Places to visit in Bangalore
he park is known as the ‘Lung’ of the capital city, and it is because of its position. If you are a nature lover, the brilliant flora and fauna co-coordinating with embedded nature, shall bring you to peace instantly. The park is open for the book lovers as well. Inside the park is the Central Library where you can just sit around and read books of several genres.
The palace scores across 450 acres and is owned by the Mysore Royal Family. The palace is a live example for the historical and architectural brilliance and would make you feel like royalty for a brief while. The palace has the adored painting of Raja Ravi Verma which are not to be missed along with the Tudor-architecture and a Victorian Ambience.
Rising 4,851 ft over the sea level, ‘Nandi Hills’; also known as ‘Nandidurg’, is one of the most majorly celebrated places to visit in Bangalore. This is an ancient hill station that processed as a fortress for Southern India. This hill station dwells in the district of Chikkaballapur. The hill got its name because there is a very ancient temple located on the hills for the ‘Nandi God’. There is another ancient temple of Lord Shiva and Parvati adorning the structure of the hill. The Nandi temple in the hills has a 1000 year old design of Nandi sculptured.
With an international following of the Hare Krishna Hare Rama society, this temple is the greatest of the bunch. You come to peace with yourself as soon as you enter this sanctified land. Situated in Rajajinagar, witness the immense ethical complex for a life switching experience.
Every city has a nightlife and that’s precisely what UB City is. Put on your dancing shoes and head out to go through the best parties in Bangalore. A shopping heaven for the brand-writing, high-end luxury retail and pricey dinners will make your day.
Bannerghatta National Park
Across 25000 acres is the area of Bannerghatta National Park and it is the home to India’s biggest and best zoological reserve. Safari rides are organised by the Forest Department and is a must. The trip can be planned around a weekend for an awe-inspiring experience of the wild.
Brigade road is occupied with shops that incorporate both local brands and global brands. This place is situated incisively at the meeting point of the M.G. Road and Residency Road. This place is also renowned for St. Patrick’s Church, Eva Mall, The Catholic Club and Patrick’s Shopping Complex.
Lalbagh Botanical Garden
Another one from the cosmos lover encyclopedia, where you can find the most rarified of species of plants along with glorious fountains, pools and flower beds circulate over the hillock. Make sure to see the Glass House which will ring some bells of the epic Crystal Palace.
Wonder La is a very popular amusement park in Bangalore. This park comprise of both the dry rides as well as the wet rides. This amusement park is always found filled with the locals and tourists around the year. One of the best rides among all age groups is the High Sky Wheel Building. There are a lot of fun rides for the teenagers and kids, whereas the elders can always slug around in the water pool or play around in the air boats. The unlike rides include a Drop Zone, water chutes, hurricane and special laser show.
Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium
The ‘Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium’ is accomplished with exciting facts about astronomy. This place was established in 1989 by the Bangalore City Corporation. The main aim of the planetarium is to spread the knowledge about the outer space and our solar system. This must be on the ‘must visit’ list for every tourist visiting Bengaluru.
These are the major places in Bangalore and there are so many places to go for Bangalore Weekend Getaways. Freakouts have special packages for several campsites and adventure travels in and around Bangalore.