It could be that you are in college and would like to spend your free time with your friends moving around the city of Bangalore and its outskirts. You may not have explored the region much and hence, would not have much idea about the surroundings and the different interesting places that you can visit.
Doing some research on the web can throw up variety of options to choose from and sure to surprise, which you never had thought of its existence. Logging onto Google or other search engine, you simply need to enter the phrase ‘things to do in Bangalore’ and immediately, you are able to find up plenty of places and activities to indulge in.
Few interesting and exciting places for youngsters to be during their holidays or for a weekend trip
1. Place to visit: Shopping at M.G. Road.
Description: If you are fond of shopping different types of items for yourself or for your family members, then M.G. Road, Bengaluru’s lifeline is the best place to be. It has always been a favorite shopping spot for locals and tourists alike, since it offers them with variety of things to look out for, ranging from silk to traditional handicrafts. You can find just about anything and everything here. You can shop at one of the prestigious showrooms like Cotton World, Pantaloons, Deepam, Soch, etc. for apparels. Jamal’ famous bone china sets and cutlery, Gangaram offering books of all types, Cauvery Arts & Crafts Emporium, etc. can help you to get indulged in.
2. Place to visit: M. Chinnaswamy Stadium
Description: This stadium has been playing host to numerous test cricket matches, concerts and musical events, international plays for over four decades. It boasts of having a seating capability of approximately 36,000 people at a time. It is also regarded to be the home turf for the Karnataka State Cricket Team and Royal Challengers Bangalore. It also hosts several cultural and musical events, besides cricket tournaments. You can check out the web for knowing the schedule for the latest 20-20s, one-dayer and Tests.
3. Place to visit: Vidhana Soudha
Location: Ashok Nagar
Description: It is regarded to be the city’s famous landmarks, reflecting Neo-Dravidian period architecture, incorporating Dravidian and Indo-Saracenic styled elements. It has been designed for showcasing the indigenous architecture, guiding new age in democracy. Karnataka’s state Secretariat and Legislature is housed here. This place covers an area of approximately 60 acres and also regarded to be the country’s largest legislative building. This building does portray a magnificent look on public holidays and Sunday evenings as it gets flood lit.
It has been designed by Kengal Hanumanthaiah with its foundation being laid on 13th July, 1951 by the then Indian Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru. The motive behind its construction was to dwarf the High Court (Athara Kacheri) which was constructed by the British during their rule.
Hence, making proper plans can help you to maximize your trip and enjoy every moment with your friends and have a look at the different beauties that exist here.