Bangalore Sights and Landmarks Guide, India
Visit India’s Floricultural Capital, Bangalore city. This modern, high-tech city is India’s fifth largest and fastest growing city in Asia. Touring Bangalore will give you an overview of the city’s rich culture, heritage centers, crafts, palaces, temples, palaces, eye-catching gardens and a lot more.
A tour along the avenues of the city will give you heads-up of how well-planned this city is. Its avenues have trees all aligned with large parks and gardens and lakes, it is worth being named as India’s garden city. A wide array of flowers blossoming for export has gained its name being the Floriculture Capital of India.
The most popular of Bangalore, India’s sight-seeing tour is the Bangalore Walks. They have two popular walks - the Victorian Walks and the End of Empire Walks. They also have the Heritage Walks where the tourist guides will walk you through the city’s several interesting heritage sites in and around Bangalore. Some of these walks include the walk around the Bangalore Fort area in Kalasipalyam, the Kote Venkataramana Samy temple, Tipu’s summer palace, Tipu’s armory and the Jalakantesh-wara temple.
Enjoy much of Bangalore’s majestic beauty of the lakes by walking along the Ulsoor Lake. Along the lake, you’ll find various must-see sights such as the Subramanya Temple, the Someshwara Temple, natural heritage and other old heritage buildings surrounding the temples and Ulsoor Lake.
One of Bangalore’s well-known tourist sites is the St. Mary’s Church. It is best viewed during its festive seasons in September. People of all faiths get to celebrate during this memorable event.
The Bull Temple is also one of Bangalore’s magnificent sites. It is 15 feet tall and over 20 feet long, carved using a single block of granite. Be awed by Tippu Palace’s grandeur. The palace is famous for its carvings and paintings dating from the 16th century. Its walls will show you how well they have preserved the Ganapathi Temple.
Bangalore, India, as you all know, has a lot of temples built centuries ago. Have a fill of its rich past by visiting its temples. One of the must-see temples is The Dharmaraja Temple built in reverence to the idols, Shir Dharmaraja Swamy, hero of Lord Krishna and the Mahabharata. The Cave Temple is famous for its four monolithic pillars. Many tourists would make sure they visit the place in time to watch the sun rays shine through.
The Friday Mosque is the city’s oldest mosque. Plant lovers will have their eyes fill at the LalBagh Botanical Gardens having over 1,000 species of flora. You’ll find there the Glass House, which is a 2,400-acre park and its center of attraction.
Go shopping to India’s Fashion Capital, still Bangalore. You’ll find all of the latest fashion trends in this city. Enjoy good music, have fun, dance to the groove, soothe your eyes with its amazing exhibits and indulge yourself in its unique cuisines. You’ll find it all here in Bangalore. You will really feel at home while you stay in Bangalore.
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