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Bangalore, popularly known as the ‘Garden City’ represents a rich cultural heritage of the past era combined with modern and high-tech facilities. Experience the amalgamation of both of them on your visit to Bangalore, the south Indian city. The friendly climatic scenario offers a pleasant stay condition that makes your journey a worthwhile one. Offering several amusement parks to heritage buildings, the city is a traveler’s paradise.

Top 20 Tours in Bangalore

1.Bangalore Palace

Built by Chamaraja Wodeyar in the year 1887, Bangalore Palace is an inspired design by England’s Windsor Castle and is one of the best tourist places in Bangalore. The evocative palace comprises fortified arches, towers, Tudor-style architecture, and green lawns along with sophisticated wood carvings in the interior. It is where the royal family still resides at the present. This Tudor-style architectural creation is nothing less than an epitome. The palace has earned foundations that have been attributed to the Wodeyars of Mysore.

2.Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace

Located in the most crowded market area, Tipu Sultan Fort ideally represents the artistic talent which thrived in the past and is among the most fascinating Bangalore tourist places. The ‘Rashk-e-Jannat’ is the summer heaven of the ruler of Mysore, Tipu Sultan. The ruler is largely celebrated for the heroics across the battlefield. With a large appetite for art and culture, the palace is a typical example of the architecture and features sturdy columns along with motifs. A perfect example of Indo-Islamic architecture, the palace is the perfect example of Indo-Islamic architecture.

3. Lal Bagh Botanical Gardens

This botanical garden is one of the most beautiful places to visit in Bangalore, and perhaps all of India. Built by Haider Ali, the garden was later modified by Tipu Sultan. The garden comprises a glass house which was inspired by the London Crystal Palace. Beautifully spread across a huge land of 240 acres, the garden has a large variety of 1800 species of plants, trees and herbs.

4. Nandi Hills

A perfect location to be one with nature, the hills are located 60kms away from the city. One the most popular viewpoint in Bangalore, Nandi Hills is one among the renowned places to visit in Bangalore for couples. With river Arkavathi and Palar originating from the hill area, it was later named after the famous Nandi Temple and was situated at the top of the hill. Situated at a height of 1478 above the sea level, it offers a pleasant climate.

5. Cubbon Park

Situated over a sprawling 300 acres of land, the park was constructed by Richard Sankey. This massive green park along with well-maintained lawns deserves a special mention. Offering statues of famous personalities, the park is one among the popular places to visit in Bangalore with friends.

6. National Gallery of Modern Art

The National Gallery for Modern Art, a collection of 500 paintings and a must visit for history lovers. Housing the works of popular artists including Rabindranath Tagore, Jamini Roy and others, the gallery is a heaven for art lovers.

7. Ulsoor Lake

The picturesque lake is spread over an area of 125 acres and is located in the heart of the city. Constructed by Kempegowda II, the lake offers boating facilities that are provided by the Karnataka State Tourism Development Corporation. A walking track situated around the lake is among the several places to see in Bangalore.

8. Government Museu

Built in the year 1886, the museum houses few of the rare collections and represents multiple periods. 18 galleries in the museum comprise antique jewellery, Neolithic finds of varied civilizations and many others. Serving as one of the most famous places in Bangalore, the museum is a must visit.

9. Vidhana Soudha

One of the best examples of Indo Saracenic and Dravidian architecture, Vidhana Soudha is a popular landmark in the Garden City. Its foundation stone was laid by Jawaharlala Nehru in the year 1951 and was finally completed in the year 1956. The largest legislative building in India, is situated close by to Cubbon Park that offers the opportunity to tourists to visit the two popular Bangalore sightseeing places at a go.

10. Krishna Rajan Market

The evergreen and vibrant local market is not only a traveller’s delight but also a treat for the photographers. The place offers a bustling flower market that offers a variety of spices, fresh produce and copper items which makes it one of the most famous markets in Bangalore. If the beautiful colourful senses appeal to you, this market is the place to be. Visit the place during the early morning and experience the colourful market scenario bustling with crowd.

