Mysuru - An ode to History

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The erstwhile capital of Wodeyar dynasty, Mysuru (formerly known as Mysore) is Karnataka's second-largest city and among the most enchanting cities in South India. Considered to be the cultural capital of Karnataka, this 'City of Palaces' is home to some of the most ornate structures, picturesque gardens, and lakes. It attracts quite a lot of travellers from around the globe for its glittering royal heritage and magnificent monuments. If you want to witness the best of grandeur, then you must plan a trip to Mysuru to see the charm of this heritage city.

Best time to visit Mysuru

Mysuru has pleasant weather throughout the year, making it a year-round destination. Take a look at the various seasons round the year to help you plan your trip better.

  • Summer: Summer in Mysuru lasts from March to May. The temperature remains between 22°C and 39°C and the days are bright and sunny. Evenings are pleasant for sightseeing.
  • Monsoons: Mysuru experiences medium to heavy rains from June to September. It is an ideal time to witness the picturesque greenery. Nights can be colder, so it is advisable to carry a light jacket.
  • Winter: Mysuru witnesses the winter season from October to February. The weather is cold, with the temperature dropping to a minimum of 10°C. If you plan your trip in October, you are likely to see the festivities around Dussehra. 

Most Spoken Languages in Mysuru:

  • Kannada (Official state language)
  • Tamil
  • English 

How to reach Mysuru

  • By air: Mysuru Airport or Mandakalli airport is the city's official airport, located 12 km away from the city center. IndiGo connects Mysuru with Hyderabad, along with seamless connections to other key destinations.
  • By train: Mysuru Junction is the city's central railway station. Mysuru is connected by rail to metropolitan cities like Bengaluru, Chennai, Delhi, and Mumbai. Tippu Express, Shatabdi Express, Swarnajayanthi, and Kaveri Express are some of the popular trains.
  • By bus: Buses ply every 5 minutes between Bengaluru and Mysuru. You can choose between air-conditioned and ordinary KSRTC (Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation) buses which are easy on the pocket and also comfortable.
  • By car: Mysuru lies at an approximate distance of 150 km from Bangalore. A 4-lane highway connects the two cities.  
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Places to visit in Mysuru

Places to eat in Mysuru

Vinayaka Mylari
Vinayaka Mylari

This tiny food joint is among the best places in Mysuru to try local cuisine. Their classic Masala Dosa is a must-try. The combination of Dosa with Sagu, Chutney, and a spoonful of Butter taste amazing. Try to visit the place during weekdays as it is usually packed on the weekends.

Hotel RRR
Hotel RRR

Hotel RRR is always bustling with food lovers, and you may have to wait in a long queue during lunch time. This classic Andhra-style eatery is famous for its Chicken and Mutton Biryani that is served on a banana leaf and thali meals.

Tiger Trail
Tiger Trail

Tiger Trail is an ideal place to have a delicious luxurious meal. Its soothing interiors accentuated with chandeliers, portraits, and Murano-glass mirrors make it quite a beautiful setting to satisfy your gastronomical senses. From Stuffed Parathas to Tangy Lentils to melt-in-your-mouth Desserts, the place has it all.

Depth N Green
Depth N Green

It is one of the few restaurants in Mysuru that serves vegan food. Special care is taken to keep the food fresh and delicious. With calm and serene natural surroundings, the place is perfect to relax and rejuvenate while having delectable food.

Anu's Bamboo Hut
Anu's Bamboo Hut

This place has a huge fan following. Going by its name, this eatery has bamboo walls and ceilings. Here the food is all about traditional vegetarian dishes and their smoothies and desserts are a must-try, including some irresistible dishes made from Bananas.

Oyster Bay
Oyster Bay

As you reach this classy restaurant, you will be smitten by its stylish earthy interiors accentuated with Buddha statues, comfortable seating spaces, and a beautiful pond with lotus flowers. You can't leave the place without trying their Pineapple Raita and Fried Prawns. 


Shopping in Mysuru

Mysuru is synonymous with silk sarees popularly known as Mysuru Silk. It is also famous for a variety of aromatic incense sticks (Agarbattis), Mysuru Pak, Mysuru paintings, Channapatna Dolls, Wooden Toys, Coffee Powder, Rosewood Artefacts, Khadi Cotton and sandalwood products. Shopping in Mysuru is a delightful experience, so here is a look at some of the best shopping spots in the city.

Government Silk Factory: It's a popular attraction among tourists where you can watch the weavers at work, starting from a bundle to a finished saree. The silk here is truly unique in its quality as it comes straight from the loom. The prices are on the higher side as real gold is used for the sarees.

