Budget Travel Tips – Bangalore, India
Budget Tips when Traveling to Bangalore – The Silicon Valley of India
Being a city, Bangalore is an expensive place for a holiday. To really have a great time you will have to spend a lot, on food, travelling and enjoying the city’s posh nightlife.
If you are on a budget and still want to have fun in Bangalore, you can do that with a little bit of planning and this cool guide about knowing how to enjoy Bangalore in a budget.
Things to do in Bangalore
While eating at a posh restaurant in Bangalore might be a costly affair, enjoying local street food is a fantastic one. There are many places to enjoy a reasonable meal in Bangalore. From vegetarian South Indian delicacies to non-vegetarian food, you can savour them all. If you have a sweet tooth, you can also relish some delicious South Indian sweets in Bangalore.
Where to Eat : V V Puram (veg food), Jayanagar, Indiranagar
Average Cost : Rs.200-300
Take a Walk Through Lalbagh Garden
The Lalbagh Garden is one of the most historic gardens in Bangalore. It is also an amazing place to spend a morning in the company of nature. There are beautifully cobbled pathways at the garden and there is a lake as well. There is the Glass House in the garden where you can see exotic plants and flowers.
Entry Fee :Rs. 10
Boating at the Ulsoor Lake
On a budget and want to enjoy something romantic ? Try boating on the Ulsoor Lake. Hiring a boat for a short 20-minute ride should not cost you more than Rs. 100. The best time to visit is in the evening to watch the sunset. The bank of the river is also an excellent spot for watching birds and romantic walks.
Ticket Fee:Rs. 100
Catch a Play at Ranga Shankara
For all those who love culture and art, a fine activity to enjoy on a budget in Bangalore is watching a play at the Ranga Shankara. Many celebrity performers often perform here and some very famous plays have been showcased at the iconic theatre.
Location: 8th Cross Road
Ticket Fee: Rs. 150 onwards
Places to Visit on a Budget in Bangalore
HAL Aerospace Museum
A great place to learn about aviation in India, the Hal Aerospace Museum is a one-of-a-kind museum that every person who visits will love. At the museums you can browse through iconic planes that have made India proud. There are exhibits held regularly too on the history of aviation. The highlight of the museum are the simulator jets that offer a first-hand experience of flying.
Location: HAL Old Airport Rd
Ticket Fee: Rs.50 per head
Tipu Sultan’s Palace
The Tipu Sultan’s Palace is a nice place to get a deep insight into art, architecture and culture. There is plenty of opportunity for sightseeing around the palace, you can also get your camera out and click stunning pictures of the palace and its surroundings.
Location: Albert Victor Road
Ticket Fee: Rs.15 per head
Tour the City on a Bicycle
The budget-friendly way of touring the city is by renting a bike. Bangalore is a city that is blessed with excellent cycling trails. The Cubbon Park is the most famous, the park is huge and has an exciting list of things to see. There is also the Ghati Ghats is also a good place to cycle.
Rental Fees: Cycles can be rented for as little as Rs. 100 a day
Go on a Bangalore Darshan
If you are on a budget and at the same time crunched for time, the best way to tour the city is the Bangalore Darshan. There are tours held daily and you are taken to some of the best tourist spots in the city.
Ticket Prices: Tickets begin from Rs. 200 onwards
Budget Accommodation in Bangalore
If you are looking budget hotels in Bangalore City, there are a plethora of budget hotels in Bangalore. You will be surprised to learn that many of them provide comfortable amenities and relaxing facilities and have great customer service, even at a low price.