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- M.G. Road
- Bangalore Palace
- Brigade Road
- Nimhans Convention Center
- Race Course Road
- Vikasa Soudha
- Indian Institute of Science
- World Trade Centre
- ISKCON Temple
- Tipu's Summer Palace
- Eco Space Business Park
- Visvesvaraya Industrial and Technological Museum
- Prestige Tech Park
- Commercial Street
- KTPO Convention Center
- Karnataka Golf Course
- Ulsoor Lake
- UB City
- Forum Mall
Family friendly travelling in Bengaluru
Most popular areas in Bengaluru for family-friendly hotelsFrom the fascinating rises of mystic Hindu temples to the tiger-stalking backcountry of greater Karnataka, the ancient city of Bengaluru has plenty to keep the whole family entertained. And there are some truly fine hotels for travelers with kids in tow. In Craig Park there are clean, locally-owned hotels with separate living areas and air conditioning. In well-to-do Madhava Nagar, there are regal hotels that come dressed in classic Indian filigrees and imbued with fitness centers. And in Isro Colony, there are spacious digs and plush suites near the airport.
Top family-friendly hotels in BengaluruThe rooms and family suites of the Hilton Bangalore Embassy GolfLink aren't just for the luxury seekers, because this sprawling resort with its own pool and fitness center also has accommodation options with additional cribs, family sitting areas, and kitchenettes. Meanwhile, the Vivanta by Taj offers comfy and roomy stays right on the edge of bustling MG Road – perfect for a balance of relaxation and action. And then there's the classy Oberoi, which is just a short walk from the shopping strips of Garuda Mall, and has no fewer than 3 individual restaurants to dine at.
Where to find the best restaurants in BengaluruTake the whole family on a journey through the cumin-scented, coconut-doused treats of southern India with a trip down the electrifying length of Food Street. This throbbing, energetic mass of roadside sellers is alive with dosa and masala wallahs from morning until night. Also on the menu are the Punjabi grill houses and Rajput kitchens of well-to-do Koramangala – one of Bengaluru's most popular gastronomic areas. Malleshwaram, a mosaic of family-owned tiffin canteens and cheap holes-in-the-wall, is where tasty Karnatakaite foods issue incessantly – don’t leave without sampling the region's famous chapatti and masala dosa.
The most unique things to do in BengaluruCulturally-rich and packed with history, Bengaluru is guaranteed to wow the whole family with its line up of awesome religious sites and Victorian relics. Check out the Bull Temple for tales of mysterious cows, or take a tour of the grand Bengaluru Palace to unravel stories of the Mysore maharajahs of the last century. After that, why not settle between the lawns of Cubbon Park, listening to the roars of cricket fans from the nearby M Chinnaswamy Stadium, or seek out 5,000-year-old coins at the State Archeological Museum? Local families also love to make a trip to the Fun World theme park on the northern side of the city, where you'll be able to swim in the pools and ride the winding slides, go bowling, and delve into virtual reality gaming arcades.
Best ways to get around BengaluruMost families will be fine hitching a ride with one of Bengaluru's ubiquitous auto-rickshaw or private taxi drivers, who exist all over the city and offer affordable rates for transportation – just be sure not to get roped into extra stops along the way. For larger family groups, the metro and bus network offers a fine and affordable solution for travel during daylight hours. Uber is also possible, and chauffeured car services for multiple days can also be organized on your own, or with help from your hotel desk.
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