Places to visit in Faridabad

Aravali golf courseThis golf course is located on the New Delhi- Agra National Highway 2 and is known for the annual golf tournament where amateurs and professionals gather to play in a spirit of togetherness.

Baba Farid’s tombIt is believed that Faridabad was named after baba Farid, a popular sufi saint. There is great bustle all year round of pilgrims coming from different regions to this place.

Brew N BarrelFor people who would like to enjoy some quiet time with their friends and chill and to enjoy some great freshly brewed beer in and around Faridabad, Brew N Barrel is the place to be.

Camp Dhauj lakeWith eco-lodges and safari tents, Camp Dhauj is a one of its kind recreational facility at a small distance from Gurgaon.

Le moksh restaurant and loungeLe moksh is a fully air conditioned lounge and bar in the Parsvanath mall, sector 12. The interiors are fantastic and the restaurant serves north Indian, Chinese and continental cuisine.

Raja Nahar Singh fortAlso known as the Ballabgarh fort this is located on the main road as you enter the main market of Ballabgarh. It was built by Raja Nahar singh’s ancestor Raja Rao Balram who got his throne in 1739.

Shopping in FaridabadFaridabad offers enormous varieties in everything and anything that you need or want. There are street markets everywhere and several shopping malls that you can choose from.

Sri Shirdi Sai baba templeLocated in sector 16 A, this temple is dedicated to the Hindu God Sri Sai baba who is believed to be very kind and powerful. The temple is spread over 3 acres and the deity of lord Sai Ram is 5.2

SurajkundAt a distance of just 8Km from south Delhi is Surajkund, famed for its lake and the annual crafts mela considered to be the biggest of India. Talking about the lake, it is also known as peacock lake and was built by king Surajmal of Tomar dynasty in the 10th century.

Synk lounge and barSynk bar and lounge is fully air conditioned with free Wi-Fi availability and serves north Indian, Chinese and Continental. The timings are 12:00 Pm to 12:00 am and cost per head is somewhere around Rs 800.

What to eat in Faridabad : Local Food and CuisineThere are several food joints which serve luscious north Indian food. You can find out some food stalls serving Rajma chawal, chhole bhature, chhole chawal at a nominal cost and the taste is par brilliance. Faridabad being situated in north India is not limited to only north Indian food. You can easily find restaurants serving Gujrati dishes, Chinese, chaat, continental, Mughlai food and several others


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