Top 6 Natural Attractions In Bangalore

by Stay Mango Mango Hotels
The “Silicon Valley of India” Bangalore is also known as the Garden City Of India due to vast greenness covering the city. Tourists staying in the budget hotels in Bangalore tends to relax and chill in the parks and gardens of the city rather than going to the multiplexes and malls. Here are 6 natural attraction in Bangalore:

1. Cubbon Park

The 300 acres Cubbon Park is home to more than 600 varieties of trees of 96 different species.  For tourists staying hotels in Bangalore near M.G road, Cubbon Park is a perfect place for recreational walk or just spending time with family and friends. Presence of toy train inside the park makes it a favorite amongst kids.

2. Lal Bagh Botanical Garden

The Lal Bagh (Red Garden) Botanical Garden was created by Hyder Ali in 1760. It has more than one thousand diverse species of floras and is home to the largest collection of tropical plants in India. Some of the attractions in the garden includes a glass house, aquarium and the famous 3000 years old Lal Bagh Rock. It also has a beautiful lake inside it.

3. Ulsoor Lake

People flock to the Ulsoor lake to witness the beautiful sunrise and sunset over various small islands. Boating in the lake water is an exhilarating experience. There are also fountains and playground area for children around the lake.

4. Shivanasamudra Falls

Shivanasamudra Falls is a famous trekking site for tourists. People come here to witness the scintillating waterfall and the greenery all around it. To enhance the experience of the tourists, boat rides are also available.

5. Bannerghatta National Park

Bannerghatta National Park is home to tigers, elephants, Indian gazelles, wild boars, barking deer, common langur and many other animal species. There is a butterfly farm inside the park. Zoo safaris are available for visitors to get a glimpse of the diverse flora and fauna of the park. The park is also a good site for trekking and hiking. Many old temples are situated in and around the park.

6. Hebbal Lake

If you are a bird lover, then there’s no better place to visit in Bangalore than the Hebbal Lake.  Everyday around 60-70 bird species can be seen easily. According to the locals over 350 species of birds have been spotted in this 400 years old lake.

Despite the advancement of IT sector and other business hubs, Bangalore has been able to maintain its serenity and greenery due to the presence of these gardens, lakes and waterfalls. The natural surroundings have allowed the people to take some time out from their busy and stressful life and relax and spend quality time with the near and dear ones.

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