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1 Day Bangalore Local Sightseeing Tour by Cab

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The gem of South India, Bangalore, featuring a perfect blend of rich history and diverse cultural heritage with new-age modernity, hypnotizes everyone, whether you’re a nature admirer, wanderer, sightseeing explorer, or adventure enthusiast. With a pleasant atmosphere throughout the year, Bangalore promises to offer an unforgettable holiday experience that you’ll remember for a lifetime.

From a long list of ancient sites to mind-blowing viewpoints, beautiful gardens, crystal-clear lakes, exciting wildlife sanctuaries, pilgrimage complexes, fine-dining restaurants, rooftop cafes, vibrant pubs, and noisy bazaars, this city has everything to delight tourists of all kinds. So, whether you’re traveling alone, as a couple, with family, or with a group of friends, you’re sure to find something of your interest that will keep you busy all the time in Bangalore.

The Silicon Valley of India, Bangalore, also referred to as the Garden City, offers the best of both the modern and traditional world. The unparalleled charm, when combined with a surreal setting, picture-perfect backdrop, and unseen wonders, inspires you to visit this one-stop destination for all sorts of entertainment at least once and soak in the vibes while you enjoy your accommodation in the hotel/resort of your choice.

While there are many tourist places to explore on your 3-day visit to Bangalore, there are a few you just cannot miss visiting at any cost. For your ease, we at Holidays DNA, have prepared a list of the most compelling sightseeing attractions you can keep handy for the next time whenever you get a chance to take a tour of this booming city. The top 9 places to see on your 3-day visit are as follows:

Bangalore Places to Visit in 3 days
Day 1 Bangalore Places to Visit
  • Cubbon Park
  • Bangalore Palace
  • Bannerghatta National Park
Day 2 Bangalore Places to Visit
  • ISKCON Temple
  • Ulsoor Lake
  • Wonder La Water Park
Day 3 Bangalore Places to Visit
  • Lal Bagh Botanical Garden
  • Nandi Hills
  • National Gallery of Modern Art
1. Cubbon Park
Places to Visit Cubbon Park, Bangalore

Amongst the popular sightseeing places in Bangalore is Cubbon Park which tops the list when it comes to making the most of your trip in this city every time you get time off from your busy and hectic schedule. It’s a major point of tourist interest that has been an ideal spot for nature lovers to soak in the green foliage and is indeed a perfect weekend getaway retreat for those seeking a calm, relaxing, and peaceful atmosphere.

The prime highlight of this park is the Bangalore Aquarium which draws the attention of thousands of visitors every year. Various statues of national and international personalities including Major General Sir Mark Cubbon, Queen Victoria, King Edward VII, and Sri Chamarajendra Wodeyar adorn the beauty of this complex. Some of the other structures such as Cubbon Park Museum, Jawahar Lal Bhavan, Lotus Pond, Seshadri Iyer Memorial Park, Ringwood Circle., etc can also be explored within the premises of Cubbon Park.

2. Bangalore Palace
Places to Visit Bangalore Palace, Bangalore

Visit Bangalore Palace to witness the lavish lifestyle of the Wodeyar family, who was renowned as one of the dynamic and energetic dynasties of South India. It’s an offbeat tourist attraction that preserves the essence of old regal opulence to attract history buffs in large numbers and has fantastic Tudor-style architecture designed with beautiful carvings from inside as well as outside the structure.

Sprawling across 45000 square feet of area, the Bangalore Palace is an extraordinarily vast structure that has a lot to offer to its visitors. Here you can find a fairly-tale ballroom along with a durbar hall, a courtyard, a swimming pool, and an amusement park where you can have a great time with your family and children. Do not forget to click a few pictures to remember your visit for a lifetime. However, please note that it is important to obtain permission for photography in writing.

3. Bannerghatta National Park
Places to Visit Bannerghatta National Park, Bangalore

Kids will love this place. Situated at a distance of approximately 25 km away from Bangalore, the Bannerghatta National Park features the fascinating wildlife of the region along with an extensive variety of flora that is worth seeing on your visit to this sanctuary. Not only can you witness the Tigers here from a few inches of distance, but this reserve forest also allows you to spot other animals like Barking Deer, Leopard, Sambar, Bonnet Macaque, Himalayan Black Bear, and many more.

In addition to all this, the Bannerghatta National Park has its own Butterfly Park that comprises a museum, a conservatory, and an audio-visual room within an area of 7.5 acres. One can also explore the Zoo along with a Snake Park, a Crocodile Farm, an Aquarium, and a Children’s Park to enjoy their visit to the fullest. Several adventurous activities such as trekking, camping, river rafting, and jungle safari are also available within the sanctuary for your enjoyment.

4. ISKCON Temple
Places to Visit ISKCON Temple, Bangalore

The next destination that deserves your attention on your 3-day visit to Bangalore is the ISKCON Temple. Founded in the year 1997 by Shankar Dayal Sharma, the ISKCON Temple is a Hindu temple that has been dedicated to Lord Krishna and also boasts the idols of Sri Srinivasa Govinda, Sri Krishna Balarama, Sri Radha Krishnachandra, Sri Prahlada Narasimha, and Sri Nitai Gauranga within the structure for its ardent devotees.

Widely famous for its neo-classical architectural style, the ISKCON Temple has made a place in the hearts of people not only just for its religious significance but also for its architecture that certainly looks stunning when viewed even from a distance.

Sri Sri Krishna Balarama Rath Yatra is the major festival that is organized with great zest and endeavor by locals over there. It is then followed by the celebrations of Ram Navami in April and Sri Hanuman Jayanti in May. You can also be a part of the Akshaya Tritiya festival here if you happen to visit this place somewhere around June.

