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Bangalore Info

  • State: Karnataka
  • Famous for/as: City
  • Altitude: 920 m
  • Pincode: 560001
  • District: Bangalore
  • Language: Kannada,Tulu
  • STD code: 080
  • Weather: Summer 19 to 37°C, Winter 15 to 32°C

History of Bangalore

Bangalore (Bengaluru) is the capital of Karnataka. It was Kempe Gowda I who set the foundation of Bangalore city. He was a nobleman who, with the support of the people, built an expansive mud and brick fort which later became central Bangalore.

Kempe Gowda II declared Bangalore’s independence1683 but lost the city to the Mughals. It eventually landed in the hands of Hyder Ali as part of the Kingdom of Mysore and then went under Tippu Sultan’s rule. 

People and Culture of Bangalore

Known as the ‘Silicon Valley of India’, it is home to several Multinational Companies. A number of people from the villages and towns on the outskirts of Bangalore travel to the city in search of employment. It has a good cosmopolitan mix in terms of population and culture, celebrating Hindu, Muslim and Christian festivals. Bangalore also has a strong Parsi community.

Things to Do in Bangalore

There are several historic sites and places to visit in Bangalore. Lal Bagh Gardens are home to more than a thousand species of flora and is teeming with visitors during their flower shows. Lal Bagh is best visited early in the morning or just before sunset, and is one of the most ideal Bangalore tourist places. The pure air, the placid lake and a rose garden make this walk enjoyable.

In the list of Bangalore places to visit, Cubbon Park is a popular destination for those with children, thanks to the toy train in the park. Filled with greenery and trees, this park is also a popular picnic spot for families. For famous places in Bangalore for history buffs, Tippu Sultan’s Summer Palace awaits, a quiet spot in the city’s heart, the summer palace is well-maintained. For those who want a fun day or find other things to do in Bangalore, the amusement park Wonderla is perfect. The park has a host of rides that are sure to thrill adults and children alike.

Food and Shopping in Bangalore

If you want to experience true south Indian street food, stop by Food Street at V.V. Puram after sunset. Hot jilebis, mosaru kodbales, piping hot dosas and cool glasses of juice or buttermilk are served fresh.

Places to see in Bangalore include Koramangala and Indiranagar. They have a host of both upscale and pocket-friendly restaurants that serve a variety of cuisines from continental, Mediterranean and even Thai!

Main shopping areas and commercial Bangalore attractions are commercial street, MG Road and Brigade Road.

Apart from just sightseeing in Bangalore, Bangalore has a host of options for entertainment. There are many trendy bars in the city that definitely must not be missed on a trip to Bangalore. Several cultural centres stage plays. You could also opt to attend a musical concert at select venues.

Accommodation in Bangalore

For transport options and figuring out how to reach Bangalore, travellers can choose from going by road, by train or by flight. From budget to 5 star hotels, Bangalore has no dearth of accommodation. Hotels such as the Marriott and the Taj groups cater to those with a higher budget. There are also various resorts in Bangalore as well as near the city such as the Angsana Spa resort and the Olde Bangalore resort for families and couples alike.


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Ashish Nayak

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  • Ashish Nayak
  • Lives in Mumbai
  • 4 Reviews
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"Wedding Occasion" new review

  • 6.5/7
  • Posted Yesterday
It was a wedding occasion and it was grand. We enjoyed every bit of it. Chatting. Eating. Gossiping. Applying Mehendi. Taking selfies, group photos. It was crazy time. Met many of our relatives and thoroughly enjoyed with them. South Indian Food was excellent (breakfast & lunch) on the wedding day. Previous day we went to a nearby restaurant "ThindiKatte" in Basavanagudi and it was mind blowing. Filter Coffee was elixir! Idli, vada saambhar, masala dosa, pongs were delicious. We ate till we got content. Even bought a Kannada Monthly magazine "Mayura" to read!
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"Nice place to visit" new review

  • 5.0/7
  • Posted 5 days ago
Nandhi Hills - Good place visit on weekend early morning. Visited with group friends. We started around 4 am in Saturday morning. We were 8 people and went by four two wheelers.

