The Bangalore Palace, belonging to the Royal family of Mysore, is an aesthetic building built over a hundred years ago, to serve as the accomodation of the young Maharaja of Mysore - Chamarajendra Wodeyar, when he was undergoing academic training under the British.
The palace follows Tudor style architecture, with towers, battlements and turrets. The unique aspect of the palace is the vegetation that has been allowed to grow on the lower half of its walls, offering them a distinct color and design.
The interiors are richly done with decorative arches, stucco designs, chandeliers and paintings. The palace is said to have a floor area of 45,000 square feet and the grounds surrounding it spread over 450 acres, making it one of the most expensive pieces of real estate in Bangalore.
The landscape around the palace is impressive as well, with a nicely curated garden comprsing of trimmed bushes, fountains, lawns, flower beds and carpet beds.