Bhatta Fall Dehradun

Bhatta Fall

Its a beautiful fall. To experience more beauty of the fall better to go up on the fall. There are some spots where people can enjoy bath too (for boys only).

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Chandrabani Temple Dehradun

Chandrabani Temple

This temple situated 7 Kms from Dehradun on the Dehradun-Delhi road is the famous temple of Chandrabani(Gautam Kund). According to the mythological beliefs, this spot was inhabited by Maharishi Gautam, his wife and daughter Anjani who are widely worshipped by the people. It is believed that the daughter of heaven-Ganga had manifested herself on this spot which is now popularly known as the Gautam Kund.

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Crossroads Mall Dehradun

Crossroads Mall

Crossroads Dehradun is as much a meeting hub as a place to shop and eat. A stunning central Atrium, unique in Dehradun City, hosts a full calendar of arts and educational & cultural events beneath a spectacular glass roof. The mall was inaugurated in Jan 2013 by Chief Minister Vijay Bahuguna, there is also an upcoming multiplex movie theatre, hyper stores, gym & spa.

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Forest Research Institute Dehradun

Forest Research Institute (FRI)

Established in 1906, the Forest Research Institute, Dehradun is one of the oldest institu tions of its kind and acclaimed the world over. The Institute’s history is virtually synonymous with the evolution and development of scientific forestry, not only in India, but over the entire sub-continent. Set in a lush green estate spread over 450 hactares, with the outer Himalaya forming its back drop, the institute’s main building is an impressive edifice, marrying Greco-Roman and Colonial styles of architecture, with a plinth area of 2.5 hactares.

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Lacchiwalla Dehradun

Lacchiwalla

Lachhiwala is a popular picnic site. The city is sited at a distance of 22 kilo meter from Dehradun. Kanatal is the nearest tourism destination from Lachhiwala. The natural scene of the town attracts uncountable tourists here throughout the year. The transportation facilities are available for visited tourists across the globe. The climate condition remains pleasant at the Lachhiwala site.

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Landour Bazaar Mussoorie

Landour Bazaar

You would be surprised to know that this bustling market in Mussoorie is famous for its high quality shoes. There are local cobblers’ outlets where famous personalities flock to order custom-made leather shoes and sandals with fabulous designs. Don’t be surprised if you hear that cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar also visit this market for premium quality shoes when he is in the town. Not only shoes, you can also shop for snuggly woollens, exquisite antiques and delicate ceramic crockery at Landour Bazaar.

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Laxman Siddh Temple Dehradun

Laxman Siddh Temple

Laxman Siddh Temple, located at a distance of 12 km from Dehradun, is known for its scenic beauty. This temple is the cremation site of the Saint-Swami Laxman Siddh, which is visited by large number of tourists every year.Thousands of devotees visit this temple during the annual Laxman Siddh Fair, which is also a major attraction. Tourists visiting the temple can reach the here only on foot.

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Malsi Dehradun Zoo

Dehradun Zoo

Dehradun Zoo (Formerly known as Malsi Deer Park) is a mini-zoological park comprising of a children’s park enveloped by beautiful, natural surroundings. Alongwith the attractive environs the availability of refreshments makes the place an ideal sight-seeing cum picnic spot. Malsi Deer Park, located at a distance of 10 km from Dehradun, is one of the major tourist attractions in the city. Situated on the foothills of the Shivalik mountain range, this park is a Zoological Garden.

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MDDA Park Dehradun

MDDA Park

The MDDA park also know as rajpur park is located at Rajpur Road, Dehradun,Uttarakhand. The park is well maintained with trails and the various benches to enjoy the mountain view. The view is really refreshing and looks best in monsoon season with the river flowing downside. Its a good place to visit with your family to enjoy on weekends, there are fountains located at a side of the park which looks great after sunset.It can be good place for picnic with family and friends.

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Paltan Bazaar Dehradun

Paltan Bazaar

Paltan Bazar is located by the side of the Clock Tower, and is right in the center of the town. You can reach here by taking an auto rickshaw or taxi from almost any part of Dehradun.

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Robber's Cave Dehradun

Robber’s Cave

Robber’s Cave is an amazing picnic spot. Here one can witness a wonder of the nature. A flow of water runs underground but can be seen again if you move a few meters away. The cave is guarded on all the sides by hills. People go there in search of peace and solitude which is otherwise wanted in today’s busy urban life.

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Sahastradhara Dehradun

Sahastradhara

Sahasratra Dhara, laterally meaning, the ‘thousand fold spring’ is situated at a distance of 11 kms. from Dehra Dun. The place makes an ideal picnic spot and is of immense attraction to visitors. The Baldi river and the caves provide a breathtaking view. The water here has a fall of about 9 metres and leaves an incrustation of lime of all its touches. There is also a sulphur spring in which visitors often take bath. Its water is said to cure skin infections and possess other medicinal properties

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Sai Darbar Temple Dehradun

Sai Darbar Temple

The Sai Darbar Tempel is one of the most colourful and popular temples in Dehradun. Located on Rajpur Road, 8 kilometers from the Clock Tower, the Sai Darbar Temple is a calm and peaceful temple, located away from the hustle and bustle of Dehradun. Dedicated to Shirdi Sai Baba, the temple is visited by many devotees across different faiths. The Sai Darbar Temple is constructed out of marble and the idol of Sai Baba is placed in the middle of the temple. There is a large hall in the temple where prayers are held every evening.

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Tapkeshwar Temple Dehradun

Tapkeshwar Temple

Anyone can guide you about the Tapkeshwar temple in Garhi cantt, Dehradun. There is a big entrance gate at the entry of the temple premises. From the main gate, you will have to walk around 100 of steps to reach temple beside the river. Near the main entrance, you will flower sellers sitting and many Sadhus also sitting there. This place is safe and almost always crowded. The river is very narrow and there is also an overbridge across the river. On this side of the river, Tapkeshwar temple is there, dedicated to lord Shiva inside a cave.

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Tibetan Buddhist Temple Dehradun

Tibetan Buddhist Temple

The temple was constructed in 1965 by the Tibetan community in India as an imitation of a Tibetan Monastery. Built with the aim to preserve and promote Tibetan culture in India, the Tibetan Buddhist Temple is built in a Japanese architectural style and the temples main stupa is 220 feet high.

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