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Activities in Bangalore

Accommodations

Holiday Village Resort

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Discovery Village

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Mango Mist Resorts

About : Welcome Beverage | Air Conditioned room | Attached Jacuzzi | LCD| Mini refrigerator | Eight Adventure game Coupons| Use of Standard Facilities | Complimentary breakfast | Tea / Coffee Maker

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Chairman’s Resort

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Clarks Exotica Resort

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Olde Bangalore Resort

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Tours

Military Style Camping with Paragliding

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Military Themed Obstacle Training for Corporate

Competing in an obstacle race provides you with an opportunity to dramatically boost your physical health, mainly because you suddenly have a specific rigorous event for which to prepare.

  • Leadership
  • Team Building
  • Bonding
  • Synergy
  • Adventure
  • Fun

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Sports Getaway near Bangalore for Team Building

Need some inspiration for your next company or team building? Then this Amazing place at Bangalore for Corporate Team Building and a Day Outing amidst nature for Sports is waht you looking for. Think outside the box and build rapport with fun HolidayMonk team-bonding outings that include everything from thrilling to friendly games of competition.

  • Great Football Turf
  • Badminton
  • Swimming
  • Cricket
  • Tennis
  • Squash

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Jungle Camp in Kakkabe

Located beside Kakkabe river, this campsite is adjacent the highest peak in Coorg. Soak up the river-based adventure activities like white-water rafting, kayaking etc while you enjoy the serenity of the hills around.

  • Trekking
  • Wildlife Safari
  • Kayaking
  • Team Activities
  • Low Rope Course

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Sharavathi Adventure Eco Stay

Sharavathi Adventure Eco Stay is located in the heart of Sharavathi Valley. Eco-stay has an old malnad architecture house with 1 room with attached toilet and 2 wooden rooms with attached toilets.

  • Eco Stay
  • High Rope Activities
  • Water Activities
  • Island Camping
  • Team Activities

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BR Hills Camping

Adventure Camping Near BR Hills, 150 Km From Bangalore

Our camp is located between BR Hills and MM Hills and near by Cauvery river with easy access to the Janumathi Falls. One of the unexplored area in the Karnataka so we can feel the silence and Jungle and typical forest village.

  • Trekking
  • Fishing
  • Coracle ride
  • Camping
  • Team Activities

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School Trip Chikmagalur

School Outing with Activities and Overnight stay in Chikmagalur

Memories of school Educational trips are among the most prominent of the formative years, largely because they are a welcome break in the routine for students with the purpose to educate, in a recreational manner.

  • Wilderness Training
  • Activities
  • Light Trek
  • Campfire

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trekking camping in chikmagalur

College Outing with Overnight stay in Chikmagalur

Chikmagalur is a great place for collage students outing from different places. There are many places of interest in Chikmagalur. Students can enjoy the outing with games and sports.

  • Homestay/Cottage
  • Trekking
  • Bonfire
  • Barbeque

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Chikmagalur

Teamouting with Activities in Chikmagalur

Convert your normal outing to a adventure one with long route trekking near Jagara valley to one of the highest peak in Karnataka. Combine the strength and spirit for the trekking and relaxation with sports.

  • Water Sports
  • Trekking
  • Swimming
  • Bonfire
  • Barbeque
  • Jeep Drive

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Ballarayanadurga Fort

Team outing with Overnight Camping in Chikmagalur

Stay in camping tents and experience the wild trekking along with nice photographs. A great place for corporate people to hang on and celebrate their day.

  • Camping
  • Tents Stay
  • Bonfire
  • Barbeque
  • Trekking

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Things to Do

Bal Bhavan

Bangalore Bal Bhavan is a beautifully planned amusement park as well as a recreation center, designed for children. There is a small toy train inside the park that runs on a track of almost 3/4th mile inside the beautiful Cubbon Park. Apart from the train, the other attractions of the Bal Bhavan include a Dolls Museum, which boats of a rich assortment of dolls and toys collected from different parts of the world. Read on further to know more about the Bal Bhawan of Bangalore, India.

A 20 million year old fossilized tree adds to the appeal of the park. The tree was gifted to the Bhawan by the Geological Survey of India. There are also facilities for boating inside the Bhavan, along with a small fair ground and a children’s park. The park has swings, horse rides and tree houses to keep the children busy and occupied. Hobby classes, like painting, arts and crafts, etc, are also organized at the Bal Bhavan of Bangalore.

The Vijayaranga Theatre situated inside the park organizes children’s film shows and theatre performances on a frequent basis. So, if you are going to Bangalore along with your kids, make sure to visit the Bal Bhavan.

