Lal Bagh Botanical Garden is in Bengaluru Alias Bangalore (old name), Karnataka state in India.
Lalbagh Garden was the idea of the Hyder Ali, the Great King of erstwhile princely State of Mysore, which was completed by his son, the legendary Tipu Sultan, in the 18th century, who conquered many a lands and fought the British.
Lal Bagh Botanical Garden conducts an annual flower show which attracts lacks of visitors every year. Flower Show is arranged by the Horticultural society of Mysore during Indian Independence day (August 15th) and Indian republic day (January 26th). LalBagh Botanical Garden has the largest collection of tropical plants in India and is spread across 240 acres of land. If you plan to travel in India or tour India, make it a point to visit Bangalore. Tourist in India gets the best experience visiting Bangalore.
Lal Bagh Botanical Garden has India’s first lawn Clock. Some of the largest collection of rare plants in Asia is found here.
Lal Bagh Botanical Garden is open from 6 am to 7 pm all through the year.
How Do I Go to Lal Bagh Botanical Garden?
Lal Bagh is well connected by road. Garden is on the main Bangalore – Hosur Highway, 10 to 15 minutes drive from Madiwala, from where most of the luxury buses now operate.
The newly constructed Santhi Nagar Bus Station is hardly 700 meters away, opposite to one of the gates of Lalbagh Gardens on K. H. Road, from where outstation buses to Andhra Pradesh , Tamilnadu, etc, now operate, instead of old Majestic bus stand. Local buses also ply from here. Vision Cinemas, a famous multiplex theater, is also on the K.H. Road.
Bangalore City Junction Railway station is the major nearest railway station and Bengaluru International Airport is the nearest airport.