Explore the Garden City of India With Bengaluru
Bangalore, also known as the “Silicon Valley of India”, is one of the most popular IT hubs in the country. The city is home to several prestigious educational institutions and research centres. Bangalore is also a popular destination for start-ups and tech companies. The city has a vibrant nightlife and is known for its delicious food. Bangalore, the capital of Karnataka, is India’s third-largest city and one of the country’s major economic and cultural centres. With a population of over 8 million, Bangalore is a cosmopolitan city that is home to people from all over India and the world. The city is known for its many restaurants and cafes, and its lively shopping districts.
Bengaluru is made up of the old city, which is densely packed, and newer areas to the north and south that are laid out in a grid. There are many parks and wide streets in Bengaluru, and a large military area is located to the southeast of the city center. In 2007, green spaces, farmland, and other areas were incorporated into Bengaluru, and these areas are experiencing population and economic growth.
How to reach Bengaluru?
The city is well connected by air, rail and road to all major cities in the country.
The city is well-connected by regular flights from almost all important ci
ties in India. Many international carriers flow in and out of the Bengaluru International Airport. The airport is located at about 40 km from the city centre.
Two main railway stations connect Bengaluru to the rest of the country–
Bengaluru City Railway Station and Yesvantpur Junction. Both the stations have regular trains running from various cities of the country.
The city enjoys road connectivity to several nearby cities through a network of buses. Different kinds of buses, including regular buses, Volvo, air-conditioned, and sleeper coaches are available for reaching Bengaluru. Some of the buses are operated by Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation (KSRTC) while others are run by private
Bengaluru has pleasant summers and mild winters. Summer temperatures average in the low to mid -90s F (about 34 °C), and winter temperatures rarely drop below 60 °F (16 °C). The city receives about 36 inches (914 mm) of annual rainfall, which has been inadequate as a water supply for its increasing population and industry.
Prominent buildings include the legislative building Vidhana Soudha (1956) and the High Court building Attara Kacheri (1867), which are situated across from one another. Also of note are the maharaja of Mysore’s palace, the Mysore Government Museum (1866), and Tippu Sultan’s fort and palace. Notable local scenic spots are the Lalbagh (Lal Bagh) Botanical Garden (laid out in the 18th century), Cubbon Park (a garden with a lake, an aquarium, and a library), Hesaraghatta Lake, and Chamaraja Lake Reservoir. Nandi Hills (Nandigunda), a hill-station summer resort 38 miles (61 km) north, is the site of two temples dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva. Aircraft, railway-coach, and machine-tool installations in the city are run by the federal government, and the state owns plants manufacturing electrical and telephone equipment, porcelain, and soap. Privately owned entities produce pharmaceuticals, textiles (silk), radio parts, glassware, leather and foot wear, agricultural implements, paper, and watches. Sandalwood products and agarbattis (incense sticks) are also manufactured in Bengaluru.
Bengaluru is a city full of universities, beautiful green spaces, and businesses. The Lalbagh Botanical Garden, Bannerghatta National Park, and Sri Chamarajendra Park are all great places to get your fill of nature. You can also catch an outdoor concert at Bangalore Palace and see the carefully crafted architecture of Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace. The city is an emerging IT hub and our hotel is just a short drive from many IT tech parks like International Tech Park Bangalore. For more to do, get tickets to a cricket game at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium.
Ramada Yelahanka Bengaluru
Looking for a place to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city? Look no further than Ramada Bengaluru Yelahanka. Our resort is spread across more than five acres of landscaped gardens, with walking and jogging paths, ample space for meetings and events, and a wellness spa with a meditation center. Plus, we’ve conveniently located a short drive from Bangalore International Airport (BLR), with a shuttle service available for an additional fee. And you’ll be within easy reach of top attractions like Lalbagh Botanical Garden and Bangalore Palace. For those here on business, International Tech Park Bangalore and many other IT parks are minutes away. All these amenities make Ramada Bengaluru, the best resort in Yelahanka Bengaluru. Looking to spend some time away from home to recharge? Our hotel is just the spot. With all the essentials for a refreshing stay, you’ll be able to kick back and relax. Take some time for yourself at the wellness spa and meditation center, go for a swim in the outdoor pool, or stroll through our manicured gardens. If you’re looking to stay active, you can squeeze in a workout at the well-equipped fitness center. B 64, our international restaurant, serves up a free breakfast buffet for guests along with à la carte lunch and dinner menus. Our guest rooms have all the amenities you need for a comfortable stay, including a minibar, flat-screen HDTV, desk, and ironing amenities. We also have a business center, coffee shop, free WiFi, and expansive event space for up to 800 banquet guests.
If you’re looking for the perfect place to plan your next event or business meeting, look no further than our Ramada Bengaluru Yelahanka, the best hotel in Yelahanka Bengaluru. With 8,340 square meters of event space, we have five versatile meeting rooms that can accommodate up to 400 conference guests or 800 banquet guests. Plus, we can arrange great rates for groups of all sizes.