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Exploring Koramangala

Although somewhat to the southeast of Bengaluru city centre, the Koramangala district is one of the best areas to be based. It has wide, safe streets, numerous shopping and entertainment options, and many posh hotels. In addition, Koramangala is close and well connected to Bangalore International Airport by road, and is on the Intermediate Ring Road to Electronics City.

This commercial hub has a cosmopolitan flavour, too, although it is quite expensive as a result and on account of the many IT companies and educational institutions based here. The area is littered with parks and leafy streets, and many first-time visitors are struck by the posh houses and serviced apartments, and of the cleanliness of it all. Although there are no real high profile attractions close by, the shopping malls and the great eateries make it a worthwhile area to stop at while visiting Bengaluru. One of the best options is the Casa De Bengaluru, which is well placed for accessing the shopping and the eating in the centre of the district.

Accommodation near Koramangala

Bengaluru – or Bangalore as most know it – is as popular with tourists as it is with the businessmen and women who flood its commercial districts all year round. Just like its tasty cuisine, the city is bursting with colour and spice. Whether you’re diving into the traditional markets on a budget or looking to splash out at some of southern India’s best high street shops, when it comes to accommodation you’ll be spoilt for choice. Some recommended options include Grand Mercure Bangalore, Nandhana Grand and Davanam Sarovar Portico Suites.

Sightseeing near Koramangala

Though Koramangala is not overwhelmed with attractions, with the focus more on its entertainment aspirations, there are several sights nearby to check out. Several lakes flank this district and they are good for bird spotting, while Koramangala Indoor Stadium has decent sports facilities. Nearby Indiranagar district is a viable alternative.

- Madiwala Lake

Madiwala is one of the main lakes in the city and, although not amazing to look at, it has semi-impressive wetlands that are home to a variety of birdlife. Visitors can charter a boat and take in the lake to spot migratory birds, including kingfishers, or take the kids to the children's park. There is also a Shiva temple on the eastern shore.

- Lalbagh Lake

Not far to the west is the much prettier Lalbagh Lake, which, in turn, is surrounded by the Lalbagh Botanical Garden. The historic garden is by far and away the most beautiful garden in Bengaluru and dates back to the 1700s. It takes its name from the many red flowers here, known locally as lalbagh, and has a generous covering of trees. Be sure to walk around the lake and to check out Bengaluru’s version of the Crystal Palace in London.

- Indiranagar

The nearby residential area of Indiranagar is similar in disposition to the Koramangala district, although not quite as posh or as commercialised. It is a good alternative, however, having decent shopping options and a number of great all-Indian restaurants and standout tourist attractions. The Someswara Temple is one of the main landmarks in this area. Unlike Koramangala, Indiranagar is served by the Bangalore Metro.

Transportation near Koramangala

BMTC buses run along the main streets here. There are stops all the way along Hosur Road, which eventually runs towards MG Road where there is a metro station, or you could take an auto-rickshaw. Koramangala is well served by bus and taxi from Bangalore International Airport, just a few miles away.

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