Spread over 240 acres of landscaped terrain, Lal Bagh or the Red Garden was laid out in 1760 by Hyder Ali, the famous Mysore ruler. Today, it is one of Bangalore's most famous greens. A beautiful glasshouse, modeled on the original Crystal Palace in London, is the venue for flower shows in the weeks preceding Republic Day (26 January) and Independence Day (15 August).
2. Big Banyan Tree #BangaloreWithTheLalit
Located in Ramohalli, this over 400-year-old tree is spread over an area of 3 acres, being one of the largest of its kind.
3. TK Falls #BangaloreWithTheLalit
Located very close to Bangalore, Thottikallu Falls is more popularly known as TK Falls. It is also known as 'Swarna Mukhi' waterfalls, meaning 'Golden-Faced' waterfalls.
4. Bugle Rock #BangaloreWithTheLalit
Also known as the Peninsula Gneiss, Bugle Rock is a 3000 million-year-old massive rock formation with a beautiful entrance sculpted with rock pillars.