About Hussain Sagar Lake
Hussain Sagar Hyderabad
Hussain Sagar was a man-made lake built during the time of ruler Quli Qutub Shah and named after Hussain Shahi Wali who helped to design it, It was built on the Tributary of the Musi river and fed constantly for several years and it connects the twin cities Hyderabad and Secunderabad. In the middle of the river, a Budha statue is built with a single rock on the Gibraltar rock which adds the iconic view to the city of Hyderabad.
It was recognized as the ‘Heart of the World’ by UNWTO as it is the largest heart-shaped mark among the 78 marks on the earth. It is adjoined with numberable Eat Streets to enjoy the umbilicus food with good music seeing the beautiful view of the lake. You can experience the best view in the evening lights at the Hussain Sagar lake.
One of the largest man-made water bodies of the city, the Hussain Sagar Lake is the breathing ground of Hyderabad and the most happening spot post-sunset. The crystal clear water and its clean environment creates the perfect respite for the urbanites and spend a quiet time. The lake area is flanked by walking trails and gardens. There are boating and parasailing options for visitors as well.Book Now
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