101 Things to Do in Bangalore

A Definitive Guide for What To Do in Bangalore - Meet Your City!

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    Spend the day at Rangoli Metro Arts Centre

    The center is a one stop novel cultural activity center for any number of interests. Three art galleries, Vismaya, Chaya and Belaku that exhibit visual art such as paintings, photographs, sculptures, installation and artifacts. Rangasthala the auditorium that hosts puppet shows, magic & comedy shows, the children’s play area with an interactive fountain , games and structures. A demo area dedicated to pottery & batik printing amongst others. Nagara Pete provides the opportunity for independent artists, designers, small collectives, vintage shops and cottage industries to set shop. The open space that hosts Drum Jams, Music Performances ,comes alive during festivals.
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    U gotta be at UB City

    When are out of any option for things to do in bangalore, then you gotta be at UB City. UB City is India’s First Luxury Mall and a city by itself located in the Central Business District of Bengaluru. The built up area of 16 lakh sq ft with 4 towers house commercial offices, banks, high-end retail stores, a five star hotel, serviced apartments, restaurants, food courts, pubs, health clubs, cafes, art gallery and also an amphitheater. The Collection at UB City plays host to several classic events. Annually UB City hosts Art Bengaluru, one of the most reputed Art Festivals in India, created to showcase a wide spectrum of art forms and provide a platform for Indian & International artists.
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    Stroll around Lal Bagh

    Lal Bagh spread across 240 acres and is home to a number of trees that are more than 1000 years old and has more than 1000 species of flora. If you are a nature admirer and love being around a natural environment, a casual walk or jog exploring the greenery makes for a beautiful day. A romantic walk around lush greenery would make the flurry of the city fade and make your hearts flutter. The Lalbagh Glass House, designed to mimic London's Crystal Palace, is visibly the cherry on the cake. The bi-annual flower show is a must do! Explore by taking a guided tour with Bangalore Walks.
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    Picnic at the Cubbon Park

    Cubbon Park is greenery surrounded by cultural institutions, government buildings and other historical monuments making it a region to explore. The symmetrical park was a resting place for traders as they traveled between old Bangalore and Cantonment. The park is beautified with countless flowers, shady trees, groves and other floral species. The Seshadri Iyer Memorial Library, Queen’s Park, band stand, bamboo pond and the Bal Bhavan children’s park make it a place for the entire family.
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    Checkout an art exhibition at Karnataka Chitrakala Parishath

    This is one of the premier fine art institutions in the country. Its activities extend to dance performances, folk theatre, photography exhibitions, puppet shows and musical recitals. Chitrakala Parishath is a goldmine of paintings by famous artists including Roerich. It contains a graphic studio and an open air theatre, and houses five art galleries which are hired out to artists who wish to display their work. The Parishat has worked to revive dying art forms, its most notable successes being in traditional Mysore paintings and leather puppetry. It also holds workshops, artists’ camps and demonstrations. The institution houses the Chitrakala Vidyalaya, a college of fine art forms, affiliated to the Bangalore University and offering courses in painting, sculpture, graphic art, applied art and art history.
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    Be Impressed by the National Gallery of Modern Art

    Spread over an area of 3.5 acres, this historic heritage mansion was transformed from a residence into a museum. The heritage building has been supplemented by a new Gallery Block. It is also equipped with a refurbished auditorium, a reference library, a cafeteria, and a museum shop cum facilitations block. It houses paintings, sculptures, prints and drawings from the late 18th century. It also displays works by famous Indian artists like Raja Ravi Varma, Amrita Shergil, Ravindranath Tagore, Nandalal Bose, Jamini Roy and also works of other international artists. Art Exhibitions, Film screenings and Lectures make NGMA a cultural center par excellence.
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    Shop & pub hop at M.G Road & vicinity

    The lifeline of Bangalore, MG Road is a favourite with tourists and locals alike as it offers a diverse range of stores selling everything from traditional handicrafts to silk. Soch, Deepam, Pantaloons, Cotton World showrooms for attire, Jamal’s famous cutlery, book lovers revel at Blossoms and Cauvery Arts and Crafts emporium is the place for the best handicrafts. Church Street running next to MG Road is lined with food joints & pubs and is alive with activity always. The fact that nearly 10 things in this things to do list is situated near MG Road is a testitmony to this cosmopolitan hood.
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    Watch Cricket at M Chinnaswamy Stadium

    This stadium has been hosting several Test cricket matches, international plays, musical events and concerts for almost 4 decades now. It has a seating capacity of almost 36,000 people. Also, it is the home turf of Royal Challengers Bangalore and Karnataka State Cricket Team. Apart from cricket tournaments, the stadium also hosts lot of other musical and cultural events. For a taste of India’s sporting passion, attend one of the regular cricket matches at M Chinnaswamy Stadium. Check online for upcoming schedule of Tests, one-dayers and Twenty20s.
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    Bar-Hopping in Indira Nagar

    Bars get mumblers talking, dancers whacky and everyone happy-go-lucky. Even teetotalers frequent for the kick-back mood, good food & ambiance. Toit for its fresh brew, Loft38 for its spacious dance floor, Vapor Brew & Bar for their beer cocktails, Hoppipola for its rooftop, Three Dots and A Dash with its coolest glasses, The gastropub Monkey Bar , Tippler - On the roof for the Russian vibes pave the way to a happy-hour or endless evening of Bar hopping.
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    Watch an Indie Play at Ranga Shankara

    Ranga Shankara is one of Bangalore’s iconic theatre venues and a treat for all theatre lovers! You can catch plays here every day, thanks to their ‘Play A Day’ concept, and the tickets are easy on the pocket. Booking in advance is highly advised! Latecomers are taboo and so be on time and line up as it's free seating. Their cafe offers finger licking food. Ranga Shankara also has a quaint bookstore and offers sightings of famous literary and theatre personalities in town.
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    Hang Out at Phoenix Market City Mall

    Phoenix Marketcity Bengaluru has established itself as a one stop destination for latest fashion trends women & men , entertainment & movies, food & beverages and rightly so. Also, it has exclusive showrooms for kids wear and offers wide range of products in kids footwear and clothing. The mall hosts several signature events and concerts where best in class music brands and popular Bollywood singers participate.It is a city within a city, an urban space where retail, entertainment and leisure offerings co-exist.
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    Tour the Tipu Sultan’s Palace

