Tuesday, 20 September 2016


Bangalore, the Silicon valley of India, is also known as Garden city with beautiful gardens, colonial time tree line avenues with perfect weather all year around, making your stay pleasant every time you visit.

ETD offers a “Southern Glances” package that covers Bangalore, its famous gardens and palaces including important tourist attractions in Mysore and capping it up with the queen of hills- Ooty. This package includes all hotel bookings and excludes flight bookings.

Places to visit in Bangalore:


Tipu Sultan's Palace: The elegant palace of Mysore ruler Tipu Sultan with teak pillars and ornamental frescoes is adorned by beautiful gardens decorated with fountains and flowers.

Nandi Temple: Nandi temple, the oldest temple of Bangalore, is dedicated to Lord Shiva with a huge idol of Nandi Bull carved out of a single rock.

Lal Bagh: It is the most diverse botanical garden in South Asia known for the red roses that blossom throughout the year. The glass house modeled on London's Crystal Palace is the center of attraction.

Vidhan Soudha: The state assembly building, headquarters of State Legislature and Secretariat Bangalore is one of most imposing building in the city with four domes which can be viewed from all sides.

MG Road: It offers the modern and hip face of Bangalore to the tourists with swanky stores, popular local restaurants and shops for every taste.

Vishweshwaraiah Museum: It houses astonishing scientific artifacts with the Science on a Sphere, the only one in Asia as a star attraction.

Utility Building: One of the tallest buildings in Bangalore is a major commercial center and popular tourist attractions.

Places to visit in Mysore:


Brindavan Garden: Situated adjoining famous Krishnaraja Sagar reservoir across the river Kaveri is a major tourist attraction for illuminated terrace garden with shining fountains.

Mysore Palace: Mysore Palace is the historical palace of Wodeyars and is famous for spacious halls, paintings and architectural embellishments.  It is well known for their royal festival Mysore Dasara.

Chamundi Hills: Chamundeshwari Temple located on Chamundi Hills is the landmark of the Mysore city. People believe that the Goddess fulfills their desires and aspirations. While going uphill, a bird’s eye view of Mysore can be seen and offers a spectacular view of several prominent places. 

Srirangapatna: Once the capital of Mysore state, it is famous for Ranganath Swami temple.

Places to visit in Ooty:


Botanical Garden: It is situated on the hillock of Ooty and is a popular tourist destination with wide collection of plants and trees.

Ooty Lake: This is an artificial lake surrounded by green trees in the backdrop of Nilgiri hills makes it a paradise for tourists and photographers.

Lamb’s Rock: It provides a magnificent view of Coonoor amidst lush green forests covered with clouds. Trekking trails from Lamb’s rock passes through green tea gardens and naturally took the shape of a lamb.

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