1. Mysore Palace
Built alongside the lovely gardens, Ambavilas palace, known as the Mysore palace, is a lovely sight during day and at night. Once the official residence of the Wadiyar Dynasty, this palace is a spectacular display of Indian history and fine architecture.It is a majestic structure illuminated on Sunday nights and holidays. Thousands of lights show the magnificence of the palace as it shines against the deep night sky.
2 .Brindavan Gardens
Brindavan Gardens is considered the most lovely place in Mysore spread over a large region of approximately 150 acres. The dance fountain here spurts, sways and dances according to the live music played.This enchanting and spectacular water ballet has colored lights and lasers flashing according to the choreography of water, harmonized with burning music. The Brindavan Gardens is easily accessible by road from the town of Mysore. It's located 24 kilometers away and there's a taxi and bus service available to get you there.
3.Night Walk at Mysore
These organized walks (that you can book around the town) start immediately after 7 pm and allow you to enjoy in a peaceful and peaceful way the beauty and serenity of the best sight in Mysore — markets, temples, lakes and landmarks — and all of them during the night, while the town winds.Browse markets and sample street vendors ' food just like a local. This walk is not long or difficult and is finished in about two hours, it is a wonderful way to practice your journey.
4.Night Stay at Kabini river
If you want to be more adventurous, about 90 km from Mysore is a gem of a location to relax and enjoy nature. In the heart of the Elephant Country, this stunning estate with its colonial architecture is located on the southern end of Nagarahole National Park, where elephants, gaurus and deer are regularly spotted.The river lodge consists of 4 Maharaja cottages, 10 cottages, 14 rooms and 6 tents with modern bathroom facilities. Ayurveda treatment can be used at an additional cost.
5. Savandurga Night Trek And Water Activities
The hills of Savandurga are situated some 123 km from Mysore, but are worth visiting. The hill is famous as one of the largest single rock formations in Asia.While trekking in Savandurga, enthusiasts and explorers can climb the hill from either side and spend a few days camping, enjoying the scenery and feeling at one with nature. Savandurga is one of the biggest monolith in Asia.