Take a morning walk and perform yoga at Dimna Lake, located at a distance of 13 km from the city limits in a picturesque setting at the foot of the famous Dalma Hills and near Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary. The lake was constructed by Tata Steel as a water reservoir to serve the needs of its industry as well as the city. The lake looks stunning with the shadows of the majestic hills and the dense trees around. Sunrise and sunset views are amazing.
Have a picnic in Telco Colony. Hudco Lake is one of the star attractions of Jamshedpur as the lake with its artificial waterfalls and beautiful park draws visitors in great numbers. From the hilly regions around the lake, you can have an excellent view of the city.
The twin golf courses at Beldih Club and Golmuri clubs of 9 holes each are more than 60 years old. However, 9 holes may be repeated in order to play 18 holes game. The course is laid in an area of approx 65 acres.
Enjoy boat ride at Jayanti Sarowar, situated inside Jubilee Park and inaugurated in 1956. It is spread over an area of 40 acres. Earlier known as 'The Jubilee Lake', the Sarowar was specially dredged and deepened for boating. There is an island at the centre of the lake, which adds immense beauty to the lake. The park is home to an impressive variety of roses. Children can have a great time here as there are swings, skating rides, see saws and windmills. The illuminated fountains add charm to the scenic park.
The Jubilee Nicco Amusement Park is a make believe world of fund and fantasy for the children, on the lines of its counterpart in Kolkata. The Disneyland of Jharkhand, within the Jubilee Park, has games and joy rides as whirling in the wind, dashing cars, rolling till the moon, derby riding, caterpillar ride; 75-meter slide etc that can be enjoyed. The latest addition to this decade old park is 'Upvan', a picnic spot amidst well-manicured lawns and flower beds. There is a pond within the park, where you can go for boating.
Cycle through or spend a day outdoors at Jubilee Park, a popular 200-acre park in Jamshedpur, delights the visitors with its stunning landscape. Created by Tata Steel, the park was inaugurated by Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, the then Prime minister. The three colored fountains look stunning in the evening when illuminated. Well maintained trees and flowerbeds make this place exceedingly beautiful. Also known as the "Mughal Gardens of Jamshedpur", this park includes Rose Garden, Smriti Udyan, Tata Steel Zoological Park and Foliage Park
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