Cubbon Park is a vast expanse of greenery right in the heart of the city’s administrative area, this Garden gets Bengaluru the name ‘Garden City’. The park was once called as Meade’s park and then changed to Cubbon park after the longest serving commissioner of that time Sir Mark Cubbon. It was later renamed as Chamarajendra Park after the King ChamarajaWodeyar under whose period the park was totally established. This park is a wonderful collage of thick forest patches amidst lush lawns and rocky monuments. Comfortably motor able roads snake through the park along with lanes of walkers’ path. This haven of green in the middle of hustles of the city is a nature lovers’ and walkers’ paradise.