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Cyber Hub

A lavish socialising centre that revolves around food. Whether it’s for a party, dinner, or just to unwind with friends in a game parlour, Cyber Hub is the place! It is where most action happens in Gurgaon. With a plethora of cosy cafes, restaurants and pubs featured here, right by one of the city’s corporate centres, it is also a favourite amongst officer-goers. During Christmas and New Year’s eve, Cyber Hub where most of the people can be seen partying. 

Food options range from the desi Indian cuisine to exotic and continental, while the three-storeyed social centre is buzzing with food aficionados. Explore food joints like The Beer Cafe, Soi 7 Pub & Brewery, The Wine Company, Nando’s, Kebab Express, The Red Mango and more, with tantalising delicacies.

Timing: Open 24 hours

Location: Basement Street Number 1 BMS Office, DLF Phase 2, Gurugram, Haryana 122002.


Leisure Valley Park

One of the most underrated tourist places in Gurgaon, the Leisure Valley Park is tucked away in Gurgaon, sector 29. Housing a classic jogging track, garden, sandpit and swings/play area for kids, the park sees a lot of footfall during weekends. The garden carries a quiet little cafe to chill in. 

A handful of musical fountains line the garden pathways, along with a fragrant rose garden, splattered with various floral colours. The Leisure Valley Park is popular amongst kids and youngsters alike and is always bustling with people.

Timing: 05:00 AM to 09:00 PM everyday

Location: 287, NH 8, Sector 29, Gurugram, Haryana 122021.


Museum of Folk and Tribal Art

A cultural gem concealed within the bounds of Gurgaon, the Museum of Folk and Tribal Arts aims for the preservation and nurturing of India’s folk and tribal artworks. Founded by Mr K.C. Aryan, a celebrated art historian, writer, sculptor and painter, the museum is his legacy for future generations. 

Albeit one of the lesser explored tourist places in Gurgaon, it is a must-visit for patrons of culture and heritage. The museum exhibits bronze sculptures, tribal paintings, metal crafts, terracottas, wood crafts and books.

Timing: 10:00 AM to 05:15 PM

Location: Urban Estate, House No. 2009, Sector 4, Gurugram, Haryana 122006.


Farrukh Nagar Fort

Built in the year 1732 by the Mughal emperor Faujdar Khan, the Farrukhnagar fort is the quintessential Mughal structure, adorned by various designs dating back to the said era. Featuring an octagonal shape, the fort is also home to one of the most distinguished bastions in the country. 

The fort was in ruins up until 2009, when some reconstruction was done to it by INTACH. Dubbed as the Dilli Darwaza, the fort is believed to have been home to over 4,000 people! One of the most popular tourist places in Gurgaon, a visit to the Farrukhnagar Fort is almost obligatory for patrons of architecture and designs.

Timing: 09:00 AM to 06:00 PM

Location: Farukhnagar, Gurgaon, Haryana 122506.

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Traveller Tales from Haryana


Mehak Mahanoori

17 October 2016

Amazing experience! kudos to the team!

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Chatur Tandon

10 October 2015

this was a different and exciting activity to get into. We had a really fun and awesome time. The most important thing was, the safety gears and measurements were top class.It was a smooth experience a


Vrund Malik

27 March 2019

Superrrbbbb..thnk u Thrillo.


Suryakanta Patil

27 March 2019

perfect place for family outing with kids


Aslesha Talwar

18 December 2018

I took the kids package and we were completely satisfied with the food and the over all experience. Thank you Thrillophilia and SMAAASH.


Swapnil Khanna

18 December 2018

Overall, very exciting and fun. The staff was understanding and professional and food was outstanding. No booking fees or anything either! Thanks to Thrillophilia.


Giriraaj Marar

18 December 2018

Me and my friends were looking for party packages in Delhi and we found this amazing package from Thrillophilia.. totally worth your money. Great place for people of all ages... cheers Thrillophilia...


Tushar Dubashi

18 December 2018

The landscape of Gurgaon may not be that appealing like of the mountains but power paragliding gave me some good views of the grasslands and farmlands. A pretty nice ride for the Delhites.


Daevika Somayaji

18 December 2018

Paragliding in Gurgaon is truly a luxury, so aptly priced. The safety protocols were good and stringent. But if you’re looking for a more budget-friendly experience, better save up and go to Bir-Billin...

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What You Should Know More About Haryana

  • Q. Travel advice

    • You can travel to Chandigarh and Gurgaon by air, rail, and bus. Haryana is a small state, and most of the cities and towns can be reached on road by car or bus.

