The Konark Sun Temple, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, showcases ancient craftsmanship and beauty, built in 13th century CE by King Narasimhadeva. Accessible via cab rentals from Bhubaneswar or Puri.

The Lingaraj temple, a 11th century AD temple in Bhubaneswar dedicated to Lord Shiva, houses 150 shrines and is easily accessible via bus, train, or cab.

Jagannath temple in Puri, Odisha, a 12th-century AD attraction, is connected to Singhadwara and Bhubaneswar via a state highway and Bhubaneswar Airport.

Taratarani, a renowned sanctuary in southern Odisha, boasts 999 stairs and is conveniently located near airports and railway connections, attracting year-round pilgrims to worship Tara and Tarini.

Brahmeswara temple in Bhubaneswar, Odisha, is a Hindu shrine dedicated to Lord Shiva, built in the late 9th century CE by King Udyotakesari.

The Mukteswara Temple, a 10th-century sandstone structure in Odisha, is known as the "Gem of Odisha" and features intricate carvings, serene sculptures, and Panchatantra drawings.

The 7th-century Parasurameswar temple, renowned for its Odisha temple architecture, is well-maintained and features an entry hall, Asta Grahas, and the Saptamatrika.

Rajarani Temple, a 11th-century Odisha temple architecture masterpiece dedicated to Lord Shiva, is conveniently located near Biju Patnaik Airport and Bhubaneswar railway station

Bhubaneshwar temple, near Kharvel Nagar, is a popular tourist destination with exquisite architecture and intricate depictions of Lord Rama, Lakshmana, and Sita.

The Baitala Deula Temple, dedicated to Chamunda, is a serene architectural structure offering nature, ceremonies, and tantric rituals, easily accessible via Bhubaneswar and international airport.