Destination Snapshot

  • Travel Style

  • Culture Vultures
  • Family Fun
  • Relaxation Bliss
    • Language

      Gujarati, Hindi and English
    • Altitude

      53 metres/174 feet above sea level
    • Time zone

    • Theme


Boasting of a rich history with a blend of modern charm, the land of Gandhi – Ahmedabad – welcomes you!

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  • Sabarmati Ashram

    A trip to Ahmedabad is incomplete without visiting the abode of Mahatma Gandhi, the Sabarmati Ashram. The ashram remains a significant part of the city’s rich heritage.

  • Variety of Museums

    You will find many museums in Ahmedabad, ranging from textile museums to vintage car museums, kite museums and even a utensil museum. The city believes in the culture of preserving historical artefacts.

  • Gujarati Food

    When in Ahmedabad, you must try the famous Gujarati specialties including dhokla, srikhand, khandvi and haandvo or dine at a restaurant serving the special Gujarati thali. You will not only love the food but the way it is served to you as well.

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  • Nightlife

    If you are looking out to hang out at a bar, sipping on your favourite cocktail with your buddies, you may be disappointed. Alcohol consumption is prohibited in the state of Gujarat. However, tourists can get a permit on their arrival in Ahmedabad that allows them to consume alcohol.

Describing It

Popularly referred to as the ‘Land of Gandhi’ with the Sabarmati Ashram still holding its old-world charm for visitors, Ahmedabad comes across as a city rich in history. From mosques to museums, tombs, temples, stepwells and lakes to theme parks, galleries and spas, Ahmedabad, also known as Amdavad, has a lot to offer.

A bustling mini-metropolis with a rich heritage and culture, Ahmedabad is the gateway to great Gujarati food and ample shopping venues. The city is a gastronomic paradise and since most Gujaratis are vegetarians, you will find vegetarian food more often than not. Ahmedabad is also known for its various textile industries, so traditional hand embroidered clothes make for great gifts back home.

Language is not a problem in Ahmedabad. Although the local language is Gujarati, you can get around easily using English or Hindi at most places. Ahmedabad may not be a very popular ‘tourist’ destination but it’s certainly worth a visit. The marvellous architecture featuring a perfect blend of Hindu and Muslim styles, Gujarati hospitality and the essence of something that tells you non-violence and peace are the key to a happy life, all make for a well-deserved holiday to Ahmedabad.