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Cavared Sightseeing Places :
Chamundi Hills – Mysore Zoo – Mysore Palace (King Yaduraya first built a palace)Museum – Jaganmohana Palace (Palace was constructed in 1861) – St.Philomena’s Church built in 1843  – Sri Ranganatha Swamy Temple – Nimishamba Temple – Gumbuz / Ganjam – Tippu’s Summer Palace – Brindavan Gardens

Mysore  One  Day Sightseeing By Car

Pickup from arrival and proceed to Mysore Sightseeing to Chamundi Hill, Big Bull & Mysore Zoo. Later proceed to Mysore Maharaja Palace, After lanch visit Srirangapatna (Dariya Daulat Bagh,  Gumbaz,  Tippu Fort and Temple). Evening proceed to Brindavan Garden And Back to Mysore 21.00 Hrs Tour End

Mysore One Day Tour Cab Charges

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Mysore One Day Tour Itinerary By Car

 Mysore Palace

Mysore’s proud possession and one of India’s most visited attractions, Mysore Palace is an incredible man-made edifice. It is a palatial structure that tells many tales of India’s complex and intriguing past. This palace was once a royal residence of the mighty Wodeyar rulers, who ruled Mysore for seven centuries. …
Landmark Monument

• Brindavan Gardens, Mysore

Sprawling over a large area of about 150 acres, Brindavan Gardens are considered to be the best in Mysore. This beautiful stretch of land is situated just a level below the popular Krishnaraja Sagar Reservoir that is built across the Cauvery or Kaveri River. The garden is about 18 kilometres …

• Kabini Dam

Kabini Dam is a remarkable engineering marvel built on the Kabini River in Mysore. This massive structure rises up to an altitude of about 2284 feet and has a storage capacity of 19.52 thousand million cubic feet. It is among those few dams in the state of Karnataka where the …

• Suvarnavathi Dam

Among several popular dams present in and around the city of Mysore, none matches the beauty encompassing the Suvarnavathi Dam. It is located about 16 kilometres away from Chamarajanagar – a town in the state of Karnataka. The top width of this dam is 18 feet while its overflow length …

• Thonnur Lake

Thonnur Lake is a picturesque excursion site, located about 30 kilometres away from Mysore. It was once referred to as Moti Talab by the mighty ruler of Mysore, Tipu Sultan. This was because its water was so clear that every pebble in the lake could be seen from above. The …

• Folklore Museum

Founded in the year 1968, Folklore Museum is one of Mysore’s most popular tourist attractions. It mainly exhibits an expansive collection of artworks and crafts that belong to different parts of the state. It is located in the imposing Jayalakshmi Vilas Mansion, which stands within the Mysore University Campus. Since …
Museum Cultural

• Karanji Lake

Karanji Lake, also known as Karanjikere Lake, is a beautiful place to visit. Apart from its natural beauty, this picturesque lake is noted for being home to a wide variety of indigenous and migratory birds. Spanning in an area of about 90 acres, this lake area features a butterfly park, …

• Somnathpur Temple

Somnathpur Temple is a prominent attraction in a small namesake village, situated about 35 kilometres away from Mysore. This temple is also known as the Keshava Temple and Chennakesava Temple. Built by Hoysala rulers during their reign in this region, it stands as a relic of the bygone era. The …

• GRS Fantasy Park

GRS Fantasy Park is one-of-a-kind amusement park, located about 6 kilometres away from the city centre. An endeavour of Baliga Investments Pvt. Ltd., the park is ideal for both adults and kids as there are a number of fun-filled rides for everyone. Sprawling over an area of 10000 sq ft, …
Theme Park

• Kukkaranahalli Lake

Kukkarahalli Lake, noted as a prominent attraction of Mysore, is situated in the middle of Manasagangothri, the Mysore University campus. This lake was built in the year 1864 by Mummadi Krishnaraja Wadiyar as a major source of irrigation. Visitors can enjoy an amazing view of the lake from the north …

• St Philomena’s Church

St. Philomena’s Church is one of the largest churches in India. This landmark can be spotted from a distance due to its 175 feet long twin spires. Designed by Reverend Rene Feuge, it looks similar to that of Germany’s Cologne Cathedral and boasts of Neo-Gothic style of architecture. The exteriors …

• Chamarajeshwara Temple

Built in 1826, Chamarajeshwara Temple is an ancient shrine situated in the Chamarajanagar town in Karnataka. It is visited by a number of tourists and locals year-round. This shrine stands as a memorial of Sri Jayachamarajendra Wodeyar and was constructed by his son, Mummadi Krishna Raja Wodeyar. It is mostly …

