Vadodara Entertainment


The active and busy social calender of the citizens of Vadodara is a hallmark of the enjoyment quotient of the Vadodara Entertainment services. Although Vadodara does not have a rocking nightlife, the cosmopolitan city has it all. Be it the swank and snazzy malls, plush multiplexes, cinema halls, restaurants and bars, cozy coffee joints, bistros, fast food outlets as well as a handful of discotheques and nightclubs. The city is opulent in Gujarati film studios as well as several impressive old style cinema halls that have been refurbished to maintain their grand appearance.

The popular tourist attractions of Vadodara include the following:

  • EME Temple Vadodara
  • EKirti Mandir
  • ELaxmi Vilas Palace Vadodara
  • EMuseums in Vadodara
  • EBaroda Museum and Art Gallery
  • ESayaji Bagh Vadodara
  • EKhanderao Market, Vadodara
  • EMaharaja Fateh Singh Museum

    Apart from these majestic architectural landmarks and venerable shrines, the city also has a number of wildlife sanctuaries and menageries that evince the natural diversity. Clubs and associations are dotted all over the city of Vadodara.

    Gujarat being the birthplace of Mahatma Gandhi, the Father of the Nation, is a conservative state with many stringent and prohibited laws. Drinking is also banned in Vadodara. Only some of the five star hotels serve alcohol, but that too comes at an exorbitant price. Vadodara nightlife is not active as that of the metropolitan cities like Bangalore, Mumbai, New Delhi or Kolkata. However the city does have a discotheque known as the Generation 2000. All the city's restaurants, bars, clubs and coffee joints have to close shop by 11:30 p.m.

    A list of the eminent Cinema halls, health clubs and discotheques of Vadodara that are an integral part of the Vadodara culture have been cited here for future reference:
    • Cinema Halls:
      • Sagar Cinema
      • Vihar Cinema
      • Alpana Cinema,
      • Apsara Cinema, Tagore Rd,
      • Prince Cinema
      • Aradhana Cinema
      • Natraj Cinema
      • Rajshree Cinema
      • Rupam Cinema
      • P.D.R.Sports
      • Pratap Cinema
      • Sadhna Cinema
    • Cultural Center:
      • Bhadralok
      • Sega World
    • Discotheque:
      • Generation 2000
    • Health Club:
      • The Mpc Gymkhana
      • Trim N Slim
      • Life Line Gym
      • New Miseko Gym
      • Radiance Fitness & Beauty Care


      Last Updated on: 8/05/2013

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