The city of Ahmedabad is typically the heart of the State of Gujarat! Food and festivals, summer and streets, and traditions and diversity are the core elements decorating and lighting the city up! Also recognized as the first world Heritage City in India, Ahmedabad or Amdavad is rich in its culture and heritage and has its own charismatic aura. There are so many things to do in Ahmedabad that you will not want to leave the city for a long time!
Doesn’t matter if you’re a localite or a visitor, Here are some of the best things to do in Ahmedabad:
One of the most exciting places in Ahmedabad is Shott, an indoor amusement center, also Ahmedabad’s largest gaming arena. There are so many different types of games here, catering from kids as young as 3 years old to adults as old as 70 years of age. There are different games like go-karting, bowling, 360 cricket, laser war, zipline, etc. they also host birthday parties, corporate parties, kids parties, etc. there is a special kids city built which caters to games for young children. There are different charges for different games.
Taking Switzerland feels right in the city is one of the most fun things to do in Ahmedabad. Maniar’s Wonderland is Gujarat’s first and largest snow park located in the city. This snow park is everything that we hope for and more in terms of the setup and the ambiance. You can also book your private indoor park exclusively for your friends. With more than 15 fun and adventurous snow rides, this place is filled with amazing thrills and chills, literally!
Let’s admit it, shopping is always a fun thing to do in Ahmedabad, be it on the streets or in the mall. The most famous shopping mall in the city is the Ahmedabad One mall, also earlier known as the Alpha One Mall. From a large food court to many famous restaurants, book stores, musical shops, and many famous and popular shopping brands like Nike, Adidas, French Connection, Accessorize, Lifestyle, Shoppers Stop, Reliance, and many more, this place can be your one-stop solution for anything that you may possibly need.
It also has fun zones for children like the Fun City with many rides and other games as well as a theatre that completes your day! One of the top fun things to do in Ahmedabad definitely includes this place and the activities on the list.
A 5 minutes walk from the mall leads you to the Vastrapur Lake surrounded by lush green gardens and on certain occasions, water flows here from the Narmada River. The lake is situated in the heart of the city, the area of Vastrapur. There is no entry fee and you may visit the park to walk, jog or simply to sit or play.
Timings: 8 AM to 10 PM
Once cannot essentially talk about the city of Ahmedabad without mentioning the famous Law Garden. From early morning walks, laughter clubs, and yoga to evening jogs, this place is filled with different people enjoying and playing and walking and sitting in the garden. In the evening, you can also grab a cup of fresh soda and the children can enjoy horse rides, and camel rides right outside the garden.
The late-night street food market at Law Garden Khau Gali, now called the Happy Street, is amongst the most favorite and loved things to do in Ahmedabad. While you’re here, don’t miss out on the delicious, hot corn servings!
Yet another fun thing to do in Ahmedabad is street shopping at law garden. A huge line of street shops are open all year round displaying and selling Navratri outfits and accessories, and other street shops offering clothes, footwear, sunglasses, etc. Women from all over the country and even abroad visit the place to purchase these ethnic outfits for the festival of Navratri.
Pro tip: Street shopping is one of the top things to do in Ahmedabad and calls for exclusive bargaining skills!
The Ahmedabad Riverfront is one of the most peaceful places in the city to enjoy early morning and evening walks. The Riverfront also hosts boat rides and speed boat rides which are among the fun things to do in Ahmedabad.
The Themed Flower garden located at Riverfront is one of the newest additions to the city’s prestige and is a fun place to visit in Ahmedabad. This park showcases different, incredible, and unique flower species as well as types of plants all throughout the year. Both seasonal and nonseasonal varieties can be found here. While some plants are only for the purpose of display, there are many which can also be bought.
Timings: 9 am to 10 pm
Days: closed every Monday
This cafe is one of the first to introduce the concept of real-life gaming experience and has the best library of games! The concept of the Escape room is quite unique wherein a group of people is locked in a room and in order to escape from the room, they must solve the required mysteries and puzzles. It is one of the most thrilling things to do in Ahmedabad especially when you’re with your friends. There are many places like Mystery Rooms Ahmedabad and Breakout that have such escape rooms.
Put your detective hat on and get started!
