These Photos From The Asia’s Largest Tulip Garden Are Just Heavenly!


The six-day long Tulip Festival in the Asia’s largest Tulip garden has finally begun. More than 50,000 tourists have visited the Tulip garden since its opening on March 25. The festival aims to showcase the local handicraft, cuisine and culture to appeal the local as well global tourists.

This year the garden has around 15 lakh Tulip flowers of 62 varieties. They are expected to stay in bloom for around 3 to 4 weeks.

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The Tulip garden is located in the foothills of Zabarwan mountain range and is spread over 30 hectares of land.


After the latest surges in the Covid -19 cases, the government has requested people to wear masks and follow social distancing norms during their visit.

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How To Reach The Tulip Garden In Srinagar :

There are total 3 routes which you can take to reach Srinagar. First you need to reach Srinagar and then you can book a cab or a local service as per your convenience.

If want to travel by air click on the Book cheap air tickets and it will take you to the site where you can enter your nearest airport and add Srinagar as your destination to check if any direct flights are available. Or you can take a flight to Delhi and from there you can book another flight to Srinagar. You have to follow the same procedure with other two routes.

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  1. Metropolis Hotel, 730 metre away

2. Houseboat New Suzan, 390 metre away

3. Hotel Grand Boulevard, 1.1 Km away

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Asia’s Largest Tulip Garden, Srinagar, India

Apart from tulips there are other flowers like Daffodils, ranunculus cherry blossom and hyacinths.

Mesmerizing view of the Tulip Garden

The Tulip garden saw 4000 visitors on the opening day. Checkout more photos of the Tulip garden on Indian Express.

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