11. Devanahalli Fort

The archaeological site was built by a scion of the popular Morasu Wokkalu family by the name Mallabairegowa. The fort was initially in turmoil since its inception days due to falling into the clutches of multiple rulers and is known for being one of the famous places in Bangalore. This greatly explains the fortification that features heavy masonry along with huge bastions. Also, it is pretty easy to get to this fort since so many famous homestays in Bangalore are located near it.

12. Janapada Loka

Janapada Loka, the folk world in Kannada offers a folk setting and is one among the several touristy places in Bangalore offering mimics the traditions and culture of the land. The establishment beautifully features an amalgamation of 5,000 folk artists which represents the varied cultures of the state. Janapada Loka offers subdivisions such as Chitra Kuteera and Loka Mahal.

13. Sankey Tank

A huge man-made tank located in West Bangalore, serves as one of the popular landmarks of the present. While the construction took place in the year 1882 during the wake of the Great Famine of 1876-78, the tank was built to be the solution for water scarcity. The periphery offers a well-lit walkway along with benches for visitors to stroll and enjoy the surrounding beauty.

14. Venkatappa Art Gallery

The art gallery was built to commemorate the demise of the popular artisan of Karnataka, K. Venkatappa. The museum displays a sprawling gallery filled with the collections and watercolour works on display. The prestigious display offers an archaeological museum which is a home to several artifacts comprising of significant historical value.

15. Attara Kacheri

 

The entrance of Cubbon Park beautifully houses the eye-catching red coloured building that was built under the reign of the ruler, Tipu Sultan. Located opposite to Vidhana Soudha, the State Central Library Building is one among the best places to visit in Bangalore. The highlight of the museum comprises a collection of artefacts along with stone carvings that were created back in the 12th century.

16. Wonder La Water Park

Adventure on your mind? Take your family to Wonderla Bangalore, one of the best amusement parks and places to see in Bangalore. Luring in a large influx of youngsters and families year-round, this park is perfect for those who wish to experience an adrenaline rush in a world-class waterpark that is safe and inexpensive at the same time. The high-thrill dry rides of this park are the star attraction here, but it’s also famous for its numerous water rides and shows, and there are about 60 of such rides that you can enjoy here!

17. Commercial Street

If shopping is what drew you to this city, then you must visit Commercial Street, which is known to be one of the best tourist places in Bangalore for shopping and dining. Situated in the Central Business District of Bangalore, this long street houses a number of small-scale shops, thrift stores, as well as high-end boutiques to cater to both budget shoppers and those looking for a lavish retail experience. Whether you’re looking for branded fashion or just some silk sarees from a local store, you’ll find it all here. And when you’re tired of shopping, you can sit at one of the streetside eateries and gorge on a plate or two of street food in Bangalore.

18. ISKCON Temple, Bangalore

Tucked in the Rajajinagar area of Bangalore, ISKCON Temple is among the most revered temples in India dedicated to Lord Krishna. This particular shrine is under the guidance of Madhu Pandit Dasa and also happens to be a cultural complex rather than just a place of worship. Known to be one of the most respected Bangalore tourist places, it is also famous for its active involvement in social causes and its contribution to helping people rediscover spirituality and foster growth.

19. Innovative Film City

The Innovative Film City in Bengaluru happens to be a famous Indian theme park situated in Bidadi, which is just an hour’s drive away from the main city of Bangalore. One of the most popular places to visit in Bangalore, this place is spread over an enormous area of over 58 acres and is a great place for someone who wishes to see the magical world of cinema up close. Other than behind the scenes tours and visits to famous sets, this place also has plenty of avenues to shop, eat, and simply walk around and explore.

20. Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium

Administered by the Bangalore Association for Science Education (BASE), the Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium is among the most intriguing and enlightening places to see in Bangalore for not just space enthusiasts, but for anyone with a keen mind. This popular attraction is visited by kids, teachers, as well as people fascinated by astronomy and space in large numbers courtesy its interactive ways of learning and imparting knowledge which are rather fun and interesting. You can know everything from how stars are formed to what black holes are in the most exciting ways through the use of multimedia techniques.

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Wonder La Amusement Park – The Answer to Adventure

Wonder La for long has been the best of all entertainment places in Bangalore, and a great spot to spend your summer holidays in India. Joy rides, water rides, musical fountains, laser shows, dance floors, rain showers, virtual reality shows – name it and Wonder La in Bangalore has them all! This is one of the best theme parks in Bangalore specializing in rides specially designed for children and also houses 5 multi-cuisine restaurants.

Location: 28th Km, Mysore Road, Bengaluru, Karnataka 562109
Opening hours: Mon-Fri: 11:00 am to 6:00 pm, Sat-Sun/Holidays: 11:00 am to 7:00 pm
Entry charges: INR 870, INR 1070 on weekends and holidays
Speciality: One of the best theme parks in Bangalore

Bannerghatta National Park

Located a couple of kilometers on the outskirts of Bangalore is the Bannerghatta National Park that is a significant part of Bangalore sightseeing. There is a large variety of flora and fauna that can be witnessed in this destination. Spreads over an area of 104.27 sq km, this National Park is also the first ever butterfly park of the country that was established back in 1971. From a zoo to a forest division, from an aquarium to a crocodile farm, this Reserve Forest has plenty to see and be experience!

Location: Bannerghatta Rd, Bannerughatta, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560083
Timings: Sunday to Monday from 9.00 AM to 4.00 PM
Entry Fee: INR 80 for Indians, INR 400 for foreigners

Nandi Hills

A perfect location to be one with nature, the hills are located 60kms away from the city. One the most popular viewpoint in Bangalore, Nandi Hills is one among the renowned places to visit in Bangalore for couples. With river Arkavathi and Palar originating from the hill area, it was later named after the famous Nandi Temple and was situated at the top of the hill. Situated at a height of 1478 above the sea level, it offers a pleasant climate.

Location: Chikkaballapur district
Timings: Open all days
Entry Fee: No entry fee

Muthyala Maduvu, Bangalore

Muthyala Maduvu, popularly known as Pearl Valley is located around 40 kilometres away from Bengaluru and around 5 kilometres from Anekal. This beautiful picnic spot is located within a valley which is nestled amidst the hills. Pearl Valley is rich in flora and fauna, and houses many exotic species of birds, owning to the waterfall. The main attraction of Pearl Valley is a mesmerising waterfall and drops of water falling from the rock surfaces creates an illusion of a pearl-like appearance, hence the name ‘pearl valley’. For trekkers, this is a great option as the dense forest through the mountains, offers great adrenaline rush. The only thing to beware of are the monkeys in this area.

Timings : Monday-Sunday- 6:00AM-6:00PM

Time Required : 1 day

Entry Fee : There is no entry fee to visit Pearl Valley. But you have to pay a toll tax of Rs.30, set by the government, to enter a barricade. Apart from this, you will need to pay a parking fee of Rs10 if you get your own car.

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Bangalore Palace – The Majestic Place

This palace hosted the first-ever Metallica performance in India in 2011. Need more reasons to name it among the fun places in Bangalore? All right! You have Fun World on the campus with all its joy rides and water rides. This makes the Bangalore Palace one of the best places to visit in Bangalore.

Location: Vasanth Nagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560052
Opening hours: 11:00 am to 8:00 pm
Entry charges: Free for the palace, Fun world charges as per the rides you chose.
Speciality: First-ever place to host Mettalica performance in India

Lalbagh Glass House – Glamorous and Elegant

So, Lalbagh is a replica of the Mughal Gardens and was completed by Tipu Sultan. On every second and fourth weekend of the month, the Karnataka government turns it into one of the most fun places in Bangalore by hosting a folk festival called ‘Janapada Jatre’ that happens to be one of the best festivals in Bangalore and celebrating the various dance forms and theatre.

