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Bangalore Travel Packages
Ooty & Mysore with Bangalore (Online Only) | 5 Days 4 Nights

Ooty & Mysore with Bangalore (Online Only)

5 Days 4 Nights

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Holiday in Bangalore | 4 Days 3 Nights

Holiday in Bangalore

4 Days 3 Nights

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A Unique Karnataka | 5 Days 4 Nights

A Unique Karnataka

5 Days 4 Nights

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Fascinating South | 5 Days 4 Nights

Fascinating South

5 Days 4 Nights

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Magical South with Mysore, Ooty and Kodaikanal (Online Only) | 7 Days 6 Nights

Magical South with Mysore, Ooty and Kodaikanal (Online Only)

7 Days 6 Nights

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Things to Do in Bangalore

  • Lalbagh Botanical Garden

    The Lalbagh Botanical Garden spread across 40 acres was built in 1760 by Hyder Ali, one of the most famous rulers of old Mysore and the father of Tipu Sultan. The garden was to begin with designed in Mughal style, but was later also developed under the influence of Tipu Sultan and then the British. The garden saw an extension of area and now covers 240 acres of land.

    The lush garden is renowned internationally for horticulture studies and for its well-maintained treasure trove of plant species. Today, the garden has about 1,854 species of plants. It is a beautiful public space for healthy recreation bringing people close to nature. Lalbagh has well-laid out roads, paths, seating spaces and of course plants.

    The centre stage of Lalbagh is the charming Glass House that was made for acclimatizing the exotic species. It also holds the famous biannual flower shows in January and August.

    Travel Info: The garden is easily accessible by car or you can take a bus going towards Jayanagar. It is located about 4 kilometres from the State Legislature or the Vidhana Soudha.

  • Shree Surya Narayan Swamy Temple

    One of the rare Sun God temples in the world, Shree Surya Narayan Swamy Temple was constructed in the year 1995. The temple is a beautiful example of Chola style architecture in rock granite.

    The idol for the temple was brought from Badrinath and is about 3.3 feet in height. Below the deity are the images of Kashyapa and Aditi. You can see all gods that as you enter the courtyard. For instance, you will see Vaishnavi, Brahma, Nagaraja, Ugranarasimha, Saraswathi, Panchamukhi Ganesha, besides Surya and Adiseshasayi, showering their blessings on the devotees.

    The annual fair of Surya Narayana Swamy is held on Rathasaptami day when the 32-feet ratha (chariot) is brought out and devotees pull the chariot with dedication and pious fervor.

    The temple receives a large number of visitors every day, especially during fairs and festivals that are conducted on Magha Masa Sudha Trithiya.

    The temple is located in heart of the Bangalore just 4 kilometres from the old airport, and is easily accessible by road.

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How to Reach Bangalore

By Air

Bangalore is extremely well-connected by regular flights from Delhi, Mumbai and most other important cities in India and also has international carriers flowing in and out of the Bengaluru International Airport, which is located about 40 kilometres from the main city. A taxi from the airport would take about 45 minutes to reach the city.


By Bus

Bangalore is well-connected by a network of buses from cities like Goa, Mumbai, Pune, Coimbatore and Mangalore. The options range from regular buses to air-conditioned, Volvo and sleeper coaches. While some of the buses are run by Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation, there are also a number of private bus operators who run inter-city buses to and from Bangalore.


By Train

Bangalore has two important railway stations - Bengaluru City Railway Station and Yeswantpur Junction. Both railway stations have regular trains running from Delhi, Mumbai, Pune and other major cities. For travelling within Bangalore, there is Namma Metro (with limited connectivity), which is an intra-city rail network set up by the Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation.

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Best Time to Visit Bangalore

Bangalore is extremely well-connected by regular flights from Delhi, Mumbai and most other important cities in India and also has international carriers flowing in and out of the Bengaluru International Airport, which is located about 40 kilometres from the main city. A taxi from the airport would take about 45 minutes to reach the city.

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