Best time to visit7:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Open hours5:00 AM - 8:00 PM, Closed on Mondays and 2nd Tuesdays of every month
Things to doRelax, hangout, walk
Best MonthsAll year
Traveller TypesFamilies, Friends
Rank12 out of 274 attractions in Bangalore
This is a very important landmark of Bangalore and is named after Sir Mark Cubbon, who served as the governor of Mysore for the longest period. Later in the 19th century, this park was named as Raja Chamarajendra Park, after the king of Mysore. The more popular name is still Cubbon Park as it is easier to pronounce. There are over 6000 species of plants here including some very rare ones. The Silver Oak planted here was the first kind of Oak ever introduced here and was brought down from Australia. The Statues of Queen Elizabeth, Prince Edward II are also erected over here. This park is a favorite of morning and evening walkers, nature lovers and children especially.
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Take an evening stroll at Cubbon Park
This is the biggest park in Bangalore. Various trees were there in the park and is the best place for Lovers. Closer to UB City, M.G Road, Brigade Rd.
We set out for a quite walk in the cubbon park in the early morning. The dew drops and warming early heat from the sun energises you for a brisk walk in this greenery. Feel each dew in the grass get ready for a new start. Take your favourite book and have a good relaxing time under the tree. There are many gigantic trees from the Gulmohar to mango. Get a book from the public library inside the park and enjoy your time in a corner.This is the world of a book lover along with the admiring colours of roses over there. At time you will be visited by the cuckoos and Robins enjoy their company.
We begin the journey at Cubbon Park, situated in the heart of Bangalore this park filled with greenery and serves a perfect point to start the journey. The park has been The tour beings at around 7 am.