Bangalore Palace : A Royal Touch!

The famous city of Bangalore never needs any introduction of any kind. My visit to this place has webbed in the collection of my dreams as the most special occasions ever. I heard a lot of youngsters praising this place to be a party station and a fun paradise for them. To my greatest surprise I discovered this place as a perfect holiday venue for myself. My thoughts scaled on the decision of coming here as I was in the right side of my thirties, but the magic of this place revived the youth inside me!

After sufficient research and consideration I planned a family vacation. To my surprise I found one of the most beautiful places in Bangalore. Indeed the Bangalore Palace served to be an eye candy for me and my family. This place has a rich heritage in making and also bears the significance of being Bangalore’s traditional quilt. To my good luck I had visited this place at the right time when the event ground of this place known as the palace grounds was vibrant with a love concert. This experience was spectacular for the entire family and the kids enjoyed the music and atmosphere thoroughly.

Travelling with kids raised a concern in my mind for their entertainment. This query of mine was sorted with brilliance. The fun park in the premises of the Bangalore Palace rendered excellent rides and games for the enjoyment of kids. They just loved the fun filled land and water rides and were in no mood to leave this place. Several wildlife parks and sanctuaries around this place drew my attention and I found a bridge between nature and myself as the exotic beauty of nature and the city becomes a quilt for a nature lover.

Fun park in Bangalore palace

Fun Park in Bangalore Palace | Image Resource :

All the fun and entertainment including the services of the fun park in the Bangalore Palace was well within the boundaries of affordability. These services were offered with a great package which fetched me and my family the best deals including accommodation and other value added services. We had a blast at the Durbar hall and the banquet halls where I was richly impressed by the ceramic surrounding and splendid lighting.


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