Home to Kaanch Mandir, a breath-taking Jain Temple made from glass panels, mirrors and mosaic, Indore is a popular tourist destination in Madhya Pradesh. The largest city and deemed the commercial hub of Madhya Pradesh, the city of Indore was discovered by Rao Nandlal Chaudhary during the mid-1710’s and put on the map of India, courtesy Rani Ahilyabai Holkar. The city is served by the Devi Ahilyabai Holkar Airport, the Indore Railway station and a network of state-run buses, connecting the city to the rest of the country. If economical accommodation is what you are looking for, then the budget hotels in Indore are your best bet. Rather simple, the rooms are provided with basic amenities and though these budget hotels in Indore do not have an in-house restaurant, they make up for it by providing complimentary breakfast in makeshift dining halls. Laundry service and on-site parking facilities are usually not part of the package here. In terms of exploring the city, a visit to the following tourist destinations is a must when in Indore - Rajwada, Choral Dam, Nehru Park, Lal Bagh Palace, Khajrana Ganesh Temple and Patalpani. A visit to the Mayank Blue Water Park is the best way to beat the heat here. As for shopping for brands, local items and souvenirs, Treasure Island Mall, MT Cloth Market and Mrignayani Showroom promise to keep you busy. Famous for its food, Chappan Dukan, Sanchi, Chotiwala, Nafees The Family Restaurant and Kebabsville are places to dine at.