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Top Gardens to visit in Bangalore

Posted by: Ginger Hotels
26 Apr
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Blog - Top Gardens to visit in Bangalore

Travelling can be a revitalizing experience and benefit your life in many ways. Studies have proven that travellers have great communication skills and high social skills. It is also found that travelling increases your productivity in work and reduces stress in your life too. Travelling opens you up to experience new traditions and cultures that will broaden your perspective.

 

If you are travelling to Bangalore and want to experience urban life yet be closer to nature, we have that covered. So, let's get straight to the point and tell you Top 4 Gardens that you can visit in Bangalore:

1. Bugle Rock Park:

Bugle Rock Park is famous for its different types of flora. The park has been named Bugle Rock Park because of a massive rock under the Basavangudi area that is situated in the south region of Bangalore. These rocks have been formed naturally and they are highly jagged. The park also accommodates an amphitheatre and temple of Ganesha and Nandikesha. You can also be amazed to find different varieties of bats that inhabit in Bugle Rock Park.

 

2. Cariappa Memorial Park:

Pay tribute to the Indian Army and indulge yourself in the lap of nature in Cariappa Memorial Park. This park is open 7 days a week. The memorial of Armed Force Officer - Field Marshal K M Cariappa - is also situated inside the park and you are greeted by a tall statue of the Field Marshal at the gateway. You also get to hear the chirping sound of different birds wandering around in the park.

 

3. Lal Bagh Botanical Garden:

If you have had a trip to Bangalore without visiting the famous Lal Bagh Botanical Garden, then you are missing out on a beautiful experience of witnessing more than 1000 varieties of flowers at a single place. This garden is categorised as one of the Mughal Gardens of South India. If you are in dire need of visiting this place, then you will find this garden in the southern part of Bangalore.

 

4. Cubbon Park:

If you are a pure nature lover, then this place will make you fall in love again and again. Great for nature lovers and joggers, Cubbon Park is simply a heaven for them. Many varieties of trees like Chestnut, bamboo, Oak and much more can be found which adds to the enchanting appeal.

 

So, pack your stuff and get ready for an amazing trip to Bangalore. You don't have to worry about finding great hotels as Ginger Bangalore IRR & Ginger Bangalore Whitefield will take care of all your accommodation requisite. The blend of best-in-class amenities and pocket-friendly price makes Ginger Hotels Bangalore an ideal option for you!

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