BANGALORE TO MYSORE CABS
The beautiful city in India’s South-western state, Karnataka, Mysore reminiscence the great warrior – Tipu Sultan. The name of the city is derived from the demon name Maheshasur who once ruled here and was killed in a fierce battle with Chamundi. One of the cleanest cities in India, Mysore boasts of tree-lined boulevards alongside its wide roads. The city is also a home to intricate handicrafts. The doors of the Diwan-e-Khaas are the finest example of ivory embedded rosewood. Mysore is also popular due to Mysore Pak (Indian Sweet) and Mysore Silk. Mysore, also called as cultural capital of Karnataka, is known for its spectacular palaces, beautiful gardens and colourful festivals. The festival of Dussehra is celebrated with great fervor and during that time the city gets magnificently decorated. There are so many things to do and see in Mysore and hiring a taxi from Bangalore to Mysore will ensure that you will be fresh to fully enjoy your trip to this wonderful cultural city.
Bangalore to Mysore distance
The distance from Bangalore to Mysore is approximately 129 Kms. By car, it takes roughly 2 hours 34 minutes to reach Mysore from Bangalore. Book online oneway and round trip taxi from Bangalore to Mysore at low prices, offered by the best outstation taxi services between Bangalore to mysore. By offering one way car rentals, Tapscabs has made taking an outstation taxi even cheaper than going by train or a bus ride. You may opt for pickup and drop from your home address, office address, Bangalore airport, Mysore railway station, Bangalore bus stand or any other preferred location.
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PLACES TO VISIT IN MYSORE
Also known as the Mysore Maharaja Palace, it is the biggest thing that you will ever notice in Mysore! The palace is situated in the city’s center, so you know, it cannot be missed anyway. The architecture is up for appreciation as it is a fine mix of Hindu, Islam, Gothic and Rajput styles. The stunning interior displays intricate craftsmanship. One would transcend to the era of Wodeyar dynasty while feasting eyes on the palace’s exclusive design and properties. The palace is decorated in a grand manner every year during theDasara festival, which propbably is the best time to visit here.
Chamundi Hills is the identifier of Mysore. It is famous for a temple that was built in the 11th century and has been renovated and turned into a tourist spot. The temple has a 5-meter tall statue that is said to have been sculptured out of a single rock. A flight of stairs with 1000 leads to Chamundi Hills that also offers spectacular vistas of the surroundings. Middle of the way, you shall also encounter the statue of Nandi the Bull.
At the foot of the famous Chamundi Hills is a huge lake called Karanji Lake. Constructed by the King of Mysore, Karanji is a 90-acre water body and is amongst the biggest lakes in Karnataka. The lake has become the shelter for migratory birds and as many as 90 species of birds can be found here. There is also a scenic park around the lake that has a huge enclosure for birds and it is considered the largest of its kind in the country.
Behind the Karanji Lake is the Shri Chamarajendra Zoological Gardens at Mysore also known as Mysore zoo. The Zoo is spread in a 157acre of land and houses a huge range of wildlife species not only from our country but animals from around the world.
The Brindavan Gardens are located a level below the Krishna Raja Sagara dam. It is a major tourist attraction near Mysore and is also regarded as one of the most beautiful gardens in the state of Karnataka. The most exciting experience at this garden is the musical fountain show that is scheduled in the evenings.
Above the famous Brindavan Gardens, Krishna Raja Sagara dam is a major tourist place near Mysore. Almost all the tourist that make it to the palace in Mysore that ensures to offer a refreshing experience. The dam is also the first irrigation dam in India and is accounted to be one of the most beautiful tourist spots around Mysore.
St. Philomena is a 200-year old Church, which is also known as St. Joseph’s Church. Built in Gothic Style, the church was established by Krishnaraja Wodeyar IV. It is amongst the largest Cathedrals in India and is dedicated to St.Philomena who was a 3rd century saint from Greece.The church has a celler where there is a statue of St.Philomena in a reclining posture and a piece of her bone and clothes are kept.
