Bangalore or Bengaluru is one of the vibrant city to visit in India with various tourist destinations. This Silicon Valley city is a splendid mix of vast styles like adventure, architecture, relaxation on the outskirts and night life in the city.

Top Places to Visit in Bangalore

1  Lalbagh Botanical Garden

Lalbagh Botanical Garden is one of the oldest gardens in India and is a major tourist attraction of Bengaluru. The park is spread over an area of ​​240 acres and its construction was started by the famous ruler Hyder Ali in 1760 and completed by his son Tipu Sultan. Lalbagh is home to exotic flowers that were imported by the Sultan from foreign countries. Apart from plants, this botanical garden also houses a number of birds.

2 Brigade Road

Brigade Road is a large commercial center and one of the famous shopping areas in the center of Bangalore. There are many branded and non-branded shops selling clothes, shoes and electronic goods on both sides of the street. If you are shopping lover then this is perfect place for you.

3 Wonderla Waterpark

A  place to celebrate moments, Wonderla is one of the best waterpark in Bengluru city. It is famous for its high thrill rides, but there are other comfort booths that attract people of all ages and thus make it a ubiquitous place. The water park features over 60 exhilarating rides to enjoy.

4 Bangalore Palace

The Bangalore Palace is a royal palace located in Bengaluru, built in the year 1878. This extraordinarily palace is mix of Tudor and Scottish Gothic architecture spread over 45,000 square feet. Palace also has beautiful wooden carvings both inside and outside, which displays the royal culture in different ways. Anyone who likes classic architecture and artistry will be happy to go there.

5 Vidhana Soudha

Vidhan Soudha the State Legislature and the Secretariat of Karnataka and is one of the most popular attractions in the vibrant and colorful city of Bengaluru. Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru described Vidhana Soudha as 'A temple dedicated to the nation". Spread over an area of ​​60 acres, this stunning building has many carved pillars, bases, arches as well as cornices, which add to its immense beauty.

6 Bannerghatta National Park

The Bengaluru Bannerghatta National Park is one of the most popular and frequently visited sites in the city. Catering to nature and wildlife enthusiasts. This national park, spread over a large area of ​​about 104.27 sq km, was established in the year 1971 and declared a biological reserve in 2002. Biological Park also has a butterfly park, zoo and jungle safari.

7 Innovative Film City

Innovative Film City is an amusement park located in Bidali, Bangalore. It is an Indian theme park of its kind filled with a myriad of fun activities for every age group. Whether you like shopping, eating, just walking and seeing, there is something unique that Film City has to offer you.

8 Nandi Hills

Nandi Hills, also known as Nandidurg, is an ancient hill fort located in Chikkaballapur district about 60 km from Bangalore. It is 4700 feet above sea level home to some famous temples. Nandi Hills is famous for its trekking trails, cycling routes and adventure sports such as paragliding.

9 Tipu Sultan's Summer Palace

This summer residence of Tipu Sultan was built in the year 1791. It is a two-storied building built entirely in pure teak wood with large pillars supporting the entire structure. The Islamic concept is used when creating intricately carved arches. The walls and ceilings of the palace are decorated with floral patterns. Tipu Sultan's Summer Palace is  great examples of architectural marveling.

10 Ramanagara

Ramanagara is a town and a city municipal council in the Indian state of Karnataka. It is located about 50 KM from Bengaluru city and if you remember the Sholay film, this is where the film was shot. The city is famous for its silk industry, hence it is famous as the Silk City. Ramnagar is one of the places to visit in Bangalore, to enjoy activities like camping and trekking.
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