Devaraja Market: If you want to witness Mysuru's local life, then you must visit Devaraja Market. The market is bustling with various activities, and you will get everything from jewellery to clothes to perfumes.

Sandalwood Oil Factory: Here, you can watch the process of manufacturing Sandalwood products. You can shop for different kinds of Sandalwood products such as Sandalwood oils, Agarbattis, soaps, detergents, perfumes, and cosmetics.

Cauvery Arts & Crafts Emporium: If you love cultural artefacts and handicrafts, then Cauvery Arts & Crafts Emporium should be on your shopping list. The place is a storehouse for unique traditional pieces carved out of various materials. Some of the products that you can look for are rosewood inlay, sandalwood carvings, Mysuru paintings, traditional jewellery, and much more.


Where to stay in Mysuru


Suvarna Luxury Home Stay Located close to Mysuru Airport and Mysuru Palace, Suvarna Luxury Home Stay boasts of a sun terrace and a garden. The hotel features a restaurant along with basic amenities like air-conditioned accommodation, Wi-Fi, kitchen, flat-screen TV and more.


Heritage Inn It's a 3-star accommodation offering airport transfers, valet parking, 24-hour front desk, and free Wi-Fi throughout the property. The rooms come with a fitted wardrobe along with other required amenities ensuring a comfortable stay for its guests.


Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel Placed adjacent to the Zoo and Golf Course, Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel is the only luxury hotel in the city. The hotel features an outdoor swimming pool, luggage storage, tour desk, and free parking. It is ideal for travellers due to its proximity to the Airport and tourist spots like St. Philomena's Church, Chamundi Hills.


Lalit Mahal Palace A former palace converted to a 5-star hotel, Lalit Mahal palace is a lavish property featuring a tennis court, billiards, and an outdoor swimming pool. The property is located close to Chamundi Hills and other scenic tourist spots in the city, making it ideal for leisure travellers. Along with being equipped with all necessary amenities, the hotel also has a restaurant that serves Indian, Chinese, and Continental dishes.

More reasons to visit Mysuru

Parks and Gardens: Mysuru boast of 180 parks and playgrounds. Almost all the residential areas have parks such as Ambedkar Park in Jayanagar, Andolan Circle Park, and many more. Locals usually prefer walking in parks located around the lakes such the Kukarahalli Kere. Another beautiful park is Lingabudhi Kere that has a footpath with bamboo forests, and it takes more than 20 minutes to go around the park once. 

Mysuru Zoo: One of the most popular attractions in the city, Mysuru Zoo houses different species of animals from more than 40 countries. There are several native Indian animals such as White Tigers, Royal Bengal Tigers, Himalayan Black Bear, White Peafowl among others. The zoo encompasses Karanji Lake which attracts different species of migratory birds like Painted Storks, Darters and Pelicans. Other attraction in the Mysuru zoo includes a botanical garden with 85 different trees and 35 species of exotic plants.


Places to visit near Mysuru:

Madurai: With a riot of colours, several architectural marvels and intricate statues adorning the walls, Madurai is the place where the essence of Tamil Nadu resides. A quick getaway from Mysuru, Madurai is a fantastic place to stop by and embrace the culture.

Kozhikode: From serene beaches to ancient temples and churches, Kozhikode can be an attractive getaway to explore.

Goa: Goa needs no introduction as it is known as one of the top beach destination in the country. It's one such tourist spot that is on everyone's bucket list. It is also popular as a honeymoon destination across India. From beaches to shacks, beautiful churches to stunning landscapes, Goa is the most chilled out place to visit at any time.

Coimbatore: Known for its textile Industry, Coimbatore has quite a few scenic waterfalls, wildlife reserves, and exquisite temples, that makes it a must-visit in every traveller's list.

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Mysuru is not only about stunning architectures, beautiful lakes, and gardens. The city is also known across the globe for its grand Dasara or Dussehra celebrations. It is not merely an important Hindu festival rather it's a cultural extravaganza that last for ten days. Dasara celebrations in Mysuru date back to the year 1610 with King Wodeyar organising the first one. The highlight of the festival is the colourful procession known as Jamboo Savari that starts from the royal palace and ends at Bannimantap. The procession is a visual treat wherein the idol of Goddess Chamundi is placed on a golden platform over an elephant, along with musicians, dance troupes, folk bands, and various tableaux. The start of the procession is marked by 21-gun salute, following which the procession further moves through the streets of the city. The entire city is decorated up with lights, and the illuminated Mysuru Palace is a sight to behold. Dasara in Mysuru is an experience in itself.

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