Bhujioy Hill: One of the many forts that dot the city of Bhuj, Bhujiyo Hill was made to fortify its boundaries and protect the city from invaders. A magnificent piece of history waits to be explored, and one must not miss the panoramic view of the city from the fort walls.
Chhatardi: Located within a short walking distance from the landmark Hamirsar Lake, Chhatardi (cenotaphs) is a popular tourist attraction. The main reason is that it has been featured in a number of Bollywood movies. Popular among family tourists, the cenotaphs of the Bhuj rulers will impress you with their carving work.
Aaina Mahal: The lakeside location makes AainaMahal an attractive destination in Bhuj. Literally meaning the ‘Hall of Mirrors’, the Mahal or the palace was built in mid-18th century. It was designed by Ram Singh Malam, an artisan who merged the local architectural style with the Indo-European style to create the mirror hall. While viewing the mirror interiors, also check the paintings which are exhibited in the hallway.