Should reach there before sunrise so that we can enjoy the beautiful climate. Thanks!
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"A city of gardens now an IT Capital also known as silicon valley." new review

  • 6.0/7
  • Posted 6 days ago
Bengaval-Uru than Bangalore and in 2006 became Bangluru, presently it is the state capital of Karnataka also referred as Silicon Valley. Situated about 3000 feet above Mean Sea Level in Southern India on Deccan plateau. Its altitude is the highest among all the largest cities of the Nation and it has always a pleasant climate throughout the year. After freedom it remains the capital of Mysore state till 1956. With 9 million population this is the third most populous city.
It remains the part of Ganga kingdom till 1004. According to legend in 12th century Hassle king Veera Bhalla II, named this city as Benda-Kaal-Uru. After the rules of Gangas, cholas and Hoysalas till 1537, it was ruled by Kempe Gowda who built a mud fort which is considered to be the foundation of modern Bangaluru as still four towers are preserved as monuments by which the city's boundaries were marked. It was later ruled by Marathas and it was captured by Mughals and sold to the Mysore Kingdom a wadiyar Dynasty. Later Bangaluru was given as a Jaagir to Nawab Hyder Ali and later it has passed to the Tipu, who was a very wise ruler and due to his efforts economy was sound enough as state progressed in silk and foreign trade. He loved the people and respected all religions whoever wish to confirm may visit Kote Venkataraman swamy Temple in Bangluru and Sri Ranganath Temple of Srirangapatnam. As cowards Britishers fail to have the control they bribe Mir Sadique who was a minister of Tipu and in Fourth Anglo-Mysore war Mysore Tiger was assassinated who played with Tigers and said it is worth to live as a Tiger for a day, to live as a sheep for 200 years.
After Tipu it has gone into the hands of Britishers though controls remains with Wadiyar who developed the old city. Britishers developed cantonment out side the old city in 1809 and a township also around.
Earlier it was having BEL, HMT, HAL, BHEL, ISRO, NIMHANS, KMF, Kannada Film Industry etc and now this IT Capital is the headquarter of Infosys, Wipro, TCS, Flipkart, Microsoft, SAP etc among these the first multinational was Texas Instrument, all are contributing a lot in City's growth as well as in GDP. This city is chosen as Headqurter by HolidayIq as they understand the potential and future of tourism industry. It is also having renowned institutes like IIM, NIFT, NID, Christ University, Bishop Cotton Boys School, Balvind Boys and Girls Schools, St. Joseph and many significant international schools as Bangalore university was founded in 1886 and more than 500 colleges are affiliated to this University etc. As it is a fastest growing Metropolitan facing infrastructure, transportation, socio-economic problems as due to heavy traffic pollution is also a major problem and every movement consumed lot of time. It has many lakes and some of them are badly polluted, Authorities must take the steps for conservation. Shivasamudra Dam was built by Deva Raya across Arkavati river at Hasaraghatta which remains a major source of water supply. Bangalore is having many lakes and tanks like Madiwala lake, Ulsoor Lake, Sanky Tank, Herbal Lake etc as no major river is passing through the city. Kempe Gowda I, constructed many lakes to meet the water requirement and in 20th century Sir Ismail commissioned Nandi Hills Waterworks to supply the water obtained from Kaveri river as still it is the major source.
The Chokkanatha Swamy temple at Domlur, the Aigandapura complex near Hesaraghatta, Mukthi Natheshwara Temple at Binnamangala, Choleshwara Temple at Begur, Someshwara Temple at Madiwala, date from the Chola era and Gowdas Gavi Gangadhareshwara, Kadu Malleshwara, Dharmarayswamy are the ancient temples. After Britishers Hudson Church, Trinity Church, East Parade Church, Sacred Heart Church, Mark's Cathedral etc were built and the Jama Masjid was built in 1835. It has many hospitals as Victoria was inaugurated by Lord Curzon in 1900 and the first School was St. Joseph.
Old city and the Britisher's bungalows are turned to the modern apartments and shopping malls like Forum, Phoenix, Bakasur, 1 MG Road, Innovative, More Mega Marts, Croma for electronic and electrical goods, and leading brands of garments, jewellery and many arts and crafts showrooms like Caveri etc. It has very famous MG Road, Brigade Road, Residency Road, Infantry road, Commercial Street, Chick Pet etc.
It has Turf Club, Chhinnaswamy Cricket Stadium, Football Stadium, Hockey Stadium and few indoor stadiums, Lawn Tennis is also getting popular. Many prestigious tournaments are held as most popular IPL. Lalo Bagh, Cubbon Park, Vidhan Soudha, High Court, Bangalore Palace of Wadiyar, Tipu's Palace, Tipu's Fort, ISKON Temple, Raghvendra Swamy Matha, Fish Aquarium, Karnataka Chhitashala, Gandhi Bhavan, Karnataka Museum, Visvesvariah Technical Museum, Indira Gandhi Musical Fountain, Wonder la a modern theme park etc are the major attractions.  
