November 10, 2012

Kingdom of Dreams - Culture Gully

Eat Your Way Around India in One Night

Kingdom of Dreams
Kingdom of Dreams main pavilion
Kingdom of Dreams, India’s first live entertainment and leisure destination located in Gurgaon, is proud to present Culture Gully, one of the core attractions of this unique destination. Spread over 100,000 square feet Culture Gully is an elaborate boulevard of culture, arts & crafts and cuisine under India’s first ever skydome. This magical avenue offers an exciting experience of a busy Indian street showcasing India as a delightful destination to savour the best of local cuisines, sample many of India’s renowned handicrafts and enjoy live performances by traditional artists. The Culture Gully presents a magnificent Indian carnival showcasing 14 states of India in all their splendour on a single street enveloped under the breathtaking skydome. It is a kaleidoscope of India’s unique cultural diversity. Culture Gully brings together the grandeur of India’s ancient and diverse architecture, integrated perfectly with traditional Indian performing arts, entertainment and India’s rich cultural heritage.

Culture Gully entrance facade
Six restaurants, six show kitchens, three street bars and seven retail stores, representing 14 states of India engage and entertain visitors at Culture Gully. Interesting architectural and cultural facets of Sikkim, West Bengal, Assam, Kerala, Delhi, Punjab, Madhya Pradesh, Chennai, Goa, Mumbai, Lucknow, Kashmir and Rajasthan, are presented in this magnificent boulevard. Visitors have a surfeit of options from enjoying a leisurely cup of South Indian filter coffee at the unusual Madras Café, to a massage near the beaches of Goa; from trendy shopping on Mumbai’s fashion street to enlightening spiritualism at the Mystic Centre. Assam Tea House welcomes all visitors with India’s famed variety of teas, while enjoying performances and wares of local artisans, street performers and folk dancers from across the country.

Goa Pavilion
The sheer artistry extends to the splendour of the architectural details at Culture Gully. It places a visitor in the midst of a huge set of an epic serial or period movie with its imposing façade designed by Omung Kumar. His innovative multilayered and complex architectural style and ingenious designs, have given Kingdom of Dreams and Culture Gully a unique dimension.

Chennai Pavilion
Here you can visit a quaint tavern in Goa; imbibe the spirit of Kerala’s backwaters; or walk past Mumbai’s Rajabai Clock Tower, all while you savour authentic cuisine, crafts and culture! Choose from over 20 amazing food and beverage destinations with over 250 regional dishes, cooked by our 140 chefs; brought in from various culinary destinations across India. This uniquely modern yet intrinsically Indian destination is expected to contribute to domestic tourism and carve its place as a must visit attraction in the hearts and minds of Indian and International visitors.”

Entertainment is never to be the same before since Kingdom of Dreams has opened its gates to this magical and mystical arena.

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