Established in 2007, the Ambience Mall is located on the Delhi-Gurgaon border and is known as one of the most prominent malls of Gurgaon. Ambience Mall has renowned stores that offer quality necessities for the shoppers such as Marks and Spencers, Next, Pantaloons, BMW Car showroom, Big Bazaar Hypermarket and more.
Apart from the stores, Ambience Mall also offers entertainment to the visitors such as a bowling alley known as PVR Blu-O and also an indoor ice-skating rink, the iStake. The mall also houses a seven-screen PVR cinema multiplex.
Kingdom of Dreams is one of the most captivating tourist spots of Gurgaon in Haryana. It is situated at the most accessible part of Golden Triangle and therefore can be easily reached from Agra, Delhi and Jaipur. It is an outstanding spectacle which harbours the nation's art, culture, cuisine, heritage and other performing arts.
Coupled with it is the amazing work of modern technology. Established on January 29, 2010, it is close to Leisure Valley Park. Various Bollywood stars are attached to Kingdom of Dreams. Kingdom of Dreams not only attracts Indian tourists but also international travellers. It reflects the traditional and modern culture of India which is presented in an entertaining manner.
Crafts, musical functions, dramas, carnivals, street dances and mythological shows are some forms presented. Nautanki Mahal and Showshaa Theatre are the venues where various forms of art is presented while Culture Gully is where Indian cuisine and handicraft is displayed.
Nautanki Mahal can accommodate 835 people and it is the venue where Bollywood kind of music, shows and theatre are organized. The spectacular show of Indian cinema is presented in a stunning and electrifying manner. Blend of creativity and technology gives mind boggling entertainment. Automated fly bars, hydraulic stage and matrix sound system gives larger than life experience.
Maharaja Lounge at Nautanki Mahal has special arrangement for the visitors. Snacks and drinks are offered during the interval. Show Shaa Theatre showcases mythological stories like Ram Lila and Krishna Lila which are well accompanied by technological advancements. Mock weddings are also organized here which take place with lots of pomp and splendour.
With rich costumes and amazing choreography, Indian epics are presented in a fantastic way. Talent hunts are also organized here. It has a covered ampitheatre which can seat 350 people. Culture Gully is an air conditioned plush venue where visitors can experience Indian culture and cuisine and satiate their shopping quest.
Be it the tavern of Goa or backwaters of Kerala, the royalty of Rajasthan or rustic life of Punjab, tourists can relish all of them at one venue. It represents India with its rich heritage and architecture. Visitors can even interact with the performers. Food lovers will have their best time as myriad exotic cuisines from 14 states of India are available here.
The architecture of every state pavilion is unique representing the speciality of the state. The Mehkhana Bar and the Kerela Bar are the two lounge bars of Culture Gully. It spreads over an area of 100,000 sq ft.
IIFA Buzz Cafe is modelled on IIFA which has inspired the decoration, props, music and special effects. It is a Bollywood themed resto-bar. It comprises of movie costumes, posters, IIFA awards and other Bollywood mementos, which are worth remembering.
The Rajiv Gandhi Renewable Energy Park or RGREP is an energy centre which helps the industry and the private sector in the management of energy and environment. The motive of the organization is to increase awareness about renewable energy sources among citizens and children specially. It helps to build innovative strategies to save and use natural energy sources.
There are many activities conducted at the centre like solar car rides, environment film screenings, awareness camps, working with energy renewable models, etc. There are several workshops held for the benefit of the children. This beautiful green park is a perfect place for having fun with knowledge.
A delight to all the bird watchers, the Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary is in the Gurgaon District of Haryana. Declared as a Bird Sanctuary in 1972 by the government, the Sultanpur Sanctuary is a protected area which boasts of being a home to about 250 species of birds, both resident and migratory birds.
The best time to visit Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary is in winter, as a large number of birds from countries like Siberia, Europe and Afghanistan migrate to this place. Apart from bird-watching, this Sanctuary is also a popular picnic-spot to the tourists and houses a library, watch towers, a children’s park, an education centre, and so on.
Some of the resident birds found at the Sultanpur Sanctuary are Common Hoopoe, Paddyfield Pipit, Purple sunbird, Indian roller, White ibis, Common spoonbill, Laughing Dove and more. The migratory birds that are seen here include Siberian Crane, Greater Flamingo, Wood sandpiper, Indian Golden Oriole, Comb Duck, Yellow Wagtail and more.