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Bangalore also known as the ?Silicon Valley of India? is the IT hub of the country. The city enriched with workplaces of almost all the technological companies. With 8.5 million population record, Bangalore is the third most populous city in India. Bangalore is known for its pleasant climate all throughout the year. Along with being the headquarters of various technical and automotive companies in India, Bangalore is also the home of the Kannada film industry. Many of the prestigious colleges like NIFT, IIM, NLSIU and NID. In case you?re now worried about how to begin exploring this wonderful city, don?t worry, for we?ve got you covered; just book your cab at getmecab and get going!
There are lots of interesting places in Bangalore which fascinate the people and tourists.
Lal Bagh Botanical Garden is one among the many creations of Tipu sultan which was created in 1760. The place is famous for its glass house where flower exhibitions are held twice every year. The largest collection of tropical plants in India is also present in Lal Bagh. Lal Bagh houses various species of birds like mynas, parakeets, Brahmani kite, common egret, pond heron, etc. The lake in the compound of Lal Bagh is one of the prime tourist attractions of Bangalore.
Major Richard Sankey built Cubbon Park in 1870. The park is spread over 100 acres of area and acts as the 'lungs of the city'. It has over 6000 different species of both indigenous as well as ornamental plants. The Cubbon Park is situated near Karnataka High Court. If you are fond of long walks in nature-guarded places, this is surely the place for you.
Located in Rajajinagar in Bangalore, this temple is one of the largest ISKCON temples in the world. There is a huge cultural complex inside the temple, which was inaugurated by ex-president Shankar Dayal Sharma in 1997. The main shrine in this temple is of Lord Krishna. There is a 17 m high golden flag post and facility of free prasadam distribution to the worshipers during the darshan hours. The ISKCON organization aims to promote Vedic culture and spiritual learning amid the common people.
Bangalore Palace is a royal residence of Bengaluru built by Rev. J. Garrett. The royal residence construction started in 1862 and finished in 1944. Now possessed by the Mysore imperial family, the royal residence has recently undergone a renovation. The ticket fare to visit the palace is for Rs. 225 per head for Indians and Rs. 450 for non-natives. Carrying a still camera is another Rs. 675. The sprawling grounds encompassing the royal residence is used for holding open programs including music and other cultural shows. Numerous global musicians like Aerosmith, Backstreet Boys, Don Moen, David Guetta and Elton John have performed in the ground. Fun World is a carnival arranged in the palace complex. It offers various recreational facilities like joy rides, water parks and a snow room.
Tipu Sultan's Summer Palace
Tipu Sultan's Summer Palace is a place where Indo-Islamic culture adorns the walls residence of the Mysore ruler Tipu Sultan. Hyder Ali initiated this palace construction within the walls of the Bangalore Fort, and got completed in 1791. After Tipu Sultan's death in the Fourth Anglo-Mysore War, the British Administration used the building of the palace as its Secretariat. The palace is open to the public every day from 10 am to 6 pm except Monday and on Sundays it will be open from 8.30 am to 5.30 pm. There is an entry fee of INR 5 per person for Indian nationals and ?100 per person for non-natives. Tourists can capture the beautiful pictures of this palace as photography permitted and there is no need to pay a penny for using camera.
Bannerghatta National Park
Bannerghatta National Park was created in 1971 and its status changed to a National park in 1974. It is a popular tourist destination that comprises of a zoo, an aquarium, a pet corner, an animal rescue center, a butterfly enclosure, a snake house and a safari park. There are many temples in the park premises for worship along with suitable facilities for trekking.
Built by Kengal Hanumanthaiah in 1956, the Vidhana Soudha is the body of the state legislation of Karnataka. Its architecture is in a Mysore Neo-Dravidian style and has elements of Indo-Saracenic and Dravidian styles in various places. It spread across an area of 2300 by 1500 feet and is the largest legislative building in India. The Karnataka High Court is across the road and both these building are in the Cubbon Park.
Wonderla is an amusement park in Bangalore. The Wonderla Park at Bangalore is the second venture of Wonderla Holidays Limited. Their first venture opened in Kochi and Wonderla Bangalore spread over an area of 82 acres (33 hectares). Wonderla has a total of 55 land and water-based rides. The park facilitates a huge variety of attractions including aerial rides, water rides, a musical fountain and laser shows.
There are lots of interesting & fascinating places near Bangalore city for Weekend Destination.
