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Bangalore undeniably woos the ardent traveller with a host of tourist attractions coupled with year-round pleasant climate. In spite of heavy industrialisation, the city has kept its heritage in perfect harmony with the evolving modernity. There are picturesque palaces, gardens, parks and boulevards in all parts of the city. The charm and the appeal of its park and garden are unquestionable. Bangalore, also known as the Garden City of India, has two nationally recognized botanical gardens – Lal Bagh and Cubbon Park, which attract a lot of visitors throughout the year. The city was the recipient of the Indira Priyadarshini Vruksha Mitra award in the late 1980s, in recognition of its extensive green cover.

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cubbon park

Set on a 300 acre area and located at the heart of the city, the Cubbon Park is a great place to laze around in the lush green paradise. Exhibiting a treasure of different species of exotic plants, the park was named after the erstwhile Commissioner of Bangalore, Sir Mark Cubbon.

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cubbon park

Set on a 300 acre area and located at the heart of the city, the Cubbon Park is a great place to laze around in the lush green paradise. Exhibiting a treasure of different species of exotic plants, the park was named after the erstwhile Commissioner of Bangalore, Sir Mark Cubbon.

With no entry fee the park is open from 06:00 am to 06:00 pm (except for Monday’s) displaying a variety of ornamental and flowering trees, both exotic and indigenous. A popular place for walkers, joggers, and nature lovers, the Bal Bhavan area in the park is a great place for the kids to enjoy. An aquarium is also located in Cubbon Park, with a wide variety of exotic and ornamental fishes.

Vidana Soudha

Built in 1954, Vidana Soudha is a landmark of Bengaluru. With four domes, this enormous building is a massive example of neo-Dravidian architecture.

Closed on Saturdays and Sundays, the Vidana Soudha building is open from 09:00 am to 05:00 pm. Housing the Legislative Chamber of Karnataka Government, the Vidana Souda accommodates many government departments as well.

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Vidana Soudha

Built in 1954, Vidana Soudha is a landmark of Bangalore. Stunningly illuminated at night, this enormous building is a massive example of neo-Dravidian architecture, with four domes on its four corners.

Closed on Saturdays and Sundays, the Vidana Soudha building is open from 09:00 am to 05:00 pm. Housing the Legislative Chamber of Karnataka Government, the Vidana Souda accommodates many government departments as well.

Lalbagh Botanical Garden

This enchanting garden is set on 240 acres with a rare collection of tropical and sub-tropical trees and plants, with a majestic glasshouse built on the lines of London's Crystal Palace.

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Lalbagh Botanical Garden

This enchanting garden is set on 240 acres with a rare collection of tropical and sub-tropical trees and plants, with a majestic glasshouse built on the lines of London's Crystal Palace.

Started by Hyder Ali, and later completed by his son Tipu Sultan, the Lalbagh Botanical garden was made in the 17th century - from a collection of red roses that bloom throughout the year there. The glasshouse, which was constructed in the year 1889 to commemorate the visit of the Prince of Wales, is the jewel of this garden. Lalbagh takes on a festive look during India's Independence Day and Republic Day, with a captivating show of over 200 varieties of flowers. The show also features an exhibition of hybrid vegetables. Open all days of the week from 06:00 am to 07:00 pm, the entry fee is 10 Rs for all age groups.

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