Bengaluru is one of the few metros in the country with an expansive green cover—it is hard for one to miss the many gardens, and joggers’ parks in the city. An adopted home to a large number of people coming from various parts of the country, Bengaluru the IT hub of India has become a preferred destination for various kinds of individuals including college students and IT professionals.
Bengaluru—India’s third-largest city with a population that exceeds 84 lakhs and with a combination of its many tourist places—has also been judged by recent surveys as one of the most live-able metropolitan cities in the country.
Owing to its high elevation, the city enjoys a moderate climate throughout the year. December is the coolest month, with an average low temperature of 15.4°C (the lowest winter temperatures linger around 12°C), while April gets to become the hottest month, with an average high temperature of 36°C (summer temperatures rarely go beyond 37°C). Watch out for rains from August to October, though the heaviest downpour is usually in the month of September, further bringing down the temperature.
Guests are encouraged to carry a sunscreen and light jacket with cotton apparel, which would suffice for the city’s climate throughout the year.