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Places to Visit in Bangalore(2021) For Youngsters

Places to Visit in Bangalore(2021) For Youngsters

The best places to visit in Bangalore attract hundreds and thousands. Most of them, youngsters like you. So what do these places have in common? A cool ambience, less crowds and most importantly, a fun time. A lot like Stanza Living residences, we must say. Well, it’s not a coincidence that we are the favourite choice of so many youngsters too. Around 50,000, if you’re asking.

We try to make sure that your time with us is interesting and vibrant. That’s why we have game and movie nights, unlimited wifi to download as many episodes of GoT as you want, workout zones to shed those extra calories from lunch. But we also understand that your entire life is not to be spent indoors. So, we have done the research here. And found some places to visit in Bangalore for couples and friends, that are almost as cool as our residences. You can check out these best places to visit near Bangalore whenever you’re tired of beating your roomie at Ludo King. Or, worse till, getting beaten by them.

Best Places to Visit in Bangalore

20 best places to visit in Bangalore are:

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Ulsoor Lake, Halasuru

Ulsoor Lake is one of the top places to visit in Bangalore for couples and friends alike. It’s located right in the middle of the city and offers a calm ambience. You can swim, go on a boat ride or take a walk with your special someone. Or just lay down on a mat by the lake, reading poems to each other. Like a real-life Hollywood scene.

Bannerghatta National Park, Bannerghatta

Bannerghatta National Park is one of the most popular places to visit around Bangalore for tourists. You and your PG mates can come here and enjoy a mini safari, the aquarium and a beautiful butterfly park. If you love monkeying around with your pals, you know where you belong. Sorry!

Lalbagh Botanical Gardens, Mavalli

One of the most romantic places to visit in Bangalore for couples, Lalbagh has thousands of varieties of colorful flowers. Take pictures of both your bae and bougainvillaea, in the same frame. If you have an annoying younger cousin, you can bring them here for their special activities for kids, while you enjoy taking a walk amidst the greenery.

HAL Museum, Marathahalli

A first of its kind in India, HAL Aerospace Museum is all about our country’s India’s aeronautical journey. Aircraft models, fighter jets, sustainability park – these are some of the major attractions here. If you’re someone who loves knowing about planes more than flying in them, this is the no.1 place for you to visit in Bangalore.

Atta Galatta, Koramangala

Atta Galatta is a bookstore cum bread shop. A cosy and warm place for all age groups, this place offers books in so many languages – English, Hindi, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam. Apart from the numerous art and craft workshops they organise, the one thing you cannot miss out on is their soft, fresh bread. We have to give them an A for getting both their B’s right.

Nagavara Lake and Lumbini Gardens, Nagavara

This duo is one of the nicest places to visit in Bangalore for couples. Whether it’s a boat ride in the lake or a stroll in the garden, your partner will definitely love this if they love nature, romance, or both. For singles and friend groups, you can try the amazing speedboats and water skiing activities here. This is probably the best example of “kill two birds with one stone”.

Nandi Hills

Undoubtedly one of the most famous places to visit around Bangalore, Nandi Hills is the perfect place for a weekend trip. You can trek, hike, cycle, paraglide, all while enjoying the cool scenery and even cooler temperature. If you start your trip from Bangalore in the early morning, you can easily enjoy the sunset at the top. And still make it in time for dinner at home. Also, you can go and checkout some of the best trekking destinations in Bangalore.

Bangalore Palace, Vasanth Nagar

One of the best places to visit in Bangalore, especially if you have younger siblings or friends who are interested in historical sites. Elegant architecture, wooden decor, towers and green lawns are said to be inspired by the Windsor Castle of England. And just like their counterparts in London, the royal family still resides in this palace.

Cubbon Park, Kasturba Road

Thanks to the six thousand trees and plants here, Cubbon Park is a green treat among the headache that is Bangalore’s traffic. Come here and lie down on the grass with your date or simply enjoy a solo reading date. You can also check out the Bangalore Aquarium while you’re here. And definitely come here on Sundays if you want to play with the cutest puppies in the world.

Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace, Chamrajpet

Although located in a very crowded market area, Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace gives you a calm and quiet vibe. The architecture is a perfect example of Indo-Islamic culture and the motifs here will make you go Whaaa… You and your buddies will really enjoy this place, irrespective of whether you enjoy History or not.

