The ancient Dutch gardens, the Dutch cemetery and Makaipul, the ancient original port from where the ships sailed to other parts of the world are other attractions.
During the seventeenth century East India Company merchants settled in several cities of western India under the control of the Mughal Empire.
Chintamani Jain Temple
This temple was built under the reign of Emperor Aurangzeb at the end of the 17th century. It has a deceivingly simple exterior but is remarkably crafted from inside.
Ubharat Beach in Surat.
Suvali Beach is a serene beach destination situated at a distance of 20 km away from Surat. This black sandy beach is visited mostly by solitude seekers.
The Dutch Garden or the Dutch cemetery is a popular attraction of Surat, which is located near Kataragam Gate, at a distance of about 4 km from the city. The Dutch Cemetery is known for its ancient mausoleums, built in the memory of Dutch and British officials who settled in Surat for their business ventures.
Rang Upvan C.C. Mehta Natya Gruh which was an open air theatre is now covered applying a steel structure. This facilitate an audience of nearly 1400 persons to seat.
Dumas Beach is an urban beach along the Arabian Sea located 21 km southwest of Surat City in Indian state of Gujarat. This beach is famous for its black sand. It is a popular tourist destination in south Gujarat.
Dandi is a village in the Jalalpore district, Gujarat, India. It is located on the coast of the Arabian Sea near the city of Navsari. It shot into worldwide prominence in 1930 when Mahatma Gandhi selected it to be the place for the Salt March.
Sardar Patel Museum
Sardar Patel Museum and Planetarium, known also as Sardar Sangralaya, is a popular attraction of Surat. This museum, established in the year 1889, was formerly known as ‘Winchester Museum’. Post Indian independence, the museum was renamed as Sardar Patel Museum and Planetarium after Sardar Vallabhai Patel. The museum displays artefacts and relics, which are related to the rich cultural history of Surat.