Unlike the supermarkets and the brand stores street shopping has its own charm. Vendors on the shops eagerly await a customer and attend with much eagerness. You would also hear the escalating high pitch of the vendors around you in the market and this city promises to give you ultimate contentment while you shop. The wide varieties of apparels, accessories, antiques, traditional and even gaudy fabrics will surely leave you dumbfounded. There are more than 5 Dubai Hyderabad Flights per day you can catch.
1. Koti Sultan Bazaar: Hit The Street.
This shop not only enshrines a remarkable history but also well known for its present beauty. Walking through this Bazaar can make nostalgic for its 200 years of its existence. Sauntering through the busy shop, something that would seem most enticing is the silverware. It’s a perfect amalgamation of fashion that ranges from women’s clothing, silver junk jewelry to rare show pieces and gleaming outfits exhibited in most of the shops. If you are planning to shop here, come prepared to spend a whole day and get some of the latest best deals here.
2. The Begum of All Bazaars: Come Here If Shopping Is Your Drug
One of the fairly cheap markets to shop in Hyderabad is the begum of All Bazaars where you will be flabbergasted by the variety of items sold here. This market has completed 150 years and is famous for cosmetics perfumes toiletries, exotic dry fruits, fresh fish and even gold and silver you can also bargain for the products you want to buy and fill your shopping bags with trendy yet cheap stuffs.
3. Nampally: Go Crazy With Astounding Deals!!
Brace yourself to be stunned by the decorated shops embellishing the area. You can get fashionable and trendy clothes along with some great accessories like bags, wallets, jewelry, footwear and bangles at throwaway prices. So don’t worry if you are on a budget because savings on products is guaranteed here. If you are among the lucky ones to visit this market in January -mid February you would witness the yearly exhibition “The Numaish” that displays a wide range of items out from the stocks.
4. Laad Bazaar: Adorning Wrists!
History says that in the period of Nizam, it was a pleasure to shop here. This commercial establishment is located on the west of Charminar and the main attraction of this market is lacquer bangles. These bangles are available in resplendent colours from stone studded gorgeous ones to the funky bangles that you would love to flaunt. Always remember to bargain and become the proud owner of the goods. Besides you can also expect a fair deal on antique items silk sarees, Kharadupattas, spices and perfume sold here.
5. Mozamjahi Market: Try Your Bargain Tricks
Known to have begun around the 7th Nizam who ruled Hyderabad from 1933 to 1935 this market is known for a local perfume called ittar, dry fruits fresh chicken, goat meat and dry fruits. The famous Karachi Bakery is also situated in this market. You can get caught in the bustling crowd of this market while trying some local perfume or tasting some dry fruits.
Your life in a city can be really exhausting; especially if you live in London! The heavy traffic, the sound, the pollution; and yes your professional obligations! I too faced the problem while managing our home, as both my husband and myself were working professionals. We always had lesser time to spend with our8 year old son. Hence, it was decided to pack our bags and head for a vacation to Nairobi in Kenya.
The most apt carrier for a direct flight was the Kenya Airways in which we booked first-class tickets for the three of us. Our son was more excited than us. He had only seen parts of Africa on the television with channels such as National Geography and Discovery. Now he was going to see the same place and its surroundings with his own eyes. I was amused as I heard him inquire if there would be lions and rhinos at the airport!
A Comfortable Arrival At Kenya Before Beginning Our Family Trip
We checked into a 4 star hotel named the Hilton Hotel Nairobi, which was at a distance of 18 kilometers from the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport. Nevertheless, it took us just 25 minutes as the traffic in Nairobi was a blessing when compared to that of London. The Hilton Hotel; the brand-name says it all. There is no need to further describe how we had a relaxing stay before finalizing the spots to visit in Nairobi.
Spots That You Must Definitely Visit While You Are in Nairobi!
My husband asked a staff member at the reception of the hotel, of the best paces in Nairobi, which everyone in our family would enjoy. The first name he suggested was the Nairobi National Park. Our son got a special smile from the staff member, while the latter made this comment. It was a place where you could see wild animals in action. Well that’s Africa! Hence we selected a tourist guide on the discretion of the hotel and made our way into the Wilds of Africa.
Nairobi National Park: Located approximately 7 kms away from the city, the Nairobi National Park was quiet small in size compared to African standards. But this same size made it preferable for a family vacation like ours. There were lesser chances of getting lost or being exploited by the guide. We could easily get help. The sanctuary mainly held herbivores such as rhinoceros. Our son made a face in displeasure.
Uhuru Gardens: It took us an entire day at the wildlife sanctuary. After that we moved back to the Hilton Hotel Nairobi to explore places within the city itself. A place that caught our attention was the Uhuru Gardens. It is a large memorial public park that spoke a lot about the history of Kenya.
Nairobi National Museum: If you speak about history, then you should definitely visit the museum, right? This place for me and my husband as the other two related more to our son’s interests. It features all the signs of the country’s heritage.
After a week, we all returned to London. This sure was a memorable trip and it was tremendously needed to get our minds away from the worries of city-life. At times, nature is the best home you can return to, for rejuvenating your mind, body and soul.