what your chic is, you can surely find out an interesting place in this city of lakes.
When you are in this city of Nawabs, you won’t find it difficult to get your rooms booked in three star hotels in Bhopal. The comfy stay and beautiful tourist destinations of this city make everyone crave for another trip to this city. For now, just walk through 5 top spots of city of lakes: Bhopal.
- Bhojpur Temple
This ancient Bhojpur Temple is also known as Bhojeshwar Temple’. It was built in eleventh century AD during the realm of Raja Bhoj. The temple is devoted to God Shiva. It is positioned in the middle of archeologically significant site of Bhojpur.This temple is so prestigious that at times it is referred to as Somnath of East’.The Shivlinga hereis the biggest stone structure in the entire world and has been stamped from a solo rock
- Upper Lake
This lake is also called Badatalaab. It is situated on Western side of city. It is amidst oldest water bodies in the whole country. It was built in the 11th century by Raja Bhoj. The gigantic lake is environed by stunning royal garden, Kamla Park that adds to the charm of lake.The lake is also a beautiful source of amusement for locals as well as travellers. Here you can also enjoy water sport activities like kayaking, canoeing, water skiing and parasailing.
- National Museum of Mankind
Tribal Habitat Museum’ is known as National Museum of Mankind. It was formed in 1985. It was inaugurated by then prime minister of India, Late Mrs. Indira Gandhi. It is spread over an area of 200 acres. The museum is the only one of its kind in country and it is well known in world for housing an amazing assortment of pre-historic rock shelters.
- Van Vihar National Park
The park is spread over an area of four hundred forty five hectares. Van Viharis amidst the most famed national parks in India. It was formed in 1979. This enchanting park is located just next to Upper Lake’ and attracts hundreds of nature admirers, nature and professional photographers and wildlife fanatics.You can spot tigers, leopards, panthers, bears, gharials and lions. You can also see herbivores likeblackbucks, sambars and chital.
- Lakshmi Narayan Temple
It is also known as Birla Mandir. It is among eighteen temples constructed across India by the eminent Birla family. This Mandir at Bhopal is decorated with sandy yellowish lookout and it is located at the top of Arera Hills. It gives a breath-taking site of surroundings areas and lakes.Moreover extensive lawns spread with gorgeous fountains and beds of multi-coloured flowers surround the magnificent structure. The entire place is dipped in tranquillity and natural charm.
So, just check out hotels of Bhopal and have a pleasing time in this city!