The place is big and well maintained, but it is too commercialized. It was our family visit and they asked us to park near the gate. After that since we were with a small kid we asked if we could get a shuttle or something that can take us around the venue.
It is there, but no one knows when it comes and goes. So you are on your own there. The place is spread in some 50+ acres, so walking the whole stretch is not possible. They have a restaurant inside that serves good food and very fresh. Rest there is very little thought put for convenience of the visitor. Like in front of the temple, they will ask you to remove footwear, but there is no mat after that so that you can be spared of the heat from the stone on the footsteps. I think the total footsteps were around 30. So it was not something that you can just run through.
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