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Interesting Facts About Bengaluru :

Bengaluru is the capital of the state of Karnataka. Located in southern India on the Deccan Plateau, it is situated at a height of approximately 3000 feet above sea level and hence enjoys a wonderfully pleasant climate almost throughout the year. The chill increases during the months of December and January, while the weather turns much warmer from March to May. The really wet season prevails in the month of August and lessens in September and October, where it mostly rains in the late afternoons/ evenings or at night. Rain during the day is very infrequent. Hence the best time to visit and most tourist inflow occurs in the winter months October to February.

Nicknamed ‘Garden City’, Bengaluru is known for its broad, wide streets lined with plenty of greenery and boasts of several public parks and gardens like Lal Bagh and Cubbon Park. Lovers of nature can enjoy the bi-annual flower show held at Lal Bagh during the week of Republic Day and Independence Day. As for those who are looking for a rocking night-life, this ‘Pub City’ is the place to indulge. Bengaluru also offers a wide range of cuisines and types of restaurants as the locals love eating out, especially at the famous Udipi restaurants which offer mainly vegetarian regional cuisine. Well-known as a major centre for Indian classical music and dance, it is also very active in the theatre scene and churns out several Kannada movies in the year through the Kannada film industry.

Also referred to as the "Silicon Valley of India", Bengaluru is identified as the IT capital of the country as it is the nation’s leading information technology exporter. IT firms like Infosys, Wipro, HAL and ISRO have their headquarters in this city. Educational and research institutions like the Indian Institute of Management-Bengaluru (IIMB), Indian Institute of Science (IISc), National Institute of Design-Bengaluru , Hindustan Aeronautics and National Aerospace Laboratories etc are located here. Hence this city boasts of a very cosmopolitan crowd.

Local transportation is extremely good and reasonable with the availability of rickshaws, taxis and metro services along with private cars. The Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Organisation is an often used and reliable means of transport within the city. They offer air-conditioned luxury bus services on major routes, and also ferry people from various parts of the city to Kempegowda International Airport.

How to reach Bengaluru :

By Bus : Travel between Bengaluru and cities like Mumbai, Chennai, Pune, Goa, Mangalore etc can easily be covered by a network of buses, run by the Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation as well as several private bus operators. One can travel in regular buses to air-conditioned, Volvo and sleeper coaches. The main bus depot that KSRTC maintains is the Kempegowda Bus Station, also known as Majestic Bus Stand and the Shantinagar Bus Station. Besides these, the other bus stations are Ganganagar, Yalahanka, Koramangala and Maniwada.

By Air : Bengaluru is well-connected to most important cities like Mumbai, Delhi etc. with regular flights to and fro. Bengaluru Internaional Airport is located 45 minutes from the main city.

By Train : Bengaluru City Railway Station and Yeswantpur Junction are the two main railway stations from where people can travel to nearby cities.

Some must-visit attractions in Bengaluru :

Lal Bagh - A famous tourist spot, this botanical garden has a glass house which hosts the bi-annual flower show in the city. Winters are the best time to visit this place when the flowers are in full bloom.

Cubbon Park – Many decorative and flowering trees of exotic as well as indigenous variety, can be found here. Spread over 300 acres, this park is situated in the heart of the city. Several species of plants can be enjoyed at this park along with other attractions like the Cheshire Dyer Memorial Hall, Ottawa Chatter, Museum, Century Club and the Press Club. It has very good walkways, scenic landscaped gardens and play areas.

Nandi or Bull Temple - From the numerous temples that Bengaluru is famous for, this is one of the most popular temples situated in a park called Bugle Rock at Basavanagudi. It is dedicated to Lord Shiva.

Banerghatta National Park - A vast national reserve featuring a zoo, safari park, butterfly conservatory & animal rescue center, earlier established as a national park, it has now become a biological reserve. Tourists can enjoy the various species of plants in this region along with wildflife like deer, monkeys, bears, white and Bengal tigers, or even lions.

Wonderla Amusement Park – Wonderla is a spacious amusement park with a wide range of exciting and fun activities for people of all ages. With thrilling roller coaster rides, water slides and some gentler rides for kids, this is the perfect place for families to just let their hair down and have a fun day.

Ulsoor Lake – Amongst the several lakes that exist in Bengaluru, Ulsoor is perhaps the most popular due to its boating facilities which people love to enjoy. Located at the north eastern periphery of the city centre, near M.G.Road, this lake extends over approximately 1.5 sq.kms and is scattered with islands.

Bangalore Palace – Located in the heart of Bengaluru city, this palace is situated in the Palace Gardens. It is most famous for its Tudor-style architecture and magnificent woodcarvings built by the Wodeyar dynasty along with the beautiful garden in front of the palace.

Bangalore Aquarium – Identified as being the second largest aquarium in India, this octagonal-shaped building houses an amazing and exotic variety of marine life. The fact that they have tried to create, as natural an environment for the fish, is commendable.

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Interesting Facts About Bengaluru :

Bengaluru is the capital of the state of Karnataka. Located in southern India on the Deccan Plateau, it is situated at a height of approximately 3000 feet above sea level and hence enjoys a wonderfully pleasant climate almost throughout the year. The chill increases during the months of December and January, while the weather turns much warmer from March to May. The really wet season prevails in the month of August and lessens in September and October, where it mostly rains in the late afternoons/ evenings or at night. Rain during the day is very infrequent. Hence the best time to visit and most tourist inflow occurs in the winter months October to February.

Nicknamed ‘Garden City’, Bengaluru is known for its broad, wide streets lined with plenty of greenery and boasts of several public parks and gardens like Lal Bagh and Cubbon Park. Lovers of nature can enjoy the bi-annual flower show held at Lal Bagh d......Read More


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