Located in the centre of Hyderabad, Indira Park is situated near Lower Tank Bund Road near the famous Hussain Sagar Lake. Spread over an expanse of 76 acres, the park has been named after former Prime Minister of the country, Mrs. Indira Gandhi. Amongst the oldest parks in Hyderabad, Indira Park is also one of the most popular tourist spots in the city, frequented by children, adults as well as the elderly on a regular basis. Even though it is located in the middle of the city, it is still quite idyllic and tranquil, where you can spend some time amidst lush green nature in solidarity, away from the chaos of the bustling city. Indira Park is a great place for enjoying picnics with your friends and family. Moreover, it boasts of lush greenery as well as immense natural beauty, which adds to the magnificence of the park. In addition to the lush green and well-maintained garden areas in the park, you can also find many other attractions, such as the dancing fountains, food stalls and much more.The park also has computerised musical fountains, along with a rock garden and a nursery, where you can buy exotic plants for yourself. One of the most unique facts about Indira Park is its construction. The park has been constructed in a way such that its design does not disturb the natural elements already present here.At Indira Park, you can find a lot of great fruit trees and other flora. Some of these are date palm trees, mango trees, blackberry and sandalwood trees as well as kevda plantations. The exteriors of the park are further designed in the Hindu-Islamic styles of architecture, making the overall look of Indira Park even more grand and magnificent.