Mysore Tourist Places

Mysore Tourist Places

June 20, 2018
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Places To Visit In Mysore In One Day, Mysore Sightseeing Places To Visit

Mysore is one of the best places in South India to visit and enjoy its plethora of traditional and marvellous sites. You will find some of the perfectly engraved temples, and museums, unique art forms, diverse culture, and beautiful hills. With Mysore One Day Tour Packages you can view its heritages and astonishing architect and experience the balance of nature and human by yourself. The holy temples reflect the touch of Dravidian architecture. Every year the Dasara festival attracts the tourists with its glimpses of the past.

If you are a backpack traveller, then Mysore One Day Tour Packages are the best option for you to enshrine this place in your heart. As the name suggests, this is the one day local Mysore tour which follows a fixed travel route. You can enjoy sighting some of the extraordinary places like Nandi Statue / Bull Temple, Chamundeshwari Temple, Mysore Wax Museum, Mahishasura Statue,  Mysore Zoo Park, St. Philomena Church, Mysore Maharaja Palace, Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple, Tombs of Tipu Sultan & Hyder Ali (Gumbaz), Tippu Summer Palace, KRS Dam and Brindavan Garden.

Mysore One Day Tour Packages are not only giving you the pleasure of preserving the sites in your travel diaries, but you will find yourself around the new people from various regions that may become important of your journey. This trip is the best option for corporate workers who don’t get enough time from their jobs. They can enjoy travelling alone or with their family or friends.

The price of this tour package is also reliable and doesn’t disrupt your monthly budget.  It may cost you around Rs 1500 to Rs 2000 to book the tour for you, and hire a vehicle as per your convenience like a private car, a bus or a Volvo. Weekends are the best time of the month to enjoy such trips. So why are you waiting? Book now and experience the adventure of Mysore.

There are some places that are best visited in certain seasons. And then, there are places like Mysore which are always splendid and welcoming, no matter which part of the year you visit them in. Located 150 kilometres away from Bangalore, this quaint little city can serve as a very good weekend spot. Let’s look at a few staple places you can (and should!) visit if you’re on a tight schedule.

Mysore Palace

The Mysore Maharaja Palace is the heart of the city and stands right at its centre. It’s a marvellous mixture of Hindu, Islamic, Gothic, and Rajput architectural styles. The beauty of the palace is in the fact that it’s as sober and majestic from the outside, as it’s glamorous and magnificent on the inside. If you happen to take any of the Mysore One Day Tour Packages, Mysore Palace would surely be amongst the top 5 places you’ll visit.

Also, there’s an enriching light and sound show organised from Monday to Saturday between 7 pm and 7:45 pm. This show narrates the history of Goddess Chamundi and the dynasties that shaped Mysore.

Chamundeshwari Temple

After a bit of history, we move to spirituality. The Chamundeshwari Temple is located atop the Chamundi Hills and looks over the city. This goes with the belief that Chamundi Mata always has the city and people of Mysore in her sights and under her protection.

Sitting here in peace is an out-of-the-world experience. Spend an hour or so here, and you’d find your mind much more relaxed from the hassles of daily life. This calming experience is why Chamundeshwari Temple is included in most of the Mysore One-Day Tour Packages.

Brindavan Gardens and KRS Dam

The Brindavan Gardens present a beautiful sight to the eyes. Throbbing with different varieties of flora, it’s the gateway to nature. Also, there’s an enjoyable light and sound show at 6:30 pm – to 7:30 pm on weekdays and 6:30 pm – to 8:30 pm on the weekends, where the fountain water dances to different tunes.

And overlooking the gardens is the KRS Dam. The dam and the lake amplify the beauty of the surroundings.

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