Indore City Travel Guide

The city is the commercial capital of Madhya Pradesh and takes pride in being ranked as the cleanest city in India for four years in a row. It is the largest and the most populous city in the state. It is widely acclaimed for its rich history, remarkable monuments, savory food, and vibrant bazaars. It was nurtured carefully during the reign of the Holkar dynasty and emerged as an important seat of commerce, military and education. The legacy seems to have been carried forward and today it has campuses of India's primer colleges of technology and management the IIT and IIM. Named after Lord Indra, the presiding deity of famous Indraeshwar Mahadev temple, the city has a lot to offer. Prime attractions here include Rajwada palace, Sarafa Bazar, Kanch Mandir, Choki Dhani, Patalgiri Waterfall, and the list continues. It is a travelers' paradise and contributes to an enriching experience.

Annapurna Temple, Indore

Annapurna Temple | #1 of Top 30 Places to Visit in Indore

The magnificent temple exhibiting the Indo Aryan and Dravidian style of architecture happens to be one of the oldest temples in Indore. It dates back to the 9th century and is one of the most revered shrines in the city. It is dedicated to goddess Annapurna, the deity of food, and enshrines the idols of Sivan, Hanuman, and Kalabhairava. It also houses 14.5 feet tall statue of Lord Shiva in the lotus position. The architectural magnificence reminds of the famous Meenakshi temple, the grand entrance remains adorned with four life-size statues of elephants with intricate carvings. The outer walls of the temple are decorated with colorful mythological images.

Fees & Timings: Annapurna Temple timings 05:00 am to 12:00 pm, 02:00 pm to 10:00 pm, No entry fee

Location: Annapurna Mandir, Kranti Kriplani Nagar, Indore

Bada Ganpati, Indore

Bada Ganpati | #2 of Top 30 Places to Visit in Indore

Temple is dedicated to the supreme Hindu deity, Ganesha the lord of happiness and prosperity. The temple derives its name as it enshrines a 25 feet tall idol of Lord Ganesha. It is one of the largest idols of god in the world. It is said to be constituted of a mixture containing limestone, the soil of seven mocha puris, jaggery, mud from horse, cow and elephant sheds, bricks, powder of Pancha Ratna, and holy water from prominent pilgrim sites in India. The statue remains bound by a metallic frame which is composed of a metallic frame is made of gold, silver, brass copper and iron. The splendor and serenity of the temple draw visitors and peace seekers in big numbers.

Fees & Timings: Bada Ganpati timings 05:00 am to 12:00 pm, 04:00 pm to 08:00 pm, No entry fee

Location: Bada Ganpati, Malharganj, Indore

C 21 Mall, Indore

C 21 Mall | #3 of Top 30 Places to Visit in Indore

The century 21 mall is one of the most throbbing places in Indore. It is home to several national and international brands. This is an ideal destination for those seeking an enriching experience about shopping, entertainment, food, and movies. The ambiance pulsates with electrifying energy. It houses hypermarkets, amusement zones, clubs, multiplex cinema, salons, food court, and a gym. Its exceptional ice skating zone makes it a cut above all. World-famous brands like Paris Hilton, Calvin Klein, Nautica, United Colours of Benetton have their stores here. The food court has outlets of many prominent food chains like Domino's, Subway, Cafe Coffee Day, Mc.Donalds. Other stand-alone eateries include sky the sheesha lounge, Chawla restaurant,blue lounge, etc.

Fees & Timings: C21 Mall timings 10:00 am to 11:50 pm all in week, No entry fee.

Location: 263, Orbit Mall, AB Rd, Indore

Central Museum, Indore

Central Museum | #4 of Top 30 Places to Visit in Indore

Central Museum owes its roots to the Holka dynasty and was originally established as a part of the educational institute called Nararatna Mandir. Primarily, it was set up to collect photos and documents of the great personalities and later it was converted into a full-fledged museum. Located near the general post office in Indore it houses a wide range of Parmar sculptures, scriptures and also has a rich collection of ancient coins and armor. It has eight galleries showcasing artifacts subjectwise. Other attractions include a red brick model of Vishnu temple and an exquisite sculpture of Jain Tirthankara Adinath from the 13th century.

