Top Tourist Attractions in Budgam
Budgam is a district in Jammu and Kashmir, a union territory governed by India. It is the district with the highest population of Shias in the Kashmir valley, having been established in 1979 with its seat in Budgam. The Budgam Imambara, the Tomb of Sheikh Noor-ud-Din, the Tomb of Sham Ded, the Tomb of Baba Latif-ud-Din, and the Shrine of Hazrat Ganga Baba Rishi are among the religious and historic monuments in the area. Budgam is easily accessible by air, train, and road.
Best Places to Visit in Budgam
- Pushkar Nag
- Tomb of Baba Latif-ud-Din.
- Tomb of Zia-Ud-Din Bukhari.
- Tomb of Sham Ded.
- The Shrine of Khan Sahib.
- The Shrine of Syed Mohammad Samri
- The Shrine of Hazrat Ganga Baba Rishi
- Nara Nag
Best Time to Visit in Budgam
How to Reach Budgam
Sheikh-ul-Alam International Airport is the closest airport (Srinagar). The airport is located in the Budgam district.
The local railway station is located in Ompora, Jammu & Kashmir, in the district of Budgam. Budgam is connected to the rest of Kashmir Valley via this railway station. The nearest railway stations from states other than J&K are Jammu Tawi and Udhampur.
The closest Tourist Center, which connects Budgam to the rest of the country, is in Srinagar.