• Chamundi Temple

Chamundi Temple, popularly known as Chamundeshwari Temple, is a 12th century shrine situated atop Chamundi Hills, about 13 kilometres away from the Mysore city. A flight of 1000 steps takes visitors to the temple, which is named after Goddess Chamundeshwari or Durga, (the fierce form of Shakti). She is often …

• Happy Man Park

Happy Man Park is a well-manicured garden located in Mysore. It is a popular place where both kids and adults can spend some enjoyable moments. The highlight of the park is the gigantic statue of a Happy Man, resembling Laughing Buddha. The beautifully designed park features wooden bridges, little streams …

• Himavad Gopalaswamy Temple

The popular tourist attraction, Himavad Gopalaswamy Betta (meaning ‘hill’ in Kannada) is situated in the Bandipur National Park of Karnataka. This site is noted for its scenic beauty and holds great religious significance. The main highlight of this place is the Himavad Gopalaswamy Temple that is dedicated to Venugopalaswamy or …

• Akkana Basadi Temple

Akkana Basadi Temple is a revered shrine, located in the holy town of Shravanabelagola – a prominent excursion site in Mysore. The temple stands as an exemplar of the Hoysala style of architecture. Visitors can see a 5-feet tall statue of the main deity – Parshwanatha, along with intricately carved …

• Bala Tripura Sundari Temple

Bala Tripura Sundari Temple is a small shrine, located just a few kilometres away from the popular Chamundeshwari Temple in Mysore. It is dedicated to Goddess Bala Tripurasundari, considered to be one of the young forms of the Hindu deity Tripurasundari, also known as Kumarika.

Literally, the word …

• Namdroling Monastery

Bylakuppe, a beautiful yet unexplored region in Karnataka, is home to two major Tibetan settlements. The town is noted for housing one of the most fascinating monasteries across the country – Namdroling Monastery. It is also popular as the ‘Buddhist Golden Temple’ as there are three colossal golden statues of …

• Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya

Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya (IGRMS) is a national museum dedicated to anthropology (study of humankind), particularly in respect of India. Its regional centre is situated in the city of Mysore – known as the Southern Regional Centre of IGRMS.

The regional centre periodically organises exhibitions related to …
Museum Cultural

• Planet X

Located in the foothills of the Chamundi range, Planet X is a fabulous entertainment centre in Mysore. Ideal for a day out or picnic, this place is perfect for both kids and grown-ups. It provides facilities for snooker, billiards, go-karting and video games. The complex has a bowling alley, mini …
Theme Park

• Mysore Zoo

Mysore Zoo, or Sri Chamarajendra Zoological Garden, was established in 1892. The zoo has been named after its founder and erstwhile ruler of the city, Sri Chamarajendra Wodeyar Bahadur. Initially, it was only meant for royal families, but in 1920, was opened to public. This zoo spans over a large …

• Lakshmiramana Swamy Temple

Sri Lakshmiramana Swami Temple is one of the oldest shrines in the city of Mysore. The sanctum sanctorum of the temple houses the idol of Nambinarayana, a revered form of Hindu God Vishnu. His statue has a conch in one hand and Sudarshana Chakra in the other. Towards its right, …

Lingabudi Lake
Lingabudi Lake, also known as Lingambudi Lake, is a beautiful water body situated in Srirampura, about 8 kilometres from the city centre. Not many are aware of the fact that this water body is among the largest and oldest lakes in Mysore. Making this place even more attractive is the …

• Melody World Wax Museum

Melody World Wax Museum is a truly fascinating tourist spot in Mysore. This place has been aptly named as the Melody World as several musical instruments are displayed here. Adding to the attractiveness of this place are the wax statues of musicians playing instruments. There are around 100 life-size wax …

• Railway Museum

Established in 1979, the Railway Museum in Mysore is one of the oldest museums of its kind in the country. Interestingly, it is the second largest railway museum after the National Railway Museum in Delhi. The museum is an outdoor display of classic locomotives, including old trains and steam engines. …

• Regional Museum of Natural History

Regional Museum of Natural History is a prominent attraction of Mysore. It was established on 20th May 1995 to spread awareness about environment and its conservation. This museum is one of the regional units of the National Museum of Natural History, which was set up to educate people to preserve …

• Shweta Varahaswamy Temple

There are very few shrines in India that are dedicated to Lord Varaha – an incarnation of the Hindu God Vishnu. One of them, named as Shweta Varahaswamy Temple, is located in Mysore. The temple, boasting of Hoysala style of architecture, is also known as Varahaswamy Temple and is a …

• Sri Jayachamarajendra Art Gallery

Sri Jayachamarajendra Art Gallery has a splendid collection of artworks by artists from across the country. It is counted amongst the best art galleries in South India, owing to this collection. Its establishment dates back to 1915, when the three-storeyed Jaganmohan Palace was turned into this beautiful art gallery. Later, …

• Mahabaleshwar Temple

Mahabaleshwar Temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva, is one of the oldest religious edifices in Mysore that attracts countless devotees every year. It is situated atop the Chamundi Hills and is popularly known as Mahabaladri or Mahabala Thirtha, meaning Hills of Lord Shiva.

