Through trails of discovery and new experiences to explore, enrich your stay with a deeper appreciation of Bangalore, one of the most cosmopolitan cities in India. Although not an obvious tourist destination, in and around Bangalore there are many sights worth visiting. Capture the sense of culture and history at Bangalore Palace, noted for its tudor style architecture, and Tipu Palace, the most historically significant place in the city. For nature lovers, enjoy a day at Ulsoor Lake, the scenic Lal Bagh Botanical Gardens, or Bannerghatta National Park, home to one of the richest natural zoological reserves. Or simply enjoy the sunset views over Varthur Lake behind the hotel.
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Forum Shopping Mall
The Forum is a 650,000 sq.ft. futuristically designed shopaholic's paradise, offering a multi-brand bonanza. One of the largest shopping malls in the country, it is developed and brought to Bangalore by Prestige.
Phoenix Market City
Spread over 1 million sq.ft of retail space, Phoenix Market City comprises hypermarkets, department stores, bookstore, kids play zone, electronics and toy stores, and more. It also boasts one of the biggest multiplexes in the city with 12 screens.
The Karnataka Golf Association offers beautiful environs where a graceful game of golfing can be played on its picturesque 18-hole golf course. It is said that after the idea of building a course in Bangalore was put forward, Peter Thompson, the then British Open Winner, took it forward and with the help of state funds, the gates of the Karnataka Golf Association were opened in 1986.
The Government Museum of Bangalore
Delve into the history of Karnataka, witness the great civilisations of the Neolithic period and demystify the rich heritage of Mohenjodaro, Halebid and Vijayanagar culture all under one roof. The Government Museum of Bangalore is proudly one of the oldest museums in India. Spread over two floors and eighteen galleries, it showcases geology, natural history, sculptures and numismatics. The exhibit includes ancient coins and art, along with relics from the Indus Valley civilization. Many relics kept at the museum are as much as 5000 years old.
Vidhana Soudha counts amongst the most impressive as well as one of the most magnificent buildings in the city of Bangalore. It is mainly famous for housing the Legislative Chambers of the state government. The three hundred rooms of Vidhana Soudha accommodate approximately twenty-two departments of the state government.