15 Best Places to Visit in Bangalore for 2 Days: 2020
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2 Days Trip in Bangalore

Lal bagh, Bangalore Palace, ISKCON Temple, Cubbon Park, Vidhan Soudha, Innovative Fim City, Brigade Road, Nandi Hills, Bannerghatta National Park, Wonderla, Tipu's Summer Palace, Ulsoor lake , Visvesvaraya Industrial & Technological Museum, Toit and Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium.

Bangalore is the perfect destination to be covered on a short trip. The compact city is strewn with amazing places to match everybody’s interest and can be reached easily through public transport. Whether you are an adventure enthusiast, love being outdoors, or are an admirer of ancient architecture, there are superb places to visit in Bangalore for 2 days.

On your 2-day sightseeing in Bangalore, those interested in spending time in solitude amidst tranquil places can visit the 19th-century Banashankari Temple, see the 65 ft. tall statue of Lord Shiva at Kemp Fort Shiva Temple, and browse through rare photographs and letters of Mahatma Gandhi at Gandhi Bhawan.

Adventure and nature enthusiasts on their 2-day trip in Bangalore Must include a visit to places like Lalbagh, Cubbon Park, and Bugle Rock Park to see the beautifully landscaped gardens, musical fountains, and ancient rock formations. Don’t miss visiting popular amusement parks like Snow City, Wonderla, Fun World, and Innovative Film City for enjoying thrilling rides and water games. 

Here are some of the best places to visit in Bangalore for 2 days:

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Places to Visit in Bangalore on Day 1

Nandi Hills

This is a set of breathtaking hillocks which is a complete nature retreat. From cycling and paragliding into the stunning mount to the Yoganandeeshwara Temple that sits atop the hill with a huge Nandi statue, these small mounds have a lot to offer, even the name of the hills was coined after the temple statue. 

Nandi hills are set small hillocks which serves as a great trekking or weekend getaway from Bangalore. It bestows the visitors with the sight of some endemic flora and fauna and magnificent vistas of the surrounding. 

Trek through the paved roads, rocky terrain, small streams and grasslands to reach the top of the hills but one must be careful of the steep descent and sharp turns while returning. Hordes of monkeys will accompany you throughout the trek to Nandi Hills, hence do not keep eatables in your hands.

Location: 10 km from Chikkaballapur town, Chikkaballapur 562101, India

Best Time to Visit Nandi Hills: October to March.

Price: Entry to the hills is Rs 5, Parking charges for two wheelers are Rs 15 and Rs 60 for cars and Camping in Nandi Hills starts from Rs 1250

Timings: Entry to the hills are between 6 AM to 10 PM and trekking hours are between 6 AM to 6 PM

Average time required to visit the place: A day.

Distance from Kempe Gowda Bus stand: Approximately 62 KM.

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Lal Bagh Botanical Garden
The Lalbagh Botanical Garden, Bangalore is of royal origin and was begun at first as a private garden in a region of 40 sections of land by Hyder Ali, most famous rulers amongst the most well known leaders of old Mysore in 1760. At first planned in Mughal style, on the model of a broad garden at Sira in Tumkur close Bangalore, this garden was additionally created by Hyder Ali's child Tipu Sultan and hence by the British and Indian doyens of horticulture by an expansion of range and option of various plant species and it makes it one of the best places to see in bangalore.

Lalbagh, for its one of a kind garden in supporting the idea of agriculture and helping the advancement of cultivation, has earned a pride of place among the gardens of the world and it has come to be viewed as one of the best gardens in the East for its design, maintenance, scientific treasure and scenic beauty. This place is magnificence in Bangalore which holds some of the best genetic resource centre for introduction, acclimatization and maintenance of plants; it envisages documentation of the variations available in plants of ornamental and economic value.

It helps the advancement of cultivation in the state. It is a significant assistant to botanic study in educational institutions, an imperative lung space of Bangalore, a position of excellence that gives sound entertainment to the general population and it gives a scene to individuals to draw near to plants and nature.

