India’s high-tech hub city
India’s high-tech hub city sits in the south and has become a booming cosmopolitan centre of industry, nightlife and open spaces. This developing and dynamic city has emerged as a cultural bastion of shopping, food, drinking, and altogether good times. But don’t forget to visit Krishnarajendra Market for that taste of all things Indian.
Places To Visit:
- Bangalore Palace- owned by the Mysore Royal family, the Bangalore Palace is the most famous attraction in the whole of Bangalore.
- Cubbon Park- spread across 300 acres of greenery, Cubbon Park is a major sightseeing attraction It’s an ideal place for families to experience the wildlife that surrounds them. This park was laid down by Lord Cubbon, it also features an aquarium which is famous for its vast variety of species.
- MG Road- is one of the most popular shopping and entertainment hubs of Bangalore, it is always swarming with people every time of day and if one were to visit Bangalore MG Road is a must-visit.
- Lal Bagh- is a beautiful botanical garden for all nature lovers. It was commissioned by Hyder Ali in 1760 and was completed by Tipu Sultan. Spread over 240 acres, the garden displays an array of different flower species from France, Persia, and Afghanistan.
- UB City mall- spread across 13 acres of land, the UB mall is located in the Central Business District (CBD) it is the top destination for all your high-end needs from handbags to designer clothing, it’s all there in four towers which make up the UB City Mall.
- Wonder La Water Park- is said to be the best amusement park in the city, it is known for its high-thrill rides but also features slow, calm and fun rides.
- Ulsoor Lake-was made by Kempe Gowda II in the 2n century, this lake was earlier known as Halsur and Alsur. Many people who visit this lake normally take a boat ride to make their trip worthwhile.
- Vidhana Souda- is the seat of the legislature of Karnataka. It was constructed in a style sometimes described as Mysore Neo-Dravidian, and incorporates elements of Indo-Saracenic and Dravidian styles.
- Innovative Film City- is a theme park inspired by movies, visit sections such as the Wild WildWest, Miniature City, Cartoon City, Water rides and more!
- Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace-was built from 1781 to 1791. The emperor referred to it as the ‘Rash-e-Jannat’ which meant the abode of happiness and envy of heaven
- Shiva Temple-is landmarked by a huge shrine of Lord Shiva surrounded by the Himalayas in a pool of Artificial water.
- Bangalore Aquarium- is located in Cubbon Park. The aquarium I the most famous and largest aquarium in Bangalore, and the second-largest in India.