Just a short walk from the hotel, this historical palace was designed as a smaller replica of Windsor Castle in England.
The oldest temple in Bangalore, the Bull Temple is devoted to Nandi, Lord Shiva’s wagon. Located on a mountain, the temple was built in the 16th century during Vijayanagara's rule and has become a revered place of worship.
The site is home to one of the largest Nandi sculptures in the world. The monolithic statue is carved from granite and reflects the Dravidian style of artwork.
Tipu Sultan's Summer Palace
Made entirely of teakwood, with beautiful pillars, arches and balconies, the Summer Palace was known as ‘Rash-e-Jannat’, which means the dwelling of happiness and the envy of Heaven. The heritage site is now a museum dedicated to the life of Tipu Sultan.
Dedicated to the Hindu deity Sri Radha Krishna, this temple features a gold-plated Kalash Shikhara flag on a 17-metre pole, which is known as the Dwaja-stambha. Located in northern Bangalore, the temple is maintained by the International Society for Krishna Consciousness and hosts various spiritual, cultural and educational activities throughout the year for its devotees.
St. Mary's Basilica
St. Mary's is the oldest church in Bangalore and the only one in Karnataka to have been elevated to the status of a minor basilica. It is famous for the festivities held during the St. Mary's Feast in September each year, an event that attracts a number of devotees from in and around Bangalore.
One of the most beautiful mosques in Bangalore, located on Millers Road, the Masjid-e-Khadria hosts (the) prayers on Eid as well as the Haj camp.
The Vidhana Soudha is the seat of the state legislature of Karnakata. The imposing building is an architectural marvel that combines Neo-Dravidian, Dravidian and Indo-Saracenic styles. With carved pillars, pediments, arches, cornices and bases, the building comprises four levels and an area of 245,000 square feet. The central dome, with a diameter of 60 feet, features the national emblem of India.