Bangalore is the capital of Karnataka, a state in South India. It is also recognized as Bengaluru, is rich in civilization as well as history. It considers one of the largest cities in India. It has to be acknowledged by different names: City of Gardens, Silicon Valley, and Pub Capital of India.
Here is an incredible list of top ten best places to visit in Bangalore. Let’s take a trip to explore these areas.
1. Bangalore Palace
It is a historical, beautiful palace extending in more than 450 acres land. Diverse varieties of green plants surround this landmark. It is situated in North Bangalore. It started to build in 1862; it finished in 1944. In 1884, it purchased by Mysore’s Maharaja. It has about 30,000 canvases. It is a must visit spot; an auditory tour helps the visitors in knowing the legacy and antiquity of this palace.
2. Nandi Hills
An old, verdant, hilly Fort is the most liked picnic point among youngsters and seniors of Bangalore. It is nearly 60km far from Bangalore and is situated near Kempegowda International Airport. It covers a wide variety of evergreen trees. This bumpy fortress constructed by Tipu Sultan. It has many attractions: the Tipu Drop, criminals dropped to death from this point, The Nandi Temple, 1300 years old Sanctuary, the Shiva and Parvati Shrine, and The Gandhi Centre.
3. Ulsoor Lake
This beautiful lake spreads over 125 acres land and locates in the city center. It built by Kempegowda II. The most striking attractions of this lake include boating and swimming. Visitors can easily reach to this point by road; all main roads connect to this spot.
4. Vidana Soudha
Constructed in 1954, it is a historical, state legislature building in Bangalore. The building has a beautiful architecture, a great illustration of neo-Dravidian architecture. It currently deploys as the judicial chamber in Karnataka; it houses many government ceremonies. It magnificently illuminates at night.
5. Tipu Sultan Fort
Tipu Sultan was a ruler of the Maysor Kingdom. This beautiful palace built in the remembrance of Sultan. It initially founded by Chikkadeva Raya and constructed in the mud. Afterwards, it reconstructed by Hyder Ali in an Indo-Islamic style. It construction completed in 1791. It is a significant building represents the Indo-Pak culture.
6. National Gallery of Modern Art
It is present in a legacy location, Manikyavelu Castle, formerly possessed by the Imperial Mysore family. In the 60s, it took over by the government. In 1989, it transferred to the culture department for establishing an art museum. It equips with a remarkable library, an outdoor theatre, a café, a museum, and a large auditorium. It is a worth visiting spot to see the contemporary artworks of Indian culture.
7. Crazy Waters
It is an amusement park locates in Bannerghatta main road. It is a name of excitement, fun, and enjoyment. It features water rides, a big water slide, a mini train, a swimming pool, a musical fountain, a wonder wheel, much other fun. Visitors visit this spot in summers to beat the heat. It welcomes visitors from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
8. Mavalli Tiffin Rooms
MTR is a delightful restaurant offers delicious ready-made food of all kinds. Visitors who visit Bangalore don’t miss this mouth-watering place. It is located at a walking distance from the Lalbagh North. It has many famous dishes: Rava Dosa and Rava Idlis.
9. Mantri Mall
When Mantri Mall established in 2010, it was the largest shopping mall in South India. Placed at Malleshwaram, it has many international as well as national brands of all varieties, providing a big shopping platform. A weekend is a perfect time to enjoy shopping at this bustling mall.
10. Cubbon Park
It is a fabulous verdant island covering 300 acres land. In the 19th century, it founded by Richard Snakey, Major General. This lush green park is peppered with many magnetic attractions: an archeological museum, a central library, and Karnataka’s High Court.
11. Indira’s Musical Fountain
It is placed near to Vidhana Soudha as well as Cubbon Park. The twirling fountain constructed in 1996, placing in the city center near the Raj Bhavan Road. The advanced technology has used in designing the fountain.