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Exploring Bengaluru

Situated on the unique Mysore Plateau with swaying coconut trees and freshwater lakes, Bengaluru, which is more commonly known as Bangalore, is the third largest city in India, with a population of over eight million people. Once known as the ‘Garden City of India’, Bengaluru is now the IT capital of India and is also known as the ‘Silicon Valley of India’. It is also a major cultural hub as well as being an economic one, and although Bengaluru is not a major tourist centre there is plenty to see and do here.

Bengaluru and its metropolitan area are massive, consisting of several districts, each with their own charm. Major landmarks in the city include the beautiful Bangalore Palace, Tipu Sultan's Palace, the iconic Shiva Temple and the ancient Dakshina Mukhy Nandeeshwara Temple. The city’s lakes offer visitors a pleasant and peaceful experience, while Gandhi Bazaar is the best place to shop for saris, bangles and other Indian souvenirs.

Accommodations in Bengaluru

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Bengaluru is the Tranquil Serviced Apartments, which has been booked 5 times from our verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Palm Meadows Club in Bengaluru as it has been reserved 5 times.

If you are thinking about staying in luxury accommodations with amazing services and facilities, check out the following options: St Mark's Hotel and The Elanza Hotel.

Sightseeing in Bengaluru

- Lalbagh Botanical Gardens

Translating roughly as the Red Garden, Lalbagh Botanical Gardens offers a radiance enjoyed by travellers and city dwellers alike. Laid right across the Mavalli district of Bengaluru, this colourful landscape is home to the famous Lalbagh Glass House, which lies right in the heart of the green sprawl. Inspired by London’s Crystal Palace, the striking design was originally used to house exotic flowers unaccustomed to the Indian climate, but now accommodates the occasional flower show. Guided tours are available but for a relaxing afternoon in the sun, a leisurely stroll, a good book, and a picnic might be just the ticket.

- Cubbon Park

Like the world-famous parks that decorate London, Cubbon Park is billed as a ‘lung’ area of the metropolis and can be found at the core of the main business district. A 15-minute walk from Sir M Visvesvaraya Metro Station, the park is an ideal spot for taking in some gorgeous greenery during your visit. Cubbon – named after 19th-century British commissioner Sir Mark Cubbon – is great for keeping in shape with a memorable run or brisk walk, or simply moseying through some pretty scenery. You can enter via M.G. Road, Hudson Circle, Kasturba Road, and Ambedkar Veedhi Road. The attractive State Central Library sits adjacent to the park.

Transportation in Bengaluru

Bengaluru is served by Bengaluru International Airport, which is 40 kilometres from the city centre. Buses run from the airport into the city, and both post- and pre-paid taxis are also available. Inner-city buses are extremely frequent and run both within the city as well as to its suburbs. Vajra buses are the most comfortable, with signs in both English and Kannada, and are the most popular among visitors.

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