Places to Visit in Bangalore
  1. St. Mary’s Basilica
  2. St. Mary’s Basilica is one of the oldest churches in Bangalore and is the first church in the state to be given the status of minor basilica. The 17th century had a humble beginning as a humble hut in the St. Mary’s Basilica, built by Tamil Christian immigrants from Gingee. The St. Mary’s Basilica is a huge Gothic-style church built in the form of a cross, designed by a French architect.

  3. Bangalore Palace
  4. Spread across 45,000 square feet, Bangalore Palace is one of the most famous tourist attractions in Bangalore. Attached to the Manicure Garden, Bangalore Palace is built in the Tudor style of architecture with fortified turrets, battlements, and towers.

    The Bangalore Palace was purchased by the guardians of Chamaraja Wadiyar in 1873 and construction began in 1874. The construction was completed in 1884. The palace has mainly wooden interiors and is surrounded by gardens.

  5. Cubbon Park
  6. Spread over 300 acres, Kabban Park, officially called Sri Chamarajendra Park, is located in the heart of Bangalore city. Cubbon Park is one of the major attractions of Bangalore city. The park first called Meade’s Park in 1870. Later it was renamed Cubbon Park following the name of Sir Mark Cubbon.

    The Park is a repository of many species of plants and trees that contain many underlying species of plants. The museum has ruins of Mohenjo-Daro and also has some specimens of the ancient Vijayanagara Empire, old-time coins, and many stone inscriptions.

  7. MG Road
  8. Mahatma Gandhi Road, also known as MG Road, is one of the busiest roads in Bangalore city. MG Road runs east from Trinity Circle at one end to Anil Kumble circle at the other end.

    MG Road has several office buildings, retail stores, food outlets, restaurants, shops, and theaters. It is also home to many buildings and banks.

  9. Lalbagh Botanical Garden
  10. Spread over 240 acres, Lalbagh Botanical Garden is one of the major tourist attractions of Bangalore. Lalbagh Botanic Garden with 1,854 species of plants is an old botanical garden in Bengaluru, India. Hyder Ali commissioned the building of this garden in 1760 but his son, Tipu Sultan, completed it.

    Tipu Sultan brought and planted imported trees and plants from all over the world. Currently, Lalbagh Botanical Garden has one of the largest collections of rare plants in the world.

    The park is home to a wide variety of flora and fauna, a wide variety of bird species such as myna, common egrets, parakeets, and pond heron. Every year a floral exhibition is organized on the premises of Lalbagh on Republic Day and Independence Day.

  11. UB City Mall
  12. UB City Mall in Bangalore is India’s first luxury mall. Built on an area of 16 Lakh square feet, the UB City Mall consists of 6 blocks, UB Tower, Kingfisher Plaza, Concord, Canberra, Comet, and Kingfisher Tower.

    UB City has four towers, UB Tower (19 floors), Comet (11 floors), Canberra (17 floors), and Concord (19 floors). The place is home to all luxury beauty and fashion brands around the world.

  13. Bannerghatta National Park
  14. Spread over 104.27 square kilometers, Bannerghatta National Park was established in 1971. Bannerghatta National Park, which is about 21 kilometers from the city of Bangalore, offers tourists the perfect weekend option. Bannerghatta National Park near Bangalore, Karnataka was established in 1970 and was declared a National Park in 1974.

    The wildlife collection includes elephants, leopards, pigs, rabbits, India gazelle, spotted deer, Royal Bengal Tiger, porcupine, Asian Lion, lizard monitor, wild boar, sloth bear, and cobras. Bannerghatta also has an aquarium, a zoo, a children’s playground, a crocodile sanctuary, a snake reserve, a park for prehistoric animals, and a museum.

  15. Wonder La Water Park
  16. One of the best amusement parks in India, Wonder La Water Park is located on the outskirts of Bangalore on Mysore Road. Wonder La Water Park is popular for its collection of high-thrill rides.

    While it is most famous for high-thrill dry rides, it also has some Relaxed, fun rides. Wonder La has many shops and cafeterias scattered around the park, also, there are many small shops selling everything from selling ice cream to coconut water, burgers, and pizza.