This place simply adds to your list of fun things to do in Ahmedabad. For all the gamers out there, this is the perfect place for you where you can play your favorite video games and enjoy delicious food all in one place! This place has a unique setting where there are Playstations for those who wish to play and a restaurant setting at the back end of the place. Located near the University Area, this place also attracts the youth and young gamers for whom the place is no less than heaven!
Other places that offer board games while enjoying the food are Scrabble, Java+, Social Knights, City Monk, Cafe Unlocked, Game On Cafe, etc.
There are many other cafes in Ahmedabad with unique offerings.
Cafe Skyrf is a doorstep library that organizes events like stand-up comedy, poetry recitation, open mic, book reviews, storytelling for the children, etc. Many other cafes like Cafe Natrani, All The Perks Cafe, Shake Maker, Juggernaut Arena, and Ristretto are some of the places which offer events and exciting things to do in Ahmedabad like open mics, standup comedy events, storytelling, live music and performances, live streaming of football/cricket matches, etc.
Caffix- The Tech Cafe is famous for its food and technological solutions for phones. ‘Cafe’ + ‘Fix’ makes Caffix and they are known for solving issues in the phone while serving food.
Seva Cafe is built with the motto – “living is giving” and runs with a unique concept where guests donate money for the next customer’s meal. This cafe’s primary objective is to collect donations and runs with the concept of “pay as you wish” where the profits are used to support social projects.
Echoes is an exciting place to visit in Ahmedabad for its unique concept of hiring the deaf and mute staff. The orders are placed simply by explaining the food by pointing it out on the menu or via sign language. It is empowering and enlightening and is a place you must visit while you’re in the city.
The Orsang Camp, a 2 hours drive from the city, is one of the most exciting places to visit in Ahmedabad for the amazing range of activities available here. It is located in the Gamdi Village and provides a rejuvenating experience with nature. Some of the best things to do around Ahmedabad include visiting the place to experience thrilling activities such as the country’s longest zipline, the rope adventure zone, kayaking, eco go-kart, flying fox, Tyre Tumble, Orsang Bridge, Sky Walk, Zig Zag, and many other fun-filled activities.
Other places to enjoy ziplining in Ahmedabad: Sabarmati Ziplining
Kankaria Lake is a fun place to visit in Ahmedabad. It is the city’s largest lake built by Sultan Kutubuddin in the 15th century. Kankaria lake is a famous place in Ahmedabad for children and families to spend a Saturday at. It has a small adventure park with various rides, a small toy train that takes you on a mini trip of the whole place, hot air balloon rides, and beautiful gardens in the vast place.
If you visit this place in December, make sure you don’t miss out on the Kankaria Carnival covering many cultural, social, and art events during this period.
Situated on the banks of the Kankaria lake, this zoological garden is a unique area of wildlife species, many of which are on the verge of extinction. It is home to species like the Asiatic Lion, Indian Wild Ass, flamingos, and mouse deer as well as albino animals like the red-necked wallaby.
The unique gufa was built to show collaboration between artists and architects. It is modern art in a cave, an underground gallery showcasing famous artworks. Hussain and Doshi, the two artists whose idea that it primarily was, it exists in the central campus of the CEPT University. There is a small ‘zen cafe’ just outside the gufa and is widely popular! For all art lovers, this gufa is a must-visit!
The Adalaj stepwell, also known as the Adalaj Ni Vav is a historic destination set in the village of Adalaj and attracts pilgrims and tourists all across the country. The five-storey stepwell is 19 km away from the city and represents the cultural, utilitarian, and spiritual sentiments of many people. Its unique architecture and deep-rooted history holds high significance for many, especially the people of the village. This stepwell has been studied by many for its architecture and its incredible structure and is a historical place to visit in Ahmedabad.
Timings: 6:00 am to 6:00 pm, every day
One of the most complex and intricate architectural structures of Ahmedabad is the Sarkhej Roza. The tomb is grouped around a stepped tank and is dedicated to the Ahmed Khattu Ganj Baksh, the mosque, the tomb of Mehmud Shah Begada, and his queen as well as the palace and pavilions. The buildings are built with pierced stone trellises and are a unique structure to visit. The visiting hours are 9 am to 6 pm every day and there is no entry fee.
The 600-year-old gateway of the city, The Teen Darwaja located in the old city of Ahmedabad was built by Sultan Ahmed Shah in 1415. It represents the Islamic architecture and is known for the detailed craft that is carved in the work. The Teen Darwaza translated as the three doors, the center one being the tallest. The design on the windows typically includes the tree of life and five palm trees covered with snakes.
