Discover Mysore: Top 5 Places to Visit with Our Mysore Tour Package

Discover Mysore: Top 5 Places to Visit with Our Mysore Tour Package

Top 5 Places to Visit with Our Mysore Tour Package

About Mysore:  also known as Mysuru or Sandalwood city. It is located at the bottom of Chamundi hills. It has been the residence of many Kings. It is recognized as the cleanest city among 476 other cities in India. It plays a very important role When it comes to Karnataka Tourism, people also search for Mysore Tour Package. The city has a rich history since it was ruled  by the Wadiyar dynasty for over six centuries contributing to its culture and architectural heritage. People in and around Mysore extensively use Kannada as a medium of language. The city is located between 2 rivers : The Kaveri river that flows through the north and Kabini river, a tributary of the kaveri that flows through the south. Dasara is celebrated as the state festival of Karnataka. It is celebrated for 10 days which was originally introduced by King Raja Wodeyar I in 1610. On the ninth day which is called Mahanavami, a royal sword is worshiped and taken on a procession of decorated horses, camels and elephants. Lastly, the tenth day called Vijayadashami, a traditional procession called Jumbo Savari is held on the streets of Mysore which basically falls in the month of September/ October.  


Post Covid crisis, Mysore palace recorded the highest footfall of 5,49,452 tourists during May 2023 which is one of the all time high figures for the month in recent years. C. Narayana Gowda of Hotel Owners’ Association said the overall turnover in the tourism sector for 2022-23 was encouraging while the first two months – April and May – of the financial year 2023-24 saw robust tourist traffic. The completion of the Bengaluru-Mysuru Expressway has also contributed to the rise in tourism traffic and this is expected to increase further in the upcoming years.

Top 5 places to visit in Mysore

  1. Mysore palace: 
Mysore Palace

also known as Amba Vilas palace. It is one of the most visited monuments of India. It is a magnificent example of Indo Indo-Saracenic architecture and grandeur of the Wodeyar dynasty. Initially it was the official residence of the Wadiyar dynasty and the seat of the Kingdom. The palace was built by the Royal family in the early 14th Century. Initially was built in wood and was destroyed by light, once by Tipu Sultan and lastly by fire. Finally the palace was re-constructed and designed by a British Architect. The palace is a 3 storey structure with a series of intricately designed domes, arches and pillars. During the 10 day Dasara festival the palace gets illuminated by thousands of bulbs. It is a mesmerizing view to see.

Important details to be noted while your visit to the palace. 

  • Entrance Timings and fee: Every day from 10.00 AM To 5.30 PM. Tickets for (Indian / Foreign) Adults Rs 70 / head. Children above 10 years and below 18 years Rs 30 / head.
  • ILlumination Timings: Sundays & PUblic holidays from 7.00 PM – 8.00 PM
  • Sound and Light Show at the palace – all days except Sundays and Govt. Holidays. It is 45 min sound and light show performed at 7PM & 8PM on weekdays (Monday – wednesday in Kannada and Thursday – Saturday in English)

2- Tipu Sultan Summer Palace and Museum:

Tipu Sultan Summer Palace and Museum on Mysore tour package

The palace was constructed in Indo islamic Style. It is also known as Daria Daulat and is located in Srirangapatna. If someone is interested in history and architecture this place  should be on the must visit list. It served as the summer residence of Tipu sultan and his family. It is a two storey building which is built entirely of teak wood. There is a museum on the first floor which has a rich collection of artifacts related to the life and reign of Tipu Sultan from authentic weapons and jewelry to everyday objects of his family. Also there are paintings which depict the life events of Tipu and his Father also various events, battles and portraits. The museum’s gem is a replica of Tipu’s Tiger toy. It is a mechanical construction depicting a tiger killing a British soldier. The original version is kept in the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. The palace is 25km from the city of Mysore. The palace is open every day from 8.30 am to 5.30 PM. The entry is Rs. 20 for Indian Citizens and $2.50 for foreign visitors.

