TOP PLACES TO VISIT IN BANGALORE ON A HOLIDAY 

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BANGALORE ON A HOLIDAY

Bangalore is the garden capital of India’s southern Karnataka state. It is the third most populated city and is the largest city in south India. It has pleasant weather throughout the year, with the parks named “Garden City” of India. 

The center of India’s top-notch and high-tech industry, the city is well known for its parks and nightlife. An aerospace and electronics hub since the 1960s, Bangalore is widely said as the “Silicon Valley of India” because of its role as the nation’s leading IT (Information Technology) exporter. 

So, if you’re planning to visit Bangalore city in the top 7 places this holiday season, you need to see it.  

1. BREAKOUT ESCAPE ROOM 

This escape room tops our list since it’s one of the best and most famous escape rooms in the city. They’re located in Koramangala, the cosmopolitan district popular among young tech workers and students since all the companies and colleges are situated there. Breakout escape rooms are the best in Asia and have immersive experiences to explore. You can also avail of their events and parties because they have unique packages to offer.  

A Breakout is the best place for birthday celebration and other events like parties, corporate events, team outing in Bangalore and team-building activities with its adventurous and thrilling escape rooms.  

2. CUBBON PARK  

As Bangalore is known as the “Garden City,” it’s a must to visit the famous Cubbon Park, which covers an area of around 100 acres. 

It is home to more than 6,000 trees which support a diverse ecosystem. In addition to being a sightseeing destination, some of the significant structures of the city, such as the Atara Kacheri, Cubbon Park Museum, and Seshadri Iyer Memorial Park, are also situated here. 

This park is perfect for some alone time and even for a date. You will have a good time in this park amongst nature and have memorable days.  

3. NANDI HILLS 

Nandi Hills also called Nandi Durg. The rivers North Palar, South Pennar, Chitravathi, Arkavathi, and Papagni, take birth at Nandi Hills. Ancient temples dedicated to Lord Shiva are located in the Hills, namely Yoga Nandeeshwara Temple and Sri Bhoga Nandishwara Gudi, Sri Gavi Veerabhadraswami Gudi. 

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All the infrastructures are built using pure teakwood, carved into gorgeous Indo-Islamic architecture, one of the unique features. If you love history and want to see what record your city holds, go to this Palace, and you will not be disappointed.    

5. LAL BAGH BOTANICAL GARDEN 

Lal Bagh is the most admired botanic garden in India. It has an unusual glass house that hosts two annual flower shows, which fall on 15 August, Independence Day, and 26 January, Republic Day. If you adore nature, then this place is perfect for you. The botanical garden is an excellent place to unwind and relax among the trees and wildlife.  

The Lalbagh Botanical Garden has a stunning lake and houses India’s most extensive collection of unusual tropical plants. Besides, it attracts bird species like Myna, Crows, Parakeets, Pond Heron, Brahminy Kites, Purple Moorhens, Common Egrets, etc.  

6. VIDHANA SOUDHA 

This was built in 1956; Vidhana Soudha of Bangalore defines Dravidian architecture. It was built as a tribute to Indian temple architecture. 

Vidhana Soudha counts among the most impressive and magnificent buildings in Bangalore, India. It is mainly famous for housing the Legislative Chambers of the state government. The three hundred rooms of Vidhana Soudha accommodate approximately twenty-two state government departments.  

The architecture includes styles from the medieval Chalukya, Hoysala, and Vijayanagara empires of Karnataka. One of the best times to see this stunning architecture is around 6 pm to 8 pm, when it is decorated with lights.  

7.  BENGALURU PALACE 

Bangalore Palace is a royal area located in Bangalore, Karnataka, India, on a site owned by Rev. J. Garrett. He was the first principal of the Central High School in Bangalore, now known as Central College. The commencement of this Palace construction is attributed to him. 

The Palace is built in the Tudor Revival style of architecture, complete with turrets, battlements, a ballroom, and fortified towers. It is a two-level palace with Roman arches marking the entrance. 

Conclusion 

These are the top 7 places to visit in Bangalore to have fun, know history, unwind with nature, and just have fun.