Location: Mavalli, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560004
Opening hours: 6:00 am to 7:00 pm
Entry charges: INR 40 for adults and INR 10 for children
Speciality: It is a replica of the Mughal gardens

Go Karting – Thrill and Adrenaline

Want to try your hand at some of the fun activities in Bangalore? Time to let go of the smooth roads that Bangalore boasts of and hit some real off-road biking. Get ready to go-karting in Bangalore at some of the challenging tracks at Speedway India and be the ‘dude’ you always wanted to be.

Location: Survey No. 68, Mysore Rd, Anchepalya, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560074.
opening hours: 10:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m
Entry charges: Starts from INR 250
Speciality: Challenging tracks of the place

Bangalore Turf Club Horse Racing – Supremely Mind-Blowing

Need more fun places in Bangalore? Stay assured that one will never fall short of plans when it comes to exploring the most happening places in Bangalore. Plan a day out to watch the magnificent horses race at the Bangalore Turf Club. Bet on your instincts and who knows what? You might be the next champion.

Location: 52, Race Course Rd, Racecourse, Gandhi Nagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560001
Opening hours: 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Entry charges: NA
Speciality: The magnificent horse race

Grips Go Karting

There’s more to the Garden City than meets the eye. It has an adventurous side that not many know about. Grips Go Karting is one such amazing place here that offers go-karting to adventure enthusiasts and adrenaline junkies in a fun and safe environment. Racing enthusiasts can just pick a car of their choice and try their skills at one of the most famous adventure sports in Bangalore all at a very nominal fee. There is a range of karts available here, including those with a motorless mode. Other awesome tourist places in Bangalore for this activity are Race-Race Gokarting, E-Zone Club, and Patel Karting. You can also try your hand at bowling and paintball here.

Location: Survey No. 68, Mysore Rd, Anchepalya, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560074
Timings: 10:30 AM – 7:30 PM
Entry Fee: Starting at INR 150

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Having evolved gradually from being the Garden city to the Silicon Valley of India, Bangalore is India's third-largest city. Bangalore is loved for its pleasant weather, beautiful parks and the many lakes here. Bangalore is renowned for its eateries, street food corners, quirky cafes, coffee roasters and pubs dotting every corner of the city, serving cuisines from all over the world. Brunches, buffets, burgers, rooftop cafes, late-night eats - Bangalore has it all.

People Also Ask About Bangalore

  1. How to Reach Bangalore ?

    Bangalore is well connected to all parts of the country by air, road and rail. The Bengaluru International Airport is located in Devanahalli, 40kms from the city, which is accessible through buses, taxis and helicopters. The Bengaluru City Railway Station and Yeshwantpur Junction are the major railway terminals where most trains arrive. Government and private bus services are also available to and from major Indian cities.

    By air -Bangalore is accessible by air, road, and rail. Bangalore Airport is 13 km east of the City Station. There are number of daily flights to important cities like Calcutta, Mumbai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Chennai, Ahmedabad, Goa, Kochi, Mangalore, Pune and Thiruvananthapuram. Bangalore has direct international flights to Muscat, Sharjah and Singapore. It is also a stopover for many international flights.

    By road -Bangalore has a large bus terminus, which is near the railway station. There are two railway stations in Bangalore. The main station is well connected to all major Indian cities. There are number of daily express trains from Bangalore to other cities of India.

    By train: Bangalore has two main rail terminals- The Bangalore City and Yeshwantpur Junction. The Bangalore City is the major terminal situated in Majestic, which is the heart of the city and most trains arrive and depart from here.
     

  2. Local transport in Bangalore ?

    The Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation forms an important medium of transport in the city. It connects the whole town through various routes making travel simple. The ticket fares are around INR 15 for a distance of 7 km. There are also Volvo buses available throughout the city. From the airport, you can take a shuttle bus to reach different parts of the city. The Bangalore Airport Bus Service operates buses frequently throughout the day, and there are a few buses which run in the night as well.

