Lal bagh or Lalbagh Botanical Gardens, a renowned botanical garden in southern Bengaluru, India. This garden has a splendid glass house, since from 1889. It hosts two annual flower shows on Republic day as well as Independence day. The botanical garden is a house for a few species of birds, a wide range of tropical plants and has a lake, which attracts thousands of tourists every year. One can sight birds like Spotted Owlets, Spotted Pelican, Kingfisher, Indian Cormorant, Spotted kite, Purple Moor Hen, Myna, Parakeets, Common Egret, Crows, Brahminy Kite, Pond Heron, Ducks and many more. The Mughal emperor Hyder Ali decided to create a Mughal Gardens that were so famous during that time. But it was completed by his son the Tipu Sultan. This 240 Acre garden has four gates and in that Northern gate is a wide road that leads to the Glass House and also serves as the primary exit gate. It is well connected by BMTC buses from Kempegowda Bus Station or Shivaji Nagar and all buses towards Jayanagar as well as Banashankari pass through one of the four gates of the Lal bagh. It is also connected by the Greenline of Namma Metro. It is about 4 KM from Majestic, 4 KM from Jayanagar, 7 KM from Shivaji Nagar and 8 KM from Indira Nagar. The garden is well connected with the rest of the city and the suburbs by convenient bus, auto, metro rail and cabs.