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The capital of Karnataka, Bengaluru or Bangalore is the new modern face of India. Because of its role as India’s largest IT (information technology) exporter, Bengaluru is known as the ‘Silicon Valley of India’. This metropolitan city is blessed with a pleasant climate and has bustling, drinking, shopping and night-life scenes. Booming with students from all around India and other countries, you will encounter hip locals conversing in English and sipping on beer, while wearing their favourite ‘80s metal band T-shirts. This city has seen a mad surge of development in the past decade, but has still succeeded to maintain its colonial-era charm.

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Commercial Street in Bengaluru

A shopper’s paradise, Commercial Street in Bangalore is one of the busiest shopping areas. It has many shopping centres, wholesale markets and retail outlets of international brands. From the trendiest of clothes to the simplest of trinkets, we bet you will find them all here. When it comes to accommodation, there are many mid-range hotels in this area starting at INR 3000/USD 45 approx. per night. The Kempegowda International Airport is located at a distance of 36 km.

Kormangala in Bengaluru

Koramangala is full of shopping malls, ethnic restaurants, libraries and gaming arcades. However, owing to the fact that it is located next to the main road, noise levels can be high during peak office hours. Kormangala has a wide variety of mid-range accommodation options starting at INR 3000/USD 45 approx. per night. The Kempegowda International Airport is 42.7 km from Kormangala.

Mahatma Gandhi Road in Bengaluru

Mahatma Gandhi Road or M.G Road are for those who seek luxury. Many 5-star hotels are located here (starting at INR 7000/USD 100 approx. per night), which provide a comfortable stay and top-notch service. It also has a diverse range of shopping complexes, pubs and restaurants. The Kempegowda International Airport is an hour and fourteen-minute drive from here.

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Transport in Bangalore

Having an extensive public transport system, getting around Bangalore is a breeze.

Bus

Buses in Bangalore are frequent and cheap, covering the whole city. Ordinary buses that run within the city are white and blue in colour whereas the red-coloured buses cover long distances. For information on routes and prices, click here (http://www.bmtcinfo.com/)

Taxi

There are three types of taxi services operational in Bangalore

  • Airport City Taxis: These are air-conditioned sedans, by far the safest, and the best way to get into the city. You can board them at the taxi queue in the airport. The taxis charge a minimum of INR 80/USD 1 approx. for the first 4 km, followed by INR 20/0.3 approx. per km after that. A 10% extra surcharge is applicable between 12 AM to 6pm.
  • Private Taxis: Hotels and travel agents can arrange for a private taxi for you. A little heavy on the pocket, but they are very safe, trusted and comfortable.

Auto-Rickshaw

Similar to tuk-tuks in other countries, auto-rickshaws are the most convenient means of transport (for shorter distances) in Bangalore. They charge INR 25/USD 0.3 approx. for the first 1.8 km.

Food in Bangalore

Bangalore is a food lover’s paradise. The local cuisine is influenced from Chettinad, Andhra, Tamil, Hyderabadi, Keralan and Mangalorean food, focusing on sambar, rice and rasam (vegetable stew and soup). Bangalore being a cosmopolitan city, you can find a wide range of international cuisines here, ranging from pizza to sushi. There is something for everyone. However, the real delight lies in tucking into local food, which is mostly vegetarian.

You should start the day by tucking into a plate of delicious masala dosa (spiced potatoes stuffed inside a crepe) accompanied by some chai (tea). Lunch and dinner normally consists of steamed rice, vegetable dishes, curries, pickles, desserts, papad, curd, buttermilk and ghee - all served on a Banana leaf. It is tradition to start the meal with something sweet and finish it with curd rice.

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Note: All the above information is correct as of 27th June 2016.