Cheap Flights to Bangalore, India

Bangalore – Silicon Valley of India

Bangalore, capital of Karnataka state in India is considered to be the IT hub of India and is nicknamed as Silicon Valley of India. The city is also generally referred to as Bengaluru and has population of around 8.42 million with metropolitan population being a little more at 8.52 million. This takes the city to third position in the list of most populated city of India and 5th position in being the most populated urban area of India. Founded on the Deccan Plateau of South India with being 3000 ft (900m) above the sea level, the city is said to be on the highest elevation amongst all the other major cities of India. The airport by the name of Kempegowda International Airport is located near the area of Devanahalli about 40 km away from the center of the city and was previously referred to as the Bengaluru International Airport. The tourists can book flights to Bangalore from almost any country as the city caters for almost all the international airlines.

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As per the census reported compiled in the year of 2011, demographic information of Bangalore came with following details:

  • Out of total population of Bangalore, 79.4% of it were Hindu (almost same as that of National average) with Muslims making 13.4%, Christians being 5.8% and Jains accounting for only 1.1%.
  • The rate of literacy hangs somewhere around 89%.
  • On the other hand only 10% of the Bangalore population resides in the slum area that is much lower when compared with other cities in the developing world including Mumbai with 50%, Nairobi with 60%.

As per the records of National Crime Records Bureau, Bangalore accounts for 8.5% of crimes committed in 35 main cities of India.


Peak & Off Season

Bangalore climate throughout the year is perfectly pleasant to visit. It faces tropical savanna climate with specific dry and wet spell of weather. Although at times heat waves can make summers extremely hot, the weather throughout the year remains neutral due to its high elevation above the sea level. The coolest month of the year is January while April is referred to as the hottest month of the year. The highest recorded temperature of Bangalore is 39.2 °C on 24th April 2016 while the minimum recorded temperature is 7.8°C in the year of January 1884.

Kempegowda International Airport

City of Bangalore is served by the International airport of the name of Kempegowda International Airport expanded over land worth 4,000 acres. The airport is located about 40 km in Northern direction from the city and near a village called Devanahalli in the state of Karnataka. The airport is operated and controlled fully by the BIAL (Bangalore International Airport Limited) which is a corporation of both private and public. The airport was incepted and opened in the year of May 2008 as a substitute of the original International airport for both commercial and business movement – HAL Airport. The airport is named in the honor of founder of Bangalore – Kempe Gowda 1 and offers multitude of facilities in order to fulfill all the needs of the passengers. Some of these facilities are:

  • VIP lounges are available for the passengers to relax and wait in style and luxury for their flight to connect with the airport
  • Buggy services are offered in two places in the airport for smooth movement of senior citizen, parents with young toddlers and babies and other passengers needing assistance in movement due to medical emergency.
  • Passengers can access free Wi-Fi service as soon as they land in the airport or while waiting to board their flights throughout the airport.
  • By Conglomerating with esteemed Plaza premier Lounge, the airport facilitates its passengers with a day hotel to spend time before boarding for their flight.

Airlines Landing on Kempegowda International Airport

The Kempegowda International Airport caters for both international and domestic airlines throughout the country and across the world. The airport connect the Bangalore city with other countries of the world by allowing top range airlines to land in its airport and caters for the foreign passengers with swift and sophisticated services. Domestic connectivity within the country with other cities of India is also quite extensive and the airline networks with all the major cities and most of the lesser known cities as well. Airlines landing in the airport along with their dedicated destinations are as follows:

Air Arabia – Sharjah

Air Costa – Ahmadabad, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Tirupati, Vijayawada, Visakhapatnam

Air France – Paris–Charles de Gaulle

Air India – Chennai, Delhi, Dubai–International, Goa, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Malé, Mumbai, Muscat, Pune, Thiruvananthapuram

Air India Regional – Agatti, Hubli, Kochi

Air Mauritius – Mauritius

AirAsia – Kuala Lumpur–International

AirAsia India – Chandigarh, Delhi, Hyderabad, Goa, Guwahati, Jaipur, Kochi, Pune, Visakhapatnam

British Airways – London–Heathrow

Cathay Dragon – Hong Kong

Emirates – Dubai–International

Etihad Airways – Abu Dhabi

GoAir – Delhi, Goa, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Nagpur, Patna, Port Blair, Pune, Ranchi

IndiGo – Agartala, Ahmadabad, Bhubaneswar, Chandigarh, Chennai, Dehradun, Delhi, Dubai–International, Goa, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Imphal, Indore, Jaipur, Kochi, Kolkata, Lucknow, Mumbai, Nagpur, Patna, Pune, Raipur, Ranchi, Srinagar, Thiruvananthapuram, Vadodara, Varanasi, Visakhapatnam

Jet Airways – Abu Dhabi, Chandigarh, Chennai, Coimbatore, Colombo (begins 5 January 2017),[51] Delhi, Goa, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Imphal, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Jorhat, Kochi, Kolkata, Madurai, Mangalore, Mumbai, Nagpur, Pune, Rajkot, Singapore, Thiruvananthapuram

Kuwait Airways – Kuwait

Lufthansa – Frankfurt

Malaysia Airlines – Kuala Lumpur–International

Nepal Airlines – Kathmandu

Oman Air – Muscat

Qatar Airways – Doha

Saudia – Jeddah, Riyadh

SilkAir           – Singapore

Singapore Airlines – Singapore

SpiceJet – Ahmadabad, Amritsar, Belgaum, Chennai, Coimbatore, Delhi, Goa, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Kochi, Kolkata, Kozhikode, Mangalore, Mumbai, Pune, Srinagar, Varanasi, Vijayawada

