Visitors can tour Mysuru via Ambaari service from today | Mysuru News – Times of India


MYSURU: Mysuru will have another tourist attraction — Ambaari, an open double-decker bus city ride on the lines of London Big Bus — that will take visitors to the city’s important landmarks, tourist destinations and historic places, on wheels.
Tourism minister CP Yogeeshwar will inaugurate the initiative at a hotel on MG Road on Tuesday.
The bus service will start from Hotel Mayura – Hoysala and pass through DC’s office, Crawford Hall, Kukkarahalli Lake, University of Mysore, Folklore Museum, Ramswamy Circle, around Mysuru Palace, Mysuru Zoo, Karanji Lake, Sangolli Rayana Circle, Chamundi Vihar Stadium, St Philomena’s Church, Bannimantap, railway station and back to starting point.
Buses will be run once every half an hour. The cost of each ride per person is Rs 250. The project is expected to boost local tourism. Multiple delays in the past had disappointed both tourists and tourism stakeholders.
A similar service will be started in Hampi too. The government had sanctioned Rs 5 crore for six Ambaari buses – four to Mysuru and two to Hampi during 2019-20 budget. KSTDC will operate buses in these two cities.
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