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Shilparamam, Hyderabad, India

Updated: Dec 8, 2019

Are you planning to visit Hyderabad, India and looking for a place to buy a souvenir? Then don't forget to visit this very popular shopping place called Shilparamam.

Shilparamam is the most incredible, cultural and traditional place of crafts and culture across the country. It is an arts and crafts village that's a tribute to the cultural legacy of India. 

The best part of it is - Shilparamam isn't only a shopping place, likewise, it has an attraction within it.

1. Rural Museum

2. Boating

3. Rock Museum

4. Recreational Area

5. Village Museum

6. Sculpture Park

This place is stretching out over 65 acres of land which subsist of various stalls like food, bags, flowers, furniture, kitchenware and home decorations, included the museums and different attractions. 

Opening Hours:

Monday - Sunday

10:30 AM - 8:30 PM

Entrance Fee:

Rs. 40 - Adults

Rs. 20 - Child

Other Fees:

Rs. 30 - Boating charges/person

Rs. 15 - Battery Operated Car/person

Location: Jubilee Enclave, HITEC City, Hyderabad, Telangana, India

Phone: 040 6451 8164

You feel that you are so "Titas of Manila" is when you are looking for furniture, kitchenware or any home decoration. LOL ...and I am. LOL

Oh, don't forget to buy some wooden home decoration as the carving details of it is perfectly delineate and look so ancient. You will not regret it. *wink*

Waaaa, this necklace flower makes me entertained. I don't know why, but when I entered Shilparamam, I continue saying "WOW" in every stall. I can't explain guys! You know what I mean already. LOL 

This bag and kitchenware sections are my most loved spots inside Shilparamam. I adore how bright the items are - all of it is saying "Hi" to me and the design is so insane! I fell in-love with it. India's arts are a bomb - always make me amazed! 

I actually bought two sling bags, three pairs of slip-on slippers and one set of cup and saucer for my tea and coffee. Yeeee!

Each art piece I saw makes my jaw drop and keeps my heart thumping. I'm so kinikilig. India's natural beauty, richly diverse cultural heritage and vibrant echoes can be seen here.

Oh my! I truly miss to shop there. Who wouldn't like to shop at this extremely alluring and amazing shopping place? Obviously, nobody!

Make the most of your shopping! 

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