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Bangalore - Explore, Eat, Shop & Stay awesome

Bangalore - the silicon valley of India welcomes it's tourists with a pleasant climate. Find out the places you can explore, food you can eat, areas you can shop & best budget hotels you can book online to stay awesome with OYO Rooms.

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Bangalore - Explore, Eat, Shop & Stay awesome

  1. 1. Bangalore The Silicon Valley Of India
  2. 2. Bangalore - At a Glance #1 Best Time To Visit: October to March #2 Official Language: Kannada #3 Languages Spoken: Kannada, English, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Hindi/Urdu #4 Climate: Pleasant /Dry Tropical Savanna #5 Main Attractions: Vidana Soudha, Attara Kacheri, Lalbagh Botanical Garden , Bangalore Palace, Tipu Sultan's Palace and Fort
  3. 3. What to See? Top 5 Places to Explore in Bangalore
  4. 4. Vidana Soudha Vidana Soudha is the seat of legislature of Karnataka. This magnificent building incorporates Dravidian and Indo-Sarcenic style of architecture. An Interesting Fact: Taking 5 years to construct, nearly 15 million INR was spent on raising this building.
  5. 5. Attara Kacheri Attara Kacheri is the High Court of Karnataka and is situated just opposite to the Vidana Soudha. This two-storied building is painted in red all over! An Interesting Fact: Attara Kacheri was built in 1857, in the reign of Tipu Sultan!
  6. 6. Lalbagh Botanical Garden Spread across 240 acres of land, the Lalbagh Botanical Garden houses the rarest tropical and sub-tropical trees and plants. The garden was built in 17th Century and the main highlight of the garden is the Glass Palace which was built in 1889. An Interesting Fact: The Botanical Garden gets the name “Lalbagh” because of the red roses that bloom here throughout the year!
  7. 7. Bangalore Palace Completed in 1944, Bangalore Palace is inspired by England’s Windsor Castle. With Tudor style architecture, towers and arches, this palace has been built with utmost style and taste. An Interesting Fact: It was built by Chamaraja Wodeyar and was originally spread across 454 acres of land!
  8. 8. Tipu Sultan's Fort Originally built by Chikkadeva Raya, completely in mud, the palace was then occupied by Hyder Ali who started to build the palace with indo-Islamic Architecture. It was completed in 1791 by Tipu Sultan. An Interesting Fact: The palace courtyard housed a Hindu Temple too. Talks a lot about Tipu Sultan’s religious tolerance!
  9. 9. What Else? Wanna explore more…
  10. 10. Cubbon Park Cubbon Park is a lush green spread of exotic plants and trees across 300 acres of land in the heart of the city. It is popular amongst walkers, joggers and nature lovers. An Interesting Fact: You can also find an aquarium in the park which houses many exotic fish.
  11. 11. Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium Built in 1989, the Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium houses the Sky Theatre and the recently added “Definiti Optical Star Projector” which shows about 2 million stars. An Interesting Fact: The Planetarium attracts 2,00,000 visitors every year.
  12. 12. Ulsoor Lake An artificial Lake spread across 125 acres of land was constructed by Kempe Gowda II. An Interesting Tip: One could go for swimming in the recreational complex or enjoy boating.
  13. 13. Crazy Waters Amusement Park Situated on a hill, Crazy Waters Amusement Park has half a dozen water slides which adds a lot of splash and excitement. It is a great place to unwind and relax with your family and friends.
  14. 14. ISKCON Bangalore Inaugurated in 1997, ISKCON Temple Bangalore is one of the largest ISKCON temples in the entire world. Situated on the Hare Krishna Hill, the complex has 6 shrines.
  15. 15. What to Eat?
  16. 16. Idli Sambhar Masala Dosa One of the lightest food items, Idli is made of rice whereas the Sambhar is made with dal and other vegetables thrown in. Very different in taste and very healthy, this the most loved breakfast of the South. Dosa is a fermented crepe made with rice and lentils batter. Eaten with Sambhar or some food stuffing called “masala”, it is the staple dish of the south.
  17. 17. Bisi Bele Bhath Chandrahara With South Indian origins, Bisi Bele Bhaath is a rice lentil dish made with vegetables. A sweet dish, generally prepared during weddings is made from Maida and is loved in the southern part of the country.
  18. 18. What to Shop?
  19. 19. Bangalore Fashion
  20. 20. Commercial Street A street shopper’s paradise, Commercial Street is a kilometer long street with shops selling clothing items to silver jewellery. It is thronged with travelers, localites and especially students. One could get great bargains here.
  21. 21. Brigade Road With rows of shops selling products of international make, Brigade Road is a little high end. You can find out all the fast food joints and international brands lined here.
  22. 22. MG Road One of the busiest roads in Bangalore, MG Road has many restaurants, offices and retail stores lined. With street shops also available here, one could find the best of electronics at cheaper rates. Those could be imitations too!
  23. 23. Where to Stay?
  24. 24. Pay Less, Live Large at the best budget hotels in Bangalore by OYO Rooms
  25. 25. 24 Hours Front Desk Free High Speed Wi-Fi Complimentary Breakfast 24x7 Front Desk Super Hygienic Washrooms Spotless Linen, AC Rooms & LED TVs…
  26. 26. GandhiNagar Bannerghatta Road Brigade Road IndiraNagar MG Road
  27. 27. And above all, a great Oyo experience to make your #stayawesome Find your best budget hotel in Bangalore at http://www.oyorooms.com/bangalore

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