    Tipu Sultan’s summer palace is the classic example of Indo- Islamic architecture and is housed within the walls of the Bangalore Fort. Close to the vibrant Krishnarajendra (KR) Market stands the elegant palace of Tipu Sultan, notable for its teak pillars and ornamental frescoes. The ground floor of the palace houses a museum which showcases a portrait of the monarch, his clothes, the missiles used during the wars with the British and a couple of his swords. Though the mansion is not grand in size, it's amazing wooden architecture and floral patterns on the walls & ceilings, makes it worth a visit.
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    Call of the Commercial Street

    Commercial Street is the oldest and the busiest street in Bangalore which trades in clothes, footwear, jewellery, electronics and food joints. It is crowded with locals, students, and even tourists for buying clothes at very low prices. The street offers stalls with tempting street food for a small snack break in between shopping.
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    Visit the ISKCON Temple

    Built in a magnificent architectural style, the temple is a perfect union of spirituality and modernity. Perched on top of a hillock, this is the 21st century version of an Indian temple with both traditional and modern vibes intertwined – all marble, ultra clean, well-organized darshan , non-chaotic, souvenir shops, café , discourses and also a vedic experience film screening. The shrine is quite a grand sight when all lit up at night. Experience true bliss through soul talks, yoga sessions and meditation workshops.
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    Take a Safari at Bannerghatta National Park

    Spread over a 100 sq km the park housing a diverse kind of animals and birds is a delight for nature/animal enthusiasts. Lion & Tiger safaris are best done through Jeeps and visiting the Butterfly Dome is a must. Other attractions are the Zoo, Museum and Wildlife Film shows. A wonderful spot to picnic for young nature lovers.
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    Enjoy the rides at Wonder La

    An amusement park situated on Bangalore – Mysore Expressway, Wonder La is India’s biggest amusement and water park and is great fun for kids & adults alike. The park offers over 50 kinds of rides – water sports and open rides. Attractions include musical fountain and laser show, virtual reality show, high thrill rides, kids’ rides, heated wave pools, and numerous water rides. Get there early and make the most of your day or stay at the fine Wonder La Resort. The Park also hosts special evenings during Christmas & New Year time.
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    Ramble around Nandi Hills & Devanahalli Fort

    About an hour’s drive from Bangalore this is a favourite one day getaway for cyclists, trekkers, picnickers and photographers. Tipu Sultan made this his summer haven, rightfully so. This ancient hill fortress scattered with monuments and temples is a welcome change from the bustling city life.En route to Nandi Hills on NH7, the Devanahalli Fort is famed as the birthplace of Tipu. It showcases marvellous architecture and grandeur. Explore the fort with Bengaluru by Foot guided tours.
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    Catch a Concert at Chowdiah Memorial Hall

    The crown-jewel of Malleswaram, for the art and culture savvy Bangalorean, watching shows here makes for the best weekend. Though mainly a concert hall (it is shaped like a violin even) – Musical and Dance Performance dare the order of the day. Chowdaiah regularly showcases the best of theatre talents and big productions from around India. It’s a great place to catch plays (even stand up comedy these days)in English, Kannada and Tamil and also dance dramas.
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    Water Sports at Manchinabele & Stroll around Dodda Aalada Mara

    Manchanabele Dam built over Arkavathi River, was designed by Sir M. Vishweshwarya. The backwaters of the dam form a lake surrounded by hills all around. If you are an ardent bird-watcher, your heart would sing here. Enjoy rappelling and watersports such as kayak, canoe, swimming and fishing here. And stay for the sunset if possible. Just over 10kms from the Dam, the Dodda Aalada Mara (Big Banyan Tree) has appeared in many movies. Covering over 4 acres this 400+ years old tree is a natural wonder. Bicycling to the Banyan is a best day out with buddies!
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    Explore the Bangalore Palace

    Modeled after the Windsor Castle surrounded by its gardens and cannons the Palace preserves a slice of bygone royal splendour . Fortified towers, Gothic windows and battlemented parapets make the palace a magnificent sight. It’s open to the public except the wings where the Wadiyars maintain a private residence. Opt for the audio tour and get introduced to the rich heritage of the Mysore Empire. The Palace Grounds host cultural performances, exhibitions and also weddings so if in luck you could catch a Rock(ing) performance or a Shopaholic Santhe!
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    Be part of the Kadalekaye Parishe at Bull Temple

    Bull Temple is a religious shrine that is unique in itself. Located in Basavanagudi (Basava=Bull) the image of 'Nandi' (Shiva's mount) has been made out of a single granite stone. It is believed that the temple was constructed to pacify a bull, who tried to gnaw away the entire groundnut grown in the fields nearby. Bull Temple observes a Kadalekaye Parishe (Groundnut Fair) every year in the month of November or December. In the ceremony, the farmers offer their first harvest of groundnut to Nandi as an appreciation and gratitude towards the Bull, Nandi.
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    Spend Shivaratri at Shivoham Temple

    The Shivoham Shiva Temple has a 65 feet tall statue of Lord Shiva seated in Lotus position, with a backdrop of Himalayas and surrounded by a pond. The sense of tranquillity that one can experience by looking at this marvel, with the blue sky moving above, is overpowering.To attain the ultimate gaol in life , Moksh, devotees stay awake on the night of Mahashivarathri celebration here. The Celebrations include, along with aarti & pooja, special Light & Sound show after sunset and from 10 p.m. onwards – Shiv Sa Re Ga Ma, Shiv Antakshari, Shiv Idol, Shiv Dhuni Sangam to keep devotees awake through the night of MahaShivratri.
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    Explore the Girias Children's Explorium

    Girias Children’s Explorium is the first of its kind Children’s museum in the country. The space is divided into six galleries - Explore, Splash, Live, Create, Build, Invent-with around 75 different exhibits.The Children’s Explorium is a space where the concept of an amusement park meets a science museum. Their tagline puts it rather aptly; it says, “where kids play to learn and adults learn to play”.
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    DBC at Corner House

    Corner House is an iconic ice cream parlor at almost every street-corner of the city. They serve icecreams, sundaes, shakes and fruit salads. But at Corner House Death By Chocolate (DBC) is a must.....Forget about the weight loss program you were following, stop counting the calories and just indulge in this creamy whammy. Chocolate lovers rejoice!
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    Admire the India Foundation For The Arts (IFA)

