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The Silicon Valley of India has made headlines for decades and a visit here is a walk through the heritage Victorian-Era architecture and progression of one of the India's most illustrious cities also known as The Garden City.
It has been blessed with a wonderful climate and a trendy drinking, food and shopping experience. Bangalore is a great city for mingling with locals in the city beer joints or modern independent cafes.
What follows is a list of the top places to visit in Bangalore to get a glimpse at the best of the city.
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Must Visit Bangalore - Bangalore Palace

For the ones who seek to experience the classic royal charm of Bangalore can head over to one of its older landmarks, the sprawling Tudor-inspired estate of Bangalore Palace. The palace was built in the year 1887 by King Chamaraja Wadiyar and is today open to the public who come to witness the lavish and elegant splendour of one of South India’s most enduring dynasties.

12 Kms from the Hotel

Must Visit Bangalore - St. Mary s Basilica

St. Mary’s Basilica in bustling Shivajinagar is built in the Gothic style with stained glass windows. It hosts the St. Mary’s Feast each year in September. Devotees throng the basilica during the feast, which culminates in a procession with a chariot. It is also the oldest Catholic Church in Bangalore.

8 Kms from the Hotel

Must Visit Bangalore - Botanical Garden

Lalbagh is one of the oldest and first of its kind botanical gardens in India with planned routes, glasshouses and ornamental flowers growing throughout. It is spread over 240 acres and its construction was commissioned by the famous ruler Hyder Ali. Lalbagh is also a home to exotic flowers that were imported by the Sultan from countries like France, Persia, Arabia and Afghanistan.

8 Kms from the Hotel

Must Vist Bangalore - Central Library

Home to over 31,40,000 books, with a copy of every book ever published in the state of Karnataka, The Sir Sheshadri Iyer Memorial Library or The State Central Library is nothing short of iconic. With its instantly recognizable bright red walls and its central location within the lush green of Cubbon Park, the Central Library is one of the city's biggest cultural sites and landmark.

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Must Visit Bangalore - St. Francis Xavier Cathedral

Cubbon Park, is a landmark area of Bangalore located within the heart of the city originally created in 1870. It covers an area of 300 acres with a rich recorded history of abundant flora and fauna plantations coupled with numerous impressive and aesthetically located buildings and statues of famous personages. The Attarakacheri (now known as High Court of Karnataka) is at the entrance to Cubbon Park.

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Must Visit Bangalore - Iskcon Temple

Sri Radha Krishna Temple in Bangalore is one of the largest ISKCON Temple in the world. In May 1997, the temple which is situated on Hare Krishna Hill was inaugurated by the ninth president of India. There is a gold-plated dhwaja-stambha (flag post) 56 ft high and a gold plated kalash shikara which is 28 ft high. ISKCON Bangalore has six shrines.

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Must Visit Bangalore - Shivoham Shiva Temple

The Shivom Shiva Temple has a gigantic statue of Lord Shiva which stands 65 feet tall as a towering symbol of hope and spreading faith for generations to come. The temple was consecrated by Sri Shankaracharya of Srinegri on 26 February, 1995 with focus to help people attain Moksha by understanding the principles in ancient Vedic texts.

1 Km from the Hotel

Must Visit Bangalore - Bannerghatta National Park

Bannerghatta National Park, was founded in 1970 and declared as a national park in 1974. In 2002 a portion became a biological reserve. A popular tourist destination with a zoo, a pet corner, an animal rescue center, a butterfly enclosure, an aquarium, a snake house and a guided safari park. There are ancient temples in the park for worship and its a destination for trekking and hiking.

45 Kms from the Hotel

Must Visit Bangalore - Nandi Hills

Nandi Hills is an ancient hill fortress built by Ganga Dynasty and later enlarged and strengthened by Tipu Sultan in southern India. Watching the sunrise at Nandi Hills is popular with tourists and locals in the city. The first ever SAARC summit hosted by India was held at Nandi Hills in 1986.

65 Kms from the Hotel


Must Visit Bangalore - UB City

UB City, India's First Luxury Mall was built with an idea of taking Luxury to an unseen level. Spread across 3 levels, the Collection at UB City offers shoppers over 1 Lakh sq ft of opulence through over 40 Nationally and Internationally acclaimed brands for exquisite jewellery, accessories, cosmetics, bags, luxury watches, shoes or clothes along with wide gourmet options.

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Must Visit Bangalore - Brigade Road

Brigade Road is one of the biggest commercial centers and busiest shopping area of Bangalore. It has many shopping centers and retail outlets of various brands along with shops, restaurants, pubs and other happening places. It also has been a New Year celebration hub in the city for many years.

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Must Visit Bangalore - Commercial Street

Commercial Street is one of the oldest and busiest shopping areas of Bangalore. The street is famous for its trade in clothes, footwear, jewellery, electronics and food joints. Travelers often tag it as a Perfect Shopping Hub with affordable and stylish apparels along with road side eateries.

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