Fees & Timings: Central Museum timings 10:00 am to 05:00 pm, (Monday close), Entry fee for Indian Rs 10, for foreigner Rs 100 per person.

Location: Near GPO Square, Residency, Navlakha, Indore

Chappan Dukan, Indore

Chappan Dukan | #5 of Top 30 Places to Visit in Indore

The name means fifty-six shops. It tops the priority list of all foodies and is a perfect family hangout. The market starts buzzing with activity as early as six in the morning and goes on till late at night. It is a Disney land for food lovers in the true sense. It primarily serves vegetarian food and features Chinese, Italian and Indian cuisines. It exhibits a wide variety of delicacies from snacks, to chats, to milkshakes, icecreams, juices, sweet meat all at one place. Other attractions here include pony rides, balloon shooting, camel rides, small swings. Its easy on pocket menu and lively ambiance compel people to keep revisiting it.

Fees & Timings: Chappan Dukaan timings 06:00 am to 10:00 pm every day, No entry fee.

Location: New Palasia, Indore

Chokhi Dhani, Indore

Chokhi Dhani | #6 of Top 30 Places to Visit in Indore

It is a chain luxury resort present in other parts of the country as well. The word literally means a special theme-based village, established to offer a peek into the Rajasthani culture. Situated away from the city in a peaceful location amidst greenery, it manages to summon up a real Rajasthan by capturing the nuances just the right way. The fun-filled animal rides, jaw-dropping performances by the ghoomer dancers, predictions by the palmists, transfixing magic shows, the vibrant puppet shows, aroma of traditional Rajasthani cuisine and the giant bioscope all in all etch an indelible experience. Other attractions include bhool bhuliya, jungle siar, skill games and a vibrant shopping section.

Fees & Timings: Choki Dhani timings 11:00 am to 11:00 pm every day, Entry fee Rs 500.

Location: Khandwa Road, Indore

Crescent Water and Amusement Park, Indore

Crescent Water and Amusement Park | #7 of Top 30 Places to Visit in Indore

Located on Gram Jamniya Khurd Kample road this park is a hub of human activity. It offers a safe, adventurous, and hygienic environment at very affordable prices. The park has several thrilling and exciting activities for people from different age groups. The activities include Glider Columbus, Sun N Moon, Pendulum slide, Toronto, Wave pool, Cup Soccer, Gyroscope, Caterpillar, Roller Coaster, Crazy Cool, Black Hole, Bungy jumping and many more. Special arrangements have been made for kids in the form of kids pool, mini train and merry go round. Also, this park houses a resort with a variety of accommodations ranging from rooms to cottages. Other amenities include a bar, fitness center, restaurant, swimming pool, a pool room, etc. So, this is an ideal place for people who want to break away from the monotony and spend some quality time.

Fees & Timings: Crescent water and amusement park timings 10:00 am to 08:30 pm all day in week, Entry fee Rs 350.

Location: Gram Jamniya, Kampel Rd, Indore

Funplex Game Zone, Indore

Funplex Game Zone | #8 of Top 30 Places to Visit in Indore

Funplex game zone is one of Central India's most sought after family entertainment destination. It witnesses a huge influx of visitors, especially during the weekends. Located in the Treasure Island mall on MG road, the heart of the city makes it readily accessible. It features an array of entertaining and engaging activities like bowling, arcade games, billiards, laser tag, virtual reality games, escape games. Quite famous for the unparalleled experience it is very popular among young, old, and children alike. Since it is located in the mall an intensive gaming session can easily be combined with shopping, dining out experience with family and friends.

Fees & Timings: Funplex game zone timings 11:00 am to 11:00 pm every day, No entry fee.

Location: Treasure Island Mall, 4th floor, South Tukoganj, Indore

Gandhi Hall, Indore

Gandhi Hall | #9 of Top 30 Places to Visit in Indore

It was formerly called King Edward Hall but was later dedicated to Mahatma Gandhi, father of nation posthumously. Exhibiting the unique and delectable indo-gothic style of architecture it happens to be one of the most elegant buildings in the city of Indore. The grandiose monument is built of red stone, white marble, and seoni. Its majestic domes, lofty minarets, and a four-faced clock tower can leave people spellbound. It is one of the famous landmarks of the city and the most sought after venue for grand public celebrations, exhibitions, fairs, etc owing to its huge capacity to accommodate around 2000 people. The premises also house a library, a temple, and a children's park.