  17. Ulsoor Lake
  18. Located on the northeastern edge of the city, Ulsoor Lake is one of the largest and most beautiful lakes in Bangalore city. The lake derives its name from the area where it is located, Ulsoor.

    The Lake is believed to have been built by King Kempe Gowda II during the latter half of the second century. Spread over an area of 123.6 acres, The Lake is surrounded by lush greenery and creates an atmosphere of peace.

    In ancient times, the Lake was known as ‘Halsoor’ or ‘Alasur’ lake. The areas around Lake Ulsoor have a recreational complex with a swimming pool and the largest Sikh temple in the city.

  19. ISKCON Temple
  20. One of the largest ISKCON temples in the world, ISKCON Temple, Bangalore is located in Rajajinagar, Karnataka, North India. ISKCON Temple was inaugurated in 1997 by Dr. Shankar Dayal Sharma and is a huge cultural complex.

    ISKCON Temple Community conducts a wide range of activities to rediscover individual spirituality and to create a sense of peace in the group.

  21. Commercial Street
  22. One of the city’s oldest and busiest shopping areas, Commercial Street is located near M G Road in the heart of Bangalore city. Commercial Street is famous for its trade in clothing, footwear, jewelry, electronics.

    Commercial Street has a variety of assorted items in many shops and market areas that are easily available to their buyers. Commercial street is a heaven for all those who want their good clothes which will not be too heavy on their pockets.

  23. Vidhana Soudha
  24. Spread over an area of 60 acres, Vidhana Soudha is known as the ‘Taj Mahal of South India’. Vidhana Soudha took five years to build and was finally inaugurated in 1956.

    Described as ‘A temple dedicated to the nation’ by Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, Vidhana Soudha houses the Karnataka State Legislature and Secretariat and is one of the most popular attractions in Bengaluru’s vibrant and colorful city.

  25. Nandi Temple
  26. The Bull Temple in Bangalore, also known as the Nandi Temple, is said to be one of the biggest temples in the world. Nandi temple is famous for the large statue of the sacred bull, this statue is 4.5 meters high and 6.5 meters long.

    The design of the temple was strongly influenced by the Vijayanagara style, which prevalent in the 1500s. The temple was built in the year 1537 by a ruler named Kempe Gowda, who is famous as the founder of the capital of Karnataka.

    The temple was built in 1537 by Kempe Gowda, a ruler who is regarded as the founder of Karnataka’s capital.

  27. Innovative Film City
  28. Spread over 58 acres of land, Innovative Film City is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Bangalore. All festivals and events are celebrated here with great pomp. The Innovative Film City offers its guests at its multi-cuisine courtyard a range of food opportunities.

  29. Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium
  30. Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium was established in 1989 and has emerged as India’s premier institution. The Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium is one of the most popular attractions in Bangalore.

    This place is a fascinating hub of knowledge, but not in the manner of preaching, textbook, but in a much more intriguing and practical manner that explains the concepts much greater than simple words on a paper.

  31. Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace
  32. Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace, also known as ‘Abode of Happiness’, is located in the Bangalore Fort which is situated in old Bangalore in the south-west Indian state of Karnataka.

    The Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace is an example of Indo-Islamic architecture and was the summer residence of Tipu Sultan, ruler of Mysore. The fort’s construction began during Hyder Ali’s reign and was completed in 1791, during Tipu Sultan’s rule.

  33. Lumbini Gardens
  34. Lumbini Gardens is one of the most-visited public parks on the banks of Lake Nagavara in Bangalore. The beautiful, comfortable environment of the lake embraces visitors with fascinating views and activities that people enjoy with their loved ones.

    Located near Lake Nagavara, the Lumbini Gardens is one of the first garden attractions of its kind in Bangalore. The garden’s main attractions include a wave pool, different rides, water activities, lake boating, etc.

  35. Bangalore Aquarium
  36. Located at the entrance of Cubbon Park in Bangalore, Bangalore Aquarium is the second largest aquarium in India. The Bangalore Aquarium, also known as the Government Aquarium, was established in 1983 and is administered by the Fisheries Department of the Karnataka State Government.

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