Bangalore is the fastest growing city in Asia. It has a pleasant climate all through the year which makes it a good choice for vacations at any time of the year. It is the largest hub of software companies in India. It is the Capital city of Karnataka. It is also called the Garden city as almost every small area or layout must have and has a park for its residents. Bangalore is also famous for its variety of flowers which is exported and also supplied all over India
As it is a well-developed city, it is connected to most parts of India. It has the international airport at Devenhalli around 27KM from the city center. Its main railway stations are kempegowda, KR Puram, Yashwantpur and Yelehanka connecting cities from different directions. By road, it is well-connected to various states which run the Tourism Department buses.
You will find a bounty of both man-made wonders and natural beauty. Amusement parks also add to the enjoyment. Lal-bagh is a botanical garden where one can find more than thousand varieties of plants collected from various parts of the world and the count is increasing. The area of lal-bagh is more than 240 acres. The Glass house in Lal Bagh is inspired from the Crystal House, London. The foundation of Lal Bagh was kept by the then ruler Hyder Ali and was completed by his son Tipu Sultan.
Bangalore Palace was built by the Wadyar Kings in 1880. its vast expanse and the garden surrounding the castle makes it a famous tourist attraction. It is inspired by the Windsor Castle and has a built-up area of 45000 sqft.
ISKON temple Complex, located near Yashwantpur is a beautiful tourist place apart from a temple. It has Theaters, accommodations fro people who come here fro short term courses, food court and shopping area which offers various articles from the ISKON community. The architecture of the Building is magnificent.
Studded with marvelous work of modern engineering, each and every new building housing an IT company is a wonder in itself. There are many technology parks in Bangalore where every construction is awesome. ITPL, Baghmane Tech Park, Mindspace are some of the Technology parks of Bangalore.
Sandalwood Products and sandalwood of Karnataka and spices like Cardamom are the two things which a tourist can carry home as unique items from Bangalore. Also, there are places like MG Road, Brigade road, and commercial street to look for branded clothing and junk jewelry. Old Bangalore has markets like KR market for a large variety of products and SP road which is famous for computer hardware.