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Lalbagh Botanical Garden

The Lalbagh Botanical Garden located in Bangalore is a very popular botanical garden in southern India spread over an area of 240 acres. The garden was said to be started by Hyder Ali- Ruler of Mysore and was finished by his successor Tipu Sultan. The Lalbagh Botanical Garden has a very famous Glass House which hosts the annual flower show. This Garden has the widest collection of tropical plants in India. The Botanical garden has a very beautiful lake and is one of the major tourist destinations in the city. The Lalbagh Botanical Garden surrounds a tower which was erected by the founder of Bangalore, Kempe Gowda. The park has many rare species of plants from various international countries as well, and has trees which are over 100 years old. Another major attraction in the Park is the Lalbagh Rock, which is one of the oldest rocks on earth.
Gautam Singh
If you think about most beautiful things in the sky, you will never forget to include rising Sun and rainbows. Now imagine, if you see both of it in a single frame in not-so expected place! :)
Anil Kumar
MTR (Mavalli Tiffin Room)Serving Bangalore from almost nine decades, this restaurant has become a landmark and also one of the iconic places to visit in Bangalore. The favourite past time of many people in the city of walking around lalbagh in the morning and then having a masala dose or rava idli with a strong coffee is still being followed as a culture.What people love to have here:MTR claims to be the inventor of the popular South-Indian breakfast item, Rava Idli and people love it the most.Type:Vegetarian.
Sreshti Verma
A visit to Lal Bagh Botanical Gardens is another activity that should be on the top of your list of things to do in Bangalore. Its inception dates go back to the 18th century, when Hyder Ali decided to replicate the mighty Mughal Gardens. But the credit of making Lal Bagh an iconic national structure goes to Tipu Sultan, who not only expanded it to a massive 40 acres but also brought plants from different corners of the world to create a conservatory of around 300 species. There are some stunning places to have a cozy picnic inside Lal Bagh, like by the lake, near the Kempegowda Tower, under the 100-year-old trees or by the golden-lit Glasshouse.
Ronak Jain
• Timings : 6AM to 6.30 PM• Nearest Metro Station : Lalbagh Station of Green Line (300 mtrs from west gate)• Entry fee: Rs 20 Per PersonLocated in the heart of city, built around a tower built by Kempegowda, the founder of Bengaluru, Lalbagh is a prime tourist attraction. Spread over around 250 acres, having variety of flora and fauna, trees more than 100 years old, it is a delight for photographers and nature lovers. The most fascinating part being the garden’s internal irrigation system. The garden also features an aquarium, a lake, different themed gardens and is home to the famous Glass house, similar to London’s crystal palace, which host two annual flower shows. The metro station is situated near the west gate, which opens up to the lake. You can take e-vehicle to explore the main sections of the garden.2. Breakfast at Vidyarthi Bhavan, KR Market or MTR, Lalbagh RdVidyarthi Bhavan, KR Market
priyanka kakade
After that we had our lunch and went to Lalbagh Botanical Garden which is nearly 20 mins away from Tipu sultan's palace . You have pay 20 rs. entry fee and get inside . Lalbagh is very huge and dense garden i ever seen .It has running tracks and benches all over and variety of trees, plants and bushes . It nearly takes 3-4 hours to see complete garden which has lake , Glass mahal inside garden area . They have flower show around Glass mahal in mid of August which is quite attraction for tourists .