Top 7 Places to Visit in Warangal 2020
Updated: Jan 29, 2020
Warangal is around 144.7kms away from Hyderabad it takes around 3 - 4 hrs by car & 2 - 3 hrs by bus but buses are generally available only in the evenings to commute.
Top 7 Places in Warangal to Visit 2020:
If you or your family is looking for a long drive which is not too exhausting “Warangal” is the best place to visit.
These are some of the Top 7 places to plan to visit in 2020
1. Thousand Pillar Temple
The Thousand Pillar Temple is an ancient temple that is tucked away in a small town named Hanamakonda in the vibrant state of Telangana. The temple has over one thousand pillars, some of which are a part or extension of adjacent pillars, deriving the name “Thousand Pillar” temple. The temple also contains a huge monolith Nandi, made up of black basalt stone.
2. Pakhal Lake
This man-made lake is a new attraction added to Warangal. It is around 50 km away from Warangal spread across 30 sq km. Pakhal lake borders a sanctuary as well making it accessible to many varieties of birds making heavenly noises.
Must see if you are visiting Warangal.
3. Mini Zoo
Strange though that many people do not know that a Mini Zoo exists in Warangal even though it exists since 1985.
Spread across 50 acres of land this attraction is a house for many species of reptiles, birds & animals.
It is now converted into National Zoological park & houses a Butterfly park too.
Must see if you have children in the family.
4. Bhadrakali Temple
Kakatiyas ruled Warangal & left a piece of their legacy behind with this famous temple of Goddess “Bhadrakali”.
This temple was built in the 8th century.
5. Kakatiya Musical Garden
Just adjacent to the Bhadrakali temple is the “Kakatiya Musical Garden” which is man-made & is akin to the Musical Garden found in Hyderabad.
Spread across 15 acres of land this garden showcases Musical Fountains with changing lights.
A man-made lake has also been created for activities like boating.
The musical show starts at 7 pm every day
Looking for an out of the routine experience then you should visit “Medaram” which is a tiny village in Warangal with 3000 population.
It is popularly known for the “Sammakka Sarakka Jatara” which is Asia's biggest biennial tribal fair.
Surrounded by nature you can enjoy the simple village life that is very difficult to find in today’s age.
7.Kulpakji Jain Mandir
There are very few Jain mandirs in India. This Kulpakji Jain Mandir is supposed to have the original idol of Adinath installed. The temple complex houses idols of eight Jain Teerthankaras as well.
Hope you enjoyed our take on Warangal. You can book our cabs for a single or round trip to Warangal by contacting us on Mobile numbers: 9000055669, 9492733950
Let us know your comments on which places you enjoyed visiting in Warangal.