Bangalore is the capital of Indian state of Karnataka. It is the political centre of the state as all major administrative headquarters are settled in the city. Meanwhile, the city is also one of the most commercially significant cities in the country and is the IT hub of India. The city is also a popular tourist destination in southern India as it is home to a mass of tourist attractions. Visit the city to explore all aspects of it and for accommodations choose from the best hotels in Bangalore.
Bangalore, a developing city in the Indian territory is one of the most significant cities in India. It is largely known for its feat in the domain of Information Technology. It has the highest number of software companies in India. Though, it is getting tough competition by Pune and Hyderabad but the city still manages to prevail both. It is for this fact that the city is also called as the Silicon Valley of India. Bangalore is popular for three things, Information Technology, soothing weather, and pubs. The city is located in an elevation which is higher than that of Dehradun, which is 920 m above the sea level. Thus, the weather in the city is almost always pleasing, making it suitable for a visit anytime in a year. Apart, from that the city has large concentration of Pubs. The bar culture of the city is nation-widely known. In fact, the number of pubs and bars in the city is the largest in all over Asia. So, in your next trip of the city one thing that you will often come across is the pubs/bars.
At the meantime, Bangalore is also an important centre of education. The city is widely known for its superlative educational institutions and engineering colleges of world repute. There is a large concentration of students forming a major percentage of city’s total population. The influx of people from different parts of the country as well across the world for education as well as job, has made the city a melting pot of several cultures. Today, the city is home to people from different caste, religion, region, creed, and color etc. all living with harmony and peace. The rich culture of the city reflects in the festivities and the churches, temples, mosques, and other shrines located in different parts of the city.
Bangalore is a rapidly developing city, and the increasing growth of the city is the proof of the fact. Plus, the rapidly growing real estate market of the Bangalore and the increasing number of hotels in Bangalore also further consolidate the growth of the city. The city’s growth is also visible in the fact that the city has its own airport. Though, it is not a completely commercial airport. Apart from conducting commercial flights the air strip also conducts defence flights. The airport Kempegowda International Airport is about 40 km from the commercial centre of the city and is well-connected to the city with excellent roads. In addition, the city also houses a typical railway station that is served by trains from all major cities in India.
On the tourism front, the city is simply brimming with a mass of tourist attractions. To name the most well-known attractions of the city include: Biotechnical Garden, BTM layout, Varthur Kere, Bull Temple, Venkatappa Art Gallery, Bangalore Palace, Biotechnical Garden, Karnataka High Court, Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace, Visvesvaraya Industrial and Technological Museum, Madivala Tank, Lal Bagh Gardens, Cubbon Park, Yelahanka Satellite Township, Mayo Hall, St Andrew’s Church, and Golf Course of Bangalore. The good thing is that all these popular places to visit in Bangalore, being the major landmarks are well-connected to the city’s commercial centre. All local modes of transportation can be availed to reach these tourist sites. Plus, one can also hire professional tour guides to best enjoy his tour of the city.