5. Ulsoor Lake
Places to Visit Ulsoor Lake, Bangalore

Take a moment to appreciate the magnificent beauty of Ulsoor Lake on your Bangalore tour. Perched in Ulsoor Village, Ulsoor Lake is amongst the largest lakes within the city that invite people of all ages to tuck their souls free in tranquility and breathe in the fresh air away from the hustle-bustle of everyday life.

Boating is the prime attraction here. One can also enjoy a morning or evening walk on a walking track that is used by many fitness enthusiasts to run around the lake. Here you can also admire the mesmerizing sunrise or sunset along with enjoying the Ganesh Chaturthi festival that falls somewhere between August and September. During this time of the festival, Ulsoor Lake looks heavenly, giving another reason for tourists to flock to this place.

6. Wonder La Water Park
Places to Visit Wonder La Water Park, Bangalore

Dedicate some time from your busy schedule to Wonder La Water Park to fill your day with boundless fun and entertainment. Also referred to as the best amusement park in the city, the Wonder La Water Park is an idyllic destination for daredevils and people looking to feel an adrenaline rush in their bodies. It has all sorts of thrill rides that make your heart skip a beat and go gaga on your visit to this leisure and recreational park.

For water babies, there is a water park where you can splash around and have fun in the water. Additional features such as a conference room are also available within the premises for corporates to organize a team meeting there and enjoy their time away from 9 to 5 life. What else? You can have the food of your choice here as this unspoiled site has plenty of restaurants and cafeterias to suit all taste buds.

7. Lal Bagh Botanical Garden
Places to Visit Lal Bagh Botanical Garden, Bangalore

Make sure to include Lal Bagh Botanical Garden in your itinerary list whenever you’re on your 3-day visit to Bangalore. It’s a renowned center for botanical artwork that houses nearly 1854 species of plants along with some rare plant species from countries like Afghanistan, Arabia, Persia, and France.

Nestled in the heart of the city, the Lal Bagh Botanical Garden is the oldest botanical garden in India that offers a delightful experience to nature admirers and photographers as it possesses a laid-back atmosphere with a perfect setting for shutterbugs to capture some great photos for their Instagram feed.

There is a Lal Bagh Rock that is supposed to be 3000 million years old and a famous glass house where an annual flower show is organized for people who love flowers. Here you can also enjoy boating in a man-made lake to make the most of your visit to this garden.

8. Nandi Hills

If you’re looking to attain peace of mind far away from the maddening crowd of city life, you should head towards the Nandi Hills in Bangalore.

Perched at a height of 1478 meters above sea level, Nandi Hills offers an idyllic hill retreat to all those who wish to surround themselves with unparalleled scenic beauty from all sides. It’s one such tourist spot that is yet to be explored by many people on your Bangalore tour and has now become a well-known viewpoint for sightseeing explorers and wanderers.

Experience the joy of trekking to climb up the hills of this place and discover many unseen wonders on your way. You can also choose to spend a night on its foothills by camping under a sky filled with sparkling stars. Other than that, tourists can pay a visit to the Bhoga Nandeeshwara Temple to seek the blessings of Lord Shiva and his famous consorts.

9. National Gallery of Modern Art

Do not miss the National Gallery of Modern Art when you’re on a sightseeing tour exploring the must-visit sightseeing places in Bangalore. Heaven for art lovers, the National Gallery of Modern Art is a fun place that will surely leave you spellbound with its amazing collection. It houses nearly 500 paintings and features the fantastic work of various modern and contemporary artists such as Raja Ravi Verma, Jamini Roy, Rabindranath Tagore, and Amrita Shergill.

The two-story museum, covering an area of 3.5 acres, has lush green gardens for people to sit back, relax, and unwind for some time. A large hall with a charming cafeteria and a huge auditorium is also there to keep your interest glued with dance performances, tree talks, nature journaling workshops, and film screenings related to education, culture, and art.


Your Bangalore tour won’t be complete without shopping as it’s undoubtedly the most popular thing to do within the city. Visit the famous Commercial Street to enjoy shopping at pocket-friendly prices. A paradise for shopaholics, Commercial Street offers a variety of items ranging from clothes to jewelry, home décor, shoes, antiques, and spices to delight its visitors from different walks of life.

Head to Chickpet for silk sarees. There is a Jayanagar Shopping Complex that is widely renowned for its pottery, artwork, and sculptures and a Brigade Road that pleases its high-end customers with a plethora of branded showrooms selling electronic products, footwear, jewelry, and garments for children, young adults, and old-age people. Other shopping places such as National Market, Dubai Plaza, Malleswaram, MG Road, Avenue Road, Gandhi Bazar, etc., are also there to cater to your varied needs.

The city of Bangalore has a lot more to offer to its avid travelers than just the above-mentioned places. So, if you’re interested and have time, you can extend your getaway to a week or more to make it the best and most rewarding trip of your life. Some of the places that deserve your attention are Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace, Government Museum, Devanahalli Fort, Venkatappa Art Gallery, Innovative Film City, Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium, Bangalore Aquarium, St. Mary’s Basilica, and Lumbini Gardens.

You can also book our all-inclusive Bangalore tour packages to explore Bangalore at its best. We at Bangalore Tourism, a division of Holidays DNA, present a variety of travel packages that can be customized depending on your budget and duration to this city. Our team of experts ensures that you enjoy your trip exactly the way you’ve always dreamt of and to make that happen for you, we don’t mind going the extra mile to bring a smile to your face.

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