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Top 9 Places to visit in Bangalore

08 May, 23

Savita Bansal

Top 9 Places to visit in Bangalore

Eventually evolving out as the Silicon Valley of the country, Bengaluru or Bangalore has given India its place among the technologically developed countries. The love for the city grows even more when you experience its pleasant weather, beautifully designed parks and gardens and, most importantly, its lake view.

It serves the best cuisine finely sorted from all over the world eateries. Its cafes, food corners, street food, nightlife, clubs and music all have a pinch of spice in the monotonous daily routine of the people of Bangalore.

 People from different cities often need a vehicle when they come to work in Bangalore. There are many companies that provide self-drive cars on rent in Bangalore. This makes travel and commuting easier, both on a daily basis and with monthly and subscription plans.

Dating back to the history of the city, it marked the launch of IISc (Indian Institute of Science) in the year 1909. With the support of Jamshedji Tata, this institute could get its name and help the city to have its first one-of-a-kind educational institution dedicated to the need for research and science.

Earlier, the town was known to be the “Garden city of India” because of its charming and beautiful gardens and parks, which were constructed along with several other buildings during the silver jubilee celebrations of one of the rulers of Karnataka state formerly known as Mysore state.

Its establishment as the Silicon Valley of India has provided the country with an up hand on research and science developments, especially in the field of information technology. The lifestyle people of the people here are hectic. To chill out with friends on busy Monday mornings, there are many breweries for officegoers and college students. 

How is the lifestyle of Bangalore different from other Metropolitan cities in India?

Having literacy rate of around 88%, the city has been the first one to have an English Medium School in the year 1832. One can find the best schools of the country in Bangalore, where the middle and secondary schools are primarily recognized by government-aided organizations. There are many CBSE, CISCE, IB, IGCSE and NIOS-affiliated schools. There is a total of 500+ colleges in the city, mainly dedicated towards science and research.

Since Bangalore has a service-oriented class of people residing in the city, the major focus of the people there is on quality education. It is all because the city’s economy has been dominated mostly by the IT sector, telecommunication, and manufacturing industries of various machines, automobiles, electronics etc. It has been declared as India’s “Next Decade’s Fastest Growing Cities”. 

Indulged in hectic work life where one needs peace and some quality time to spend with loved ones, Bangalore city has many places to visit. If you are planning to have a trip to Bangalore, you must visit the following places in the city.

1. Lalbagh



Situated in Jayanagar, in the city of Bangalore, the Lalbagh Botanical Garden is an international as well as nationally acclaimed Centre for botanical artwork. It is also renowned for scientific study on plants and their conservation methodologies.

Covering an area of more than 240 acres, the garden has got its place for all nature lovers. It is home to many rare flowers and plants, some of which are of French, Afghani and Persian origin. It is the best place for all photography lovers because of its serene and peaceful environment, situated like heaven on earth.

The attractions of the garden include Tree fossils in a Glasshouse (which hosts an annual flower show every year), a Floral Clock in the Lecture Hall (used to conduct lectures on horticulture in older days), a museum (housing a wide range of artefacts), Pigeon House and many others. It charges a minimal amount of entry fee from the visitors and is cost-free for children below 12 years of age.


2. Church Street

Constructed in a length of about 750 m, Church Street in Bangalore is one of the most beloved and busiest streets of the city. The street takes its moniker from the nearby St. Mark's Cathedral and is lined with bookshops, music stores, eateries, souvenir outlets, and coffeehouses.

One can reach it with the help of the metro facility available. You can also self-drive a bike rental in Bangalore to have a cozy drive experience with your loved ones. 


3. Bannerghatta National Park



This wildlife sanctuary is located around 22 km away from Bangalore city, where you would love to see various rare flora and fauna. Established in the year 1971, this park is the first in the country to have a butterfly park. Among its numerous attractions, the park has a Zoo, an aquarium, Children’s farm, a snake park and many more things.


The facility of jungle safari is provided to the visitors where they can safely have a look at every inch of the park. The best time to visit the park is between the months of November to June when there is less rain, and the weather is also cool.


4. Bangalore Palace 

Bangalore Palace is an elegant historic structure located in Bangalore, India, constructed by the Wodeyar dynasty in 1887. It has a combination of Tudor and Scottish Gothic architecture, as well as some Indian-style elements, in addition to beautiful gardens and a lake.

The palace is still well-maintained and can be toured and used for events. Inside, there are intricate wood carvings, paintings, and stained-glass windows that make it a memorable sight. It is one of the popular tourist destinations in Bangalore, giving visitors a view of the former royal family's luxurious lifestyle.


5. Cubbon Park 

Cubbon Park, located in Bangalore, Karnataka, is a large green space covering over 100 acres and is enjoyed by both locals and tourists. It was named after Sir Mark Cubbon and was initially intended to be a public park, but now serves as a recreational area.

The park is home to a variety of plants and animals and has trails for walking and jogging. It also features a variety of historically and architecturally significant buildings, such as the State Central Library and the Government Museum. Visitors often come to the park to picnic, take photos, and participate in outdoor activities.  


6. Wonderla Amusement park 



Wonderla Amusement Park is a popular destination located in Bangalore, Karnataka. This amusement park offers an abundance of exciting and fun rides and attractions. It is separated into several areas, such as water rides, adventure rides, family-friendly rides, and rides suitable for children.

Wonderla Amusement Park boasts over 60 rides, including India's largest and fastest roller coaster. The park also has a range of dining options and facilities such as lockers, showers, and restrooms. The park is a hit spot for both families and adventure lovers.

. It has a variety of activities to suit all ages. From exciting rides to gentle strolls, everyone can find something to enjoy. Visitors can spend a full day at the park and enjoy a range of fun-filled activities.     

 How to find the best and most comfortable stay in Bangalore?

The city is in itself a vibe for its visitors. Some people get fascinated by its beauty and some by the homestays the city has to offer its tourist. From high-standard hotels to normal homestays, the city has all for the tourists. Some of the renowned tourist stay places in Bangalore are:


7. Four Seasons Hotel Bengaluru 



This resort-like staycation can prove to be a perfect place for your stay. It is designed with rich pastel tones, has modern furniture, and its elegant pool view with a private garden makes it a perfect place for a comfortable stay. 


8. The Oberoi Bengaluru

With a view of a tropical rainforest setting, the Oberoi Bangalore gets in sync with a royal garden theme mixed with traditional hospitality and contemporary amenities. It has a spa, beauty salon and outdoor pool. It offers the best cuisines in the world for its customers. I


9. The Leela Palace Bengaluru 



With a sprawling 7-acre lush, green and exquisite royal decor, The Leela Palace Bangalore is ranked among the best hotels in the city. It has the facility of a bar, spa, fully furnished suites and many more.  

These are some high-priced stay locations, but they are the ones that have the ability to make your trip to Bangalore a memorable one.


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