Fees & Timings: Annapurna Temple timings 10:00 am to 06:00 pm, No entry fee

Location: 51, Mahatma Gandhi Rd, Shastri Market, New Siyaganj, Indore

Gomatgiri, Indore

Gomatgiri | #10 of Top 30 Places to Visit in Indore

Gomatgiri is a small hillock situated at 10 minutes drive from Indore airport. As it is close to the airport it is readily accessible. Set in this quaint location atop the hill is a 21 ft statue of Gomateshwar which is a replica of the Bhabhubali statute of Shrawanbegola. Gomatgiri is a significantly sacred place for the Digambar sect of Jain fold. It also houses 24 marble temples dedicated to the 24 Tirthankaras of the ain religion. The peaceful location, the splendid architecture, and the sunrise, sunset views can help one earn a soulful experience. The amenities include a dharamshala,a guest house, and a restaurant.

Fees & Timings: Gomatgiri timings 06:00 am to 12:00 pm, 02:00 pm to 07:00 pm every day, No entry fee.

Location: Major district Road, Indore

Holkar Stadium, Indore

Holkar Stadium | #11 of Top 30 Places to Visit in Indore

Built-in 2003 the stadium is located on the Race Course Road in Indore. It was formerly known as Maharani Usharaje Trust Cricket Ground and was later renamed after the Mighty Maratha Holkar Dynasty. The stadium is well equipped and has state of the art facilities to host day and night matches. With a seating capacity of 30,000 spectators, it has been a witness to several one day international and test matches. An interesting feature in the stadium is that the pavilion, dressing rooms, stands, stadium gates, and the commentator's box all have been christened in the names of former legends of the world of cricket.

Fees & Timings: Open 24 hours and there is no entry fee.

Location: Race Course Rd, IDA Building, New Palasia, Indore

Janapav Hill, Indore

Janapav Hill | #12 of Top 30 Places to Visit in Indore

Located on the Mumbai Indore highway the Janapav Kuti peak remains nestled in the hills of Malwa plateau. It is the highest peak and a vantage point there and remains surrounded by dense forest cover. This place is valued by the Hindus and holds mythological significance as it is considered to be the birthplace of Lord Parshuram. It is an ideal getaway for nature lovers and trekkers, which attracts several people from all over the country especially during monsoon. The area is blessed to have unique medicinally potent floral which finds wide application in Ayurveda. The views of distant rivers, mesmerizing sunset, jungles from the hilltop cajole people to keep revisiting it.

Fees & Timings: Open 24 hours and there is no entry fee.

Location: Janapav kuti

Kamla Nehru Prani Sangrahalay, Indore

Kamla Nehru Prani Sangrahalay | #13 of Top 30 Places to Visit in Indore

Kamla Nehru Praani Sangahalaya is the oldest zoological garden located in Navlakha Indore. It is managed by the Indore Municipal Corporation and is one of the largest animal parks in the state. The animals here are kept in their natural habitat and it also serves as a breeding ground for a few rare species. It is an abode to the majestic Bengal tigers, Ostrich, Himalayan black bears, awe-striking White Tigers, Gharial, White Peacock, Leopards and many other endangered animal species. It solicits the support of animal lovers and well-wishers through its unique adoption scheme. Other amenities include snake house, cemented pathways, playground for children, food court, and rides.

Fees & Timings: Kamla Nehru Praani Sangahalaya timings 09:00 am to 07:00 pm, Entry fee for Indians Rs 10 and foreigner Rs 500.

Location: AB Rd, Doordarshan Kendra, Navlakha, Indore

Kanch Mandir, Indore

Kanch Mandir | #14 of Top 30 Places to Visit in Indore

This is a wonderous, exquisite work of art and a seat of Jain faith. Located on Hukumchand marg, the temple is an architectural marvel as it is made wholly of glass and exhibits remarkable craftsmanship. It houses walls, ceilings, floor, doors, windows all made of glass and the roof remains adorned by glass cut chandeliers. Colored glass and mirror panels inlaid with gorgeous intricate detailing depict various aspects of Jainism. It houses 3 statues of Lord Mahavira in a special enclosure the images of which multiply indefinitely through reflection. The reflection of light by glass and mirror work scintillates every inch of temple leaving it incandescent.

