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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.
Of the two railway stations in the city, Bangalore City Railway Station is the main one. It connects major cities through meter gauge and broad gauge rail services.
One of the two stations in the city, this station is located in the city’s centre in proximity to MG Road. This railway station services all major cities including Chennai, Mumbai and New Delhi.
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.
Considered one of the best in the country, the Bangalore Racecourse nestles amidst 85 acres of greenery in the heart of the city. It has facilities like horse stables, training tracks, an equine swimming pool, a veterinary hospital and a riding school.
About 15 kms from the airport, Jayanagar is a self-contained residential area replete with cinema halls, shopping malls and restaurants.
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.
Located near Nehru Planetarium, it was founded in 1876, making it the second oldest golf course in India. Spanning over 60 acres, it is a par 71, 18-hole golf course, in a total distance of 6,650 yards. It is 3 km from M.G. Road and the Railway Station.
Built in 1887 by the Wodeyars, Bangalore Palace was inspired by Windsor Castle. Surrounded by 400 acres of Palace Grounds that host various functions, the Palace is famous for its carving and paintings, as well as its fortified towers and Gothic windows.