This is one of the best places to visit in Bangalore city and among the top attractions you must include in Bangalore tour packages. The Palace was first built by Rev. J. Garrett, who was the first Principal of the Central High School in Bangalore, now known as Central College The museum also preserves antiques that date back to the civilization of Harappa and Mohenjodaro. Among the other artifacts on display, ivory carvings, inlay work, sandal-wood caskets are highly appreciated. Timings: 10 AM to 5 PM.
Cubbon park is said to be the lungs of the city of Bangalore, located at the centre. It has huge range of species of flora and fauna and many locals visit the park for a morning walk. It also hosts events like nature walks for naturalists. It is also a highly visited place by tourists due to its landscaping view and greenery.
The Jawahar Bal Bhavan is a a fun park for the kiddos. Tipu Sultan's Summer Palace was the summer residence of the Mysorean ruler Tipu Sultan. It is an Indo-Islamic architectural beauty which is a famous tourist spot in Bangalore. The ground floor rooms are converted into museums which house the achievements, clothing, paintings and much more of Tipu Sultan which enthralls the visitor about the ruler.
Bangalore Palace is a Tudor-style Palace which now belongs to the Mysore Royal Family. Many events like Rock shows, exhibitions, marriages, tennis, cricket, golf and horse academies are conducted in the portions given to the 5 daughters of Maharaja. It mostly conducts Music Concerts and many international artists like, Aerosmith, Backstreet Boys, David Guetta, Akon, Black Eyed Peas, Metallica, The Rolling Stones, Guns and Roses, The Prodigy, Enrique Iglesias among others have performed here.
Ulsoor Lake is one of the biggest lakes in Bangalore and has several small islands. The most famous attraction here is the boating, which makes small stops at the islands. Apart from being a must-visit tourist spot, it is also a place for a romantic getaway. You can spend some quiet time with your loved one here.
Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium is managed by BASE and is visited by people from all around the world. It has a projector on its dome which projects the night sky and constellations. The Nehru Planetarium organises various shows and events for teaching astronomy and providing knowledge to science geeks. They also have an association whose members can come together for reading, workshops, discussions, as well as night sky observation. It is a must-visit place if you love science and astronomy.
Dodda Basavana Gudi (the Nandi Temple or Bull Temple) is said to be the biggest temple to Nandi in the World. The bull referred to is a sacred Hindu demi-god, known as Nandi who is a close devotee and attendant of Lord Shiva. It is thronged with tourists and devotees during the famous fest Kadalekaayi Parishe. Nandi Hills or Nandidurg is an ancient hill fortress, 60km from Bangalore. It is adorned with a 1300-year-old Dravidian style Nandi temple, Lord Shiva and Parvati temple and Bhoga Nandeeshwara Temple in Nandi village which is one of the oldest temples in Karnataka.
One could easily spend a day here visiting its various attractions such as, Tipu's Drop, Tipu's Summer Palace, Horseway, Secret Escape Route, Children's Playground, Nehru Nilaya, Gandhi House, Rivers along with activities like, biking, cycling, drives, as well as paragliding.
ISKCON Temple or Shri Radha Krishna Temple in Bangalore is one of the largest ISKCON Temples in the world. It houses the deities of Radha and Krishna. It promotes vedic culture and spiritual learning. It has a market near its exit way which sells various food & merchandise. Discourses, meditation, music programs are all part of the temple activities. The Bannerghatta National Park has now become the a biological reserve. It is a popular tourist destination with a zoo, a pet corner, an animal rescue centre, a butterfly enclosure, an aquarium, a snake house and a safari park.
There are ancient temples in the park for worship and it is a destination for trekking and hiking. There is no better way to spend the day, than to be in the hands of nature. One should definitely take the safari! Nandi Hills or Nandidurg is an ancient hill fortress, 60km from Bangalore. It is adorned with a 1300-year-old Dravidian style Nandi temple, Lord Shiva and Parvati temple and Bhoga Nandeeshwara Temple in Nandi village which is one of the oldest temples in Karnataka.
One could easily spend a day here visiting its various attractions such as, Tipu's Drop, Tipu's Summer Palace, Horseway, Secret Escape Route, Children's Playground, Nehru Nilaya, Gandhi House, Rivers along with activities like, biking, cycling, drives, as well as paragliding. Turahalli Forest is a forest located 20km from Bangaluru. You can go for a one day trek up the hill and it is famous for cycling and rock climbing.