    Ola cabs and Uber are available within minutes when booked through their app or through calls. Three-wheeled auto-rickshaws are a popular means of transport. But be wary of the auto fares here as the drivers tend to charge the highest fare possible and do not go by the fare meter. If the fares are too high, there are many app-based services like Ola and Uber that have autos as well.

    Metro services are also now available in a lot of areas in the city. There are around 40 metro stations spread over green line and purple line with the majestic station (Kempegowda interchange) being the only station which connects these two metro lines. The Purple line runs from Mysore Road in the west to Baiyyapanahalli in the east whereas the green line connects Puttenahalli in the south to Nagasandra in the north-west. The metro is operational from 5 am to 11 pm in the night.

  3. Best Time to Visit ?

    Bangalore, the IT Hub of India is a city one can visit anytime of the year. The city enjoys a moderate temperate all throughout the year. The months between September and February see the highest tourist inflow. The summers are pleasant in Bangalore. When the country is exhausted by heat, the temperature of the city never crosses 35 degrees Celsius. Rains are also blissful but it’s better to avoid the monsoon season. The weather becomes the most pleasant during the winter season. The temperatures are soothing but not dipping than 10 degrees. Carry light woolens for comfort. The cold season is the best time to plan a visit as the city also hosts numerous music festivals.

  4. Food of Bangalore ?

    Like any modern and growing city, Bangalore's cuisine is not identified with a single platter but a blend of cuisines derived from the diversity of cultures and livelihoods that the city sustains.

    There is a subtle dominance of South-Indian and Udupi cuisine, other than which the city's menu has countless options. One can relish local cuisines like a variety of dosas, Idli, Bisi Bele Bath, Pongal, Uppittu and lots more. Other than this, one can also indulge in the rich Mughlai cuisine with mouth-watering dishes like Tandoori chicken, Sheek Kebabs, Bangalorean Biryani, Chicken Kebabs and more. Also, find here, North-Indian, Muslim, Arabian, Chinese, Thai, Burmese, Lebanese, Vietnamese and Japanese cuisines to enjoy.

    One can indulge in the lip-smacking local street food as well as flatter themselves with fine dining experiences with cuisines from around the world.

    Rich in a variety of cuisines, Bangalore also offers pocket-friendly restaurants which are of great help to the backpackers. Here is a list of few restaurants which without emptying your pockets offer delicious food at minimal prices possible.

  5. Famous budget restaurants in Bangalore ?

    South Indian: Darshini (serves delicious vegetarian food within INR 100), TaazaThindi (INR 200 for 2), Shri Sagar (INR 100 for 2) and Indian Coffee House (INR 200 for 2)

    Continental: Papi Chulo (INR 200 for 2), My Cinnamon Box (INR 250 for 2), Chaiywaala (INR 150 for 2), Fork and Food (INR 200 for 2), and The Breakfast (INR 200 for 2)

    Do try these low budget restaurants while keeping in mind your health and hygiene. Guide the person in services about the spices and things you are allergic to so that you can have a happy meal.

  6. Hotels in Bangalore ?

    The Oberoi Bengaluru

    Established in a tropical rainforest setting, The Oberoi Bangalore harmonises a royal garden theme with contemporary amenities and traditional hospitality. Rich and elegant, all guestrooms are fitted with fine wooden furniture and a private balcony facing beautiful garden views. Guests can relax and pamper themselves at the spa, beauty salon and outdoor pool. The award-winning restaurants on-site serve buffet meals and authentic Thai and Chinese cuisines. Other facilities at The Oberoi include a gym, business centre, currency exchange and airport transfers.

