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Ulsoor Lake

Ulsoor, Halasuru | Near MG Road, Bengaluru 560008, India
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Ulsoor Lake

Very big lake, has boating also. it is very near to Gurudwara. both can be visited at a time.good... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Basagouda P
Bengaluru, India
Boating Inside

Boating inside the ulsoor lake. Parking 10rupees. Also had a park and a long walking path inside... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
Bangalore District, India
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The beautiful Ulsoor Lake, located in the city center, went through a phase of being thoroughly neglected before it was spruced up again. Boating is a possibility here. A visit to this lake can be combined with a visit to the nearby Gurudwara (Sikh house of worship), Bangalore’s largest.
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“nice lake” (10 reviews)
“walking path” (8 reviews)
Ulsoor, Halasuru | Near MG Road, Bengaluru 560008, India
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Reviewed 3 days ago

Very big lake, has boating also. it is very near to Gurudwara. both can be visited at a time.good family outing.

Thank Basagouda P
Reviewed 5 days ago

Boating inside the ulsoor lake. Parking 10rupees. Also had a park and a long walking path inside. Pedal boat is there ever you can pay and use for half an hour to one hour. Nowadays the lake becomes too much dirty.

Thank muthukrish2000
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Enjoy an idyllic afternoon by this lake, which is dotted with picturesque islets. Boating facilities are also available here. Sankey Boat Club The ideal place for lazy boat rides and leisurely walks on breezy evenings.

Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This lake is one of the largest lakes in the Garden City , the Ulsoor Lake is a magnanimous lake that is sprawled over an area of 50 hectares. Dotted with a number of islands all along, the natural beauty of this destination is enhanced by...More

Thank maaz_nawaz
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Its a very old lake which once used to be beautiful but now is just a stinky water body. It is surrounded by buildings which are a mix of offices and residences. Definitely not a tourist attraction and going there would be a waste of...More

1  Thank NivK21
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Its one of the oldest lakes in Bangalore and was pretty famous. But the maintenance is horrible now..

Thank shiva p
Reviewed 11 November 2017

I have walked along the walking track here many times. Its usually not too crowded and the walking path is OK. Others have commented on it being bumpy. It is a little but much better than walking on the streets. I find the lake calming...More

Thank Glen405
Reviewed 7 November 2017

Human beings naturally veer towards water bodies... and that's something that makes Ulsoor lake totally lovely - in the heart of town a beautiful water body. However, i dont think much is being done to maintain it - the path was originally clay-ey... but it...More

Thank nidhilall
Reviewed 6 November 2017

This was one of the beautiful lake in Bangalore , but now due to construction and illegal dumping of waste , its becoming dirty and dying .

Thank SamJose
Reviewed 5 November 2017 via mobile

Built by the ruler of Wodeyar dynasty Kempegowda, this is an artificial water body dug out to harbour the rain water. Though effected by pollutants, this lake attracts several tourists visiting Bangalore due to it's beauty. Several little islands are present in this lake. Boating...More

Thank Rimjhim B
Home to Bangalore’s biggest lake, Ulsoor is one of the
oldest neighbourhoods in the city, renowned for its
quaint narrow streets lined with stylish home decor
stores and boutiques selling handwoven saris and
numerous temples like the impressive
Someshwara Temple, which dates back to the 16th
century. Visitors can enjoy the sunset views while
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12 October 2016|
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Response from Victor_Vij | Reviewed this property |
Nope, park at your risk or go to nearby commercial street - kamraj road and then pay for parking.