Located at a short distance from Chamundi Hills is Lalitha Mahal that happens to be the second largest palace in Mysore . Of course after Mysore Palace. The palace was built by Maharaja Krishnaraja Wodeyar IV and its architecture is inspired by St Paul’s Cathedral in London. Therefore, we can see a good mixture of several architectural forms from Europe in this palace. Another thing that caught the eye here is the magnificent view of Chamundi hills and the city.
Railway Museum is one of the most visited tourist places in Mysore. The museum is situated close to the city’s railway station and serves as a place that exhibits ancient locomotives and carriages that are still in working condition and are being used by the Indian Railways even today.
GRS Fantasy Park is an amusement park that is ideal if visiting in summer. The park offers number of land and water rides that can surely excite kids and adults alike. It is located the Mysore-Bangalore highway and lie sprawled in prawling 30 acres of lush greenery. Number of features like wave pool, 5D virtual rides, telecombat and pendulum slide ensure that one actually have a time of his life here!
Somanathpura is town, which is about 35kms from Mysore. The place is known for its Chennakesava Temple also called Kesava Temple. Feel the divinity at the Kesava Temple that reflects the Hoysala architecture and explore the wildlife in its surroundings.
Srirangapatna is a majestic heritage site situated some 15kms from Mysore. The entire town is enclosed by the river Kaveri to form a river island. The town is named after the revelled Ranganathaswamy temple which dominates the town. Srirangapatna is one of the most important Vaishnavite centers of pilgrimage in South India and the temple here was built by the Ganga Dynasty in the 9th century. The temple is a mix of the Hoysala and Vijayanagar styles of architecture. Apart from it, you can also take a tour to the toy factories of Srirangapatna and witness how the toys are made.
Situated on a river island, Shivanasamdura is where the River Kaveri falls 90m to form as waterfall. Shivanasamudra is an island town that divides River Cauvery into two falls, namely Gaganachukki Falls and Bharachukki Falls that together make Shivanasamdura Falls. It is known for being Asia’s first hydroelectric power station and is situated some 85 kms away from Mysore. It is a spectacular fall and is rated as one of the best waterfalls in India.
Not far from Mysore, Rangantittu is a popular hub for bird lovers as it is one of the biggest bird sanctuaries in South India. Sprawling in an area of 40 acres, the sanctuary is the home to about 170 birds species. Rangantittu is a short distance from the sacred town of Srirangapatna and is easily accessible.
Talakad is some 45kms from Mysore and is known as a popular pilgrimage site in Karnataka. It is situated on the left bank of River Kaveri and is amidst the serene landscape. The place once had 30 temples that now lay buried under the sands, however, people still like to go and visit the ruins of these historical temples. Apart from it Talakad has also become the epicentre of horticulture and wine making. Fine wines, exotic Zero Pesticide fresh produce, artisan cheese and diverse culinary experiences are now the identifiers of this sleepy town.
Melukote is a home to exotic temples and is some 50kms from Mysore. It makes a great destination for a one-day-trip as one can enjoy folk dances, ethnic cuisines and several cultural activities along with temple sightseeing here. This place is also a well-known location for film making as well as it is surrounded by lot of scenic areas. One of the famous temples here is Sri Yoganarasimha Swamy temple, which is situated at the hilltop. Catching a sunrise from here is a spectacular here.
Nested amidst the Western Ghats, Bandipur National Park is an ideal weekend getaway destination from Mysore. Located at the picturesque location, this national park is the home to a large number of wild animals and birds. Together with Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary in Tamil Nadu, Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary in Kerala and Nagarhole National Park in the North, it creates India’s biggest biosphere reserve popularly known as the ‘Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve’.
Located at a short distance from the city of Mysore, Nagarahole National Park is situated in the Kodagu district of Karnataka. The national park is a home to a large number of elephants and other wild animals and birds. There are jungle safari and elephant treks that one let the visitors get the best experience in this national park.
