One Day Trip To Mysore By Cab
We welcome you to experience Mysore, one of the most leading tourist destinations in Karnataka and India. This place is the heritage capital of Karnataka, giving you a great cultural outlook of the place binded with rich history.
We offer the best package for one-day sightseeing in Mysore:
1. Chamundi Hills
One of the most favored destinations in Mysore is visiting the Chamundi hills. It is the abode of Goddess Chamundeshwari, at the height of 3,300 feet. From the cold breeze to the horizon, you are sure to fall in love with the view that this place has to offer.
2. Statue of Mahishasura
Mahishashura is a character in Hindu mythology and holds great significance for Mysoreans. You are sure to find people standing in front of the big statue and getting pictures with it. Mahishashura being a demon was killed by Goddess Chamundeshwari, whose holy presence guards the city of Mysore.
3. Nandi statue and temple
Nandi is one of the oldest icons in Mysore and is about 350 years old. The icon holds a great mythological significance and it is an open shrine and not inside closed walls. Be sure to ask a question or two about the place while you’re there.
4. Sand Museum
This place has a display in about 16 themes of around 150 sculptures. You will notice that sand will tell you stories and tales and reflect the culture, heritage, wildlife, and history. Be sure to observe the details and know the significance of all the statues there
5. Wax Museum
This is one of the most popular sightseeing destinations in Mysore. Also called as Melody World Wax Museum, this place is home to the largest collection of musical instruments in Karnataka. You will also see life-size statues of musicians indulged in playing instruments.
6. Karanji Lake
What was initially a source of drinking water during the times of the kings is now a beautiful lake still preserved with its beauty and diversity. When you put a step in, you will breathe in the freshness of nature and a walk around the place will take you to a happy place inside. You will also like the boating experience here and there is also a place for children to play around.
7. Mysore Zoo
Mysore zoo is a matter of pride for Mysoreans as it is one of the oldest and the most popular zoo in the country spread over 157 acres. It houses more than 1450 specimens from 30 countries, belonging to about 168 species. Attracting more than 3 million visitors annually, the zoo is well maintained and naturally green throughout the year.
8. Mysore Palace
Dominating the skyline of Mysore, this place has earned recognition worldwide and is a delight to your eyes. It is 107 years old and you will be taken aback by the architecture and gardens of this place. It is built in Indo- Saracenic style with the blend of Hindu-Mughal-Rajput- Gothic styles of architecture.
We will break for lunch and let you enjoy the best of South Indian cuisine.
9. Jaganmohan Palace
This is one of the seven palaces in Mysore and a beautiful contribution of the Wodeyars. It is built in the traditional Hindu style of architecture and is now an art gallery and a function hall. You will notice beautiful murals and paintings in this place, carrying stories of the city and its rulers.
10. St. Philomena’s Church
Witness one of the tallest churches in Asia and its neo-gothic style. This church was built in the year 1936, inspired by the Cologne Cathedral of Germany. You will find this place very peaceful and calm. The walls of the church narrate stories of Christ and his journey added with the touch of art.
11. Srirangapatna Sightseeing
Srirangapatna is a city located near Mysore and carries historic, religious, and cultural importance. The entire city is enclosed by river Kaveri, earning it the name of an island city. Battles have been fought on this soil and monuments built on this land.
12. Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace
Tipu Sultan, popularly called the tiger of Mysore, made this place his summer residence, as the name goes. It is built in the Indo-Islamic style of architecture and this place hosts vintage galleries and inscriptions. There also is a small museum, displaying items related to the rule and belongings of Tipu Sultan.
13. Bird Sanctuary
Rangantittu is the largest bird sanctuary in the state, carrying around 140 species of birds. Of these, the painted stork, Asian openbill stork, common spoonbill, woolly-necked stork, black-headed ibis, lesser whistling duck, Indian shag, stork-billed kingfisher, egret, cormorant, Oriental darter, spot-billed pelican, and heron breed here regularly. The great stone plover and river tern also nest here. The park is home to a large flock of streak-throated swallows.
14.Brindavan Garden KRS
Visited by around 2 million tourists a year, this garden is beautiful in green. It is built adjacent to the KRS dam, which is built on river Kaveri. It is very famous for the botanical garden, fountains and the boat rides beneath the dam.
Experience the beauty of the city with us.
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