The garden with well-laid out streets, ways, open spaces, shade and a decent accumulation of many sorts of plant species draws in an extensive number of guests. Lalbagh is all around secured with stone walls as fenced-in areas and it has four approach entryways. The principle entryway is at the North confronting towards Subbaiah circle, the West door is towards Basavanagudi, the South entryway is towards Jayanagar and the East door is towards the Double Road.

Location: Lal Bagh Botanical Garden is located at Mavalli, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560004

Best Time to Visit:
  All day from 6 am to 6 pm is the best time

Price:
 The entry price is Rs 20

Timings:
 Opens from 6:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Average time required to visit the place: Around an hour.

Distance from Kempe Gowda Bus stand: Approximately 6 KM.

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Bangalore Palace

Bangalore Palace is a true example of sheer architectural beauty which was built in 1873. This old opulent structure sits on a land of 25000 square feet displaying the regal mix of Tudor and Scottish Gothic architectural designs and also one the best places to see in bangalore.

Besides being a preserved site, it is also a grand venue that hosts marriage parties, events, and rock concerts. The palace houses paintings of the famous painter of bygone era Raja Ravi Varma along with ancient carvings and granite and ceramic tiles seating on the floor which are still unblemished. 

There is magnanimous ground in front of the palace which has hosted a number of international artists in the past like, The Rolling Stones, Backstreet Boys, Elton John, Lamb of God, Don Moen, David Guetta,  The Black Eyed Peas, Deep Purple, Metallica, Roger Waters etc. 

On the auspicious day of Dussehra every year, a grand fair is organized in the ground against the royal backdrop of the beautifully lit palace.

Location: Palace Road, Near Mount Carmel Institute Of Management, Vasanth Nagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560052

Best Time to Visit: During Dussehra when it is well lit with a grandiose celebration.

Price: INR 230 for Indians and INR 460 for foreigners.

Timings: 10 AM to 5:30 PM on all days of the week.

Average time required to visit the place: 3 to 4 hours.

Distance from Kempe Gowda Bus stand: Approximately 5 KM

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Iskcon Temple Bangalore

Iskcon temple is one chain of temples which are religiously famous and very prestigious chain of temples. It is situated in Rajajinagar in North Bangalore dedicated to Radha and Krishna catering to devotees from all over the world. 

The Iskcon temple in Bangalore is one of the largest Iskcon temples in the world which was established in 1997.  The temple is situated on a hillock named Hare Krishna hill and has a very enticing view of the surrounding. The temple is a part of a charitable society that aims at spreading the consciousness of Radha Krishna among its devotees. It also organizes engaging events like religious concerts and gatherings to talk about the life and preachings of Lord Krishna. For a peaceful escape and meditation sessions, one must head to Iskcon in Bangalore.

Location: Hare Krishna Hill, Chord Road, Rajaji Nagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560010

Best Time to Visit: Anytime between the Darshan hours.

Price: No entrance fee is charged.

Timings: 4:15AM  to 5:00 AM, 7:15AM to 1:00 PM and 4:00 PM to 8:30 PM.

Average time required to visit the place: 1 to 2 hours.  

Distance from Kempe Gowda Bus stand: Around 7 KM.

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Cubbon Park
This green belt region is spread over 300 acres land housing 6000 trees of different families contributing to the rich flora of the region.  

Within the campus of the park, there are some interesting points like Cubbon Park Museum, Attara Kacheri, Ringwood Circle, the bamboo grove nook, lotus pond, Dancing Fountain and Sheshadri Iyer Memorial Park etc. 

It is like a second home to nature lovers and morning joggers. If you wish to cover the entire park but not foot then hop on a toy train and tour around in the most fun away. Cubbon Park is one of the Banglore tourist places where you can just sit idly beneath the green foliage and unwind watching the magical hours in the sky.  

