Perched high above the Banjara Hills neighbourhood and offering sweeping views of the city, Taj Krishna is one of the best luxury properties in Hyderabad.
The city now known as Hyderabad is really a tale of two towns: Hyderabad, which dates back several centuries and Secunderabad, set up by the British as a cantonment in the 19th century. Having been ruled for a long period by Muslim kings known as Nizams, Hyderabad benefits from a rich mix of cultures and languages.
The once prosperous kingdom of Hyderabad faded into oblivion for a while in the late 20th century, before rising from the ashes to become an Information Technology superstar. Ergo, there is now a third face to the city, the one known as “Cyberabad”.
Today, the city is dotted with glass and chrome buildings, a lively work ethic, and global cuisine cafes; and coexisting with this glitzy façade is the traditional side of the city, containing ancient monuments, local biryani joints, and a leisurely way of life.
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Cycle-rickshaw ride through Hyderabad old city
Take a cycle-rickshaw ride around the teeming old city. The best way to experience Hyderabad, this is strictly for the bravehearts...Family
Stroll by Hussain Sagar LakeFamily
Salar Jung Museum
Set aside an entire morning for the fabulous Salar Jung Museum, one man’s collection of art and artefacts from all over the world....Cultural
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Located in the upscale Begumpet neighbourhood, overlooking the Hussain Sagar Lake, the ITC Kakatiya is among your best options in the city.
Although it is located in the Gachibowli business district, The Lime is ideal for both business and leisure travelers. It offers standard facilities and free Wi-Fi access.
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A new kid on the block, Chef Chalapathi Rao brings together the best of South Indian fine dining, from succulent meats to scrumptious desserts.
Famous for its eponymous chutneys, this restaurant is where Hyderabad goes for their fix of vegetarian South Indian snacks.
Serving the best of Japanese, Thai, and Vietnamese cuisine, Syn is also known for its unusual (unique/one-of-a-kind) drinks, like the Wasabi Chilli Vodka and the Pineapple and Basil Martini.