Leisure Options in Mundhwa

Leisure Options in Mundhwa

Once solely an industrial zone, Keshav Nagar is now a prominent residential housing market for the smart home-buyers. The locality offers its residents a multitude of benefits that include cost, comfort, convenience and connectivity.
Here we’ve listed some top places to eat, go shopping and best things to do in and around Keshav Nagar.

Visit the Nearby Malls
Keshav Nagar has a wide variety of entertainment destinations around – residents may enjoy a day watching movies, go out for a meal or visit the top pubs at Amanora Town Centre, Seasons Mall, Nitesh Hub or Phoenix Market City.
Additionally –
● For shopping – These malls comprise of top brands for apparels, shoes, bags, workout equipment, cosmetics, accessories, home décor, groceries, toy stores and more
● For selfcare – There is a wide variety of Spas and Salons facilities at these malls (brands vary from mall-to-mall). We recommend taking a prior appointment to avoid those long waiting lines
● For gamers – These malls also have gaming zones with arcade games, bowling and more for kids as well as adults. Cinepolis at Season’s Mall and Phoenix Market City even offer wireless VR gaming zones.

Watch Movies Under the Sky
Watch movies under the starlit sky at SCC Republic, an open-air theatre, located at Koregaon Park-Mundhwa Annexe road. It is India’s only immersive cinema experience, contrary to the usual four walls of dark theatre rooms. Enjoy movies on breezy evenings with a mug of chilled beer and some yummy munchies. With fairy lights above you and big screen in front, you can enjoy the films even if you are not a cinephile. They even organize private screenings for big groups at some of the best venues in town. Tickets usually start at INR 240 per person and you can avail amazing discounts on couple/ group bookings.

Sport Centres
Legends Sports Club located less than 3 KMs from our residential projects in Keshav Nagar, is well-known for its cricket academy and is an excellent place to be coached for the sport. They even have the city’s largest public squash facility and being the only ones in Pune to provide public access, it’s sure worth a visit. These courts are well-maintained and clean. The charges start at INR 450, it’s a good deal for sports enthusiasts to give it a shot with the 1-hour test out before signing up for coaching.

Shop for Your Gardening Needs
Jagtap Nursery located near Seasons Mall in Magarpatta, is a massive nursery with a wide variety of plants that are organized systematically into various categories such as kitchen plants, mosquito repellent plants, ornamental plants, bonsai and several others. Their staff is trained well and can give you a tour explaining the various plant types. They also showcase and sell a vast variety of pots and planters, fertilizers, gardening equipment and they even have a separate section for artificial plants.

Explore the Rich Cultural Heritage of Pune
Pune in general is a veritable treasure trove of tourist spots. From majestic palaces to historic museums, from kid-friendly themed parks to sports complexes, Pune has something for everyone.
With such a rich culture and historic background, there is hardly a surprise.
● Aga Khan Palace – The palace was built in 1892 by Sultan Muhammed Shah Aga Khan III, with the intention of providing employment to the famine struck populace. Being surrounded by the lush green gardens and still standing tall as a heritage site in Pune, the Aga Khan palace requires a half to full day tour. The palace also houses Mahatma Gandhi Memorial which showcases the life of Mahatma Gandhi and displays his personal belongings and artifacts from the freedom struggle days.
● Maratha History Museum – This history museum started in 1925 and is legacy of late Rao Bahadur Parasnis of Satara, deeply interested in Maratha history, he collected varied historical materials from different parts of Maharashtra and other regions of India and some foreign countries. Besides original documents, the Museum has also a rich collection of more than 2000 microfilms and photo-copies of original modi Marathi and Persian documents of the 18th and 19th centuries. And has over 200 manuscripts in Marathi, Sanskrit, Arabic, Persian and English in the museum collection.
●National War Memorial Southern Command – This war memorial was set up in 1998 and is the only war memorial in South Asia to have been setup by non-army citizens. It is dedicated to post-independence war martyrs. Alongside the memorial, there is an indoor and outdoor war museum. Artifacts here are diverse and range from uniforms, war arms and ammunition, tanks, jets, and even gallantry awards.
● Tribal Museum – This museum showcases the tribal lives of the indigenous groups from the Sahaydri and Gondwana region of Maharashtra and represents the various traditions, cultures and heritage from the daily life of the remote tribes. The museum has a collection of textiles, jewellery items,arms and armoury, handicrafts, musical instruments and others.

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