A cool silent place you look out for. The place is a nice weekend family hangout location amidst lots of greenery
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Lalbagh Botanical Garden has great history starting with Hyder Ali and Tipu Sultan. These two Mysore rulers loved gardens and they took lot of trouble to import saplings from other countries and engaged gardeners to supervise and tend to them. Later, when the British defeated...More
Visited only 2 of the major landmarks of Bengaluru due to shortage of time. Lalbagh was a very vast place and we could not cover the whole area. Decent place for the family to spent little time.
I had been there for couple of time. My kid loves to go here and play in the garden area. Though it has many other things but rose garden, glass house, cactus garden and bonsai are the few gardens that i liked the most. There...More
A lovely oasis and breath of fresh air in the rapidly congested city. The annual flower show is a highlight, but overall is best appreciated by those who take a keen interest in the Bangalore of a bygone era.