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Things To Do in Mysore

Mysore is one of South India’s most renowned tourist destinations. It is famous for its majestic royal heritage and magnificent monuments. Mysore is also home to a royal palace which has been listed in the list of world heritage site. Explore the remnants of a glorious bygone era, temples and the rich handicrafts of Mysore with ease during your stay at our hotel. Here is a list of few important places.

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Mysore Palace - 22.9 KM

The Mysore Palace is a historical palace and is the official residence and seat of the Wodeyars — the royal family of Mysore.It is truly majestic and definitely deserves a visit.

Mysore Zoo - 23.6 KM

Mysore Zoo is one of the most popular attractions in the city. Spread in an area of 157-acre, it is one of the oldest and most popular zoos in India and home to a wide range of species.

Brindavan Gardens

The Brindavana Gardens is a garden located in the state of Karnataka in India. It lies adjoining the Krishnarajasagara dam which is built across the river Kaveri.

Nature Walk

"Birds", one of the most beautiful and incredible species on earth and enjoyment of watching them in their natural habitat is just different. At Royal Orchid Brindavan Garden, we assure each tourist get an exceptional blend of superior travelling and superb accommodation.Great place for amateur bird watchers and photographers, one can have excellent birding opportunities in the hotel premises and at Brindavan Garden.., while staying with us you might often catch a glimpse of a pandemonium of Parrots whooshing about from one tree to another, or a Grey Hornbill merrily chewing a fig high up on a branch. There are numerous walks thru the poolside, spa area which are extremely rewarding.

Chamundi Hills - 23.3 km

Chamundi Hills is located 13 km east of Mysore . Its average elevation is 1,000 metres (3,300 ft). An energetic visitor will be well repaid by climbing up the 1000 steps, fashioned about 300 years ago, and a good motorable road leads to the top of the hill. The largest and the best know is the large Dravidian Temple, dedicated to Sri Chamundeshwari Devi, the tutelary deity of Mysuru and the royal house.

KRS Dam & Brindavan Garden - 290 MTS

Krishna Raja Sagara, also popularly known as KRS, is the name of both a lake and the dam that creates it. It is located close to the settlement of Krishnarajasagara. The dam is across Kaveri River, in Mandya in Karnataka state, India. There is an ornamental garden attached to the dam, called Brindavan Gardens.

Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary - 17.4 KM

Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary  also known as Pakshi Kashi of Karnataka is a bird sanctuary in the Mandya District of the state of Karnataka in India. It is the largest bird sanctuary in the state and comprises six islets on the banks of the Kaveri river. Ranganathittu is located three kilometers away from the historic town of Srirangapatna and 16 kilometres north of Mysore.

Venu gopala swamy temple: 5 kms

The Venugopala Swamy Temple located at Hosa Kannambadi, Near Krishna Raja Sagara, is another example of Hoysala architecture in Karnataka. This temple was built in the 12th century AD around the same time as the Chennakesava Temple at Somanathapura, Mysore district.

Melukote: 30 kms

Melukote in Pandavapura taluk of Mandya district, Karnataka, in southern India, is one of the sacred places in Karnataka. The place is also known as Thirunarayanapuram. It is built on rocky hills, known as Yadugiri, Yaadavagiri, and Yadushailadeepa, overlooking the Cauvery valley.

Balmuri and Edmuri Falls: 6 kms

Balmuri Falls & Edumuri Falls are man-made waterfalls on the way to KRS dam. Edumuri falls is about 1 km from Balmuri Falls. Balmuri falls is famous of the two and is a favorite film shooting spot. Balmuri Falls are actually small falls created by a check-dam constructed on river Cauvery. The water flow is not heavy during the dry season and it is safe to enjoy & play in the water here. It is a good picnic spot and typically visited in the winter. Edumuri falls is about 500 feet east of Balmuri falls and is a good spot to swim and play in the water. There is also an ancient Ganesha temple in the vicinity.

Chun Chun Katte Falls: 18 kms

Chunchanakatte Falls is a waterfall on the Kaveri River, near the village of Chunchanakatte in krishnarajanagar taluk of Mysore district, Karnataka, India. Water cascades from a height of about 20 meters. It is in the Western Ghats. Here the river falls in two small cascades before joining again to flow as one. The waterfall can be reached by taking a diversion at Krishnarajanagar on the Mysore-Hassan highway. The diversion is on the left at the circle in the town of KR Nagar. A subsequent right turn on to a mud road leads to the waterfall. It is located at approximately 14 km from the town of KR Nagar.

Tipu Sultan Fort: 15 kms

Srirangapatna Fort is a historical fort located in Srirangapatna, the historical capital city in the South Indian state of Karnataka. Built by the Timmanna Nayaka in 1454, the fort came to prominence during the rule of Tipu Sultan. The fort was fully fortified and the architecture was modified with the help of French architects to meet the growing needs of saving against invaders. The river Kaveri surrounds the fort in one of the sides. The fort is protected in the West and Northern directions by river Cauvery. The fort had Lal Mahal and Tipu's palace, which were demolished during the British capture of 1799.

Gomata giri: 13 kms

Gommatagiri is about 20 km from Mysore. Gommatagiri is situated in Bilikere hobli of Hunsur taluk in Mysore district in Karnataka state, India. Gommatagiri is an acclaimed Jain center. The 700-year-old statue of Bahubali (also known as Gomateshwara) is erected atop a 50-meter tall hillock called 'Shravana Gudda'. The statue of Gomateshwara at Gommatagiri is an early Vijayanagara creation in granite. It has serene facial expressions and curly hairs. This Jain center attracts many pilgrims during the annual "Maha masthakabhisekha" in September.

Nimishamba Temple: 20kms

Nimishamba Temple is on the banks of the Cauvery river, located about 2 km from Srirangapattana on the road leading to Sangam (confluence) in the south Indian state of Karnataka. The temple of Nimishamba lies at a distance of two kilometers from Srirangapatna bus stand in the eastern direction beyond Tippu's summer palace on the road leading to Sangam.