- Get 5.0 % Extra OFF More17:00 Boarding Points Time Boarding Point 17:00 Sulthan Bathery 3h 0m → 20:00 Dropping Points Time Dropping Point 20:00 Gandhi SqureS R S TravelsSRS TravelsScania Multi-Axle A/C Semi Sleeper (2+2) 3.2/5840 Fare Details Rs840 - Semi Sleeper
FAQ about Buses from Sulthan Bathery to Mysore
How many buses are running between Sulthan Bathery to Mysore on the daily basis?
1 buses are running between Sulthan Bathery to Mysore.
When does the first Sulthan Bathery to Mysore bus leaves for the day?
The first bus for Sulthan Bathery to Mysore bus route leaves at 17:00. It is a other bus and fare for this bus is ₹840.
When does the last bus leaves for Mysore from Sulthan Bathery?
The last bus for Sulthan Bathery to Mysore route leaves at 17:00. The ticket price for this other bus is ₹840.
Who are the popular operators on the Sulthan Bathery to Mysore bus route?
Top operators on the Sulthan Bathery to Mysore bus route is SRS Travels .
Sulthan Bathery to Mysore Bus Offers & Promos
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Hotels in Mysore
Popular attractions in Mysore
- Jaganmohan Palace
Fondly nicknamed as the 'City of Palaces', Mysore's architectural beauty revolves around its age old gallant palaces bearing the royal stories of Wodeyar dynasty. Art,culture and heritage dispersed all over Mysore lure art lovers, historians and amateur travellers from round the country. In its list of palaces, Jaganmohan Palace occupies a strikingly important position and is known to attract visitors since its inception.
- Railway Museum
Located on Krishnaraja Sagar Road, the Railway Museum of Mysore is second only after the National Railway Museum, New Delhi. The museum is situated in front of the Central Food and Technology Institute and was set up in the year 1979.
- Mysore Zoo
Another distinguished attraction in the city of Mysore right next to Mysore Palace is Sri Chamarajendra Zoological Gardens, often nicknamed as Mysore Zoo.
- Mysore Palace
Built during 1897-1912, the Mysore Palace dominates the skyline of the district. It was designed by the English architect, Henry Irwin. The Mysore Palace is a three storied structure constructed in the Indo Saracenic style.