A scenic palace which bears striking resemblance to England’s Windsor Castle. Don’t miss the immaculately designed interiors of the palace filled with magnificent paintings and stained glass windows
This beautiful park showcases more than 6,000 species of trees and plants, along with famous statues and well-planned avenues
It’s one of the few natural parks in the world that preserves wildlife in such close proximity to a city. It comprises a zoo, safari, butterfly park and rescue center that carries out conservation and rehabilitation of orphaned animals.
Bangalore Race Course is considered as one of the best and most challenging in the country
The Radha Krishnachandra Temple in Bangalore has idols of Radha and Krishna and is one of the largest ISKCON temples in the world
St. Mark’s Cathedral is located on the popular M.G. Road in Bangalore. The cathedral is built in old colonial style architecture, with a beautiful dome over a semicircular chancel and Roman arches decorating the walls.
The lush garden is renowned internationally for horticulture studies and for its well-maintained treasure trove of plant species. The centre stage of Lalbagh is the charming Glass House that was made for acclimatizing the exotic species. It also holds the famous biannual flower shows in January and August
The seat of the state legislature of Karnataka. It is an imposing granite building, built in 1956 in the ‘Neo-Dravidian’ style
Overlooks Vidhana Sabha. It is a red brick and stone building in the Greco-Roman style of architecture. It houses the High Court for the state of Karnatakaacclimatizing the exotic species. It also holds the famous biannual flower shows in January and August
The museum houses displays of various aircraft and helicopters, Aircraft engine models, Flight simulators, a mock Air Traffic Control Tower and exhibit of Indian aviation history