Cubbon Park, located in the heart of Bangalore’s business district is a wonderful place to get a few moments of tranquility in the ever so busy city. Known famously as the Garden City in India, Bangalore has some fantastic green areas that locals as well as tourists can enjoy. A sprawling garden of over 100 acres, Cubbon Park is one such area that is enjoyed by both. The park is surrounded by some impressive old buildings such as the massive Vidhana Soudha, the high court building known as Attara Kacheri and the gothic style State Central Library. Visitors can enjoy a picnic at the park and stroll through the lovely expanse of the gardens while the children spend some time playing in the amusement park or riding in the toy train. With other popular landmarks in close proximity to the park, visitors should definitely include a visit to Cubbon Park when in the area.
Free of charge
Open all day
Half an hour or more
Adults, senior visitors, young adults, families, children
The beautiful green park and the important buildings surrounding the park
Muslim tourists requiring prayer facilities while at the Cubbon Park will not be able to locate a prayer room within the park premises however they will find a number of mosques in the city that they can use. The most prominent mosque in the city is the Jamia Masjid, located near the City Market. Tourists visiting Cubbon Park could ask the locals for directions to a nearby mosque if necessary.
Locating Halal food in Bangalore is not difficult as the city is home to some excellent Halal restaurants serving an array of cuisines including a diverse selection of Indian food. Aside from the many Halal restaurants in the city, Muslim tourists also have the option of dining at some fantastic vegetarian restaurants. Those brave enough can even try some of the delicious street food found all over the city. Tourists visiting Cubbon Park could also ask to be directed to a nearby Halal restaurant, if needed.