Fees & Timings: Kanch Mandir timings 05:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and 04:00 p.m. to 08:00 p.m, No entry fee

Location: Itwaria Bazaar, Indore

Kothari Market, Indore

Kothari Market | #15 of Top 30 Places to Visit in Indore

A bazaar where one can get everything under the sun. It is a haggler's heaven where one gets to pick fashionable accessories, clothes, souvenirs, electronic items all at reasonable prices. It is located on the Mahatama Gandhi road and has dedicated lanes for different shopping items. It is located in a busy area and a good parking facility helps it earn extra points. It has several good eating joints serving the local Indian delights. Other nearby attractions include Krishnapura Chhatris, Sarafa Bazaar, Rajwada Indore, Kanch Mandir.

Fees & Timings: It remains open all through the week except for Sunday. It can be visited from 09:30 am to 10:00 pm.

Location: Ranipura Main Road, Indore

Lal Bagh Palace, Indore

Lal Bagh Palace | #16 of Top 30 Places to Visit in Indore

It is an absolute image of the grandeur of the Holker dynasty. It is located on the outskirts of Indore on the banks of river Khan. The exotic exclusivity from all over the world makes it earn a cosmopolitan tinge. Right from London Bunikhgham palace's true copy gates, to rich Persian carpets, to Belgium glass stained windows, to Italian chandeliers, to Georgian style furniture all is well preserved through the history of time. The interiors of the palace are adorned with contemporary Indian and Italian paintings and sculptures. Its plush rose garden stands out in the country and can leave one and all mesmerized. It justly tops the itinerary list of the travelers to Indore.

Fees & Timings: Lal Bagh Palace timings 10:00 am to 05:00 pm, (Monday close), Entry fee Rs 10 per person.

Location: Nai Duniya, Revenue Colony, Indira nagar, Indore

Little Monk, Indore

Little Monk | #17 of Top 30 Places to Visit in Indore

An absolute outdoor diner's favorite Little Monk is located on the premises of Nirvana Resort near Super Corridor. Away from the chaos of the city nestled in the lap of nature, this is an ideal place to enjoy palatable food in an open breeze with soothing music. The lush green lawns, classic interiors, contemporary furniture, and gossamer drapes, stylish gazebos impart it warm and welcoming hues. The restaurant serves vegetarian North Indian, Chinese, and Italian cuisines. The restaurant is a perfect hangout for rejuvenating and spending quality time with friends and family. The specialty here includes white lady, doodhiya kebab, bamboo biryani, charcoal momos, classic cheese calzone, paneer Baadashi, and Exotic Fruit Compote.

Fees & Timings: Little Monk timings 11:00 am to 11:00 pm all in week, Cost for two person Rs 1000 approx.

Location: MR 10, Near Over Bridge, Super Corridor Rd, Indore

Mayank Blue Water Park, Indore

Mayank Blue Water Park | #18 of Top 30 Places to Visit in Indore

An ideal place for adventure seekers and is undoubtedly the best place for a family outing. It is acclaimed to be the first water park in Madhya Pradesh and it serves as an oasis amidst sweltering warmth of summer in the city. The vibrant park has a wide assortment of rides. With its discotheque, wave pool, swimming pool, rain forest, banquet hall, conference hall, sauna, and steam baths, artificial waterfall, etc. it can cater to different audiences with varied purposes. The best time to visit the park is from March to September. The in house eateries serve scrumptious food which can be enjoyed by the old and young alike.

Fees & Timings: Mayank blue water park timings 10:00 am to 05:00 pm all day in week, Entry fee for adult Rs 250 and for child 150 per head.

Location: Bengali Square, Indore Bypass Road, Indore

Mystery Rooms, Indore

Mystery Rooms | #19 of Top 30 Places to Visit in Indore

It is a nationwide chain and it is based on a very unique and thrilling concept. There is no element of horror involved, but it does make one feel the gush of adrenaline rush through one's body. It hosts a challenging race against time where the sole motive of the participant is to get himself out of the theme-based mystery room before the clock ticks away! It involves team play where the participants have to employ logic, observation, decode hints, solve puzzles to get out of a room in 60 minutes. It has been designed to cater to people from all age groups and visit here is a fulfilling experience.

