In this article, we share the list of top and best 7 tourist attraction places in bangalore that you can visit and plan on your next friends and family trip.
Bangalore / Bengaluru
Built at Vidhan Soudha, this logo has universal appeal. The logo, ‘Be – U’, is a mixture of typography in English and Kannada. So if you are in Bangalore and is a travel buddy, you could definitely get yourself instagrammed here!
Lalbagh Flower Show
Commissioned by Hyder Ali and completed by Tipu Sultan, Lalbagh botanical garden is city’s another attraction. Twice every year i.e on Independence Day and Republic day, famed ‘Lalbaug Flower show’ is organized here and one could witness a riot of dazzling colours contributed by wreath of flowers decorated with a theme.
Bhoga Nandeeshwara Temple
A pre-wedding photo creation solemnized against the backdrop of a magnificent temple snatched my attention. I soon realized it wasn’t too far from where I lived and Sunday morning was all drafted to see the hidden architectural gem of Bhoga Nandishwara temple.
Located at the base of Nandi Hills in Bangalore, the impact of the Vijayanagar style of architecture and its affiliation to Hampi at the temple entrance is quite evident.
If you are a foodie and like to experiment with food, especially the regional food, then the annual Avarebele Festival held in VV Puram is a place for you to be. Avarekai / Avarebele is green flat beans and is city’s most cherished vegetable. This vegetable is a winter specialty and the festival is about 10-15 days in January.
In this fest, Avarekai can be seen used in varied food recipes, like sambhar, dosa, idli, upma, vada and even the honey jalebi, jamoon and holige (sweet chapatti)!
With this burden of expectations from my ladies in house for a “Pure Silk Saree”, I walked around every Bangalorian Women to know where I can get an authentic Silk Saree and it was a unanimous vote for Chickpet and that’s a full stop!
They said just go there and you will get! So, I went and at first I did get lost but you have to make your way.
KR Flower Market
I always loved the flower decorations in the temples and rallies in Bangalore. You would find amazing flowers with all shades of colors, and they stay fresh for long!
Flower Market Bangalore, popularly known as KR Market is one place in Bangalore if you want to feel overwhelmed and mesmerized with the flowers. It is one of the best places to be at if you are looking to capture both, crowd and a riot of colors!
Writing or drawings scribbled, scratched, or sprayed illicitly on a wall or other surface in a public place has epitomized art to a next level. Graffiti, what we call it has fired up the imagination. This street art presents unexpected visual surprises for city dwellers to vlog.
Bangalore too has some great examples of street art, to add life to the many corners, empty spaces and boring or, even those bustling.
I have picked out some of our favorite art-spots from the lot for you to travel with your travel mate and get clicked.
- Church Street entrance of MG Road
- Cubbon Park
- Majestic Metro Stations and their surrounding areas.
- Jyoti Niwas College in Kormangala
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