Mysore is known to be the cleanest city in India, which served as the capital city of Mysore, a Princely Kingdom for nearly six centuries, from 1399 until 1947. Mysore is also called the City of Palaces, and the most notable palaces are Amba Vilas, popularly known as Mysore Palace, Jaganmohana Palace, Rajendra Vilas, Lalitha Mahal, and Jayalakshmi Vilas. Actually, the chief palace of Mysore was burnt down to the ground in 1897, and the present-day structure was constructed later on the same site. CAVA (Chamarajendra Academy of Visual Arts) offers education in visual art forms such as painting, photography, applied art, sculpture, graphics, photo journalism, and art history.
Ooty is 267 km away from Bangalore in the southern direction. Ooty is a popular hill station situated on the Nilgiri Hills. In general, Ooty enjoys pleasant climate throughout the year, unlike the rest of its tropical neighboring areas. Ooty is located in the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve, which has many forested areas and water bodies. The rose garden which is a government property is the largest rose garden in India. Other places that you can visit here are the lake view, the Pykara River, Dodabetta peak and the tribal huts.
Kodaikanal is just 308 km distant from Bangalore. Kodaikanal is well-known as the "Princess of Hill stations" and in Tamil it is translated as ?Gift of the forest?. Kodaikanal was a favourite of the British while the ruled India. This is the reason, there are multiple churches here. Kodaikanal Lake, an artificial, roughly star-shaped lake, is its most popular tourist attraction. It has a boating facility, horses and bicycles for hire and there is a park around the periphery of the lake where one can take long walks. Other than this, one can visit the Bryant Park, which is a botanical garden, the Dolphin?s nose and the Pambar falls.
Hampi is just 340 km far from Bangalore in the southern direction. Once Hampi used to be one of the richest and largest cities in the world. Previously it was the capital of the Vijayanagara region ruled by the famous King Krishnadeva Ray whose adviser was the famous Tenali Raman. To this day, Hampi is an important religious center, housing several temples and monuments belonging to the old city. Hampi was traditionally known as Pampa-kshetra. Pampa is the old name of the Tungabhadra River, along the banks of which this city is present. The places one can visit here are mostly historical and religious like the Badavlinga, Krishna Temple complex, Vittala Temple Complex, Malyavanta Raghunatha Swamy Temple etc.
Coorg or Kodagu is also known as Kodava Nadu and is 267 km from Bangalore. It is one of the least populated areas of Karnataka and yet very rich in terms of culture. Agriculture is the most widely practiced occupation here and the crops that are grown majorly are rice, coffee, timber and spices. As Coorg is very rich in culture, people have their own cultural festivals that they celebrate annually. As an example, 'Kailpoud' celebrated on 3 September every year, to mark the harvesting of the rice crop. Another festival known as Kaveri Sankramana takes place in mid-October which is mainly celebrated to specify River Kaveri significance. People gather on this day to bathe in its holy water.
Wayanad belongs to Kerala and is about 280 km away from Bangalore. It is one of the least populated places in Kerala. The place has a highly laid back and peaceful vibe to it and is surrounded by various peaks like Chembra Peak, Banasura Peak, and Brahmagiri. The Wayanad Heritage Museum at Ambalavayal displays various relics/mementos of Wayanad's heritage recovered from different parts of the district. Wayanad has the highest tribal population in Kerala. More than half of the district's residents are tribal, who have their own culture of dance, music and worship. Another place to visit here is the Sultan Bathery, where there are caves from the Stone Age.
The statue of Gomateshvara Bahubali at Shravanabelagola is one among the most significant pilgrimage destinations in Jainism. There is a saying that Chandragupta Maurya died here after becoming a Jain monk. More than 800 inscriptions in Kannada and Prakrit have been found at Shravanabelagola, dating to various times from 600 to 1830. Most of these inscriptions are found in the Chandragiri and the rest are found on the Vindhyagiri Hill and the town.The famous 58-feet tall monolithic statue present on Vindhyagiri Hill is the largest in the world.
Nandi Hills are in less proximity to the town of Nandi. In traditional belief, the hills are the origin of the Arkavati, Penna and Palar Rivers. Nandi Hills hold their name for various reasons, mainly because the shape of the hills resembles that of a sleeping bull. There is an ancient Shiva-Parvati temple here, along with the fort of Tipu Sultan, Brahmashram, and various adventure sports like cycling and paragliding are practiced here. Apart from these enticing locations, other places to visit are Savandurga hills, Ranganatha Swamy temple, Nrityagram, and Folk art Museum.
Round Trip Taxi Fare in Bangalore
|Toyota Etios-Swift Dzire||9.5|
|Toyota Innova 7||13.5|
|Tempo Traveller 12 str||17.0|
One-Way Cab Fare in Bangalore
Full Day Taxi Fare in Bangalore
|Toyota Etios-Swift Dzire||1500|
|Toyota Innova 7||2100|
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