Non-A/C Bus (Service 1)
Near klm fashion mall next to kalyan jewellers
HAL Main Gate
Near: In Front Of H A L Main Gate Towards Marathalli
Near: Next To Indian Oil Petrol Bunk Towars Diamond District
Near: Near Sony World Signal
Near: In Front Of Ayyappa Temple
Near: Below Silkboard Flyover Towards Btm Layout Road Side
Near: In Front Of Gangothri Hospital Towards Jayadeva Road
Near: Jayadeva Hospital Jayanager
Near: Nimhans Hospital Mittal Rest House
Jayanagar 4th Block
Near: Opposite To R.V.Nursing College
Near: Near Bmtc Bus Stand
Near: In Front Of Town Hall Opp Canara Bank
Near: Between Kapali Theater And Annamma Temple
City Railway Station
In front of hotel bell, Near: Karnataka Bank
Near: Opp To Ayyappa Temple
Mysore Road Satellite Bus Station
Opp gali anjeneya temple towards nayandahalli metro
Nayandahalli Metro Station
Near: Below Metro Station Towards Nice Road
Rajarajeshwari Temple Arch
Near: Goplan Mall Main Road
Near: Near Kegeri Police Station
Bidadi Bus Stop
Near: Bidadi Bus Stop
Near: In Front Of Mini Vidhan Soudha
Non-A/C Bus (Service 1)
City Railway Station
Opp. City Railway Station
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Mysore Ooty Coonoor Kodaikanal Tour Package from Bangalore:
Mysore City Tour: (Mysore, the Place of History)
Mysore originated from the word ‘Mysuru’ derived from Mahishasura, the demon, who was killed by the Goddess Chamundeshwari Devi on the top of Chamundi hills. From then on, the day was celebrated as a victory over evil and Chamundeshwari Devi received prayers with utmost devotion at a temple located on top of the Chamundi hills. Mysore is popularly known as the ‘City of Palaces’ as many large palaces are built across the Mysore kingdom. Mysore is the headquarters of the Mysore District and it is 150km far in distance from the Bangalore city.
Mysore is known for its history from the time of Vadeyar’s dynasty. Mysore word was originated from the word ‘Mysuru’ and the City Mysore was named after the demon Mahishasura was put to death by Goddess Chamundeshwari on the Nandi Hills. Mysore city is the largest district in the state of Karnataka and it is 150km far in distance from Bangalore city.
Mysore is filled with many Historical places since it is known as the ‘City of Palace’ and many eye catchy tourism spots which you cannot resist admiring the architecture of palaces and beauty of the tourist places.
Some of the best Historical places in Mysore which you should give a hit are Mysore Palace, Tipu Sultan’s Fort, Gumbuz, Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple, St. Philomena's Roman Catholic Cathedral and more adds up the beauty to Mysore City Tour and these inspiring historic places should be added to your best places to visit in Mysore
- Things to do in Mysore: Sightseeing and shopping
- Bangalore to Mysore Distance: 150km
Ooty Trip: (Ooty, the hill stations hub)
Ooty is the place of earth covered with greenery which is popularly known as ‘Udhagamandalam’ and is located at the hill station of Tamilnadu state. Ooty is located approximately 275Km i.e., 7hours of time from Bangalore and 125km i.e., 4 hours of time from Mysore by Bus transportation.
Ooty is famous for its cool foggy weather and covered by the Tea fields adds beauty to nature. This is the best tourist place to refresh and enjoy the weather in the hill station. Some visitor places like Sims Park, Dolphin's Nose, Lamb's Rock, Doddabetta, Ooty Botanical Garden, Ooty Lake are there in Ooty.
Ooty is the famous Honeymoon destination in India attracting huge tourists every year. Ooty is located near Nilgiri Blue Mountain Hills and popularly known for its cool and foggy weather. Ooty is a paradise filled with tea fields, beautiful landscapes, Gardens and Mountain peaks. This is the best place for you to relieve from routine life and get positive vibes from nature. The Tea factory here is famous for producing tonnes of various flavors of tea, you will end up buying packets of tea if you are a tea lover. It’s a breathtaking view from the mountains, stunning locations of beautiful nature and the landscapes will give you the most splendid moments in Ooty to take back home.
As a part of your Bangalore to Ooty trip, there are some famous spots in Ooty you should never miss visiting them are Botanical Gardens, Tea Factory, Filmy Chakkar, Lamb’s Rock, Sim’s Park, Dolphin's Nose, Deer Park, Dam Lake waterfalls. The best time to visit Ooty is between mid of December to the start of Summer.
- Things to do in Ooty: Sightseeing, Toy train rides, boating, Mountain biking, Hang gliding
- Bangalore to Ooty Distance: 278km
Coonoor Trip: (The famous Hill station)
It is 290 km from Bangalore and 20 km from Ooty by Bus. It is Taking 7 Hours from Bangalore and 1 Hour from Ooty by Bus.some famous places in Coonoor are Law’s fall, Shopping, Golf course, Toy Train and many more.
Coonoor is considered as one of the famous hill stations of TamilNadu, which is geographically 290km away from Bangalore city. Coonoor village is a place with lush greenery, peaceful climate and is the perfect travel destination for nature lovers. Coonoor is a hub for Tea estates and also a panoramic view from the top of hills will give you chills, what a proverb! No matter which season you visit Coonoor, you will fall in love with the place. Some of the interesting places to visit in Coonoor are Catherine falls, Droog fort, Hidden valley.
- Things to do in Coonoor: Trekking, mountain climbing and enjoying the beauty of nature
- Bangalore to Coonoor Distance: 288 km
Kodaikanal Trip: (Kodaikanal, the gift of Forests)
Kodaikanal is roughly 470 km from Bengaluru and 250 km from Ooty by Bus. It is taking around 9 hours from Bangalore and 7 hours from Ooty by Bus.the peak season to visit Kodaikanal is April to June.
Kodaikanal is located in the Dindigul district of TamilNadu located 470km far away from Bangalore city. Kodaikanal is the most beautiful Hill Stations covered with a blanket of green forests which is a bliss to watch. You should always visit this place like a traveler rather than a tourist, you will love the place and would love to visit every time. Kodaikanal is popularly known as ‘Princess of Hill Stations’
Kodaikanal Lake, Bryant Park, Poombarai village, Green valley view, Coaker’s Walk, Bryant Park, Shembaganur Museum of history, Guna caves, Kuriniji Andavar Murugan temple are the best places to visit in Kodai. Visiting these places will make you find perfect joy in this monsoon weekend.
- Things to do in Kodaikanal: Sightseeing and shopping
- Bangalore to Kodaikanal Distance: 470 km