It is an Art Gallery located to the west of the main palace. The palace for built by Krishnaraja Wodeyar III in 1861 to celebrate the marriage of his daughter and the museum was officially started in 1915, and has since been expended adding many artifacts. This Art Gallery showcases Mysuru style of painting. Also, the original oil paintings of Raja Ravi Varma of Travancore on display here are on many mythological themes. The painting of lady holding the lamp of the Indian Artist S.G.Heldnker is another piece. The other include artifacts made from Glass, Ceramic and Metal.
A good collection of clocks are also display here along with few energravings from china and Japan and paintings of various styles like Moghal and Rajput.
Located at the foothills of Chamundi, Planet X is a popular entertainment centre in Mysore. It is an ideal for a day picnic with friends and family as this place is perfect for both kids and grown-ups. There are facilities for snooker, billiards, go-karting and video games. The complex also has a bowling alley, mini golf course, restaurant, coffee shop and even a conference room where one can spend an eventful day.
Melody World Wax Museum is one of its kind place in Mysore. This place has been named as the Melody World as there musical instruments are showcased here along with wax statues of musicians playing the instruments. There are around 100 life-size wax models and over 300 musical instruments displayed here. There are as many as 19 galleries here that offer a collection of musical instruments and statues have both musical relevance as well as social importance. A major highlight of this museum is the statue of Nalvadi Krishnaraja Wodeyar, a ruler of Mysore. There is also a special section in this museum, where you can play some musical instruments.
Mysore is truly stunning and you have no reasons to miss out on this amazing place, unless you are stupid like me. If you have already been to this place, we would like to hear your story.
This service is useful for the people who want to book a cab for whole day or half day. Tapscabs provide the taxi service for Mysore local use in which the traveller who want to travel within the city or for local sightseeing within the city limit. Tapscabs car rental provide the cabs for full day (8hrs/80kms) or for half day (4hrs/40kms).
Bangalore to Mysore cab service for outstation trip:-
If any traveller wants to plan for weekend getaways or for a family leisure trip outside the city limits Tapscabs car rental can arrange for a compact tour package. We take up group packages from Bangalore to connecting places nearby. We would send cars accommodating the size of the group. Outstation car rental service divided into three type’s services like: Roundtrip, One Way Trip and Multicity.
1–Roundtrip: This is the to and fro service means roundtrip which is useful for those who need to and fro from Bangalore. You can request for a Roundtrip from Bangalore to Mysuru roundtrip.
2- One way drop: This is for those who need just a one way drop to their destination from Bangalore. You can request for a one way drop from Bangalore to Mysore, say for instance you want a drop from Bangalore to Mysore.
3-Multi city travel: Suppose if you plan for visiting more than one city in a fixed time limit, say for instance you would want to visit, from Mysore to Ooty, and then Ooty to Coorg, Coorg to Coimbatore avail our Multi city travel service (Mysore – Coorg – Ooty – Coimbatore – Mysore)
|CAR / TAXI TYPE||PASSENGER CAPACITY||
|TATA INDICA (HATCHBACK)||4||Rs 8.75||BUDGET TRAVELLER|
|TATA INDIGO (SEDAN)||4||Rs 9.50||SMALL GROUP|
|SWIFT DZIRE (SEDAN)||4||Rs 9.50||SMALL GROUP|
|TOYOTO ETIOS (SEDAN)||4||Rs 9.50||SMALL GROUP|
|TOYOTO INNOVA (SUV)||6/7||Rs 12.25/12.75||LARGE FAMILY OR LARGE GROUP|
|HONDA CITY||4||Rs 24.50||PREMIUM SEDAN|
|TEMPO TRAVELLER||10/12 OR MORE||Rs.18||LARGE FAMILY GROUP|
|MERCEDES E CLASS (LUXARY)||4||Rs 60||LUXARY TRAVELS|
|FORTUNER (LUXARY)||6/7||Rs 70/80||LUXARY TRAVELS|