This magnificent building in the neo-Dravidian style and built entirely from Bangalore granite. On weekend evenings and public holidays, the building is floodlit, illuminating the surrounding gardens.
This beautiful park, sprawling across 300 acres, was laid out by Lieutenant General Sir Mark Cubbon in 1864. The park is green and dotted with fountains, statues and flowering trees. Close to the park is the Bal Bhavan and the Aquarium.
The Lal Bagh
Started by Hyder Ali in 1760 and later completed by Tipu Sultan, this 240 acre landscape park is home to some very rare species of plants. The glass house, inspired by the crystal palace in London, is the venue for the bi-annual flower shows.
One of the oldest temples in the city built by Kempe Gowda, the founder of Bangalore.
One of his summer retreats built in 1791; this is a two-storeyed ornate wooden structure with pillars, arches and balconies.
Is a perfect getaway dotted with a picturesque island, you can enjoy a boat ride here or swim in the nearby pool.
Built at a cost of Rs. 32 crores on a sprawling 7 acre plot, atop the Hare Krishna hill, is a pious blend of modern technology and spiritual harmony.