The Bengaluru Palace
The miraculous architectural palace was constructed back in 1878. The place was bought by the King Chamarajendra Wadiyar back in 1873 and now this huge extraordinary structure stands here covering an area of 45000 square feet. The Scottish architecture of palace gives gothic vibes and the palace is filled with unimaginable beautiful carvings which will take you back to ancient world. There are many events organised including rock shows and some huge marriages. The palace has a British style architecture touch to it because the king took the inspiration to build this majestic place from the Windsor Castle of London. The royalty of the place is indescribable and famous painting sand sculptures are found here.
The splendid park is one of the highly visited places on Bengaluru as it is rich in 300 acres of land filled with lush greenery and refreshing atmosphere. The park will help you escape from the hustle and bustle of stressful city life. This beautiful place was first made by Sri John Meade in 1870 and later Major General Richard Sankey established it in honour of Sri John Meade. Now the park is home to 6000 trees and is an amazing picnic spot.
The Chunchi falls
The crystal-clear falls fed by the river Arkavati falls from a height of 50 feet and is located in the amidst of nature. The Chunchi falls is a must to visit site as there is also a watch tower nearby it which provides a spectacular view of the entire region. The falls was named after a tribal couple named Chuncha and Chunchi. The falls also gets visited by many migratory birds often.
The Bannerghatta National Park
The sanctuary covers an area of 104.27 sq. km and is famous for having country’s first butterfly park. It was established in 1971 and you can enjoy caged safaris’ ride here too. There is an aquarium, a zoo, Crocodile Farm, Children's park, Snake Park and much more to explore here.