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MG Road - 2 KM

One of the busiest roads in Bangalore, MG Road or Mahatma Gandhi Road is a hub of recreational and commercial activity in the city. Swarming with people at almost all the time, MG Road is best known for its amazing shopping experience, restaurants, cafes and food outlets and high-end pubs.

Vidhan Sodha - 2 KM

Described by Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru as 'a temple dedicated to the nation', Vidhana Soudha houses the State Legislature and the Secretariat of Karnataka. Popularly known as the 'Taj Mahal of South India', it is counted as one of the most magnificent buildings in the city.
The 46-meter tall imposing building comprises 300 rooms, each of which reflects the impressive Dravidian style of architecture. Housing 22 departments of the Government of Karnataka, Vidhan Soudha also happens to be one of the largest legislative buildings in the country.

Cubbon Park - 1.5 KM

Spread over an area of 300 acres, Cubbon Park is a major sightseeing attraction rich in green foliage. Addition to being a natural sightseeing destination, some of the major structures of the city such as the Attara Kacheri, Bangalore Aquarium, Cubbon Park Museum and Sheshadri Iyer Memorial Park are also situated here.

Vishweshwaraiah Museum - 2.5 KM

Vishweshwaraiah Museum is a treasure trove of machines and artifacts related to science and technology. There are exhibition Halls on Engines, Electricity, Fun Science, Space, Biotechnology & Electronics. Animated dinosaurs, life-size models of Wright Brothers' flyer and the Steam locomotive are other attractions. There are interesting shows like 'Science on a sphere', 'Taramandal', '3d film show' and 'Science show' held at regular intervals.

Tipu Sultan's Palace - 5 KM

An exquisite example of Indo- Islamic architecture, the palace was once used as a summer retreat by the Tipu Sultan and was often referred to as the 'Abode of Happiness' and 'Rash e Jannat' meaning 'Envy of Heaven'. The palace boasts of ornamental frescoes, magnificent arches, protruding balconies, and brilliant motifs.