Home to technology, heavy and light industries, along with a fantastic services industry- Bangalore attracts travelers who visit for both work and pleasure. Its reputation as India’s tech central is undisputed. Along with this rapid rise in industry is the genesis of smaller, almost self-sufficient cities dotted around the capital. Experience this first-hand at the industrial city of Doddaballarpur, one hour away from Bangalore.
Doddaballarpur is one of the largest silk producers in India and has also transformed into a thriving hub of industries, with large apparel parks for multiple national and international garments factories. Additionally, it is the site of the billion-dollar BIAL IT Investment Region, the largest IT region in India and one of the largest infrastructure projects in Karnataka's history.
However, the city isn’t just all work and no play. Located remarkably close to short getaways, Doddaballarpur gives you a head start to these destinations, compared to those schlepping across from Bangalore!
Indulge the adventurer in you with a refreshing trek to Makalidurga. The night treks at Makalidurga are immensely popular, as are activities like trekking, rappelling, and rock climbing. If that sounds too stressful, simply stop and look at the scenic landscape. Makalidurga is perfect for family getaways, a good time with friends, or corporate off-sites.
History and architecture enthusiasts, make your way to the Devanhalli Fort. First constructed in the year 1501 by Mallabaire Gowda, the fort remained in the care of his descendants until the 18th century. It was later occupied by stalwarts like Hyder Ali and Tipu Sultan. The house in which Tipu and Hyder Ali lived still stands to date.
Travel to the gorgeous Hulukadi Betta and hike to the top of its famous hill. Inside the hill is a cave with a temple of Veerabhadra Swamy. You will be welcomed by one of the prettiest hiking trails, with lakes surrounding the hill from all sides. Watching the sunrise or sunset here is a magical experience.
The Ghati Subramanya Kannada is an ancient Hindu temple near Tubagere, Doddaballapur. The temple’s distinguishing feature is in how the prime deity Lord Karthikeya is found together with Lord Narasimha.
Visit Bhoga Nandeeshwara Temple to see the convergence of five different dynasties and their architectural styles into one stone temple. Located at the foot of Nandi Hills, it was first built in the 9th Century by Bana King, Vidyadhara, and Queen Ratnavali in Dravidian architecture. The temple was later expanded by the Gangas, Cholas, Hoysalas, and the Vijayanagara kings.
The Experience Of OYO Hotels In Doddaballarpur
OYO hotels in Doddaballarpur offer services across the spectrum such as free Wi-Fi, AC and non-AC rooms, running cold and hot water, 24-hour room service, complimentary breakfasts, along with conference rooms to Banquet Halls and in-house restaurants.
Whether you’re traveling for business or pleasure, OYO residences are your home-away-from-home.
The OYO hotels in Doddaballarpur provide essential amenities and guarantee a safe, comfortable stay.
The hotels are located close to restaurants, cafes, and places of interest around the city. Couples traveling together are welcome at the OYOs in Doddaballarpur.