Bangalore Travel Guide

Bangalore(Bengaluru) capital city of state Karnataka, also known as ‘Silicon Valley of India’. You will fall in love with the weather in the city, popularly called as the ‘Garden City of India’. With everyone from across the nation trying to become a part of the bustling metropolitan. A city that boasts off a few attractions that are no match for those elsewhere in state, and the city’s comparative local advantages are ten-a-penny. Here are a few things not to miss when in Bangalore…

1. )Tipu sultan’s palace

Bangalore’s chief historical sights date back to the 18th-century reign of Hyder Ali and his son Tipu Sultan, “The Lion of Mysore”, a national hero who resisted the British occupation of India most strongly. The extraordinary timber built Tipu Sultan Summer Palace, in the heart of the city, gives a fascinating glimpse into Bangalore’s past.

 

2. ) Flight 4 Fantasy

Have you ever dreamt of flying an airplane? If you have and even if you have not, you should visit this exciting place. Flight 4 Fantasy is the first and only flight simulation centre in India, providing an experience of virtual flying to non-pilots. Your chance to be the pilot of a large commercial Jet. Explore Bangalore by adding wiongs to your dreams !

 

3. ) Agni Aerosports

Agni Aero Sport Adventure Academy (AASAA) , this facility was established at jakkur, a small satellite airfield on the outskirts of Bangalore. Located on Bangalore-Hyderabad highway and wedged between Bangalore City and the Indian Air Force Base at Yelahanka, Jakkur has a 900-meter tarred airstrip that can accommodate light aircraft only. Happy flying !

4. ) NGMA

This is really  a must-see attraction of Bangalore. House partly in a restored palce and partly in a tastefully designed, beautiful contemporary structured attached to the palace. There is a good collection of paintings by Indian artists including several members of the Tagore family and Jamini Roy. Wander around the sculpture-filled gardens.

5. ) Art of Bicycle Trips

Visiting Bangalore on a business trip, one does not need to put ion efforts on relying on your GPS to track you down to most famous places to visit. You can take a cycle tour. This Art of bicycle trip would take you on a tour for exploring the beautiful temples and evocative palaces of the Deccan. The city makes up for it’s buzzing, relaxed and liberal atmosphere.

 

 

6. ) Rock climbing in Ramanagara

Ramnagar, a small village located close to Bangalore, has many rocky mountains made of Lime & granite stones which is suitable for trekking and Rock climbing activity. Climbers from all over India visit this place for a thrilling experience. An amazing adventure awaits you !

7. ) Cubbon Park

This public park, first named as “Meade’s Park after Sir John Meade, subsequently renamed as Cubbon Park. This historic park, located at the heart of city is a healthy hangout place with lots of trees and fresh air. Lush greenery welcomes every visitor, with many indigenous and exotic botanical species. While exploring this garden you will find Queen Victoria statue, King Edward V11 statue, and many more. In the evening you will find yourself getting entertained by the Dancing Musical Fountain.

8. ) Musical night

When in Bangalore, you are sure to be impressed by the ‘full of life’attitude of the city. There is plenty to see and do within Bangalore itself, and it also serves as a good base to explore nearby tourist destinations.  Plenty of bars and pubs to keep your nightlife buzzing!

9. ) Ulsoor lake

Bangalore balances the old and new in an incredibly good manner. Ulsoor, or Halasuru is one of the biggest and most beautiful lakes of the Bangalore city, with a pleasant climate, cool breeze. The lake is surrounded by a number of tourist attractions like recreational complex, a Sikh Shrine, an ancient temple and a children’s park. A day out here is a refreshing break from the hustle-bustle of life.

10. ) Cave exploration

Enjoy Anthargange trek and caving, an ideal place for light trek offering fun-filled cave exploration, which is roughly 75 kms away, very close to Kolar.  Kunti betta night trek is a standout amongst the most famous and thrilling sites. Savandurga night trek is a heaven for adventurous travelers. Savandurga is magical in the night! Go cave exploring !

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