Discover Indore's cultural bounty
Whether you are traveling for business or leisure, the stylish and contemporary Radisson Blu Hotel Indore has the ideal mix of convenience and comfort, offering easy access to iconic attractions like the Lord Ganesha statue at Bada Ganpati and a variety of major corporate offices. Slip out of your upscale accommodations every morning to experience Indore's rich heritage at sites like Rajwada Palace and Kanch Mandir, or make an easy day trip to destinations like Mandu, Ujjain and Maheshwar. If you're an art lover, don't miss strolling through the impressive collection at Lal Bagh Palace.
Chhatris - 6.6 km
Erected in the 19th century to commemorate the glory of the Holkar dynasty, these striking stone memorials are a can't-miss attraction.
Town Hall - 7.5 km
Built in the Indo-Gothic style in 1904, Mahatma Gandhi Hall features an impressive Ghanta Ghar clock tower.
Rajwada - 8.5 km
Once the palace for the Holkar rulers of Indore, Rajwada Palace is an extravagant architectural feast for the eyes.
Bada Ganpati - 9.2 km
This temple is home to one of Indore's most famous attractions, a brightly colored, 25-foot-tall statue of Lord Ganesha.
Central Museum - 9.2 km
Head far back in time at Central Museum (also known as the Indore Museum) to see a glimpse of Indore's prehistoric civilizations.
Kanch Mandir - 10.1 km
Begun in the early 20th century, this spectacular Jain temple was completed by “Cotton King” Sir Hukumchand Seth and is composed entirely of glass and mirrors.
Lal Bagh Palace - 10.9 km
Set along the banks of the Saraswati River, Lal Bagh Palace is a breathtaking structure built by Maharaja Shivaji Rao Holkar. The palace showcases lavish paintings, architecture and textiles.
Bijasen Tekri - 14.2 km
For sweeping views of Indore and a serene location, head to this hilltop temple dedicated to the goddess Durga.
Ujjain - 55 km
Considered the Greenwich of Hindu astronomers and astrologers, Ujjain is one of India's oldest cities and only one of seven sacred places to attain moksha. As a center of learning and former capital of Avanti, Ujjain is a can't-miss destination for the famous Mahakaleshwar Temple that enshrines one of the twelve Jyotirlingas. Ujjain is also one of the venues of the Kumbh Mela, India’s largest religious festival.
Omkareshwar - 75 km
Visit Omkareshwar to see one of the holiest Hindu sites in India. The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is home to one of twelve Jyotirlingam shrines.
Maheshwar - 91 km
Local weavers produce an incredible Maheshwari sari in this town made famous by its temples and by Ahilya Fort on the banks of the Narmada River.
Mandu - Mandavgarh - 97 km
More commonly known as Mandu, Mandavgarh is home to the largest fort in India, which contains the ruins of palaces, decorated canals, baths and over 40 monuments. Located in the heart of the Vindhya Ranges, Mandavgarh is also known for its lush natural beauty.