Many people come here along with friends, family or organised groups for a cycle trip or bike expedition. You can view the beautiful city of Bangalore from the top of the hill which is the view you don't want to miss. Turahalli Forest is a forest located 20km from Bangaluru.
You can go for a one day trek up the hill and it is famous for cycling and rock climbing. Many people come here along with friends, family or organised groups for a cycle trip or bike expedition. You can view the beautiful city of Bangalore from the top of the hill which is the view you don't want to miss. Government Museum in Bangalore is one of the oldest museums in India. It is an Archaeological Museum and has a rare collection archaeological and geological artifacts including old jewelry, sculpture, coins and inscriptions.
The museum is also home to the Halmidi inscription, the earliest Kannada inscription (450 AD). It is not just a museum for display, it also conducts various activities like treasure hunts, book readings for both kids and adults.. HAL Aerospace Museum is a museum dedicated to the aviation history. It also houses a library on Aerospace which traces the history of aviation. Apart from this, an Orchidarium, herbal garden,children’s play area, a Souvenir shop and a sustainable development park are the added attractions in the campus.
Kempegowda Museum was established in the year 2011 is dedicated to Yelahanka chieftain Kempegowda who is the founder of Bangalore city. The museum has Kempegowda's statue as well as posters and pictures of forts, temples, reservoirs and inscriptions from his time. It is housed on the first floor of Mayo Hall and offers free entry. Karnataka Folk Museum is located 53 kms from Bangalore in Kumara Park West which was set up to promote the diverse folk life of Karnataka.
One of the major attractions of Karnataka Folk Museum is the rich collection of Karnataka folk music and videotapes of folk dances. Other items displayed in the museum comprise of unique masks, colorful artifacts, costumes, etc.
It is visited by many tourists and majorly due to the beautifully carved temple chariot exhibited in the museum. The complex consists of three buildings, Loka Mahal – displaying a unique collection of folk instruments, puppets, masks, utensils, weapons, etc.; Lokamatha Mandira – exhibiting a wide assortment of utensils, baskets and earthen jars used to store grain and pickles; Chitrakuteera – displaying numerous photographs, which cover the various aspects of folk life.
Gandhi Bhavan is a museum dedicated to the father of our nation, Mahatma Gandhi, to promote his life and teaching. The main attraction of the Gandhi Bhawan consists in a comprehensive picture gallery, displaying the entire life of Mahatma Gandhi.
The museum also consists of various letters written by him and placards with his quotes. It hosts various meetings on Gandhian Values. Legends Motorcycle Museum is a collection of vintage motorcycles, dating back to World War II. It is one of its kind café cum museum set up by S.K. Prabhu. It is a perfect place for biking enthusiasts as this museum has a rare collection of motorcycles, England made, military-modelled motorcycles and a café with a biking-related ambience. NIMHANS Brain Museum is one of its kind museum in India which is located in the complex of the Neurobiology Research Centre.
This unique facility has become a centre of attraction for the students of various colleges and schools as a valuable source of Neuroscience material. In addition, this has become a tourist attraction for people to visit and see human brain in reality. Philatelic Museum is located within the General Post Office and interests people for all ages.
The museum has hundreds of stamps of different countries, denominations, sizes and periods. Almost all the stamps printed in India from 1947 are displayed. They also sell stamps, covers, postcards and other postal paraphernalia. Visvesvaraya Industrial and Technological Museum was established in the memory of Bharat Ratna Sir M Visvesvaraya. It houses various industrial products and engines. The museum consists of numerous galleries namely, Engine Hall, How Things Work, Fun Science, Electrotechnic, Space Emerging Technology in the Service of Mankind, Biotechnological Revolution, BEL Hall of Electronics, and Science for Children.
It also has special exhibits like Dinosaur Enclave, Science on a Sphere, Wright Brothers Aeroplane. Commercial Street is the oldest and the busiest street in Bangalore which trades in clothes, footwear, jewellery, electronics and food joints.
It is crowded with locals, students, and even tourists for buying clothes at very low prices. The street offers stalls with tempting street food for a small snack break in between shopping. MG Road or Mahatma Gandhi Road is one of the busiest roads in the city and is lined on one side with retail stores, food outlets and restaurants. It has many office buildings, shops and theatres. If you are looking for a shopping day and a movie after that, this is the place to come and enjoy with friends.
