Indore is a biggest city & business capital of Madhya Pradesh. If you are looking for Indore local sightseeing then you are at right place, we arrange Indore sightseeing tour as per your requirement. Indore has many places to visit such as Lal Bagh Palace, Maa Vaishno Dham Temple, Kanch Mandir, Khajrana Ganesh Temple etc. City also known as Food Capital of India which has varieties of street foods such as Poha Jalebi, Petis, Famous Joshi Dahi Vada etc. Indore is also declared cleanest city of India for two consecutive years 2018 & 2019. Contact us for more details…
Indore Local Sightseeing Tour – Highlights (Customization according to Interests)
- Tour Starts at 10:00 AM Sharp & Concludes at 06:00 PM ( 8 Hours)
- Pick up & Drop from your Hotel.
- Cover All Major Indore City Attractions
- Lunch at a good Restaurant – (Self Payment)
- Social Bonding with Locals
- Car Included for all attractions
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What to Shop in Indore?
Indore is known as Business Capital of Madhya Pradesh and it is also commercial hub of the state. There are very big markets in Indore of Jewelry, Cloths, Handi crafted items, Gift Items etc. Please find some colorful markets of Indore-
Cloth Market: It is one of the popular market of Indore where you can buy best quality of cloths in a reasonable rates and in variety of range. The shops are lined on both sides of a road and include both permanent shops. If you lover of cotton cloths than this is the best option for shopping.
Sarafa: Sarafa is popular for jewelry places in Indore to enjoy market which has plenty of small to big shops of jewelry. You will see branded as well as local show rooms over there. In the evening this market seems like golden market as all Jewelery items in the display shinning allover the market.
Novelty: This market situated near jail road and it is famous for gift items, all men & women accessories items like Belt, Perfumes, Wallet, Goggles, Chains etc. You can find some handmade frames, paintings, statue etc.
Indore local sightseeing Tour Plan & Itinerary
- 10:00 am – 1:00 pm — Pickup from Hotel and moving towards the Khajrana Ganesh Mandir + Maa Vaishno Dham Temple + Lal Bagh Palace (Monday Closed) + Kanch Mandir.
- 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm — Lunch (Self Payment)
- 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm — Rajwada Palace + Bada Ganpati Temple + Gomatgiri Temple
- 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm — Pitra Parvat Hanuman Temple (Asia’s Biggest Hanumanji statue) + Drop
Places to visit in Indore
Khajrana Ganesh Mandir
This temple built in the year 1875 by Rani Ahilya Bai Holkar. As per localieds all the wishes of the devotees are fulfilled, once they worship in this temple.
Maa Vaishno Daam Temple
This temple fully design as per Vaishno devi only on 1500 Sq ft plot which is built by a Sardar. Once you enter into the temple and fell like that you are in Vaishno Devi Jammu.
Lal Bagh Palace
Lal Baag Palace is one of the most spectacular buildings in Indore. It stands on the outskirts of the town, towards the southwest. It is a three storey building on the bank of the River Khan. The palace was built by Maharaja Shivaji Rao Holkar during 1886-1921.
It is a temple which is entirely made up of glass and mirrors. This beautiful temple is a sacred place among people of Jain religious community, as the idol of Lord Mahavira, who was the founder of Jainism, is the presiding deity in the temple.
Rajwada is the historical palace of the Holkars and iconic structure of Indore. It was built about two centuries ago and is located near the Chhatris in the main square. It is a seven storied structure, which serves as the living example of the grandeur of the Holkars. Rajwada stands in the centre of the city.
Gomatgiri is a sacred place for the devotees belonging to the Jain religion. Located just 10 minute drive away from Indore airport, this small hillock houses a 21 ft statue of Gomateshwar. This statue is a replica of the Bahubali statue, which stands at Shravanabelagola. Gomatgiri comprises 24 marble temples, each of which is dedicated to 24 Tirthankaras of Jain religion. This pious place was donated to the Jain Samaj by the government of Madhya Pradesh in 1981.
Bada Ganpati Temple
The statue of Lord Ganesha housed in this temple is 25 ft in height, which makes it one of the largest statues of Lord Ganesha in the world. This temple was built during the reign of Queen Ahilya Bai Holkar in 1875. This temple is located at the western end of M G Road in Indore.
This is the biggest park of Madhya Pradesh and built on 80 acres of the lake and 42 acres land near this water body. There is also a canal, which covers the whole park starting from one point of the pond and ending at the other part. Various attractions in the park include Boating, Musical Fountain, Jumping Jet Fountain, French Gardens, Lake-view Point and Fast food Zone !!
Places to visit near Indore within 100 KM
Mandu – 100 km from Indore
Driving to the fort city of Mandu and entering the gates is like travelling back in time to that glorious period in history which resulted in the awe-inspiring architecture of this amazing heritage town. Mandu is one of most popular places to visit near Indore that will leave you spellbound. Standing tall between two lakes, the iconic Jahaz Mahal offers panoramic view of the entire area. Other key attractions include the unique Hindola Mahal, Rani Roopmati pavilion, Baaz Bahadur palace and the marble tomb of Hoshang Shah.
Maheshwar – 100 km from Indore
Tourist places near Indore like the entrancing town of Maheshwar by the waterway Narmada. It is one of those traveler puts close to Indore which is prevalent for the two its building quality and its otherworldly vibes. The capital city of amazing ruler Ahilyabai Holkar. Maheshwar is home to her stronghold and castle and a larger number of sanctuaries than you could check. The tranquil ghats by the Narmada River alongside the complicatedly cut fabulous exterior are an incredible sight. The town popular for delivering the stunning Maheshwari sarees and texture created with consideration at the weavers crosswise over Maheshwar.
Ujjain – 60 km from Indore
Home to the ground-breaking and worship Mahakaleshwar sanctuary. Being one of the 12 jyotirlingas and checked among the 7 holiest locales of Hinduism, the town draws a large number of devotees consistently. Ujjain likewise holds the world’s biggest religious assembling, the Kumbh Mela, at regular intervals wherein a 100-million travelers crowd the ghats for a blessed plunge in the Shipra waterway. Other essential places of worship incorporate the Kal Bhairav sanctuary, Mangalnath sanctuary and Harsiddhi sanctuary.
Omkareshwar – 90 km from Indore
Perched serenely on the banks of the holy Narmada River also called Ma Rewa, is the divine Omkareshwar temple. Thronged by pilgrims from all over the country all the year round, Omkareshwar is one of the 12 revere jyotirlingas in the country. During the months of July and August, the auspicious ‘saavan’ months, this spiritual abode of Lord Shiva is visited by thousands of devotees. Surrounded by hills and lush fields, Omkareshwar’s natural beauty is as soothing to the eyes as are its spiritual vibes for the soul. After the ‘darshan’ do take the boat ride along the Narmada to experience the mystical charm of this holy town.