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Exotic places to visit in Mysore

Mysore is located in the Indian state Karnataka and known for its royal living. It is one of the most exquisite places in India to visit. You can easily find the hotels in Mysore to make your stay comfortable. Here are some of the important tourist places to visit in Mysore:

Mysore palace2

It is the most proud possession of Mysore and the biggest attraction for the people in Mysore. It is the largest palace in India and made up of wood. It has the intricate interiors and stunning architecture.

Chamundi Hills

The hills which are located just 3 km from Mysore has Chamundeshwari temple at the top of the hill. This temple belongs to 11th century and the specialty is that there is a 5 m tall idol which was created in 1659 just with one piece of rock.

Shivanasamudra Waterfalls 

Kaveri River is divided into two falls by the island known as Shivanasamudra which is located about 85 km from Mysore. You will get the spectacular view at this fall and it is counted among the top 100 waterfalls from all around the world.

Mysore zoo

Shri Chamarajendra Zoological Gardens at Mysore is popularly known as Mysore Zoo is the great place of attraction for the animal lovers. It is an enthralling destination that will take your entire day for excursion in this place.

Lalitha palace

This is the second biggest palace in Mysore. It was built for the viceroy of India and then later it was used as the royal guest house. The scenic beauty of this city and the amazing view of Chamundi hills can be viewed from this palace very clearly.

Railway museum2

It is the second of this kind of museum in India. This museum is basically dedicated to the railways. Visiting this place can be considered as the educational and informative tour. You will get plenty of amazing information about different types of carriages and locomotives that had been manufactured so far.

 

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