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Places to visit in Bangalore
Lalbagh is one of Bengaluru’s major attractions. A sprawling garden situated in a 240 acres piece of land in the heart of the city, Lalbagh houses India’s largest collection of tropical plants and sub-tropical plants, including trees that are several centuries old.
Exhibits like Snow White and the seven dwarfs, and a topiary park, an expansive lake, a beautiful glasshouse modelled around the Crystal Palace in London adorn the park giving it a surrealistic atmosphere.
A watchtower perched on top of a 3000 million years old rocky outcrop (which is a National Geological Monument), built by Kempegowda, the founder of Bengaluru also adorns the picturesque garden.
Centrally located in the CBD (Central Business District) of Bangalore on Vittal Mallya Road, UB City is just 1.5 kms away from the MG Road – Brigade Road junction.
With a total built up area of 16 lakh sq ft, UB City is completed by the UB Tower, Kingfisher Plaza, Concorde, Canberra & Comet Blocks! Each of these blocks stand out for their distinctive look, while yet combining to produce the feeling of a city.
It would not be an exaggeration to call Cubbon Park the lungs of Bangalore. Spread over a massive 300 acres, It is a green hotspot in the heart of Bangalore. Considered among the most posh areas of Bangalore, Cubbon Park provides a green escape from the otherwise hectic routine of the silicon valley of India.
Located in the Central Administrative Area of Bangalore, Cubbon Park was conceptualized by Major General Richard Sankey of the erstwhile British Empire. At that time, the park was spread over only 100 acres. However, it gradually evolved into an aesthetically designed green abode.
Cubbon Park is known for its numerous impressive buildings and abundant flora and fauna. It has grown into one of the most desired residential addresses in Bangalore. It offers leading social amenities and state-of-the-art physical infrastructure.
Bannerghatta National Park is a national park in India, located near Bangalore, Karnataka. It was founded in 1970 and declared a national park in 1974. In 2002, a small portion of the park became a zoological garden, the Bannerghatta Biological Park.
There are ancient temples in the park for worship and it is a destination for trekking and hiking. Within the national park area are six rural villages enclosed within three large enclosures for sheep and cattle farming. This park offers a wide range of diverse wildlife to the exploratory. Coming from the finest of Bengaluru, Karnataka, this park offers a guided bus tour all along the 6 km safari roads, which are specially made for safarists and foreign tourist gatherers.
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