About Faridabad, Delhi NCR
Faridabad of today is world apart from dusty dry patch of factories and warehouses. The city of today is well-connected through skyways, metro and string of comfy cabs. Visiting Faridabad is not such a headache now. The most famous attraction of Faridabad is Surajkund, a 10th century water reservoir built by Tomar king Surajpal and is about 8 km from South Delhi. Besides being a historical site Surajkund is more renowned for its annual ‘Surajkund International Crafts Mela’, which is a melting pot of global handicrafts and culture. Another of Faridabad’s charms is Badkhal Lake, fringed by Aravalli hills and is Haryana government’s latest pet tourist project for development. The city has a lot to offer and day by day is growing into a better version of itself.
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About Chinese Cuisine
‘House Of Ming’ of The Taj Mahal Hotel is where power dines. This restaurant plays host to some of the big shots in the political field and is their favourite destination for delectable Chinese. The chefs are flown in from China to retain the authenticity of the cuisine so if you are in the mood for some Chinese, come to House of Ming. Fortunately located ‘Taipan’ presides on the top floor of The Oberoi Hotel, enjoying an unbarred view of Lutyen’s Delhi. The restaurant is operational since 1980s and is considered to be one of the oldest restaurants in Delhi. It enjoys a steady flow of dedicated regulars who come in often for their favourite Chinese. ‘Woks’ at The Lalit used to be its popular Thai restaurant but since then the restaurant has established a name for itself in the city for mind-blowing Chinese food. Along with a spectacular view of the city, you’ll get a desi version of the delicious Chinese fare.
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