Discover top attractions and things to do in Bengaluru

Best known as the Silicon Valley of India, Bengaluru is more than a bustling business hub—it’s also an ideal destination for leisure and entertainment. Based at the Radisson, you can easily access top attractions such as the scenic Cubbon Park or the beautiful Bangalore Palace. Don’t miss an opportunity to see the stars at Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium or study the future of science at the Visvesvaraya Industrial & Technological Museum. Looking for things to do between meetings? Go for a stroll along the banks of Ulsoor Lake, or cross the street to visit Sri Guru Singh Sabha, the city’s largest Sikh shrine.

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Bangalore Palace

2.4 mi / 3.86 km from the hotel
Built in 1887 by King Chamaraja Wodeyar, this sprawling palace features architecture inspired by the UK’s Windsor Castle, including turrets and crenelated parapets.

Bull Temple

5.15 mi / 8.29 km from the hotel
This 16th-century temple is dedicated to the vehicle of Lord Shiva, Nandi the bull. Visitors flock to this sacred space to see the famous sitting bull statue, which is more than four meters tall and six meters long.

Cubbon Park

1.92 mi / 3.1 km from the hotel
Spanning approximately 200 acres and featuring flower beds and fountains, this colonial-era park is the perfect spot for a picnic or a revitalizing jog in the city center. It’s also the site of the state library.

ISKCON Sri Radha Krishna Temple

5.17 mi / 8.32 km from the hotel
This majestic temple serves as a religious and cultural center for the surrounding region. The beautiful complex mixes modern glass construction with more traditional gopuram.

Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium

2.09 mi / 3.36 km from the hotel
Get lost in space at the Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium, a must-see attraction for aspiring astronomers. Be sure to stop by the theater to check out the show schedule.

Sri Guru Singh Sabha

0.07 mi / 0.12 km from the hotel
A striking white structure only steps away from Ulsoor Lake, Sri Guru Singh Sabha is the city’s largest Sikh shrine.