Location:
 Kasturba Road, Behind High Court of Karnataka, Ambedkar Veedhi, Sampangi Rama Nagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560001

Best Time to Visit:
 Early morning.

Price:
 Free entry.

Timings: 
6 am to 6 pm on all days of the week except Monday. It also remains closed on every second Tuesdays of the month.

Average time required to visit the place: 
2 to 3 hours or half a day.

Distance from Kempe Gowda Bus stand: 
Approximately 3.5 km

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Innovative Film City

This opulent marvel is situated off Bangalore -Mysore highway at Bidadi and is loaded with activities such as net cricket, kids boating, Go-karting, bull ride etc. 

There are around three refreshing water pools one of which is a wave pool. It is thronged with interesting activities and attractions such as  Dino Park, Mirror Maze, Haunted Mansion, Tribal Museum, Kabali Walkthrough, Fossil Museum coupled with Catapult, bow, and arrow etc. 

Innovative Film city is one of the best bangalore sightseeing place which is recommended at least once in your visit to this Silicon village.

Location: 24 & 26, Bidadi Industrial Estate, Bengaluru 562 109, India

Best Time to Visit: During the daytime.

Price: INR 600 per person before 3:00 PM and INR 400 per person after 3:00 PM

Timings: 10 AM to 7 PM on all the days of the week.

Average time required to visit the place: 4 to 5 hours.

Distance from Kempe Gowda Bus stand: Approximately 40 KM

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Brigade Road

At the intersection of MG road and Residency road lies Brigade road which is considered a shopping paradise for the city dwellers. There is a long stretch of standalone shops, individual retailers, and outlet selling almost everything you need making it one the best Bangalore sightseeing.

This commercial hubs houses myriads of global brand outlets as well and it has been a hub for celebrating New Year in the almost every year. The place has ample parking space and uncountable branded and non-branded outlets.

Location: Brigade Rd, Shanthala Nagar, Ashok Nagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka

Best Time to Visit: Evenings.

Price: There is no entry fee for the market

Timings: The market runs throughout the day, closes at midnight.

Average time required to visit the place: 2 to 3 hours.

Distance from Kempe Gowda Bus stand: Around 7 km

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Bannerghatta National Park

Bannerghatta National Park is one of the interesting places to visit in Bangalore for the assorted wildlife and natural establishments and the rich vegetation. One can hire jeeps and cars or board a bus for touring around this massive national park sprawled across an area of  104.27 sq. km.

The park encompasses a number of establishments such as a pretty butterfly park swarmed with colorful species of butterflies, an aquarium, Children's park, a zoo, a Crocodile farm, Snake Park, a museum and a Prehistoric Animals' Park which is highly praised by the visitors. 

The flora and fauna of the park include eucalyptus, sandalwood, tamarind, neem, bamboo etc in plants and jackal,  spotted deer, fox, wild boar, sloth bear, elephants, leopards, porcupine, Asiatic Lion, Royal Bengal Tiger, monitor lizard etc in animals. 

Bannerghatta park is not only nature’s retreat but also has ample locations for short trekking expedition, some of the points are Hajjamana Kallu, Mirza Hill, and Uddigebande; all of these are located under a distance of 4 KM. It is a quick getaway for all the shutterbugs and adventure enthusiasts dwelling in Bangalore.

Location:
Bannerghatta Biological Park, Bannerghatta road, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560083fdghjk

Best Time to Visit:
Winter season.

Price:
INR 80 for adults and INR 40 for children (Indian Nationals), INR 400 and 300 for adult and children (any foreign national).

Timings:
9 AM to 5 PM on all days of the week except Tuesday.

Average time required to visit the place: 
A day 

Distance from Kempe Gowda Bus stand:
Around 23 KM.

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Wonderla

Take a day out and get charged at this craziest amusement park in Bangalore. Wonderla is one of the largest amusement parks in the entire country with more than 60 exhilarating rides such as Hurricane, Equinox, Insanity Twister, Recoil, Dropzone, Flash Tower, Mixer, Y-scream, Maverick etc. 

