Bangalore is a city of wonders. The commercial capital of Karnataka is a welcoming city where different nationalities and country folks find homes. Its ever-expanding boundaries have become the perfect base for several small-time and large industries to establish themselves. It is a city that witnesses several startups each year and brings development and infrastructural growth in the proximity of these budding areas. Once called outskirts and desolate places are now booming real estate hotspots. Several such regions have turned into the very nerve of the city.
Bangalore also has several prestigious educational institutes and universities that offer top-notch education from school to management levels. Students from across the globe have nestled here to live and learn.
With the growing popularity of Bangalore, there is the infiltration of western culture. You would find age-old trees canopying streets in Jayanagar, Rajajinagar and surrounding places. However, the major part of Bangalore has witnessed a rapid uprising of malls, pubs, fine dining restaurants, street food restaurants, fast foods and more, some of which are renowned for their delectable food and ambience worldwide.
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So which are the places that are must-visit if you stay in Bangalore? Let’s find out:
- Nandi Hills
- Mekadatu Falls
- Balmuri and Edmuri
- Chunchunakatte Falls
Nandi Hills, located about 60km from Bangalore, is the place to be to get mesmerised by watching the first ray of sunshine during misty sunrise from a distant hill called Tipu’s drop. Your eyes will not get enough as the sunshine gradually fills warmth in the air and touches your skin. The melting due drops are a sight to behold as the high gets drenched and soaks it within a short while. Spend time with your beloved, your family, and your kids and travel alone to find solace amid nature’s wonder embrace. You can travel by bus services in Bangalore if you wish to travel as a group. The hire services from Tejas Travels are the most pocket-friendly and efficient way to travel without feeling the brunt of the journey by driving your vehicle.
The location was once Tipu Sultan’s summer getaway, and there are many reminders of the Sultan’s life and legacy nearby. The residence was known as Tashk-e-Jannat, and it still draws tourists thanks to its painted walls, elaborate archways, tall pillars, and intricately carved ceilings. Several well-known temples, including the Bhoga Nandeeshwara Temple, honour Lord Shiva and his companions Parvati and Nandi on Nandi Hills.
Tourists have drive-in camp facilities available. You could also check or paragliding and such adventure sports at Nandi Hills.
2. Mekadatu Falls
About 93 kilometres from Bengaluru is a site called the Sangama, the beautiful union of Kavery and Arkavathi. A deep gorge of Mekadatu waterfalls travels through a gorgeous environment around 3.5 km from the Sangama. Surrounded by stunning rocky terrains and panoramic lush forests is a home to exotic birds and flora. An 18-seater luxury mini coach rental in Bangalore will be a perfect ride to travel as a small group on the roads leading to Mekadatu Falls. You can sit there and soak in the music of the waters rattling and sync with nature in an exhilaratingly serene atmosphere.
3.Balmuri and Edmuri Falls
The locals arrange for you to be taken on enjoyable boat rides throughout the summer when the river waters close to the falls are calm. The river close to the falls flows smoothly, mildly dashing against the foliage on either side, creating tiny waves that are soothing and lovely to look upon. Occasionally the dam may be opened, releasing a sudden surge of water that could be threatening. Other than that, the water is secure for an enjoyable picnic and a refreshing soak.
The tt hire price in Bangalore from Tejas Traves will be light on your wallet and easily fit any budget.
The stunning Chunchunakatte Falls is located close to the community of Chunchanakatte in the Indian state of Karnataka’s Saligrama Taluk. From a height of around 20 metres, the waterfalls in a cascading form into a gorge. According to legend, Lord Rama and Goddess Sita spent time here while living in the forests at the request of the Chuncha and Chunchi tribal couple. The water colour in that region still resembles turmeric and other holy powders used for pooja, according to the myth that Goddess Sita had a holy bath here.
To visit the unstoppable energy at the parties, live gigs, music concerts or just walk admiring the commercial street, brigade road or shop at the malls and binge on the street food and local cuisine or fine dining restaurants, hire a cab. The car hire price in Bangalore from Tejas Traves will be light on your wallet and easily fit any budget.
Visit Bangalore once, it won’t be ever enough.