Bangalore or Bengaluru, the capital city of Karnataka, is a melting point of cultural and ethnic backgrounds. Nowhere else in South India will you find such beautiful hangouts, warm people or such pleasant weather. Palaces, art galleries, cafes, theatre, pubs, parks, malls – Bangalore has it all. If you’ve already done your Mumbai to Bangalore flights booking, then all you need to do now is decide how many of these places below you’re going to visit in a day:
The Lalbagh Botanical Garden
The Lalbagh botanical garden, which literally means ‘the red garden’ is spread over 240 acres. This garden was created by a very famous ruler of old Mysore, Hyder Ali. The garden is a home to diverse tropical plants, aquarium and a lake. The main attraction the botanical garden is the glass house. This one has been modelled after London’s crystal place and is designed by John Cameron. The botanical garden hosts annual flower shows on two national occasions – one being republic day and the other is on Independence Day. This lush and expansive garden is an ideal place for the peace-seeking city dwellers and tourists alike. The garden is very picturesque making it a perfect location for all the photography enthusiasts. The garden is open to public every day from 6am to 7pm. Entry is free between 6 to 9 in the morning and 6 to 7 in the evening.
If you’re looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life, Nandi Hills or Nandidurg is the place to be. Located 60kms from the Bangalore city, a drive to Nandi is indeed very rejuvenating. The climate here is delightful, and it’s a favourite among both young and old people. The best time to visit Nandi is before sunrise. The view from the hill is mesmerising and is the best view of the sunrise in Bangalore.
Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium
For all the astronomy enthusiasts, Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium is the best place to be. The planetarium has these shows daily: ‘dawn of the space age’, ‘our solar system’ and ‘Mars-the red planet’. Apart from these daily shows, the planetarium hosts various workshops, lectures, exhibition for activities for both students and teachers. Arrangements of telescopes in the open area of planetarium are made for the public to use. The planetarium also hosts special workshops for the physically challenged students.
The Bannerghatta Biological Park
This National Park was established in 1971 in order to meet the demands of eco-tourism and conservation. Ever since, it has been home to a large variety of flora and fauna. Bannerghatta national park is located 22 km away from the Bangalore city and is spread over an area of 104 sq km. The park has various units like butterfly park, Children Park, the zoo, a safari and rescue centre. These units provide a unique learning experience for both adults and children. A wide range of wildlife – elephants, leopards, jackal, fox, sloth bear, spotted deer – are easily spotted here. For all the nature and photography enthusiasts, this national park is definitely a treat.
The city of Bangalore is popularly known as the garden city. Cubbon park- the lung space of the city is spread over 300 acres of land. The design of the park is aesthetically very appealing. The statutes of famous personalities and the rich flora found will amaze you. Cubbon Park does not only get the attention of tourists but also the residents of Bangalore. Nature lovers, botanists, peace lovers and fitness enthusiast frequently find their way to Cubbon Park. The park has other major attractions like the museum, library, tennis academy, toy train and the second largest aquarium in the country. It is home to more than 6000 trees.
Now, all there is left for you to do is to find an agent to do a Mumbai to Bangalore flights booking (which shouldn’t be hard at all). You can also buy a flight ticket directly at the airport counter and come to Bangalore for at least a day to see for yourself what the hype is all about.
Have some fun in the Bangalore style!
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