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Tourist Places to Visit in Bangalore

By Dinesh Singh @travellerpath

Bangalore is a great holiday destination and houses many parks and gardens like the Cubbon Park and the Lal Bagh. It also has some colonial style buildings which give the city a multiple personality. But there are some Bangalore tourist places which are less visited owing to the lack of publicity. So, this article is a small ode to such places. Here are some of the ones we recommend:

Bangalore Aquarium: It is popular but not as popular as it deserves to be. Since, it is situated in the premise of Cubbon Park, visitors check it out while touring the Park. But it can, on its own, stand out as a special attraction. Anyone who likes marine organisms would be fascinated by the collections which they have at this place.

Attara Kacheri: This is the city’s High Court. You may wonder what’s so special about it. Even though it is just a court, its design will throw you back to the early 20th Its architecture has that old world vintage appeal which makes it a photographer’s delight. Sadly, such architecture is running out of age in today’s swanky era. But the presence of such buildings is always a consoler.

Gandhi Bhavan: Gandhi Bhavan is another of those less visited Bangalore tourist places. This place has been built in the memory of Mahatma Gandhi and you can come across many of his philosophies at this corner. The modern day youths are forgetting his principles and engaging in atrocious acts of felony, crime and violence. The local government would do well to give more footage to such places in their promotional campaigns. It is a heritage building where you can truly feel the presence of the nation’s father.


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