Bangalore may not get as much attention as Mumbai and Delhi, but that’s not stopping it from being one of India’s fastest-growing cities. Often regarded as the Silicon Valley of India, this city looks pretty modern and polished, but its natural beauty is still one of its biggest strengths.
Lalbagh Botanical Garden
One of Bangalore’s top tourist attractions, this botanical garden was modeled on London’s Crystal Palace and it offers something for everyone. From Lake Lalbagh and Lotus pond to bird observatory and central glasshouse with countless gardens, this botanical garden will leave something else to be discovered even after hours of exploration.
Bannerghatta Biological Park
If you want to step out of the city and explore one of India’s most spectacular national parks, Bannerghatta is the place to be. It’s a popular destination for trekking and hiking, and you can find a zoo, safari park, butterfly conservatory, and much more on its grounds.
Often referred to as the “lungs of Bangalore”, Cubbon Park is one of the city’s most popular parks. In addition to being home to lush greenery, landscaped gardens, and walking paths, there are also several historical buildings and monuments located on its premises.