NTR Gardens: A Perfect Place to Spend an Evening
After the wonderful trip to the beautiful Spanish mosque of Hyderabad we were ready to visit our next destination which was the NTR gardens. I have some great memories attached with this place. I had visited NTR Gardens in January during my last business trip and I have been in love with this place ever since.
NTR gardens are deemed to be one of the most expensive gardens built in India. The place is an important landmark of the city and a very popular attraction for the people of all age groups.
The gardens spawn an area of more than 55 acres and houses the memorials of great leader of Andhra Pradesh Mr NT Rama Rao. This garden is a tribute by the state government to its most loved politician. Today the place serves as an important centre for entertainment and leisure.
There was an immense excitement in all of us when we entered the premises of the NTR Gardens. The location of the gardens is quite scenic near the Lake Hussain Sagar and is a nice place to relax from the chaotic city life. The gardens are filled with a lot of colourful flowers and trees that makes this place very attractive for all the people who enter it. There are quite of number of facilities available for the recreation and entertainment of the visitors.
Kids were excited when we went there because of the section of the park devoted to the play area for children known as the Japanese Park. Some other fascinating facilities inside the gardens are Machan tree and a Car Cafe. We also took a monorail ride which runs across the park and paid a visit to the waterfall that lures everyone who visits the gardens. At the request of kids we all went for the boating ride too in the adjoining Hussain Sagar Lake.
This garden is a perfect location to spend an evening with friends or family and to beat the stress and chaos of the busy mechanical life in the city. The restaurant and several other food joints inside the garden were quite splendid too and needs a special mention. It was a perfect evening and all of us enjoyed a lot at the NTR Gardens.
The next place that we visited was the Kasu Brahmanand Reddy National Park.