Mysore: Best Places To Visit In South India's City Of Palaces!

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Gopika VC

Heritage, culture, and festive seasons define this South Indian metropolis. These places will show you Mysore.

Tourists call this the "world's best terrace garden." The place's stunning views and atmosphere make it worth visiting.

Brindavan Gardens

This structure has Indo-Saracenic architecture. The palace is stunning and magnificent. Locals call the castle Amba Vilas Palace.

Mysore Palace

The Mysore royal family lived in this palace while the Mysore palace was renovated.

Jaganmohan Palace Art Gallery and Auditorium

One of Mysore's tourist-drawing lakes. The lake is extremely popular among nature lovers. Lakeside is a national park and an aviary.

Karanji Lake

The Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary is a must-see for anyone who is interested in the different kinds of birds in South India.

Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary

The park located between Tamil Nadu's Nilgiri Mountains and the Mysore Plateau. National park is 640 sq km.

Nagarahole National Park

Apart from legacy, culture, and customs, you can also visit this area for literature, music, drama, craft, etc. 1968 is the year the museum opened.

Folklore Museum Mysore

This palace lies in Mysore's Chamundi Hills. The palace's historic ambience and uncompromising luxury helped turn it into a heritage hotel.

Lalitha Mahal

Heritage town in Mysore. On Kavery's bank stands the village. The village is 45km from Mysore.


Chamundi Hills are 13km east of Mysore. Despite the name, this is not a spot to experience Mysore's natural beauty. Hills are famous for pilgrimage.

Chamundi Hills

Mysore's Railway Museum opened in 1979. This is India's second railway museum, after New Delhi.

Railway Museum

Monsoon is the greatest time to visit waterfalls. People visit waterfalls to take photos and enjoy its natural beauty.

Shivanasamudra Falls

The park's location near the Western Ghats is spectacular. National park situated on Mysore Ooty Highway.

Bandipur National Park