Join us in the heart of the world’s next global tech hub.
Welcome to Bengaluru, the Garden City of India.
Leading investors, CEOs and founders of industry heavyweights, international major media and the word’s most promising startups will come together for two days of legendary networking for SURGE.
Bengaluru City Central Library
Home to over 50,000 books, the library deserves a visit for its distinctive scarlet structure alone. It’s officially named after Diwan K Seshadri Iyer – considered by many as “the maker of modern Bengaluru”.
Cubbon Park Gardens
Cubbon Park offers half a square mile of sprawling greenery, historic monuments and the perfect place to get away from the buzz of the city. Be sure to check out the Garden City’s most famous garden.
The province of Karnataka’s law-makers sit in Vidhana Soudha, one of Bengaluru’s most elegant buildings. The building is illuminated on Sundays, so save your visit for then.
Comprising some of the world’s biggest multinationals like 3M, Biocon, Hewlett-Packard, Genpact, Infosys and Siemens, Electronics City is India’s largest tech park. Its presence in Bengaluru was instrumental in the city earning the name the ‘Silicon Valley Of India’.
Lalbagh Botanical Gardens
Lalbagh Botanical Gardens boasts India’s biggest collection of tropical plants and is considered one of Bengaluru’s major tourist attractions. The gardens are famous for their glass house nicknamed ‘The Jewel of the Garden City’.
Skyye is a 16th-storey rooftop bar in UB City’s Canberra block. Take in some of the best views of Bengaluru in one of the city’s slickest nightspots and sample Skyye’s pan-Asian, European, South American and Middle Eastern cuisine.
UB City is a luxury mall and home to brands like Rolex and Burberry. Five blocks within the complex named UB Tower, Kingfisher Plaza, Concorde, Canberra and Comet combine to give the feel of a city within a city.