Realize the Sphere of Fantasies at Kingdom of Dreams, Haryana

The next day after my arrival in Bawal, I had my schedule planned. No doubt, I was looking for a place for fun and leisure and I have read about this destination known as the Kingdom of Dreams. So I wanted to check it out!

A destination which is a combination of leisure and entertainment is the first of its kind in India that offers unlimited fun and enjoyment. Kingdom of Dreams is located in Gurgaon, Haryana and was started in the year 2010 and has developed as one of the newest fascinations around Delhi. It is a seamless union of Indian culture, crafts, tradition and cuisine found under a single umbrella, the Kingdom of Dreams.

I was thrilled by its name and ambiance, food, culture and art, and it can easily be compared with the world of Bollywood and possibly be the reason why it is known as the Kingdom of Dreams.

culture gully entrance kingdom of dreams gurgaon

Culture Gully entrance Kingdom of Dreams Gurgaon | Image Resource :

The astounding design and architecture of the place has been charmingly constructed to give an extravagant touch to the world of fantasies that is beholden in it. From the structure of the building, it has maintained the richness of the cultural fabric that defines the Indian culture. When we entered the citadel, there are two foremost theatres, Showshaa Theatre and Nautanki Mahal, which hold the cultural avenue called the ‘Cultural Gully’ and a restro-bar based on Bollywood theme, IIFA Buzz Lounge.

Inside the ‘Cultural Gully’, we experienced a magnificent shopping environ with crafts bazaar, themed restro-bars, and state pavilions, which added colours to this lavish place. The most striking moment is the vibrancy in the live music and in the colours; the artificial sky like arched ceiling gives an appearance of everlasting daylight with a picture-perfect sight. Yes, it is truly a dream!

I got the details on ticketing and bookings from the official website; nonetheless, here is a snapshot of the bookings and timings.

Timings: Weekdays: (Tues-Friday) 12:30 pm-12:00 am; Monday closed

Weekends: (Sat-Sun) 12:00 pm-12:00 am

Entry Fees:

Weekdays: Rs.499 per person; Weekends: Rs.599 per person

Entry is free for children below 4 feet of height.

Being a cultural lover and street shopper, who loves clicking pictures, this was certainly the place for me to have an experience worth witnessing that brought a smile on my face at the end of the day even after my budget thinking.


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