City is spreader in a large area and many fashionable townships are erected like Electronic City, KR Puram, Indira Nagar, Ashoka Pillar, etc and Richmond town, Austin Town, Neelsandra, Shanthi Nagar, Shivaji Nagar, Benson town etc are having the fragrace of the past. BDA is playing a major role in overall development. City's infrastructure needs to be improved as existing flyovers and ring roads are not capable to handle the heavy traffic. Kalasipalyam is a major transporters area. City often face the water problem in summers and many sewer treatment plants are commissioned but not enough. Many prestigious builders and developers are contributing in its development like Salarpuria, Sobha, Prestige etc.
People are fond of cinema and there are many as Sharda was built in 1946 and many cine-plexes like Urvashi etc. Once it was famous for its Ca-berates like Napoli, Talk Of The Town, Bamboo Grove, Savera, Ren Douz Vous etc and now Pubs culture is growing. It has many Luxurious hotels like Hayat, Oberoi, Taj etc and many medium and budget hotels like the Curzon Court, The Park, The Monarch, Grand Continent Hotel, The Grand Krishna, Pai Vihar Boarding & Lodging, Hotel Maya International, Museum Inn, Hotel Plaza, Hotel Mayura etc. It has many famous Bars and multi cuisine Restaurants like Hard Rock Cafe, Sauz, The Grill House, Garam Naram Punjabi Dhaba, good Dhani, Nanda's, 4 Seasons, Brigade Garden's Restaurant, Laksh Deep, Anna Kuteera, Bangalore Days, Cafe Coffee Day, Kumarakom in HSR layout, Pizza Hut, Star Briyani, Bavarchi etc and with very innovative concepts Barbeque Nation and Rasta are getting quite popular among the locals and visitors. Road sides vendors are serving generally tea and Udipi dishes and are very popular and it has many Udipi restaurants served regional cuisines which are pure vegetarian like Kamath, Sukh Sagar, Shiv Sagar etc.
Bangalore is having now Kempe Gowda International Airport and it is almost connected to every part of the world including Nation, Road connectivity is also excellent as many travel operators are running the luxurious busses to all major cities like Chennai, Hyderabad, Trivendarum, Goa etc and is also providing a better connectivity with neighbouring states and towns. Krantivira Sangolli Rayanna Railway Station is the central railway station and trains are available to every corner of the Nation. Local transport is also good as Ola, Uber, Auto Rickshaws, Busses, Private Busses are connecting to whole city though Metro is in limited areas.
Due to high altitude generally a moderate climate remains throughout the year otherwise it is considered as tropical savanna climate.
Bangalore is known as the Garden City of India as it is having pleasant climate, wide roads, parks as Lalo Bagh which was founded by Hyder Ali in 1740 and Tipu Sultan added many subtropical plants, lake for beautification and Glass house was added by John and conceived horticultural shows, it is considered one of the most richly diverse botanical gardens in South Asia, Cubbon Park etc. It was also known as Pub Capital and Rock Capital. Bangalore celebrates many festivals like Karaga, Someshwara Car festival, Karnataka Rajyotsava, Ugadi, Ramnavmi, Eid-Ul-Fitr, Dassera, Deepavali, Mary's feast, Ganesh Chaturthi, Christmas etc.
It has never dominated in contemporary art but Kannada literature is very rich and since 2012 Bangalore Literature Festival is celebrated. As it houses the Kannada film Industry also having a great affection for theatre culture and Indian classical dances and music, it has many famous theatres like Ravindra Kalashetra, Ranga Shankara, Chowdiah Memorial hall, British Council etc.
It is the first city where 4G was started, free Wi-Fi at particular locations since 2014. This growth may be credited to the first telegraphic service which was commenced in 1853 and Rail to Madras in 1864. This City is quite vibrant, people are quite religious, sporting, having rich culture and great hospitality. Many print media companies and electronic media companies are having their headquarters or sub headquarters. In 1990 here the Internet services were started and it is having highest broadband connections.  Kuppali Venkatappa Puttappa popularly known as Kuvempu a Kannada Novelist, Poet, Playwriter, Thinker etc was a great noble personality of Modern Bangalore and Rahul Dravid, Anil Kumble the top line cricketers are also from Bangalore. Our Father of Nation Mahatma Gandhi visited twice, its a place to visit again and again.
In-spite of rapid growth and development, vestiges of the City's historic past are still found in the streets of old Bangalore, south of the city centre. In contrast to the relentless modernisation of the rest of Bangalore, this area contains monument from the period of the Gowdas to that of Hyder Ali and Tipu Sultan, and bears witness to the city's history from the 16th to the 19th centuries. There are many signs of British Rule and their presence and now it is a most popular and modern city as it is wholly transformed into a high tech city and still many works are underprogress.
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"A city of gardens now an IT Capital also known as silicon valley." new review