Make sure you add this place to your list of famous places to visit in Ahmedabad for its history, heritage, and craftsmanship that it entails.
The SG highway or the Sarkhej Gandhinagar Highway is one of the most well-built highways in the city. On your long drive on this highway, you can find a number of shops, tea stalls, and other stalls of various food items and places to sit and enjoy. This is a prime destination in the city for most people to enjoy their long drives on especially in the evenings when the sunsets. It connects Ahmedabad with Gandhinagar and forms a major part of NH 8C.
Built by Ahmed Shah in the 1400s, Jama Masjid is the city’s and the country’s most popular and beautiful mosques. This place has an intriguing history of how it was built as well as the materials used to build it and is interlinked with the stunning architecture. While you’re on your visit to see this beautiful structure, don’t miss out on the mausoleum wherein the grave of Ahmed Shah, his son, and his grandson rest, located just right next to the mosque.
We suggest the best time to visit the place in the early morning with the peaceful quiet of Ahmedabad or late evenings filled with the apt atmosphere.
The collection of beautiful unique textile collections as old as 500 years ago, this museum is one of its kind. With collections and exhibits such as the incredible Kashmiri shawls, this museum is the perfect place to explore and learn about the history of Indian textile and the detailed handwork and craft. The visit is divided into two parts; the morning hours are dedicated to visit the textile galleries whereas the afternoon tour is reserved for the Sabarmati Foundation’s collection of religious art.
Timings: 10:30 am -12:30 pm, 3 pm – 5 pm
Days: Closed on Wednesdays
If you are looking for a place for a one day picnic, Akshardham is your one-stop solution. The Akshardham Temple in Gandhinagar is a famous tourist attraction for the enriching experience and the power of the prayers that devotees find here. This place has many other interesting activities here, such as the gardens, exhibitions, and the water show.
Fees: Mandir – free, Exhibitions – Rs. 60 and Rs. 40 for adults and children respectively, Water show – Rs. 100 and Rs. 70 for adults and children respectively.
The Auto World Museum is a shoutout to all the car lovers, especially the ones for vintage cars. With every type of automobile on display, this museum has one of the biggest collections of the types and times of automobiles, ranging from vintage cars to motorcycles. It also showcases high-end cars like Bentleys and Rolls Royce in various pavilions.
One of the most important, historical, and famous places to visit in Ahmedabad is the Sabarmati Ashram, the headquarters of Gandhiji during the freedom struggle of independence. This place is a rich portrayal of the Gandhian beliefs and it is said that this place is located between a cemetery and a jail because Gandhiji believed that anyone who followed his principles would end up at either of the places.
The Sabarmati Ashram is a historical place to visit in Ahmedabad. Tourists from around the world come to visit this place, the famous ‘charkha’ and also the museum that has been built there.
Timings: 8:30 am to 6:30 pm
Cost: Free entry
The ISKCON Temple (The International Society for Krishna Consciousness), also known as the Hare Krishna Movement, is a widely regarded, believed, and a famous place to visit in Ahmedabad. Darshan (worship) at this place brings out a different atmosphere, especially for the worshippers of Lord Krishna. There are Sunday feasts for every worshipper who comes to visit the temple.
There are scheduled timings for different Aartis starting from 4:30 am till 8:30 pm in the evening.
Timings: The Temple remains closed during the following hours – 01:00 pm to 04:00 pm and 08.45 pm to 04.30 am
For every kid and adult who is a science nerd, this place is their dream place. With unique labs, interesting activities, and many other happenings in the scientific community, this place educates, interests, and attracts many young talents and inspires young children to explore the field of science. It’s IMAX 3D theatre, hall of science, musical dancing fountain, and many other exciting and interesting take place on a daily basis here.
Fees: Rs. 5 children fees, Rs. 10 Student fees, Rs. 20 – Adult fees followed by different charges for different activities.
Timings: 10am – 7:30 pm
As the name suggests, the Sindhi Market is located in Kalupur. The shops look raw and rusty from the outside and the place has a long line of shops each selling similar or different things. The market is huge with a wide variety of things that one might shop for. It ranges from clothes to bags to footwear and many other things like home decor or small furniture. The market specializes in all ladies wear and the shoppers do bargain! It is closed on Sundays.