    • Even when eating out in restaurants and eateries in Haryana, carry a packaged bottle with you. The drinking water at most of these places might not be clean and filtered.

    • Avoid eating street foods as it is unhygienic and can lead to stomach upsets.

    • Especially, be careful while choosing an eating joint for non vegetarian foods.

    • When travelling to places of higher altitudes, you might experience travel sickness. Take precautions and keep travel sickness pills along with you.

    • Never keep your baggage unattended at any place in Haryana.

    • Keep all of your travel documents locked in the hotel room.

    • Carry all the valuables and cash along with you. Do not bring a lot of precious jewelry when travelling.

    • Do not open your wallet exposing cash in front of taxi and auto drivers.

    • The busy streets of Haryana are thronged with pick pockets. So, be careful while travelling or walking on busy streets.

    • Do not be over friendly with anyone, including those at the hotel or travel agency.

    • Even if you are accompanying woman, do not travel alone in the night, or wander in the streets alone.

    • Enter religious places in ethnic dress only and avoid PDA’s in public or religious places.

    • Never accept any edibles or drinks offered by strangers.

  • Q. Drinking law

    You are not allowed to drink in public places or places of religion. You can only drink in pubs and bars.

  • Q. Our Recommendations: What you can’t afford to miss?

    Gardens, parks, and sanctuaries

    In Chandigarh, you can visit the rock garden, Butterfly Park, Rose garden, Terraced and Yadvinder garden, garden of fragrance, and leisure valley. In Gurgaon, you can visit the Sultanpur National Park Bird Sanctuary, Damdama Lake, Aapno Ghar Amusement Park, and Shikhar Adventure Park. In Kurukshetra you can visit the Brahma Sarovar and Sannihit Sarovar for sightseeing.

    Trekking, adventure, and camping

    In the Panchakula district of Haryana, you can find many camping and trekking sites on Morni Hills. You can go on boat rides, take a look at the Himalayan views, lake views, trek in the nearby sites in this sleepy village. You can also go rock climbing, hand gliding, bird watching, and taking a glimpse of the wild life. You are likely to find turtle doves, bulbuls, quails, and many other migratory birds. Water sports like, canoeing, kayaking, and river rafting are available at this spot.

    Temples and historical sites

    In Gurgaon, you can visit the Badshahpur Fort,  Sheesh Mahal, Farrukh Nagar Fort, and amusement and theme parks like, Kingdom of Dreams. Kurukshetra has been one of the most popular destinations for pilgrimage since ancient times. You can visit the Bhadrakali Temple and Birla mandir here. You can also visit Jyotisar Birthplace of Bhagavad Gita. At Panipat, you can visit the Old Fort and Devi Mandir. At Ambala, you can visit the Sis Ganj Gurudwara, Badshahi Bag Gurudwara, and Holy Redeemer Church. At Karnal, you can visit the Karnal Fort and Lake. There are many places of historical significance that are spread throughout the cities and towns of Haryana.

    Lakes, palaces, museums, and tombs

    You can visit the Sheikh Chehlli Tomb, Sri Krishna museum, and Dharohar Haryana Museum in Kurukshetra. At Panipat, you can visit Fort Of Prithviraj, Gujri Mahal, Feroze Shah Palace, and Lat Ki Masjid. At Faridabad, which is one of the biggest cities in Haryana, you can visit the Badkhal Lake, Peacock Lake, and Dhauj Lake and the Raja Nahar Singh Palace. At Morni Hills, which is a popular camping and trekking site, you can visit the Tikkar Taal Lake.

  • Q. What you will like there?

    Sightseeing historical monuments and pilgrimage

    There are many sites from the Hindu epic Mahabharata that are a part of this State. You can get a complete view of the ancient history of India in this part, insight into previous rulers, and visit forts, and tombs in Haryana. This is the birth place of Bhagwat Gita. Surrounding many forts and tombs are lakes that give a serene and a scenic view; a great site for photographers.

    Art, culture, and heritage

    You will love to learn about the cultural history of this state over many centuries. This state has one of the many oldest sites that depict the stories of war and life in ancient times. All the temples are esoteric and are revered across various Hindu, Sikh, and Punjabi communities. Jats are the communities that are populated in this land. You can know about their culture, food, living, and more by visiting any place in this state.

  • Q. Recommended reads for destination


    Haryana Tourism


    Tripoto Travel Forum


    Wetland Birds of Haryana by Tirshem Kumar Kaushik and Rohtash Chand Gupta