Bengaluru, Silicon Valley of India!

Bengaluru, Silicon Valley of India!

Bengaluru, Silicon Valley of India!

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There are many best places to visit in Bangalore, each of which contributes to history, culture, architecture, nature, art, and spirituality.In the recent years, Bangalore has earned multiple names like Silicon Valley of India, the Garden City, and Air-Conditioned City. Before IT industry made this place its hub, Bengaluru was popularly known as the Pensioners’ Paradise. But today, it is a blend of both past and present.

Bangalore Palace

Built by Chamaraja Wodeyar in 1887, the design of Bangalore Palace was inspired by England’s Windsor Castle. As a result, this evocative palace has Tudor-style architecture with fortified towers, arches, green lawns, and elegant woodcarvings in its interiors. The royal family still lives here today, and the palace is open to the public from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. on weekdays.

Bannerghatta National Park

Bannerghatta National Park is a one-stop destination to witness the fauna merely 20 miles from the capital. The national park is under the government’s tutelage and offers safaris through the biological reserve consisting of exotic Bengal tigers and majestic Indian elephants among other animals. Besides safari, there’s a zoo, an aquarium, a spooky snake house and a vibrant butterfly yard all within the national park’s domain.

Nandi Hills

Nandi Hills is one of the perfect places near Bangalore for nature lovers. The hill station is situated 60 kilometers from the city’s center and offers a fantastic view of monolithic granite figure. The pleasant weather has particularly made it an interesting weekend destination to horticulturists.


Situated 17 miles from city’s cynosure, Wonderla is an amusement park that will never cease to amuse. Spread across 82 acres, Wonderla boasts 60+ exciting rides — both land and water-based. Wonderla is widely regarded as one of the best amusement parks in India, thanks to its appreciable amenities and wide array of activities.

Krishna Rajendra (KR) Market

This vivid, traditional local market is an assault on the senses and a treat for photographers, and in the middle of it, you’ll find Bangalore’s bustling flower market. The market also sells a variety of fresh produce, spices, and copper items. Go there in the early morning to best experience the colors and crowds, when piles of fresh stock are being unloaded and sold.

National Gallery Of Modern Art

Last but not the least, a good place to see in Bangalore with friends and family is the National Gallery of Modern Art. Established in 2009, the gallery displays some of the extraordinary house paintings and modern art created by popular contemporary artists. It houses about 500 exhibits, which are spread across spacious halls, tiny rooms, and corridors. The exhibits are displayed based on the time period, categories they belong to, and artists who created them.

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