  • 6.0/7
  • Posted 6 days ago
Bengaval-Uru than Bangalore and in 2006 became Bangluru, presently it is the state capital of Karnataka also referred as Silicon Valley. Situated about 3000 feet above Mean Sea Level in Southern India on Deccan plateau. Its altitude is the highest among all the largest cities of the Nation and it has always a pleasant climate throughout the year. After freedom it remains the capital of Mysore state till 1956. With 9 million population this is the third most populous city.
It remains the part of Ganga kingdom till 1004. According to legend in 12th century Hassle king Veera Bhalla II, named this city as Benda-Kaal-Uru. After the rules of Gangas, cholas and Hoysalas till 1537, it was ruled by Kempe Gowda who built a mud fort which is considered to be the foundation of modern Bangaluru as still four towers are preserved as monuments by which the city's boundaries were marked. It was later ruled by Marathas and it was captured by Mughals and sold to the Mysore Kingdom a wadiyar Dynasty. Later Bangaluru was given as a Jaagir to Nawab Hyder Ali and later it has passed to the Tipu, who was a very wise ruler and due to his efforts economy was sound enough as state progressed in silk and foreign trade. He loved the people and respected all religions whoever wish to confirm may visit Kote Venkataraman swamy Temple in Bangluru and Sri Ranganath Temple of Srirangapatnam. As cowards Britishers fail to have the control they bribe Mir Sadique who was a minister of Tipu and in Fourth Anglo-Mysore war Mysore Tiger was assassinated who played with Tigers and said it is worth to live as a Tiger for a day, to live as a sheep for 200 years.
After Tipu it has gone into the hands of Britishers though controls remains with Wadiyar who developed the old city. Britishers developed cantonment out side the old city in 1809 and a township also around.
Earlier it was having BEL, HMT, HAL, BHEL, ISRO, NIMHANS, KMF, Kannada Film Industry etc and now this IT Capital is the headquarter of Infosys, Wipro, TCS, Flipkart, Microsoft, SAP etc among these the first multi national was Texas Instrument, all are contributing a lot in City's growth as well as in GDP. It is also having renowned institutes like IIM, NIFT, NID, Christ University, Bishop Cotton Boys School, Balvind Boys and Girls Schools, St. Joseph and many significant international schools as Bangalore university was founded in 1886 and more than 500 colleges are affiliated to this University etc. As it is a fastest growing Metropolitan facing infrastructure, transportation, socio-economic problems as due to heavy traffic pollution is also a major problem and every movement consumed lot of time. It has many lakes and some of them are badly polluted, Authorities must take the steps for conservation. Shivasamudra Dam was built by Deva Raya across Arkavati river at Hasaraghatta which remains a major source of water supply. Bangalore is having many lakes and tanks like Madiwala lake, Ulsoor Lake, Sanky Tank, Herbal Lake etc as no major river is passing through the city. Kempe Gowda I, constructed many lakes to meet the water requirement and in 20th century Sir Ismail commissioned Nandi Hills Waterworks to supply the water obtained from Kaveri river as still it is the major source.
The Chokkanatha Swamy temple at Domlur, the Aigandapura complex near Hesaraghatta, Mukthi Natheshwara Temple at Binnamangala, Choleshwara Temple at Begur, Someshwara Temple at Madiwala, date from the Chola era and Gowdas Gavi Gangadhareshwara, Kadu Malleshwara, Dharmarayswamy are the ancient temples. After Britishers Hudson Church, Trinity Church, East Parade Church, Sacred Heart Church, Mark's Cathedral etc were built and the Jama Masjid was built in 1835. It has many hospitals as Victoria was inaugurated by Lord Curzon in 1900 and the first School was St. Joseph.
Old city and the Britisher's bungalows are turned to the modern apartments and shopping malls like Forum, Phoenix, Bakasur, 1 MG Road, Innovative etc. It has very famous MG Road, Brigade Road, Residency Road, Infantry road, Commercial Street, Chick Pet etc.
It has Turf Club, Chhinnaswamy Cricket Stadium, Football Stadium, Hockey Stadium and few indoor stadiums, Lawn Tennis is also getting popular. Many prestigious tournaments are held as most popular IPL. Lalo Bagh, Cubbon Park, Vidhan Soudha, High Court, Bangalore Palace of Wadiyar, Tipu's Palace, Tipu's Fort, ISKON Temple, Raghvendra Swamy Matha, Fish Aquarium, Karnataka Chhitashala, Gandhi Bhavan, Karnataka Museum, Visvesvariah Technical Museum, Indira Gandhi Musical Fountain, Wonder la a modern theme park etc are the major attractions.  
