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BENGALURU – A city you must visit

Bangalore, the 'Silicone Valley of India', is the most vivacious city in India with so many things to see and explore. A couple of days are not to the point of covering the significant spots of attractions around here.

Bengaluru is Situated at a higher height on the Deccan Plateau. It is exceptionally famous for plenty of things, its parks and gardens spread across the whole city. A fast-growing city yet industrialization doesn’t stand in the way of sanitation and cleanliness of the city. The city is clean and elegant. It is a perfect amalgamation of culture and modernity. Everybody should give this city a visit somewhere around once in their life and see with their own eyes the greatness of the city clamouring with youth and energy. 




Cubbon Park     

           Covering a 300-section of the land region in Bangalore’s business area, Cubbon Park is a well-known spot for walkers, joggers, nature sweethearts, and any individual who simply needs to laze around. Named after the former Commissioner of Mysore, Sir Mark Cubbon, the Cubbon park has a lot to offer like a library, museums, a tennis academy, an aquarium, a toy train and many statues and pavilions. Also, it is home to 68 genera and 96 species with a total of around 6000 plants/trees. The park is a symbol of harmony and magnificence in the middle of chaos and busy city life. It is a very beautiful park especially during spring when colourful Tabebuia trees are in full bloom. The entry is free so you can go for walks in the park when you are in the city.


Tipu Sultan’s Palace and Fort

 s an illustration of Indo-Islamic architecture and was the summer home of the Mysorean ruler Tipu Sultan. Hyder Ali initiated its development inside the dividers of the Bangalore Fort, and it was finished during the reign of Tipu Sultan in 1791. The design was fabricated teak and stands decorated with points of support, arches and balconies. It is believed that Tipu Sultan used to direct his durbar (court) from the eastern and western balcony of the upper floor.

A Hindu temple in the fort’s courtyard is a testament to Tipu Sultan’s religious tolerance. The palace is open daily from 8:30 to 5:30 pm. Also check out the art gallery in the fort, which houses historical paintings, photos and carvings. If you are visiting the palace don’t forget to visit the nearby Krishna Rajendra Market which is Bengaluru’s bustling flower market.

You can also see visit the baga beach water sports which is in Goa, that is near bangalore. 
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Bannerghatta National Park bangalore

National Park is just 20 km from the city. This government-managed park offers an exciting safari with glimpses of the famous Bengal tigers, elephants and more. Bannerghatta National Park is adjacent to the mighty mountain range of Anekal along the perimeter, at various altitudes from 1245m to 1634m above sea level.

The park also has a butterfly park that offers 48 species of butterflies. In various seasons at Bengaluru Bannerghatta Biological Park. The highlight of this butterfly garden is that its transparent. Polycarbonate roof was designed as the ‘butterfly conservatory’ with a landscaped garden. An enormous dome structure with 10,500 square feet of the landscaped garden would provide all the necessary habitat requirements, including host plants and house butterflies year-round.


Lal Bagh Botanical Garden bangalore 

One of the oldest botanical gardens in India, Lalbagh is a popular tourist destination in South India. With its planned routes, glasshouses, and ornamental flowers growing. 

India but also the first of its kind. With its planned routes, glasshouses, and ornamental flowers growing throughout the property, the Lalbagh Botanical Garden is not only the largest botanical garden in 

The gardens were completed by his son, Tipu Sultan, who attempted to recreate the beautiful gardens of Sira in Tumkur District in Karnataka. The gardens were completed by his son, Tipu Sultan, who attempted to recreate the beautiful gardens of Sira in Tumkur District in Karnataka. In this historical garden, flowers previously unknown to India were first observed. Tipu Sultan imported trees from all over the world to grow here. It has a glass house that hosts two flower shows every year on Independence Day and Republic Day, which fall on 15 August.

You need to buy a ticket for Rs.20 for an adult and Rs.15 for a kid.


 Bangalore Palace.

 Located within 200 km of the city, Bangalore Palace is a great place to spend time. 


Nandi Hill

 Quite possibly the most well-known perspective in Bangalore. Nandi Hill is one of the famous spots to visit in Bangalore for couples.


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