    Taj Bangalore

    Taj Bangalore is a 5-star luxury hotel strategically located opposite Kempegowda International Airport. Boasting a serene ambience, the rooms feature-rich and sophisticated Indian decor with fine bedding. After a full day of exploring, guests can relax by the large pool, indulge in spa treatments or sip on some cocktails at the bar. The all-day dining restaurants serve delicious Indian, Japanese and Chinese cuisines. The gracious staff arranges car hire and airport shuttles.

    Welcomhotel by ITC Hotels, Richmond Road, Bengaluru

    Welcom Hotel is a unique space set among lush greenery and landscaped gardens. This luxury boutique hotel features contemporary interiors, exquisite fine dining, a rejuvenating spa and a stunning outd (Read More)

    Taj Yeshwantpur Bengaluru

    Taj Yeshwantpur Bengaluru is one of the finest 5-star hotels in the city. The elite property boasts a vibrant unison of smart work environment, luxurious spaces and intuitive services. Elegantly desig (Read More)

    The Leela Palace Bangalore

    Escape into a world of royal heritage and tranquillity at The Leela Palace Bangalore. This grand palace hotel is set amidst 7-acres of lush greenery and features exquisite royal decor with ethnic elem (Read More)

  7. Restaurants in Bangalore ?

    Empire

    Hungry at 12 am, head to your nearest empire outlet in Bangalore and they never seize to surprise you with their shawarma. Busy all day and night, Empire is Bangalore?s fastest-growing food chain with Indian and continental dishes.

    Cafe Felix

    Cafe Felix offers comfortable seating with two levels both of them giving you a beautiful view of Ulsoor Lake. The terrace section gives out a proper bar vibe with a lot of party space. Try out their smoothies and indulgent chocolate cake shake. Don?t miss out their Smoked Salmon Nicoise either.

    SodaBottleOpenerWala

    A casual but creative and quirky, SodaBottleOpenerWala in Bangalore is an all-day cafe. Serving Parsi and Bombay inspired food, the restaurant is a perfect stop for all foodies. The place also has a great nightlife with a bar where the cocktails are a must-try.

    Fatty Bao

    This Bohemia Restaurant called Fatty Bao in Bangalore serves Asian, Thai, Chinese and Japanese cuisines. With different coloured walls and semi-private dining spaces, this quirky little restaurant has a rooftop terrace with an inexhaustible menu.

    Sly Granny

    The catchy decor and aesthetic interiors make sly granny an addictive and energetic place to be. With spacious interiors, every cosmopolitan youngster and adult head to this place for the nightlife experience. You?re at the right place if you?re looking for some good food and music in Bangalore.

    Anna Kuteera

    A pure-veg eatery that?s busy during peak hours; mornings and afternoons, Anna Kuteera serves quick south Indian meals and hot beverages. if you?re here at peak hours expect standing room only.

    SlimSins Cafe

    Living up to its name, SlimSins Cafe has an interesting name that leaves you spoilt for choice. SlimSins is also a favourite place among gym-goers who are worried about their calorie intake, hence this restaurant has also added a ketogenic diet to their menu.

    Chinita Real Mexican Food

    The name says it all, you can try a variety of Mexican dishes from Chinita Real Mexican Food. Slate floors and wooden benches make this restaurant a bit informal yet cosy.

    Smoor Chocolates Signature Lounge

    Crafted with rich ingredients, Smoor Chocolates Signature Lounge is every chocolate lovers paradise. Smoor has everything you?d need for a celebration, be cakes for weddings and birthdays or snacks for parties.

    Lady Baga

    A mini goa in Bangalore, Lady Baga delivers quality food with a beach shack vibe. Relive your memory of a beach destination minus the beach and relish their Goan delicacies.

    Church Street Social

    People come here for the vibe than the food and you cannot deny. Church Street Social has been Bangalore?s favourite hangout spot since forever. From quick bites like cheese fries and burgers to wholesome meals like BBQ chicken, this place has everything you need.

