Park Plaza, Zirakpur
Ambala- Chandigarh National Highway District Mohali, Zirakpur, Punjab – 140603 (Near to Chandigarh)
Chandigarh International Airport (IXC) to Park Plaza, Zirakpur : 25 minutes
Chandigarh Railway Station to Park Plaza, Zirakpur : 25 Minutes
Ambala Cantt. Railway Station to Park Plaza, Zirakpur : 45 minutes
New Delhi Railway Station to Chandigarh Railway Station : 4hrs 35 minutes
Chandigarh Sector 17 ISBT to Park Plaza, Zirakpur : 25 minutes
Ambala Cantt. Bus stand to Park Plaza, Zirakpur :45 minutes
Note : Ola and Uber Cabs are available in Ambala and Chandigarh
Must Visit Places Around Zirakpur and Chandigarh
Chattbir Zoo (formally Mahendra Chaudhary Zoological Park), is a zoological reserve near Zirakpur, India. The zoo was developed in the 1970s and is home to a huge assortment of feathered birds, warm-blooded animals and reptiles. The zoo was inaugurated in 1977 by the then legislative head of Punjab Mahendra Mohan Choudhry, and it was dedicated as Mahendra Chaudhury Zoological Park. At first, the zoo was populated by few creatures brought from Guwahati Zoo, Assam and it soon turned into the biggest zoo in Northern India
Government Museum and Art Gallery
The Government Museum and Art Gallery, Chandigarh is designed by the Swiss born French architect, Le Corbusier. It houses the gathering of models, smaller than usual canvases, current and contemporary craftsmanship, materials, ornamental workmanship, coins, original copies and earthenware. The exhibition hall has likewise been proclaimed a Grade-I legacy working by the Chandigarh Administration inside the ambit of the Chandigarh Master Plan 2031.
Chandigarh Capitol Complex
Chandigarh Capitol Complex, situated in Sector 1 of Chandigarh city in India, is an administration compound composed by the designer Le Corbusier and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is spread over a territory of around 100 acres of land and is a prime appearance of Chandigarh’s design. It involves three structures, three landmarks and a lake, including the Palace of Assembly or Legislative Assembly, Secretariat, High Court, Open Hand Monument, Geometric Hill and Tower of Shadows.
A symbol of imagination and novelty, this one is of its kind of garden spread across an area of 64 acres. The Rock Garden has been designed as an open air exhibition hall using urban and industrial wastes by Nek Chand, a former Road Inspector in Chandigarh.
Nestled at the foothills of Shivaliks, Sukhna Lake is a beautiful lake set amid the picturesque surroundings. Quite popular amid the locals and visitors, the place is a perfect destination for solitude seekers.
Punjab Kala Kendra
Located in Sector-16, this academy has an astounding compilation of modern art and also conducts exhibitions on various subjects to support budding artists.
Museum of evolution of Human life
Showcasing the evolutionary roadmap of human lives, this museum has galleries on Astronomy, Archaeology, Pre-historic and Geology presented with scientific and technical display and complete with reference libraries.
Located in Sector 31A in Chandigarh, Japanese Garden is a well-groomed, beautifully maintained park which houses a park, water bodies, pagoda towers, waterfalls, meditation centres, buddha idol and several other structures.