Manesar lies in the Gurgaon district of the Haryana state in the northern part of India. It is located on the Delhi-Jaipur highway 25 km away from Gurgaon. This is popular as a Industrial Model Town (IMT). Manesar has many industrial units. It is a part of National Capital Region (NCR).
There are several sightseeing spots in Manesar. Also tourists can come across lots of industries here. In Manesar Honda Industry was established and it has more than 500 units running currently. The famous units include Baxter, Mitsubishi and Maruti-Suzuki. The other famous pharma industrial units in Manesar are Premas Biotech, Standard Diagnostics and Degania Medicals. This place is the headquarters of the National Security Guards. NSG Training Center and the National Bomb Data Center are located here.
Mata-Sheetala Devi Temple:
Spiritual travelers can visit Mata-Sheetala devi temple, in Gurgaon which is a famous shrine.
Sheikh Musa Tomb:
In the town of Nuh, 45 km from Gurgaon, tourists can see the tomb of Sheikh Musa. Here Muslim and Rajput architecture has been blended. It also comprises a red stone masonry tank on the western side and the shaking minarets are another interesting sight.
Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary:
The Sultanpur bird sanctuary is a famous bird watching spot of the area. One should head out here early in the morning to spot many water and migratory birds.
Boating and rides on hot air balloon are available for tourists at the Damdama lake, located to the south of Gurgaon.
The compulsive shoppers should not miss out the Millenia City of Gurgaon, the unofficial mall capital of India. People can shop till they are exhausted and can try out many restaurants within this mall. One can also catch up with movies in multiplexes here.
Sohna Sulphur Spring:
Sohna, on the Gurgaon- Alwar highway is famous for its sulphur spring which is said to have medicinal qualities.
Palace of the Nawab of Pataudi:
The palace is near Gurgaon, in the town of Pataudi, which is 60 km from Delhi, the capital city of India. One can have a fascinating view of the sprawling gardens of this palace. This noble, white palace was built by Nawab Ibrahim Ali Khan and was designed by Heinz in the year 1935. It has stunning verandahs, which frame vast skies with views over the gardens of roses and cypresses. It also has a vast golf course. This royal, historic palace has been converted into the Pataudi palace resort.
The Jami Masjid is located in Farukhnagar, located in the district of Gurgaon, near Manesar in the Haryana state of India. It is built of the famous Agra Red-Stone. The masjid was built by Faujar Khan, Governor of this town. It is ornamented with a commemorative marble tablet. Tourists can visit Manesar at anytime of the year.