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Sparks, Torque, H20, Fashion and Hydrate

There are a number of bars and pubs in Hyderabad that won't burn a hole in your pocket. The better ones among these are Sparks and Torque in Begumpet, H20 in Amrutha Castle Hotel, Fashion - a hip lounge bar in Banjara Hills, and Hydrate - a chic bar in Hampshire Plaza.

Mix Pub

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

Rush Sports Cafe and Bar

Rush Sports Cafe and Bar (Hitech City) has a bowling alley, X Box consoles and pool tables, and good music.

Xtreme Sports Bar

Xtreme Sports Bar is the undoubtedly the best of its kind in Hyderabad, with outlets in Banjara Hills and Jubilee Hills. They have large screens to watch the match on, and on match days the bar is packed. Try the flavoured martinis, the Elvis Lamb, the Xtreme Chilli Corn Pepper and the Buffalo Wings while you are there. For beer lovers, a pint here costs only Rs 99.

Rain

If you are a house music lover, head for Banjara Hills' Rain on the seventh floor of Shangri La Towers.

Bottles and Chimney

Bottles and Chimney, in Begumpet, is one of the oldest pubs in the city and one of the most popular. What stands out here is the outstanding food and the huge space, especially at the bar.

Kismet

Park Hotel's Kismet is arguably the most happening club in the city. Centrally located, it has a colourful entrance and foot-tapping music. The alcohol is moderately priced (Rs 185 for a pint of beer), so it is not surprising that the place is always bustling with people.

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Where to

  1. Malgudi

    Malgudi (Begumpet) serves food from the four south Indian states, including some dishes that can't be found in any other restaurant.

  2. Westin Hyderabad Mindspace

    The Westin Hyderabad Mindspace Hotel (Rs 8400, 25km) is a fabulous hotel in the business district, has spacious walkways, manicured lawns, a well-equipped gym and spa, and one of the best pool bars in the city.

  3. Rain

    If you are a house music lover, head for Banjara Hills' Rain on the seventh floor of Shangri La Towers.

Must Do

Golconda Fort and Chowmahalla Palace  

The fort has a Sound and Lights show every evening, but if you want to catch the one in English, choose from Wednesday or Sunday. Besides these historic monuments that symbolise Hyderabad, you can also visit India's third largest museum - Salarjung, which has a collection of 43,000 art objects and 50,000 books and manuscripts, making it the biggest collection of antiques in the world that belonged to one man. The man? Nawab Mir Yousuf Ali Khan Salarjung III (1889 -1949), who spent 35 years of his life in compiling this awe-inspiring collection from all over the world.

Tips for Travellers

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

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