    IFA funds cutting-edge artistic practice, supports initiatives to bring the arts into the classroom, assist in institution building, funds scholarship in the arts, builds discourse around the discipline of curating in India and helps in the preservation and transmission of cultural knowledge.They organize Festivals, seminars and conferences, Workshops on themes of relevance to the arts and Conversations between artists too. They also Design and manage arts courses for educational institutions, Develop and conduct arts workshops and events for corporations.
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    Play Scientist at Visvesvaraya Industrial and Technological Museum

    For those with kids (8 years and above), this is the most innovative way of spending quality time together. Each of its floors are dedicated to a scientific discipline including an engine hall, electrotechnical gallery, fun science gallery, space gallery, science for children gallery and other attractions. This is an interactive museum that helps kids understand the basic principles of science. Vishweshwaraya Museum Bangalore and Smithsonian Institutions in the US are the only 2 Museums in the world to have a full scale replica of the 1903 Plane of Wright brothers. Dinosaur Enclave and the Taramandal Show are fascinating. Activities for the visitors' include sky observation programme, science demonstration show, popular science lecture and a commemorative programme.
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    Rediscover the Venkatappa Art Gallery and Government Museum

    Secrets from the Stone Age, glimpses of ancient civilization, rare coin collections and enchanting paintings and sculptures-- Venkatappa Art Gallery (VAG) and Government Museum has loads to offer to a curious mind. The premises present visitors with an insight into the past and the artists who belonged to the eras gone by as well as give visitors an opportunity to admire the present works. A single ticket gives entry for both the Venkatappa Art Gallery and the Government Museum. Venkatappa art gallery, named after the Court Painter to the Wodeyars , houses the paintings and art materials of the eminent artist Venkatappa, as well as those of other renowned artists like MF Hussain. The Museum now hosts Treasure Hunts and Book Reading sessions while the World Museum Day at VAG is an iconic event.
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    Language Arts and more at Alliance Francaise

    Alliance Francaise De Bangalore just adds to the cosmopolitan charm of the city. Nestled in a corner of the city, is an Indo-French Cultural centre. Alliance Francaise de Bangalore has an auditorium, a cafe, a TV-viewing space and a patio with a splash of green. The auditorium hosts various events like theatre festival, comedy shows, musical nights, workshops and many other cultural events. Foreign films and documentaries are regularly screened at the TV-viewing space. The place is also known for its art exhibitions. The Cafe has some mouth watering food that’s perfect munchies while taking a break from all the intellectual and cultural exchange. Lookout for their Cookouts by popular French Chefs.
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    Go Ah to Aha at Atta Galatta

    Atta Galatta is a place that is versatile, offers a wide selection of events every week and has a mini cafe where you can grab a bite!! Their selection of events, books and treats at the cafe are worth every buck. There is something happening for each age group, be it grown ups, kids or youngsters. Art, music, theatre, book launches and craft workshops – they offer everything. Atta Galatta intends to provide a platform for the literary and artistic moorings of the emerging cultural mindscape of Bangalore that regards both tradition and modernity equally. And they have a Café that supplies goods all over town.
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    View the Sunday Lighting at Vidhana Soudha

    One of the most famous landmarks of Bangalore, Vidhana Soudha reflects the architecture of the Neo-Dravidian times. It was built to showcase indigenous architecture and guide the new age of democracy. The Vidhana Soudha houses the State Legislature and the Secretariat of Karnataka. The magnificent white building is spread over 60 acres of land and is also the largest Legislative building of India. The building looks breathtakingly beautiful on Sunday evenings and on public holidays, when it is floodlit.
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    Joy of Chocolates at Jus’ Trufs

    Primarily meant for the chocolate crazy folks. The place has a huge diversification of chocolates and its products. This dine-in cafe also offers Cuisines such as continental and is worth to give a try for. If stirring your coffee with a Chocolate spoon or biting into the hazelnut Chocolate Pizza isn’t just as sinful enough, they also serve delectable events that would curb your cravings – Comedy, Poetry, Play /Movie Screenings, Storytelling and Festive specials too. And oh, did we mention they offer Chocolate Tours as well – Bookings open!
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    Sip up at the Wine Tours

    Did you know Bangalore’s weather and fertile soil are great for growing grapes for wines. Something tasteful for the wine aficionados, many wineries have cropped up around Bangalore among which Heritage & Grover are the best known. The tours help you learn the art of winemaking from fermentation to bottling, differentiate wines and also develop an appreciation for good wine. Grape stomping is a must-do if available! Lookout also for wine tasting & wine making workshops around town.
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    The Derby at Bangalore Turf Club

    Horse lovers rejoice at the Bangalore Turf Club. The Bangalore Race Course is probably the only one on the world where a limited space of barely 85 acres has been so comprehensively utilised to provide facilities such as stabling for over 1000 horses, three training tracks, an equine swimming pool, training schools, walking rings, a veterinary hospital and even an amateur riding school. The Derby is a visual treat- horse racing, spotting celebrities and off the ramp fashionistas.
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    Reach for the sky at HAL Aerospace Museum

    India’s second largest public aerospace museum established by Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL), it features a museum, showcasing the history and achievements of HAL, a library, aero modeling club and a souvenir shop. Fighter planes, jets, air crafts and more air crafts! Sky will be the limit for your little one’s excitement .What’s more? You'll get to use the flight simulator as well (at INR 10). This museum has everything you want to know about the aeronautical history of India and a glimpse of some of the most ferocious fighter planes of the India Air Force. The life size models are a sight that kids would delight.
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    Harbor Harmony at Art of Living (AOL)

    “Let this place be a chance for miracles in the lives of millions of people, where tears turn into smiles, depression turns into hope, dullness turns into creativity and hatred turns into love” The words of Sri Sri Ravishankar, Founder AOL, ring true at the AOL campus. Discover the 65-acre ashram with meditation sessions and satsangs at the Vishalakshi Mantap, evening walks at Radha Kunj, petting the cows at Go Shala or the lotus-shaped , open air auditorium Sumeru Mantap. Here minds unite through music, yoga, meditation and wisdom to experience a higher state of consciousness.
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    Gulp & Slurp at VV Puram Food Street

    The smell of bhaji or pakoras and the thrill of hearing the bell of the kulfi-wala or the voice of the kachori seller brought much happiness during childhood. And happiness rebound when one discovers urban lanes bustling with our forever-favourite street-foods. The popular VV Puram food street (“Thindi Beedi”) has a loyal following as its less wait, speedy service and easy on the pocket. Sample southern specials Dosas, Ragi roti, paddus & holiges to chaats, sandwiches and Chinese. Group is good, Try small-Try all, Stroll, Don’t Waste and Carry your own Water!
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    Endless Fun at Fun World

