Bengaluru (Bangalore)

Adrenaline seekers should look no further than this huge amusement park, which has more than 60 well-maintained rides, a wave pool, water slides and a 'rain disco'. It's just off the Mysuru–Bengaluru highway, 28km from the centre of Bengaluru, and connected by BMTC buses.

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Nearby Bengaluru (Bangalore) attractions

1. Janapada Loka Folk Arts Museum

7.62 MILES

A worthwhile stopover between Bengaluru and Mysuru, this museum is dedicated to the preservation of local rural culture. It has a wonderful collection of…

3. Bull Temple

13.13 MILES

Built by Kempegowda in the 16th-century Dravidian style, the Bull Temple contains a huge stone monolith of Nandi (Shiva’s bull), which is always…

4. Venkataraman Temple

14.11 MILES

This ornate Hindu Temple dates from 1689 and merges Dravidian and Vijayanagara styles.

5. Tipu Sultan’s Palace

14.16 MILES

The elegant Indo-Islamic summer residence of ruler Tipu Sultan is notable for its teak pillars and ornamental frescos.

6. Bangalore Fort

14.5 MILES

This ruined 1761 fort, with a manicured lawn and pink stone walls, is a peaceful escape from the chaotic city surrounds. The fort remained in use until…

7. Krishnarajendra Market

14.61 MILES

For a taste of traditional urban India, dive into the bustling, gritty Krishnarajendra Market and the dense grid of commercial streets that surround it…

8. Jamia Masjid

14.67 MILES

Built in 1940 and dedicated to Tipi Sultan, this large mosque is one of Bengaluru's most impressive.