Often thought of as being a replica of England’s Windsor Castle, the Bangalore Palace which was the brainchild of Rev. Garrett was built in the year 1944. Seen as an outstanding tourist attraction for those staying at Alila Banglore which is one of the Bangalore luxury hotels in the area, the Bangalore Palace boasts of well manicured lawns that would make navigating the premises a most enjoyable experience. The palace grounds in fact have featured many renowned artists such as The Rolling Stones and Scorpions who have thrilled crowds by their performances.
The ground floor of the palace is home to an open courtyard and a ballroom where private parties are organised. The Gothic style Durbar Hall is next on the list of places to visit at the palace which was once used by the king to address his subordinates. The interior walls of the Banaglore Palace are found decorated with 19th century paintings while the famed dining table that belonged to the Diwan of Mysore must be discovered. The palace has been subject to renovation so as to retain its old world charm that would in turn afford visitors a glimpse of this magnificent edifice in this inviting city. If travelling with the family, then the amusement park found within the palace grounds should definitely be called at. Featuring a snow room, a water park and various fun filled rides, Fun World as it is called would be a good way to cool off while on holiday in Bangalore.
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