Timings: 10 am to 9 pm
This is a very unique type of museum, only for the different display of types of borders. The borders are mainly made up of Zari, raw materials, and finished goods. One can also find designer sarees, blouses, and other clothes here. There is a separate collection of handmade borderwork like zardozi, Parsi embroidery, crochet knitted items, etc. on display.
Established by Seth Hathee Singh, a wealthy Jain merchant in the 18th century, this temple is dedicated to Dharmnath, the 15th Jain Tirthankara. The temple is known for its unique styling of architecture and its incredible carvings. With its main focus on Jainism, It has been built purely using white marbles with fantastic galleries on the sides. With each shrine having an image of a Tirthankara, this temple has a cemented courtyard and 52 holy places and is one of the best Jain temples in India.
The Vaishnodevi Temple in Ahmedabad is a replica of the one in Jammu Kashmir. It attracts many pilgrims and worshippers all around the world. It is located on the Vaishnodevi circle on the Sarkhej Gandhinagar Highway. It is popular for its divine aura, and the faith that is bestowed in the people.
Entry fees: free
Timings: 5 am to 10 pm
The Sidi Saiyyed Mosque, also popularly known as the Sidi Saiyyed Ni Jali, is the hallmark of African architecture in India. It was built in the year 1573 by the Sidis and is one of the finest architectural structures in the city. It is located in the old city and is among the famous places to visit in Ahmedabad. It is constructed as a four-walled dome-like structure with unique craftings of the windows, the intricate and famous “Jalis”.
Timings: the mosque is open 24/7
The Shri Camp Hanuman Mandir is built for the preachers of Lord Hanuman or Hanuman Dada. This temple has a unique history and also has many events and festivals that are celebrated. On the birthday of Lord Hanuman, a procession begins from the camp and goes on for 14 km long, with the chariot of the god accompanied by trucks of music and prayers. Sweets are distributed among volunteers and devotees and the Hanuman Chalisa is sung out loud.
The Swaminarayan Temple in Kalupur is dedicated to Narayan Dev. With its incredible carvings and architectural work, it is yet another stunning structure in the city. It is a prime location especially on Diwali for Darshan. It is best known and visited for its spectacular morning Aarti and is also known for prioritizing the visitors’ convenience with the medical clinic and multi-storey guesthouse.
Located in Thaltej, Ahmedabad, Gurudwara Gobind Dham is one of the most visited and worshipped places in the city and is a sacred place for the Sikhs. The beautiful white and golden dome adds the charm and enlightenment to the architecture and adds a sense of peace to the whole place. The place also provides “Langar”, free food every day in masses, and offers free education for the needy and underprivileged. Make sure you cover your head before you walk inside the Gurudwara.
VSSE located in Ahmedabad, the hometown of Dr. Sarabhai is built for the Indian Space Programme, for the development of space technology and innovations. This exhibition helps to communicate and share with the public their achievements, projects, and models through media, presentations, and 3D theatres. All entries and shows are free of cost. Some attractions here include augmented reality, 3D theatre, quiz section, kids section, interactive BHUVAN, virtual presenter, flight suit, etc.
Timings: 9:30 am to 5:30 pm
Days: closed on Mondays and public holidays
Located in the area of Shahibaug, this museum was built for Shah Jahan and was later used to house the senior officers of the British Cantonment. Post-independence, the place became the Raj Bhavan, the official residence of the Government of Gujarat. Now, the place serves as a museum that includes interactive artifacts and experimental exhibits, throwing light upon Dr. Patel’s work and historic achievements.
Timings: 9:30 am to 5:30 pm
Days: closed on Mondays
Fees: Adult – Rs. 30, children – Rs. 10
This place is your perfect weekend getaway. The very famous Shanku’s water park and the resort is a luxurious place with amazing waterpark and thrilling water rides. The resort and property is located in Mehsana, a 1.5-hour drive from the city, and is also known as Mehsana Water Park. It has cottages, deluxe rooms, and a luxurious property to chill and enjoy with your friends and family. This place is the perfect escape from your hectic, mundane routines and pour away all your stress.
The Thol Lake is a small, artificial lake in the outskirts of the city which attracts unique, beautiful bird visitors early in the mornings. It is home to many varied species of birds and is surrounded by raw walk paths and trees giving a forest ambiance to the birds. This place is known for its incredible display of birds and witnessing beautiful sunrise, right from the lake! Many visit the place for bird photography, sky photography, walking, or jogging, or simply admiring the natural beauty captivated by this place.