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Bangalore Palace

Bangalore Palace is situated in the Palace Gardens, at the heart of the Bangalore city of India. Built in the year 1887 by Wodeyar dynasty, it is adorned with magnificent woodcarvings and Tudor-style architecture on the inside. Infact, the palace is quite similar to the medieval castles that were built in Normandy and England. The Windsor Castle of London left a great impression on King Chamaraja Wodeyar of Wodeyar dynasty, on one of his trips to England. Inspired by the Tudor style architecture, he got the Bangalore Palace built in the city.

Once surrounded by beautiful gardens, the palace has now lost much of its original charm. However, it still succeeds in attracting tourists. Fortified towers, Gothic windows, battlements and turrets lend a great degree of magnificence to the Bangalore Palace of India. Mainly constructed of wood, it boasts of splendid carvings and paintings. Today the palace serves as the venue for various exhibitions, concerts and cultural programs held in the city. The ground floor of the Bangalore Palace comprises of a massive open square.

The square is full of granite seats that are adorned with fluorescent blue ceramic tiles. Along with the courtyard is a ballroom, where private parties of the King used to be held. As we move to the first floor, the foremost thing that comes into view is an ornate room, known as the Durbar Hall. The King used this hall for addressing the assembly. Mounted on the hall is a colossal elephant head, while its walls are ornamented with exquisite paintings. One of the walls of the Durbar Hall has a set of windows that are decorated with stained glass.

There is an abundant use of the yellow color in the hall, with the walls as well as the sofa being of the said color. One end of the room houses a screen, which provided a veil to the ladies when they used to sit and watch the assembly proceedings. There are also a number of paintings of Raja Ravi Varma, a renowned artist in the palace. The inner walls of the Bangalore Palace are also festooned with paintings belonging to the mid-19th century. The other attractions of the palace include a dining table of the Diwan of Mysore, Sir Mirza Ismail.

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Gandhi Bhavan

Gandhi Bhavan of Bangalore is dedicated to Mahatma Gandhi, the Father of the Nation. The Bhavan was set up with the intention of promoting the life and teachings of Gandhiji. Situated on the Kumara Krupa Road, Gandhi Bhawan was started as Gandhi Smaraka Nidhi (GSN), under the chairmanship of Dr Rajendra Prasad, the then President of India. The main attraction of the Gandhi Bhawan consists in a comprehensive picture gallery, displaying the entire life of Mahatma Gandhi.

The gallery has photographs of Mahatma Gandhi, from early childhood to the last day of his life. Apart from that, there are also Photostat copies of the letters written by him to the various personalities of his time. One can also see placards with the famous quotes of Gandhiji, hanging on the walls of the Bhavan. Today, the Gandhi Bhavan of Bangalore serves as the venue for public meetings organized on Gandhian values.

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Government Museum

The Government Museum of Bangalore counts amongst the oldest museums in India. It is located at the Kasturba Gandhi Road, quite near to the magnificent Cubbon Park. Colonel Sankey designed the main building of the Government museum and got it constructed in the year 1876. Later, a number of wings were added to the main building. Bangalore Government was opened up for public viewing in the year 1886 only.

The Government Museum of Bangalore comprises of two exhibition floors, which have been further divided into eighteen galleries. These galleries comprise of different sections like geology, natural history, sculpture, art and numismatics. The rich collection of the museum comprises of ancient coins and art, along with relics from the Indus valley civilization, especially Mohenjodaro, Halebid and Vijayanagar. Many relics kept at the museum are as much as 5000 years old.

Government Museum of Bangalore also houses prehistoric artifacts, belonging to the Neolithic period. These artifacts were unearthed while excavations were being carried out at Chandravalli. Other items displayed inside the museum include a rich assortment of South Indian jewelry, fascinating stones, inscriptions, icons, paintings, coins, miniature paintings, sculptures, textiles, etc. Government Museum is open on all days, except Wednesdays and public holidays.

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Ulsoor Lake

Ulsoor Lake is situated on the northeastern fringe of the city center, near the busy M. G. Road. The lake was constructed by Kempe Gowda II, during the later half of the second century. Spread over an area of approximately 1.5 square kilometers, the Ulsoor lake of Bangalore is dotted with islands. One of the major attractions of the lake is boating. There is a boat club at the lake, where you can hire cruises with stopovers at some of the islands.

In the earlier times, Ulsoor Lake was known as “Halsur” or “Alasur”. The lake also serves as the venue for the Ganesha Festival celebrated in August/September. There is a recreational complex situated near the lake, with a swimming pool, where you can go for a swim. There is also a gurdwara near the Ulsoor lake, considered to be the largest Sikh shrine in the Bangalore city of India. The other famous monuments near the lake include a temple dedicated to Subbaraya and the Kensington Park.

