Amazing Places to Visit
Situated in the Prime Location of Rajpur Road, Hotel SkyKing has proudly been a landmark hotel in the city. With close to an hour journey to Mussorie, the hotel is well equipped with all modern amenities and has been accolated with many recommendations and awards from our Guests.
Pacific Mall, Dehradun
4 min (200 mtrs) via Rajpur Rd
Dehradun, one of the most popular tourism destinations in Uttarakhand, is now home to a new shopping mall as some of the most aspired lifestyle brands that are known for their premium quality.
The mall covers a huge amount of land with a huge parking complex, and has witnessed a record breaking number of visitors in the previous year.
Mussoorie/Queen of The Hills
40 min (25.2 km) via Mussoorie Rd
Mussoorie is located in the Dehradun district of Uttarakhand. It lies at an altitude of 7,000 feet with a background of the Shivalik range of the Himalayas. Because of its pleasant climate, Mussoorie became the British summer capital.
Guchhu Pani/ Robbers Cave
14 min (3.8 km) via Johri Gaon Rd and Supply Rd
Robber's Cave, locally known as Gucchu Pani, is a river cave formed in the Himalayas, about 8 kilometres from Dehradun, Uttarakhand. This river cave is believed to be an abode of Lord Shiva and is very close to Sahasradhara
13 min (5.8 km) via Canal Rd
Sahastradhara literally means 'thousand-fold spring'. It is a popular attraction, famous for its medicinal & therapeutic value as its water contains sulphur. A dip in the Sulphur-rich water here feels cold and refreshing but is believed to have remarkable medicinal advantages.
22 min (8.4 km) via Supply Rd
The Tapkeshwar Temple, also known as the Tapkeshwar Mahadev Temple, is located at a distance of 6.5 kilometres from the city centre of Dehradun. A humble cave shrine dedicated to Lord Shiva, this revered temple is situated along the banks of a river which imparts it a unique sanctity.
22 min (8.1 km) via Rajpur Rd
Buddha Temple is a holy temple of Lord Buddha in Clement Town, Dehradun. Best architecture and painting at walls of the temple makes its a popular attraction and a perfect Picnic spot in Dehradun.
Known for its intriguing Japanese style architecture, beautifully-manicured gardens, and serene ambience, the temple depicts the life and teachings of Lord Buddha in the form of paintings and murals.
1 hr 33 min (47.5 km) via Chakarata Rd
The wetland at Asan Barrage, is situated near the confluence of two perennial rivers Asan and Yamuna near Dehradun. A barrage located at the confluence of Eastern Yamuna Canal and Asan River is Asan Barrage in Doon Valley, Dehradun. The barrage contributes well in the process of electricity generation and the dam is the reason for the creation of the Asan Reservoir or Dhalipur Lake.
Dehradun Zoo, Malsi Deer Park
10 min (3.8 km) via Johri Gaon Rd and Supply Rd
Malsi Deer Park is a major wildlife lovers attraction after Rajaji National Park in Dehradun. Located at 10 km from Dehradun at Mussoorie Road, this mini Zoological park or garden is now developed as a famous family outing/picnic spot in Dehradun and flushed with visitors during weekends.
51 min (22.4 km) via Doiwala Rd
Surrounded by Sal trees, accompanied by deciduous shrubs, and shimmering with the cold waters of Susma river, Lachhiwala is known as a Nature Park. The highlight of the picnic spot is its pool which is quite an attraction for nature lovers. Soak in the sunlight while swimming in the man-made pools of Lachhiwala.Encircled between Sal trees, Lachhiwala provides a calm and fun loving environment for visitors. Children and elders find Lachhiwal equal enjoying.
Daat Kali Temple
49 min (19.6 km) via Rajpur Rd and Saharanpur Rd
The Daat Kali Mandir is located in the Dehradun district of Uttarakhand near the city of Dehradun. It is one of the most visited temples in the state. The Daat Kali Mandir is a temple dedicated to the goddess of Shakti, Lady Kali. he Daat Kali Mandir is located only 14 km away for the capital of Uttarakhand, Dehradun and hence it is very well accessed.
Rajaji National Park
1 hr 23 min (56.2 km) via Ambala-Dehradun-Haridwar Rd
Haridwar is also a popular destination for nature and adventure lovers. The Rajaji National Park is about 820 sq. km. in area; attracts wildlife lovers with its pristine scenic beauty and rich bio diversity. Three sanctuaries of the Shivalik range of western U.P. -Rajaji, Motichur and Chilla were amalgamated into a large protected area and named Rajaji National Park in year 1983It has 23 species of mammals and 315 avifauna species.
Forest Research Institute - FRI
31 min (11.0 km) via Rajpur Rd
Forest Research Institute, established in 1878, made a humble beginning. The college also offers all type of programs, degrees, and courses. All admissions are done on the basis of entrance tests. The Forest Research Institute (FRI) is situated on 2000 acres of breathtakingly beautiful and serene green fields with rows of trees. Long walks in the tranquil and peaceful atmosphere of FRI are popular with visitors. In the fields of FRI, one may see a broad variety of plants and trees from all around the world.
1 hr 35 min (41.5 km) via Mussoorie Rd
Located on the road between Dehradun and Mussoorie, the Ram Garh area of Tehri Garhwal. Kempty Falls is a very popular tourist attraction for those travelling between Dehradun and Mussoorie. In the fall of high country temperatures, the water that cascades down the cliffside make a picturesque and excellent place for swimming and hot baths. Summary:
49 min (32.6 km) via NH 7
The Fun Valley Park is located in the "Golden Triangle of Uttaranchal" - Haridwar, Rishikesh and Dehradun; and it is equidistance from all three towns.The Fun Valley Park is equidistant from all three towns in Uttaranchal's "Golden Triangle" - Dehradun, Haridwar, and Rishkesh. It is ideally located on the Dehradun-Haridwar Highway (NH-72) and offers parking for small and large vehicles, as well as group and tour buses.
Fun 'N' Food Kingdom
40 min (16.0 km) via Rajpur Rd and Ambala
Fun 'N' Food Kingdom, Dehradun's first amusement and water park, is the place to go if you want to have "fun all day." A complete amusement and water park with 13 high-tech rides, a picnic area, a boat club, water slides, a wave pool, a rain dance, and water activities for kids in the Kids Pool, all surrounded by lush green lawns, fountains, and a beautiful layout with ultra-modern equipment to provide additional educational and scientific knowledge to the kids.
1 hr 13 min (26.7 km) via Mussoorie Rd
The Lal Tibba region has been occupied for a long time, functioning as a summer retreat during the British Raj and a military recovery station, earning it a reputation as a cantonment cum hill station. The Indian Military Services have taken control of the area. La Tibba, which is in the shape of a small terrace, offers amazing views of the Tibet border. The location is tranquil and contains remnants of British architecture.