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6:00 am – 6:00 pm
Adult Rs.10/- Children ( Below 12 years) Free
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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.
Nancy Johri
Santhosh Thiyagarajan
Next stop is lalbhag took an walk around the park for a out an hour. There was a mango mela stalls set up inside the park.
Sreshti Verma
2. Have an evening picnic at the Glasshouse of Lal BaghA 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.
Payal Mathur
1. Lalbagh Botanical GardenThis is the very pride of the city of Bangalore. This lush green space stretches over a land of 240 acres in the very heart of Bangalore city. What originally began as a private garden for the royalty, today is a world-famous center for botanical study. It is also Bangalore’s most famous tourist attraction. It houses a huge variety of both tropical and non-native plants, sprawled across varying terrains. Twice a year, on 15th August and 26th January it also hosts a beautiful flower show. If you’re in Bangalore around these dates, don’t forget to check it out.
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! :)