It is said that the area around the Ulsoor Lake was once covered with forest. One day, Kempe Gowda came from Yelahankar chasing game and was very tired. He slept under the same tree where Mandava Rishi is believed to have worshipped God Somesvara. In his dreams, he saw God Somesvara, who told him about a hidden treasure. Kempe Gowda dug up the treasure and from the money, got the famous Somesvara pagoda built in the Dravidian style of architecture.

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Tipu Sultan Fort

Tipu Sultan Fort was initially built by Kempe Gowda, the founder of Bangalore. The fort was later extended by Tipu Sultan, the Emperor of Mysore. Situated near the City Market, the fort dates back to the year 1537. It was here that Hyder Ali, the father of Tipu Sultan, imprisoned David Baird, along with a number of other army officers of the British. The Fort stands as a witness to the struggle of the Mysore Emperor against the British domination. Read on to know more about Tipu Sultan Fort and Palace of Bangalore, India.

The intricately carved arches of the Tipu Sultan Fort have been built as per the Islamic style. Another major attraction of the fort is the well-preserved Ganapati temple situated inside it. Within the fort lies Tipu Sultan palace, which dates back to year 1790. Built entirely of teakwood, the palace was constructed as the summer residence of Tipu Sultan. The two-storied palace stands adorned with pillars, arches and balconies.

On either side of the Palace are beautiful gardens, which lead to its main entrance. There are beautiful floral motifs embellishing the walls as well as the ceilings of the Tipu Sultan Palace in Bangalore. Tipu Sultan used to conduct the affairs of the state from the eastern and western balconies of the upper floor. After the death of Tipu sultan, the palace was used by the British as their secretariat, till the year 1867.

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Orion Mall

Shining bright on the list of Malls in Bangalore is 8.5 lac square foot Orion mall at Dr. Rajkumar Road in Rajajinagar, Bangalore. The four floor building houses everything from high end brands to casual buys. The variety doesn’t stop there. Orion mall has some of the famous Gourmet restaurants and also everyone’s fast food favorites. The accessibility and space utilization, with ample parking space and good ambience make it a good place to shop and relax. Orion mall is made keeping the customer and there is everything under a single roof, from vegetables to LED TV’s.

Shoppers Paradise: With over a 100 branded stores Orion is a shopaholic’s delight. International clothing brands such as: Mango, Nautica and Jack and Jones have their stores, so does Indian ethnic wear brands such as Jashn and Manyavar. The upper ground floor and first floor houses the Star Bazzar a hypermarket for your daily grocery shopping.

Entertainment Galore: The PVR Cinema multiplex in Orion is considered to India’s finest with the largest seating capacity. It also boasts of a 27 lane bowling alley called PVR Blu-O. With its ambient blue lighting Blu-O gives a totally international experience. Blu-O also includes a whole playing experience with X-box lounges as well as karaoke lounges as well as a tattoo studio. With India’s first Youngistan    bar, it is one of the favourite hangouts for the young crowd. Even the kids have a place to play, at the Timezone. With Merry go round and an arcade games this is best place for the little kids.

Gastronomical Delights: Orion brings the food of the world to your plate. From Italian, to Chinese to Mexican, there is fine dining in variety of cuisines. From Indian restaurant chains such as Mainland Chine to America’s favourite Mexican joint Chillis, there is food for every palate. If it is quick bite that you prefer the food court interestingly called ‘Saucepan’ offers all the fast-food favorites, from pizzas to dosas, everything is available at the food court. For the sweet tooth there are kiosks of Baskin Robbins, Cookie Man and Sweet World.

Complete Pampering: If one is tired of shopping, one can head to the Footworks spa. For the full salon experience there is The Affinity Salon that offers a range of services, right from haircut to pedicures.

Star Attraction: Not only does Orion host many events, from kid’s festival to fashion shows but it is also one of the hot spots to see one’s favourite celebrities. From Deepika Padukone to Steve Waugh, Orion is one of those malls where famous people love to drop in.The movie stars are often spotted at the multiplex to promote their movie.

Mall Timings: 10am to 10pm.

Location: The Orion is located at the Brigade Gateway Campus. it is easily accessible from any of the entrances of the Brigade Gateway. The nearest landmark being Metro Cash and Carry at Dr. Rajkumar road in Malleswaram-Rajajinagar.

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Infant Jesus Shrine

Situated in the heart of the city, Infant Jesus Church in Bangalore is a fan shaped hall. It can accommodate around 2500 people and has 9 faces and openings on all sides of the church. Apart from this, it has a mezzanine area and basement parking.
The interiors of the church are so designed that wherever people are sitting, the altar is facing them. The main mural, 6×9 metres, replicates the nativity scene in the nativity church of Jerusalem. In 1969, the foundation for a new church was laid by Rev. Dr. S. Lourduswamy, the then Archbishop of Bengaluru. The mass takes place at various timings in English, Tamil and Kannada.

