Bangalore is India's third-largest city, having developed steadily from being the Garden City to the Silicon Valley of India. For its good weather, beautiful parks and the many lakes here, Bangalore is cherished. Bangalore is renowned for its eateries, street food corners, quirky cafes, coffee roasters and pubs, serving cuisines from all over the world, dotting every corner of the city. Brunches, buffets, burgers, cafes on the rooftop, late-night meals-Bangalore has it all.
Here, for a cool and refreshing drink, one can choose to take a long walk through the beautiful Cubbon Park, shop in the many malls or street markets or hop into one of the many renowned breweries. In the city, there are a vast number of beautifully decorated parks that are suitable for a morning stroll or jogging. One stroll through the 300-acre Cubbon Park or the Lalbagh Botanical Gardens, and you'll know why Bangalore is so popularly known as the 'Garden City' of India.
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Bangalore Palace: The Magnificent Bangalore Palace, an epitome of great architecture and elegance, retains the spice of old regal opulence in it. The palace, which is currently the central attraction in Bangalore, was built in 1878. The British Guardians of Chamarajendra Wadiyar purchased the original property from the principal of Bangalore Central High School, Rev. J Garret, from his funds in 1873. The palace is unusually large and spread over 45,000 square feet.
The grand palace we see today has resulted in a blend of Tudor and Scottish Gothic architecture. The wooden construction of the palace, along with the exquisite carvings both inside and outside, demonstrates the royal culture in various ways. In addition to being a major tourist attraction, the palace hosts numerous cultural activities, rock shows, and weddings. As far as beliefs are concerned, King Chamarajendra Wadiyar drew his inspiration from London's Windsor Castle to create the palace.
The granite seats on the ground floor, decorated with fluorescent blue ceramic tiles, the Ballroom Fairy Tale, the paintings by the renowned painter Raja Ravi Varma, the vine-covered walls, and the Durbar Hall on the first floor all come together to form the Bangalore Palace.
A visit to the palace gives you an opportunity to experience the elegant and luxurious splendour of one of South India's most dominant dynasties. Within the Palace, an audio tape is available, both in Hindi and English, to help people with language difficulties understand their past better.
Spread over an area of 300 acres, Cubbon Park is a major sightseeing attraction rich in green foliage in the city of Bangalore. It is the city's green belt area and is an perfect location for nature lovers and those looking for a peaceful environment. Having been laid down by Lord Cubbon, the park in his honour is named after him. It is home to a vibrant ecosystem protected by more than 6,000 trees.
In addition to being a natural sightseeing destination, it is also home to some of the city's major structures, such as the Attara Kacheri, Cubbon Park Museum and Sheshadri Iyer Memorial Park. The Bangalore Aquarium, which is the second biggest aquarium in India, is another popular attraction in Cubbon Park.
Originally, Cubbon Park was spread over 100 acres, which was expanded to 300 acres later. Cubbon Park, first founded by Sri John Meade (acting Commissioner of Mysore) in the year 1870, has a long history. This park was conceived in honour of Sri John Meade by Major General Richard Sankey (Chief Engineer of the State). The park was originally named "Meade's Park" and later became known as Cubbon Park. It has been developed and expanded in several ways since the introduction of the park.
MG Road: MG Road, or Mahatma Gandhi Road, is one of the busiest roads in Bangalore and a centre for recreational and commercial activities in the area. MG Lane, swarming with people almost all the time, is a one-stop destination for a great shopping experience on weekends. Among other tempting products, pieces such as traditional handicrafts, silk, sarees, and cutlery and bone china sets are conveniently available here and a multitude of cafes and restaurants are at your disposal once you get tired of shopping and are looking for a fast bite to eat. MG Road nights call for parties and dances until you drop, and it also packs quite a few high-end bars. MG Lane, one of Bangalore's most popular shopping and entertainment hubs, is a must-visit when you are in the area.
