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Bangalore Water Parks

BANGALORE WATER PARKS

 

Bangalore Wonder La Amusement ParkWonder La Amusement Park
These parks has been set up with International standards and has been attracted more than 13 million people. Both the parks have secured ISO 14001 (environment friendly) & OHSAS 18001 (Safety & Helathy) certification from BVQI, France. Wonderla parks use Reverse Osmosis treated water in the pool and the temperature of the water maintained @ 28 degree celcius. The rides at the park caters to people of all age and follows the system of pay once and enjoy unlimited rides.
Distance : 34.7 km / Mysore Road

 

Bangalore Fun World / Water World / Star CityFun World / Water World / Star City
A theme park with Fun all the way. pread over an area of lush green 22 acres, it has entertainment and fun rides for all ages.
Distance : 4.7 km / Jayamahal

 

 

Bangalore Lumbini GardensLumbini Gardens
A one of its kind Water-Front Leisure & Eco-friendly Boating Park. The Lumbini Garden, stretches over 1.5 kms along the Nagavara Lake. 25 feet Buddha Statue is a must see.
Distance : 12 km / Hebbal

 

 

Bangalore Cubbon ParkCubbon Park
Cubbon Park dons many hats: a green lung in the heart of the city that also hosts a library, museums, a tennis academy, an aquarium, a toy train and many statues and pavilions. It’s probably one of the only parks to have a busy road cutting through it. In the wee hours of the morning or evenings, it’s a jogger’s paradise. Spring adds to the beauty of this park, with the lovely and colorful Tabebuia trees in full bloom.
Distance : Central Bangalore

 

Bangalore Lalbagh Botanical GardenLalbagh Botanical Garden
The sprawling 240-acre botanical garden houses some over 1,000 species of plants including some 100-year-old trees. The construction of Lal Bagh was started by Hyder Ali in 1760 and completed by his son Tippu Sultan. Currently the park hosts a deer park, aquarium, a lake and a small rocky hillock on which is sited one of the city’s four Kempe Gowda Towers and also a Glass House.
Distance / Place : 4.2 km / Lalbagh Road

 

Bangalore Ulsoor LakeUlsoor Lake
The beautiful Ulsoor Lake, located in the city center, went through a phase of being thoroughly neglected before it was spruced up again. Boating is a possibility here. A visit to this lake can be combined with a visit to the nearby Gurudwara (Sikh house of worship).
Distance : 4.5 km / Ulsoor

 

Bangalore Sankey TankSankey Tank
Sankey tank, a manmade lake or tank, is situated in the western part of Bangalore in the middle of the suburbs of Malleshwaram, Vyalikaval and Sadashiva Nagar.The lake covers an area of about 37.1 acres. At its widest, the tank has a width of 800 m (2,624.7 ft).Sankey tank was constructed by Col. Richard Hieram Sankey of the Madras Sappers Regiment, in 1882, to meet the water supply demands of Bangalore..
Distance : 5.5 km / Sankey Road