Fees & Timings: Mystery Rooms timings 11:00 am to 11:00 pm every day, Entry fee Rs 600 per person.

Location: 530, Satya Sai Square, Vijay Nagar, Indore

Nafees, Indore

Nafees | #20 of Top 30 Places to Visit in Indore

Located in the Old Palasia Indore this multi-cuisine restaurant is a gastronome's paradise. It primarily features Afghani,Chinese, Indian-Mughlai, and North Indian dishes. The specialty at Nafees includes Biryani,Haleem, Paneer tikka, Tandoori raan, and Bhuna Ghost. The restaurant also has a bakery division that serves quick bites and snacks. It has palatial traditional ornate looking interiors that add to the grandeur of the place. It witnesses heavy footfall all through the week and has separate seating arrangements for stags and family. The Average cost per person here is INR 400 and the experience earned here is a value for money in true sense.

Fees & Timings: Nafees timings 12:30 pm to 11:00 pm, Cost for two person Rs 400.

Location: Apollo Avenue, 30B, New Palasia, Indore

Patalpani Waterfalls, Indore

Patalpani Waterfalls | #21 of Top 30 Places to Visit in Indore

Nestled in the majestic hills surrounded by lush greenery, dense forest cover, and bound by clear skies above lies Patal Pani waterfalls in the Mhow tehsil of Indore district. The milky white waterfall from a height of 300 feet can leave spectators awestruck with its spectacular beauty. It gets its name from a legend that goes in which the waters of the fall reach the underground(paatal). The water flow gets magnanimous during monsoons and the slopes become treacherous and slippery. Visitors to the cascade are advised to remain cautious and take all the necessary measures. This plunging beauty is an ideal getaway from the routine and chaos of the city life.

Fees & Timings: Patalapani waterfalls timings 11:00 am to 08:00 pm every day, No entry fee.

Location: Mhow Tehsil of Indore

Pipliyapala Regional Park, Indore

Pipliyapala Regional Park | #22 of Top 30 Places to Visit in Indore

Situated near Choithram Square Madhya Pradesh the park houses a vast 80-acre lake. The park is an absolute treat for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts. Its well-pruned Mughal and French gardens entice ones who want to be away from the maddening crowd of the city. The lake remains fitted with fountains and lights which enhance the beauty of the surroundings manifold during evenings. It is an ideal picnic spot featuring fun-filled activities like motor boating and pedal boating, jet ski, shikara ride, etc. An artist village, open amphitheater, children's park, labyrinths, mist, and musical fountain and a food zone are other attractions available here. A perfect place for Kodak moments this park is an all-time visitor's favorite.

Fees & Timings: Pipliyapala Regional park timings 11:00 am to 06:00 pm every day, Entry fee for adult Rs 25 and child Rs 10

Location: Regional Park Rd, Pipliya Pala, Indore

Rajwada Palace, Indore

Rajwada Palace | #23 of Top 30 Places to Visit in Indore

It is one of the oldest buildings in the city of Indore. The seven-storied structure dates back two centuries and was constructed by the Holkars of the Maratha dynasty. It displays a mixture of Maratha, Mughal, and french style of architecture. The palatial building has a magnificent wooden gate and is guarded by bastions on all the sides. Its beautifully styled courtyard, elaborate balconies, and windows allow one to peek into the opulent past. Other attractions include a well-maintained garden, an artificial waterfall, a statue of queen Ahilya Bai, beautiful fountains and Sarafa Bazar in the vicinity. The light and sound show held in the evenings can transport one into the bygone era.

Fees & Timings: Rajwada Palace timings 10:00 am to 05:00 pm, (Monday close), Entry fee for Indian Rs 10, for foreigner Rs 250 per person.

Location: Rajwada Circle, Indore

Ralamandal Wildlife Sanctuary, Indore

Ralamandal Wildlife Sanctuary | #24 of Top 30 Places to Visit in Indore

The oldest sanctuary of Madhya Pradesh, the Ralamandal Wildlife Sanctuary is bliss for wildlife enthusiasts, nature lovers, and phono fanatics. Graced by the presence of River Narmada, the sanctuary is nothing short of heaven. It was established in 1981, this sanctuary spreads over a sprawling 5 sq.kilometers. It is home to several species of exotic flora and fauna, native to this part of the country. It is marked by the presence of Black Bucks, Leopards, Blue bulls, Sambhars, Barking deers, Jaraks, and Chitals. Scents from the trees of Sandalwood, Teak, Eucalyptus, and Saja can mesmerize the visitors further. The Forest Rest House is equipped with an overnight stay facility for those who wish to witness all the shades of its pristine beauty.

