Top 11 Best Sightseeing Places to Visit in Bangalore

Welcome to Bangalore, commonly called as the Silicon Valley of the country is famous among the IT officials. The city which is progressing at a steadfast speed with munificent climate and with quirky places to visit is becoming a hot spot destination for the folks forcing them to flock here.

Modes Of Transport

Air: The famous Kempegowda International Airport is well connected to all the major cities in India where flights operating almost every day which is around 30 KM away from the main city.

Railways: There are three major railway stations in Bangalore namely, Bengaluru East, Bengaluru Cant and Bengaluru City Junction.

Roads: The city is accessible through various highways one famous being NH 275 which connects the megacity to Bantwal via Mysuru and Coorg. You can travel here through various bus reservations or maybe through a private car.

Places To Visit

As the city is famous by its nickname, “The Garden City” has numerous amounts of gardens in all size, shapes and forms. Besides this, there are many other zillion things to visit here. Let’s dig in deep and check out what are those!

1. Spiritual Feels At Iskcon Temple

Timings: Monday- Friday: 7:15 AM — 1 PM & 4:15 PM — 8:20 PM

Saturday-Sunday: 7:15 AM — 8:30 PM

Entry Charges: No charges

Situated: Hare Krishna Hill, Chord Road, Rajaji Nagar

A visit to this hilltop Iskcon temple is a must regardless whether you are a Krishna devotee or not. The place is mixed with both traditional and contemporary styles. There are various food stalls inside the premises, so make sure to have yummy in your tummy.

Also, stroll at various book stalls and do buy some sort souvenirs for your loved ones from here.

Quick Tip: Do try out the parshad given out by the temple foundation to all the visitors.

2. Zoo Time At Bannerghatta Biological Park

Timings: Monday- Sunday: 9:30 AM — 5:30 PM (Tuesday closed)

Entry Charges: Depending on the mode of safari booked (For Non-Ac INR 250 — INR 300, Ac INR 500- INR 600, Private Jeep INR 1200- INR 1500)

Situated: Bannerghatta Road, Bannerghatta

This national park has a wide variety of animals kept in their natural habitat. There are three sections all of which are opened for public view, the butterfly park, the zoo and the safari. Check out the prices according to your preferences and book tickets for safari and zoo from AC bus, Non-Ac bus and a private jeep. You can also opt for boating here.

Quick Tip: Check out the Ostrich cage in the Zoo section for an ultimate experience.

3. Flowery Show At Lalbagh Botanical Garden

Timings: 6 AM- 6 PM

Entry Charges: Ranges from INR 10- INR 20 (for Indians)

Situated: Mavalli

This garden holds a special place in the hearts of the people of Bangalore and is also called as “The Red Garden” in English. This place has a private bandstand and the famous glass house. There are thousands of variety of flowers and trees. One can roam here for one whole day and can never get bored. The serene environment is what mesmerizes the tourists the most.

Quick Tip: Click a picture inside the glass house and also try the eateries sold by street vendors.

4. Casual Strolling At The Cubbon Park

Timings: No specific time

Entry Charges: Fish aquarium: INR 10- INR 20

Kids Area: INR 20- INR 30 (Adults only allowed with kids)

Situated: Sampangi Rama Nagar

Built across 297 acres, this park has three sections, one being the aquarium, other for kids amusement and the third being a casual promenading area.

Quick Tip: Do try out the fruit chat from street stall vendors found outside the park.

5. Commoners Meet The Royalty At The Bangalore Palace

Timings: 10 AM- 5:30 PM

Entry Charges: INR 100 (Indians) and INR 400 (Foreigners)

Situated: Palace Road, Vasanth Nagar

This palace built by the Maharajas of Mysore has a unique Tudor architecture. One can look out for the various rooms and the old belongings kept here as a symbol of prestige.

Quick Tip: Do look the architecture and the way different things are carved on the wall.

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