7 Cities in Madhya Pradesh That Are Famous Tourist Destinations

Madhya Pradesh is one of the largest states in central India where you can get many histories. People coming from distant places wishes to see the tourist places in Madhya Pradesh. The tourist spots include religious temples, natural beauty, caves and historical remains. Tourist also calls Madhya Pradesh as the cultural heritage of India. You can find various world heritage sites in Madhya Pradesh where you can enjoy viewing the extra ordinary architecture. Some of the properties that was declared as world heritage sites are Buddhist monuments at sanchi, Khajuraho temples and the rock shelters of Bhimbetka. Let us list down some cities in MP where famous tourist spots are visible.

Top cities in Madhya Pradesh with tourist destinations.

Neemuch- Small City In MP

Neemuch is a small city of Madhya Pradesh which is quite close to Rajasthan. Tourists can observe two cultures in this small city. One is the culture of Madhya Pradesh and another is that of Rajasthan. Do you know why the is named as Neemuch? The reason behind it is due to countless neem trees throughout the city. Following are the tourist attractions of Neemuch.

    • Sukhanand Ashram- A holy spot for worshiping Lord Shiva
    • Bhandari Mata temple- a religious place with waterfall in small dam
    • Gandhi Sagar dam- a dam with surrounding greeneries
    • Harikiakhal Dam- a best picnic spot
    • Gandhi Sagar sanctuary- a tourist spot with live wildlife

    Dewas- West MP

    Dewas is a city of Madhya Pradesh which is situated in the Malwa plateau. It is one of the industrial town of MP with government houses, banks and corporates. This city is famous for Devi Vaishini hill. This hill is named after 3 major deity whose temples are placed. The powerful mother goddesses are Kalika mata, Devi Tulja Bhawani and Chamunda Mata. Some of the tourist places in this city are:

    • Maa Chamunda Mandir
    • Kaila Devi temple
    • Dewas tekri
    • Kheoni wildlife sanctuary


City of Satna is quite close to Uttar Pradesh. The name of the city is inspired from the Satna River in this district. According to the history, Lord Rama used to stay in Chitrakoot. The outskirt of Satna is among the chitrakoot region. Some of the famous tourist spots of Satna are:

  • Chitrakoot Dham
  • Tulsi Sangralya, Ramyan
  • Venktesh temple, Satna
  • Shiv temple
  • Maihar

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The Bhind in Madhya Pradesh is a place with archaeological importance. One of the important water body in this district is Gauri Lake Mahals build during the Mughal rule is established in Bhind of Madhya Pradesh. People gets immense pleasure to look into the architects of those Mahal or palaces.  Some of the popular tourist spots of Bhind you can enjoy here are: http://www.transindiatravels.com/madhya-pradesh/bhind/tourist-places-to-visit-in-bhind/

  • Fort of Ater
  • Mata Renuka temple
  • The Jain temple of Baranso
  • Naraddev temple


Sagar city in Madhya Pradesh is situated in the Vindhya range which is 1758 feet above the sea level. The actual name of the city was saugor, where Sau means 100 and gor or gahr means forts. The joint meaning is the fact that, the particular city in Madhya Pradesh is the association many small and countless forts. But, the name has changed to sagar for the ease of pronunciation. Following are some of its tourist spots:

  • Lake of sagar
  • Sonar river
  • Dhana Airstrip
  • Phuler Mela Mahadev Temple
  • Shri Raj Mandir Bhapel



Rewa is a well-known city placed in the north-eastern portion of Madhya Pradesh. The first white tiger was seen in the Rewa district of Madhya Pradesh. Tourist visiting Madhya Pradesh can visit Rewa to view many tourist spots placed over here. Following are some of its tourist destinations: http://www.transindiatravels.com/madhya-pradesh/rewa/tourist-places-to-visit-in-rewa/

  • Rani Talab, Rewa
  • Govindgarh Fort
  • Baghel Museum



It is one of the ancient tourist spots of Madhya Pradesh. The city is famous of its various religious place to worship. This is the place where crops like soybean, cotton and other vegetables are grown. Our legendary singer and actor, Kishore Kumar was born in Khandwa of Madhya Pradesh. Following are the well-known tourist spots of this district.

  • Nagchoon Lake
  • Indira sagar Dam
  • Siddhanath temple
  • Ranmukteswar temple
  • Sacred meeting point

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