I was here to attend a house warming ceremony, and could witness the culture from real close. Here’s a bit about Bangalore. Bangaloreans are very warm and helpful to tourists, goods are reasonably cheap and transport is equally convenient. Weather is very pleasant, and the city is abound with vegetation. In a nutshell, it is an ideal destination for solo travelers.
I was in the city for 3 days, however 1 day was reserved for the ceremony. The entire blog is about the other 2 days, and what Bangalore had to offer me in the ranges of shopping and food. When I travel, I make sure to keep it hassle-free. I don’t cram my tour with a lot of things to do. After all, we tour to relax and charge ourselves to get set for days to come
Kempegowda International Airport:
Since I was with my family, I had a thick wallet. We reached Bangalore by flight, at around 8 in the morning. Bangalore’s Kempegowda International Airport is very dynamic, and offers a plethora of choices in food.
I gorged on a Kathi roll (a Bengali delicacy) at Kathi zone, and the highly acclaimed Bella Kaapi (coffee) at Hatti Kaapi. This brightened my day, and I was all set to explore and relive the city!
Transport is readily available at the airport, despite being located on the outskirts of the city. The airport is well networked with the city with buses and cabs. We took an OLA cab to reach our hotel. A small tip for enthusiasts like me, always choose OLA Prime for long distances, to experience a superior and flawless ride. OLA Prime provides you with a screen with internet, and lets you browse through various options in music, videos, news, movies.