Expanding Your Office Space in Ahmedabad? 10 Places Your Employees Would Love Nearby

Divya Sitlani
Divya Sitlani is the Client Relationship Manager at The Address. If you ever happen to visit The Address' Ahmedabad offices, do not miss to stop by and say Hi to her.

Ahmedabad is an architectural grandeur. Ahmedabad has a lively culture. Ahmedabad is pure magic.

Situated in the heart of Gujarat, Ahmedabad is one of the best cities in India.

Here, you’ll find awe-worthy monuments, pioneering music, technological innovations, fine food, independent thinkers, and vibrant festivals with larger-than-life celebrations.

With so many impressive traits, Ahmedabad became the first Indian city to be crowned as a World Heritage City by UNESCO on July 8, 2017.

Besides the historical marvels, the world-class infrastructure and IT hubs in Ahmedabad offer great opportunities for businesses, especially SMBs to prosper. The spread of well-equipped coworking office spaces throughout this city makes it an affordable and most sought-after place to work.

If you are looking to expand your operations to Ahmedabad, this post will offer interesting information that will help you decide. 

Advantages of Living in Ahmedabad

Being Gujarat’s largest city, Ahmedabad has a lot to offer! Let’s explore the top advantages of living in Ahmedabad. 


Ahmedabad has robust, strategically developed, and cost-efficient infrastructure. 

For instance, the city offers a sea of choices when it comes to economical coworking spaces for setting up businesses successfully. 

It is, therefore, touted as one of the most successful cities in Gujarat and a front runner in economic development. The combination of hi-tech industrial, social, and commercial amenities makes Ahmedabad an ideal place for working professionals to work and stay.


The connectivity and means of transportation in Ahmedabad are quite good. The city has two main railway stations and a well-connected international airport. Run by the Ahmedabad Municipal Transport Service, city buses, namely – BRTS and AMTS provide faster road connectivity within the city. Besides buses, auto-rickshaws serve as the common mode of transportation here.


Ahmedabad is a food haven! You will find plenty of food outlets in Ahmedabad. From restaurants serving lavish dining experiences to street food shops selling – Khakras, Fafdas, Papads, and Namkeens, Ahmedabad has a variety of incredible food places to satiate your taste buds. Several restaurants also cater to other cuisines like Chinese, French, Thai, Italian, Spanish, and Moroccan dishes.

Cost of Living

The cost of living in Ahmedabad ranges from INR 10,000 to INR 1,00,000. True enough, Ahmedabad is not an inexpensive city to live in. The cost of living is pretty reasonable when compared to cities like Mumbai and Bengaluru. 

Culture and Festival

Regardless of the month, the Ambavads always have something to celebrate! Majorly, Ahmedabad is famous for two festivals, namely – Uttarayan, which is a kite flying festival, and Navratri, where people perform an iconic dance known as Garba!

Educational Hub

Ahmedabad is home to some of the globally recognized educational institutions, such as, the National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT), the Indian Institute of Management (IIM-Ahmedabad), Nirma University, and much more!

Low Crime Rate

When it comes to safety and crime rate, Ahmedabad again proves its mettle. It is one of the safest cities not only in Gujarat but also in India. The shared data depict the level of safety in Ahmedabad during day and night.

There are hi-tech CCTV cameras everywhere, and the police force here is extremely active. 


In Ahmedabad, the weather is hot throughout the year. People habituated to cool weather can have a tough time dealing with the heat and humidity.


The people of Ahmedabad are full of love and life. Renowned for their skills, intelligence, and business acumen, the Ambavads make great entrepreneurs. Supplementary to a happy community, you will get plenty of collaboration and networking opportunities too!


Ahmedabad offers plush multiplexes with ultra-modular amenities, award-winning theatres, parks, and some of the best historical monuments. Your employees can visit these places for a refreshing weekend getaway. 

Top 10 Places to Visit in Ahmedabad

Here are the top 10 places of interest in Ahmedabad.

#1: Sabarmati Ashram


Timings – 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM

Days – Monday to Sunday

Entry Fee – None

Situated near the banks of the Sabarmati River, Sabarmati Ashram is the place where Mahatma Gandhi spent his life with his wife, Kasturba Gandhi. He also started the Dandi March or the Salt Satyagraha from this Ashram. This national monument is open for visitors throughout the year.