City is spreader in a large area and many fashionable townships are erected like Electronic City, KR Puram, Indira Nagar, Ashoka Pillar, etc and Richmond town, Austin Town, Neelsandra, Shanthi Nagar, Shivaji Nagar, Benson town etc are having the fragrace of the past. Kalasipalyam is a major transporters area. City often face the water problem in summers and many sewer treatment plants are commissioned but not enough. Many prestigious builders and developers are contributing in its development like Salarpuria, Sobha, Prestige etc.
People are fond of cinema and there are many as Sharda was built in 1946 and many cine-plexes like Urvashi etc. Once it was famous for its Ca-berates like Napoli, Talk Of The Town, Bamboo Grove, Savera, Ren Douz Vous etc and now Pubs culture is growing. It has many Luxurious hotels like Hayat, Oberoi, Taj etc and many medium and budget hotels like the Curzon Court, The Park, The Monarch, Grand Continent Hotel, The Grand Krishna, Pai Vihar Boarding & Lodging, Hotel Maya International, Museum Inn, Hotel Plaza, Hotel Mayura etc. It has many famous Bars and multi cuisine Restaurants like Hard Rock Cafe, Sauz, The Grill House, Garam Naram Punjabi Dhaba, good Dhani, Nanda's, 4 Seasons, Brigade Garden's Restaurant, Laksh Deep, Anna Kuteera, Bangalore Days, Cafe Coffee Day, Kumarakom in HSR layout, Pizza Hut, Star Briyani, Bavarchi etc and with very innovative concepts Barbeque Nation and Rasta are getting quite popular among the locals and visitors. Road sides vendors are serving generally tea and Udipi dishes and are very popular and it has many Udipi restaurants served regional cuisines which are pure vegetarian like Kamath, Sukh Sagar, Shiv Sagar etc.
Bangalore is having now Kempe Gowda International Airport and it is almost connected to every part of the world including Nation, Road connectivity is also excellent as many travel operators are running the luxurious busses to all major cities like Chennai, Hyderabad, Trivendarum, Goa etc and is also providing a better connectivity with neighbouring states and towns. Krantivira Sangolli Rayanna Railway Station is the central railway station and trains are available to every corner of the Nation. Local transport is also good as Ola, Uber, Auto Rickshaws, Busses, Private Busses are connecting to whole city though Metro is in limited areas.
Due to high altitude generally a moderate climate remains throughout the year otherwise it is considered as tropical savanna climate.
Bangalore is known as the Garden City of India as it is having pleasant climate, wide roads, parks as Lalo Bagh which was founded by Hyder Ali in 1740 and Tipu Sultan added many subtropical plants, lake for beautification and Glass house was added by John and conceived horticultural shows, it is considered one of the most richly diverse botanical gardens in South Asia, Cubbon Park etc. It was also known as Pub Capital and Rock Capital. Bangalore celebrates many festivals like Karaga, Someshwara Car festival, Karnataka Rajyotsava, Ugadi, Ramnavmi, Eid-Ul-Fitr, Dassera, Deepavali, Mary's feast, Ganesh Chaturthi, Christmas etc.
It has never dominated in contemporary art but Kannada literature is very rich and since 2012 Bangalore Literature Festival is celebrated. As it houses the Kannada film Industry also having a great affection for theatre culture and Indian classical dances and music, it has many famous theatres like Ravindra Kalashetra, Ranga Shankara, Chowdiah Memorial hall, British Council etc.
It is the first city where 4G was started, free Wi-Fi at particular locations since 2014. This growth may be credited to the first telegraphic service which was commenced in 1853 and Rail to Madras in 1864. This City is quite vibrant, people are quite religious, sporting, having rich culture and great hospitality. Many print media companies and electronic media companies are having their headquarters or sub headquarters. In 1990 here the Internet services were started and it is having highest broadband connections.  Kuppali Venkatappa Puttappa popularly known as Kuvempu a Kannada Novelist, Poet, Playwriter, Thinker etc was a great noble personality of Modern Bangalore and Rahul Dravid, Anil Kumble the top line cricketers are also from Bangalore. Our Father of Nation Mahatma Gandhi visited twice, its a place to visit again and again.
In-spite of rapid growth and development, vestiges of the City's historic past are still found in the streets of old Bangalore, south of the city centre. In contrast to the relentless modernisation of the rest of Bangalore, this area contains monument from the period of the Gowdas to that of Hyder Ali and Tipu Sultan, and bears witness to the city's history from the 16th to the 19th centuries. There are many signs of British Rule and their presence and now it is a most popular and modern city as it is wholly transformed into a high tech city and still many works are underprogress.
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"Metropolitan city and rich with all facilities" new review

