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10 Reasons Why You Should Never Ever Visit Bangalore

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HolidayIQ Travellers list 10 convincing reasons why you should definitely scratch off Bangalore from your bucket list, if only you have listed it.

10 Reasons Why You Should Never Ever Visit Bangalore:

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1. The Weather Is So Unpleasant!


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HolidayIQ Traveller Sorav Singh says, “Bangalore is known for its weather. I visited Nandi hills, Iskon temple, Ub city orion mall & many other places. Weather is always awesome.” Adds HolidayIQ  Traveller Bala, “Bangalore is beautiful city, the climate, environment, road, bridges, etc.”

2. Bangalore Doesn't Have Great Lakes


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HolidayIQ Traveller Chandu Shankar says, “Ulsoor lake is cleanly maintained and you can have a walk with your loved one or alone for a peace of mind. There is a walking path to walk and jog and the main attraction of this lake is Island. This island is very beautiful with trees and grass and you can see different kind of birds. There is a boating facility available here. Parking facility is also available and you can get many buses to reach this place. This place is protected with military services.”

3. The Breweries In The City Are So Dull!


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With a range of microbreweries sprawling in the silicon valley of India, surely, Bangalore is steadily revolutionizing the beer culture in India. HolidayIQ Traveller G Bhat says, “Bangalore is a beautiful city, once it was a retirement people's paradise but now a busy capital city of IT and computers. Bangalore has plenty of malls, gardens, parks to roam around. Lot of restaurants, freshly brewed beer pubs, micro-breweries etc.”

4. It’s Not Like Bangalore Has Any Great Architectural Wonders


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HolidayIQ Traveller Rohit Bhagwat says, “Bangalore Palace still gives an essence of the old culture and serves as a picturesque sight. We went there for photography. It's indeed a heritage sight and go for it if you want to add a royal look to your photo album with marvellous lush garden views.”

5. The Food Is Absolutely Unappetising


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HolidayIQ Traveller Satyendra Dwivedi says, “Enjoy south Indian veg food at VV Puram.” Adds HolidayIQ Traveller Rahul Ghelani, “We had visited the famous Khao Gali in Bangalore. It was a fabulous experience as we enjoyed having dishes from chatpatta chaats to idli.” HolidayIQ Traveller Ujjawal Kumar says, “Near Lalbagh Botanical Garden there is a MTR restaurant, which is heritage hotel. Good South Indian food but you need to wait in queue, which is worth it.” HolidayIQ Traveller Megha says, “Bangalore has a variety of options when it comes to food. Another place is the CTR. If you are a dosa lover, then this is a place that you should never miss. Try the butter masala dosa and idlis here.”

6. There Are No Job Opportunities


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HolidayIQ Traveller Aditya Banerjee says, “The best thing about Bangalore is its IT sector. Students from all over the country come here to study. Due to its blooming IT sector the population of Bangalore is increasing year after year. The best part about it is its weather. It's truly worth visiting.” “Bangalore is the city of Gardens and IT Sector,” says HolidayIQ Traveller Aman Kumar.  

7. The Theatre Scene Is Non-Existent


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On of the best way to spend an evening in Bangalore is by watching a play at the famous Ranga Shankara. Its annual theatre festival brings together famous and budding playrights and their works to the city. 

8. You Are Sure To Get Bored! No Weekend Getaways Around


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Bangalore has no dearth of destinations to head out for a weekend break with friends. HolidayIQ Traveller Karan Goswami says, “Nandi Hills is a best place to see the sunrise in Bangalore. This place is very good for those who love bike riding. I have visited this place twice and its only 60 km from the Bangalore. The Nandi Temple on the top of the hill and beautiful garden adds to the mood. Don't forget to carry your camera along.”

9. No Flea Markets!


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T here are a wide range of flea markets in Bangalore that attract different types of people. The Sunday Soul Sante and Kitsch Mandi flea markets have transformed ‘normal’ Sundays into ‘super’ Sundays in Bangalore. HolidayIQ Traveller AS shares, “Commercial Street is a super cool shopping destination in Bangalore. Originally, it used to be a complete flea market but now you can find even the bigger brands making their way.

10. There Is Absolutely No Greenery Around


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HolidayIQ Traveller Sachin Jadhav says, “Cubbon park is well maintained, eatables are allowed inside and you can take photos all through Cubbon Park. It's a great place to hang out with family and friends.”  Adds HolidayIQ Traveller Sajan, “Bangalore, the garden city, is just awesome by all means.”

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