Spreading over an area of a whopping 122 acres and housing a ginormous 80-acre lake, the Pipliyapala Regional Park is an absolute treat for adults and children alike. Engage in some fun-filled activities like pedal-boating and motor-boating and witness the magical allure of the Mist and Musical Fountain, French Gardens, Labyrinths, Artist Village, etc. Be sure to try the savoury delicacies available at the Fast Food Zone.
Meghdoot Gardens or Meghdoot Upavan is one of the oldest parks in Indore, but its glory has only augmented with time. Luxuriously dense landscapes with different shades of green decorate the premises of the garden and make up the perfect environment to relax and rejuvenate. The park is dotted with beautiful misty fountains and also has a special children's play area.
The Kamala Nehru Park, popularly known as Chidiya Ghar, is a zoological park on the outskirts of Indore that is home to exotic carnivores, awe-striking amphibians and vividly colourful avifauna. New addition to the family is a white tigress and her three cubs! You can enjoy buggy rides, pony rides, elephant rides and camel rides here too.
Located at Shree Nagar in Indore, Chhatri Bagh was originally a burial site for an ancient Holkar King which has now been turned into a popular park. This park in Indore has a lot of canopied aka chhatris which mark the burial site of a Holkar king or queen.
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