Due to its role on exporting information technology, Bangalore is known as the “Silicon Valley of India”. While the central part of the city has still traces of the British-era, the other parts of the city have definitely transformed.
Bangalore is blessed with a moderate temperature and a proliferating culture of drinking, dining and shopping. Prominent places of interest include the Lal Bagh Palace, Cubbon Park, Bannerghatta National Park, Bangalore Fort, Vidhan Soudha and the Bangalore Palace.
Bangalore is an important cultural centre for art with burgeoning theatre, music and dance. A major centre for Indian classical music and dance, the city also has a vibrant English and foreign language theatre scene. Bangalore also happens to be an important education, media and sports hub.
Country - India
Visa Requirements - Visa is required
Languages Spoken - Hindi & English
Currency Used - Indian Rupee (INR)
Area (km2) - 741