Tour to Bangalore south India
Tour to Bangalore south India, Places to see in Bangalore.
• Bannerghatta National Park
• Big Banyan Tree
• Wonder La India’s biggest amusement and water park
• Muthyala Maduvu
• Ranganatha Swamy Temple
• Savandurga Hills
• Shivaganga Hill
• Janapada Loka / Folk Art Museum
• Bhoga Nandeeshwara Temple
• Ghati Subramanya Temple
• Nandi Hills
• Skandagiri / Kalavara Durga
• Bilikal Rangaswamy Betta
• Chunchi Falls
• Kokkare Bellur Bird Sanctuary
• Sangama & Mekedatu
• Channarayana Durga
Bangalore, Westernized metropolis, important centre of high technology that earned him the nickname of “Silicon Valley of the India”. Its main activities are oriented computer outsourcing and aerospace. It is also one of the major suppliers of computer software in the world. International brands there have installed their offices, research centers and production.
Bangalore, capital of Karnataka State, was built around a fort built in the 16th century and was one of the headquarters of the British administration in the 19th century.It was returned to the Maharaja of Mysore in 1881.
Visit the Palace and the beautiful botanical garden, “Lal Bagh Botanical Garden”. Created in the 17th century, this garden full of life, animated by Indian families during their Sunday walks, covers 97 hectares to discover more than 1,000 varieties of exotic and tropical plants. The large colonial style canopy is home to many endemic specimens. Located in the heart of town, Bangalore Cubbon, the green lung Park, is a large park with an area of 1 200 hectares with also beautiful walks. It was created in 1854 by the British Viceroy and contains the “Government Museum” which houses beautiful collections of objects.
The Vidhan Soudha, imposing neo-dravidien style building, seat of the Parliament of Karnataka and formerly Palace of the maharajas of Bangalore. Facing him, the HighCourt of Justice. These are the two most elegant buildings in the city. Then, the Cathedral of St Marks, the oldest Anglican Church. Walk to the market, part of which covered is the flower market.