The Bull Temple (Bangalore)  The Vidhana Soudha (Bangalore)  Tipu Sultan's Palace (Bangalore) 
Lalbagh (Bangalore)  Cubbon Park (Bangalore)  Bal Bhavan (Bangalore) 
Sri Gavi Gangadhareswara Temple (Bangalore)  The Planetarium (Bangalore)  Aquarium (Bangalore) 
Ulsoor Lake (Bangalore)  Whitefield Ashram (Around Bangalore)  Bannerghatta National Park (Around Bangalore) 
Nrityagram (Around Bangalore)  Nandi Hill (Around Bangalore)  Ramohalli (Around Bangalore) 
Muthyalamaduvu (Around Bangalore)  Ramangaram (Around Bangalore)  Attara Kacheri (Bangalore)  
Venkatappa Art Gallery (Bangalore)   Seshadri Iyer Memorial Hall (Bangalore)  ISKCON Temple (Bangalore) 
The Bull Temple (Bangalore)
One of the oldest temples in the city, built by Kempe Gowda -- the founder of Bangalore. This temple is dedicated to Nandi, the sacred bull.
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The Vidhana Soudha (Bangalore)
A magnificent, 4 storeyed building housing the state legislative assembly and the secretariat. The salient feature of the building is it's architectural combination of ancient and modern styles blended into harmony. The building is illuminated on Sunday evenings.
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Tipu Sultan's Palace (Bangalore)
One of his summer retreats, built in 1791, this is a two-storeyed ornate wooden stucture with pillars, arches and balconies.
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Lalbagh (Bangalore)
This 240 acres landscape park is home to some very old trees and rare species of tropical and sub-tropical plants.
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Cubbon Park (Bangalore)
In the city of gardens, Bangalore, the Cubbon is a beautiful park, sprawling across 300 acres. It was laid in 1864 by Lord Cubbon.
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Bal Bhavan (Bangalore)
Bal Bhavan whizzes you into childhood. Skin along in a boat, trot up a pony ride, chug around in a toy train, wander about in the foir ground, dress up your mind in the theatre. It's all there in Bal Bhavan - a bumper package of fun and entertainment.
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Sri Gavi Gangadhareswara Temple (Bangalore)
The temple, famous for sunlight ray, is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is a natural cave, carved out of a monolithic stone.
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The Planetarium (Bangalore)
It is located on the Sankey road and has shows on all days except Mondays. Starting from 6.15 hours.
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Aquarium (Bangalore)
The Bangalore aquarium is the second largest in the country. It is an ideal place to see a large variety of aqua-fauna at close quarters.
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Ulsoor Lake (Bangalore)
Centrally located Ulsoor Lake, spread over an area of 1.5 sq.km, is dotted with picturesque tiny islands. It is an ideal place for sight-seeing, boating and shopping. It is the centre of attraction during the Ganesh festival in Aug-Sept.
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Whitefield Ashram (Around Bangalore)
About 20 km east of Bangalore, is the summer ashram of Sri Sathya Sai Baba, where he is usually in residence from Mar-Jul.
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Bannerghatta National Park (Around Bangalore)
Located 22 km south, amidst sylvan surroundings, this park has a crocodile and a snake farm, a tiger and a lion safariare is also conducted here.
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Nrityagram (Around Bangalore)
The famous dance village -- Nrityagram, 30 km north-west of Bangalore, was established in the early 1990's. Here young dancers are trained in all disciplines of the traditional Indian dance.
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Nandi Hill (Around Bangalore)
Nandi Hills, 60 km north of Bangalore, is a small hill-station. It was one of the retreats of the tiger of Mysore. Tipu's Drop, a 600 mt high cliff-face, offers a magnificent view.
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Ramohalli (Around Bangalore)
A popular picnic spot, 28 km west of Bangalore is famous for it's 400 year old banyan tree. The giant tree spreads over an area of 3 acres.
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Muthyalamaduvu (Around Bangalore)
Muthyalamaduvu or pearl valley, 40 km from Bangalore is known for it's verdant surroundings and beautiful water-falls. It is a very popular picnic spot.
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Ramangaram (Around Bangalore)
This beautiful landscape spot is popular with rock climbers, it lies 49 kms south-west of Bangalore. It is also an important silk-cocoon marketing centre.
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Attara Kacheri (Bangalore)
Directly opposite to the Vidhana Souda is the State High court. This magnificent building was constructed in 1867 in the Gothic Style of architecture.
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Venkatappa Art Gallery (Bangalore)
One of the country's oldest art museums this gallery houses many interesting antiques and archeological objects. The gallery is closed on Wednesday.
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Seshadri Iyer Memorial Hall (Bangalore)
This houses the State Central Library. This place has a rich collection of reference books. Works between 0830 and 1900 all through the week except on Mondays.
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ISKCON Temple (Bangalore)
The ISKCON provides much more for the soul, than those rituals. ISKCON are centers of spiritual learning through Godly association. Centers where a visitor is inspired to learn more about Spiritual life. There is a magnificent main temple hall which houses the altars of Their Lordships Sri Radha Krishna-Chandra, Sri Krishna Balarama & Sri Nitai Gouranga. Also one can see the Golden Chandelier that is shaped a inverted Lotus Flower.
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