Hyderabad (fourth largest city in India) plays the host for the unique global bio-business forum, BioAsia 2015.
The name itself brings up visions of a vibrant city of minarets and modern high-rise buildings. A natural and sophisticated blend of old and new -an old 'Nawabi' culture with hi tech modern marvels extend a lure irresistible. The teeming bazaars of the old city, in the midst of which stands the 400-year-old Charminar. The modern shopping complexes and ultramodern malls in the newer areas of the city add to the charm of Hyderabad.
The Golconda Fort, capital of the erstwhile kingdom by that name, is today very much part of the city, as is Cyberabad, a new local area created to keep pace with the booming Information Technology sector. Pearls, bangles, silks, computer software, handicrafts and above all a delectable cuisine add to the splendours of this great city.
Weather in Hyderabad is very pleasant. Temperature in Hyderabad ranges from 11°C to 42°C.
The city of Hyderabad, India is very well connected through air, rail, bus and taxi from within and out of India. Apart from being the fastest emerging global bio hub, Hyderabad is a hot tourist destination too.
Be there at the most happening global bio platform, in the most happening city.