Things To Do


  • Breakfast at Mavalli Tiffin Room

    More popularly known as MTR, this is one of Bangaluru’s oldest (est 1924) and most well known restaurants. Try the Bisibele Bath, Rava Idlis, Masal Dosas and Chandrahara (a sweet served only on Sundays) and of course Filter coffee.

  • Janapada Loka Folk Art Museum

    This museum is dedicated to the preservation of rural local culture. It has a wonderful collection of folk-art objects, including 500-year-old shadow puppets, festival costumes, musical instruments, a superb temple chariot and a replica of a traditional village.

  • Musical Fountain

    The dancing and musical fountains are one of the most advanced dancing fountains in India based on multimedia technology. It is the country's first musical fountain with visual image facility.

  • Paragliding

    Experience the thrill of Paragliding over the beautiful hills and valleys for some of the most memorable experiences at Nandi Hills.

  • Paragliding at Nandi Hills

    Nandi Hills is one of the prime locations for Paragliding in India. It is situated 68 kms from Bangalore, plus paragliding is one of the many aero sports that you can take part in at Nandi hills.

  • Rock Climbing at Ramanagaram

    Rock climbing in Ramanagara is an activity every adventure buff should try. Located just about 50 km from Bangalore, Ramanagara is a very popular rock climbing destination in Karnataka.The rocks in Ramanagara are majorly granite rocks, which is the most preferred type among Indian climbers. On the rock climbing grading scale, Ramanagara is usually placed in the moderate to difficult grade. The place is recognized as an international rock climbing site.

  • Sankey Tank

    Sankey Tank is an ideal place for lazy boat rides and leisurely walks. The lake is spread across an area of 37. 1 acres. At its widest, the tank has a width of 800 mts. or 2624. 7 ft. During the winter season, the lake is converted into the nesting grounds of a plethora of migratory birds.

  • Shopping

    Bengaluru presents the shopper with unlimited options when it comes to shopping. From street stalls to local markets, Bengaluru has a surprise hidden in every corner. Buy the world famous Mysore Silk in a range of colours or buy the Sandalwood idols as souvenirs. Go on a shopping spree in Bengaluru.

  • Tipus Drop

    It is located on a hilltop on a cliff which lies 600 m above the elevated ground. The place is beautiful and is a must-visit for the nature lovers. The drop was used as a place to push the prisoners off the cliff as a punishment for their wrong doings.


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