These high-tech rides will swirl, twist and turn you in around 360 degrees and will pump adrenaline rush to a next level. The water rides like splurgy and frolic with speedy drops and to and fro motion. 

Wonderla not only tops Bangalore tourist places list but it is loved by the local population for Bangalore sightseeing. From rain disco to fun pools and wave pools, from roller coasters to boomerang rides; even an entire day at Wonderla is not enough to satiate the thrill junkies in you.

Location: 28th Km, Mysore Road, Bengaluru, Karnataka 562109

Best Time to Visit: November to February.

Price: Ranging from 850 to 2000

Timings: 11 AM to 6 PM from Monday to Friday and 11 AM to 7 PM on every Saturday and Sunday.

Average time required to visit the place: An entire day.

Distance from Kempe Gowda Bus stand: Around 35 KM

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Tipu Sultan's Summer Palace

This summer residence of Tipu Sultan was built in the year 1791. The ceilings and walls of the palace have a floral touch with Islamic carvings and decorations. 

The uniqueness of this two storey building is that it is entirely made of teak wood with wooden pillars supporting the foundation of the palace. It is said that Sultan used the eastern and western balconies to conduct the mass and state affairs. 

The intricately carved wooden balcony and the majestic staircases are great examples of architectural marveling and the size of the palace is not magnanimous yet it gives a rustic touch to the state of Karnataka. It is one of the Bangalore tourist places which is included in almost all the itineraries.

Location: Albert Victor Road, Chamrajpet, Near Bengaluru Medical College, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560018

Best Time to Visit: November to February.

Price: INR 5 for Indians and INR 100 for foreign nationals.

Timings: 8:30 AM to 5:30 PM on all days of the week.

Average time required to visit the place: 1 to 2 hours.

Distance from Kempe Gowda Bus stand: Around 4 KM.

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Vidhana Soudha

Vidhana Soudha is situated in the center of the city, painted in white and spread over an area of 60 acres. Vidhan Soudha is the best places to see in bangalore  which houses the state secretariat and state legislature under one roof. 

This dome-like structure has two chambers where the first floor (central wing) can accommodate 268 members at a time and the southern wing can accommodate 88 members. 

The building is a marvelous amalgamation of Dravidian, British and Indo-Islamic style architecture. One must not miss the lighting up of the building on Sunday evenings and the inscription that reads “Government work is God’s work.” 

Please note that it is one of the sightseeing places in Bangalore that needs prior permission or a pass nowadays. The grandeur of Vidhana. Soudha is visible after sunset when the entire building is well lit and it resembles a grand palace

Location: Doctor Ambedkar Veedhi, Sampangi Rama Nagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560001

Best Time to Visit:
September to February

Price:
No entry fee.

Timings:
 9 AM to 5 PM on all days of the week except Sunday.

Average time required to visit the place:
1 hour.

Distance from Kempe Gowda Bus stand:
Approximately 3.5 Km

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Ulsoor Lake

The centrally situated Ulsoor village is also known by another name called Halasuru which houses the magnanimous Ulsoor lake. 

The magnificent lake is one of the biggest in the city which is closely located to MG road and is spread over an area of 50 hectares. 

\he lake was built by Sir Lewin Bentham Bowring and beautifies the surrounding vicinity with multiple small islands and the presence of exotic birds and floras. 

The picnickers who visit the lake for a short trip love to indulge in the boating expedition as it stops at different small lake islands. This tranquil lake when soaked in the celebration of Ganesh Chaturthi in Bangalore, the place is lit and looks heavenly. It is one of the places to visit in Bangalore during Ganesh Chaturthi.

Location: Ulsoor Lake, Sivanchetti Gardens, Bengaluru, Karnataka 56004

Best Time to Visit: August and September to witness the grand celebration of Ganesh Chaturthi and post-monsoon, October to February.