Fees & Timings: Ralamandal wildlife scantury timings 09:00 am to 06:00 pm every day, Entry fee Rs 60.

Location: Mirjapur, Indore

Safari Activity Park, Indore

Safari Activity Park | #25 of Top 30 Places to Visit in Indore

Unlike the conventional amusement parks this park offers a wide spectrum of outdoor activities for the entire family. Located at 9 MSJ state, Lasudia Parmar, Dakachya, Indore with its verdant surroundings the park allures nature lovers from all around the country. It is the only park, which offers high rope and low rope course thus making rope climbing an exceptionally memorable experience. It also features overnight camping, rain dance, mud run, obstacle courses, and artificial wall climbing, other pool activities. One gets an opportunity to soak oneself in the wild free beauty of nature. The park serves only vegetarian food and drinking and smoking are prohibited.

Fees & Timings: Safari activity park timings 09:00 am to 06:00 pm all day in week, Entry fee Rs 325 per person.

Location: 9 MSJ Estate, Lasudia Parmar, Dakachya, Indore

Sarafa Bazar, Indore

Sarafa Bazar | #26 of Top 30 Places to Visit in Indore

Sarafa Bazar is one of the most vibrant and throbbing market places in the city. Located centrally, Sarafa Bazar, Chopati is a jewelry market and a night street food court. It bustles with activity all through the day. It deals in ornaments, gems, jewelry, and other artifacts during the day and serves as a haven for chrysophilists while in the evenings after 8:00 P.M. it changes into a paradise for gastronomes. Dotted with several kiosks and stalls featuring the indigenous and western delights it offers visitors a wide variety to choose from. Indore is acclaimed for several epicurean specialties like falooda ice cream, pav bhajjii, and many more.

Fees & Timings: Sarafa Bazar timings 09:00 am to 01:00 am every day, No entry fee.

Location: central Indore

Shell City Water Park, Indore

Shell City Water Park | #27 of Top 30 Places to Visit in Indore

The adventure park is located on Khandwa Road, Indore. It offers several thrilling and engaging attractions like Splash pool, Zipline, Wall Climbing, Adult Ride Paintball, Parasailing, Body Zorb, Mini Train, Commando Net and Giant Wheel. Amenities include locker rooms, a spacious parking lot, and a restroom for seniors. Besides it also has provisions made for outdoor sports like tennis, volleyball and badminton, and indoor activities like the gaming zone, card rooms, billiards, etc. A wide range of restaurants offers a variety of lip-smacking cuisines. It also has a well-equipped conference hall where wedding functions, business meetings, and conferences are organized. It is a sought after destination for both the visitors and localities.

Fees & Timings: Shell city water park timings 10:00 am to 08:30 pm all day in week, Entry fee Rs 249.

Location: Khandwa Rd, Indore,

Shri Gurukripa, Indore

Shri Gurukripa | #28 of Top 30 Places to Visit in Indore

One place in Indore which is famous for serving great North Indian food at reasonable prices. The eatery remains open on all the days of the week from 10:00 A.M. to 12:00 A.M. It features Punjabi, Awadhi, Mughlai dishes along with some Indo Chinese snacks and is located on Kushabhau Thakre Marg. The ambiance is simple yet welcoming and can leave an indelible experience. It stands in the vicinity of the local bus stand and remains buzzing with energy all through the day. The specialties served here include kaju singapuri, fruit rabri, paneer 65, chatpata paneer, and much more. It is a great place for satiating hunger pangs with epicurean delights at nominal prices.

