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Our activities are the best way to organise your holiday. You'll need a bit of planning to make the most of a trip to Bengaluru, particularly when you wish to pack in a lot of exciting activities. And we know you're itching to explore every avenue遥ou are ready to get out and play. You look forward to covering the top activities around, and an exploration of historic city neighbourhoods is a perfect way to spend an afternoon. Book group tours on Expedia, and you may find all that you are seeking and more.
Experience modern India in the big city of Bengaluru, also known as Bangalore. Bangalore is one of the most progressive cities in the country and is the centre of the country’s burgeoning IT industry, giving it the nickname of “the Silicon Valley of India”. This city is also home to many students and has many cosmopolitan areas that make up its drinking, dining and shopping scene. Historic architecture and tiger viewing safaris are also available to visitors and the underground train network makes this an easy city to navigate while avoiding congested roads.
Central District - Bangalore’s central district dates back to the British Raj years. The colonial architecture of this area remains well preserved, despite the modernisation of the rest of the city.
Richmond Town - Shopping malls and parties characterise this part of town. If you want to stock up on western commodities and enjoy the city’s nightlife this is the place to be.
Bannerghatta National Park - Bangalore has the rare advantage of being a big city with close access to wilderness with the Bannerghatta National Park on its outskirts. Many animals, including tigers and elephants, can be seen in the park by booking a forest safari.
The Bangalore Palace is the residence of the current maharaja and is a lovely place to see royal splendour. Nearby Bengaluru Fort and Tipu Sultan’s Palace are two majestic, historic buildings worth seeing. Colonial mansions, Hindu temples and modern towers are all part of the varied architecture of Bangalore which give it a unique ambience and provide tourists with many interesting photo opportunities. Picturesque Cubbon Park is a peaceful sanctuary in the city and a delightful location to relax and people watch. Near Cubbon Park is the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, one of the premier cricket stadiums of India, which is a dynamic site to watch live sports.
View pre-independence and contemporary art in the National Gallery of Modern Art, play in a stimulator machine in the Hal Aerospace Museum and take in the 12th century Indian artefacts in the Government Museum. Once you’ve had your fill of museums head to one of the city’s numerous shopping malls for some retail therapy and to eat at a western or Indian restaurant. The dining options are endless in this cutting-edge city. If you’re seeking more traditional India then explore Krishnarajendra Market to feast your eyes at the largest flower market in Asia and enjoy fresh chai and curry from a street stall. Adventure junkies may enjoy a day trip from Bengaluru to go trekking and caving in the stunning rural areas that surround the city.