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It is one of the busiest roads in the city and is lined with upscale stores, restaurants, pubs, cafes and showrooms. It runs from Trinity Circle to Anil Kumble Circle at the other end. It has an eclectic mix of hotels, offices and old world shops.
A greenbelt on the outskirts of the city, Whitefield is home to the city’s International Tech Park - ITPB. ITPB also has a Tech Park Mall with a wide range of services and recreational facilities. The Satya Sai Baba ashram is also in the Whitefield area.
HAL is the domestic and international airport located about 14 kms from the city centre. It is serviced by all domestic and selective international airlines.
The legislative house of the state of Karnataka, the architecture of the building is based on Dravidian style with richly carved bases, Rajasthani jharokhas, chaithya arches and heavy pediments.
A popular venue for boating and shopping, this 125-acre long lake was made by Kempe Gowda II. Located northeast of MG Road, there is a large gurudwara adjacent to it as well as a public swimming pool.
In south Bangalore, Koramangala is intersected by major roads of the city. Along with commercial establishments like restaurants and shopping malls, many business houses have their offices in this area. It is about 10 kms from the airport.
Mainly a residential area in central Bangalore, Indira Nagar is minutes from the airport. The grand Someswara Temple is also in this area.
Bangalore International Airport is located in Devanahalli, Bangalore, and is approximately 34 km from M.G road, 45 km from the old H.A.L Airport, and 66 km from the Electronics City. Easy transport is available in BMTC buses, including some Volvo buses.
Bangalore City Railway Station is located in Majestic, approximately 5 km from M.G Road. An important junction, it has many trains connecting it to the rest of the country. Bangalores main bus stand, Majestic Bus Stand, is right opposite the station.