Gandipet Park – A must-visit beautiful and serene park

Spend time with nature at Gandipet Park

The vast expanse of Gandipet Park

Gandipet Park is a beautiful and serene park located on the banks of Gandipet Lake, also known as Osman Sagar.

This park is a recent addition to the list of parks in this bustling metropolis of Hyderabad and was inaugurated in Oct 2022. Currently, the park is spread over an area of ​​18 acres and has been developed by the Hyderabad Metropolitan Development Authority (HMDA). The Government of Telangana is planning to develop another 125 acres in the days to come, which will have an infinity pool, camping tents, gazebos, boating, and food courts.

This park is home to a variety of flora and fauna and is a great place to unwind and relax. One of the main attractions of the park is Gandipet Lake, which forms the backdrop of this park. Another attraction is the open-air amphitheater, which has a capacity of 1200 people.

The park is well designed, with the entrance having 12 arches and art pavilions dotted all over.
Check out the sunset from this place. This park with well-manicured lawns is a perfect spot for a photo shoot.

Just go, walk, relax and soak in the scenery and enjoy the outdoors.

The well-manicured lawns at the park Image credit

This park will soon be a popular spot for picnics and nature walks once the word spreads around. Currently, there is sufficient space for parking 2-wheelers and 4-wheelers.

Overall, Gandipet Park is a great spot to relax, take in some fresh air, and enjoy nature. If you’re looking for a place to take a stroll, have a picnic, or just spend some time outdoors, it’s definitely worth a visit. And make sure to bring your camera, because you are going to want to take plenty of pictures!.

Gandipet Park lit up at night


The ticket counter is open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The park is open from 9 am to 9 pm

Entry Fees:

Rs 50 per head


  1. Visit the park in the evening. The place looks mesmerizing when it is lit up
  2. Remember to carry water with you
  3. Entry tickets are not sold after 6 pm. So you will have to pick them up before the counter shuts down.
  4. You are allowed to carry food from outside as there are no food courts on the premises.
  5. Vehicle parking charges are free
  6. Visit the Chilkur Balaji Temple which is nearby.
The 12 welcome arches at the entrance lit up
What to do next?

Check out my blog article on 41 amazing places to visit in Hyderabad.

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