The best place to relax- Bangalore

Introduction

The capital city of Karnataka, Bangalore, or Bengaluru is known as the hub of the technology industry. However and is also a must-see for tourists. The cities bustling green spaces are the primary reason that tourists come to Bangalore. Other reasons for visitors to take a trip to Bangalore are the vibrant entertainment, delicious food choices, numerous shopping locations, and an endless array of adventure options. 

Without further delay, we’ll dive right into the amazing things of interest that are organized.

There are a lot of places to go located in Garden City, but these are the ones you should not avoid:

Cubbon Park:

A refreshing change from Bangalore’s bustling metropolis, Cubbon Park is. The park covers 300 acres and is a great option for a fun day out with your children or a stroll in peace with that special person. It is a paradise of peace and greenery. With more than 6000 trees and plants, which cover more than 100 species, it’s also a great resource for biodiversity.

There is no entry fee

Time: From the morning to the evening

Dr. B.R. Bhim Station Old or older Development refers to the sequence Subway Stations are the closest bus stops as well as metro stations (75 meters).

People aslo do Gokarna Beach Trek and Camping, which is popular between Young generation.

Bangalore’s Lalbagh Botanical Garden:

The Mysorean King Hyder Ali, who was in charge at the time, commanded the creation of a 40-acre parcel of land for a magnificent garden for royalty in 1760 the time when Lalbagh Botanical Garden first appeared. The garden you are seeing today is the result of years of constant development and construction by Humayun and the British and the other local dictators. The people love it as it gives them an escape from the busy life Bangalore is famous for.

Entry fee of $10

Timings: 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM

Lalbagh is the nearest bus station and subway stop (220 meters)

Bangalore’s Bannerghatta National Park:

Bengaluru is home to a variety of IT industry animals, but the area around it is where the wild animals are likely to be. There is a great look at the fascinating wildlife in Greenbelt National Park, which is located in the outer reaches of the city. The animals that can be observed here are tigers, wolves, leopards as well as multiple-input wild boars.

Entrance Fees: 20-30 (Butterfly Park), 40-80 (Zoo), and 150-280 (Safari)

Timings: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Safari Adventures Bus Stand offers the closest rail line as well as a bus stop (180 meters)

Bangalore’s Bilikal Rangaswamy Betta:

Two of the top areas for trekking located in this region are Bilikal Rangaswamy Betta. It is located 70 kilometers from south Bangalore. The hill, which is about 3780 feet in height and covered with dense vegetation, is home to Lord Shiva’s sanctuary. Swamy. It also provides customers with Swamy. These forests are the home of large wild animals, such as elephants. And the view from the summit is beautiful as it gets!

No entry cost

Time: From dawn till dusk.

Kanakapura KSRTC Bus Stand is the nearest metro station and bus station (16.4 km)

Bangalore’s Freedom Park:

Independence Park, Bangalore’s answer to City’s Hyde Park, is situated in the same spot in the same area as Central Jail and spans a 21-acre space. The tower used to keep watch over inmates can be found in the middle of the park and offers a peek into its history. The other attractions in the park include the Fountain, Jail Museum, Sculpture Court, Book Museum as well as the People Courtyard.

There is no entry fee

Timings are 5 AM until 8:30 AM and 4 pm to 8 pm are the hours.

Majestic, Kempegowda Stn. is the next subway station (2.1 km)

Sculptures, Bangalore: Palace in Bangalore

Bangalore Palace, which was built in the second decade of the 19th century offers a glimpse into the riches of the earlier monarchs. The architecture of the palace is similar to castles of the medieval period built throughout Northern France and England. International Heavy Metal bands also frequently perform in the vast park that is in front of the structure.

Entrance Fee: 230

Timings: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Cubbon Park Metro Station (3.2 miles) along with Forum Downtown Apartment Bus Stand are the nearest metro stations as well as a bus stop (800 meters)

Fort Bangalore:

An important historical landmark is visible in Bangalore. Kempe Gowda I began building the fort in 1537 and Tipu Sultan added improvements to the fort’s design during the 18th century. Beautiful paintings and murals are located in Tharagupet.

Indians paid the admission fee of $5. non-Indians paid $100.

Timings: 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM

KR Market Bus Stop is the nearest metro station and bus stop (150 meters)