|Places in Bangalore I loved the most|
Bangalore is known to be the IT hub and Silicon city which is also one of the favorite spot for tourists and travelers from all across the world.
Today I will be writing about one of the busy city of South India and the capital of Karnataka- Bangalore. I visited Bangalore few months back. The climate is Mediterranean type and the people are very friendly and energetic to help others.
I took flight from and thankfully got direct flight to Bangalore. Flight reached Bangalore City in 2hour 45 minutes. Thank you, GoAir for making my travel comfortable.
When my flight arrived in Bangalore airport I booked OLA cab. Within 5 minutes cab arrived. Thank you hubby for booking my rooms in advance at Vivanta by Taj. I had peaceful and relaxing stay.
In Bangalore I visited many beautiful places.
The various places which are great attraction and tourist spot in Bangalore are:
VidanaSoudhawhich was built in 1954, VidanaSoudhaand is a landmark of Bangalore. This enormous building is a massive example of neo-Dravidian architecture, with four domes on its four corners. The historical events and the Dravidian kings and glory can be predicted from the huge dome.
Attara Kacheri (High Court) and Surroundings is the two-storied building, built in 1867 under the reign of Tipu Sultan, is painted in red with Corinthian columns in Gothic style architecture. It's located at the entrance to Cubbon Park, and houses the High Court and many lower courts.
Lalbagh Botanical Garden enchanting garden is set on 240 acres with a rare collection of tropical and sub-tropical trees and plants, and a majestic glasshouse built on the lines of London's Crystal Palace. The garden was made in the 17th century -- started by Hyder Ali, and later completed by his son Tipu Sultan. It derives its name "LalBagh" from a collection of red roses that bloom throughout the year there. The glasshouse, which was constructed in the year 1889 to commemorate the visit of the Prince of Wales, is the jewel of this garden.
Cubbon Park located in the heart of Bangalore city, set on a 300 acre area, Cubbon Park is a great place to laze around in the lush green paradise. It has a treasure of different species of exotic plants. The park was named after the erstwhile Commissioner of Bangalore, Sir Mark Cubbon. Many ornamental and flowering trees, both exotic and indigenous, can be found in the park. It's a popular place for walkers, joggers, and nature lovers. BalBhavan in the park is a great place for the kids to enjoy. An aquarium is also located in Cubbon Park, with many varieties of exotic and ornamental fish.
Bangalore Palace Built in 1887 by Chamaraja Wodeyar, Bangalore Palace is inspired by England's Windsor Castle. This beautiful palace has Tudor style architecture, with fortified towers, arches, green lawns, and elegant woodcarvings in its interiors.