Sindhuri Residency

2-4-133 M.G. Road, Beside KFC, Near Paradise Circle, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, 500495, India
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advice on where to live???

by husna215

Will be moving to Hyderbad in September...any recommendations on areas to live in? I will be coming with my husband, we are a young couple and like to be near the action but have a decent night's sleep, clean place, etc. I will be working in Secunderabad but heard that it would be more exciting to live in Hyderabad. However, I'm still worried about the commute to work? Any advice would be truly appreciated, and yes, we are on a budget.


RE: RE: advice on where to live???

by edwardseco

Its a bear to travel across the twin cities. I would prefer to be near work. I also prefer to be out of the city center with all the pollution and hubub and rare violence. I prefer Secunderabad. Keep in mind that city boundaries wander in and out and there is very little distinction except for postal address. The posh north is great but housing costs reflect that..

RE: RE: advice on where to live???

by husna215

thanks for the advice. any specific areas i might look into in secunderabad that are more affordable?...and on an off note, tell me they have good coffee there? (nothing against the irani chai, love that too)

RE: RE: advice on where to live???

by alycat

Helo Husna

Since you will be working in Sec'bad, West marredpally and Sikh Village would be better options for accomodation, green and peaceful. There isnt much of a prob with distance betwen Hyd and Sec'bad, so you might as well come down once or twice a week to Hyd for food and movies.

Happy travels

RE: RE: advice on where to live???

by husna215

thanks....actually, im leaning towards hyderabad, secunderabad has less charm i hear? I don't mind being in the hustle and bustle, any suggestions for hyderabad? I'm looking at maps and consulting with my employers right now, however i will not be making a decision until i get there. thanks again.


RE: advice on where to live???

by chiru123

Visit Hyderabad information guide website


RE: RE: advice on where to live???

by alycat

Your employer can try and find a accomodation for you in Hyd. It isnt a prob, and ya a budget accomodation would not be a prob. Relax, things will fall in place when u land here, so you can decide for yourself

Happy travels, Ali

RE: advice on where to live???

by akaar2001

hi my name abdul from hyderabad hyderabad is too place where u have adjust & lots fun here. so please come to hyderabad n enjoy

Travel Tips for Hyderabad

From an Indian tourist's point of view

by alycat

Hyderabad has a theater for almost every colony. Most of the movies dont make any sense. Though with the advent of Cable Television, not many families are opting for theaters, there still are some people who have a made it a habit of watching a movie every week irrespective of the star cast, director or banner. Every weekend theaters are full. Hyderabadis have coined choicest phrases such as "Kya Shot hai baap!" for a Van Damme kick. The reason why its popular entertainment is because the maximum ticket rate that you come across would not exceed Rs 40. Mind you the theaters are fully A/C, equipped with latest sound effects, digital sound, and luxury seats.

It always feels nice that someone likes you. Eves dropping (or "light marna") has always been popular in Hyderabad. It has been constant. You will find that at most of the places you will find people staring ogling at ladies (all types) all the time.

The scene has to seen to be believed when there is a ruckus or brawl on the road or on the street. The whole public joins in deciding who was wrong or right. Firstly, they try n understand the situation, then they try n add fuel to fire, then if the fight is not intersting enough, they will try n pacify both the parties and try n wiggle out an amicable solution, which is not always acceptable to both parties.

"High" Tea!

by vpas about Finjaan

This place serves exotic teas.They also sell tea powder and tea making equipment.It is worth going here for a tea ceremony,that would leave you relaxed and would also do wonders for your health. Jade tea here is superb and great for your health

Golconda fort

by vpas

This great fort was built in the 13th century.First the kakatiyas and later the Quli Qutb shah kings occupied this fort.The speacial feature of this fort is the advanced acoustical marvel,when you clap your hands standing below the dome at the entrance,it can be heard at the Bala Hisar which is the highest point in the fort.This was used to warn the residents of the fort about who was arriving(whether a guest or enemy)
The sound and light show(which has the voice of Amitabh Bachchan,explaining the history of the fort)is a not to be missed one.It brings history alive!
Timings are - 9.a.m. to 6p.m..There are shows in Hindi,Telugu and English

mitsi900's new Hyderabad Page

by mitsi900

The sad part is that I went here with my husband to meet one of our freinds' - & both the men are REALLY lazy!!!! I hardly got to see anything - only the Birla Mandir & the dam - both of which are mentioned here. The rest of the places I saw on my bus ride into the city from Bangalore.
Hyderabad is the capital of the state Andhra Pradesh in South India. It is famous for a whole lot of things - the architecture, cuisine & of course the technology boom! Close to it (4km) is it's twin city - Secunderabad, which I found better to live in as it more peaceful.It was till very recently ruled by the nizams - many people think that Nizam means rulers but Nizam is the name of the family that ruled Hyderabad. They are responsible for the Hyderabadi culture....There is a map here that shows Hyderabad & Secunderabad seperated by the Hussain Sagar - the most beautiful artificial lake I have seen


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