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Kukkarahalli Lake

Mysore University Campus | 3 Km from Railway Station, Mysuru (Mysore), India
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Beauty with filth

The lane is very bait maintained. The only thing with going here is for a walk or bird watching... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Deepaknarayan2002
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Mysore District, India
Nice & peaceful

Long stretch of pathway giving views of the lake surround the Kukkarahalli Lake. A great place for... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Priyanka S
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Mysore University Campus | 3 Km from Railway Station, Mysuru (Mysore), India
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Reviewed 1 week ago

The lane is very bait maintained. The only thing with going here is for a walk or bird watching .the water sinks for miles

Thank Deepaknarayan2002
Reviewed 1 week ago

Long stretch of pathway giving views of the lake surround the Kukkarahalli Lake. A great place for some quiet time, bird watching and even photography. Not sure about the timings but it is usually closed during afternoons.

Thank Priyanka S
Reviewed 1 week ago

Every time I visit Mysore i make it a point to visit the lake and take a walk around it (about 45 mins). It's just lovely to see the water, sit on one of the benches, listen to the creaking of bamboo as wind sifts...More

Thank RashmiMuni
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Kukkarahalli Lake is hardly 3 Kms from the city center adjacent to The University of Mysore and a right place for a morning or evening walk enjoying the green surroundings of the lake. The walkway along the side of the lake is well maintained with...More

Thank Jojijoseph2005
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

you can watch many migratory birds when you visit this lake. Largest lake in Mysore city. Early morning walk through the walkway is good

Thank sunseb
Reviewed 13 August 2017

The Kukkarahalli Lake is the biggest lake in Mysore located within the University of Mysore campus and is a lovely place for a nice morning or evening walk or jog. With a 5 km walking path around it, it offers fascinating vistas of the avian...More

Thank iammanish2015
Reviewed 24 July 2017

The best place for an early morning walk or a jog with lots of greenery. It's about 4 km each round of the lake. Located close to Mysore University.

Thank AnilKumar B
Reviewed 20 June 2017

A beautiful walk around the lake, calm and quiet place. A lake side walk in eavening is excellent . authorities done a good job of keeping the place clean and safe.

Thank kkajaleel
Reviewed 16 June 2017 via mobile

The place is good for the morning n evening walks.. And the view of flowers and birds is also great.

Thank Chandu K
Reviewed 11 June 2017

The Kukkarahalli lake is near the University of Mysore.It is a beautiful spot. We went during the sunset and the lake looked ethereal as it was cloudy with sunlight streaming through some clouds. There were different types of birds flying back to their nests. There...More

Thank Sandhyag28
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Rajesh K
1 April 2015|
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Response from fiercesnake | Reviewed this property |
No. I couldn't get in without sneaking in along the way, which is easy to do as the fences are regularly broken at various points but security who are asleep most of the time or bored out of their skull will possibly chase... More
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