Raipur (/ˈraɪpʊər/ pronunciation (help·info)) is a city in Raipur district in the Indian state of Chhattisgarh. It is the largest city and the erstwhile capital of Chhattisgarh. It was formerly a part of Madhya Pradesh before the state of Chhattisgarh was formed on 1 November 2000.
Restaurants in Raipur
4.5 based on 160 reviews
I used to visit this mall for the subway and the big bazaar. It has lots of young crowd coming in for movies and also the social life with bar and Movie theatre in this complex. Being on outskirts also means easy parking space but crowded in weekend. Descent choices for shopping.
4.5 based on 130 reviews
It's a really good mall for its size, collections and decor but it's just too far from the city. For people who like a drive on their week offs, can surely visit but otherwise those who have no means of conveyance, stick to a mall nearby.
4.5 based on 80 reviews
This Stadium is located in Naya Raipur built in the memory of freedom fighter Veer Narayan Singh of the 1857 war fame.It is the fourth largest stadium in the world with a capacity to seat more than 50000/people at a time.The Seating arrangements are good but there are no hotels or other arrangements close by.
Even though it is called an international stadium no such matches have taken place since its inauguration in 2008.Only some IPL cricket matches have been held.You have to make your own transport arrangements to reach the place as it is away from the heart of the city.
4 based on 73 reviews
One of the best places in Raipur for Shopping, having some food and watching movies.
One can find a variety of stores for purchasing Cloths, Shoes, Bags and what not.
There are Big Bazar and Central in this mall where you can spend hours and thousands for purchasing lots of stuff.
The food court is located at the 2nd level and 1 multiplex is there for enjoying movies.
The Location of this mall is the USP i.e 5 minutes from the Bus Stand, 15 minutes from The Railway Station and approx 45 minutes from the Airport.
And another advantage is that this mall is located at Pandari Market, if you don't like or don't want to spend money inside the mall there is plenty of options outside the mall where you can purchase Cloths, Shoes, and what not.
Also, there are lots of food options outside the mall where you can enjoy Veg/Non-Veg foods.
4 based on 60 reviews
Remember to take your bathing costumes in order to enjoy this to the fullest. Also try to avoid visiting this place during constant rains as the road may be blocked due to water overflowing during that time.
4.5 based on 49 reviews
Shri Rajiv Lochan Mandir is located in Rajim Rajim is 55 kms from Raipur. Important places to see here are Triveni Sangam and Rajivlochan temple. The temple is situated by the banks of Triveni Sangam. Three rivers merge here and is very popular locally. Rajim Triveni Sangam is by rivers - Mahanadi, Pairi and Sondur. There are small temples all around for local rituals. Rajivlochan temple is a group of temples with beautiful rock carvings dedicated for Lord Vishnu. The temple looks to be renovated with brick work few years later. The sculptures are quite intricate with most of them resembling naga based. The temple hosts sculptures of various avatars of Lord Vishnu. We spent around 20 minutes in this temple.
4.5 based on 40 reviews
This multi-faceted large Park, covers an area of 35 acres on the Central Avenue Road, which we visited after seeing the Veer Narayan Singh Stadium; which has also been built in big scale though not in such grand scale ! The Park has an enormous number of facilities like the 120 seater restaurant,1500 people seater Amphitheater,mini markets, Yoga centre & an artificial lake all on the southern side of the park.
On the northern side, there is a jogging park,multiplex theatre & a restaurant,children`s playing area a very large number of swings & also a multi-activity centre.Worth a visit to see the grandiose vision display in reality of the chief minister of Chattisgarh,Dr Raman Singh !
4.5 based on 32 reviews
if u want to know about the tribal culture of chhatishgarh then u should visit this museum . located in new capital 15 km from old capital only can be reach by ow vehicle as new capital is yet not full trasport system
4.5 based on 28 reviews
The Kevalyadham Temple,also called the Adinath Jain Swetember Tirth, is located near Raipur & is a pilgrimage centre for the people of Jain religion.This temple complex is constructed in beautiful white marble & has 26 temples within its fold.The other temples of varying sizes, are constructed very close to each other with idols of the 24 Tirthankars & Risabdev of Jain religion.They also have an adjoining Dharamshala which can be used by the pilgrims.
4.5 based on 32 reviews
Temple gives us mental relaxation and burning of all worries. Going is biggest fun and adventure in my life. It feals full of excitement and energetic in temple of goddess Jatmai. An ghatarani is a most precious temple to visit. It almost 35 km from Jatmai temple
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