KBR Park





     KBR Park is named after the famous Kasu Brahmananda Reddy who was the former chief minister of Andhra Pradesh, in memory of his death. It was established in 1994 and is spread over an area of 400 acres. It is the most popular park amid the jungle of concrete buildings in Jubilee Hills, and it is established in order to protect the richness of the area.


     This park is a home to wide varieties of plants and animal life. With 600 species of plants, 140 breeds of birds and 20 different varieties of reptiles & 15 species of butterflies, it was recognized with a degree of national park.


     It was earlier known as the Chiran Palace which was built in 1960, where Mukarram Jah Bahadur the last Nizam King lived after his ordination.


     This park has a very good infrastructure for benches for sitting, toilets and dustbins. The walkways too are very well built outside the boundary of KBR Park; it has lanes for bike riding and morning jogging walks


     Entry fee for KBR Park is Rs10 per head and it is open on all days from 8 Am to 8 Pm. One can commute to KBR Park through nearest MMTS station which is at Madhapur. It is located on Jubilee Hills Check post road, opposite to TDP Party house and LV Prasad Eye Hospital is the closest landmark and one can find it