#2: Dada Harir Vav


Timings – 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Days – Monday to Sunday

Entry Fee – None

Earlier known as Bal Harir stepwell, the Dada Harir Vav is located 15 km from Ahmedabad, on the eastern side of the old city Asarwa. This spectacular stepwell is designed in sandstone and reflects Solanki architectural style. This place is a must-visit in summers.

#3: The Statue of Unity


Timings – 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM

Days – Tuesday to Sunday (Closed on Mondays)

Entry Fee – Without Observation Deck Assess

Adults – INR 120

Children – INR 60

Entry Fee – With Observation Deck Assess

INR 350 for Adults and Children

The Statue of Unity is a memorial built to highlight the patriotic spirit of The Iron Man of India, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel. The 182-meter tall statue with bronze colour is located by the banks of Narmada River on River Island of Sadhu bet.

#4: Kankaria Lake


Timings – 4:00 AM to 8:00 AM and 9:00 AM to 10:00 PM 

Days – Tuesday to Sunday (Mondays – Closed)

Entry Fee – Adults – INR 25

Children – INR 10 (Kids above 3 years of age)

Senior Citizens – None

Kankaria Lake was built by Sultan Qutbuddin Aibak in the southeastern section of Ahmedabad. It is a massive lake in the city and a beautiful garden called Nagina Wadi, adjacent to this lake makes it a pleasing spot to unwind with friends and family.

#5: The Sabarmati Riverfront


Timings – 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM

Days – Monday to Sunday 

Entry Fee – None

Sabarmati Riverfront is a magnificent waterfront located on the banks of the River Sabarmati. Green promenades surrounding the riverfront create a mesmerizing ambience and makes this place ideal for nature lovers.

#6: The Auto World Vintage Car Museum


Timings – 8:00 AM to 9:00 PM

Days – Monday to Sunday 

Entry Fee – INR 50

Vintage Car Ride – INR 500 to INR 1000

Photography – INR 100

Displaying an array of royal cars that belonged to Kings, the Auto World Vintage Car Museum has 120 cars including motor vehicles and ancient carriages. Managed by the Vintage and Classic Car Club of India, the museum is a feast for the eyes of vintage vehicles enthusiasts.

#7: Modhera


Timings – 24 hours open

Days – Monday to Sunday

Entry Fee – None

A hub for spirituality, Modhera is an ancient village near Ahmedabad. The positive vibe of this village will remind you of the glorious lineage of Chalukyas. One of the beautifully crafted monuments, the Sun temple is the highlight of the village. The temple structure resembles a blooming lotus with detailed stonework.

#8: Jama Masjid, Ahmedabad


Timings – 6:00 AM – 10:00 PM

Days – Monday to Sunday

Entry Fee – None

Established in the year 1424, the marvellous Jama Masjid is one of the largest mosques in India. It was built by Emperor Sultan Ahmed Shah. The unique meshwork in the prayer hall of Jama Masjid makes it an attractive sight to behold.

#9:The ISKCON Temple


Timings – 4:30 PM – 1:00 PM and 4:00 PM – 9:00 PM

Days – Monday to Sunday

Entry Fee – None

Popularly known as Hare Krishna temple, the ISKCON temple in Ahmedabad offers a blissful experience to all who visit it. The continuous chanting of the ‘Hare Krishna Mantra’ creates a peaceful experience for the devotees visiting this temple. It is a perfect place to meditate and calm your mind.

#10: The Victoria Garden


Timings – 24 hours open

Days – Monday to Sunday

Entry Fee – Free

The Victoria garden in Ahmedabad is an ideal destination for birdwatchers. This garden was built in honour of Queen Victoria. You can find a life-size statue of the queen that makes this place a popular tourist attraction in Ahmedabad.

To Sum Up

The perfect blend of traditional and modern amenities shared in this post is a proof of how technologically advanced this city is. No wonder, the city enjoys a booming entrepreneurial culture and state-of-the-art workplaces that offer just the habitat a business professional is looking for.  So, go ahead and expand your venture in Ahmedabad!