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“Peace”
Review of Lady Hydari Park

Reviewed February 18, 2013

we were there bit early so there was very few people and it was just very peaceful. Should reach there by am.

Thank Chrisagtk
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Reviewed January 18, 2013

The park seems to be couple’s paradise. It is the best place for a quiet and lovely time. Many kinds of flowers could be seen. A zoo is also located within the park. Didn’t find it exciting.

Thank Arjuna R
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Reviewed January 8, 2013

Enjoy with a languid pace, in a laidback manner, enjoy the gentle breeze wafting across the park, have a leisurely stroll, specially recommend to visit after a rain-soaked night, in morning. Drops of water clinging on the edges of flower-petals glistening in sunlight (see the photographs) creates an etheral image that gets etched in heart forever. Avoid the weekends, too crowded, it seems the entire Shillong has taken a plunge here. Car parking was indeed a problem. Whenever I cam here, I actually parked my car in the hotel and took hired taxi/auto etc to come here. Don't stay late, leave the park in afternoon as you see the crowd is thinning out. To keep the park clean, kindly avoid eatables inside, though I found picnic-groups also inside. This actually is a slow-kill for this once-beautiful spot. Its still beautiful today, lets maintain it like that. Its in the middle of the hill-station, so well-approachable within the city.

1  Thank KINGSHUK S
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Reviewed January 4, 2013

a very old fashioned zoo experience, it does seem sad to see them in such small cages but the variety is remarkable from leopards to bears, be sure to look at the tusks of the now extinct meghalayan elephant

Thank jamieravi
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Reviewed December 27, 2012

Where can you get zoo, lush green garden, a water body with ducks, plenty of flora and fauna and swings for kids. To top it all there is a small museum where they have kept fossils of some of the animals. The most amazing was that of a tusker.

1  Thank keshav_chawla
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