Price: No entry fee.

Timings: 5 AM to 7:30 PM every day.

Average time required to visit the place: 1 to 2 hours.

Distance from Kempe Gowda Bus stand: Around 7 KM.

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Visvesvaraya Industrial and Technological Museum

Visvesvaraya Industrial and Technological Museum is one of the interesting Bangalore tourist attractions which have a lucid way of making you understand various concepts of engineering. 

Displaying various scientific experiments and models under one roof, Visvesvaraya Industrial and Technological Museum is one resourceful building that sprawls over an area of 43,000 sq ft amid the lush greenery of Cubbon Park. 

The place is utterly engaging for both children and adults who once enter the building get engrossed various age-old fossils, mechanical gadgets, and gears, information on space with space models, satellite, electrical, biotech and chemistry models etc. 

The building is well maintained, clean and is organized into 5 floors each catering to a different section of science and technology. A day spent at Visvesvaraya Industrial and Technological Museum will definitely help in increasing your knowledge graph in various sectors of science.

Location: 5216 Kasthurba Road | Cubbon Park, Gandhi Nagar, Bengaluru 560001, India

Best Time to Visit: Anytime between the running hours.

Price: INR 40 per adult.

Timings: 10 AM to 6 PM on all days of the week.

Average time required to visit the place: 2 hours.

Distance from Kempe Gowda Bus stand: Around 4.5 KM.


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Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium
Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium was established in 1989 and is situated opposite to Indira Gandhi Musical Fountain Park on the Sir. T. Chowdiah Road in Bangalore. Shows such as Dawn of the Space Age, Mars-The Red Planet and Our Solar System etc run daily in Kannada and English language. 

The outdoor science park lays out many interesting science models such as a giant Kaleidoscope, Whispering Dishes, Resonant Swings, D.N.A and Sun Dial etc along with various science exhibitions, lectures,  workshops, and science theatre shows to accentuate the interest of students in research and studies and encourage quality education. 

If you are traveling to Bangalore with your kids then Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium is one of the five planetariums in India which imparts a quality celestial knowledge and highlights.

Location: Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium Building, Sri T. Chowdaiah Road, High Grounds, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560001

Best Time to Visit: September to February.

Price: INR 35 for adults and INR 20 for children below 16 years of age.

Timings:  10 AM to 5:30 PM on all days of the week except Monday. It also remains closed on every second Tuesdays of the month.

Average time required to visit the place: 2 to 3 hours.

Distance from Kempe Gowda Bus stand: Around 4.7 KM.

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Toit

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Grab the best beer in town at Toit that is designed to offer to the people of Bangalore with a non-step brewery that keeps the partying crowd crawling in. Claiming to have magical powers in being able to produce varied kinds of breweries for the people of this fun city, this has turned out to be one of those places to visit in Bangalore where people flock to, especially over the weekends.  Here’s the most exciting thing about Toit, they allow your furry buddies, your pets, in with you, while you grab a drink or two.

Location: 298, 100 Feet Road, Near KFC Restaurant, Indira Nagar II Stage, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560038

Best time to visit: If knowing how beer is brewed and witness the whole process then visit on the first Saturday of every month to attend the Brewery tour.

Price: Drinks starting at Rs. 225

Timing: 12.00 p.m. to 01.00 a.m.