During the pre-independence period, it was known as South Parade, but was renamed on 26 February 1948 as Mahatma Gandhi Road or MG Road. MG Road is best known today for its incredible shopping experience, restaurants, cafes and food outlets that offer delicious delicacies. MG Road runs east from Trinity Circle at one end toward Anil Kumble Circle at the other end, with its own metro station since 2011.
Today the avenue is all about fancy glass buildings combined with an old vibe displayed by few old-time structures once flocked with old buildings. Take a walk down the street and enjoy MG Road's vibrant atmosphere!
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Lalbagh Botanical Garden : Lal Bagh, a sanctuary for all nature lovers, occupies an area of 240 acres in the heart of the city and has almost 1,854 plant species. It was commissioned in 1760 by Hyder Ali and completed by Tipu Sultan, his uncle. The garden has rare plants of French, Persian and Afghani origin and has achieved the status of Botanical Garden of the Government.
A delight for photographers, this botanical garden also consists of the popular glass house where an annual flower display is held each year and where an aquarium and a lake are also housed. Lalbagh Botanical Garden has one of the largest collections of rare plants in the world, and Tipu Sultan brought imported trees and plants from countries all over the world and planted them here and today. In addition to being rich in foliage, a variety of birds such as Myna, Parakeets, Crows, Brahminy Kite, Pond Heron, Common Egret and Purple Moor Hen are also housed in this garden.
The Bannerghatta National Park is situated 22 km away from Bangalore and is a refuge for a great variety of flora and fauna. Spread over a vast area of approximately 104.27 sq. km. Inside its confines, the park itself has a variety of establishments, including the first butterfly park in the country as well.
The Bangalore Forest Division's ten Reserve Forests of Anekal Range, an aquarium, a zoo, Children's Park, Crocodile Farm, Snake Park and Prehistoric Animals' Park are other attractions here. What is more, by means of a jungle safari, which is a common activity to pursue here, you can get up close and personal with the wonderful wildlife here. The best aspect of Bannerghatta National Park is the small , well-defined animal zones that almost guarantee that the animals will be spotted.
Wonderla is said to be the best amusement park in the area, and attracts all those looking for an adrenaline rush. Although it is most popular for high-thrill dry rides, it also features some relaxed, enjoyable rides, offering every visitor something.
Wonderla is a great amusement + water park, featuring over 60 rides, located on the outskirts of Bangalore on the Mysore route. It's very known for its "High-thrill rides" series, one of the park 's key talking points. It also features a newly designed, first "reverse looping roller coaster" from India-a coaster that you do once straight and once in reverse order in both directions. The water park is also great, with a selection of slides that selection from fun to leisurely.
- On arrival Bangalore Railway Junction.
- Hotel Check In.
- Pick up from Bangalore Railway Junction and then transfer to the Hotel.
- Enjoy a lavish breakfast at Hotel.
- Then proceed to visit Bangalore major attractions such as Visvesvaraya Industrial and Technological Museum, Karnataka Chitrakala Parishath Art Gallery, Lalbagh Botanical Garden, Bannerghatta National Park, ISKCON Temple, Phoenix Marketcity Shopping Mall and Cubbon Park.
- Come back to Hotel.
- Overnight stay @ Hotel – Bangalore.
- On Second day, Enjoy a sumptuous breakfast and then Check out from Hotel.
- Then proceed to visit Bangalore major attractions such as Vidhana Soudha , Bangalore Palace, Tipu Sultan's Summer Palace., Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium Museum, Venkatappa Art Gallery/Government Museum, Devanahalli Fort. and National Gallery of Modern Art.
- Then transferred to the Railway junction, where you will depart for your destination with bags full of souvenirs and happy memories.
- Finally drop at Bangalore railway Junction.
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2.Double sharing Rooms
5.Royal Suite Rooms
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From Trip start to till end the Tour Guide will be take care
Local Speaking Guide - ( English,Tamil,Hindi,Telugu & Malayalam ) *
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Chennai to Chennai Transports*
All local vehicle transport