One of the famous Hyderabad tourist places, Lumbini Park Hyderabad was developed by the Hyderabad Urban Development Authority in the year of 1994. Perfect place for relaxation and amusement, Lumbini Park has been named after birthplace of Siddhartha who later came to be known as Lord Buddha. The park is part of the Buddha Purnima project of Hyderabad Urban Development Authority. After the later Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh, this park was renamed at the T. Anjaiah Lumbini Park in the year of 2006. However, popularly it is still known by the name of Lumbini Park.
Situated quite close to the famous standing statue of Lord Buddha and Hussain Sagar Lake, the largest artificial lake of Asia, the Lumbini Park is a place worth visiting. An apt place for relaxation, this park is visited by everyone. It is quite popular among kids. For kids, there are fun rides. It is more like a mini entertainment park right in the middle of the city, by the side of an beautiful lake.
One of the main attractions of the Lumbini Park is the giant clock at the entrance of the park which has been designed using various kinds of colourful flowering plants. Along with seasonal flowering plants, wide variety of cacti and rocks, the park also has many options to keep kids entertained. The Musical fountain and water cascades attract everyone. The sight of water shooting up to the sky, making a screen of water where the history of Hyderabad is being shown is something not many of us have seen before. It is an experience in itself. The best part of laser show is that just 3D. You will see a city created in 3D right at a park.
Lumbini park also enjoys a good location as it is surrounded by the state Secretariat, the Hussain Sagar Lake and the famous Birla Mandir. Lumbini park timings are from 9.00 A.M. to 9.00 P.M on all days of the week.
For an enjoyable evening, by the side of nature this is one of the best places in the city. A refreshing break from the malls and movie halls, Lumbini Park offers a setting where you can laze around; a perfect place to spend some quality time with your loved ones.
Lumbini Park Entry Fee
- 20 per person for Adult
- 10 per person for Child
- 350 per person for Speed Boating (Adults / Children)
- 55 per person for Mechanised Boating for Adults
- 35 per person for Mechanised Boating for Children
- 110 per person for Bhagamati Boating for Adults
- 80 per person for Bhagamati Boating for Children
- 100 per person for Rajahamsa (A Family Boat/Min 5 persons)(No Alighting At Budha Statue)
- 50 per person for Laser Show
- NA for Video Camera
- NA for Still / DSLR Camera