2 days in Hyderabad – Part 4

The next morning was for the drive to Kulpakji and back. Lunch was at Taj Mahal in Abids. It is a vegetarian restaurant, and the food was excellent. After that, a short drive took us to Salar Jung Museum. I was eagerly looking forward to it, but was quite disappointed. Somehow, the rich history gets lost in the presentation of the objects. The musical clock too was a letdown, given the crowd which had gathered and waited.

The next stop was Sudha Cars Museum. Abhishek loved it. It takes only 15-20 minutes to go through, but provides a glimpse of the innovative thinking possible. After that, it was a drive through the city to reach Banjara Hills and Karachi Bakery and the adjacent Bikanerwala.

Our last stop for the day was the Birla Mandir.  The temple is beautifully built, and the views of the city from the top are spectacular. The following day was for Balaji Temple (about 30 kms from the city), and then the drive to the airport.

2 thoughts on “2 days in Hyderabad – Part 4

  1. Rajesh

    Thanks for your post.

    How did you travel around Hyderabad ? Did you hire a taxi or you had your own car\vehicle.

    That’s one piece which has not worked quite well for me while traveling to other cities.