BANNERGHATTA BIOLOGICAL PARK

The Bannerghatta National Park is situated 22 km away from the city. A variety of fauna in the picturesque surroundings of the park can be seen. It is a reserve of lions, Indian tigers and many other mammals. Crocodiles, picnic corner, pets corner and serpentarium with lion’s safari are among the many attractions in the park. The small zoo in the park displays many zoological items.

ISKON TEMPLE

Just like all other Iskcon temples, Bangalore Iskcon temple is also dedicated to Lord Krishna. It is situated to the west of the Chord Road, on a seven-acre hillock, known as the ‘Hare Krishna Hill’. The Iskcon temple of Bangalore was built to commemorate the birth centenary of the founder of ISKCON, Sri Prabhupada. It is built in the Neo-Classical style, which combines the conventional elements of temple architecture with modern high-tech amenities.

WONDER LA

Wonder La is a theme park which has pleasant surprises and is full of fun. It has thrill rides and fun water slides which are refreshing. The park is divided into two parts: Dry Rides and Wet Rides. Dry rides has lots of scary stuff, rides turning you topsy turvy. It is located near Bidadi, 28 kilometres (17 mi) fromBangalore, spanning 82 acres (33 ha) of land. It has been promoted by V-Guard Industries Ltd, based in Cochin, Kerala. It is the second theme park project from the group and has been operational since October 2005. It has been set up with a total investment of over Rs. 105 crores.  The park features a wide variety of attractions including some rides, water rides, a Musicalfountain and laser shows, a Virtual Reality Show. Wonderla has a full fledged Didance floorwith a twist: electronically controlled rain showers. Wonderla also has attractions specially designed for children, and these are gentle yet unusual like a kiddies free fall ride. It usessolar heated water for all its pools during winter

LAL BAGH

Lalbagh is a public park and botanical garden in Bengaluru. It has evolved over centuries from 1760 when it was first established by the Muslim Mysore ruler, Haider Ali. Lalbagh has a vast collection of 673 genera and 1,854 species of plants. Enclosing a massive 240 acre area of land, it is frequented by walkers, bird watchers, and nature lovers. In addition, the magical environment at Lalbagh has ensured that plant species from varying demographic and climatic locations thrive together here.

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