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Known as the twin city of Hyderabad, Secunderabad is located in Telangana and dates back to the 19th century for its establishment. Paradise is a well-known restaurant of the city which has major connections to the other parks the intercity railway stations and a commuter rail hub. Paradise is a simple restaurant serving Indian food cuisine with the best flavours of the south intermixed. The place is about 2 km. far from the Secunderabad Railway Station and even the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport of Hyderabad takes about one hour to reach, being located at a distance of 37 km. The Paradise Metro Station is also very close.
Circled by many other food joints, markets, temples, theatres and different tourist places of the city, Paradise is a prime location and the hotels near Paradise, Secunderabad are very much in demand. To meet the requirements, Treebo has a number of hotels in Secunderabad, near Paradise that can be booked online at very cheap rates. All the rooms in the hotels are furnished with latest luxuries with the supply of complimentary breakfast, basic amenities and unlimited internet and television services. The food services of Paradise are also excellent. However, for having different cuisines, there are also other restaurants like Blue B, Karachi Bakery, Hunan Chinese Restaurant, Garden Restaurant and Spice Garden.
There are many places to hang out around Paradise in Secunderabad like, Parade Ground, Clock Tower, Ujjaini Mahankali Temple, The King’s Temple Church, Sanjivaiah Park, Do Science, Rose Garden, Begumpet Hockey Stadium, Gymkhana Cricket Stadium, War Memorial, Parade Ground, Parshvanath Jain Mandir and Sai Baba Temple. There are also many markets in the locality which can be hopped in for some street shopping with huge rates of bargaining and grabbing the best possible deals. Some of them are Tobacco Bazaar, General Bazaar and Nala Bazaar. The street food must also be tasted along with the food items in the restaurant.
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