Kingdom of Dreams is known as India's first live entertainment theatre and leisure destination. Shah Rukh Khan is the global ambassador of Kingdom of Dreams. Built at the huge cost of 200 crore this place displays India at its grandest.
Kingdom of Dreams is built on the theme, 'A spectacle so grand it can fit only in your dreams'.The place is a showcase of India itself by bringing in 14 States into the Kingdom. It is like creating smaller India at a confined place. The whole place comprises of many places we are proud off as Indians; like the replicas of Lal Qila of Delhi, Truck from Punjab, Mumbai's train, Chennai's temples, beaches of Goa, huts and boats of Kerala, Rajasthani dances etc.
Kingdom of Dreams is located Sector 29, Gurgaon and very close to IFFCO Chowk metro station. From there it is easily accessible by foot
Entry Fee :
Weekday - Rs 500 per person
Weekend - Rs 750 Per person
Kingdom of Dreams is spread over an area of 6 acres and it is owned by the Great Indian Nautanki Company, a joint venture between Apra and Wizcraft groups. In a short time since its inauguration in January 2010, this place has become a household name in Delhi and Gurgaon. It has also become a favorite place for Bollywood to launch their films.
Places To See in Kingdom of Dreams
Nautanki Mahal: Nautanki Mahal is an auditorium inside the palace. It is designed with the grandness and beauty fit for the king. Right now it is running a live Bollywood musical called Zangoora starring some big names like Hussain Kuwajerwala, Gauhar Khan, Kashmira Irani and Sadanand Patil. Here the magic of Indian Cinema comes alive in stunning on-stage display. The entry ticket is expensive and range from Rs.1500-6000.
Culture Gully: Dreamy' is the most appropriate word I can think of when I'm Inside it. They've used cutting edge technology to create a place that is in every bit looks like projection of our dreams. The place showcases cultures of 14 States from all over India. The magnitude of events and the grandness of the place will surprise you and take you to a world that looks more like dreams, than reality.
Entry fee is cheaper on Weekdays. On weekdays (Monday-Friday) an entry fee cost Rs.500, where as it cost Rs.750 on weekends. Each entry fee of Rs.500 includes an entry fee of Rs.100 and spend-value of Rs.350, which has to be spent on the same day at the Kingdom. No refunding is available for more than Rs.50.
Showshaa Theatre: Showshaa Theater is a 350-seater covered amphitheater which showcased Indian epic stories, rich costumes and big fat Indian wedding.
IIFA Buzz Lounge: This Bollywood themed Lounge showcases larger than life moments of reel life Bollywood memorabilia in the form of posters, records, props, the IIFA Awards trophy and movie costumes.