SriLankan Airlines – Colombo

Thai AirAsia – Bangkok–Don Mueang

Thai Airways International – Bangkok–Suvarnabhumi

Tigerair – Singapore

TruJet – Goa, Hyderabad, Rajahmundry

Vistara – Delhi, Guwahati, Kolkata, Mumbai

Fine Dining Options in Bangalore, India

With Bangalore being one of the hot spot cities for aromatic food, the city does not lack in the restaurant department at all. Most of the restaurants have received more than 3 star rating by both locals as well as the tourists of both Indian and foreign nationality. The ambience, décor, warm staff along with perfectly cooked food by experienced chefs of different variety makes for a healthy breakfast, scrumptious lunch and relaxing dinner. Certain restaurants have also got featured in the top choice list for specific cuisines as voted by the local as well as tourist customers. Some of these restaurants are mentioned below to ensure that you do not miss out on your favorite food in what could be your favorite restaurant in Bangalore in future:

  • Seafood

    • Karavalli
    • With distance of about 500 km from the Arabian Sea, it is no wonder Bangalore is heaven for seafood lovers. With best option of Seafood in the Karavalli restaurant this place is just what you expect when you walk in to savor some of the best quality of Seafood for relaxing lunch or dinner time. The ambience of the place is enhanced by the mismatch décor of vintage wood with brassware and thatched roof. On nice warm days customers can opt for garden seating to go with their spicy fish delicacies and the ever famous Lobster balchao dish of just Rs. 1495.
      • Price: Starting From Rs. 500 to Rs 600 for Main Course
      • Timing: From 12:30 pm to 3 pm & 6:30 pm to 11 pm
  • Asian

    • Fatty Bao
    • When you say Asian cuisine, there is only one place that local Bangalorean will recommend – The Fatty Bao. This restaurant situated above on the roof top giving off mesmeric view of Bangalore as the customers here enjoy Asian hawker delicacies with dynamic ambience of colorful chairs and wooden tables. The menu is filled with myriad range of dishes ranging from Thai curries and ramen to street food of Malaysia accompanied with Asian influenced cocktails and mock-tails like Lemongrass Mojitos. Customers can end their enjoyable evening by landing in the ever famous Monkey Bar just below the place.
      • Price: Starting From Rs 380 to Rs 650
      • Timing: From 11:00 am to 3:30 pm & from 7:00 pm to 11:00 pm

Spell Binding Experiences in Bangalore, India

Bangalore offers much exciting opportunities in terms of tourists activities like walking through the art galleries and exploring the museums set up within the city to get you acquainted with old heritage and culture of the city. Tourists can also visit gardens, temples and palaces that were home to some incredible royal families of Bangalore. Another activity that many can opt for is the tours and excursion within and around the city that helps to get in touch with old culture followed in the old medieval era of India. Almost all the tours are guided by locals who are experienced and knowledgeable about all things Bangalore and its surrounding. Some of these tours are illustrated below for your perusal.

  • 2-Night Hampi and Hospet Tour from Bangalore:

    This excursion of 2 nights to a tour of Hampi and Hospet accompanied with an expert guide having extensive knowledge regarding the tow places in an AC vehicle from the city of Bangalore. The place of Hampi is included in the list of Heritage Site of UNESCO for its incredible structure having significant importance from the perspective of Indian archeology located amongst the boulder-strewn countryside scene. Both the sights – Hampi & Hospet, are filled to brim with incredible temples structured with various stones having intriguing designs. They both are known mostly for being the ruin sight of cultural city of Vijayanagara in the medieval era.

    • Duration: 3 days
    • Price: Starting From $ 255
    • Itinerary
      • Day 1: Bangalore – Hospet / Hampi (330 km – 7/8 hrs approx)
      • Day 2: Hospet and Hampi [B]
      • Day 3: Hospet/Hampi – Bangalore (330 km – 7/8 hrs approx)
  • 3-Day Wayanad Tour from Bangalore:

    Take the opportunity to visit the mesmeric Wayanad in just 3 days including heart pumping trekking through Edakkal Caves, walking via Tholpetty Wildlife Sanctuary, relaxing and visiting the Banasura Sagar Dam and Pookot Lake. Also make a trip to the plantation sight named Spice Plantation and to view point as well as other touristy spots. The transfer from and to Bangalore will be completed in a sedan cab and accommodation is generally done in a deluxe home-stay in Wayanad’s coffee plantation sight.

    • Duration: 3 days
    • Price: Starting From $150
    • Itinerary
      • Day 1: Pickup and Travel to Wayanad
      • Day 2: Sightseeing of Wayanad
      • Day 3: Sightseeing of Wayanad and Travel Back to Bangalore

Essential Information

Utilities Status
Free Wi-Fi Yes
Wheel Chair Availability No
Currency Exchange Yes
Fine Dining Yes
Baggage Locker Yes
City Guide Yes
Prepaid Booth (TAXI) Yes
Terminal Interchanging Facility No
Domestic Flights Connectivity Yes
Privilege Lounge Yes
One Day Shelter Yes
Local Transport Yes
Apartments Rent Starting from Rs.5,000 / week
Beer Rs. 95.33/ 0.5l (INR)
Mineral Water Rs. 29.06 / 1.5l (INR)
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