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Cook & Dine Experience with a local in Bangalore City

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  • This is a unique traditional experience where one can learn & enjoy how to cook a traditional South Indian meal at our home. You will get to enjoy a delicious full course meal of which some items will be prepared by you !

    No prior cooking knowledge needed...Read more

Cooking experience in Bangalore, a half day tour

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  • Cooking experience in Bangalore is a half day tour where you will visit a family in their home in Bangalore to learn and experience authentic  Indian style cooking. The lady of the house will explain to you about the cuisine and its unique ingredients. This will be followed by a cooking demonstration session. Guests will be encouraged to...Read more

Pub Crawl in Bengaluru - A lovely private evening experience with a local

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  • We run our Pub Crawl on philosophy: Drink triple. See double. Act single ;). Unwind your evening with an exciting pub crawl in the heart of Bangalore. We will hop from one pub to another, experiencing the nightlife of the city and taste local beverages and food with lots's of stories associated with them.

    Come and join us for this awesome...Read more

Bengaluru by Tuk Tuk

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  • Riding in a "tuk-tuk" (Autorickshaw) is a fun experience in itself and very unique to Asia. You can hop on and hop off at places of interest. You will be visiting some truly local and significant "Must see" spots along with a few off the guide book spaces that range from ancient temples, gothic churches, crafts markets, artisans, and a beautiful...Read more

Nrityagram - A Unique Indian Dance Village

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  • Nrityagram, with its wonderful ambience and ethnic look, is a unique dance village located about 20 miles away from Bangalore. The village was conceptualized by Protima Gauri Bedi, a prominent Indian dancer. Her idea was to develop a village devoted to teaching dance. In the age old “gurukul” tradition, where students and teachers live...Read more
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