Bangalore is the capital of Karnataka state of India. The Bangalore sightseeing is known for its gardens, lakes and many more beautiful things to see here. Apart from this, the charm of a sculpture of modern houses also fascinates the tourists.
Bangalore city is also called as “Lake City”. Earlier, every locality had at least a lake but today most of them have been dried out or those have been polluted. But there are some lakes are still exists in the city so visitors, photographers, bird-watchers, and nature lovers can visit there.
Here we will find out 5 famous lakes to visit in Bangalore:
Hebbal Lake is located in the north part of the Bangalore city on the National Highway 7 along the junction of the outer ring road and Bellary Road. Hebbal Lake is one of the most scenic lakes in Bangalore city and it is more famous for a great variety of birds. It is one of the 3 lakes which were built by Kempe Gowda. However, today its beauty has been reduced because it is not confined to pollution.
Ulsoor Lake is also called as Halasuru Lake and it is one of the biggest and the most beautiful lakes in Bangalore city. It is located in the heart of the city. Ulsoor Lake is also one of the few lakes which have been maintained very well. Visitors also enjoy boat rides here with their friends and family.
Agara Lake is a 98-acre natural lake which is located in Agara between the upscale localities of HSR and Koramangala Layout. You will find this lake on the way to Agara Junction and near to HSR. You will see many joggers and walkers in the morning. This lake looks lovely and beautiful. It looks more beautiful at night when surrounding buildings light up.
Lalbagh Lake is a spot of magnificent beauty which is located in the heart of Bangalore city. It is located in southern Bangalore. Lalbagh Lake is one of the best scenic lakes for photographers and nature lovers. Beautiful lawns and flowers enhance the beauty of this lake. If you will take a walk around Lalbagh Lake, you will get refreshed. Also, enjoy the birds and sunlight that comes through the tall trees.
It has a famous glass house dating from the year 1889 that hosts two flower shows annually on 26th January and on 15th August. It has India’s largest collection of tropical plants.
Madiwala Lake is spread over an area of 114.3 hectares. Madiwala Lake is one such lake which is protected from being encroached. If you are staying near the lake in BTM then you can enjoy the beautiful scene from your terrace and enjoy its beauty will be your habit. This stunning lake allows visitors to go for boating and it has a tiny island that makes this lake more beautiful. Also, do not miss to enjoy the sunset at this lake, it looks more stunning.