“India’s Silicon Valley” – this name is often used when describing Bangalore. The city got this name because of large number of modern plants located on its territory. However, tourists keep visiting this city not because of industrial development of this region, but because of large number of historical and architectural monuments that can be found here.
Bangalore has no shortage of luxury hotels. A luxury lodge The Ritz - Carlton, Bangalore is near Cubbon Park. Customers of the place gain access to a range of exclusive services. One of the … Open
Lal Bagh Botanical Garden is a real piece of untouched nature. The garden is a home to over 1 thousand types of flowers and trees. Here you will find over a hundred and a half of roses’ types, and the garden’s most famous sight is an artificial pond with magnificent lotuses. Copyright www.orangesmile.com
Other famous sights, Summer Palace and Ganesha Temple, are located nearby. Western part of Bangalore is known for the famous Bull Temple and Maharaja Temple. Luxurious Indian palaces, spacious gardens and mango groves – this resort resembles an old Indian fairytale, an unexpected and a breathtaking one.
Bangalore is a perfect place for a romantic getaway. Fortune Select JP Cosmos hotel offers a full range of facilities for an unforgettable holiday for two. There are charming beige rooms … Open
Lovers of wildlife will be in for an interesting surprise during rest too, as they will be able to visit located in the immediate vicinity of Bangalore National Park Bannerghatta. This National Park is one of the largest and most interesting in the country, with an area of over 104 square kilometres. The park was founded in 1974 and today on its territory are carried out exciting safaris and walks, during which you can admire the wild animals. The variety of fauna is simply amazing, in this park you can see leopards, lions, tigers, wild boars, elephants and bison, as well as dozens of other species of animals and birds.
Commercial Street is the most popular shopping street in Bangalore. It houses dozens of shops selling traditional Indian saris, nice souvenirs, European-style clothes and popular national … Open
A fascinating aquarium is also there in Bangalore, which was opened in 1983, so far it is the second largest aquarium in the country. It is located at the entrance of the popular Kuban park; in this aquarium visitors can see dozens of species of exotic fish and other marine life. Some of them are quite rare representatives, including angel fish, as well as luminous tetra. On the ground floor there are special tanks, in which visitors can feed fish themselves.
One of the most popular places for a family vacation for Bangalore’s guests is the amusement park Wonderla. It occupies a large territory, decorated with exotic plants. A suitable … Open