Distance from Kempe Gowda Bus Stand: Around 9.8 km

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It was a very well organised trek by friendly and courteous hosts. Shahid, Danny, Habib and Avinash were great and were fun to trek with. Homestay near Shuntikoppa was beautiful with coffee plantations close-by and it was raining the whole time. Trek is an easy to medium range one. Except for the rain and leeches (which we were informed earlier) there is absolutely nothing to point out in the trek. We met many new people and it felt like college days all over again. Loved this trek and would definitely recommend it to everyone.
17 September 2018
Excellent
I would say that this is once in a lifetime trekking experience. Conquering the 3 highest peak. Karthik n Anupam who were our ODL made our trek memorable n entertaining through out, very friendly n energetic guys. We never felt that this was a group trek with some strangers, it was a nice bonding experience n meet new people. It’s a must do for core trekkers.. tests your endurance n spirt. 22 kms to n fro.. if u think only climb would b difficult n u can come down easily your wrong.. the path is so narrow n tricks n will test you in each n evry corner. A sense of accomplishment after completing the trip successfully with lots of stories to tell around and eager to venture on the next one. Thanks a lot to Anupam n karthik who took such good care of us throughout the trip.. awesome hospitality. Would love trekking with you all again soon
15 August 2014
Excellent
Kudremukh is an amazing peak and so far I had just heard about this place but finally I get to see it. Amazing place - loved the trekking experience. What an experience. I'm going again.
26 September 2014
Excellent
It was my first trekking and had loads of fun :) Planning another trip with thrillophilia grp very soon.
"We had taken 7PM-11AM package for 6 people over Diwali holiday. It was well organised and hosted by them. It is located around 75km from Bangalore and drive was also mesmerizing during our time. So, based on overall experience below are my rating:\nHosting: 4/5\nNight Event (Bonfire): 4/5\nTrekking: 5/5( Must attend)\nOutside Activities :5/5( Rapplin, Mud games, kayaking etc).\nFood: 4.5/5\nValue for Money: 5/5\n\nNote: Only thing I didn't like was sleeping in tent. It should have been flat and sponge but rather it was sloppy and uneven. Also, if you close the zip of tent it feels like gas chamber. \n\nOther than this its a must tryout over the weekend...????"
"Firstly and Foremostly, AN EXCELLENT AND AN ENCHANTING PLACE but Shilhaandara Resort disappointed me big time. Location of the resort was superb and so was the room but unprofessional staff, distance between lodging and cafeteria and unfriendly attitude of the cafeteria members was highly not expected. They need to work on the quality of staff and train them to act more professional. An extra pillow request makes them unhappy at times. Their 215 number is engaged 24/7. Food is average and so are the choices. Restaurants are dimly lit with absolutely no proper seating arrangements. Overall 3.5 stars out of 5.0. "
20 October 2020
Superb
It was a good ride and the pilot was very friendly
"Very good location and great view. food is bad ."
We were a team of 20 people and I must say the services were great. Many activities available for us to enjoy like badminton, volleyball, carrom etc. The staff was very proffessional and polite. The food was also delicious. I would definitely consider opting for it again in future.
05 October 2020
Excellent
Being very close to the city, this villa is perfect for all the Bangaloreans. I went there with my whole family last month and i must say the experience was great. The services, the staff, the food everything was great. There were so many activities for us to enjoy, like badminton, volleyball, chess, carrom etc. Would definitely recommend.

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  1. Which are the places to visit in Bangalore in 2 days with family?

    There are numerous family places to visit in Bangalore for 2 days that have something for everybody, whatever be the interest. Ranging from gardens to museums, wildlife parks, and food streets these places promise an unforgettable family holiday!

    1. Cubbon Park: Visit the beautiful Cubbon Park for toy train rides, Visvesvaraya Industrial Technology Museum for seeing the dinosaur enclave, take a tiger safari at Bannerghatta National Park and marvel at the majestic architecture of Tipu Sultan’s summer palace and Bangalore Fort.
    2. Heritage Centre & Aerospace Museum: Don’t miss to visit HAL Heritage Centre & Aerospace Museum to see aviation-related models, The Art of Living Centre for a day of family bonding amidst serene solitude, light fragrant lemon lamps at beautiful Shree Banashankari Amma Temple, and explore natural rock formations & waterfall dotted lush landscape of Bugle Rock Park.
    3. Nandi Hills: Nandi Hills is a peaceful location with a lot of adventures to do.
    4. 
    Kanakpura: Located on the banks of the serene Hosadoddi Lake that has been nourished by the extensive Banathimari State Forest, it is must family day outing in bangalore.
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    Lalbagh: Known for its unique layout and maintenance, Lalbagh has been one of the best places to visit in Bangalore with family
  2. Which are the places to visit in Bangalore in 2 days with friends?

