Fun Meets Dynamism

Bengaluru is a fun and dynamic city. At any point in time, there's always something to see and there's always something to do. Listed below are what we think are some of the city's top attractions:

Lal Bagh

Tipu Sultan's Palace

Lal Bagh

Spread across over 240 acres and in the heart of Bengaluru, Lalbagh is as good as the lungs of our city. Clean and green, this vast corner of nature is a must-visit for when you're looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of daily life.


Karnataka Chitrakala Parishath

Karnataka Chitrakala Parishath

Karnataka Chitrakala Parishath

If you like all things art, the Karnataka Chitrakala Parishath or CKP as it is locally known is where you want to go. The premier art institution houses a graphic design studio, an open-air theatre and five art galleries, often also hosting interesting art-related events and exhibitions.


Brigade Road & MG Road

Karnataka Chitrakala Parishath

Brigade Road & MG Road

Visit Brigade Road and MG Road for a close look at what can be best described as the city's erstwhile pub culture. Additionally, there's lot of shopping that you can get done when here. Cauvery Emporium at the corner of where Brigade Road and MG Road meet is a treasured handicraft store that you just have to check out.


Ranga Shankara

Tipu Sultan's Palace

Ranga Shankara

Ranga Shankara is nothing short of an iconic theatre venue. On any given day, there's a play you can see, heralding in the venue's 'A Play A Day' concept much to the delight of theatre lovers. Get here - and on time - for a healthy dose of theatre. There's also a cafe that serves up great local food and a quaint little bookstore that you can frequent if you want to.


Tipu Sultan's Palace

Tipu Sultan's Palace

Tipu Sultan's Palace

Tipu Sultan! If the name isn't familiar to you, a simple Google search should throw up tons of information on the 'Tiger of Mysore'. His summer palace, nestled safely within the walls of the Bangalore Fort is a classic tribute to Indo-Islamic architecture. It houses Tipu's clothes, a larger-than-life portrait, a few swords and the missiles he used against the British Army. Stop by at the Palace for your date with history.


Iskcon Temple

Iskcon Temple

Iskcon Temple

A blissful structure, the ISKCON Temple, situated very close to WTC Bengaluru, represents the coming together of modern and traditional architecture. Serene, unpolluted and entirely calming, this is a destination for the spiritually inclined. At night, the brightly lit shrine of the temple is quite a sight to take in and can be cherished by one and all.


Commercial Street

Iskcon Temple

Commercial Street

Commercial Street is a shoppers paradise and there’s no denying that. Ethnic clothing. Blink-and-miss tailoring outlets. Windy streets dotted with jewellery stores and shoe shops. Big crowds. A festive spirit all year long. Come here if you're willing to rough it out for a deal or two, as you go from 'plaza' to 'plaza' getting your fill of some good ol' retail therapy.


Chowdaiah Memorial Hall

Iskcon Temple

Chowdaiah Memorial Hall

Every true-blue Bangalorean has visited Chowdaiah Memorial Hall at least once in their lifetime. If you're new to the city, this violin-shaped event/concert/theatre venue will serve as a pleasant surprise to you. From plays to concerts and to even occasional stand-up comedy acts, this landmark hall in Malleswaram is something to be thankful for. Definitely don’t give this marvel a skip.