Chickpet Market is one of the oldest commercial markets in Bangalore which was known for supplying fine silk sarees to the royalty. It houses numerous shops selling silk sarees, textiles, gold and silver as well as steel and brassware. It sells routine clothing, gym accessories, electronics, home decor, at almost throwaway prices.
One can also find beautiful jewellery here. UB City is India's first luxury mall. It consists of UB Tower, Kingfisher Plaza, Concorde, Canberra & Comet Blocks. UB Tower is the tallest structure in Karnataka, housing UB Group offices. Concorde Block is the corporate sector of the mall where big companies reside.
Lower three levels of the Concorde and Canberra Block, which constitute the Retail area where all the famous retail brands house.
It also houses an 800 seater amphitheatre, a day spa, along with famous restaurants and food chains. Phoenix Market City is the largest mall in Bangalore in terms of its area and houses over 270 stores selling national and international brands along with a large food court. It has leading brands like Zara, Mango, Pantaloons among many other brands along with electronic and footwear stores. It is truly a shopping paradise which thronged with shopaholics at all times.
Concerts and even auto shows are hosted by Phoenix. The Forum Mall was Banglore's first full-fledged mall with a multi-storey book store, 12 cinema halls and other entertainment facilities. The mall has everything from shoes to exercise equipment, from home furnishings to electronic goods, from books to video games. It has all the leading clothing brands as well as food chains.
It also houses a 11 screen multiplex and is visited by locals, tourists and celebrities alike. KR Market also known as City Market, is the largest wholesale market in Bangalore. Considered to be the largest flower market in Asia, it is the first locality in the whole of Asia to get electricity. It has many vendors in and outside the three story building selling merchandises, vegetables, fruits and flowers.
VR Bengaluru, popularly known as Black Box On Whitefield Road, is one of the largest shopping malls in India. The mall consists of The Hive, The Waverly and the SkyDeck. South India's first H&M store was launched here.
It also has other famous brands like, Forever 21, Forever New, AND, Adidas, UCB, and many more. 1MG Road Mall has a hand-picked selection of some of the best retail stores in India, including M.A.C., Clinique, The Body Shop, Fabindia, Hidesign, The Bombay Store, Aldo, Clarks, AND, Global Desi, Nike & Puma.
It also houses 5 Star Hotels like Taj Oberoi, Vivanta By Taj ,Hotel Hyatt & The Park among many more. High end restaurants and the Food Hall satisfy one's appetite. Brigade Road is one of the commercial centres and busiest shopping places in Bangalore. It has many shopping centres and retail outlets of international brands. It has also been the hub for New Year celebration. It has many shops, restaurants and pubs. You can find garments, electronics, household goods, as well as footwear in this marketplace where 1400 cars visit everyday.
Mahua Art Gallery is a leading contemporary art gallery in India, founded by Meenu Jaipuria. It promotes young, talented and emerging Indian Artists. Other than exhibitions, it hosts educational programs which include art appreciation lectures for collectors, artist development workshops and presentations on Indian Heritage art.
Renaissance Art Gallerie is one of the most established, long-standing contemporary galleries in India, founded by Shreen Malani. It exhibits a comprehensive collection of sculptures and paintings. Their clients range from Bollywood stars, ministers and businessmen, to those who pay monthly for a painting worth under Rs. 20,000 - for the love of art. They source from famous grandmasters to up-and-coming artists.
They became popular for music recital, dance performance, theatrics and special guest appearances at each opening with the goal of making art-shows equally interesting for art lovers. Gallery Time and Space is a contemporary art gallery which is curated by the awarded Renu George.
The arts are relevant to the times as a means of interpreting the inner and outer worlds. They also conduct art events like art appreciation courses, artist’s dialogues, group discussions, book launches, as well as music concerts, film screenings, poetry readings, and experimental theatre to engage the viewers.
Crimson - The Art Resource offers a wide and comprehensive range of Modern and Contemporary art which may be abstract, figurative, landscapes, still-life and portraits.
It features different art styles like realistic, pop, contemporary, modern, postmodern or ethnic art, promoting both established artists, as well as emerging ones whose artworks are always of high quality and yet affordable. The collection of NGMA comprises of paintings, sculptures, graphic prints and examples of early photography in India which showcased the historical development of modern art in India.
