A cosmopolitan city with an innumerable number of burgeoning industries, Bangalore is a popular tourist destination. It is celebrated for its elegant heritage buildings, sprawling markets and architectural brilliance of the newly constructed concrete structures. It is ranked as India’s very own ‘Silicon Valley’ and is blessed with a tropical climate.
A quintessentially regale monument, this castle is believed to date back to the year 1878. Sprawling over an expanse of 45,000 sq. ft., it is a mélange of Tudor & Scottish architectural styles. It comprises of numerous parts like the huge Darbar Hall, captivating Roman arches, a grand ball room and verdant garden.
The epicenter of all the recreational and commercial activities in Bangalore, this is the perfect destination for all the shopaholics to pick up souvenirs for their family and friends. From exquisite silk saris to elegant stone jewelry and chic footwear – there’s plenty to choose from. It also has an array of eating outlets where you can grab a quick bite.
A haven for all the wildlife enthusiasts, this park was established in 1971. A hotspot of biodiversity, it comprises of an abundant bouquet of flaura and fauna endemic to the region. It is home to India’s first butterfly park. It also houses an aquarium, zoo, children’s park, crocodile farm, Snake Park and a museum.
Germinating from River Arkavati, Chunchi Falls cascade rapidly from a height of 50 ft. A picturesque location enclosed by lush green scrubs and verdant pastures this pristine landscape is a major tourist attraction in Bangalore. After crossing a rocky terrain, the waterfalls are a sight to behold in all its glory, which will make all the trekking worth it.
|Kempegowda International Airport
|Cantonment Railway Station
|Corporation Bus Stand