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Tour the Stunning Akshardham Temple

From visiting the beautiful Akshardham Temple and playing a round at Noida Golf Course to shopping in the Sector 18 area, Radisson Noida offers an abundance of fun activities. Corporate guests appreciate proximity to major exhibition centres like India Expo Centre and Mart and Pragati Maidan, and sports fans can visit Noida Stadium and Greater Noida Sports Complex.

Experience these nearby attractions:

  • Noida Park (walking distance)
    Go for a leisurely stroll through this scenic park that showcases gorgeous fountains and landscaping. A children's park is the perfect place to let the kids run wild while you take a moment to simply pause.
  • Noida Stadium (2.2 km)
    Noida Stadium consists of a basketball court, squash court, table tennis court, lawn tennis court and skating arena.
  • Sector 18 (5.7 km)
    Home to such popular brands as Dockers, Reebok and Adidas, this popular shopping market also features several restaurants and movie theatres.
  • Kidzania (6.8 km)
    A small dream city for every kid, this community allows kids to make their own rules, have their own economy and take on various careers.
  • Noida Golf Course (7.3 km)
    This 18-hole course welcomes experienced golfers and beginners. Located at the site of the famous 1803 Battle of Delhi, the course also features a monument to the battle.
  • Mall of India (7.5 km)
    The Mall of India has six customised shopping levels including international and Indian stores, dedicated kids zones, international cafes, a food court and a wide range of restaurants.
  • Ski India (7.9 km)
    A unique indoor science-fiction based snow park, Ski India offers guests a different kind of skiing experience and an array of intergalactic games. The temperature remains at -10°C to -15°C ​to ensure snowfall ​all year around.
  • Okhla Bird Sanctuary (9.8 km)
    The Okhla Bird Sanctuary (OBS) provides a home for more than 320 species of birds. The sanctuary spans around four square kilometres and lies at the entrance of Noida in the Gautam Budh Nagar district of Uttar Pradesh.
  • Akshardham Temple (11.5 km)
    One of the most famous attractions in Delhi, this temple highlights all aspects of Indian culture, including architecture, art and religion. Tour the gardens, enjoy a boat ride or visit the musical fountain.
  • National Zoological Park (15.6 km)
    Browse the animal and plant exhibits at this 176-acre zoo with a variety of animals, including tigers, chimpanzees, elephants and lions.
  • Pragati Maidan (17.3 km)
    Built in 1982, this exhibition centre hosts several large events, including the India International Trade Fair and the World Book Fair.
  • Greater Noida Sports Complex (28.3 km)
    This expansive cricket stadium provides a home for the Afghan national cricket team.
  • India Expo Centre and Mart (29.2 km)
    Spread over 58 acres of land, the expo mart hosts various large events such as auto exhibitions, the Indian handicraft fair and Print Pack India.
  • Buddh International Circuit (42.9 km)
    A motor racing circuit with a capacity of 120,000 people, this track offers tours and driving events so you can experience the thrill of racing.
  • Haridwar (201 km)
    Millions of people visit this common pilgrimage destination each year to bathe in the Ganges River.
  • Agra (203 km)
    Agra features many famous buildings from the Mughal era, including popular tourist destinations like The Taj Mahal, Agra Fort and Fatehpur Sikri.
  • Jim Corbett National Park (219 km)
    India's oldest national park, Jim Corbett National Park is known for its large population of Bengal tigers.
  • Rishikesh (221 km)
    Rishikesh lies in the foothills of the Himalayas and is renowned for its yoga facilities.
  • Nainital (274 km)
    Admire beautiful views of the Himalays from this valley near a serene lake.
  • Mussoorie (277 km)
    Visit this hill-station town to take in impressive Himalayan panoramas.