Bengaluru city of lakes


Bengaluru is known by numerous names, including the “city of gardens” and “city of lakes.” There is no need to leave Bengaluru because there are so many lakes inside the city limits. I’m going to highlight several lovely lakes that are in the city’s center today.


Madiwala lake:-

One of Bengaluru’s major lakes, Madiwala Lake, is cared for by the Karnataka State Forest Department. Numerous activities, like as boating, bird viewing, and photography, are available there.

Location: – BTM 2nd stage, Bangalore
Timing: – 5:00 am to 9:30 pm all day
Boating: – 10:00 am to 6:30 pm all day
Fees: – Rs. 5/- per person and Rs. 2/- for kids


Ulsoor Lake :-

It is the largest and oldest Lake in the area, and it spans 50 acres. Islands and rich greenery surround this lake. Children’s play area is a blessing at this lake. You may access both business and church streets from this lake.

Location: – near mg road
Timing: – 6:00 am to 8:00 pm (wed closed)
Fee: – free

Lal Bagh Lake

Lal Bagh Lake :- 

The Lal Bagh’s interior contains this lake, which is where most people go. This lake is regarded as the most picturesque lake in the neighborhood. For photographers and bird watchers, this is a wonderland. Many migratory birds call this lake home.

Location: – Mavali Bengaluru
Timing: – 9:00 am to 6:00 pm
Entry fees: – Rs.25/-

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