The origin of this ancient temple …

• Melkote

Located around 50 kilometres away from the city of Mysore in the Mandya district, Melkote is an interesting place to visit. Listed among one of the beautifully excavated sites in the state, Melkote boasts of some of the oldest rock formations on Earth. The place gained prominence during the 12th …
Places to see around

• Prasanna Krishnaswamy Temple

Symbolic of the Wodeyar style of architecture, Prasanna Krishnaswamy Temple is one of the most visited shrines in Mysore. The shrine, dedicated to Lord Krishna, was built by Krishnaraja Wodeyar III. Inside the sanctum sanctorum, a statue of Ambegalu Krishna (crawling Krishna) is kept. Another highlight of this temple is …

• Sri Srikanteshwara Temple

Sri Srikanteshwara Temple is one of the highly revered places of worship in Nanjangud. Dedicated to Lord Shiva, this temple is around 23 kilometres away from the city of Mysore. This shrine reflects a flawless combination of the architectural styles of the Gangas, Hoysalas, Cholas and Wodeyars. The gopura (tower), …

• Srirangapatna

Srirangapatna is a charming town located approximately 15 kilometres away from Mysore city. It boasts of an interesting history that dates back several centuries. It served as the capital of many mighty kings, including Hyder Ali and his son Tipu Sultan, who was also known as ‘The Tiger of Mysore’. …
Places to see around

• Statue of Maharaja Chamarajendra Wodeyar

The Statue of Maharaja Chamarajendra Wodeyar is one of Mysore’s most iconic landmarks. It is strategically placed at the intersection of Ashoka Road and Albert Victor Road. This junction known by various names, such as Chamaraja Circle, Sri Jaya Chamarajendra Circle and New Statue Circle. Geographically, the statue faces the …

• Trinesvaraswamy Temple

Trinesvaraswamy Temple is one of Mysore’s oldest shrines. Dedicated to Lord Shiva, this temple stands in the northeast corner of a fort inside the Mysore Palace Complex. According to a popular legend, once a sage named Trinabindu performed penance at the temple site. In response to his devotion, Lord Shiva …

• Oriental Research Institute

The Oriental Research Institute (ORI) is an intrinsic part of the University of Mysore. Established in 1916 as the Oriental Library, it was renamed in 1943 as Oriental Research Institute. The mighty ruler of Mysore, Sri Maharaja Chamarajendra Wodeyar, laid the foundation in 1887, while its inauguration took place in …

• Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple

Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple is one of Karnataka’s largest and most revered shrines. The temple is dedicated to Hindu deity Ranganatha, a manifestation of Lord Vishnu. Within the shrine, there is a colossal image of the deity reclining on Adisesha, which connotes the artistic brilliance of the artisans of the bygone …

• Venugopala Swamy Temple

A masterpiece of Hoysala architecture style, the Venugopala Swamy Temple is a spectacular site to visit. Located in the village of Hosakannambadi, near Krishna Raja Sagara Dam (KRS Dam), this shrine not only attracts devotees but also historians and archaeologists. Built in the 12th century, the temple is dedicated to …

• Halebidu Temple

Halebidu or Halebeedu is an excursion site that is noted for its temples built in Hoysala style of architecture. Hoysaleswara Temple and Kedareshwara Temple are the most famous ones. During the 12th century, Halebidu was recognised as the regal capital of the Hoysala kingdom. The beautiful frescoes on the walls …

• Jaganmohan Palace Art Gallery

Jaganmohan Palace Art Gallery is a must-visit attraction for art lovers. Originally built as a residential palace in 1861, it was formed into a museum and art gallery in 1915. Precious artefacts and artworks from all over South India are kept here on display. The entrance door of this art …

• Hasavodalu

Hosaholalu is a beautiful hamlet in the Mandya district of Karnataka. The star attraction of this place is the Lakshminarayana Temple, which was built in 1250 during the reign of the Hoysala rulers. Constructed by Vira Someshwara, a Hoysala king, the presiding Hindu deities of this shrine are Lakshminarayana, Venu …

• Dussehra

One of the most popular festivals in Mysore is Dussehra and the celebration goes on with a lot of enthusiasm for the entire ten days.
The Mysore Palace is lit up and the procession is a colourful event as the locals take to the roads with the musicians as …

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