Lalbagh Botanical Garden, Banga


About Lalbagh Botanical Garden

Dating back to the 18th century, the Lal Bagh Botanical Garden is one of the most significant landmarks of Bangalore city. Home of more than 1500 plant species, it was built by King Tipu Sultan. The king created a huge plant nursery comprising of diverse floral species from all across the world. Apart from Cubbon Park, this place is the only natural complex preserving rare and exotic plants. Spread across an area of 240 acres, the garden consists of various exhibits such as the Bonzai garden, Rose garden and Lotus garden. An elegant glasshouse built-in 1890 organizes flower shows which still take place during Independence Day and Republic Day week. The garden has a unique set of the irrigation system with lush lawns and fountains. A paradise for all the bird watchers, the garden also houses a 3,000 million-year-old peninsular gneissic rock which was used as a Watchtower by Kempe Gowda II

Lalbagh Botanical Garden is located in City of Banga state of Punjab which has other variety of things to explore

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