The gallery organizes and hosts talks on art and culture by eminent speakers, seminars, film screenings as well as workshops and guided walks throughout the year. Chitrakala Parishath is an art gallery on the campus of their institution, exhibiting the works of artists and art from various parts of not only India but also of international bearing. All kinds of Folk and Traditional artworks are put up in the five galleries.
They also hold various exhibitions, workshops, storytelling events among other activities. The Indian Cartoon Gallery is the first of its kind gallery in India. It was an initiative by the Indian Institute of Cartoonists (IIC) to exhibit best cartoonists all over the country, from the well-recognized to the emerging ones.
Apart from showcasing some of the wittiest cartoons in the country, the exhibit proves to be a brilliant commentary on world history and politics.
It is a fun art gallery as everyone loves cartoon and it also holds various activities and events including workshops. Tasveer Art Gallery is a gallery dedicated to the art of contemporary photography. The gallery includes the work of over 25 up-and-coming, established as well as international photographers.
A picture is worth a thousand words and visiting this art gallery is a great way to spend a day while interpreting different images by talented photographers. Sublime Galleria is the first sky gallery which is dedicated to the support and promotion of Fine Arts and Performing Arts. Works of several artists in Photography and Digital Art too are exhibited by the Gallery. Located at the center of the city, you can have a 360 degree view of the city from the gallery. It also holds various events for promotion of fine arts.
Rangoli Metro Art Centre aims to create a space dedicated to visual and performing arts. It consists of Nagara Pete (Market), Three Art Galleries: Vismaya, Chaya, Belaku, Auditorium - Rangasthala, Children's interactive play area - Chilipili, Upper Walk-way - Hoovina Haadi, Open area for outdoor performances - Bayalu, Friendship Point, Many outdoor spaces for artistic activities and workshops/Demonstrations, Info wall - Bangalore over the years and Green Initiation.
They conduct various events like theatre, music and dance performances along with exhibitions and many activities which engage people all around.
Ranga Shankara is a renowned theatre in Bangalore which is dedicated in remembrance of Shankar Nag. It is has "a play a day" policy and conducts plays in various languages each day, except Mondays. The Ranga Shankara complex also has performance space, book shop and a cafe for interaction between audience and performers. Chowdiah Memorial Hall is a cultural centre is Bangalore which hosts musical and theatrical performances as well as competitions.
Its built in the shape of a seven-string violin and is probably the only auditorium which is in the shape of giant violin and dedicated to the memory of a musician. It holds events from Carnatic and Hindustani concerts, jazz, ballets, traditional and contemporary dance performances, fashion shows, plays, jugalbandis, ghazals, international music festivals, graduation ceremonies and also school day programmes. Lahe Lahe is a popular venue for events which provides a platform for expression.
It hosts many events like musical shows, dance performances, theatre plays, music jams, workshops for acting, dance workshops, art and craft workshops, comedy shows, poetry events, discussions and talks. It holds a range of events which interests a wide audience and you must not miss a chance to attend the event that intrigues you.
Church Street Social is a franchise of Social in Bangalore which famous in India. It may fool you into believing that it's a warehouse but you will find a large crowd of youngsters hustling.
It is a great and a popular venue for musical events like DJ nights, karaokes and band performances along with various workshops and comedy shows.
It is a fun and funky place to hangout with friends along with some tasty food. The Humming Tree is a music venue and bar which is the most frequently visited place in Bangalore for nightlife. It offers food, drinks and music which makes it the most popular venue for musical events. The artist line-up here is better than any other cafe in Bangalore.
The Humming Tree is the place to be for great gigs from around the world and every genre. MLR Convention Centre is a space for performing arts like music, dance, theatre and cultural shows.
As they are flexible in space utilization, it is also used for conferences or social events like weddings and family get-togethers.
It is a good place to enjoy your favourite performing arts shows and you must lookout for them. Rangasthala Auditorium is a small performing arts space inside the Rangoli Metro Art Centre with a seating capacity of 120 people. It is a place hired as avenue by many theatre groups, comedians, musicians as well for lecturers and for talks. You can enjoy one of the best performers here as it is a popular place in Bangalore and visited by lots of people due to the art gallery and fun activities here.
Hard Rock Café provides groovy entertainment along with great food. The cafe is complete with a Stage hosting Live performances and Rock Shop, serving finger-licking American cuisine and local cuisine. Many bands, DJs, solo artists perform here along with talks and activities that keep up the spirits of the place.
