What makes the two cities inviting?
It’s easy to find affordable accommodation. At MSIDC, you’ll also have access to real estate and house rental forums, where you can get first-hand advice on the HOWs, WHEREs and WHYs of finding a good home for yourself.
Recreation, shopping and food:
You will be spoilt for choice on weekends––shopping malls offer a wide range of both local products and global super-brands, plenty of movie theaters, multiplexes and theme parks, and restaurants serving up specialized global cuisines.
Hospitals and schools:
Designed to support the growing needs of a growing population, these cities have world-class facilities in specialty hospitals and healthcare centers. These facilities are well spread out to all parts of the cities for easy and fast access. Both cities have a good number of international schools as well.
The ‘Hyderabadi’ culture is all about inclusion. You can see this in the way people share a cup of tea at a roadside café, and you can also see it in the way people from diverse cultures easily feel at home here. People are generally friendly and helpful. What’s more, you are likely to come across a lot of people who have re-located to Hyderabad. Hyderabad is a city that offers something to everyone. With a 400-year history, its monuments are a sight for history buffs. The city’s pearls, bangle bazaars and culinary delicacies delight shoppers and gourmets alike. Today, Hyderabad is also known as Cyberabad, as it is home to many of the world’s leading software and hardware companies. Here, ancient forts co-exist with hi-tech software and biotech centers, creating an interesting environment of fused and inclusive culture.
Bangalore has beautifully combined its rich cultural heritage with its technological and industrial accomplishments. The blend of tradition with the modern culture has made Bangalore one of the most happening cities in India. If on the one hand, the city has acquired the status of the IT Capital; on the other, there is a revival of age-old traditional art forms. The fusion of the old and the new can be seen in every aspect of Bangalore culture, right from theatre to arts and crafts. The synthesis of many cultures has given the city a cosmopolitan character, seen in few other cities of India. Bangalore, the fastest growing city of India, encompasses a dynamic blend of people, belonging to various religions, castes and communities. The phenomenal growth of the IT industry has also given the city an international character.