The city of Bangalore is considered to be a cool one with majority of its population being young adults who have come from different corners of the country for exploring their opportunities here. With the city and the state of Karnataka having embraced Information Technology and boasting of having established numerous reputed multinational IT companies, it has become a hotspot for those seeking career in jobs and undertaking new business ventures.
Fun and frolic in Bangalore city
The young workaholic and career oriented generation do believe in hanging out with friends and colleagues, trying to engage in various types of fun filled activities during their holidays, making the most of their time. As a matter of fact, there are plenty of things to do in Bangalore for all ages. Conducting some research on the web and getting some useful tips, can help the person to plan out the vacation accordingly, so as to derive maximum fun.
Various interesting places in Bangalore city and its outskirts that you can enjoy
Drive around Nandi Hills and tour Devanahalli Fort: If ancient forts and ruins interest you and make you to become inquisitive to know more about it, then a drive for about an hour from the city is likely come to this place that is regarded to be a hot favorite for those who desire to go for one-day getaways and to get maximum excitement. This is the best place for picnickers, trekkers, photographers and cyclists. This place was made a favorite haven by the Tipu Sultan, due to its serenity and beauty that it offered the viewers. The age old hill fortress is found to be scattered with temples and monuments and can prove to be a welcome change, especially from the stressful, busy, city life. On NH7, on the way to the Nandi Hills, is located the Devanahalli Fort that is well known in history, since it is here that Tipu Sultan, the Tiger of Mysore was born. This fort displays the grandeur and beautiful architecture of those bygone eras. Foot guided tours can help you to know more about the fort and its history.
Visiting Tipu Sultan’s Palace: The summer palace of Tipu Sultan is regarded to be a fabulous instance of Indo-Islamic architecture, existing within Bangalore Fort’s walls. The palace is located near to Krishnarajendra Market and is quite elegant to look at, notable for its ornamental frescoes and teak pillars. There is a museum in the ground floor showcasing the monarch’s portrait, his clothes, missiles used at the wars against the British and much more. Although the mansion is not that big, the wooden architecture combined with floral patterns decorated on its ceilings and walls are simply amazing.
The Bangalore Palace: It has been modeled after Windsor Castle, enclosed by cannons and gardens. Gothic windows, fortified towers, battlemented parapets do make this place a fabulous sight.
Checking out the different places and choosing the best one can help you to enjoy fully your visit making it memorable.
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