One of the most extravagant Buddhist Temples is situated at Clement Town in Dehradun and has been a centre of attraction for International tourists and Buddhist followers. Built in 1965, the structure was created under one of the four schools of Tibetan religion
FRI and College Area campus is a census town, between Kashmir in the north and the Indian Military Academy to the south. The Tons River forms its Western Boundary.The Forest Research Institute is an institute of the Indian Council of Forestry Research and Education and is a premier institution in the field of forestry research in India.
The name 'Sahastradhara' means the site of 'thousand springs'. Situated near Rajpur Village, approximately 16 km from the major township of Dehradun, it is a very popular picnic spot. The place becomes more attractive during rainy season, when there is abundance of water in the springs. The water of sulphur spring is assumed to have some medicinal properties that can help cure skin ailments.
Tapkeshwar temple is an ancient temple of Lord Shiva, situated approximately 8 km from Dehradun, on the banks of a stream, in Garhi Cant. This place holds a lot of reverence amongst the devotees of Lord Shiva.
Malsi Deer Park 10 Kms. From Dehradun, enroute Mussoorie is situated a beautifully developed tourist spot lying at the foot hills of the Shivalik range. Malsi Deer Park is a mini-zoological park comprising of a children's park enveloped by beautiful, natural surroundings. Alongwith the attractive environs the availability of refreshments makes the place an ideal sight-seeing cum picnic spot.
Clock Tower, situated on the Rajpur street, is a standout amongst the most conspicuous attractions of the destination. Circled by the business focal point of the city, the Clock Tower is a standout amongst the most eminent milestones of the city that was developed before freedom by the British. A lovely vacation destination, this tower has six countenances.