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Lumbini Park, Hyderabad

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Adjacent to Asia's largest artificial lake, Lumbini Park features a musical fountain, in which aspects of Hyderabad's culture are recreated with water, sound, video, and laser animation. People watch, drop by the small amusement park, or take a boat ride to the large Buddha statue in the middle of the lake. Use our Hyderabad itinerary planner to visit Lumbini Park on your trip to Hyderabad, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • After the boar ride over the Hussain Sagar Lake, exit through this garden. It is a well developed garden well suited for a family picnic. Nice spot for kids and their parents to have a fun time. Visit...  more »
  • This park is on one of the edges of the Hussain Sagar Lake. There is a reasonably priced entry fee. Visiting it in the evening makes it eventful as there are colored water shows.  more »
  • I am glad that I decided to explore it. It was amazing to see how everyone at the park was enjoying themselves…there were families..who were just sitting and chatting..kids were the happiest on rides....  more »
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  • Lumbini park...as locally known. It's a good place to hang out,however there is nothing much to do. This park is mainly famous for the boat ride, that takes you to Gautam Buddha Statue and would bring you back to the park/boarding point. Lumbini park also hosts the world famous laser show at the evening, its a fully packed show, you would have to stand in line for hours to get the ticket. The security is tight, and you have to follow the rules( tough job )⛄. A important thing , the park tickets are not available online (till date), so do reach early to get the tickets or else you may waste lot of time standing in queue. *THERE ARE SEPARATE TICKETS FOR THE PARK AND THE LASER SHOW* ENJOY...💐
  • A very good park in the heart of the city. You have to go through the security process to enter inside and submit your bags at baggage counter which is very lengthy process and that is why to avoid unnecessary delay it is best to take minimum or no luggage with you. Though this park is a small one but has got adequate means of amusement for public. The small artificial crossing bridge is something which makes the park messy. Also a non working toy train is just there for no reason, the management can remove the toy train track completely and open the broad way of crossing by removing the bridge. Well this place need to be maintained more or if redesigned will be much better than the current one. In normal days this place is crowded by the people at weekends while at the time of school vacations it is generally a crowded place. Food is costly inside. Shipping and boating is a good enjoyment options over here. Overall it is good for family outing.
  • Good place to visit. Nice crowd. Light and sound show is good enough. Not very charming to people who have already seen light and sound at other places. Nice place for time pass. One time worth
  • This the must visit place in Hyderabad/Telangana. Enjoy your boat rides, speed boat rides. This is a huge statue of Lord Buddha. A great place for kids and all ages. You can see other famous place from here that is Birla temple, which is hardly 500 meters from here. I hope you guys like my pictures and my reviews :)
  • Once upon a time, A GREAT PARK in the central part of Hyderabad. Now, a park which you should avoid at any cost unless you want to visit Buddha statue. There's not much for children here, except 1 or 2 play related themes. Fountain water is DIRTY and I don't understand how so many parents allowed their children to play in such infectious water. Toy Train doesn't work. Refreshment centre doesn't even sell water. No place to sit for sometime ... Too crowded. Visiting this place defeats the actual purpose of visiting a park. Still, if you want to waste 30 rupees for entering this park which isn't maintained properly, please go ahead :)