5 Most Crowded Places in Bangalore

Bangalore is one of the famous economic hubs in the region serving three different states. Thus, the city has recorded immigration at a very high rate in the recent past bringing much crowd (employees) to the city.

Majority of the crowded localities are over-populated mainly due to two reasons- either presence of transportation hubs or attractive high-street shopping destinations. This article will quickly take you through some of the most crowded micro-markets in the city. There are many property in Bangalore for living which is assessable to local people.

KR Puram

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KR Puram is a pivot point for transportation with the presence of both rail and bus terminals separated at a nominal distance. Being on the Outer Ring Road, the area attracts a huge traffic flow throughout the day. Moreover, the presence of retail spaces such as Gopalan Mall brings much crowd to the area which creates heavy traffic inflow and outflow resulting in heavy congestion.Reside

Majestic

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Majestic has become a one-stop destination for both inter-city rail and bus terminals along with intra-city bus services. Thereby causing a huge chaos of crowd flowing towards numerous destinations continuously keeping the market live both day and night.

Silk Board

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Silk Board hosts an important road intersection which is equidistant to both the IT corridors of South and East Bangalore along with the residential markets of South and South-East Bangalore. This has resulted in huge chaos of pedestrians interchanging public transportation modes in most of the business days.

Chickpet & KR Market

KR Market is one of the largest wholesale markets of the city dealing in important commodities. While Chickpete adjoining the area is an attractive shopping centre well-known for textiles with variety of designer silk sarees and jewellery. Both these markets are heavily crowded during the weekdays and weekends alike.

Marathahalli

Due to its strategic location coupled with high commercial and retail activities, Marathahalli has carved a niche for itself as one of the most-preferred residential destinations for property in Bangalore and renting apartments.

The area enjoys swift connectivity to the IT corridors towards the South (Kadubeesanahalli and Bellandur) along with ITPL via Outer Ring Road. On the other hand, Old Airport Road gives excellent connectivity to the central areas of the city such as Domlur, HAL market, and Indiranagar.

 

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