  8. Things to do in Bangalore ?

    Wonder La Amusement Park – The Answer to Adventure

    Wonder La for long has been the best of all entertainment places in Bangalore, and a great spot to spend your summer holidays in India. Joy rides, water rides, musical fountains, laser shows, dance floors, rain showers, virtual reality shows – name it and Wonder La in Bangalore has them all! This is one of the best theme parks in Bangalore specializing in rides specially designed for children and also houses 5 multi-cuisine restaurants.

    Gaming Cafes – Enthusiastic Arcades

    The Silicon Valley of Bangalore is not just about its IT hubs. The streets full of gaming cafes happen to be fun things to do in Bangalore and add much value to the name. A day out at any of these gaming places in Bangalore will make you live all the virtual realities that you have ever wondered about.

    Go Karting – Thrill And Adrenaline

    Want to try your hand at some of the fun activities in Bangalore? Time to let go of the smooth roads that Bangalore boasts of and hit some real off-road biking. Get ready to go-karting in Bangalore at some of the challenging tracks at Speedway India and be the ‘dude’ you always wanted to be.

    Bangalore Turf Club Horse Racing – Supremely Mind-Blowing

    Need more fun places in Bangalore? Stay assured that one will never fall short of plans when it comes to exploring the most happening places in Bangalore. Plan a day out to watch the magnificent horses race at the Bangalore Turf Club. Bet on your instincts and who knows what? You might be the next champion.

    Snow City – Cold Yet Beautiful

    Looking for fun things to do in Bangalore? Fancy snow in the middle of all the hustle of the city and this place has got Bangalore snowing. Explore the so-called ‘winter wonderland’ of the city and chill among the chills of -5 degrees Celsius.

    Cafés, Clubs & Pubs – Let The Lights Glitter

    Partying nonstop is one of the most fun things to do in Bangalore that has no end. Beer-some breweries, scintillating cafes and livewire clubs and pubs — name it and Bangalore has it all. Spend some time at one of the coolest breweries in India – Toit in Indranagar and taste some in house brewed drinks. Witness the magic of Counter Culture Concerts while you are partying at one of the best nightclubs in Bangalore.

    Ranga Shankara Theatre – Immersive In Live Shows

    A place where theatre artists can liven their talent and make an enjoyable experience for you is what is known as the Ranga Shankara Theatre. Shows could be a comedy, sarcastic, political – but they all have something in common – they are fun. This is one of the most fun places in Bangalore for an art lover. Enjoy all you want at an affordable price almost every day.

    Sholay Village – Take A Bicycle Ride

    Are you wondering how the Chambals of Madhya Pradesh were depicted in the film Sholay. Take a bicycle ride and get engaged in one of the most fun activities in Bangalore. Visit Ramnagar, a town 40 km south of Bangalore and you get to experience an iconic place from Indian cinema. As much as the location will impress you, the Sippy Village is an exciting place nearby, named after Sholay director, Ramesh Sippy.

  9. Where can I go at night in Bangalore?

    You will find many places in Bangalore to hang out at night. From restaurants, dhabas, bars, clubs, to entertainment venues, there are all sorts of options you can explore here after sunset. Some of the best ones are Biryani Knights, VV Puram Street, Cubbon Pavilion, Richie Rich, 1st A Cross Road, Rasta Cafe, Coconut Grove, UB City Mall, Commercial Street, Innovative Film City, Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium, and Indira Gandhi Musical Fountain Park. some of the best clubs and bars in Bangalore include CLOUDNYN, Indigo XP, and Skyye.

  10. Where can I go for a weekend in Bangalore?

    Bangalore has some amazing places nearby where you can go for a weekend getaway. From beaches, hills, ancient ruins, to famous pilgrimage sites, you have no dearth of options when it comes to picking great weekend getaway destinations near Bangalore. Some of the best places for a weekend getaway or a day trip from Bangalore include Pondicherry (357 km), Kabini (211 km), Mysore (145 km), Hampi (367 km), Masinagudi (245 km), Dandeli (460 km), Nandi Hills (61 km), and many more.