Nal Sarovar is yet another bird sanctuary but is a little different from the Thol Bird Sanctuary. Located in Sanand, it attracts tourists for hosting various bird species and 36 small islands and is the biggest wetland bird sanctuary in the state. Many migratory birds from different parts of the world are found here and are a treat to watch and even photograph. There are many activities that visitors can do here such as the horse ride, gathering information about different types of birds, celebrating a one-day picnic with a bonfire or barbeque, and boat rides in the lake.
When you visit this place, it is neither a famous temple nor an architectural structure but instead is a flatland of ruins. However, what makes it unique is its tragic decay and insight into the story of Indus Valley Civilization. Lothal is called the “Mound of Dead” and is a unique site of the Harappan culture in India. It has its own history with the ruins and a local museum which gives you an insight into the art and craftsmanship of earlier times.
A 108km drive from Ahmedabad, Vijaynagar is a must-visit weekend getaway from Ahmedabad. The 3 hours long drive will be worth the wait when you witness the Harnav River that goes through the place and the enchanting mountains around. The scenery and atmosphere is peaceful and appealing, captivating the beauty of mother nature. While you’re here, you absolutely cannot miss out on adventurous camping in the Polo Forest. Polo forest is amongst the best places for weekend getaways near Ahmedabad, and a treat to eyes for the crowd.
A beautiful weekend getaway around Ahmedabad is to visit Modhera to witness the famous Sun Temple. The temple illustrates the sophisticated architecture, its stone-built structure and photographing portraits and landscapes is a top favorite thing to do. The stepwells in the city are a delight to explore. You can also explore the famous Hawa Mahal, Modheswari Mata Mandir, and the Sury Kund.
Tip: visit the temple around the Modhera Dance Festival, an event widely popular among the tourists.
With its deeply rooted history as the state capital of Gujarat for almost 650 years, the city of Patan has its own charm and historical linkages. One of the major attractions in the city is the Rani ki Vav, a part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Being 125 km away from Ahmedabad, people also visit the place to witness the 1000 years old Kali Mandir dedicated to Maa Kali. Even today, Patan is home to many traditional mashru and patola weavers and is known for its incredible craft.
Must-visit places in Patan include: Rani ki Vav, Khan Sarovar, Kali Temple, and Sahastraling Lake.
You don’t want to miss out on the rare opportunity to spot the lions that are otherwise only seen near Africa! Your best shot at exploring wildlife in Ahmedabad is to ride along the Gir National Park, your perfect weekend getaway from Ahmedabad. 330 km away from the city, this place is full of excitement and opportunities of exploring wildcats, varied species of birds, crocodiles, trees, and many other things bestowed upon us by nature. The most thrilling and fun things to do around Ahmedabad are trekking and going on a jeep safari in this forest.
One of the most relaxing weekend getaways from Ahmedabad is a trip to Mount Abu. The 6 hours long road trip with the enchanting mountains and valleys on your way up and down the place sounds even more fun when you’re with your pals or family. This place is quite literally the synonym of “relaxing” with some fun things to do like witnessing the sunset at the Sunset Point from the hilltop or a boat ride at the Nakki Lake.
This place is one of the most common go-to weekend destinations for the people in Ahmedabad.
Yet another charming weekend getaway around Ahmedabad is the beautiful city of Udaipur. Surrounded by lakes and beautiful scenery, the city offers the perfect weekend vibes. From roaming around on the streets, shopping, or sightseeing the lakes and palaces, this city has a lot to offer for a weekend trip. One of the best things to do in this city is to try out the yummy Kachoris on the streets, some say they’re little crunches of heaven!
Well, your 6 hours drive sure would be worth it!
If there’s one place with an unmatchable vibe, it’s Manek Chowk. For all the food lovers, locals or tourists, this place is a unique experience in terms of the food, varieties of food, and the deliciousness of street food that one looks forward to! This place is known for its best fast food in Ahmedabad. Located in the old city, the mornings, noons, and evenings are occupied by the jewelers in the area and as the sun sets, the smell of the yummy food takes over the place.
If you visit the place, don’t forget to try the famous chocolate sandwich, gwalia dosa, pav bhaji, and of course, the jamun shots.
