One of the fastest growing urban centers in the country, Manesar is a unique combination of modernity and traditional lifestyle with a backdrop of the Aravalis, making it an increasingly upcoming destination that needs to be marked on your next road trip from Delhi to Jaipur. It is highly advised to you spent at least a day in this industrial town to experience its farm life, its spas and relax, before you head out again.
Manesar is best enjoyed in the winter months of November till February as the weather is very pleasant for you to make the most of the activities here. One needs to, however, wear a few layers, especially during night time to protect oneself from the brutal cold.
Air: The nearest airport is IGI airport in Delhi which is well connected to Manesar. One can easily hail a cab till Manesar or catch a public bus.
Rail: Nearest rail head is at Gurgaon which is well connected to Manesar and can be reached by catching a bus or taking a cab. Alternatively, one can also take a train till New Delhi and then take Metro till IFFCO Chowk on the yellow line and then take a cab or a share bus/auto to reach Manesar.
Road: Manesar is connected to Jaipur and Delhi by an eight lane expressway provide easy connectivity. There are many Haryana Roadways buses that ply to Manesar from Delhi and nearby city of Gurgaon.
Manesar has many options for accommodation within the city for all budget sizes. Finding a place to stay or relax shouldn't be a problem in Manesar.
Damdama Lake, Sohna Lake and Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary are major tourist attractions of the area.
Try out the farm life at the various farm tourism resorts and hot-air balloon rides too. The bird sanctuary is also a favorite for photography.
Manesar has many well-developed malls which offer the best brands and quality.
Manesar is developing into an industrial city but still has traces of its agricultural past which allows you sneak a glimpse of the life of a farmer in the fields.
Gurgaon next door to Manesar has umpteen pubs and clubs for entertainment and drinks which one can explore.
Manesar offers all kinds of food varieties one can ask for from Haryanvi delicacies to authentic North Indian and Chinese one can find everything here.
Jharoka, Bhangra Beat, Barahandi and Nirulas.
Manesar is best visited as a one day stop on a road trip between Delhi and Jaipur. Spend an entire day here, relaxing at its resorts and spas, indulging in the local experiences these setups offer and hopping around the handful of sightseeing options that it offers.
Getting around through public transport, is almost impossible as there aren't too many options. It is better to hail a cab for getting around the city.
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