Keep your cars door closed while you going for purchaes or some other reason. avoid to many bags. Try to reduce the number of Bags. good walking shoes anti mosquito spary or cream, soap, shampoo, suncream Buy the films only in colorlabs not in road side. quality sleeping bag Make sure that you have change in Your hand
MG Road and Brigade Road
If you are in Bangalore dont forget to be at MG Road and Brigade Road at least once. Both these roads are pass by, actually they are perpendicular roads. Best place to be on Shopping, eat out, and spend late evenings. But the whole city goes to sleep by 11.00 PM, that is a law imposed by the police to avoid some underworld problems a few years before. Commercial Street is also a Mecca for shoppers. I dont suggest you to go to Majestic, the hub of Bangalore, its dirty and the last place to be in bangalore. Also try to see the ITPL, the International Technology Park Ltd, which is home for IT Software Companies.
Kudremukh (Horse Face) range, so named because of the unique shape of the Kudremukh peak is 95 kms from Chikmagalur town.
This secluded hill station is a nature-lovers dream come true as much of it's pristine and natural beauty has still been retained. It's an enchanting experience to drive through the curving roads which seem to hug the hillside. With it's lovely forests which are punctuated by meandering rivers, lush slopes, and exuberant water falls and rare orchids, it is heaven for trekking enthusiasts.
1 . Gangamoola
The Gangamoola hill surrounded by thick forests lies in the Samse Taluk of Chikmagalur. The rivers Tunga, Bhadra and Nethravathi originate here. Highlights here are the Goddess Bhagavathi shrine and the 1.8 metres high Varaha image. The cave is inaccessible during the monsoons.
2 . Jamalabad Fort
Jamalabad is famous for its fort built by Tipu Sultan, the Tiger of Mysore in 1794. The fort was renamed after his mother Jamalbee. The village, which lies at the foot of a high rock, forms a part of the Kudremukh range of hills near Belthangadi.
3 . Nandi Hills
Situated 60 km from Bangalore, at an altitude of 1468 m above sea level, is the Nandi Hills resort. A popular picnic spot with it's awesome fort, lush lawn and two ancient temples, once upon a time it used to be Tipu Sultan's favourite summer getaway. A fantastic cliff fall of nearly 2000 feet is known as Tipu's Drop. The view from here is beautiful. Students of history will be interested in the stone fortress on the hills.
Kemman Gundi, inspite of being not as famous as the Nandi Hills, is exceptionally beautiful. 257 km from Bangalore, Kemman Gundi is just 120 km from the better known Jog Falls - the highest in India.
Also known as Mercara, this cool beautiful little hill station is set in the heart of exotic coffee growing country. Set 125 km west of Mysore, this capital of the Coorg district boasts of lovely walks, wonderful sea views, a historic fort and a palace.
4 . Biligirirangana Hills
This pleasant hill station is located 114 km south-east of Mysore. You can enjoy a wildlife camp here organised by the forest department. The resort takes it's name from the Biligiriranganaswamy Temple, which stands on top of the hill at an altitude of 5091 feet above sea level.