    Located near the Bengaluru Palace grounds, Fun World in Bengaluru has been reopened after renovation with quite a few added attractions. Wow world offers electronic games, virtual race cars, skiing, motor racing, basketball, over 60 simulator games and also a bowling alley. Spread over 22 acres of lush green land the Fun World Amusement Park in Bangalore consists of various leisure rides like the Giant Wheel, Merry go round, Columbus, Break Dance, roller coaster and Parachute among many others. The adjoining water world with its illustrious water rides, from The Amazing Cyclone to The Pendulum and Wave pool, is absolutely a crowd pleaser. A visit to the park would be a complete family fun day!
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    Find Peace at Pyramid Valley

    Looking for a calm & serene place to enjoy quietness and rejuvenate the soul - Head to Pyramid Valley , located around 30 km from Bengaluru, nestled amidst lush green valleys and rocky hills. This slate gray Maitreya Buddha Pyramid has been built solely for meditation and can accommodate 5,000 people. Beautiful murals depict on each face of the pyramid depict the elements. The north face depicts air, the south--fire, the west--earth and the east--water elements. The huge space inside the pyramid represents the fifth element.
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    Explore Space at Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium

    One of the five planetariums in India, Jawahar Lal Nehru Planetarium was was opened in 1989. The planetarium runs daily shows like Our Solar System, Dawn of the Space Age and Mars-The Red Planet in both, Kannada and English. Various activities ranging from sky-theatre shows, science exhibitions, lectures and workshops for science teachers as well as students are conducted from time to time. The aim of these events is to encourage quality education in schools and inspire students towards a career in teaching and research. There is an outdoor science park which showcases various science models like: Resonant Swings, Whispering Dishes, Sundial, D.N.A. and a giant Kaleidoscope
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    Enjoy the Indira Gandhi Musical Fountain

    The Indira Gandhi Musical Fountain is located in the heart of city on the Raj Bhawan road, opposite the Planetarium. The musical fountain has numerous features that intrigue the audience and leave them spell-bound. A number of fountain patterns develop into formations creating an illusion of a folk or group dance.Shows are scheduled on daily basis in the evening for about half an hour- at 7 PM and later 8 PM.
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    Self Discovery at Shoonya

    Shoonya is a space for the process of self–discovery. A space to take time to observe and sense ourselves from a new and fresh perspective through community classes and workshops for various art and somatic practices, performances, film screenings, discussion forums and more. Tai Chi, Reiki to live music & storytelling.
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    Stock up at Flea Markets

    Flea markets - with their quirky stalls, colourful wares, and potential for hidden treasures – can prove entertaining attractions in their own right. Flea markets are the latest shopping craze in Bangalore. From Sunday Soul Sante to Kitsch Mandi, the crowds are loving it. The heady mix of art, music, shopping, dance and fashion is too good to ignore for the City's happening people. Take your pick - per location, theme as seasonal Flea markets are also a rage. Bargain hunters, fashionistas and even laid-back loners all find common ground at these happening havens!
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    Thursday Nights at Hard Rock Café

    Hard Rock International is one of the most globally recognized companies and is known for its collectible fashion and music-related merchandise and Hard Rock Live performance venues. Hard Rock Café, Bengaluru boasts the best music-gigs , rock-centric ambiance , handcrafted drinks legendary burgers and also local flavors! Weekend arrives early at Hard Rock – Their Thursday Night Live Music Shows are crowd-pullers. Keep Rocking Always!
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    Film Screenings at Suchitra Cinema & Cultural Academy,

    Suchitra = Su - Good, Chitra - Cinema. Satyajit Ray in his inaugural speech of Suchitra "We need art theatres to find outlet for good films … I am particularly happy that a film society is doing it". Suchitra continues to not only expose the audience to fine cinema and engage them in appreciation of it, but also to enable the makers of cinema and other moving-image media to improve their craft and expression. Film Festivals, Screenings, Workshops and Talks by eminent artists, are ongoing activities of the society.
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    Iftar at Frazer Town

    The festive season of Ramadan is one that’s known for the delicacies that are served to break the fast at sunset - Iftar. One great place to realize how much of a crowd-puller the Ramadan delicacies are is to visit the Mosque Road, Frazer Town during the festive season. Attracting food lovers from different parts of the city are stalls selling Haleem, Mutton Samosas, Kebabs, Egg pudding, Shawarma rolls, Double ka meetha and of course the big-daddy Biriyani. Though there are many localities cropping up with Iftar Stalls, for years it has been a tradition for Bangaloreans to go feast at Frazer town. Explore this food street to satisfy your palate.
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    Walk your Way with Bengaluru By Foot

    Be it a resident of Bengaluru who doesn't want to visit the local mall yet again or a visitor wanting to experience the city sans the “make-up” – it’s time to walk your way through the city with Bengaluru by Foot. Walking tours led by Bengaluru-born hosts help one discover Namma Bengaluru’s history, heritage, culture, food and spiritualism. Explore the known and not-so-well-known facets of this city on foot – Pick from the locality based Pete Walks, Food Walks or Heritage Walks.
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    Crack-up at the Indian Institute of Cartoonists

    Indian Institute of Cartoonists is an organization, first of its kind in India, established with the aim of promoting the art of cartooning in the country. The Institute, aims to recognize talents in the field of cartooning and reward them, showcase and preserve their art for future generations, guide young and budding cartoonists and above all, popularize the art among the masses. There are Exhibition of Cartoons year round at the Cartoon Gallery. It's heartening to enjoy the subtle humor the cartoonist acheives in just a few strokes.
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    Trail along with Unhurried

    Take a short and lovely neighborhood trail within Bangalore, a day-long thematic city tour, a weekend trip to a heritage site, or a custom tour for your family and friends with Unhurried. They offer walks (Cathedral Walk, Biryani Walk, Park Walks), trails (Medieval Bangalore Trail, The Tipu trail), beyond Bangalore trips (Kishkinda, Gingee Fort) and also customize tours per your requirement. At Unhurried, you'll get a fulfilling travel experience, filled with tales, myths and even miracles. Unhurried conducts workshops, half day or full day outings for children which are exploratory and designed for the young
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    Fresh Start at the Flower Market