Fees & Timings: Shri Gurukirpa timings 10:00 am to 12:00 am, No entry fee

Location: Opposite Sarvate, Murai Mohalla, Chhawni, Indore

The Monroe, Indore

The Monroe | #29 of Top 30 Places to Visit in Indore

It is an LED theme-based gazebo-style rooftop cafe located near the Chappan Dukan. It is a multi-cuisine eat out which serves Chinese, Italian, and Vegetarian Indian delicacies. It is the state's first IOT operated cafe where a buzzer can be used to summon waiters for a second helping or the bill. The interiors are cozy and inviting while the open area bound by the limitless sky remains adorned with plants, which contribute to the liveliness of the ambiance. The menu showcases a variety of savory food items ranging from starters to desserts. Bhatti paneer, goat cheese tikki, rocket pizza, four-cheese quatro formaggio sandwich are must-try dishes when at The Monroe Cafe

Fees & Timings: The Monroe Cafe timings 11:00 am to 11:00 pm, No entry fee

Location: Gold Stone Building, 3/5, near 56 Shops, New Palasia, Indore

Treasure Island Mall, Indore

Treasure Island Mall | #30 of Top 30 Places to Visit in Indore

Located in the heart of the city it is a shopper's paradise with many international and domestic brands under the same roof. The mall complex has brand outlets, food court, game zone, multiplex cinema, lounge and cafe, and a four-star business hotel. It boasts of having stores of acclaimed and iconic brands like GAP, Mark and Spencers, Aeropostale, Hamleys, Nautica, Tommy Hilfiger, Lactose, Mother care, Body shop, and many more. The eat-outs in the food court offer a wide range of selection of savory food items. One can exercise the choice of trying the signature food items at Mc.donalds, Moti Mahal, Mexican Rodeo, Prabhat chaat, China. The amusement zone allows one to let the hair loose with fun rides, virtual games, and much more.

Fees & Timings: Treasure Island Mall timings 10:00 am to 10:00 pm all in week, No entry fee.

Location: 11, Mahatma Gandhi Rd, South Tukoganj, Indore

Indore City FAQs:

𝒬. What is Indore famous for?

𝒜. Indore is famous for its food and cuisine. The city's culinary culture has a blend of Rajasthani, Gujarati and Maharashtrian influence. The street food of the city is especially popular.

𝒬. What is the best time to visit Indore city?

𝒜. The temperature remains comfortable and is apt for visiting the places of interest in Indore. The best months to visit are October to March. Summers of Indore are extremely hot and exhausting.

𝒬. Indore is the city of which Indian state?

𝒜. Indore is a city in west-central India. It's known for the 7-story Rajwada Palace and the Lal Baag Palace, which date back to Indore's 19th-century Holkar dynasty.

𝒬. Does Indore city have an airport?

𝒜. Devi Ahilya Bai Holkar Airport is an international airport that principally serves Indore and adjacent regions in the Indian State of Madhya Pradesh.

𝒬. What are the names of railway stations of Indore city?

𝒜. Name of railway station(s) in Indore city: Indore Junction railway station

𝒬. What are the top malls or shopping places of Indore?

𝒜. Malls and Shopping places in Indore city: Treasure Island Mall, C21 Mall, Treasure Island Next Mall, Malhar Mega Mall, Silver Mall

𝒬. What are the famous religious places in Indore?

𝒜. Famous Religious places in Indore city: Annapurna Temple, Bada Ganapati Temple, Shree Khajrana Ganesh Temple, Bijasen Tekri, Devguradia Shiva Temple

𝒬. What are the places for fun and activities in Indore?

𝒜. Fun and Activity places in Indore city: Mayank Blue Water Park, Shell City Water Park, Safari Activity Park, Janapav Temple, Mystery Rooms, Funplex Game Zone, Holkar Stadium, Indore's Best Street Food, Sarafa Bazar, Chappan Dukan, Pipliyapala Regional Park, Ralamandal Wildlife Sanctuary, Chokhi Dhani, Best Pubs and Night Clubs

𝒬. List out the inter-state bus terminal and major bus stands of Indore city.

𝒜. Following are the names of major bus terminals of the Indore city: Gangwal Bus Stand, MP Tourism Bus Stand, Sarwate Bus Stand, Star Square Terminal 10, Indore Sarwate Bus Stand, Rau Bus Stand, Navlakha Bus Stand, Annapurna Nagar

𝒬. Does Indore city have any metro rail facility?

𝒜. No. Currently metro rail facility of Indore city is under proposal or construction.