Luxury Villa Living: A Guide to Our Resort’s Lavish Villas and Exclusive Amenities
While you indulge in the luxuries offered to you at Signature Club Resort
step out for a short trip and visit some exciting places around!
Shree Nakoda Avati 108 Parshwanath Jain temple is a beautiful temple located on the outskirts of Devanahalli. Situated about 30kms from Hebbal, Bangalore, the Jain Temple is visible from the main road. It is a sight to see with its beautiful and magnificent architecture.
Tipu’s point is one of the region’s famous historic sites which is a cliff face at an elevation of 600 metres. According to historians, this place was the sentencing point where the convicts were pushed down to their death. The site is situated on the top of Nandi hill and provides a beautiful view of the surrounding hilly ranges. The location is a scenic wonder and a must-visit for lovers of nature. This place offers a sense of peace and happiness away from the city’s hustle.
Devanahalli Fort, known for its historical significance and archaeological brilliance, is located 35 km north of Bangalore City. The fort is a living example of the royal families, and the massive battles fought and won. It was once the birthplace and residence of the great warrior Tipu Sultan. The building spreads over a vast area of 20 acres and is primarily made of stone and mortar. The fort manages to retain its grandeur and glory which makes it an ideal place to visit.
BHOGA NANDEESHWARA TEMPLE
Bhoga Nandeeshwara is a Hindu temple located in the village of Nandi, at the base of Nandi Hills, Chikkaballapur district Karnataka and is dedicated to Lord Shiva. The temple is a splendid example of Dravidian Architecture. For the city dwellers of Bangalore, it’s a perfect weekend getaway amidst lush forests and the hills.
YOGA NANDEESHWARA TEMPLE
Yoga Nandeeshwara temple is one of the prime attractions of Nandi Hills that cannot be missed. The Cholas built the temple during their period. The temple’s principal deity is Lord Shiva. It is located on top of a hill, and the two Dwarapalakas in their grandeur guard the temple gate. The site is magnificent in its architecture and has intricate carvings worth admiring.