Exploring Uttar Pradesh – Noida

New Okhla Industrial Development Authority has abbreviation Noida. This is a planned city in Buddha Nagar district of the Indian state Uttar Pradesh that came into existence on 17 April, 1976 during controversial emergency period and falls on the old bed of River Yamuna. Noida accommodates people from all religions and beliefs but majority of the residents follows Hinduism.  It is a satellite city of Delhi and also part of National Capital Region (NCR) of India.

When To Visit

The average weather in Noida is dry and harsh, summers are very long and harsh, and winters come to the rescue. The cold breeze from the Himalayas makes the weather cold and pleasant in day time but nights are freezing.

Tourist Attractions

Buddha International Circuit

DLF Mall of India

The Great Indian Place

Worlds of Wonder Water Park

Okhla Bird Sanctuary

Botanical Garden Noida

Stupa 18 Art Gallery

Brahmputra Market

Noida Cricket Stadium

How To Reach


Noida hosts 3 expressways: 

DND Flyway – connects Noida and Delhi.

Noida-Greater Noida – connects an industrial suburb of Delhi to Greater Noida. 

Yamuna Expressway – the expressway connects greater Noida to Agra via Mathura. 

The best way to reach Noida is, board on any private bus to Delhi, then From Delhi you can take a bus or cab to Noida. 


The city doesn’t have its own railway station. The nearest stations are Anand Vihar and Ghaziabad or the easiest way it to take a train to Delhi railway station, then take a metro, bus or cab to Noida. Delhi railway has trains from all over the country, no matter small or big. The distance from Delhi railway station is around 25kms. 

Airways –

You have to board on flight from Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi at distance of 35kms, and then from Delhi airport hire a private cab or auto to reach Auto. The average charge of flight to Delhi is round Rs.3000. 

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