December 11, 2023 05:34:55

Best Places of Mysore You Must Visit

Mysore is noted for its heritage structures and palaces, including the Mysore Palace, and for the festivities that take place during the Dussehra festival when the city receives hundreds of thousands of tourists from around the world. Mysore is also known for betel leaves and owns its special variety of jasmine flowers fondly referred to as ‘Mysore Mallige’. 

Brindavan Garden

It is also considered one of the most beautiful gardens in Karnataka. The most exciting experience at the gardens is the evening musical fountain show. It is one of the must-see places on your Mysore tour. Illuminated fountains, terraces, waterways, lawns, flowerbeds, a variety of plants, and a beautiful boat ride here will brighten up your day.

Lingabdi Lake

It is one of the largest and oldest lakes in Mysore. It covers an area of 260 hectares, it’s a freshwater lake. A variety of flowering plants such as gurmohal, silver oak, hibiscus, and marigolds are a blissful sight. This is why Mysore is the perfect place to visit.


The Krishna Raja Sagara Dam is a major tourist attraction near Mysore. This dam was the first irrigation dam in India and is considered one of the most beautiful tourist attractions around Mysore. It is considered to be one of the most beautiful tourist spots around Mysore.

GRS Fantasy Park

GRS Fantasy Park is the perfect summer amusement park. It offers a variety of land and water rides for children and adults alike.  It is located on the Mysore-Bangalore Highway, it is spread over 30 acres of lush greenery. Various features such as a wave pool, 5D virtual ride, telecombat, and shuttle slide will ensure you have the best time here. Mandatory in Mysore.

Shivanasamudra Falls

Shivanasamdura is located on a river island where the Cauvery River plunges 90m to form a waterfall. Shivanasamudra is an island city that divides the Covry River into two waterfalls namely Gaganachukki Falls and Balachukki Falls, forming the Shivanasamudra Falls. It is known as Asia’s first hydroelectric power plant, it is located about 85 km from Mysore. It is a spectacular waterfall and is rated as one of the best.