    1. Wonderla: Visit Wonderla, the city’s best water park, with your friends to enjoy its 60-plus rides, wave pool, rain disco, or simply to lounge by the huge swimming pool. 
    2. Toit: Head over to Toit Brewpub with your friends to enjoy home-brewed beers with hints of banana, clove, jamuns, basil, lime, etc. This pet-friendly brewery is loved for its hearty soul foods like steaks, chicken wings, wood-fired pizzas, and desserts. 
    3. ISKCON Temple: Enjoy your 2-day sightseeing in Bangalore tour as you see the grandeur of the magnificent ISKCON temple and soak in the peaceful ambience with your friends. Don’t miss to try the delicious organic meals here.
    4. Big Brewsky: Visit this microbrewery to not only drink some beers but also see them being made right in front of you.
    5. Skandagiri: A mountain fortress, these hills near Bangalore offer a night trekking experience. 
    6. Nandi hills: It is a hill in Bangalore that has impeccable views from the top. 
    7. Guhantara Resort: Enjoy a fun day out with friends and family in India’s first underground resort; Guhantara and spend a day of leisure.
  3. Which are the places to visit in Bangalore in 2 days for couples?

    1. Ulsoor Lake: One of the most romantic places to visit on a 2-day trip in Bangalore, Ulsoor lake is perfect to spend time away from the city. Take a romantic walk along the calm waters or enjoy a sunset boat ride with your loved one.
    2. Lalbagh: Stroll in the stunningly beautiful Lalbagh amidst thousands of flowers with your date for a lovely romantic date. 
    3. Lumbini Gardens: If you and your date love adventures, head to Lumbini Gardens for a day of fun! Beat the heat as you enjoy water rides, take a long boat ride, and lounge on the artificial beach.
    4. Black Rabbit: Located in Indiranagar, this bar can be your next date night or a party spot. Great food, a variety of drinks and the ambience of the bar is impressive.
    5. Skyye Lounge:Couples that enjoy music and dance must head over to the chic Skyye Lounge. Enjoy drinks as you see the sunset at the lounge’s rooftop area and sway to the best music in the city at the dance floor.
    6. Hard Rock Cafe: This high energy place gives positive vibes from its entry only with its rusty interiors, rock music, and delicious cuisines.
  4. How can I spend my weekend in Bangalore?

    1. Nandi Hills: Start your weekend by visiting the gorgeous Nandi Hills place to see Tipu’s Drop and his summer palace. Spend a few hours in the peace of nature at Amrita Sarovar and take a long walk in the hills.
    2. Brigade Road: Head over to Brigade Road to pick up great deals on clothes, accessories, handicrafts, and kitschy collectibles at the city’s best shopping street. 
    3. Bangalore Palace: See Bangalore’s marvellous architecture like Bangalore Palace and Tipu Sultan’s Palace to know about its glorious past.
    4. Horse Riding: Visit the Bangalore Horse Riding School for a major cowboy experience. The horse riding here starts at 6 in the morning, and the charges would be around Rs 2250-2500 per adult and Rs. 2250 per child.
    5. Wine Tasting in Bangalore: There are vineyards around the corners of Bangalore which are travelled by road in an hour. Ramanagara Wind Yard is one of the vineyards where tourists are allowed to enter from 10 AM onwards with a fee of Rs 250 per person.
  5. Which is the coolest place in Karnataka?

    Bangalore, hands down! This uber-chic city stands second to nothing when it comes to super cool places, experiences, and activities. Its beautiful gardens, music scene, scores of hill stations, nightlife, etc. make it the coolest city to visit in Karnataka.

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