Ancient temples in Bangalore

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Bangalore is not only a place for parks, malls and fun it also houses many ancient temples which were built during the 10th century. The Cholas ruled the Southern India for many years during their rule they have built many temples dedicated to Lord Krishna, Lord Venkateshwara, Lord Shiva and many other forms of God in and around Bangalore.

An ideal picnic spot: Mekedatu

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Looking for a weekend getaway near Bangalore? Mekedatu (Kannada: Meke-goat datu- leap) is the best choice to visit during the weekends, which is ideally recommended to visit after the monsoons. Head towards nature in your leisure times and enjoy the beautiful natural world by treating your eyes and soul. Mekedatu is just 95 km away from Bangalore, after a tiring long drive you can refresh yourself in the beautiful landscape.

Enjoy the boat ride at Muthathi river

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Relax yourself in the arms of mother nature at Muthathi. Moving away from your routine makes you feel relaxed and blissful. Muthathi is a very old ancient place which is 95 km away from Bangalore, an ideal place for a one-day trip. It is located in Malavalli on the banks of the river Kaveri. This place is surrounded by mountains which showcases the beautiful of mother nature.

An alluring water falls near Bangalore – Chunchi falls

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Bangalore is not a place for beaches, oceans and seas but it houses many amazing water falls. If you are very enthusiastic to explore new places in and around Bangalore, then here is your cup of tea. Discover this beautiful waterfall – Chunchi falls which is just 84km away from Bangalore. Kick start the ground and head towards Kanakapura road, this amazing waterfall is embedded in a rural region.

Explore the Anthargange caves


Looking for something adventurous to do over the weekends? Explore the Anthargange caves, which is just about 70 km from Namma Bengaluru near Kolar. A serene cave that was formed naturally from volcanic rocks, Anthargange will have you crawl and squeeze through its several narrow passages to explore it completely. Apart from the visual appeal the cave is also surrounded by temples, greenery and a few natural springs.

Banter at Manchanabele dam


Bangalore is a one stop for fun, parties and adventures. The regular movies, malls and restaurants sounds mind-numbing, head out to the Manchanabele dam and refresh yourself in the river Arkavathy. It is located in Magadi taluk, Bangalore rural district it’s just 38km away from Bangalore.

A walk in the Hesaraghatta Grassland


Pristine grassland just 30 km away from Bangalore, the perfect weekend getaway to enjoy with your family and friends. Getting away from Bangalore and rejoicing with the cattle’s and beautiful grassland sounds so pleasant and delightful. Hesaraghatta grassland is the last grassland surviving in Bangalore, so let’s promise to save this beautiful grassland.

A day out to the giant banyan tree

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Weekends are always meant for some excitement and fun. Hit the road during the weekends to the Dodda Aladamara near Ramohalli. The giant banyan tree is 400 years old and is spread across 3acres of land. You can have some entertainment and fun as this giant tree is a home for many monkeys.