Want to disappear from the normal routine life of yours? Looking for a pristine destination to explore in India? If yes then look no other than Jammu and Bangalore as these two cities would take you to a world of surprises. While a tour to Jammu would make you experience heavenly beauty, Bangalore would take you along to witness impressive buildings, beautiful parks and avenues. A splendid journey from Bangalore to Jammu would make you recollect memories worth to be remembered for your lifetime.

What to visit in Jammu?

Vaishno Devi Temple

Vaishno Devi is one of the most sacred Pilgrim spots in India and a trek to reach the holy shrine is among the best things to do in Katra Jammu. Every year hundreds and thousands of devotees embark on an enthralling journey to pay respects and receive blessings at this sacred temple. For those who are unable to climb the steep slopes can either make the journey on horseback or book a helicopter ride from Jammu.

Bagh-e-Bahu Garden

The lush green and majestic Bagh-e-Bahu Garden is beautiful and exciting hotspot. Located on the bank of the river Tawi, this enchanting garden boasts of a lush green topography, beautiful fountains, colourful flowers and ponds. The garden also has a large artificial lake, gorgeous flower beds and walkways for easy access.


Patnitop is a quintessential Indian hill station. It is frequented by hundred and thousand of visitors all year round. The hill station offers its visitors stunning view of the panoramic landscape, beautiful trekking paths and gorgeous skiing locations.

Mubarak Mandi Palace

The Dogra art museum is situated inside the Mubarak Mandi Palace, an important city landmark. The gallery was inaugurated by Dr. Rajendra Prasad in 1954. The gallery has an impressive collection of manuscripts, artifacts, royal embellishments and other historically significant items.

What to visit in Bangalore?

Bangalore Palace

Built in 1887 by Chamaraja Wodeyar, Bangalore Palace is inspired by England’s Windsor Castle. This  palace has Tudor-style architecture, with fortified towers, arches, green lawns, and elegant woodcarvings in its interiors. The royal family still lives there. On display are all kinds of memorabilia, family photos, and portraits. The palace is open from 10 a.m. until 5.30 p.m.

Tipu Sultan Palace and Fort

Situated inside the Bangalore Fort area, Tipu Sultan’s Palace was originally built by Chikkadeva Raya in mud. Later, Hyder Ali started reconstruction in Indo-Islamic architecture. This was completed by his son, Tipu Sultan, in 1791. The Hindu temple seen in the courtyard of the fort is the proof of Tipu Sultan’s religious tolerance. The palace is open daily from 8.30 a.m. until 5.30 p.m.

Lalbagh Botanical Garden

This expansive garden started out as a private Mughal-style garden for the city’s royal rulers. It was established in 1760 by Hyder Ali and later extended by his son Tipu Sultan. It now covers 240 acres, and derives its name from the red roses that bloom throughout the year there.

Ulsoor Lake

Picturesque Ulsoor Lake is spread over an area of 125 acres in the heart of the city, north of M.G. Road. It was constructed by Kempegowda II. It’s open daily, except Wednesdays, from 6 a.m. until 8 p.m. Boating facilities are provided by the Karnataka State Tourism Development Corporation.  There’s also a walking track around the lake.

So, have a great experience by booking flights from flywidus at lowest airfare from Jammu to Bangalore.

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