Bangalore’s various tourist attractions make this capital of Karnataka one of the most experienced in South India. This city of Silicon Valley is a brilliant combination of many kinds, including adventure, architecture, recreation in the outskirts, and the city’s vast nightlife. Some of these enjoyable stays to relax after a busy work week are a one-hour drive from the city, making planning a trip more convenient.
Lal Bagh Botanical Garden
Lalbagh is one of India’s most ancient botanical gardens and is also an important tourist site in South India. Located in the south of Bengaluru, the Lalbagh Botanical Garden, with its planned routes, its glasshouses, and its ornamental florals, is not just one of the biggest botanical gardens in India, but also the first of its kind to grow. The garden itself extends over 240 acres and the famous ruler Hyder Ali ordered its construction. Finally, his son, Tipu Sultan, crafted the gardens in the splendid Sira’s gardens in Tumkur, Karnataka district.
Brigade road, which is regarded as a shopping paradise for urban inhabitants, lies at the junction of MG road and residency road. There are many independent shops, individual retailers, and department stores selling virtually everything that is needed to make Bangalore one of the best sights. These commercial centers also contain myriad global brand stores and almost every year was a hub for the New Year’s celebration. The place has plenty of parking and countless branded and unbranded outlets.
The palace shows the luxuriance and splendor that ruled India’s most robust dynasties. Renowned for its rich architecture and fun activities, several visitors visit the Palace every day. The colossal Palace features massive courtyards, luminous interiors, royal grounds, wonderful spiral staircases, stately towers, and a luxuriant garden with its fine and fantastic appearance. If you love classical architecture and art, you would enjoy it first-hand in this Palace. In its enclave, there is also an amusement park for many younger visitors. The palace, being a private home to the Wodeyar family, offers a linear view of the ancient royal life. There are a host of ancient real artifacts, hunting trophies, paraphernalia, and family photos. The palace contains some of the most famous 19th-century paintings including works by one of the best-known artists of India, Raja Ravi Verma. Often there are concerts and festivals at the palace grounds. The palace is graced with its talent and presence by renowned artists like Enrique and Guns N’ Roses. Therefore, the Palace combines royal history’s wealth and luxury with vibrancy.
Bangalore’s Wonderla Waterpark is undoubtedly the best in town. It is a haven for people who are looking to escape the worldly ability of daily life and offers a series of trips that make their adrenaline sick. It’s famous for its thrilling rides, but other relaxing stalls attract people of all ages making it an all-inclusive location. It is on the outskirts of Bangalore and so it may be difficult but not impossible to reach the place if you are a temporary wanderer. Indeed, the Bangalore connectivity made it even easier to reach. There are over sixty exhilarating rides in the water park/amusement park.
The Nation’s Temple was called “Vidhana Soudha,” which is the name given to the State Legislature by the Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru in Bangalores along with the Karnataka Secretariat. It is also the largest legislative building in the country, as well as being one of Bangalore’s top tourist destinations. Vidhana Soudha was designed and built by Kengal Hanumanthaiah, then the chief minister of Mysore and Nehru laid down its foundation on 13 July 1951. The iconic design was then finished in 1956 with a total cost of nearly INR 1,84 crore. Vidhana Soudha is also known popularly as the ‘South Indian Taj Mahal,’ featuring four different entries in every four directions and four floors, with an additional floor below ground level. Currently, the structure is 150 feet high and boasts an opulent neo-Dravidian design. In addition, it includes several elements from Indo-Saracenic, Dravidian, and Rajasthani designs. This stunning white building spreads over 60 acres and boasts numerous carved pillars, pediments, bases, arches, and cornices which add to its enormous beauty. The building has four different floors and an East Side porch with twelve large granite columns. The central dome of the building is also supported by eight pillars, the four-headed lion’s crown, the country’s national emblem. Vidhana Soudha also has nearly 300 rooms, accommodating some 22 different State Government departments. Henceforth the Karnataka Government adjacent to it has built its replica, known as the Vikasa Soudha, as a Secretariat Block.