New Delhi: Located on the foothills of Zabarwan Mountain, Asia's largest tulip garden in Jammu and Kashmir saw over 130,000 footfalls during the first ten days of this month.
It is expected that this year the previous record of visitors will be broken. Named as the Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden, it is one of the must-visit places in Srinagar. The seven-terraced garden is known for its 48 varieties of tulips.
The garden also possesses several types of other flowers such as daffodils, hyacinths, roses, narcissus and other ornamental plants. The water channel running through the terraces adds more charm to the picturesque and makes it a perfect place for couples who can get some memorable pictures clicked here.
Spread over 30-hectares of land, this tourist site in Srinagar comes to life during the spring season when the Tulip Festival is held. Inaugurated for the public, this festival is a must-see in Kashmir for travelers who want to see the natural beauty of the union territory, the rich Kashmiri culture, its handicraft and cuisine.