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About Gurgaon

Although a modern Indian city, Gurgaon attracts business and leisure travellers with its convenient transport connections. One of India’s main air gateways, Indira Gandhi Airport, is next to Gurgaon. The city is only 30kms from the middle of Delhi. Both Delhi Metro and intercity trains serve stations in Gurgaon. HUDA City Centre is the Gurgaon end station for the Yellow Line of the Metro.

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Gurgaon’s primary reason for being is business and it is home to more than 200 of the country’s top companies including Maruti Suzuki. With big business comes golf and Gurgaon boasts a collection of nine courses. The DLF Country Club’s 18-hole championship course is a highlight.

Gurgaon hosts two top class sports stadiums. Between them, the Nehru and Tau Devi Lal stadiums are the venues for premier cricket and football games and athletics events. Oysters Beach is a rain-forest themed water park beside HUDA Station that provides fun for young and old alike. The two theatres in the Kingdom of Dreams complex stage frequent shows.

Gurgaon has quite a number of temples and these include the Kanhai and Sai Baba. Taking the Yellow Line to New Delhi is the easiest means of reaching attractions in the national capital like Chandni Chowk, the Red Fort and the Gandhi, Shankar's Dolls and the National Rail museums.

Restaurants and Bars

Gurgaon features an excellent choice of places for a meal. There are cheapish eateries serving local foods such as tandoori and butter chicken, dal curries plus chapatti and roti breads. In addition, there are luxury premises suitable for important business lunches which might also offer international favourites or cuisines including Chinese. Hops ‘n’ Brew, TGI Friday’s and the Prison nightspot are among options for an evening out.

Shopping

Gurgaon is heaven for shopping and boasts around 60 different venues ranging in size from small multi-store centres to huge malls. The number of malls on Mehrauli Gurgaon Road has caused local residents to nickname it Mall Road. The Ambience and the Sahara are two of the malls and house outlets of quality Indian and international brands. Gurgaon has few choices when it comes to markets and it is better to keep souvenir shopping for daytrips to Delhi.