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Lalbagh Botanical Garden, Bengaluru (Bangalore)

Categories: Gardens, Nature & Parks
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Colorful blooms and lush greenery come alive at Lalbagh Botanical Garden, one of the city's most popular tourist attractions. Commissioned on the orders of the former ruler of Mysore, a local kingdom, the gardens trace their origins to the second half of the 18th century. You can explore the extensive grounds that stretch for more than 97 hectares (240 acres), admiring centuries-old species of trees and a number of collections exhibiting different floral varieties. Join a guided tour to learn more about the origins of the complex and the plants themselves. By using our Bengaluru (Bangalore) trip generator, you can arrange your visit to Lalbagh Botanical Garden and other attractions in Bengaluru (Bangalore).
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  • This beautiful and the best known garden is an experience to visit . Spread over an amazing vast area it s home to trees which are hundreds of years and have the history . The lovers of open spaces in...  read more »
  • Came here on a warm day, wandered in amongst the throng of locals. The temple was run down but the rock formation under it quite cool. Saw a few different birds around the park. As with much of India,...  read more »
  • A good botanical garden. The annual flower show & the seasonal fruit melas are a great attraction. The garden is well maintained, at the heart of the city. Nice place to spend with family friends & ch...  read more »
  • The only biggest botanical garden in the silicon city Bangalore. Well known for organizing flower shows during national holidays like republic day and independence day. The diameter of the place is around 300 acres. You can enjoy the nice weather during early morning if you opt for a walk or even jog inside the garden.Entry is free till 9am for people to walk or jog.For tourists during normal days it is 10 rs and during flower shows some where between 50 and 60 rs per person.over all good place to visit and enjoy the nature.
  • It was unimaginable about this big beautiful garden in heart of the city. I entered from West side so had little parking problem. As vehicle is to be parked on the other side of the road. Whole garden is well maintained and is full of lush greenery inside. Trees and plants from different countries are amazing. Most of the tall trees are from Australia. They were really eye catchy. The bug rock near the East gate attracts to climb upon it. Kids enjoy this very much.
  • * BEST place for a get to together Hangout with Friends, especially during Weekends. I studied in popular college for more than 3 years, which is diagonally opposite to Lalbagh botanical garden (from MAIN GATE). * BEST place for a Family outing during National festivals. Little more good maintenance is required, then it will be best place in Bangalore.
  • A huge place to walk around... well maintained... parking facility available... beware of d entrance ur getting into... maps were improper... Had a difficult time decoding d map... misguiding...
  • Nice & Lovely place. The ambience is great with cool & fresh air. We must visit this place and spend some time here with friends & family.
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