Bangalore is known for its nightlife, gardens, culture and the amazing vibe. Famously known as the IT Hub of India and the Garden City. Busy streets and Busy work life along with some fun is what people love Bangalore for. But have you explore Bangalore in total?
Weekend getaways are a go to thing post the hectic work schedules, but why not explore our own city and enjoy the short staycation with thrill and joy.
1. Wonderla Amusement Park
Are you looking for some fun and adventure along with family and friends? Enjoy 60+ rides be it water or land rides, name it and you have it.
Head out from your boring schedules and enjoy a thrilling and adventurous day, in one of India's best Amusement parks.
2. The Big Banyan Tree
Famously known as Dodda Aalada Mara, in the local language. It is a 400-old-year banyan Tree, spread across an area of 300 acres and is one of it's largest in it's own kind.
This is one amazing Picnic spot under the natural breeze of a tree and scenic view. Head out after after a hectic day at work to breathe in some fresh air.
Looking for some serenity and refreshing experiences? Then you should visit this popularly called TK Falls in Bangalore. This road route is famous among the bikers. this is also called as "Swarna Mukhi falls" or "Golden Falls" and why is it called so? Here's why- The reason for this is that the waterfall regularly receives direct sunshine during the day, giving it the appearance of a golden waterfall.
So why not enjoy this serene view along with some adventure and refresh yourself along with you friends and family.
4. HAL Aerospace Museum
Bangalore's HAL Heritage Centre & Aerospace Museum is a virtual wonderland for aviation lovers and history buffs, providing a remarkable experience that is both entertaining and educational.
This Aerospace Museum, which opened in 2001, allows visitors to immerse themselves in technical, historical, and scientific knowledge about aerospace and aviation. This museum educates visitors on a variety of topics relating to aerospace, such as traffic control, simulators, and sustainable development techniques.
5. Devanahalli Fort
Devanahalli is the known as the birth place of Tipu Sultan. This fort is situated on the NH7 near the Bangalore International Airport. This fort is spread over 20 acres.
Since the 15th century, this Fort has been subjected to numerous seizures and attacks, but it still stands strong and proud today. This Fort is an excellent place to visit for anyone interested in mythology, culture, and history.
Want to get back to experience 15th century feels? Then this a place you should be visiting.
A suburb located near the NH44 and is popularly known as Jakkur Airdome or Jakkur Lake. This place holds one of the oldest flying schools in the country. Apart from being famous for the flying school it is also famous for the Lake, which is a source of drinking water to the nearby villages.
If your a person who loves flying high up in the sky with all the thrill and leaving away all the fear behind, and breathing in the fresh air, then you should truly visit this place, and experience the best Microblading flying.
7. Ramnagar Wine Yard
Who doesn't love to sip on some wine at least once a while, and what if you could do the same while strolling through a wine yard, amazing isn't? Yes, this is possible at the Ramnagar Wine yard, where you could stroll around the wine yard and taste some top notch wine as well.
The three activities in this vineyard include learning about the history of wine, roaming around the winery and witnessing the production process, and finally bottling.
8. Innovative Film City
Famously known as the Big Boss House. Net cricket, a bull ride, go-karting, boating, and more activities are available for families to enjoy. Dino Park, Haunted Mansion, Fossil Museum, and many other attractions are available at Film City.
Whether you want to shop, eat, walk about and explore, or relive your childhood, Film City has something for everyone.
9. Kotilingeshwara Temple
Famous for it's tallest and largest Shivalinga in Asia, with more than 2 lacs devotees visiting this place.
The temple's lakhs of lingas will astound and fascinate you. The temple also has a 108-foot Shiva Linga and a 35-foot tall Nandi, making it one of the world's largest. Visiting the temple and paying respect to God is a popular day trip. Between Bangarapet and Bethamangala, it is located in the village of Kammasandra.
10. Bannerghatta National Park
This park, which is located in Bengaluru, Karnataka, offers a guided bus tour of the park's 6 km of safari roads, which is designed specifically for safari enthusiasts and foreign tourists.
In addition, Bannerghatta enchants visitors with its ancient temples and is a renowned hiking and trekking destination among the top places to visit near Bangalore.
So where would you be visiting for a short city around the city? Drop down in your favorites in the comments section below.
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