  • 5.0/7
  • Posted 2 weeks ago
Bangalore is a metropolitan city and rich with all facilities. I'm very much excited with Bangalore trip. Very good place to see and enjoy. There are many shopping malls, cool climate and super places to roam around. All types of people you can come across in Bangalore.
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  • Imran Pasha
  • Lives in Mysore
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"Bangalore visit" new review

  • 7.0/7
  • Posted 2 weeks ago
It's an another economic city of India, their are biggest malls like UB city, mantri mall, Orion mall, Bangalore central and meenakshi mall where shopping lovers have variety of products to choose from, also their are bigger Park's like cubbon park and Lalo Bagh to relax with your friends and family, Then around 140km from Bangalore you have a historical city of Mysore, where you can find lots of palaces and other sighting ..
You can make an memorable journey if you visit with your family.
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Rohit Gangwar

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  • Rohit Gangwar
  • Lives in Bareilly
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"Awesome" new review

  • 5.5/7
  • Posted 2 weeks ago
Weather is good. I took idly and dosa and I like it. I visited many places. Transport of Bangalore is good buses come very frequently but it's expensive too. I found here various variety of rise and bananas. I saw on every shop they sell banana. I think Bangalore needs Metro because traffic is the worst case for Bangalore specially in morning and in evening. One day I completed my journey of 20KM in 02:30 hr.
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"Nidhi" new review

  • 5.0/7
  • Posted 3 weeks ago
We visit historical places there like Vidhan soudha, Tipu's summer palace, Cubbon park etc. Then theme part innovative city, snow city. Safari at Bannergattha national park was awesome. Kids enjoyed a lot. Innovative film city we find good but snow city is not value for money. Ticket is priced quite high for just 45 minutes. We could not able to manage all rides.
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  • Pranav Raj
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"A good place with awesome weather condition" new review

  • 5.0/7
  • Posted 3 weeks ago
After visiting this place more than 100 times I finally can say that if you want to earn more then this place is suitable for you. As the corporate in this place will offer you more money as compared to any other part of the country. Same company will have less salary package compared to other city. When we talk about weather it's just awesome and romantic. The very bad aspect of the city is its crowd and large traffic volumes. At peak office trimming you have to be very patient as it will take more than hours to travel at least 10 km. There are many beautiful places like UB City, Brigade road, mg board and very great offices building including Bosch, Accenture, Amazon, Google, Cadence and many more. This place is also favour startups to incubate & grow.
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"Charming Place" new review

  • 6.0/7
  • Posted 4 weeks ago
First and foremost I loved the malls. Mcdonald, Kfc and other small eateries were wonderful. Most of our time was spent on Brigade Road. Liked the "Metro" but it's too crowded in the evenings. The Tandoori Joint at MG road is excellent. The Booze shop at the end of Brigade Road is a cheat. Charges well over the MRP rate, motto, take it or leave it. The traffic gives you the jitters all around Bangalore. Most travellers have no patience whatsoever. The Rickshaws over charge in most cases. Rains occasionally. Climate Good.
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