    As the sun rises, the southern end of Avenue Road and the neighbouring streets are a sight to behold, with huge piles of freshly harvested flowers in vibrant colours being sold by many vendors. There are more than 100 flower stalls across the flower market or Huvina Mandi.Flowers are always in demand - be it any occassion, happy or sad. But one should be ing at bargaining to get the best prices. The sights and smells of jasmine, gerbera, lilies, roses, gladioli, tulips, marigold and even crimsons, gerberas, lilies, roses, gladioli, tulips energize the sleepy mornings at the market. Get there as early as 4am for a visual treat.
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    Be Inspired at Indian Institute of Science (IISc)

    The story of IISc spans the history of modern India. It has been the beacon and sets standards for everything science in the country- be it advanced computing, space sciences, or nuclear technologies. Open Day is IISc’s annual public outreach event is celebrated to mark both the birth anniversary of the founder JN Tata (March 3) and National Science Day (28 February). On this day, IISc throws its doors open to students and the public, inviting them to explore, experience and enjoy the wonders of scientific and technological innovation at the Institute. Every year, thousands of visitors flock to see the scientific demos, live experiments and exhibitions, and to interact with researchers at the Institute.
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    Play it up at Jagriti

    Jagriti is a performing arts center located in Whitefield and the space is dedicated to theatre, dance, music and comedy shows, performances and activities related to these. Till date, the place has hosted numerous productions from across the country and abroad. With ultra-modern facilities and infrastructure, this theatre gives a quality performance. For aspiring actors, there’s the Theatre Arts Program {with Trinity College London, Drama & Speech assessment}, workshops for adults and corporates, and classes for the Trinity College examinations. The Fat Chef, a charming restaurant attached to the theatre
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    Rave the Acts at Rangasthala

    Rangasthala is the 130-seater auditorium within the Rangoli Metro Arts Center is filled with amusement & laughter as it’s the best place to catch puppet shows, interactive storytelling sessions, improv & standup comedy shows, Magic shows , Bangalore-inspired productions and plays.
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    Freak out at BREAKOUT

    Breakout is Bangalore's first and one of India's very few Escape room games. Breakout is a fun and thrill game that can be enjoyed with a team of 2-5 people. You, as a team , are on a challenging mission. The team is locked in a small room filled with interesting, brain tickling puzzles and mysteries that test your logical reasoning, critical thinking and problem solving capabilities. Work as a team to achieve the mission. Escape from the room in 60 minutes, which appear to be running much faster than the normal 60 minutes. Escape in time, else, you may be trapped for ever. Come, freak out at Breakout.
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    Cook it up with Friends at Slurp Studio

    Engage with your best buddies in an activity where you can bond as well as learn something new. Slurp is a one-stop culinary destination: a Cooking School, Cuisine based Cook-Alongs, Outdoor Catering & Live-Grilling company, Culinary venue, Pop-up restaurant and a Private event space all centered around food, learning, fun and engaging in interactive culinary experiences. Slurp Cooking and Culinary Studio offers classes for adults & children in a beautiful Master Chef like kitchen. Equipped with state of the art facilities and adorned beautifully with unique upcycled finishings and quirky interior touches. Attend pop-ups, workshops and food fests.
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    Cycle Trails with Unventured

    Experience the city in the pace of the pedal and rediscover stories of people, places, cultures and flavors of Bengaluru with Unventured’s Cycle Trails. Tours are offered based on duration, intensity and interest. The Colonial Church Trail, Temple & Thindi Trail and the Bygone Bangalore on a Bicycle are on top of the one- day city tours. One would ride through spaces of art, culture & heritage and also taste delicious food . Have the weekend to spare? Then cycle your way to Nandi Hills or even further Yercaud or Hampi with Unventured.
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    Hangover Breakfast at Biere Club

    Biere Club introduces you to beer in a manner never done before. And they achieve it by brewing fresh and original beers in small batches, using only the finest ingredients with traditional methods. In order to fulfill their mission they have two outlets in Bangalore, Lavelle road and Whitefield. The place doesn't stop just at making the best craft beer in the city, but also provides suitable gastronomy, excellent service and an unforgettable ambiance, along with some live music performances! The Hangover breakfast is a regular event at both the Biere club venues on Sundays - Cure your hangover with some awesome breakfast and organic beer.
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    Trip to Toyland - Channapatna

    Tucked between the cities of Bengaluru and Mysore in Karnataka, lies Channapatna, also known as "gombegala ooru" or “dolls town” or " town of toys". Famous all over the world for its unique wooden toys that even adorn the shelves of the White House in The United States of America. The toys stand apart from other makes as they're eco friendly and made of ton-toxic vegetable color dye. They are handmade, safe, vibrant and attractive and operate without batteries. Do visit, shop and support the artisans.
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    Nightlife in Central Bangalore

    No Bangalore things to do list can miss Nightlife. Clubbing in Bangalore is a fraternity and the crowds are happy to party any day or night. Central Bangalore is the Nightlife capital with several popular clubs, pubs & resto-bars scattered across blocks- Church Street Social, BlueFrog, Biere Club , Arbour Brewing Company, Sanctum Club and Hard Rock Café are the places to party. The DJs spin music and people’s minds with reverberating tunes that keep the crowd going wild.
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    Books & More at British Council

    The British Council Library has a good collection of children’s books tagged according to appropriate reading age from 0-3 to tweens and teens - Hardbound, paperbacks and . There are many membership levels to suit your needs which set how many books/DVDs you can borrow at a time and how many times you can renew them. British Council also organizes events like book readings, art competitions and workshops for budding authors throughout the year. The Reading Challenge programmes aims to encourage children to read more books.
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    Just Chill at Snow City

    Experience pure snow right in the heart of Bangalore at Snow City. The park, covering 12,500 square feet, is eco-friendly and the snow in the snow dome is made with drinking water, making it edible. There are toboggan rides, snow rock climbing, snow basketball, snow rafting and a fantasy snow castle making it interesting to all age groups. Protective gear of warm jackets, boots, gloves and caps/hoods are provided. And you shall get to accustom yourself as the temperature drops from lounge to the snow area. Private or group tour could be booked as well.
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    Crack the Clues at Riddle Room

