Tips for Travellers


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Airport bus

Take the airport bus to the city after you land. It's cheaper than hiring a taxi, and environment-friendly too.

Submitted by Vani S

Try local cuisine

Other than biryani, try the bagara baigan, a spicy aubergine curry, which is a Hyderabadi specialty

Submitted by PS Ramanathan

Pearl shopping

Hyderabad is famous for its pearl jewellery, but if you're going to shop for them, it's best to go with a local who knows the reliable shops.

Submitted by Vani S

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  1. So

    So, in Jubilee Hills, is a pretty restaurant with open rooftop terrace seating - perfect for a romantic dinner.

  2. Leonia Holistic Destination Hotel

    The Leonia Holistic Destination Hotel (Rs 6000, 14.5km), situated very close to the Hussain Sagar Lake, has pools, playing courts, auditoriums, and is almost like a city in itself.

  3. Mix Pub

    Mix Pub (Himayat Nagar) has neon lighting, discs suspended from the ceiling, and snazzy interiors - all giving it a futuristic spaceship look.

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Paradise restaurant  

This is my favourite restaurant for the quintessential Hyderabadi biryani, along with tea. The branch located in the twin city of Secunderabad is one of the oldest restaurants in the city. I always order the dum biryani - the meat is marinated perfectly and has the right amount of spices. It melts in your mouth, and the taste stays in your mind forever. Venkatapathy Raju

Tips for Travellers

Other than biryani, try the bagara baigan, a spicy aubergine curry, which is a Hyderabadi specialty

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