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56, Gurgaon boasts of being a safe and well developed locality. It’s at a convenient distance from a number of schools, hospitals and the commercial spaces of Gurgaon. There are many markets and shopping complexes to quench daily needs.

  • Things to look forward
    • Kushal
    • Male
    • Student
    8.0

    Reviewed 2 years, 2 months, 0 days ago

    I live in Sector 56 and presently a student of FORE School of Management, New Delhi. I love travelling and reading and hence, I can relate to the area because it has a modern urban lifestyle. Commutation has all options available: Buses (Private + State-Owned), Autos, Cabs and Rapid Metro (soon). Also, Huda markets have everything to satisfy your tummy! Though there is an inconvenience due to some infrastructure projects going on, it's an important cornerstone of an upcoming global city. It is a peaceful, less polluted and well-connected area.

    • Anant
    • Male
    • Working
    8.0

    Reviewed 2 years, 1 months, 25 days ago

    I have stayed in Jalwayu Towers since 2004. First as a tenant for 6-7 years and then bought an apartment in the same complex. I work at McKinsey Knowledge Center and enjoy walking and jogging. The place has proximity to all the places. There are not many hang-out places available. Autos and cabs are available for transit. The sector road outside Jalwayu Tower is prone to accidents. Also, there is a lack of power backup and good hang-out places. It's a place worth for your money!

  • Not so good things
    • Himanshu
    • Male
    • Student
    5.0

    Reviewed 2 years, 1 months, 24 days ago

    I've lived here for just a year as a student and I found it to be average and boring.

    • Syed
    • Male
    • Student
    6.0

    Reviewed 2 years, 1 months, 11 days ago

    I've been staying here for a month now for my studies at IILM Institute of Business and Manangement. I like the environment here but there are no shops like the Huda market or any eatouts/hangouts in the area.

  • Expect to find
    • Prasanna
    • Male
    • Working
    7.0

    Reviewed 2 years, 1 months, 21 days ago

    Very calm and peaceful area but lacks restaurants and grocery shops and is a bit jungle-y. HUDA market, Sector 56 are nearby to hang out.

    • Sajja
    • Male
    • Working
    7.0

    Reviewed 2 years, 1 months, 20 days ago

    I moved to Rail Vihar in Sector 57 of Gurgaon about a year back and am staying here on rent. The area has an old layout but low power & maintenance costs. Hongkong bazaar with Om sweets, Dominos, SRS Value bazaar is about 1 km away. Commute options are limited to autos since there is no major bus connectivity exactly outside the society. You can get a bus connectivity from Hongkong bazaar.

In & Around

The food here is pocket friendly – whether your pocket is huge or little, you are the one with all the liberty because of the multitude dining spaces here. If you’re on the frugal side of life, grab on to your pocket and fill your plates with exciting street foods from Goli Vada Pav No. 1 ( ground floor, Huda Market)! If you’re in the mood to spend, breakfast buffet at Asia Alive in DoubleTree by Hilton - just go.

Meet Sourabh!

Sector 56, Gurgaon

I have been living here since the past 1 year. I am a local native of Khandwa (M.P.) though. I am an entrepreneur and love dancing, enterprising and making money.

 


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What others are saying

  • Madiha
  • Female
  • Working
8.0

Reviewed 1 year, 11 months, 8 days ago

It's a locality where you can actually breathe free. I've lives here for the past 3 years. It's quite an open area and can seem secluded at times. Halidrams, om sweets, dominos and barista are some of the popular eateries and hangouts. Finding transport can be challenging at times, it's manageable if you have your own vehicle though.


  • Tarun
  • Male
  • Working
8.0

Reviewed 1 year, 11 months, 9 days ago

This really is the future central part of Gurgaon. It's surrounded with high rise buildings with good views, it's peaceful and there are good hospitals nearby. The roads need repair, transport connectivity is good, availability of buses, local cabs and metros is really excellent. Malls, restaurants like Hilton Double tree, Harish Bakery,Florence club etc. Banks and ATM's are nearby as well.

  • Ravi
  • Male
  • Student
9.0

Reviewed 2 years, 0 months, 30 days ago

I'm studying in Ansal University for the last 2 years. I like the hills all around.It's a great place for hanging out with friends. Bike riding is awesome in winter season on hills. DT Mega Mall, Huda Market, Suncity Market, Domino's, etc. are the places to hang out. Commuting through shared as well as private auto are very convenient. Bus is also available. Metro is under Construction. It's a place with hill beauty. I just love this place.