Bangalore TOP Tourist Attractions

Bangalore TOP Tourist Attractions





This is one of the most important structures and Identity of Bangalore. VIDHANA SOUDHA is the  landmarks of Bengaluru,is the seat of the state legislature of Karnataka. The largest Legislative building of India.  Sri Kengal Hanumanthaiah, the Chief Minister of Mysore from 1951 to 1956. His the construction of the “Vidhan Soudha”, “Government’s Work is God’s Work” written on the top of the main entrance of Vidhana Soudha. The entry to the building has been restricted due to security reason but one can take a prior permission or an entry pass in order to go inside. It is located at Dr. Ambedkar Road, Sampangiram Nagar opposite the magnificent Red Karnataka High Court Building.The Bangalore tourists place most seen-able place.

   Venkatappa  Art  Gallery



K. Venkatappa (1886–1965) was a famous Artist, sculptor and an exponent of veena. He was best known for his watercolors, with sensible realism. His Ootacamund watercolors reflect his independent vision.

In 1974,The Government of Karnataka started an Art gallery in his name for exhibiting his works called the Venkatappa Art Gallery also referred to as the VAG. At VAG his watercolors and plaster bas reliefs are displayed along side other spaces meant for use by other artists as gallery spaces.Art and Painting lovers must-visit the Venkatappa Art Gallery,it is one of the entertainment place in Bangalore Tourism, is located at Kasturba Rd, Ambedkar Veedhi, Sampangi Rama Nagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560001

 UB city shopping mall



The mall is one of the luxury malls in India. . It is the most sought after destinations for Bangalore tourists places as well as locals. The mall is a two storey structure, and it houses some of the biggest luxury brands. Bangalore, U B City Mall has won Bloomberg Asia Pacific Commercial Property Award, 2010 in the category of the architecture award for leisure & hospitality in India. It is also recipient of CNBC Asia Pacific Commercial Property Awards, 2009.It is located at  Vittal Mallya Road, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560001


 Iskcon Temple

ISKCON  temple is one of the Sri Radha Krishna Temple,  Sri Sri Radha Krishnachandra, Sri Sri Krishna Balarama, Sri Srinivasa Govinda, Sri Sri Nitai Gauranga and Sri Prahlada Narasimha statues in the temple, its attracts devotees or tourists from all over the world .A gold-plated pillar  is located at the entrance of the temple.There are 108 steps on each side of the mantapa and at every single step devotees chant the Hare Krishna mantra once.Visitors can watch an episode of the Little Krishna Animation Movie (around 20 min. duration) in the Animation theatre, at the exit of the temple. The temple is open all days, entry is free.A guest house is located inside the temple premises.It is a most famous and best visiting place of Bangalore tourists.

Lalbagh  Garden

 The Lalbagh garden in Bangalore hosts beautiful flower shows ,  flower shows are organized at the Lalbagh Botanical Garden on Independence Day and Republic day, Lalbagh Botanical Garden also has a glass house,the annual flower show is carried in the glass house. There is flower clock inside the garden that works on the electronic quartz mechanism.There is a oldest rocks in the world a small monument constructed on this rock  has won the recognition of National Geological Monument. And it is home to the oldest rocks. A Lotus lake inside the garden apart from huge the Lalbagh Lake. There are many events that take place over the year at Lalbagh that makes this garden a priority for Bangalore tourists. This garden is a full package of entertainment and knowledge.

Vishweshwaraiah Industrial and Technological  Museum 

Visvesvaraya Industrial and Technological Museum  (VITM),The museum was set up in 1962 and it was handed over to the council of scientific and industrial research (CSIR) Government of INDIA. It is named after, the memory of Bharat Ratna Sir M. Visvesvaraya. It  was opened by the first Prime Minister of India, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru on 14.07.1962.The Union Minister for Information & Broadcasting & Bharat Ratna Indira Gandhi was opened to the public on 27.07.1965. The first gallery set up at VITM on the theme ‘Electricity”. VITM has Mobile Science Exhibition with 24 participatory exhibits mounted on a bus.They are 7 permanent exhibition galleries in VITM they are Electrotechnic,Fun Science, Space – Emerging Technology in the Service of Mankind, Biotechnological Revolution,Engine Hall, BEL Hall of Electronics and Children Science. VITM organises several education extension activities to supplement science education in the schools like Science Demonstration Lectures, Popular Science Lectures, Sky Observation Programmes, Hobby Centres, Teachers Training Programmes etc., for the benefit of students and new programmes like Science Fairs, Science Seminars, Planetarium Programmes, Science Drama Festival, Story Telling and Special programs in commemoration of achievements in science and technology. Totaly VITM is a fun,entertainment,knowledge and the best place to the Bangalore tourist.

 Cubbon  Park

Cubbon Park is a public park with many Government organizations, associations and clubs in its locale. The gardens of Vidhana Soudha and Raj Bhavan, with the latest addition of the LRDE – Musical fountain, are integral parts of the development, conservation and maintenance of Cubbon Park. The Cubbon Park, also known as Sri. Chamarajendra Park, is an historic park, located in the heart of city in the Central Administrative Area. Many official and public buildings are located within and along the periphery of the park. The High Court Buildings, Indira Priyadarshini Children’s Library, City Central Library, Government Museum, Art Gallery, Aquarium, YMCA, Yuvanika- the State Youth Centre, Century Club, Press Club, Jawahar BalBhavan, Tennis Pavillion and a number of other offices are located in the park, Cubbon Park stands adorned with trees, flowerbeds and rolling lawns. For those who are looking for some moments of peace and solitude in Bangalore,The beauty of the park is such that after visiting it, people have started calling Bangalore, the ‘Garden City’ of India.

Bull Temple



The “Bull Temple” also called as Nandi temple, bull(Nandi,Cow) is the mount of lord shiva, the temple has a giant bull is located at Basavagudi in Bangalore. In Kannada Basava meance ‘bull’ and Gudi meance’ temple’ so its called as Basavanagudi. The 16th century’s temple,the oldest temple in Bangalore built by Kempe Gowda,A single granite block.The Bangalore one of the famous fair Kadalekayi Parishe(Groundnuts) heald on Nov/Dec every year, near by the temple the Farmers offer the first groundnuts to the sacred bull.

 Tipu palace fort




Tippu sultan was a ruler of the Kingdom of Mysore. he also called  as the Tiger of Mysore, Kempe Gowda was initially built the Tipu Sultan Fort.later it was extended by Tipu Sultan, the Emperor of Mysore. the  beautiful gardens which lead to its main entrance of the palace The structure was built entirely of teakwood,it was the summer residence of the Mysorean ruler Tipu Sultan.It is  located at the Kalasipalyam bus stand as a tourist spot.

Bannerghatta National Park


The Bannerghatta Biological Park, is also known as BBP, has been an integral part of Bannerghatta National Park and emerged out as an independent establishment during the year 2002.The most famous tourist place around bangalore. bannergatta national park has houses bisons, lions, elephants, panthers, etc.In this park the wild animals are in their natural habitat, museum & a Butterfly Park is main attractions of this park. The distance between from Bangalore to Bannergatta Natioanal Park is approximately 21 km. the park has wildlife tourism activities and the most popular Wildlife Tourism around Bangalore.

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