Melbourne to Bangalore
Flight to Bangalore with Singapore Airlines.
Economy Class from $755.00
Travel Dates: 16 Jan to 30 June 2017.
Baggage: 30 Kgs + 7 Kgs
Prices are from & return airfares including taxes, it can change depending on the availability on the date of booking. Some blackout dates may apply. Limited Seats available.
Bangalore, the capital city Karnataka, is located on the Deccan Plateau that lies in the south-eastern part of Karnataka. It is India's third most populous city and the fifth-most populous urban cluster. The city is famously known as the Silicon Valley of India due to its role as the country’s leading Information Technology (IT) exporter. Situated at a height of over 3,000 feet above the sea level, it is recognized for its enjoyable climate throughout the year. It is amongst the top ten favored commercial locations in the world.
The city is highly recognized for its IT sector. It has some of the most famous IT schools and business hubs. Also, the place has a history of its own ruling back to the medieval era. The mystery of it past seeks the attention of people across the globe. It is even appreciated for its extreme modern culture that makes the city stand out from the rest of Indian states. The enjoyable climate and a rich lifestyle has boosted tourism here with the city being visited by aid travelers across the globe.
The city experiences a humid savanna climate with dissimilar wet and dry seasons. Due to its high altitude, Bangalore generally enjoys a modest climate throughout the year. The coolest month happens to be December where the temperature drops down to 15.4 °C (59.7 °F) and the hottest is April recording an average high temperature of 32.8 °C (91 °F).
Bangalore is called the Garden City of India owing to its mild climate, extensive streets, vegetation and many public parks, like the Lal Bagh and Cubbon Park. It is often also termed as the "Pub Capital of India" and the "Rock/Metal capital of India" due to its underground music scene. It is also one of the foremost places to hold international rock concerts. The city has a great hold over music, art and literature.
Flights from Melbourne to Bangalore
KempeGowda International Airport
The airport happens to be the fourth busiest airport in terms of passenger traffic and air traffic movements. It is around 40 kilometres (25 miles) from the city centre and the most fuss free way of commuting to here is by a taxi. Meru cabs and Easy cabs have the taxis existing in the rank at the airport.
Facilities at the Airport
Foreign Exchange & ATMs
There is a counter for foreign exchange services and ATMs of various banks that facilitates your money transaction.
Rental cars are available at the airport terminal only from where you can make the easy bookings. However, if you want you can even opt to choose the other rental companies whichever suits your needs the best.
Other than the primary facilities, you can get all other basic amenities like food, drinking water, medical aid and internet services.
S G rent a car, Bangalore taxi services, Bangalore Cauvery cars are some of the primary rental companies active in the city. You can pick the desired car model and tour around the city along with an experienced guide.
Buses run by the Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation (BMTC) happen to be an important and dependable mean of public transport. Commuters can buy the tickets after boarding these buses. BMTC also offers an option of bus pass to the frequent users and also runs air-conditioned luxury buses to major routes.
The city comes under Bangalore railway division of the South Western Railway zone of the Indian Railways. Bangalore City Railway station and Yeshvantpur Junction well-connect it to other parts of the country. The Bangalore Rajdhani Express connects it to New Delhi, and it is also connected to other prominent cities like Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata, Belgaum, Hubli, Mysore, and other major Indian cities.
It was first stretched between Baiyyappanahalli and M.G. Road and was inaugurated on 20 October 2011. As of now the work is under progress.
The city is Asia’s fastest growing cosmopolitan city with a great demand from technical giants globally. Other than being the IT hub, it has several places of tourist attractions to be visited on a trip from Melbourne to Bangalore, some of which are:
Bull Temple: Also called "Nandi temple" or the Bhoganandiswara temple, it happens to be a sculptural magnum opus. Dedicated to Nandi, the bull considered as Lord Shiva's vehicle as per Hindu mythology, the temple is located in Bungle hill on the south of Bull Temple Road. You will find a large sculpture of Bull, about 4.6 metres tall and 6m long. It has been carved from a single rock of granite and this is one of its striking features.
Lalbagh Botanical Gardens: Often translated as “Red Garden", it is the star attraction of the city spread over a rambling 96 hectares and is opulent in a diversity of flora. It was founded by Hyder Ali in 1760 who appointed it as a personal withdrawal for himself. It is popular for its collection of infrequent trees.
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