Cubbon park is officially named as sri chamarajendra park in 1927,is a landmark area of the bengaluru city. Park is widely spread across the area of 300 acres and is the major sight seeing attraction in the city.
The park is full of greenery that’s why it is considered as green belt of the city. In initials it is called as Meade’s park because firstly considered by john meade and later came to be known as cubbon park…
It is the best place for nature lovers and for people who are in search of soothing atmosphere and peaceful environment. A place to relax your mind and enjoy the beauty of nature.
The park is named after lord cabbon who laid the foundation of this park. It contain approx 6000 trees which support a ecosystem.
Beside a sight seeing location,Some of the major Tourist attractions of the city i.e.
Attara Kacheri, Cubbon Park Museum and Sheshadri Iyer Memorial Park are also situated here.
Another Tourist attraction in the Cubbon Park is The Bangalore Aquarium, which is the second largest aquarium in India.
The landscaping in the park beautifully illustrated natural rock outcrops with thickets of trees, bulk of bamboos, with widespread grass and flowerbeds and the monuments within its limits.
The park is now regulated by the Horticulture Department of the government of karnataka. The primarily green area of the park has many road’s and the well-laid-out walking paths running through the park.
Early morning walkers and the naturalists who study plants in the peaceful natural environment.