Radisson Blu Kaushambi Delhi NCR

THINGS TO DO IN GHAZIABAD


DISCOVER A VARIETY OF FUN ATTRACTIONS IN DELHI

From the bustle of shoppers at Connaught Place to the tranquil gardens at the Akshardham complex, the attractions near the Radisson Blu Kaushambi Delhi NCR have become some of the world’s most popular tourist destinations. Immerse yourself in the country’s history and culture with a visit to Red Fort and India Gate, and then spend an afternoon browsing the shops at Shipra Mall, the largest shopping center in the region. For a fast-paced adventure, watch a race at the Buddh International Circuit, a track known for its high speeds.
 

Shopping and entertainment:

  • Mahagun Metro Mall - 1 km
    Within walking distance of the hotel, Mahagun Metro Mall is a thriving lifestyle center with corporate offices, a food court, a movie theater and stores with your favorite brands.
  • Shipra Mall - 3 km
    Shipra Mall boasts more than 100 stores, ensuring you can find a fun treasure to take home. After your shopping adventures, recharge with dinner at one of the mall’s many restaurants or catch a movie at the cinema.
  • The Great India Place Mall - 8 km
    With more than 260 shops and plenty of dining and entertainment options, you’re sure to have a great time at The Great India Place Mall. For a higher level of fun, head to Worlds of Wonder amusement park beside the mall.
  • Connaught Place - 12 km
    Find your way to the heart of Delhi’s commerce with a trip to Connaught Place, the capital city’s central business district and home to one of the most popular shopping destinations in India.
  • Buddh International Circuit - 45 km
    Strap in and take off for the ride of a lifetime at Buddh International Circuit, where you can test your driving skills or watch the professionals handle one of the fastest tracks in the world.

Museums, temples and culture:

  • Akshardham Temple - 5 km
    Enter at the Ten Gates to begin your journey toward Akshardham Temple, the jewel of the Akshardham complex. While touring the beautiful temple and gardens, look for the many carvings of peacocks, a beloved national symbol of India.
  • India Gate - 10 km
    Impressive and sobering, India Gate is a red sandstone and granite monument commemorating Indian soldiers who died during World War I. You can admire the monument and the nearby fountains from the well-manicured lawns throughout the area.
  • National Museum - 10 km
    Explore more than 5,000 years of Indian heritage when you browse the exhibits at the National Museum, featuring artifacts that range from ancient armor to rare gemstones.
  • Lotus Temple - 18 km
    Stunning architecture, reflection pools and 26 acres of perfectly landscaped gardens draw visitors from all religions to this Baha’i house of worship.