8 Famous Hidden Places in Surat

1, Dutch Cemetery

Located near Kataragam Gate, this cemetery dates back to the 17th century and is a peaceful place with historical significance. It is dedicated to the Dutch who played a role in Surat's history.

This aquarium is named after the renowned scientist Jagdish Chandra Bose and is situated in the Pal area. It is relatively less crowded compared to other attractions and offers a unique experience for marine life enthusiasts.

2 Jagdishchandra Bose Aquarium

3. Sneh Rashmi Botanical Garden

Located in the Athwa area, this botanical garden is a serene and green space away from the city's hustle and bustle. It's a great place for a peaceful walk surrounded by nature.

4. Sardar Patel Museum

Also known as "Hanging Gardens," these gardens are located in the Chowk area and are a serene spot for a relaxing time. The architecture and greenery make it a pleasant place to visit.

5. Radha Damodar Temple

This temple, dedicated to Lord Krishna, is located in the Adajan area. While it's not entirely hidden, it might be less frequented by tourists compared to more famous temples in other cities.

6. Dutch Gardens

Also known as "Hanging Gardens," these gardens are located in the Chowk area and are a serene spot for a relaxing time. The architecture and greenery make it a pleasant place to visit.

7. Gopi Talav

This is a historic lake in Surat with a charming temple in the middle dedicated to Gopi, a milkmaid associated with Lord Krishna. The serene surroundings make it a peaceful spot.

8. Udhna Darwaja

While the Surat city walls and gates are well-known, Udhna Darwaja is one of the less-visited gates. It's a piece of history and offers a glimpse into the city's past.