Bangalore being one among the popular metropolis in India houses a plethora of places to visit and things that one can do. Narrowing down the same can be a tough job. Bangalore has some of the most amazing sites to visit beyond the historical architectural remains or parks. It is a perfect mix of tempting South Indian dishes, rapidly growing IT industry, myriad of spa centres, clubs & pubs, shopping centres & malls, etc.
Listed below are some of the must do things for a visitor in Bangalore.
1. Enjoy 56 rides at Wonderla
Spread across an area of 75 acre, the Wonderla Water Park is something that will help you refresh and remove all that work stress that you have been carrying around. If you are looking for time-worthy amusement parks in Bangalore, its Wonderla for you. Enjoy rides such as rain disco, wave pools, Vertical rides, play pools, and so much more. End your fun-fiesta with some lip-smacking lunch served at Wonderla’s in-house restaurant.
2. Admire the elegant woodcarvings at Bangalore Palace
Bangalore Palace is a Tudor-style architectural representation of elegance and class that is amped up with the presence of fortified towers, green lawns, arches, and elegant display of woodcarvings in the palace’s interiors. It was built back in 1887 under the guidance of Chamraja Wodeyar and his descendants still live in this palace. The palace has on display several varieties of family photos, portraits, and memorabilia.
3. See the vibrant colours at KR MarketIf love the fresh aroma and vivid colours of exquisite flowers, the KR Market is something that you should miss. When do you ever get the chance to stand amidst a place with flowers of different varieties being sold at cheap prices? At KR Market, better known as the Krishna Rajendra Market, you get the chance to experience an early morning sprawling with amazing collection of colours that can be captured in your camera for a lasting memories. So if you are on a lookout for markets in Bangalore that is basically a treat to your eyes, get down to the KR Market.
4. The Mughal Style Lalbagh Botanical Garden
This massive garden first started out in the form of a private garden with Mughal-style architecture created for the royal rulers of the city. It was brought into existence by Hyder Ali in 1760 which was later on extended by Tipu Sultan, his son. As of now, the park covers about 240 acres. The park derives the name “Lalbagh” from the vibrant red roses blooming in this park all through the year. The garden houses one of the highly diverse collection of plant species all around the world. The main attraction of this place is the majestic Glasshouse.
5. Virtual reality experience at Whitefield
Instead of running into a theater to watch a movie, go ahead a be a part of one with the thrilling 7D experience with VR (Virtual Reality). At IONA Gaming Arena, you sit in a simulator platform that moves in accordance to the visuals you are watching. You are provided with 3D glasses and the entire experience is compiled with 7 to 9 different variants of special effects that make your experience all the more real as well as exhilarating.