Phoenix Market City is the largest mall in Bangalore in terms of its area and houses over 270 stores selling national and international brands along with a large food court. Due to a large number of visitors, a lot of events take place indoors and outdoors. Events like, concerts, branding events and even auto shows are hosted here. Jayamahal Palace Hotel is a very popular hotel in Bangalore and has functional rooms feature complimentary Wi-Fi, TVs, sitting areas, and tea and coffee making facilities.
While the amenities include a formal restaurant and a racing-themed bar. A lot of theatre performances, shows, fairs and carnivals take place here. It has a large ground where many concerts have taken place and must be attended along with a luxury hotel stay here.
best dating places in bangalore city to visit - Top 10 Romantic Dating Places in Bangalore for Couples to Hangout
Bangalore is a diverse city and full of beautiful places to visit. Bangalore’s climate adds to its beauty. Before we start with the list of places to visit in Bangalore, let us tell you few quick facts about Bangalore.
Bangaluru (also known as Bangalore) the IT city of India is also known for its nightlife and parks. Bangalore has a population of around 8.42 million. Bangalore is also referred to Silicon Valley of India. Bangalore is located in Southern part of the country at 900 m above the sea level which makes it the highest among the major cities of India.
We have listed down list of places you must visit if you are travelling to Bangalore. This list is also for people who are living in Bangalore and looking for quick weekend gateway. Sl. No. Places To Visit In Bangalore Location Operating Hours Approximate Distance from International Airport 1 Wonderla Amusement Park 28th Km, Mysore Road 11 am -6 pm 53 km 2 Bangalore Palace Vasanth Nagar 9 am - 5 pm 32 km 3 Bannerghatta National Park Bannerghatta 9:30 am to 5:30 am 71 km 4 Indira Gandhi Musical Fountain Raj Bhawan Road 10 am –4 pm; 5 pm–8:30 pm 32.8 km 5 Innovative Film City Bidali Industrial Area 10 am - 7 pm 76.4 km 6 Mantri Square Mall Sampige Rd, Malleshwaram West 10 am -10 pm 33.8 km 7 Nandi Hills Nandidurg, Chikkaballapur 6 am - 10 pm 38.7 km 8 Commercial street Shivaji Nagar Shops are open from 10 am - 10 pm 34.7 km 9 Loft 38 Indira Nagar 11:30 am –11:30 pm 42.6 km 10 Hogenakkal Waterfalls Chamarajnagar, Hogenakkal 8 am - 5:30 pm 159.5 km 1.
Wonderla Amusement Park Enjoy the thrilling 61 Rides & Water Games including rolller coasters and Ferris wheels.
2. Bangalore Palace 6. Mantri Square Mall If you are looking for some shopping, you can explore this mall. Mantri square mall is one of the biggest mall in India.
7. Nandi Hills Nandi hills is the place where you can experience the clouds. Nandi hill is around 1468 meter above the sea level. image credit: Youtube/Gajendra SaiRam 8. Antaragange cave If you are interested in caving this place is just 70 km from Bangalore 9. Shivanasamudra Waterfalls image credit: mysorecoorgtour.com 10. ISKCON Temple It is located at Rajajinagar, in North Bangalore. It is one of the largest ISKCON temple in the whole world.
image credit: iskconbangalore.org 11. Commercial street If you are tiered of shopping at Mall’s, try our commercial street. You can buy good stuff here at reasonable prices. 12. Om made cafe This is one of the best place for lunch in Bangalore 13. Loft 38 If you are looking for clubbing in Bangalore this is the best place in Bangalore for you. Loft 38 is open till 12 in the night.
This 14. M Chinnaswamy Stadium M Chinnaswamy Stadium stadium if one of the best stadium in India. If you are a cricket fan, you can visit this and click some selfies with the ground as a memory.
image credit: bcci 15. Hogenakkal Waterfalls You have to go little far from Bangalore to visit this one though, Hogenakkal Waterfall is 180 km from Bangalore but definitely a place worth visiting in Bangalore. 16. Micro Light Flying If you want to do some adventure this one is for you. I would rate this in top 5 activities to do in Bangalore. 17. River Rafting in Coorg Coorg is around 247 k.m away from Bangalore but definitely worth a visit for people who are looking at some water adventure Also check, If you like the story, don’t forget sharing it with your friends on social media.
Going on a date is always exciting, and one of the crucial elements is picking the right spot. The location needs to be a combination of various factors, it shouldn’t be too cliche but, it should be romantic at the same time.
