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Bangalore is the largest city in Karnataka and is also one of Asia's fastest growing metropolises. The name Bangalore was derived from the native name Bengaluru, which in turn is an adaptation of the earlier name in Kannada 'Benda Kaalu Uru' (The town of boiled beans). Bangalore is also called by several other names such as Garden City of India, Silicon Valley of India, Pub City etc. Bangalore enjoys a mild climate all year round.Bangalore has a lot interesting places to offer. Few major attractions are: Lalbagh,Vidhana Soudha,Cubbon Park,Bannerghatta National Park,ISKCON Temple,Bangalore Palace,M.G Road,Bull Temple,Tipu's Fort,Ulsoor Lake,Vishvesvaraya Industrial and Technological Museum,Venkatappa Art Gallery and Government Museum,Shiva Temple. Bangalore is famous for Sandalwood carving and silk sarees but also has a range of options for shoppers. Bangalore has variety of public transportation such as buses, autos and taxis. BookCab offers special car rental packages for city travel. There are various types of cabs for hire ranging from Tata Indica to Mercedes Benz for your specific needs to travel within Bangalore. Explore the beauty of Bangalore by renting a cab with BookCab, BookCab also provides taxi service from Bangalore International airport to anywhere in Bangalore and other nearby destinations. Bookcab specializes in providing taxi services for outstation holidays from Bangalore. Booking a cab for your weekend getaways from Bangalore is now easy with BookCab.
Chennai, formerly known as Madras, is the capital city of the Indian state of Tamil Nadu, located on the Coromandel Coast
of the Bay of Bengal. Chennai is the fifth most populous city in India.With its historic landmarks and buildings,
long sandy beaches, cultural and art centers and parks,Chennai offers many interesting locations to visitors.
One of the most important tourist attraction of Chennai is actually in the neighbouring town of Mahabalipuram with its ancient
temples and rock carvings of the 7th century Pallava kingdom.
The 15 km long and 400 to 500 meter wide Marina Beach features the Light House, memorials, statues, walkways, gardens and drives alongside the beach front.Tamil and Indian culture and tradition is on display in several art galleries and cultural centers. Valluvar Kottam is an auditorium in memory of the poet-saint Thiruvalluvar. It also has a 101-feet high temple chariot structure. Kalakshetra, a centre for the revival of Indian art and crafts - especially the dance form of Bharatnatyam.The most famous temple in Chennai is the Kapaleeshwarar temple in Mylapore. The Thousand Lights Mosque is one of the largest mosques in the country and is a revered place of worship for Muslims. South of the city, along the East Coast Road, is an important centre for herpetological research called the Madras Crocodile Bank Trust, which houses several fresh-water and salt-water crocodiles, alligators, gharials, and also turtles and snakes.