Explore The Places In Bangalore: The Garden City Of India! 

Written By

Gopika VC

Bangalore is one of India's most famous and busy urban centers. Also known to as the Pub Capital of India and the Air-Conditioned City due to its remarkable climate throughout the year.

Bannerghatta National Park, located a few kilometers outside of Bangalore, is an important element of the city's exploration.

Bannerghatta National Park

Bangalore's Lal Bagh Botanical Garden is a nationally and internationally known center for botanical art, scientific study of plants, and conservation of flora.

Lal Bagh Botanical Garden

Nandi Hills, one of Bangalore's most prominent viewpoints, is one of the city's most popular tourist destinations for couples.

Nandi Hills

Innovative Film City is an entertainment venue located near Bidali on the highway between Bangalore and Mysore. Film City is an amazing experience.

Innovative Film City

Built by Chamaraja Wodeyar in 1887, Bangalore Palace was inspired by England's Windsor Castle and is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Bangalore.

Bangalore Palace

Skandagiri, a hill town close to Bangalore, offers the option to trek and explore the hills at night under the moon's illumination.


The Tipu Sultan Fort is one of the most enthralling tourist attractions in Bangalore, since it exemplifies the artistic prowess that once flourished.

Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace

This lane near Lal Bagh at Sajjan Rao circle in Bangalore is known as Thindi Beedi, Chaat Road/Street, VV Puram. These streets serve vegetarian meals from across India.

Vv Puram Food Street

Ramanagara is an attractive location where the legendary Bollywood film Sholay was filmed. Ramgarh is also well-known as the city of silk and the land of seven hills.


By taking a Microlight Flying ride at Jakkur, you may obtain a aerial view of the many locations in Bangalore.

Microlight Flying at Jakkur

ISKCON Temple, located in the Rajajinagar district of Bangalore, is one of the most revered Lord Krishna-dedicated temples in India.

Iskcon Temple Bangalore

This location is a hidden gem abundant in vegetation and waterfalls. Kanakapura is abundant in vegetation and fauna.


The Bull Temple, also known as the Nandi Temple, is among the oldest temples in Bengaluru. Locals usually refer to the temple as "Dodda Basavana Gudi."

Big Bull Temple

Devanahalli fort is unique among India's forts due to its construction and history of several conflicts fought. Devanahalli Fort, 35 km north-east of Bangalore

Devanahalli Fort

Bangalore adorns the magnificent Bangalore Fort, popularly known as Tipu Sultan's fort, which bears witness to the humorous past of the Kingdom of Mysore

Bangalore Fort