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12 Best Places To Visit In Bangalore For A Fun Day Out

by Uneeb Khan


Bangalore is the outgoing city of the southern state of Karnataka. This city is well known for its high-tech industries and its amazing nightlife. This city is popular as Silicon Valley and is a traveling hub as well. The travelers has many Places to visit in Bangalore as a center of panoramic scenic beauty, and lush greenery that leads to its name ‘Garden city.

This IT capital city stands at an elevation of about 900 mts or 3000 ft from sea level. It’s mild. The environment there is delightful, most times of the year. This leads to a more stunning experience in Bangalore.

Bangalore along with being an IT center is also the best place for sightseeing and relishing some natural beauty. And there are various locations that the trekkers love to explore and witness the untouched natural beauty. 

Bangalore palace

This royal place will take you back to the time of royalty. Built-in 1887 by Chamaraja Wodeyar, the Bangalore palace has ancient British architecture that resembles England’s Windsor castle. The suggestive palace comprises fortified arches, towers, Tudor-style architecture, and green lawns along with intricate wood carvings in the interior of the Palace. 

This grand palace is a must to visit place in Bangalore, this place will remind you of our glorifying history. This place is best to get some perfect clicks for your social sites.

All bagh botanical gardens 

This beautiful botanical garden is one of the best places to visit. The garden encompasses a glass house that was prompted by the London Crystal Palace. Beautifully spread across an enormous land of 240 acres, the garden has a large variety of 1800 species of plants, trees, and herbs.

This place is the most beautiful and peaceful place with varied species of flora and fauna adorning the place.

Skandagiri hills

61 km away from the main city of Bangalore, Skandagiri hill is one of the best trekking places for the inhabitants of Bangalore. In Skandagiri, the trek begins from Papagani Temple which can be skillfully accessed from Bangalore, Nandi Hills, or Chikballapur town. There are two ancient caves to visit and witness the ancient architecture of caves on the way.  This is a fairly strenuous trek and is mostly taken by experts. Also known as Kalavara Durga, this is one of the most incredible trekking places in Bangalore, especially for night trekking around Bangalore. 

Ulsoor lake

Located in the heart of Bangalore, this lake is spread across an area of 125 acres. The picturesque lake also offers the opportunity for boating at the lake and enjoying your time. This is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Bangalore. The beautiful lake was built by Kempegowda II. 

This lake is set amidst the greenery and attracts many tourists looking for peaceful sightseeing destinations. Travelers can enjoy the solitude in the tranquil water of the place. 

ISKCON Radha Krishna temple

This temple is devoted to Radha Krishna and it is one of the largest temples of the deities. ISKCON Sri Radha Krishna temple was established in the year 1997. It is a cultural complex residing the temples dedicated to the Deities of Sri Sri Radha Krishnachandra, Sri Krishna Balarama, Sri Nitai Gauranga, Sri Srinivasa Govinda, Sri Prahlada Narasimha, Bhakta Hanuman, Garudadeva and Srila Prabhupada, Founder-Acharya of ISKCON. ISKCON Bangalore is a charitable community to procreate Krishna Consciousness all over the world, as explained by Srila Prabhupada, whose teachings are based on the Bhagavad-gita and Srima.

This place is the center of spirituality and many people visit this place to seek blessings and learn something new about the culture and deity. 

Government museum at Bangalore

This historical museum was founded in 1876. The Bangalore government museum is said to possess approximately 150000 objects. The Indo-Saracenic architecture of this museum attracts an ample amount of tourists. 

There are various historical paintings, sculptures, and artifacts adorning the museum making it the most captivating sight. 

Tipu sultan’s summer palace

The indo-Islamic architecture of the palace attracts an ample amount of tourists. It surely represents the artistic talents of the architects and arts in the time of Tipu sultan. The palace is a center of art and culture of ancient times. 

History enthusiasts will fall in love with this place instantly. It is a must to visit place in Bangalore.

Nandi hills

Nandi hill is the center of most aesthetic scenery and it is the center of attraction among nature enthusiasts. This hill is located approximately 60 km away from the main city of Bangalore. Some of the rivers such as the polar and Arkavathi originate from this hill and tourists can even visit the Nandi temple while exploring the Nandi hills.

National Gallery Of Modern Art

The National Gallery for Modern Art has a massive collection of 500 paintings and is a must to visit place for history enthusiasts. Housing the works of well-known artists including Rabindranath Tagore, Jamini Roy, and others, the gallery is a paradise for art lovers.

Cubbon park

Spread across an area of 300 acres, Cubbon park was constructed by Richard Sankey. The massive green park and its lawn are a place that will provide you with peace and tranquility. This park even allows you to witness the statues of various great personalities. This place is full of greenery that will give you freshness in the bustling city. 

Vidhana Soudha

This place is a great and beautiful symbol of Indo-Saracenic and Dravidian architecture. Vidhana Soudha’s foundation was laid by pt. Jawaharlal Nehru in 1951 and this great building was completely built-in 1956. This is the largest legislative building in India. It is located near Cubbon park, which enables the tourist to visit and relish both places at the same period. 

Janapada Loka

Janapada Loka is a place that has a rural setting and it will take tourists close to Kannada culture and traditions. The association beautifully features an amalgamation of about 5,000 folk artists representing the miscellaneous cultures of the state. Janapada Loka proposes subdivisions such as Chitra Kuteera and Loka Mahal and many more.

The tourists visiting the Janapada Loka will get the opportunity to feel close to the place and get an insight into their cultures and tradition.


The ambiance, aesthetics, and hospitality of Bangalore attract many tourists to this place. The Garden city has many places to explore and make memories.

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