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Vidhan Soudha, BangaloreBangalore was the cynosure of all eyes across the world since 1996 when it hosted the pageant for Miss World. Although, in recent years it has grown to the status of India's premier industrial center. Embellished green (it's specialty), with the appellation of "Garden City", Bangalore still lives itself to the epithet in green joy. Lying 1000 mts above the sea level, it has pleasant and cool climate- almost perpetual and picnic weather. Termed recently as 'Bengluru', travel to Bangalore for the number of pubs and jazzy discotheques it has. There are many pubs at MG Road and Brigade Roads, each with its own special ambience, are the favourite haunts of both the 'young' and not so young. There is a great specialty at the center of the city as it is dotted with beautifully laid out, well maintained parks and gardens, tree-lined avenues and shopping malls. Bangalore invites travellers for a perfect sightseeing tour and we are there to make you friendly to this 400 years old city and one of the most frequented travelling destinations in India.

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Travel Attractions in Bangalore

Vidhan Souda
Set out for your rubber-necking trip aiming to kibosh at Vidhan Soudha first. The four storeyed State Legislature and Secretariat lies on the northern side of Cubbon Park constructed in 1956. Vidhan Soudha is the city's most spectacular modern building with traces of Neo-Dravidian style, its largest central dome is crowned by a replica of India's national emblem- the Sarnath Lion capital of emperor Ashoka. Its cabinet room is famous for massive doors made up of pure sandal wood. If you happen to cris- cross this splendorous pride of Bangalore during evening the lights will emblazon your vision with its extra-ordinary lightings. You can never afford to miss this place while you travel to Bangalore.

Lal Bagh
After this enchanting rendezvous travel to Lal Bagh amidst the green vistas of Bangalore. Travelling in Bangalore is extremely refreshing as you would not know the feel of hectic roads, thanks to lay-out of this city in which you move between the lakes and parks. A large gate welcomes you to India's best botanical garden, the 96 hectare garden. It was laid out in 1760 by Hyder Ali. An extra-ordinary botanical garden, you can count upto as many as trees you want, all dating back to centuries.

Bull Temple
After Lal Bagh bound-off to Bull Temple which is just few kilometers away from Lal Bagh. Bull Temple was constructed by Kempe Gowda. The big black glimmering statue of Nandi (Shiva's mount, the bull)stands atop the shrine. Just beneath it is situated the small Lingam appealing tourists quiet gracefully. Every year in the month of November and December a large groundnut fair is held just after groundnut harvest is over.

Tipu's Palace
In proximity to Gangadhareshwara Temple there is yet another magnificent sightseeing attraction and that is Tipu's Palace. Not that far away and easily accessible this was built in 1791. This beautiful two-storeyed ornate wooden structure with exquisitely carved pillars, arches and balconies was one of Tipu's favourite summer retreats.

Cubbon Park
Lal Bagh, BangaloreIt is one of the biggest travel attractions in the city. A Walking tour of Cubbon Park is like walking in a street laid out with carpets of flowers. The most important area to be seen at Cubbon park is its additional building and cultural treasure house. During the morning time you will come across many who are jogging and walking all over the park. Also in the Cubbon Park are the Seshadri Iyer Memorial Hall, which houses the public library, the High Court and the Jawahar Bal Bhavan. The Bhavan, with its toy train, fairgrounds and theater, is a recreational, hobby and educational centre for children.

Bangalore Fort
Constructed by Kempe Gowda and expanded by Tippu Sultan, the Bangalore Fort quietly preserves a relic of 16th century sanctum called as Ganapathi Temple. A major travel attraction, it is ensconced within 400 acres of space is a splendour of Bangalore chiseled to perfection by Wodeyar King in 1887. This palace was constructed on the inspiration base of Tudor style, replete with Gothic windows.
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Bull Temple
The splendour is not enough to wet your sightseeing spirits because you have a pleasant surprise waiting at Government Museums. The Government Museum is a bonsai Bangalore history preserved in the captivity of the museum, an oldest one in India. Visveswaraya Industrial and Technological Museum is most fascinating attraction of the place. A special tour attraction here are the antiquities from Mohenjodaro period.

ISKCON
From the museum, travel all the way to ISKCON Temple, India's one of finest Krishna Consciousness center. The temple is a behemothic construction on hilltop area. Tourists can shop for good books and other puja commodities.

Shopping In Bangalore

A shopping tour in Bangalore is entirely enthralling. From drapes to pubs to discotheque will leave you wanting more. Brimmed over by fashionistas, Bangalore is floored with number of shopping stops where you can bid in for buying fashion accessories. For apparel shopping move to places like ffolio, Scandals, Kingfisher, Shoppers Stop, Cotton Places and Fab India. If jeweleries are your choice, the streets of Bangalore are accurate places. Brigade Road is famous for electronic items, Majestic Area is one place that is all popular for bargaining goods and accessories, the Burma Market is one joint where you can lay your hands on imported perfumes and electronic goods.

Eating Out In Bangalore

Yes if you want to taste some of the best food then Bangalore is the best place. Bangalore offers wide range of cuisines. If you want to taste idlis and sambhar with different flavour each time you have it. The Peacock , Tycoons, Manhattans, Madison Square, The Regency, Shezwan serve the best in terms of food. Many others like Karavali, Coconut Grove and Bankura, Mavalli Tiffin Room, Woodlands, Kamat Hotel, Sukh Sagar Food Complex are meant to appetise your taste buds.

Bangalore Travel (Air/Rail/Road) Information

HAL A irport, Bangalore's international airport, is located at a distance of just 6 km from the city centre. Almost 70 international and domestic flights land and take off from this busy airport. The airport has connecting flights to all the major destinations of India. Once in India, travellers can also reach Bangalore by railways; the City Railway Station is main railhead in the city. Bangalore has direction connections with Chennai and Mumbai through National Highways.

Tourist Preferred Hotels in Bangalore

Being the capital city of Karnataka, Bangalore offers a wide range of hotels for travellers. You can choose from a wide range of deluxe and budget hotels in Bangalore. Some famous Bangalore hotels are as follows.
» Hotel Grand Ashok
» Taj Residency
» The Park Hotel
» Hotel Le Meridien
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