    Riddle Room is a live escape room. You get to experience a real-life, interactive game where you and your teammates are trapped inside a room with an hour to escape. You have to unearth clues, examine unassuming objects and discard decoys to successfully make it out in time. You are 'physically' inside the story in which you have to solve the multitude of riddles and ciphers to escape the room. All the pleasures are tactile. You find something not by punching keywords into a search bar, but by hunting and thinking things through. This is why it makes for a great team-building, social or family activity. Choose from the two games on offer: The Laboratory and The Tomb.
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    Get Crawling with Bangalore Pub Crawl

    Are You Looking For A Great Night Out In Bangalore? One which doesn't break the bank, gets you free entry to awesome bars & clubs, gives you free shots & drinks discounts all night – Then get crawling with the city-based enterprise, Bangalore Pub Crawl which promises to take nightlife and partying up a notch. Bangalore Pub Crawl is an easy way to explore most happening pubs in Bangalore and meet exciting people in a small group! The spots or localities would be different for each crawl - Church Street and Indiranagar being the most popular.
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    Shop & Taste Gourmet Food @ 1 MG Road

    Discover the chef in you Inviting all food lovers to discover a whole new experience called Foodhall. Shop for everything under one roof, right from daily essentials to exotic flavours, secret ingredients and delightful treats. Find new specialties, varieties & kitchen tools along with ideas and inspirations to help discover the joy in cooking. Come, celebrate the love of food.
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    Croon at Karaoke Nights

    Got Mike? Can Sing! Karaoke evenings bring out the inner Sing Kings and Tune Queens who've been waiting to be discovered. Knowing the lyrics or keeping tuning is secondary while having fun and laughing along is mandatory. Go ahead and grab the mike as the background music flows and you do the honors of rolling out the vocals. Get karaoke-ing and keep the fun going at the Karaoke evenings in the city’s popular pubs & resto bars.
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    Climb with Bangalore Mountaineering Club

    Trek with the best. Bangalore Mountaineering Club was founded as a community based organization for enthusiastic adventurers. Trekking is the new age thing-to-do for Bangaloreans. BMC promote Adventure sports among youth and specializes in Eco-tourism and Adventure sports. They organize various adventures like: Paragliding, Scuba diving, Horse riding, Trekking, Rock climbing, Camping and Whitewater rafting.
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    Step Out on Ladies Night

    There is something about a night out with your BFFs, an LBD, stilettos, some great food and drinks, especially if it is at a good venue! Remember that one time you went to a fabulous club to dance with your friends and the drinks were a buy one get one free, the music was fabulous and the service extraordinary! Yeah those are the kinds of night outs we are talking about. So, go ahead, call your gal pals, make a plan and have groovy time.
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    Check out Kitsch Mandi at Pebble- The Jungle Lounge

    If you are a party animal and DJ and electronic music is what rocks you, Pebble The Jungle is your destination. The party animal gets its refuge in the Pebble Jungle with trance music to ears, drinks in hand and party in the jungle- all you do now is get hypnotized to the ambiance! Your love for bar brings you back to this place frequently.Kitsch mandi is a highlight festival at Pebble. Kitsch Mandi is an art festival bringing together innovative designers, visual artists, indie musicians that represent the emerging alternative art scene in India.
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    Play Traditional Games at Kavade

    In an age when children (& we!) are surrounded by electronic gadgets, Kavade strives to promote traditional, value enriched learning through games, eco-friendly toys & books. Kavade is more than just a toy store- Periodical workshops, conferences , storytimes and plays are quite a norm around here. The ATTIC @ Kavade is a vibrant, exploratory (indoor) space, thoughtfully designed for children to read, create, play, sing, climb; have a great time while the adults can unwind with board games in the lovely outdoor cafe.
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    Watch Puppet Shows at Dhaatu

    Dhaatu Puppet Theatre brings to the people, the stories of Indian Epics and Heroes through the ancient art-form of Puppetry. The puppet theatre has done revival work in the areas of String and Jointed Puppets of Karnataka and showcases more than ten traditional Puppet Theatre productions. The Dhaatu Navaratra Doll Display during the month from Dussehra to Diwali, Dhaatu Puppet Festival in January and Epic Workshops during the Summer vacation are events that enthrall and educate.
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    Enjoy Rasalok still theatre at Bimba

    Bimba the Art Hut is more than a gallery or store of art - it is a rare experience of a storehouse of art-artefacts and stories of art that you can carry home in your heart. Rasalok Still Theatre of Miniature Art (an individual art form and theatre style from Karnataka) is a spellbinding 90-minute experience of a rare inherited solo practice. Rasalok is a truly immersive experience, where one sees miniature dolls and still tableau come to life, as a live narration animates scenes from classical texts and epics.
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    Listen to stories at Kathalaya

    Stories, Tales, Sagas…Connect the narrator and listener through an invisible (spinning) yarn transferring them to a world of fictional fantasy! Stories enhance listening skills, improve vocabulary and inspire imagination and also help you get in touch with your culture & emotions. Kathalaya, The House of Stories and the Academy of Storytelling presents theme based storytelling sessions and also workshops for future storytellers.
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    Floating Restaurant at Lumbini Gardens

    Stretching over 1.5 km along the Nagavara lake, the Lumbini Gardens in Bangalore is a one of its kind water amusement park. From dry & water rides to boating and beautiful landscaping, you can indulge in your favourite activity with friends and family. Also, this park offers provisions for get-togethers and parties. And there is a lot for you too as you can try your hands at wave pool, amusement rides and boating!! Enjoy a meal on the boat-shaped floating restaurant "Golden Pearl" .
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    Boating at Ulsoor Lake

    Greenery and serenity welcome you to Ulsoor Lake. Located in the Eastern side of the city, it's one of the biggest lakes in Bangalore. The beauty of the lake is enhanced by the presence of several islands dotting it. It is a popular recreational and jogging spot for the locals. There is a park, boat club and a swimming pool within the premises. The lake has a radius of about 3 km and is ideal for rowing around in a boat. The boat club offers boating services to take visitors around the lake with stopovers at some of the idyllic islands. Pedal and rowboats are available for hire by visitors on per hour basis.
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    Street Smart Shopping at 8th Cross Malleswaram

    Malleswaram 8th Cross, a busy street bustling with activity all day, is undoubtedly a shopper’s paradise. Located amidst the oldest residential localities of Bangalore 8th Cross is a landmark in the true sense. This street also cuts through the busy Sampige Main Road, which is another busy shopping avenue.  Dotted with shops on either sides of the entire stretch, 8th Cross offers everything along one street. From garments to footwear, jewellery to gift items, bags to cosmetics you name it you get it here. 
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    Play Rural at Our Native Village