3- Sri Chamundeshwari Temple:

It is Hindu temple which is dedicated to Goddess Chamundeshwari, a form of Goddess Durga. ‘Chamundi’ or ‘Durga’ is the fierce form of ‘Shakti’. The Goddess is believed to be an incarnation of Parvati, the consort of Lord Shiva. A large number of devotees from all over the country and from abroad visit the temple every year. They believe that the Goddess fulfills their desires and aspirations.She is the slayer of demons, ‘Chanda’ and ‘Munda’ and also ‘Mahishasura’, the buffalo-headed monster. The temple attracts a large number of tourists throughout the year especially during festivals when special rituals and celebrations take place. The temple is 3,489 feet tall and is visible when you are traveling towards Mysore. Darshana and Pooja Timings: 7.30 a.m to 2.00 p.m and 3.30 p.m to 6.00 p.m. Sri Chamundeshwari Temples are declared as NO PLASTIC ZONE. Devotees are requested not to bring the plastic carry bags and not throw the plastic wastes in the hill area. Is it preferred to be dressed in Indian attire during your visit to the temple. Entry fee for Darshanam is Rs.30 and Special entry is Rs.100

4- Mysore Zoo:

known as Sri Chamarajendra Zoological Gardens. It is one of the oldest zoos in India and home to more than 168 species. It also completed 100 years in 1992. Summer holidays, Dasara festival and New year are considered to be peak seasons for the Zoo. It is the only Zoo which has Gorillas in India. Zoo is also useful for education, research and animal protection and conservation. Plastic carry bags, irrespective of thickness and size, plastic plates, cups, tumblers, spoons, forks or straws are prohibited. The entry fee for adults is Rs.100 and children between (5-12 years) is Rs.50.

5- Brindavan Gardens:

Extended over 60 acres of land the Brindavan Garden Mysore is laid in three terraces. The slopes of the Garden are planted with ornamental plants and bougainvillea. Lawns, flower beds, open spaces, shades, are all available in this public park. The most attractive feature remains the musical fountains that are laid in the garden with multi colored effects. This is a historic attraction of the Indian state of Karnataka. This is a treat to the eye. Musical ballet as it is wonderfully referred at times is the most appropriate word to define it.


It is 18km from the City and the garden is located at the bottom of KRS(KrishnaRaja Sagara Dam). The objective behind constructing the Dam was to provide drinking water to the people of Mysore/ nearby areas, use it for irrigation purposes, and supply water to the hydro electric power station at Shivanasamudra. The dam is 8600 feet in length and 130 feet in height.It resembles the Shalimar Garden of Kashmir . Inside Brindavan one can explore a beautiful Garden, Multi terrace structure, Children park, Nursery, Lake and Boating, Musical Fountain. Garden is open from 8 AM to 9 PM.  Ticket sales close 30 min before closing time. Musical fountain runs after sunset, 6.30 PM and 7.30 PM (weekdays), 8.30 PM (weekends). It is recommended to visit just before sunset hours – around 4 to 5 PM, explore the gardens in daylight, and witness the musical fountain after sunset.

Taste and Tour: Discover Mysore’s Best Foods with Our Mysore Tour Package

1- Mysore Pak: Sweet like Fudge

A dessert made from gram flour, ghee, and sugar. Originating from the royal kitchens of Mysore, this rich and decadent sweet treat is often served during festivals and special occasions.

2- Mysore masala Dosa:

Mysore dosa is crispy, with red-rust marks on the outside and spongy and softer on the inside. Mysoreans (also known as Mysoorinavaru) also spread some red chili and garlic chutney on the inside before adding the potato filling.

3- Shavige Bath:

Shavige Bath Mysore Famous Dish

Its breakfast dish is often served cold. It’s a mixture of vermicelli noodles with vegetables and nuts. One can try with coconut chutney as well.

4- Mysore Churumuri:

its a famous street food.  Mysore churumuri tastes surprisingly fresh and zingy. It is made of  puffed rice with various spice, but the addition of chopped onion, coriander, carrots and cucumber transform it from a rather dry snack into more of a popping taste explosion.

5- Bisibelebath

Bisibelebath Mysore tour Package

a traditional bisibelabath contains up to or even over thirty different items. It’s a rice based dish, possibly of royal origin from the Mysore Palace, that today forms a staple of the Mysore food scene.

6- Bonda:

The Mysore version is typically aloo bonda, which is made from mashed potato, and traditionally served with piping hot tea. Coconut chutney and a small bowl of sambar.

Purchasing a Mysore tour package  is more than just a destination; it’s an experience, a journey into the rich tapestry of history, culture, and cuisine that makes this city truly unique. Experience the magic of Mysore tour package create memories that will last a lifetime. Whether you’re a history buff, a foodie, or simply seeking adventure, Mysore has something for everyone”. For more details regarding the Mysore or package related queries please do contact or drop an email.

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