After your early morning walk or to satisfy your late-night chai cravings, the tea and maska bun combo at the IIM Road is a classic go-to. The stalls offer many other snacks but the most favorite of them all is the hot tea with butter muska bun (sometimes filled with chocolate too). It’s a great feeling, a vibe, to simply sit and slurp hot tea, while watching the chaos of the city, people walking by and vehicles passing by!
If you’re a tourist and looking forward to your first attempt at a Gujarati Thali, Vishala is the best place to go. This place is popular and loved for its unique serving of authentic Gujarati dishes and its raw, village-like menu. This restaurant is built and designed in a traditional ambiance which adds to its authenticity. The food is served in leaf plates, the sitting arrangements are Indian and the warm hospitality are some of the many aspects that make this place stand out.
Vechaar Utensils Museum
This museum, near Vishala is a depiction of the unique and ancient skills and craft of the workers as well as the rich heritage of the people who made these. It is an evolution of utensils; their types, forms, structures, shapes and patterns, utility as well as needs and wants of people from ancient times to the present day.
One of the best places to enjoy street food in the city is the Commerce Six Roads right outside H.L College. The street is popularly known as the HL road and the best snack served here, the Frankie is popularly known as “HL ni Frankie”. The food stations also offer the yummy Maggi in various flavors and combinations, cold coffee and cocoa, hot chocolate, Chinese, and many other delicious food items. The rates are pretty affordable and the food is so tempting, it’s almost impossible to resist.
The homemaker inspiration, Induben is quite famous for her snacks and varieties of “Khakhras” that the customers are a fan of. Some popular ones like Pizza khakhra, Pani puri khakhra, and Sada Khakhra are among the most favorites.
There are many other authentic Gujarati snacks sold here and Induben stores are present at various locations in the city. The snacks here are so authentic and delicious that many Indians living outside the country order them abroad. From where she started to where her franchise has reached today, Induben has an interesting and inspiring story and her homemade snacks are world famous now.
Ahmedabad is a place where your food fantasies come true. One of the most popular and delicious dishes, Fafda Jalebi, tops the ‘must-have food list’. This duo dish of salt and sweet is a match made in heaven with the salty fafdas and sweet, round jalebis along with the papaya salad to go. Most Gujaratis can have this mouth-watering dish any time of the day, usually preferred at breakfast. The Dish is eaten by everyone especially on the day of Dussehra.
This dish richly represents the Ahmedabad food culture, this is one item not to be missed out on. Make sure you add it on your “must try things to do in Ahmedabad” list.
Famous places in Ahmedabad to try this out: Oswal, Das, Stalls opposite to Karnavati Club.
Neelkanth Patang, The Revolving Restaurant, is yet another hotspot for foodies and food lovers as well as locals and tourists. It is a buffet restaurant, with various cuisines. What is attractive here is ofcourse the fact that it revolves 360 degrees and gives the diners a solid view of the city while having a fantastic dinner. With live musicians and authentic ambiance, this place is busy and jam-packed most days, so we suggest you book your tables well in advance.
This place ought to be on your must-visit places in Ahmedabad list!
Timings: closes at 10:30 pm, all days of the week.
One of the most newly emerged and prime locations of Ahmedabad is the Sindhu Bhavan Road. This road has shops and some of the best restaurants in the city all across the streets with great food and ambiance. There are all types of restaurants, for friends and family as well as ice cream libraries, iced gola stalls, food trucks, etc. There are many other shopping setups, spa and body care facilities, salons, etc on this road.
On a lazy Sunday afternoon, you can also go on a long drive on this road and it will turn out refreshing.
Just like Law Garden, Parimal garden is yet another popular garden for morning walks, jogs, and other fitness activities like yoga. Many also visit the place simply to relax and have fun with their friends and family. After your morning routines, you can enjoy hot and fresh breakfast right outside the garden and sure is in the list of fun things to do in Ahmedabad. There are tea and snacks stalls that serve you delicious hot breakfast in the Amdavadi cuisines and style!
The city of Ahmedabad is a cultural, traditional, and heartfelt experience, all in one. There are so many fun things to do in Ahmedabad, things to do at night and all time of the day, things that attract elders, things that attract the children, places which excite the couples, and many other things which attract people of all ages and interests! From shopping in Ahmedabad to enjoying street food in Ahmedabad, this city is a charmer!