    Our Native Village promises to takes you back to your childhood recreating a farm. Tread a winding path along a farmland, relish a jump into a natural pond or go wild playing traditional Indian games like gilli-danda, lagori, spinning tops and flying kites. The resort maintains a 100% eco-friendly approach and blends nature’s beauty & human simplicity.
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    Talk to The Hand with Laser Tag

    Laser Tag is an exciting, action packed, laser adventure game, played in a dark arena where players wear electronic vests and ‘tag’ each other with ‘phasers’ to score points. It’s for all ages over 6 years and best enjoyed played in a group of 4 to 12. ‘Talk to the Hand', is an exciting Laser Tag battledrome in Jayanagar. Laser Tag establishes rapport among buddies/ team members, encourages creativity, is a stress buster and oh yeah, a calorie-shedder.
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    Make it a day at Marathahalli

    This is the factory outlets capital! Marathahalli is one of Bangalore's suburbs, where all the retail action is concentrated on Varthur Road. The biggest attraction here is Brand Factory, which is a retail venture by Pantaloon and displaying more than a hundred brands, all at discounted prices. There are factory outlets of Nike, Adidas, Colour Plus, Van Heusen, Louis Phillipe and Levi's lining both sides of the street. Shopping done then it's time to explore the events happening around the vicinity.
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    Enjoy a 7D & XD Cinema Experience

    Step into Nagawara Elements mall to experience the fabulous virtual reality show in which 3D visual effects are displayed along with seat movements. You will get to enjoy the effects of snow, rain, thunder and wind. Visual effects can display whatever the mind of a man can conceive, and visual effects along with 7D are like one of the best technologies could come up with. Everyone should experience the magical effects of 7D at least once in their lifetime. The thrill and excitement of watching 7D with visual effects is unique and exceptional. Be a part of this activity and touch the new horizons of technology and creativity.
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    Relax & re-stir the soul at the Urban Solace

    Lake view, tranquility, soft background music, connecting to self and with others, under the indoor tree almost acting as one of the pillars – Urban Solace balances being a cafe and a soul-space perfectly! Take in the snapshots & paintings on the wall and the array of colourful liquor bottles stacked neatly, while you wait for that sinful chocolate shake or Davidoff fresh brew coffee. Browse through their classic book collection and relish the continental spread. A perfect nook for a soulful afternoon.
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    Get Going with Quad Biking

    As the state of Karnataka is blessed with a diverse terrain and a lot of locations that offer mountainous and rocky terrains, quad biking in Bangalore has gained much popularity. All Terrain Vehicles or ATVs (also popularly known as Quad Biking) are mean machines that allow you to zip through any kind of terrain. The idea is to stick with each other even when racing through a tough terrain and competing with your opponent. Quad biking is for both bikers and non bikers. The excitement of whizzing past a diverse terrain is beyond description.
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    Get wet at Shivanasamudra

    For those with kids (8 years and above), this is the most innovative way of spending quality time together. Each of its floors are dedicated to a scientific discipline including an engine hall, electrotechnical gallery, fun science gallery, space gallery, science for children gallery and other attractions. This is an interactive museum that helps kids understand the basic principles of science. Vishweshwaraya Museum Bangalore and Smithsonian Institutions in the US are the only 2 Museums in the world to have a full scale replica of the 1903 Plane of Wright brothers. Dinosaur Enclave and the Taramandal Show are fascinating. Activities for the visitors' include sky observation programme, science demonstration show, popular science lecture and a commemorative programme.
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    Match Steps at Nrityagram

    The Nrityagram dance village was started as a traditional Gurukul to teach Indian classical dance. Visit Nrityagram during the Vasanta Habba festival held to celebrate the arrival of spring and you shall witness artists from all over the world perform at the Nrityagram amphitheatre. Self guided tours are allowed while guided tours need prior booking.
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    Game on for Paintball

    Paintball is gaining popularity in Bangalore and is counted as one of the most popular games to relieve stress, unite the team members and boost up their morale and confidence level. Paintball is an entertaining and exciting game which is purely based on strategy and coordination. It tests your game planning skills and synchronization with the team members. Load your guns, hide into the bunkers and shoot down your enemies with the colour pellets!
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    Experience Dasara at Mysore

    Words fall short to describe the historically rich neighbouring city of Bangalore. Mysore has a an array of of sightseeing options - sprawling greenery of Brindavan Gardens, the towering Chamundi Hills giving a true bird’s eye view of the grandeur city below, Mysore Zoo – one of the country’s oldest zoos, the enchanting and ornately crafted St. Philomena’s Church with its Neo Gothic style of architecture and most importantly the Mysore Palace, one of the largest and most magnificent palaces in India - Its true beauty comes out during Dasara when it's illuminated daily 7 pm to 10 pm on all 10 days of the festival. Various cultural and religious programs highlighting the dance, music and culture of the State of Karnataka are performed in front of the illuminated Palace.
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    Attend truly great shows with Yours Truly Alma

    Yours Truly Alma is an interactive and intimate performing space of the Bangalore based theatre group Yours Truly Theatre in the heart of Indiranagar. A perfect Black Box setting and an informal environment makes it ideal for Improv & interactive theatre performances. Yours Truly Theatre has evolved a unique theatre language and is at the forefront of movement of Interactive and Improvisational theatre in India, the group was started with a vision to use the power of applied improvisational theatre for change and exploring theatre that is spontaneous, intuitive & beyond script.
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    Relish a show at Ravindra Kalakshetra

    Ravindra Kalakshetra, built to commemorate the birth centenary of Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore, has been a contribution to Kannada Theatre since 1963. Ravindra Kalakshetra celebrated 50 glorious years of its meaningful existence by being a prime art and culture hub of the city. One shall enjoy theatrical plays, dance performances, musical shows and much more.
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    Kannada Plays at KH Kala Soudha

    Kengal Hanumanthaiah Kala Soudha, popularly known as KH Kala Soudha (KHKS), is THE place to perform. The auditorium is centrally located and welcomes a variety of performing arts. This auditorium hosts dance, drama, music and movies. With a view to address the dearth of affordable places, Pradarshana Kala Samsthe dedicate KHKS to Bangalore’s culturally-rich citizens and connoisseurs of art. The Event listing overflows with plays and dramas that revolve around Kannada folklore as well as modern themes
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    KEA Prabhath Rangamandira

