The charming city of Hyderabad features a captivating blend of old-Islamic-world and hi-tech business hub. No matter what part of India you are living in, you might have heard of the famous Hyderabadi Biryani, the breathtaking architecture and its lingo. However, this isn’t all about the capital of Andhra Pradesh! There a lot more that makes this city one of the best places to live in the country.
Here are top 5 things Hyderabadis love most about their city.
Great Quality of Life
2016 ‘Quality of Living’ ranking list by Mercer is out and Hyderabad comes out as the most liveable city in India consistently for second year, securing 139th global rank. Some of the key parameters considered in this Mercer survey include individual safety, social-political environment, health and medical facilities/awareness, environment quality, public services, education and recreation facilities.
A Fast emerging business hub
There is no doubt that Hyderabad is one of the up-and-coming business hubs of India, giving a real tough competition to current IT hubs Bangalore and Pune. Government bodies, investors and incubators in this Telangana capital have been pulling out all stops to develop the city to serve the most powerful business ecosystem of the nation.
The fascinating Andhra city is soon going to be the first-of-its-kind and largest warehouse home of e-commerce giant Amazon in India. Uber too have opted the city for establishing its largest international office. It is worth noting that the city has currently over 1800 startups.
The Hyderabad Startup Ecosystem will possibly be bigger than the Bengaluru Startup Ecosystem by 2018, says Sanjay Enishetty, 50K ventures
Enriched Food Scenes
The moment your ears listen to a word Hyderabad, it instantly reminds you of Hyderabadi Biryani regardless if you have tasted a real one or not. However, that’s just a tip of the iceberg! The city’s gastronomy reveals a strong influence of both north and south India’s cultural in its delicacies. The city is famous for its kebabs, Haleem and chai. For those with a sweet tooth, sheer khurma and Shahi Tukda are a must-try. I know you are soon going to begin your foodathon in the city!
The cosmopolitan society
While in Hyderabad, you will find people from most parts of the country. This truly matters for those who have migrated to the city for employment or business purpose. And there are many into this list as the city is a hub for IT, Pharma and Biotech industry in India. The city has world-class infrastructure, excellent road network and good weather. Compared to other cosmopolitan cities, newly migrated people will find it easier to sync with the city for comfortable living.
Proximity to Nature
For those who often plan to elope in nature-friendly places on long weekends and holidays, Hyderabad is a great place. Drive a few kilometers from the city and you can breathe into open air surrounded by raw nature. Hussain Sagar, the Banjara Hills, Jubilee Hills, Papi Kondalu, Bidar and Nagarjunasagar are some of the nearest tourist destinations.
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