The heaven on earth- Kashmir is ready to welcome you in one of the largest South Asian Tulip Festival 2017. The mega Tulip Festival 2017 has been organised by Jammu & Kashmir Tourism in order to showcase the beauty of nature and colour in the state. Kashmir Tulip Festival 2017 will be a part of Bahar-e-Kashmir (spring in Kashmir). A huge number of Tulip range will be shown during the Tulip Festival 2017 in one of the largest Tulip Garden in Asia. Since 2007, Jammu & Kashmir Tourism has been organising Tulip Festival to enhance the tourism in Kashmir during the spring.
Details of Kashmir Tulip Festival 2017
About Tulip Garden in Srinagar
Tulip Garden of Kashmir has been named after the Prime Minister of India and thereby it is called as Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden. Located in the Sirag Bagh Chesmahsahi in the capital city of Srinagar, the Tulip Garden is the largest one in the Asia. It has been spread over 12 hectares that have been situated on the foothills of Zabarwan Range that have a view of Dal Lake.
Srinagar’s Tulip Festival 2017 Attractions
Every year the Kashmir Valley is filled with Tulips during the spring season, that not only add charm to the beauty of the Valley but also attract a large number of tourist from al over the World. The 15 days long Kashmir Tulip Festival 2017 in Srinagar will be a perfect event to know the Kashmiri culture more closely.
- 60 Varieties of Tulips.
- Exhibition of Handicrafts.
- Cultural programs.
- Kashmiri Songs.
- Traditional Kashmiri food.
One of the finest Tulip Festival will not only attract you towards it but also make you fall in love with them. With the spring on, Kashmir is also set with one of the most popular flower fest in the Valley. Tulip Festival 2017 will offer an amazing view of nature with a perfect blend of delicious food in the Valley.
Kashmir Tulip Festival 2017 is not to be missed because it is one the kind and amazing flower fest all over the World, that too in a mesmerising place, that has been termed as the heaven on earth- Kashmir. Pack your bags and plan for something exciting this summer to beat the heat.
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