Bangalore weather is favorable throughout the year, which makes it a tourist attraction in India. Bangalore temperature rises up to 38℃ (100℉) decently warm summer and drops to 10℃ (50℉) during winter with fog-filled early mornings. Being in the southern part of India, monsoon hits early between June to August with an average rainfall up to 970 mm and a humid filled temperature up to 25℃ (77℉).
Bangalore weather is very peaceful and pleasant during winters that start from the end of November and lasts till February. On an average temperature range between 12 to 31℃ (53 to 87℉). An excellent time to explore the city with numerous options like Bangalore Palace (4.2/5 star), Bannerghatta Biological Park (4.2/5 star), Cubbon Park (4.4/5 star) are recommended to visit.
Bangalore climate being generous leads us to try out outfits on our own. Best clothes to wear in Bangalore in winter are jackets, shrugs, sweaters, woolen cardigans, thermals, sweatshirts, long overcoats.
Tip: Trip to Bangalore in the winter season can be a bit cold than usual season, so do not forget to carry woolen clothes.
Men can try out some cool and trendy cotton printed shirts to comfort heat and shorts or tracks with t-shirts, chinos with loafers, sunglasses, hats, etc. whereas women are pooled with plenty of options from tank tops, maxis, palazzo pants, kurtis, leggings along with sneakers, sandals, and sunglasses are best and comfortable to carry.
Tip: Stay in central business districts to avoid getting stuck in traffic jams.
Some of the famous and beautiful places to visit during monsoon are Nandi Hills (4.4/5 star), Skandagiri (4/5 star) and Savandurga (3.8/5 star). Water-resistant jackets, sneakers, shorts, tracksuits are some of the best outfits for men. Women can try shorts, knee-length skirts, capris along with sneakers. Also, they can carry sunglasses and umbrellas during their travel.
Tip: Never forget to check the monsoon forecast while planning for trek for any unpredictability showers. in the night. Few times rain causes a flood-like situation in some cities. While desertic areas remain dry most of the time, in monsoon, you can visit the Statue of Unity, Gira Waterfalls, Dandi Beach, Wilson Hills, Taranga Jain Temple, Parnera, Valsad, Saputara, etc. While travelling, avoid wearing floor touch dresses. It is more recommended to wear dresses that can dry quickly after becoming wet, such as silk, synthetic and semi cotton clothes. You can wear dark colour pants of 3/4th length, t-shirts, skirts. Also, keep rubber sandals and flip-flops with you.