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Lalbagh Botanical Garden, Bengaluru

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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 trip generator, you can arrange your visit to Lalbagh Botanical Garden and other attractions in Bengaluru.
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  • Lovely park to visit. Quiet oasis away from the busy streets of Bangalore. Various pathways around the park with various garden areas to see. Never had time to see the lakes.  more »
  • Good Garden view all gardens surrounded to each other . total views of floral gardens and a monument on a hill.  more »
  • Beautiful gardens that are well worth your time. Take a break from the hustle and bustle of Bangalore. Get away from the insane traffic. Take a leisurely stroll through the park. Visit each section an...  more »
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  • It is a big landmark for the city covering a huge landscape. This place is good for families on the weekends, joggers in the mornings and couples to have their private romantic moments. This place is also very popular for its flower show which happens once a year. And some times you might find other programs organized here. I his place is not well maintained lately and hence lost its charm.
  • Lots of developments has to be done Lack of drinking water more rest rooms needed vast area not utilize properly Local Vendors (Snacks and fruits vendors ) will forced to buy the eatables at exorbitant rate .If we do not buy they start scolding in vulgar language. and i don't know why Horticulture department officials permit this type of vendors in side the park.. Lalbagh Lake has a walk bridge over it at the eastern end but it is permanently closed to the public. There is no restaurant inside the park even mini zoo can be created there to attract large tourists. there is no shelters to stand if rain comes.
  • Nature lovers paradise right in the middle of the city. Early morning walkers can take advantage of drinking intoxicating fresh wheat grass juice and treat their soul to lush green environment of Lalbagh. Apart from well maintained gardens/ tall trees/ flowering plants, you must take a walk around the serene lake. If you are accompanied by persons who have difficulty in walking but want to enjoy this pristine place, then look for battery powered cars which available at reasonable prices. Do not forget to carry some food from so that you can have picnic fun. Take a quick nap under the tree listening to chirping birds and wake up rejuvenated. For elderly and differently abled persons It's a must visit place in Bangalore.
  • A nature will certainly like this fabulous place being on I just wanted stay there for a night. The maintenance is really good and the authority prohibited use of plastic inside the place and entry fee costs 20 per head and camera's ticket costs 50. Parking space is available. You may not get water inside so plan accordingly. Toilets are good
  • Excellent garden in the middle of Bangalore, very well maintained, clean and safe. The rock outcrop in the middle of Lalbagh is supposed to be one the oldest rocks in the world. A highlight of this place is the annual flower show. This place can get crowded, so it is best to plan the trip