The largest city of Madhya Pradesh, Indore has a spell-binding charm to it. Once a trading hub between Deccan and Delhi in the 16th century, the city is dotted with magnificent monuments and some of the oldest temples. Lalbagh Palace, Rajwada Palace, Central Museum, Mayank Blue Water Park, Janapav Hill, Ralamandal Wildlife Sanctuary and Annapurna Temple are some of the most famous tourist places in Indore.
The city is also peppered with skyscrapers and major shopping centres including gigantic malls. MT Cloth Market and Kothari Market are prominent street shopping destinations in Indore. Therefore, it won’t be wrong to say that you can buy everything here from bags and clothes to home décor and books.
There are numerous nightclubs that add to the charm of Indore. Calypso Club, Playboy Club and Mustang Lounge are some of the most popular nightclubs in Indore. If you are a food-lover then you will surely be delighted with the variety of dishes that you will find in Indore. For fine dining, you can visit Kebabsville, Vidorra The Terrace Tavern or Shree Chotiwala Restaurant whereas for indulging in street food, you can head to Sarafa Market (at night) and Chappan Dukaan.
Geographically placed on the Southern edge of the Malwa Plateau, Indore is surrounded by exquisite flora and fauna which can be witnessed at places like Patalpani Waterfall. Further, Hanuwantiya, Sailani Island, Mandu and Gulawat are some great weekend getaways near Indore.