Sterling Suites - Whitefield

Whitefield Main Road, Near Saravana Hotel, Hope Farm Area, Bangalore, Karnataka, 560056, India
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Mysuru to banglore!!!!

by pawali

This is the first time i coming to India with my wife for leisure purpose, between sept 2009 and mid november 2009

I would like to get some suggestion the mode of transport( which is cheap, affordable, and convinent) May be its sound a bit different caused i assumed the hospitality there would be as same as malaysia. i dont want to get cheated by the touts

Hotel ( Budget range from Rs.1100 to Rs 1350 must be safe and clean with attached toilets and easy to access the city

where should i get the first class bus ticket from Mysuru to bangluru in Mysuru
(mode of transport suggested, frequent of transport, journey time and estimated cost)

i would like to visit some places in bangluru :
Big shiva statue inside shopping complex(pls mention the name of the mall)
Hare rama hare krishna temple
PVR cinema shopping complex(pls mention the name)
M.G road and brigade road
A hot disco without fights or trouble(only couples)

best mode of transport(afforable and convinient)to visit the above mentioned place

Pls recommend me a good taste hygenic food restaurant

Re: Mysuru to banglore!!!!

by mssthirdeye

There are busses every 5 minutes from mysore to bangalore, for booking visit or or others.
Also many trains are there daily, visit for details and bookings.
2.30 to 3 hours is the journey time for 140kms.
The bell hotel next to the railway station is very good as also there are many surrounding the busstand and railway station.
local sightseeing is available thro kstdc counters in bus stand and railway stations or you can take a taxi costing around 2000 rupees per day.

Re: Mysuru to banglore!!!!

by Avijayan


take an auto(tuk tuk or buggy, whatever you know it as) bangalore you could book vabs via meru cabs(+91-80-44224422)...nice semi luxury cars @rs15/ per km...

eat outs is not an issue at all in bangalore....

night clubs..........hmmmm....many around m.g.road sure to be early..they shut by 11pm....and better to be out before 10.30pm before cops get in and start moral policing....dont go for any parties which are not licensed...u might end up in prison...recently some 100 odd educated and decnt people were taken into the prison for partying late into the night in the out skirts of never know the way karnataka is heading, you might be booked for drugs....and careful with the place you go a pub in mangalore women were beaten up by the saffron brigade and the govt tacitly supports these groups who are moral policing the state of karnataka....

Re: Mysuru to banglore!!!!

by wtmarie


Within Bangalore, you can travel by rickshaw (but you will have to bargain a lot!). Another option is to rent a car with a driver. It gives you more flexibility and it is probably the safest way around. You can ask your hotel to organize transportation, or contact one of the following company yourself (to get a better rate): Akbar Travels, Airlift, Hertz, Carzonrent, Avis, Meru. "Google" them to find their website. Note that unlike most countries, car rental companies in India will give you a driver, as it is almost impossible for a foreign driver to drive there.

As for restaurants, what do you like? There are plenty of good options in Bangalore. Since the city welcomes thousands of foreign business tourists everyday, you should not be too worried. For more and information, you can check that website that has a lot of information from the best hotels, restaurants, things to do, etc. It is mostly targeted to foreign business travelers.

Have a safe trip!

Travel Tips for Bangalore

Walk the bridge over the wild...

by sandravdp

Walk the bridge over the wild river. Watch out for traffic that wants to pass, the bridge is small and the road on it isn't too good. The view is marvelous. You can also see people washing there clothes here. On the picture you can see clothes drying on the rocks along the river.

the Parliament and High Court

by Manyana

The governmental buildings in Bangalore are pieces of art, cleanest area, most organizaed and well-developed, very green.
You'd have the sense that you're in Britain.
The area of the parliament and High Court is highly influenced in design by the British style.
There are lots of male handymen, identified by wearing short scarf around their neck.


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