Travel to Bangalore for the Gardens

Known for the splendid amalgamation of culture and nature, Bangalore – the garden city of India, gives you enough reasons to love it to the core. Be it for the pleasant weather or the magnificent historical monuments, delectable cuisines or a happening nightlife, Bangalore can never disappoint you. Located on the Deccan Plateau, the city beautiful is home to majestic gardens along with several architectural wonders, exquisitely merging together the regal opulence with the beauty of nature.

Let’s explore the beautiful gardens of Bangalore to embrace the profound beauty of everything green and beyond:

  1. Cubbon Park – Enriched with diverse flora and fauna, Cubbon Park is a must-visit if you are in Bangalore. Whether you hire a cycle or you plan on taking a walk, the intricate splendour of Cubbon Park will leave you amazed. Located in the Central Administrative Area of Bangalore, the park is also home to numerous aesthetic buildings and statues of famous dignitaries.
  2. Lalbagh Botanical Garden – Situated in southern Bangalore, Lalbagh or Lalbagh Botanical Garden is one of the most famous gardens in Bangalore. With designs inspired by the Mughal Gardens, Lalbagh covers an area of a whopping 240 acres at present. From hosting flower shows (including the most prominent one that is held on the 26th of January each year) to housing over 1000 species of flora, the gorgeous Lalbagh Garden has a plethora of lawns, fountains, lotus pools, and flowerbeds which further add to its majestic grandiose.
  3. Bannerghatta Butterfly Park – While staying at the top hotels in Bangalore will give you a chance to experience the regal hospitality of the garden city, Bannerghatta Butterfly Park will bring you closer to nature and to the colourful butterflies. Home to mainly five species of butterflies including papilionidae and lycaenidae, a waterfall, and a landscaped garden, the butterfly park will introduce you to the intriguing life of butterflies and beyond.
  4. Cariappa Memorial Park – Located at the distance of mere 5 kilometres from the railway station, Cariappa Memorial Park is spread over an area of 22 acres and is one of the most beautiful parks you are likely to visit. The establishment of the park dates back to 1996 and is built in the memory of Field Marshall KM Cariappa. Maintained by the Indian Army, it offers a military-themed play area apart from the enthralling waterfalls.

So if you haven’t already planned on visiting these beautiful gardens in Bangalore, now is the time to do so. While with The LaLiT Ashok Bangalore you can rest assured of a luxurious in-room experience, the enriching flora and fauna of the aforementioned gardens will fill your heart with the quintessence of nature and its beauty.

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