Places to Visit Near Noida

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Places to Visit Near Noida

This I.T hub is infamous for its traffic and pollution. Who wouldn't want to get away from all that commotion? There are few amazing places near Noida that makes up for an ideal short trip. To escape the busy daily routine visit these beautiful places near Noida.

Here is the list of 10 Places to Visit Near Noida

1. Surajkund, Faridabad - The Home of Surajkund Mela

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With the blue hills of Aravalli in the background, Surajkund is an old reservoir located around 8 kilometers south of Delhi. The embankment is constructed in a semi-circular fashion and doubles up as a quaint picnic spot owing to its surroundings. This destination is surrounded by the ruins of an ancient sun temple, coupled with a beautiful garden and pool called the Siddha Kund. It was built by Suraj Pal of the Tomar dynasty around the 10th century. It is well known for hosting the Surajkund Mela which is an arts and crafts fair, every year. The Mela draws huge crowds every year and is extremely popular among seekers of art and kitschy crafts.

Distance from Noida: 21 km

2. Worlds of Wonder Water Park, Noida

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Worlds of Wonder Water Park is an entertainment park in Delhi, and it is one of the best of its kind. Located inside the Great India Place Mall in Noida, it is one of the best places to enjoy a thrilling yet relaxing day out. Spanning over an enormous area of 10 acres, this park hosts 23 exciting attractions that enthral all its visitors with endless joy and gaiety. This park has upped the game of thrill and adventure to another level by housing activities that cater to every visitor- be it an adventure monger looking for thrill and excitement or a shy newbie who is reluctant to get on rollercoasters. In fact, the park has a special zone called the 'La Fiesta' which has activities and rides that kids, senior citizens and the feeble hearted can fully enjoy.

Distance from Noida: 8 km

3. Budhha International circuit, Noida

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This is the annual venue of the Indian grand prix announced by the formula one racing's governing body. Being one of the most magnificent attractions of not just Noida but the whole country, this race track is about 10 Km square in area.

Distance from Noida: 32 km

4. Botanical Garden Noida, Noida

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The Botanical Garden in Noida is a vast expanse of lush green garden packed with a plethora of most exclusive plants in the country. The garden perfectly epitomises Mother Nature in its best form with the serene surroundings and rare species of plants and flowers. This beautiful garden started in the year 2002, houses a primitive plant called Psilotum Nudum meaning 'bare naked' in Latin. It is said to be a descendant of probably one of the first group of vascular plants found 400 million years ago. The Botanical Garden is set by the Botanical Survey of India under the Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India to conserve the endangered plants of India and showcase the threatened plant diversity. A paradise for nature lovers, Noida's Botanical Garden aims at preserving natural and environmental beauty. The place is a must on your Noida itinerary if you are a nature enthusiast.

Distance from Noida: 6 km

5. Okhla Bird Sanctuary, Noida

Built to save the ecosystem for several bird species, the Okhla Bird Sanctuary expands over an area of 3.5 square kilometres near Okhla bridge that runs across the majestic River Yamuna. The sanctuary was established in 1990 and is home to over 400 species of native birds and about 1,00,000 migratory birds, making it a famous attraction for bird watching.

Distance from Noida: 12 km

6. Brahmaputra Market, Noida

Brahmaputra Market situated in Sector 29 Noida is a foodie's haven. The street stalls sell mouth watering delicious street food varying food North Indian street chat to shawarmas and non vegetarian delicacies. The market stays especially crowded in the evenings and the weekends. It is also known as Noida's version of Chandni Chowk.

Distance from Noida: 8 km

7. Gurgaon, Haryana - Millennium City of India

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Known For : Kingdom Of Dreams Damdama Lake Cyber Hub

Once little more than a dull and comparatively unknown suburb of the national capital region, today, Gurgaon is not only one of the most urbanised cities of India, but it also boasts of a skyline that can easily rival those of Hong Kong and Singapore. Easily accessible from Delhi and Noida, Gurgaon is fast becoming a popular travel destination among holidaymakers. Starting from natural treasures to a flourishing lifestyle and a vibrant nightlife, Gurgaon has everything you could need.

Distance from Noida: 63 km

Best Time: October to March

8. Mathura, Uttar Pradesh - The hometown of Lord Krishna

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Known For : Lathmar Holi Govardhan Hill Shri Krishna Janmasthan Temple

India is a country of immense diversity in all fields of life, starting from religious to cultural to historical. Religion has been deeply ingrained into the Indian lifestyle for as far as one can remember, which is why India abounds in cities and towns all across the country which are devoted to fulfilling spiritual desires of people who come to visit these places from far and wide. Mathura is one such place which is considered one of the most sacred lands of India, and is filled to the brim at any point of the year with people looking to pursue spiritual enlightenment. Located around 150 kilometres from Delhi, Mathura is known as the birthplace of Lord Krishna and has many sites of both historical and religious significance.

Distance from Noida: 141 km

Best Time: October to March

9. Agra, Uttar Pradesh - The city of Taj Mahal, the monument of eternal love

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Known For : Taj Mahal Fatehpur Sikri Agra Fort

Home to one of the 7 wonders of the world, the Taj Mahal, Agra is a sneak peek into the architectural history with other UNESCO World Heritage Sites as Agra Fort and Fatehpur Sikri. History, architecture, romance all together create the magic of Agra and hence makes for a must-visit for anyone living in or visiting India.

Distance from Noida: 191 km

Best Time: October to March

10. Aligarh - City of Locks

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Known For : Jama Masjid Aligarh Aligarh Fort Sir Syed House Museum

Nestled in the populous state of Uttar Pradesh, Aligarh has grown as a prominent educational centre as well as a commercial centre in North India. Known as Kol or Koli in the ancient times, the city is said to have been founded by the Dor Rajputs in 372 AD and has housed the famous Aligarh Muslim University since 1875. Aligarh is also famous for its lock industry.

Distance from Noida: 120 km

Visit these amazing places for a perfect short trip.

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