Witness the Diverse Colors of Bengaluru With KSTDC

by KSTDC India Official page of Karnataka State Tourism Developme

Bangalore is known as the Silicon Valley of India or the Science City of India as it is the IT hub of the nation. It was also nicknamed as the Garden City because it's the third greenest city of India. The vibrant cosmopolitan city Bengaluru has pleasant climate all-year-round. 

Bengaluru is the third most populated and second fastest growing metropolis of India. It's also the fourth highest contributor to the GDP of India after Mumbai, Delhi and Chennai. 

The combination of sun and rain act as the main reason for the attraction amongst the travelers.

Bangalore tour packages offer plenty of things to the visitors across the globe which involves beautiful architectural wonders as well as several exclusive natural beauty spots. Some of the major tourist attractions offered by Bengaluru are listed below.

Bannerghatta Zoological Park

Bannerghatta National Park initiated in 1971, aimed towards conservation, preservation and the promotion of ecotourism and endangered species. The park attracts several thousand visitors each year with a range of animals, varying from panthers, cats, tigers and black bears.

Jnanakshi Rajarajeshwari Temple

Situated in Rajarajeswari Nagar (RR Nagar), the temple is one of the most famous localities of South Bangalore. It is one of the oldest and well-known places of worship in Bengaluru, built by Kailash Ashrama Samsthanam. 

At the main shrine, one can witness artistically sculpted temple pillars and the sculpture of a lion facing the goddess (Rajarajeshwari's vahana). 

The goddess Rajarajeshwari stands in the center of the sanctum, glowing with her stunning and graceful adornments and smile.

Jnanakshi Rajarajeshwari Temple, Banglore

Visvesvaraya Science Museum

Visvesvaraya Industrial and Technological Museum was constructed as a tribute to Bharat Ratna Sir M Visvesvaraya. The museum is ideal for science and technology maniac.

It offers visitors an interactive and exciting experience through a Dinosaur Corner with a mobile application facility and a 1:1 scale replica of the Wright Brothers Flyer Kitty Hawk, along with the Flyer Simulator. 

Most of the displays are touch-and-feel designed to encourage children to learn different science principles through interactive exhibits.


ISKCON temple, Bangalore is one of the largest ISKCON temples in the world. The Radha Krishan temple is located on the Hare Krishna Hill. 

The temple is a massive cultural complex, designed in a majestic architectural theme inaugurated in 1997 by Dr. Shankar Dayal Sharma. The temple is the ideal alliance of faith and modernity. It provides the best spiritual experience to its visitors across the globe.

Cubbon Park

Located right in the heart of the capital, Cubbon Park is synonymic with Bengaluru. It provides relief from the hustle and bustle of the ultra-modern Bengaluru. Cubbon Park is very popular amongst fitness lovers and botanical researchers as it has a large range of flora in its vicinity.

Vidhana Soudha

Vidhana Soudha was inaugurated by Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, the then Prime Minister.

It is a building that is steeped in Bengaluru's past and symbolizes the melting pot of ethnicities that Bengaluru has been. 

It incorporates components of British, Dravidian and Indo-Islamic architecture, which is a fusion between cultures.

Vidhana Soudha, Bangalore

From Pensioner’s Paradise to The Silicon Valley, Bengaluru has shown diverse colours. It's a fusion of gardens, great entrepreneurs, cultural architectures, stories behind temples and fun nightlife. 

On that account, to know how exactly Bengaluru is, one needs to come and explore the city and experience the blend of every possible thing.

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