With a myriad of things to do in Indore, this beautiful city in the state of Madhya Pradesh is one of the most exciting cities in India! Indore is known for having thrilling adventures and a vibrant culture which blends with almost any person who is looking for fun!


With a lot of attractions to visit and a plethora of activities, Indore offers too many options for you to explore! So if you’re in the city this weekend, make sure to execute at least one of these 3 activities to kick stagnancy away!

Feast At Chokhi Dhani!

For a gastronomical adventure, embrace the grandeur of Rajasthani culture by visiting Chokhi Dhani on your Indore vacation! The authentic ambiance of a Rajasthani village rubs off on you as soon as you enter the doors!


Chokhi Dhani is the ultimate place for your foodie soul if you are looking for a lavish escapade! Wrapped in cultural extravaganza straight from Rajasthan, let your weekend be a delicious one! Visit Chokhi Dhani at 9 Mile, Fata Khandwa Road, Datoda and your pocket pinch will be Rs.1,000 for two!

Fuel Your Energy at Ralamandal Wildlife Sanctuary!

Keep your camera handy and bask in the exotic flora and fauna offered by the Ralamandal Wildlife Sanctuary here at Indore, away from the hustle-bustle of the city! Do not miss out on the exciting natural trail of the sanctuary and you can partake in several activities offered by the forest departments; trekking, cycling and camel riding!

It remains open from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm and the entry is just Rs.60!

Visit Kanch Mandir!

One of the famous attractions of Indore, Kanch Mandir is a wonderful place for those who are fond of art and have an interest in history!

Exhibiting a splendid display of glass cuttings and shards, Kanch Mandir is known for depicting various aspects of Jainism and is one of the most visited temples in Indore.

Intricately adorned with colourful glasses, Kanch Mandir is a must visit, to relish this visual delight!

This is located at Hukumchand Marg, Beside Sheesh Mahal, Itwaria Bazaar and is open from 5:00 am to 12:00 pm and 4:00 pm 8:00 pm.

Whether you’re a traveller or an ardent foodie, Indore will surely satiate your wanderlust and spoil you with various food options! So pick up your bags and plan your weekend ahead!

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