Asha Regent

Address: 22, 3rd Cross, 6th Main, Bangalore, Karnataka, 560009, India | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Banaswadi area of Bangalore, is near Shivasamudram Falls, Belur Temple, Caruggi District, and Gulbarga Fort.
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    Travel Blogs from Bangalore

    A Colourful, Chaotic Culture!

    A travel blog entry by shannond on Jun 03, 2015

    4 comments, 28 photos

    ... gardens. Both were nice and as we sweat our way through the gardens, Aaron was looked at like a celebrity. Or a character from Shrek. We’re not certain. It was hilarious to watch people get wide eyed looking at him. We never did make it to the market as it seems that 'we wouldn’t want to go there’ so our driver took us to a shop. Less interesting.

    Monday and Tuesday we did training sessions at work. It was interesting to ...

    Bangalore and Hospet

    A travel blog entry by colinscott on Oct 01, 2014

    2 comments, 1 photo

    30th September Visited the top locations in Bangalore - Bull Temple, Bangalore Palace, Tipu's Summer Palace, Shiva Statue, McDonald's etc. Caught the overnight sleeper to Hospet, north of Bangalore 1st October Not a good night on the train but managed to ...

    Malleswaram Flower Market

    A travel blog entry by npacadia on Dec 04, 2013

    15 photos

    One of the older sections of Bangalore famous for its large street trees is Malleswaram. The area also has some lovely temples, lively street shopping, and very colorful markets. Last week, we took the bus there and came across the most vibrant flower market.

    Performing puja or worship is a very important part of the lives of many Hindus and an essential part of the ritual is offering flowers to their various gods. So on many street corners, you see small stalls and ...

    Next Time, we'll Take a Rickshaw

    A travel blog entry by annickap on Jun 20, 2010

    2 photos

    Mr. Sultana arrived with a printed google map and explained to us that to get to work, we should take bus 276 on the road nearby our apartment until Kuvempu Circle where we should switch to bus 500,501,600 or 601 until Hosur Road where we should get off and walk the rest of the way to work. It seemed pretty straight forward... we decided to try it the next morning.

    We left the apartment a little before 9 to give us a little ...

    In Praise of Durga the Invincible

    A travel blog entry by darkstar on Sep 26, 2009

    5 photos

    ... calendars of two of the country’s main religions, and I was having a ball. With Durga celebrations -- and the larger festival of Dasara -- nearing a close, next up was Diwali, the Festival of Lights, arguably the biggest celebration in the Hindu calendar and a party held in countries all over the world. And for Diwali I will find myself a smart khurta of my own, and with the Toda scarf I bought recently thrown over my shoulder, I’ll be ready to join the party again. ...