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Combine a dose of Bollywood glitz and Indian cultural heritage on a 6-hour private trip to the Kingdom of Dreams entertainment complex in Gurgaon from Delhi. Explore the Culture Gulley, a boulevard of shops and restaurants celebrating India’s regional cuisines and cultures, see a live show filled with Bollywood glamor, and enjoy a set-menu lunch or dinner. Your experience includes return private transfers, tickets, meal, and hotel pickup and drop-off.


  • Explore Culture Gulley, a boulevard showcasing India’s diverse cuisines and cultures
  • See the different architectural styles and enjoy the shops and restaurants at leisure
  • Watch a Bollywood ' Zangoora — The Gypsy Prince' or 'Jhumroo' show at the theater
  • Visit the Showsaa theater for more live shows and entertainment
  • Choice of six menus for lunch or dinner, each featuring a different regional cuisine
  • Includes choice of midday or afternoon departure, plus hotel pickup and drop-off

Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour

Your guide is committed to minimizing our carbon footprint. For every tour, they pay a fee out of pocket to offset the carbon emissions created by the transportation used on this tour. Those funds go to organizations working toward a greener future.

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What You Can Expect

Private Tour: Kingdom of Dreams Including Zangoora or Jhumroo Bollywood Show with Round-Trip Transfers from Delhi

Culture Gully

Choose a midday or afternoon departure, and begin your private tour with hotel pickup in Delhi. Then, travel to Gurgaon, a neighboring city that boasts the Kingdom of Dreams, an ultra-modern entertainment destination dedicated to India’s rich and diverse cultural identity.

On arrival, head inside, and enjoy free time to stroll along the central boulevard, Culture Gully, home to an array of architecture, restaurants, and shops that showcase the heritage of 14 of India’s states. Admire the eclectic architectural styles, and dip into the enticing shops and eateries that represent the different regions.

Then, make your way into the Nauntaki Mahal, the Kingdom’s grandiose theater. Take your seat and enjoy either a live 2-hour performance of Zangoora – The Gypsy Prince, or the live musical comedy of Jhumroo. The show you will see is dependent on the date of your visit and the discretion of the show operators.

Be swept up in the glitzy Bollywood story of Zangoora, a young gypsy who becomes a royal prince, or follow the fortunes of a Mumbai boy who dreams of becoming a famous singer in the funny and fast-paced Bollywood extravaganza Jhumroo.

During your experience, enjoy your choice of one of six set menus featuring different regional cuisines like Goan, Bengali, and Punjabi dishes. See the Itinerary for sample menus.

Afterward, head for the smaller Showshaa Theater, the setting for live shows that bring more of India’s heritage to life. Enjoy performances such as a Ram Lila and Krisna Lila and My Big Fat Indian Wedding show, taking in the dazzling costumes, songs, sets, and choreography.

When it’s time, leave the Kingdom of Dreams and meet back up with your driver. Then, enjoy a private transfer back to Delhi, where a hotel drop-off finishes your experience.


Customer Reviews

Joe N.

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2015

This was great! Though the main draw is Zangoora (which I hear is fantastic), I saw Jhumroo, the lighthearted story of a goofy regular guy who aims to be a professional singer to win the girl, instead. The onstage tech was incredible. Because the panels for the backdrops were placed at varying distances from the audience, they created a feeling of depth; and because they were also digital displays, it allowed the production team to feature animated backgrounds and/or simulate motion (the hang glider number was definitely a highlight). The cast know how to have fun and involve the audience at various times during the performance (we are actually part of the cast!). The songs are infectiously catchy, the humor slapstick and sometimes over the top (in a good way!), and the story easy to understand, even if you don't understand Hindi (you will be provided with foreign language audio headsets). Culture Gully is a dining and shopping area adjacent to the theater that provides specialties from various regions of India.

Frank W United States of ... 

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2015

Words can’t express how impressive the show was. Every part of it was funny, exciting, flashy and HIGH TECH!! The majority of show is in Indian language, but you get an English translating device which helps you understand what the actors/actresses are talking about during the show. But I thought I didn’t even needed it, because I was able to understand the show by just watching their gestures, storyline and English they spoke here and there. This place is like a theme park with rides, gift shops, cuisines from all over India and some fun attractions! I’d totally come back to see a difference show!

Sankung S

4 star rating: Recommended August 2015

We were WOWED by this show! It was a very nice event and the dinner was magnificent. Everything about this show was just spectacular. Definitely worth seeing.

Lucine G USA

4 star rating: Recommended February 2015

Driver was very courteous and on time and only drawback is food was not as requested kebab chicken

Thomas W

3 star rating: Worth doing January 2017

A rather surreal trip to a side of India you may not see. This is how the better-off in the country entertain themselves.

abeer f

3 star rating: Worth doing January 2015 guide there to show me the place..overpriced


1 star rating: I do not recommend this November 2016

Just an OK performance. Dancing when it was on was energetic but the storyline was a tired one. Zangoora was only available on the day. We wanted a more Bollywood experience and possibly the Jhumroo show would have been better. The whole experience was destroyed by taking 3 hours in a car to get there from Delhi. The show had actually started by the time we sat down. Didn't have time to have dinner before the show and afterwards not wanting to waste time had to leave as soon as possible. Left our hotel at 4.30 pm and arrived back after midnight. Not a good experience for just a 2 hour show which included an interval and would not recommend if travelling from Delhi - If you want to see it - best if you are staying at a nearby hotel.

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