Situated in the district of Gautam Budh Nagar in Uttar Pradesh, Noida lies 25 km away from New Delhi (the national capital). Bordered by cities of Delhi and Ghaziabad Yamuna River on the other, Noida is one of the major IT hubs in the region. Corporates such as Samsung, HCL, Barclays, and several others have set up offices here. The weather conditions in Noida are said to be extreme, characterized by scorching hot summers and biting cold winters. Noida can be reached easily through various modes of transport: air (the nearest airport is Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi), rail (Old/New Delhi railway stations) and road (DND Flyway, Noida-Greater Noida Expressway and the Yamuna Expressway). Buses from New Delhi, Meerut, Ghaziabad, Dehradun, and Khair make halts at Sector 35 Bus Stand. Noida offers several accommodation choices catering to different kinds of travellers. If budget isn’t something of a bother and you’re planning to spend quite a bit of time in the city, you can opt for furnished service apartments in Noida. The best serviced apartments in Noida are fully furnished and come with hotel-like amenities such as free WiFi, laundry service (mostly in-house), prompt room service, a gym, and a games room. Fully-fledged kitchenette, washers and dryers may also be provided for the guest (in case of extended stays). Choose between a budget and luxury service apartment depending on your requirements/budget. There are plenty of tourist spots in Noida that can be visited with friends and family. These include Shaheed Smarak, Akshardham, Okhla Bird Sanctuary, Rashtriya Dalit Prerna Sthal And Green Garden, Surajkund Lake, Shri Kalkaji Mandir, and ISKCON Temple. When you visit Noida, check out some of its finest restaurants such as Mainland China, Desi Vibes, Mamagoto, Swagath, Made in Punjab, The Great Kabab Factory, Berco’s Garden, Tawak, and Punjabi By Nature. In case you enjoy shopping, head to DLF Mall of India, Gardens Galleria Mall, Spice World, Logix City Centre Mall, or Wave Mall.
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