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Top sights in Bangalore

Bangalore is one of the most progressive cities in the country. Apart from the countless things to do in Bangalore, this “Silicon Valley of India” also boasts dreamy weather, delicious masala dosa and filter coffee, and Carnatic fusion melodies. Planning to travel here soon? Take note of the following things to do in Bangalore, India for couples, friends, and families!

Lalbagh Botanical Garden

Lalbagh Botanical Garden is one of the oldest and largest botanical gardens in India, as well as the first of kind with its glasshouses and ornamental flower growing throughout the property. It’s also a known national and international center for the study and conservation of plants and botanical artwork. Spread more than 98 hectares of land, this expansive garden boasts a diverse species of flora like the giant silk-cotton tree and bonsai. You can also find rare birds, such as parakeets and purple moorhen.
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Cubbon Park

An oasis of greenery amid the busy Bangalore, Cubbon Park is a scenic tourist attraction with its more than 6,000 trees and diverse flora and fauna. It also boasts a history of over 100 years and is surrounded by the Vidhana Soudha, the Attara Kacheri, and a number of other organizations. Visit Cubbon Park and discover the indigenous and exotic varieties of ornamental and flower plants, take a toy train ride, or explore the statues of famous personalities.
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Bannerghatta Biological Park

Bannerghatta Biological Park is a government-run sanctuary for an estimated 2,300 animals of 101 different species. Located some 23km from the city centre, it allows both locals and tourists to get acquainted with the diverse flora and fauna inhabiting the hills of the Anekal range. Apart from a zoo, the park also has a butterfly park, safari, and rescue centre. Some other unique attractions you can find are a crocodile farm, snake park, and prehistoric animals’ park.
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Bangalore Palace

One of the city’s oldest landmarks, Bangalore Palace is an estate perfect for those who are looking to experience the classic royal charm of Bangalore. The palace was built in 1878 and boasts an impressive mixture of Tudor and Scottish Gothic architecture. Once the private residence of the royal Wodeyar family, this palace now houses a fascinating collection of art and paraphernalia from the bygone era, specifically from South India’s most enduring dynasties.
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