Capital of the Southern state of Karnataka, Bengaluru today is India's fastest growing cosmopolitan city. Home to some of the most high tech industries in India, the I.T industry views Bengaluru as the 'byte-basket' of India. Bengaluru is also home to some of India's premier scientific establishments. Blessed with a healthy climate, gardens & parks, natural lakes, architectural landmarks, shopping malls, and the best restaurants n this part of the globe, Bengaluru is the ideal gateway to India and beyond.

Eating Out!

The great thing about dining out in Bangalore is the mouth-watering food available from all over the country. Tease your taste buds at these top Bangalore restaurants.

SpiceJet Recommendations!

Samarkand, G-66 Gem Plaza, Infantry Road, Bengaluru.

Koshy's Jewel Box and Parade Cafe, 39 St. Marks Road (at the intersection of M.G. Road), Bengaluru.

Bon South, 749, 10th Main, 4th Block, 80ft Road, Koramangala, Bengaluru.


The Garden City of Bengaluru is better known as the shopper's paradise and shopping in Bengaluru is a pleasant experience. Bengaluru is a city where one would find a wide array of shopping markets, malls and plazas.

The most sought shopping destination in Bengaluru is MG Road. This road showcases array of silk, handicraft and shops. Bengaluru is famous for its sandalwood cosmetic products and toiletry. The main shopping areas of Bengaluru are Brigade Road Commercial Street M.G. Road Residency Road.

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Events & Festivals

  • Kadalekaye Parishe (Peanut Festival)
    Kadalekaye Parishe, also known as Peanut festival, falls in the month of November. It is held in order to celebrate the first groundnut crop of the year. As a part of the celebrations, the farmers of the city visit the Bull temple to seek blessings of God.
  • Ugadi
    Ugadi festival marks the beginning of the Kannad New Year, along with the advent of spring season. It falls in the second half of March or first half of April and is mainly devoted to Lord Brahma. The day begins with a ritual bath, early in the morning, and comes to an end with prayers that continue late into the night.