Bangalore, the Silicon Valley of Asia, is one of the four largest metropolitan cities of India and the third largest economy in India, accounting for 11 percent of India’s GDP.
Bangalore outscores other cities in overall ambience, cost of living and quality of life. In recent years, along with Chennai and Hyderabad, Bangalore city has emerged as an important hub of software development in India. The IT Corridor, on JP Nagar, Bangalore, is a fast developing urban express way that has attracted many global & Indian IT heavyweights.
There is no dearth of entertainment in Bangalore, with numerous swanky malls and multiplexes, bowling alleys, nightclubs, pubs and other leisure hubs spread right across the city.
Bangalore is a journey into timeless India, a kaleidoscope of moods rich in the treasures of history. Retaining much of its traditional charm, this 350-year-old city is the gateway to the south providing many a fascinating vignette of southern heritage.
Tourist Attractions in Bangalore
Bangalore offers a lot to its tourists from its amusement parks, boating clubs, zoological parks, museums and art galleries, historic monuments including temples, churches, forts, palaces and several colonial buildings built during British rule.
- Vishweshwariah Technological Museum
- State Archaeological Museum
- Venkatappa Art Gallery
- Karnataka Chitrakala Parishat
- Karnataka Silk Industries Corporation
- Central Cottage Industries Emporium
- Bannerghatta National Park
- Sankey Lake
- Ulsoor Lake
- Yediyur Lake
- Lalbagh Botanical Garden
- Hebbal Lake
- Cubbon Park
- Bangalore Palace
- Vidhana Soudha
- Tipu's Fort Palace
- Banashankari Temple
- Satya Sai Baba Brindavana
- Ghatti Subramanya
- Omkar Hills