3 FEB 2023

10 Places In Bengaluru You Must Visit


state central library

State Central Library lies in the heart of Cubbon Park. Remarkable for its architecture, it has about 3 lakh books and 300 periodicals and newspapers.

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Bannerghatta national Park

The National Park is located on the outskirts of Bengaluru and houses several wild animals such as King Cobra, panthers, elephants, deer and birds.

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Koramangala night life

The Koramangala area in Bengaluru boasts of a number of bars, pubs and clubs for a night filled with music, dance and good food.

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lalbagh botanical garden

Lalbagh Botanical Garden has a 200-year-old history and nearly 1,854 species of plants including rare ones of French and Persian origin.

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Bull temple

Bull Temple, also known as Nandi Temple, is one of the oldest temples in Bengaluru and traces its origins back to the Vijayanagar Empire.

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Tipu sultan summer palace

Tipu Sultan Summer Palace was the summer residence of Mysore ruler Tipu Sultan. It is a fine example of Indo-islamic architecture.

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UB city

UB City is a luxury mall and a one-stop destination for all your high-end brand needs.

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visvesvaraya museum

Visvesvaraya Industrial and Technological museum showcases various industrial products and engines; with regular science demonstrations, shows, lectures, etc.

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Karnataka Chitrakala Parishath is a visual art complex with a college of fine arts and 18 galleries on its premises. 

karnataka chitrakala parishath

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Mahatma Gandhi Road or MG Road is the high street of Bengaluru; known for its malls, cafes, shopping centres and bookstores.

MG road

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