    KEA Prabhath Rangamandira Located in the heart of the city, is equipped with the best in the segment audio and lighting system and opens its heart and doors to artists from all segment to come and perform and relish their space. It’s a space for the artists by the artists. Comedy, myth based dramas or Kannada plays- catch them here!
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    Go Green at The Green Pocket

    Located in the heart of Bangalore city is a ‘Pocket’ of ‘Green’,a play space for children, where your child will enjoy childhood the way we did!! The unique thing about Green Pocket is that it insists on an outdoor experience for children- gardening, rhymes, storytelling, craft, puzzle making, painting, vegetable picking, and other activities, in an idyllic outdoor space.The aim is for the children to have a memorable childhood, with space to run around in, climb trees, develop an empathy towards animals, explore their space and learn from it.
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    Get Ideas in Shape at Workbench Projects

    Workbench is an enablement playground –Innovation Hive, Personal Projects, Workshop, Garage; Hybrid space for Engineers, Artists, Entrepreneurs, Technocrats; Meetups, Robotics, Tech shop, Fablab. Where one has all the tools needed to develop ideas and make it come alive. They will ensure to help you get that project out of your head and into the world; this is the place where where resounding imagination gets a voice.
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    Animal Love at The Martin Farm

    the Martin Farm plays home to a variety of domestic and farm animals.Kids get to participate in the feeding of some animals, and may be encouraged to pet some animals; at any age, they will learn something new about the creatures they interact with. And when they're ready for play, our basketball court and kiddies play area that offers infinite hours of fun! The Martin Farm offers a safe and friendly environment in which to share the joys of nature with your child.
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    Have a (He)art at the Kynkyny Art

    Kynkyny Art showcases contemporary fine art - art that represents today, whether it is painting or sculpture; figurative or abstract; mixed media; oil on canvas or etching. Kynkyny Art believes in celebrating the artist, and enriching people's lives by opening doors to good art. Friendly and unpretentious, Kynkyny Art especially aims to demystify art for first time buyers, providing them information and guidance they need to explore the fascinating world of art. Workshops, Talks and Exhibits keep the art lovers happy to be here.
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    Buy Handicrafts at Cauvery

    The Karnataka Government aims to nurture and promote traditional handicrafts and support artisans through the Cauvery Emporium. The showroom offers Sandalwood products ,Rosewood products,channapatna lacquer ware & toys, Mysore traditional paintings, bidri ware, kinhal toys, Navalgund dhurries and much more at a good price.
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    Coffee Estate Stay in Coorg

    Let the beauty of nature soothe your senses at this pleasing Coffee estate stay in Coorg! Wow your senses with the heady aromas of coffee and fresh, unpolluted breeze to take home an experience of stay on coffee estates in Coorg! The lush wooded slopes and fresh unpolluted air of the mountains is just the cure for everyday hurry and flurry of the city life. For some adventure Trek and get wet in one of the many waterfalls.
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    Bird Watch at Ranganathittu

    A flourishing breeding and nesting ground for several migratory birds, Ranganathittu is Asia’s most preferred stop over. An accidentally created set of six islets, the bird sanctuary is a haven for nature and bird lovers alike. Located about 140km from the city, a deviation from Srirangapatna, this is an ideal getaway and among the enjoyable road trip from Bangalore. Plan a road trip around December when the sanctuary is filled with its guest residents for the season. Frequent boat rides drifting through the islets are the primary means to catch a glimpse of a variety of species.
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    Get Outdoors this Cycle Day

    Its a day where everyone comes together and have fun on bicycles, it happens at different neighborhood across Bangalore on the last Sunday of every month. Get outdoors, enjoy the fresh air, scenery, and the sense of freedom. Here's what's in store- Cycle ride and car-free cycling stretch, Street games,Skateboarding, Crossfit and endurance activities, Street theatre, Cycling games, Bike Bazaar and Street Art.
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    Have a Super time at Smaaash

    Smaaash is an Urban Sports Center that seamlessly mixes gaming, partying and dining into an immersive experience. Smaaash offers a lot more than your run-of-the-mill banquet hall and gaming center. It presents an unmatched range of games that offer a superlative virtual-reality experience, and combines the best of sports, music and dining into a highly immersive, interactive, innovative and involved entertainment experience. Smaaash has not only redefined sports entertainment, but also raised the bar for customer engagement. This innovative entertainment and active engagement is what defines Smaaash.
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    Get Vrooming with Go Karting

    Do you enjoy life, er…driving on the fast track then Go Karting would get your adrenaline pumping. Raceway motorsports is probably the most popular Go Karting space in Bangalore. The amazing environment, affluent racecourse and professional staff have made it the most enjoyable sport. Go Karting at Raceway is very pocket-friendly and is enjoyed unanimously by all ages. Dare to vroom vroom? The go karting centre had excellent training facilities for you to explore and indulge in the true feel of a race car drive
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    Caving at Anthargange

    65km from Bangalore lay a volcanic terrain jotted with a number of caves and interesting trekking trails. Anthargange, one among Karnataka’s top five adventure getaways. If you seek a thrilling experience, exploring Antharagange is the ideal thing to do in Bangalore on a Sunday. With a dash of mythology to its credit, Antharagange is referred to as Kashi of the South. Find a Kashi Vishwanatha Temple on one of the hillocks with a perennial stream running close by.
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    Balloon Air Ride & Paragliding at Jakkur Aerodrome

    Give flight to your fantasy of soaring with an exhilarating round of microlight flying in Bangalore. The experience is nothing short of exciting as you rise above at 4000ft. The powered hang glider can seat 2 people in total and you would have the job of a co-pilot. Once at the top, enjoy the sweeping views of landscape below. Alternatively you could parasailing experience the joys of taking flight as you soar in the sky like a bird. The Jakkur Airfield, which sprawls 214 acres, is the only dedicated general aviation field in the city and provides adventure experiences in a controlled environment and under able supervision.
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    Rally at the Freedom Park

    Freedom Park, Bangalore is a beautiful modern day park with great historical significance, as the park was earlier the central jail when the freedom movement in India was gaining momentum. The Freedom Park in Bangalore is a tribute to freedom fighters of the country, who were imprisoned in this very spot. Inaugurated in 2008, Freedom Park features many children’s play areas, cultural and leisure joints, state-of-the-art information corridor, Museum, Art Gallery and more. Freedom Park was designed to host protests, rallies, public meetings and recently many fests.
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