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Perfect List Of Things To Do In Bangalore On A Rainy Day

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Best things to do in Bangalore on a rainy day. HolidayIQ Travellers share their experiences.

Perfect List Of Things To Do In Bangalore On A Rainy Day:

  1. Cubbon Park, Bangalore (Karnataka)
  2. Bangalore (Karnataka)
  3. Bangalore Palace, Bangalore (Karnataka)
  4. Brigade Road, Bangalore (Karnataka)
  5. Bannerghatta National Park, Bangalore (Karnataka)
  6. Nandi Hills (Karnataka)

1. Take A Walk In The Rain At Cubbon Park

Take A Walk In The Rain At Cubbon Parksource: deccanchronicle.com

HolidayIQ Traveller Sachin Jadhav shares, “The 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.”

2. Have A Sumptuous Hot Meal At Koshys

Have A Sumptuous Hot Meal At Koshyssource: uppercrustindia.com

This ancient cafe is very popular for its breakfast. The place has retained its old-world charm with huge pillars, creaky windows and huge fans. Must-try is the fish and chips.

3. Chill With You Friends And A Piping Hot Filter Coffee At Maiyas

Chill With You Friends And A Piping Hot Filter Coffee At Maiyassource: cbsnewyork.wordpress.com

Long queues all day at their legendary coffee counter is proof enough for the popularity of the place.

4. Relish Authentic Dosa & Rava Idli At MTR

Relish Authentic Dosa & Rava Idli At MTRsource: www.mavallitiffinrooms.com

HolidayIQ Traveller Ujjawal Kumar shares, “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.”

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5. Take A Peek Into History at Bangalore Palace

Take A Peek Into History at Bangalore Palacesource: karnataka.com

HolidayIQ Traveller Nishitha K n shares, “Bangalore Palace is one the oldest palace in Bangalore. It's famous for his own history. Bangalore palace is like a hidden jewel inside the heart of the city. It had splendid architecture, amazing stories, etc. Everybody who visits Bangalore must visit the palace.” They charge Rs. 450 for a compulsory audio tour if you want to enter the palace.

6. Take A Stroll at Brigade Road - The Time's Square of Bangalore

Take A Stroll at Brigade Road - The Time's Square of Bangaloresource: indiantravels.com

HolidayIQ Traveller P.K.Merhotra shares, “Visit to Bangalore is incomplete without a visit to M.G. Road. Brigade Road is busy in the evenings. The place has many resturants and pubs.” Adds HolidayIQ Traveller Jolly Thomas, “We went for a walk at Brigade road. After a walk we took a metro ride. Also, took photos of various places from the metro station. We then had coffee at Matteo.”

7. Head To VV Puram For A Local Eating Experience

Head To VV Puram For A Local Eating Experiencesource: sulekhalive.com

HolidayIQ Traveller Satyendra Dwivedi shares, “Enjoy south Indian veg food at VV Puram.” HolidayIQ Traveller Rahul Ghelani shares, “We had visited the famous Khao Gali in Bangalore. It was a fabulous experience as we enjoyed having dishes from chatpatta chaats to idli.”

8. Oblige Those Midnight Hunger Pangs at Empire

Oblige Those Midnight Hunger Pangs at Empiresource: hotelempire.in

Despite a good number of food options, Bangalore's food joints usually shut down by 11.30 pm. That's when you can head to Hotel Empire. 

HolidayIQ Traveller Zuyyina shares, “The food is really good. Most of the Indian dishes are available at any time.”

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9. Go For A Wildlife Safari At Bannerghatta National Park

Go For A Wildlife Safari At Bannerghatta National Parksource: karnataka.com

HolidayIQ Traveller Jamuna shares, "Pack up to Bannerghatta National Park. The grand safari, main zoo and Butterfly Garden are the main attractions. I was thrilled at viewing bears freely walking, white tigers lying under the tree shade, Asian tigers jay walking and lions sitting relaxed by the roadside."

10. Take An Impulsive Trip To Nandi Hills

Take An Impulsive Trip To Nandi Hillssource: endtimeupgrade.org

HolidayIQ Traveller Karan Goswami shares, “It’s 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.” HolidayIQ Traveller Nitin Mittal adds, "Carry warm clothes along with you as the weather is super chilled. Try to reach the place before sunrise. After the sunrise, the view is totally different."

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