The weather in Bangalore is always pleasant which is why it is seen as one of the best dating cities. Bangaluru City has a wide range of dating spots for couples on offer which are pocket-friendly and exciting at the same time.
Without further ado, we present the best date spots in Bangalore for a perfect hangout. Best Dating Spots in Bangaluru 1. Cubbon Park Cubbon Park is one of the main lungs of Bangalore and is an island of calm and tranquillity. The park was established in 1870 and is currently home to a variety of flora which makes this park an essential for any picnic date.
The bamboo groves provide some shelter from the hordes while the crop of rocks is a fun place to sit on and watch people. Either way, the date will be inexpensive, fun and relaxed. 2. KIAL The Kempegowda International Airport might seem like an odd choice for a date. However, the airport offers many gems for sweet moments that will make any date memorable.
Making the drive from the city to KIAL can be a great start to the date. Car can be parked in the airport parking area. There are many options for grabbing a quick bite at the airport where many gather to catch a flight or to receive loved ones.
For something more upscale, the Taj offers high end restaurants and coffee shops. 3. MG Road Metro Station Just outside the MG Road Metro station is the newly revamped MG Road boulevard. It has an exhibition space, performing arts theatre, restaurant, gallery and more. The boulevard also has an elevated walkway from which the view towards MG road and Parade grounds is truly spectacular. Quiet areas on the walkway with benches make for a relaxed spot for a date.
either on Brigade road or Kamaraj road before walking the short distance to the Metro Centre. 4. 100ft Road Every Bangalorean knows which 100ft road to gravitate towards when talking about having a good time. The Indiranagar 100ft road is one of the most happening locations in the city. With designer boutiques, pubs, breweries, clubs and restaurants calling this their home, a date night along this road will be one to remember.
While one could visit just one place, we recommend hopping from one place to another over the course of the entire day. Beginning at Glen’s bake house for some baked treats to Hoppipola while stopping along the way to buy some trinkets, this date has it all. 5. KR Flower Market Every morning, the streets adjoining K R Market come alive with the flower market.
Flowers from everywhere are brought to this open-air market where other flower sellers make their selection and cart their wares to be sold far and wide within the city. Located in the back alleys of the K R Market mosque, this market begins at the crack of dawn. As the sun comes up, one is treated to a riot of colours of different types of flowers.
A photo date in this market will make a lasting impression. 6. Chinnaswamy Stadium There is nothing like having a date at a stadium with the home team playing. A truly festive occasion, a match at this venerable stadium is a surprisingly good location for a date. Dressing up in the team colours, shouting chants, and Mexican waves are all part of the charm of this date.
It is best to self drive to the location as the arena has ample parking facilities. 7. Old Blossoms This location is for all the book lovers out there. Packed from floor to ceiling with books of every variety, Blossoms in a Bangalore institution by itself.
People come from far and wide to visit the Mecca of used books in the hopes to find that rare gem. A date within the closely spaced shelves with books to fill in any gaps in conversation, this location is the ideal date spot for those dates that meander through intellectual conversation with long gaps of silence filled with the sound of paper turning.
8. WonderLa WonderLa, although located slightly outside city limits in Bidadi about an hours drive from Bangalore, will be a date to remember. This location is most suited for couples who enjoy thrills and want to spend the entire day in the company of fellow thrill seekers. WonderLa offers both land and water rides.
The lazy river is a great place to catch a breather while allowing for conversation. The rain dance allows for the couple to unwind and groove to some music. An ideal end to a date will be a ride on the giant wheel which offers scenic views of the surrounding landscape. 9. Rangashankara Built as an ode to Shankar Nag, Rangashankara is one of the city’s most iconic institutions. With plays from the best theatre groups in the country, a date here will be steeped in culture. Rangashangara has a café that serves fresh akki roti as well as sabudana vada.
A quick coffee accompanied with some of the local delicacies and then a mesmerising play is what we call the perfect date. Be sure to reach the theatre on time as latecomers will not be entertained.
10. Concerts Bangalore is known for its music scene and a date celebrating the same cannot go wrong. Bangalore has many music genres to explore from jazz to rock to EDM. Based on the taste of the couple and the mood of the date, the venue and type of concert can be decided.
There are multiple options for dates in Bangalore and the location can be zeroed in based on the personality and interests of the individuals in question. Not all dates need to be expensive and Bangalore provides enough opportunities to have interesting dates that will stay with the couple for ages.
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