Best places to Visit in Bangalore

Setting the benchmark for any developing city looking forward to becoming the next big city in India, Bangalore is the city to see if you want to get to see the new India. It is home to all the biggest MNCs in India and all the biggest brands and chains known worldwide.

Set in the state of Karnataka, the city is now officially called Bengaluru and is a popular not only among young working professionals and students but also people who love traveling.

Delhi to Bengaluru flights is one of the most popular from the national capital’s international airport with frequent flyers. Here are some of the best places to visit:

MG Road

Blue waves one of the most happening place at MG Road Bangalore.

It is a kind of nightlife restaurant which serves Continental food, Chinese food, Mexican food, Mediterranean food and North Indian food majorly.

That time Staff was not professional at all. Service was not good. Just one thing comes to mind. They just want to loot you. On that time my experience was not bad but could not have fun and comfort. Why you would want to go there..? When you have many better options available.

After all, it’s about the comfort and satisfaction and you have to pay everywhere then why to choose a place like this? Definitely, according to my previous experience, I said no to go for this place to my friends.

Now If you’re looking for a happening place at MG Road, throbbing nightlife and a place that truly rocks in Bangalore, all you need to do is head to “Blue Waves” on Brigades… a must visit among the top restaurants in Bangalore.

If you travel from long distance then you should take massage to relaxation. In bangalore you can also get massage services. Linga massage offers best massage in bangalore.

The Bangalore Palace

In the heart of the Garden City of Bangalore stands a palace that is sure to mesmerize anyone who sets eyes on it.

It is seated amidst a merge of cultures where the urban Indian scenery surrounding the Tudor architecture of the palace is definitely intriguing enough to explore.

The palace was built in the year 1887 by the Maharaja of Mysore, Chamaraja Wodeyar. A monument inspired by the grand Windsor Castle, this depicts a subtle aura of the English era Chamaraja Woedeyar was keen on emulating.

Spread over a gastronomical expanse of 430 acres where the built up area itself makes up about 45000 feet, this place, mainly constructed of wood stands as a glorious pride of the city and boasts an array of fortified towers, Gothic Windows, arches, battlements, parapets and stunningly carved woodwork. Surrounded by lush gardens that were once much larger than they are today, the palace has a beautiful old time fairy tale feel that is only glorified by the serene environment.