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This 300 acre park crowned Bangalore with its undisputable title ‘The Garden City’. The park is also known as Sri Jayachamarajendra Park (formerly Meade’s Park). Though the name kept on changing, the elegance and the beauty of the park never changed. Created in 1870, its primary purpose was to elate people with its charm and simplicity, which still holds strong.
Cubbon Park is the proud owner of some of the rare exotic flora. There are around 6000 plants in the park which include 6...
Tusker at nagarahole wildlife sanctuary
This must visit place is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is designated under the Global Tiger Conservation Priority-I. The reserved forest here was made into national park in 1987 with an intent to protect the declining population of Lion Tailed Macaques. Forest safari facility is available here where one can spot sambar, muntjac, chevrotain, sloth bear, mongoose, lion tailed macaque and gaur. If you are fortunate, you can also spot some of the rare species of birds such as malabar trogo...
The park which spreads to around 10.6 acre is one of the favorites parks among the morning joggers and walkers. However the park and the site of it is very significant. The site on which now the garden stands was the place where Late Mrs. Indira Gandhi, a renowned Prime Minister of India, gave here last public speech here. Hence a park was built in her memory and thus named. The flower beds and fountains elates the beauty of the garden. Also a splendid statue of Mrs. Indira Gandhi install...
The park was originally formed in 1857 by the Maharaja of Travancore for recreational purpose. Now its focus is on wildlife conservation. It houses 82 species of animals and is one of the oldest zoos in India. Timing
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM. Visit Duration
1 to 2 hours. Address
The Zoological Park , Trivandrum, Kerala.
“Lal Bagh” meaning ‘red garden’ got the name for its beautiful red rose beds of various species. It is created by Hyder Ali in 1760 in compliance with the trend and taste of Mughal gardens. Initially developed on 45 acres, it now covers a massive 240 acres. It has the largest collection of tropical plants for a botanical garden in India with around 673 genera and 1845 species. Among the major attractions, the most famous are a glasshouse and a 3000 million years old rock which is one of t...
Nicco park
Built in 1997, this amusement park was built by Nicco in collaboration with BDA. The park consists of an open park and an artificial lake at the center of the park. Entry Fee 200 per person onwards Timings All days of the week 10:00 AM - 8:30 PM Visit Duration 1 day Address BDA-Nicco Park, 1st Floor Lake Area, Lake Road, Madhusudan Nagar, Unit - 4, Bhubaneswar, Orissa, India
Established in 1951 to commemorate the massacre by British, Jallianwala Bagh, now a public garden, is a place of homage to thousands of people who were killed in the incident. Located close to the Golden Temple Complex, it spreads over 6.5-acre (26,000 square meter) and houses a memorial of national importance. Later in 1961, a 45 foot red stone pillar in the shape of a flame was also built here. On 13th April 1919 (incidentally it is Punjabi New Year day), around 10,000 people had gather...
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The park is named after the mountain on which it is situated. Established in 2001, this park is declared as world Heritage site by the UNESCO. The peaks of the Mukurthi hill and Devabetta hill (which is the highest peak of the park) offer brilliant and unforgettable views. The park is rich with flora and fauna, and is famous for Niligiri Thar along with other endangered species like Indian elephant, Bengal tiger and Bonhote's Mouse.

Entry Fee : Free


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Termed as walkers’ paradise and often used as a picnic spot, this place is a history in itself. The rock in the garden is one of the oldest rock formations in the world (as old as the rock in Lalbagh) and was used by the Kempe Gowda II, the erstwhile ruler of Bangalore, to build one of the four watchtowers during the feudal wars. One of the interesting fact of this place is that most of the rocks here are hollow and were used as lamps in olden days. Timing
5:00 AM - 8:00 PM Visitin...
It is located in Malabar hills and is probably one of the favorite parks among kids. This 4000 sq. feet lush green and well maintenaned park is named after Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru’s wife, Kamala Nehru and is located on top of Malabar hills. Hence it  has a cool atmosphere contrary to the city. The park houses an exhaustive range of flowers and they along with green lawns make the place an ideal picnic spot. This park is considered as a favorite respite from the humidity of the Mumbai city wh...
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