Tourist Attractions


Mysore Palace

Situated in the city's heart,the stunning interior displays intricate craftsmanship. One would transcend to the era of Wodeyar dynasty while feasting eyes on the palace’s exclusive design and properties. Read more

Chamundi Hills

It is the identifier of Mysore. It is famous for a temple that was built in the 11th century and has been renovated and turned into a tourist spot. A flight of stairs with 1000 leads to Chamundi Hills that also offers spectacular vistas of the surroundings. Read more

St. Philomena Cathedral

A 200-year old Church, which is also known as St. Joseph’s Church. Built in Gothic Style, the church has a celler where there is a statue of St.Philomena in a reclining posture and a piece of her bone and clothes are kept. Read more

Railway Museum

It is one of the most visited tourist places in Mysore. The museum is situated close to the city’s railway station and serves as a place that exhibits ancient locomotives and carriages. Read more

Melody World Wax Museum

It is one of its kind place in Mysore. There are around 100 life-size wax models and over 300 musical instruments displayed here.


Srirangapatna or Srirangapattana is a historical town in Mandya district of Karnataka. Located around 18km from Mysore, Srirangapatna is among the popular tourist places in Karnataka owing to its cultural, religious and historic importance and also one of the top places to visit in Mysore. The entire town is surrounded by the river Kaveri to form a river island. According to history, Srirangapatna was founded by the rulers of the Ganga dynasty in the 9th century. Read more

Brindavan Gardens

The Brindavan Gardens is a celebrated beauty spot of South India and is world famous for its symmetric design. It is one of the most beautifully laid out terrace gardens in the world. Modeled on the design of the Shalimar Gardens of Kashmir in the Mughal style, the garden is enriched with a number of terraces, parterres, fountains, running and cascading water channels, water chutes, lush green lawns, flower beds, shrubs, and trees. It is around 26km from our venue. Read more

Krishna Raja Sagara Dam

Krishna Raja Sagara Dam, often called as KRS Dam is named after Krishnaraja Wodeyar IV of Mysore. This dam is built over the River Cauvery/Kaveri; near to the conjunction of three rivers namely, Cauvery, Hemavathi & Lakshmana Thirtha and is located 25 km from Mysore City. It is a major source of power and also ensures the power supply to the Shivanasamudra hydroelectric power station. With a length of 3 km, this dam also boasts of being the first irrigation dam of India. What sets this dam apart from other dams are the exceptionally beautiful site and the areas around it. The dam site is bestowed with colorful, stunning and even illuminated gardens, musical fountains and water bodies. The beauty of the site is so riveting that it is often used for shooting movies. Read more