Wonder La Water Park, Mysore Road

If you’re a water baby or simply love some adventure, head on to Wonder La without a second thought. It’s safe, affordable and has around 60 water rides for you to enjoy. Does it need any more reason to be listed as one of the top places to visit around Bangalore?

Commercial Street Near, MG Road

Basically a long street with many thrift stores as well as some pricey boutiques, this is the best place in Bangalore if you’re looking to buy some branded clothes on a low budget. But remember, there’ll be a lot of bargaining to get that Zara top at 200 bucks. This place is jokingly called Bangalore’s very own Sarojini. But the deals you get here are no joke.

UB City Mall, Ashok Nagar

Haute Couture. Luxury. High-end. If these words make you happy, then this shopping mall in Bangalore is for you. From top brands like Louis Vuitton, Rolex, Jimmy Choo and Estee Lauder to some of Bangalore’s most luxurious fine dining restaurants, this mall caters to everything high-end. Well, if you have some bucks to spare or want to treat yourself, UB City Mall is happy to take your money.

Bugle Rock Park, Basavanagudi

If you’re thinking parks are all about swings and see-saws, you couldn’t be more wrong. For instance, this one here is known for the group of natural rock formations called the Peninsular Gneiss. Btw, they are 3,000 million years old. And climbing on top of them will rewind the time back to your childhood.

NIMHANS Brain Museum, Wilson Garden

A museum…of brains??? Sounds creepy, right? Well, this is exactly what the good folks at NIMHANS are trying to normalise and raise awareness about. This museum has been collecting, preserving, and exhibiting brain specimens for research purposes for years now. So if you know someone who still thinks someone with a neuropsychiatric illness is “just crazy”, maybe bring them here on your next outing.

MG Road

There’s probably an M.G. Road in every city in India. But few can offer all that this one does. Shopping centres, restaurants, local handicrafts stores – it has everything in the same place. If you and your friends are just bored because “there’s nothing to do”, head over here. They’ll probably have something for you.

Innovative Film City, Bidadi

Although not as magnificent as Hyderabad’s Ramoji Film City, this one in Bangalore comes pretty close. With a Cartoon City, Aqua Kingdom, Dino Park, Petting Zoo, Haunted Mansion and many other themed attractions, the Film City is the best place to visit in Bangalore for an entertaining day out. Especially if you’re looking for an “innovative” way to spend the day.

Manchanabele Dam

If you’re in the mood for a long drive, definitely check this out. This dam is one of the best places to visit near Bangalore and is located at just an hour’s drive away from the city. Among things you can do in this serene place are, trekking, birdwatching, boating and camping. Or just an old-school picnic with your special someone.

Snow City, JC Nagar

A huge and well-maintained indoor snow theme park that offers various activities – rafting, basketball, sliding, mountain climbing – all in the snow. Wait, there’s more. Dancing on a snow dance floor, too. All while maintaining a freezing cold temperature of -5° Celsius. Snow City is one of the best places to visit in Bangalore with your friends. Especially if you’re craving a trip to the hills in faraway North India.

Blossom Book House, Church Street

Love books? Say no more and head to Blossom Book House on Church Street. This bookstore sells second-hand books and is a dream come true for broke English graduates. And not just that, the multi-storeyed store also has a wide range of collection – obscure Sanskrit dictionaries, old books of sheet music, travelogues, rare manga. You could buy classics from Marx to Murakami books starting at just 60 bucks. Well, that’s one way to honour Marx.

Checkout Best Places to Visit in other Cities:

Places to Visit in Pune

Places to Visit in Delhi

Places to Visit in Hyderabad

FAQs on Places to Visit in Bangalore

What is the Ideal Time to Visit Bangalore?

The best part about Bangalore weather is that it is pleasant all year round. However, the winter months from Oct-Feb are even better for tourists.

Where can I go on a Date in Bangalore?

Bangalore is a paradise if you’re looking for an adrenaline rush. You can try:

  • Gokarting
  • Jogging (in Sankey Tank)
  • Paintballing

What are the Best Activities to do in Bangalore?

Bangalore is a paradise if you’re looking for an adrenaline rush. You can try:

  • Gokarting
  • Jogging (in Sankey Tank)
  • Paintballing

Which are the Best Places to Visit within 100 km of Bangalore?

Check these best places to visit near Bangalore, if you’re tired of the city life:

  • Nandi Hills
  • Manchanabele Dam
  • Wonderla
  • Grover Vineyards

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