Constructedover an area of 6 acre at the cost of INR 200 crore, Kingdom of Dreamsis the first-of-its-kind live entertainment and leisure destination in India. Launchedin 2010, the place boasts of a fascinating amalgamation of entertainment,culture, cuisines and other aspects inspired by different regions and states ofIndia.Nautanki Mahal, a grand palace like auditorium with capacity of 835 seats isthe prime attraction here. It regularly features theatrical productions from India as wellas abroad.
ShowshaaAmphitheatre is another attraction (with capacity of 350 seats) which hostsmusical productions. The most striking section at the kingdom is its CultureGully. Theme based restaurants, offering ambiences, architectures and cuisinesfrom different states of the country, along with two lounge bars, attract thevisitors. The gully also features handicrafts stores, mystic centre and massagecentre that are equally intriguing. IIFA Buzz Lounge featuring Bollywoodmemorabilia is an exciting recent addition. There are separate tickets forattending the ongoing productions. INR 50 from the entry fee is refundable.
The world-class Delhi-Gurgaon Expressway offers the most convenient route to the Kingdom of Dreams located in Sector 29 of Gurgaon. State transport buses, local buses, taxis and cabs are the best modes for this purpose.
The closest railway station is of Gurgaon (about 8 km. away) and the nearest metro station is at IFFCO Chowk (less than a km. away). From the railway station, you can hire an auto-rickshaw to access the place.
The Indira Gandhi International Airport of Delhi is only about 18 km. from this location. You can hire taxi from the airport to conveniently access the destination.