Lalbagh Botanical Garden (Bangalore, India) Reviews
Description:Botanical Gardens in Bangalore, India
Newest Review: ... Amble~ Sunday afternoon was a good time to go to Lal Bagh since it seemed that the whole of the city was out in force to take a stroll in the city's biggest park. Unlike many attractions, this is one where being a tourist doesn't come at a high price and entrance was just 10 rupees. Lal Bagh is a constructed on a massive scale and covers 240 acres. There's no way you could see it all without ... more
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by - written on 12/11/10 (Very useful, 78 readings)
~Boring Bangalore~ If you had asked me what there was to see in Bangalore before we actually went there last year, then I would have struggled to tell you the main attractions with the exception of the Lal Bagh gardens. Looking back I do rather wonder why we planned to spend so long there because all the guidebooks concurred that it wasn't the best place for tourists to go. Finding ourselves adopted by a local auto-rickshaw driver who took it upon himself to try to find some things actually worth doing, we ended our tourism on our first day in the city with a trip to Bangalore's finest park.Based on my very very basic knowledge of Hindi (in total about 40-50 ... Read the complete review
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