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Famous Gardens and Parks of Bangalore

Bangalore being the famous business hub of India is known as the “Garden City of India” due to its abundance of lush greenery and numerous parks and gardens full of a beautiful array of flowers, plants, and trees. These gardens and parks are the lung of the city and popular tourist place for both locals and tourists coming to the city. Many parks have a recreational facility, zoo, and many others. Here we make a list of Parks & Gardens in Bangalore

Top Gardens and Parks of Bangalore

Lal Bagh Botanical Gardens

Lal Bagh Garden In Bangalore

Lal Bagh, Source-:Flickr, Nitin

Lal Bagh Botanical Garden is a sprawling 240-acre garden and was originally commissioned by Hyder Ali. The garden has country’s largest collection of tropical plants, an aquarium, and a lake. There is also a 3000 million years old rock formation in the garden. Lal Bagh is one of the most famous tourist destination of Bangalore City.

Cubbon Park

Cubbon Park in Bangalore

Cubbon Park, Source-: Wiki, Augustus Binu

Located at the heart of the city Cubbon Park is the lung of this city sprawling over and area of 300 acres with lush greenery and beautiful flowers and trees. It is one of the famous picnic spots among the tourists and the locals surrounded by about 6000 plants species.

Bannerghatta National Park

Bannerghatta National Park Bangalore

Bannerghatta National Park Bangalore, Source-:Flickr, ViveeOnline)

Bannerghatta National Park has located about 22 km from Bangalore city and is a major tourist attraction in Bangalore. Spanning over an area of 25,000 acres the park houses some richest natural zoological reserves. Butterfly Park the country’s first Butterfly Park is also located at its premises.

The Coles Park

The Coles Park Bangalore

The Coles Park Bangalore, Source-: ecitybuzz.wordpress.com

Located in Frazer Town Bangalore on Promenade Road The Coles Park is named after the Mysore Resident and was built in 1914 and is popular place amon locals for relaxing, jogging and other recreational activity. The Park is full of trees and plants and is maintained by Municipal Corporation.

Cariappa Memorial Park

Cariappa Memorial Park

Cariappa Memorial Park, Source-:Flickr, Catilinarian

Sprawling over an area of 22 acres Cariappa Memorial Park is a part of Parade Grounds on M.G Road and is dedicated to Field Marshall K.M. Cariappa of Indian Armed Forces. The park is built in military themes offering various recreational and fitness areas which are maintained by Indian Army.

Bugle Rock Park

Bugle Rock Park in Bangalore

Bugle Rock Park, Source-: Flickr, Andreas Metz

The park is located in Basavangudi area where you will find a 3,000 million years old rock amidst a small park with waterfalls and fountains. The park is a famous destination as it also have famous Hindu temple Dodda Basavana Gudi and also a Ganesha temple.

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3 Responses to “Famous Gardens and Parks of Bangalore”

sanjay gurung Says

I visited lalbagh rewlly exited i like to visit next times also its so gud n romantic park
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Bache Gowda R Says

We desired to name all Yelahanka parks in particular and others in general through S.R.Vishwanath BELOVED MLA Yelahanka Constituency/BBMP .Please suggest names of famous names.rivers ,people who gave importance for Parks in urban area etc

Raviprakash Says

J p park in Bangalore 85 acres with musical fountain and more than 150 species planted with lake in between