Bangalore the capital of Karnataka is known as the Garden City because of its salubrious climate and greenery. Perched 3,250 feet above sea level, temperatures seldom exceed 30oC (88oF). Founded by Kempegowda, a powerful chieftain, the city is unique with its rich cultural heritage that coexists with its modern day technological and industrial achievements. Today Bangalore is popularly known as India's Silicon Valley.
Many food outlets across the city offer a range of South Indian delights that are unique to the region. In addition, the city also has on offer international cuisines such as Mediterranean, Thai, Italian, Mexican and Japanese, to name a few that would make every traveler feel at home.