1. Bangalore Palace 

This beautiful palace, built in the Tudor architectural style, resembles England's Windsor Castle. It's a fascinating place to explore and often hosts cultural events. 

2. Lalbagh Botanical Garden 

Lalbagh is a renowned botanical garden with a stunning collection of exotic plants and trees. 

3. Cubbon Park 

This lush green oasis in the heart of the city is perfect for a leisurely stroll or a picnic. It also houses important government buildings and the State Library. 

4. Vidhana Soudha 

This iconic government building is a prime example of Neo-Dravidian architecture and is illuminated beautifully at night. 

5. ISKCON Temple 

The International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) Temple in Bangalore is a magnificent temple complex dedicated to Lord Krishna. 

6. Nandi Hills 

Located about 60 kilometers from Bangalore, Nandi Hills offers a peaceful retreat with breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside.

7. Bannerghatta National Park 

This wildlife sanctuary is home to a variety of animals, including tigers, lions, and elephants. You can take a safari to observe these animals in a semi-natural environment. 

8. Bangalore Fort 

Although not in its original grandeur, the Bangalore Fort has historical significance and is worth a visit. 

9. Ulsoor Lake 

A picturesque lake in the city, ideal for boating and picnics. 

10. Shivanasamudra Falls 

Located a few hours' drive from Bangalore, these twin waterfalls on the Kaveri River are a stunning natural attraction.