List of must Watch / Visit Places in Indore

Today, Indore is a perfect mélange of the old and the new, where the old heritage structures coexist with the modern multi-storeyed buildings. It is the largest city in Madhya Pradesh which is located in the vicinity of the splendid Narmada valley and is a historical city where you can view historical monuments and cultural heritage. It is the greatest tourist hub of Pilgrimage which has architectural grandeur and historical enigma. You can explore various places to visit in Indore which makes you to fully enjoy your trip.  There is very nice sightseeing, attractions in Indore which are must see in Indore. Details on Indore city and tourist places can be gathered from this article.

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Omkareshwar The famed temple of Omkareshwar is on Mandhata Island, is one of the holiest of shrines and considered to be one of the 12 Jyotilinga shrines dedicated to Lord Shiva. The unique aspect of this temple is that the island itself is shaped like the symbol of Om. There are two holy temples of Omkareshwar and Amareshwar that are visited by thousands of devotees every year.
Patalpani The picturesque and calm ambience around the waterfalls set amidst lush greenery is worth a visit. The depth of the pool that is formed by the waterfall is considered to be so deep that it goes into the netherworld, thus the name- Patalpani. The exciting hill ranges and rugged terrain makes it a perfect place to go trekking and hiking.
Rajwada Palace Rajwada Palace is an iconic structure of Indore, which was built by Holkar Dynasty around two centuries ago. Popularly known as Holkar Palace, this structure reflects Indo-Saracenic architectural style. Tourists visiting this palace can see the elements of Mughal, French and Maratha styles in the architecture. Today, the palace is used for holding art exhibitions and classical music concerts.
Lal Bagh Palace Lal Bagh Palace was built by Maharaja Shivaji Rao Holkar, during 1886 and 1921. Situated at the bank of River Khan, this structure is used for hosting royal receptions. The entrance gates of this palace are a replica of the gates of Buckingham Palace. These gates carry the emblem of Holkar state, which states ‘He who tries will succeed’.
  Geeta Bhawan is a shrine, which is not specific to any religion, caste or creed. People offer their prayers in this shrine, irrespective of their religious beliefs. Located around the shrine are some book stores, which sell religious books.
Kanch Mandir Kanch Mandir is entirely made of glass including the walls, ceiling, floor, pillars and doors. Along with mirrors, patterned ceramic tiles are also used for decorating the temple. The temple also features delicately crafted Chinese lantern-type glass lamps and cut glass chandeliers. Tourists can see the 50 murals in the temple, each of which depicts one of the Jain stories.
Kamala Nehru Park Kamala Nehru Park is a zoological park, which is popularly known as Chidiya Ghar. Tourists visiting the zoo can catch a glimpse of various birds, animals, amphibians, carnivores and omnivores.  Specially brought up animal like white tigress and its cubs can also be seen. Buggy rides, goad cards, pony rides, elephant rides and camel rides can be enjoyed by the tourists visiting the zoo.
Annapurna Mandir Annapurna Mandir is a popular temple, which is dedicated to the Goddess Annapurna. It is one of the famous pilgrimage sites in Indore, which is thronged by devotees of Hindu religious community. The pilgrims and the tourists are greeted by the four full sized elephants, which embrace the temple’s beautifully decorated gates.
Bada Ganpati The statue of Lord Ganesha housed in this temple is 25 ft in height, which makes it one of the largest statues of Lord Ganesha in the world.
Indore Museum Indore Museum, which is popularly known as Central Museum, is located near the General Post Office in Indore. Main highlight of the museum is collection of coins, arms and armour.
Sukh Niwas Palace Sukh Niwas Palace was the summer palace of the kings of Holkar dynasty. Designed in Indo-Western style, this palace reflects the luxury enjoyed by the rulers of the Holkar dynasty. The palace is surrounded by gardens and Sukh Mahal Lake. An underground tunnel connects the Sukh Niwas Palace to the old palace of the kings. Today, this palace is a picnic resort, which is thronged by tourists as well as locals.
Meghdoot Upvan Meghdoot Upvan is one of the largest gardens in Indore, which is situated four kilometres away from Palasia, in the outskirts of the city. The Upvan comprises lawns, landscaped gardens, lighted and dancing fountains. Close to the garden lies an amusement park Mangal Merry Land, this attracts tourists and locals on weekends.
Mahatma Gandhi Hall After India gained independence from the British Rule, this building was rechristened as Mahatma Gandhi Hall. Popularly known as Town Hall, this building is the main landmark of the city. There is a clock tower right in front of the hall, which is popularly known as Ghanta Ghar. The hall is used for hosting book fairs and painting exhibitions throughout the year. The building of the town hall also houses a library, children’s park and a temple.

So, plan your visit to all of the above places, don’t miss any of them.

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Last modified: June 3, 2014