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Home to Bangalore’s biggest lake, Ulsoor is one of the oldest neighbourhoods in the city, renowned for its quaint narrow streets lined with stylish home decor stores and boutiques selling handwoven saris and numerous temples like the impressive
Halasuru Someshwara Temple, which dates back to the 16th century. Visitors can enjoy the sunset views while boating at the lake, which also has a walking trail along the shore. Connected to the center by the M G Road, Ulsoor remains a sleepy, spread
out suburb closely connected with nature and still manages to be hip and buzzing
with activity, thanks to a cluster of bakeries, cafes, watering holes and plenty of curio shops in the vicinity.
This is located in Halasuru little inside narrow street. Parking is available infront of the temple. Very less crowd and most of them doesn't aware of this place. The temple is very old and the temple is neat and clean. Really had a peace of mind after visiting this temple. Metro & buses are well connected.
Are you a fitness freak ? Are you in Bangalore ? Ok then please try a days morning walk here at Ulsoor lake . Beautiful lake surrounded with footpaths. Enjoy the fresh air in the morning and the cool breeze from the lake. u can also see golden fishes , swans , rare birds etc. Not recommended during festival times...
Early Sunday ride renting an OLA cab for 4 hours. Wife, Daughter, Nephew and I visited this tiny Handuman temple with a 102' high man made Hanuman statue in the background. This temple and a couple more including the Jagannath Temple are visible from the Agara road itself and are very close to the Flyover.
We liked the smaller (...
While in Bangalore it is worth dining here. The ambience is good service good food is ok It is ideally located good for business lunch.
Indians are getting used to Chinese but do not enjoy true Chinese.
Worth a repeat visit
This is our 2nd visit to this restaurant with family. We found excellent ambience and very friendly staff. The food was very authentic and tasty. We liked the curry noodles and yummy dimsum. The chef Inder Singh prepared the chicken fried rice as per our daughter's request, she liked it so much. He came out and talked to us about...
3 night visit . Earlier spent 2 nights at the JW Marriott as I wanted to be central for the weekend, while the Conrad was better located for our meetings (though still not far from the center). Previously have stayed at the Leela Palace many times, which does not rate near to either the Conrad or the Marriott. The Conrad...
The only reason I rated this hotel very good instead of excellent is based on the fact that the renovations are on going. Once completed I'm sure it will be an excellent experience all round. Currently half the hotel rooms and lounge bar are under renovation so there's no lounge area to grab a drink or have a meeting (there...
Loved the calm and plesant stay at Justa. Rooms are clean and spacious. Toilets are clean and well maintained. Staffs are courteous amd helpful.Overall .. it s a nice place to stay for those who wish clean and calm space.
Thank you for making special arrangements for a gluten free rotis for me as I am gluten intolerant.
The butter chicken and Dal was simple yet homely.
The boondi laddoo was also heavenly. Not too much sugar and that's what said it was royal!
Good a deal I couldn't refuse on MMT, and therefore picked The Park. Had been here before several months ago to the Coffee Shop. This time around I stayed over. Whereas the property itself doesn't scream for attention, and is pretty standard vis a vis ameneties, what makes this property stand out is the staff and their service attitude. Exemplary....