Good place to see around m bengaluru. However yiu whoud be fan to horticulture and plants. If not you will get bored.
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We were visiting the city for a conference and still had a couple of hours to kill before our flight back home. We decided to spend time at the Lalbagh Botanical Gardens. Since our time was limited we hired a buggy to give us a...More
Went to this on one of my sightseeing days when I was in the city it is a large park with varying areas of view summer heavily wooded some have fountains sum of areas of different types of trees some are giant rock formations. It...More
Good place to spend a lazy day with your family. Botany enthusiasts (not sure how many of them are still around!) might be disappointed. Its sprawling, so better to take a ride in one of the electric vehicles (~ 100 Rs per head) which covers...More
Huge and massive botanical garden one cannot see anywhere else in the country easily like this and this is very big reason for the bangalore green revolution and supply of oxygen as it is still proctected from the huge pollution from the city but only...More
Good breath of fresh air and refreshing early morning walks Natural surroundings, lots and lots of trees, flora and fauna in abundance.
Lalbagh is a spacious garden for walk with your family and friends. There are glass houses, which are very famous. Good place for photography.
The flower show in Jan and August is lovely. Choose a weekday to visit lal bagh since weekends get too crowded. During the flower show a number of nurseries and vendors display their products, so you get a number of beautiful plants, seeds, equipments, farmer...More
We visited this place on 11-Dec-17. There are 3 entry gates (or more) Main Gate, Gate No 2 & West Gate. We enter through Main Gate. There is a battery operated vehicle from Gate 2. We walked to Gate 2 from Main Gate, 5 mins...More