At the shrine, the tradition is to light candles, usually bought from the stalls outside or within the church premises. Garlands offered to the deity are almost immediately taken off to be resold. As soon as a candle is lit and placed on a stand, a church volunteer (there are 120 of them on a Thursday) picks it up, douses the flame, and tosses it into a large basin to make space for others. These candles are melted, recycled and resold from the church stalls. Every Thursday, around 120,000 candles are lit.

The church started as a small tent in 1971 in what used to be a rose garden. There are stories about its early magical powers—especially on Thursdays. Seventy-one-year-old Vedha, who has been visiting the shrine for 37 years, says: “There was a tent with a statue of Infant Jesus and it began to rain. It was a Thursday and the disciples sat praying and though the tent was leaking and everybody was getting drenched, there was not a drop on the statue.”

The church, which has 28,000 members, sees about 10,000 people walking in every Thursday, including celebrities like Kannada actors Shivrajkumar and Aindrita Ray, who prefer the late hours to avoid crowds.

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Bannerghatta National Park

Bannerghatta National Park is situated at a distance of approximately 21 km from the Bangalore city of India. Situated amidst picturesque environs, the national park is well renowned for its lion and tiger safari. The other attractions of Bannerghatta National Park include its crocodile and snake farm. Bannerghatta National Park was established in the year 1971 and spreads over an area of 104 sq. km. Ten reserve forests of Anekal Range of the Bangalore Forest Division come under this national park.

One of the famous picnic spots near Bangalore, Bannerghatta National Park houses bisons, lions, elephants, panthers, etc. A pet’s corner as well as a museum is also situated inside this national park. Lion safaris are also organized at request. Bannerghatta National Park boasts of a rich flora, comprising of the zizyphus, jalari, neem, tamarind, chujjullu, sandal, etc. If you want to experience the beauty of the wild animals in their natural habitat, this national park is the just the place for you.

Butterfly Park
One of the major attractions of the Bannerghatta National Park is a Butterfly Park, the first of its kind in India. The park is a combined effort of the Zoo Authority of Karnataka, University of Agricultural Sciences and the Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology and Environment (ATREE). Union Minister of Science and Technology Kapil Sibal inaugurated the park in November 2006. Spread over an area of 7.5 acres, it comprises of a butterfly conservatory, a museum and an audio-visual room.

The butterfly conservatory is a circular enclosure stretching over an area of 10,000 sq ft, covered by a polycarbonate roof. There are approximately 20 species of butterflies at the conservatory, which has an adjusted environment that suits the butterflies. The setting is entire tropical, with humid climate and an artificial waterfall. The flora of the conservatory includes those plants and shrubs that attract butterflies. As you move forward from the conservatory, you will come across the second and third dome, which house a museum. The museum has numerous dioramas and exhibits on display.

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M Chinnaswamy Stadium

Chinnaswamy Stadium in Cubbon Road, Bangalore

Chinnaswamy Stadium is one of the best and the foremost stadiums of the country that has been conducting major cricketing events for the country for many years now.Chinnaswamy Stadium Bangalore has a history of more than 40 years in undertaking major cricket matches during this tenure. The stadium came into existence in the year 1970.

The Stadium

India is known to be a major sporting country where people are crazy about sports. Cricket is the most praised, preferred and even worshipped sport in the country. The country has been producing the best cricketing talent for many years now and has many legendary cricketers in the hall of fame. For many such legends, Chinnaswamy stadium was a source of their success and a platform to showcase their talents.

Chinnaswamy Stadium Conducts Sports Events

The Sporting Events

The stadium was known as the Karnataka State Cricket Association Stadium before being re-named as Chinnaswamy stadium. Initially the stadium was used for the First-class cricket matches but as the time passed by the stadium even started conducting other major cricket events. The stadium was also the podium for famous cricketing legends like Godon Greenidge and Viv Richards. It has been a stadium that has been conducting events like World Cups, Test Tours and even the newly introduced concept of the IPL. The stadium in association with the BCCI was chosen as the center for National Cricket Academy to provide training to the promising stars of the future. It is the home ground for the Karnataka state cricket team that plays all their matches in the stadium. The reputed IPL team Royal Challenger also plays all their home matches in this Bangalore cricket stadium.

The National Events

The stadium is located at a central location in the beautiful city of Bangalore. The stadium has an enthralling panoramic view of the major locations of the city. The stadium has a capacity of more than 50,000 individuals with the best comfort and affordability to let the viewers get the best out of the match. The stadium has a good flood lighting facility to let the match be played even during the day and night matches. The management has plans to develop the stadium and increase the capacity of the stadium to up to 80,000 and make it one of the biggest cricket stadiums in the country. Chinnaswamy stadium has also held many national and traditional events that are viewed by millions of people across the world and the stadium stands as a sign of prestige.

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