BTM Layout

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BTM Layout
Kuvempunagar
suburb
Nickname(s): BTM
BTM Layout is located in Bengaluru
BTM Layout
BTM Layout
Coordinates: 12°55′N 77°37′E / 12.92°N 77.61°E / 12.92; 77.61Coordinates: 12°55′N 77°37′E / 12.92°N 77.61°E / 12.92; 77.61
Country India
State Karnataka
Metro Bengaluru
Languages
 • Official Kannada
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 560029,560068,560076
Vehicle registration KA-05(1st Stage),KA-51(2nd to 6th Stages)

BTM Layout (an abbreviation of Byrasandra, Tavarekere and Madiwala Layout) (Kannada: ಬಿ ಟಿ ಎಂ ಬಡಾವಣೆ) is a neighbourhood in South Bangalore, Karnataka, India.[1] BTM Layout is also known as Kuvempunagar.

Location[edit]

The area is around 45 km away from Bengaluru International Airport and 15 km away from the Bangalore City Railway station. BTM Layout's proximity to Outer Ring Road, Bangalore, Koramangala, HSR Layout, Bannerghatta Road, J P Nagar and Jayanagar makes it one of the most popular residential and commercial places in Bangalore. The 1st Stage of BTM Layout is separated from the 2nd Stage by the Outer ring road. BTM Layout is noted for its cafés, boutiques, music venues. Its proximity to student residences and the young working people and the variety of restaurants make it a popular venue as an alternative to the city centre.

Economy[edit]

It is one of the high growth neighbourhoods in terms of property prices, showing an annual growth rate of close to 60% in early 2010.[2]

Tourist attractions[edit]

Nearby tourist attractions include Bannerghatta National Park which is approximately 10 km away. Madiwala Lake, Probably the biggest lake in Bangalore which is home to rare Bird species. Shopping Malls.

Nearby educational institutions[3][edit]

  • Buddha Education Society School
  • Green Lawns School Green Lawns School
  • St. Miras High School
  • Mill Sid Public School
  • Nightingales English High School
  • Shanthiniketan Educational Trust and MES PU College
  • Buddha Education Society PU college
  • Indian Institute of Management Bangalore
  • Alliance University
  • AEC Maruti College Of Dental Science And Research Center
  • New. St Florence Public Convent and High School.
  • New Christ Convent And High School

Nearby hospitals[3][edit]

  • Sri Jayadeva Institute of Cardiology
  • Sathyadeep Dental clinic
  • Sagar Apollo Hospital, Bannerghatta road
  • Fortis (formerly Wockhardt) Hospital, Bannerghatta Road
  • Gangothri Hospital, BTM Layout
  • Sparsh Hospital
  • Reddy Orthopedic & General Nursing Home
  • Sri Sai Rama Hospital
  • Spurthy Hospital
  • Apollo Hospitals
  • Karanth Speciality Hospital
  • Life care Hospital(Gangothri circle)
  • St. John's Hospital

Eateries[4][edit]

  • Intalia(Pizza baked in Brick oven)
  • Star Briyani
  • Mirch Masala
  • Ghar Ka Khana
  • Mast Kalandar
  • Beijing Bites
  • Birinz
  • Green Garden
  • Red Basil
  • Pizza barger
  • Flavour mens
  • New Chakle India bhabi
  • Paratha clock
  • Abhiruchi Hotel
  • Hyderabadi Biryani Zone
  • Hyderabad Bwarchi Biryani
  • Swad
  • Just Bake
  • Dominos
  • Gelato Italiano
  • Cafe Coffee Day
  • Shri Shuchi Foods (Uttar Karnataka Foods)
  • A2B Restaurant
  • New Shanti Sagar Restaurant
  • Daana Paani
  • Oak Leaf
  • Faasos
  • Friends Restaurant
  • Disney Bakery (famous for its special Ginger Tea)
  • Gyani da dhaba (No Halal;No Alcohol)
  • Chung-Wah
  • Golmaal paratha
  • Gokul Cafe (Founder of Udupi Garden)
  • Nandi Chats (famous for Dahi Puri)
  • Goli Vada Pav (In BTM 1st stage)
  • Balaji Hotel (famous for Pani Puri)
  • Mc Donalds
  • Subway
  • Marwa
  • Udupi Krishna Vihar
  • Singh punjabi restaurant(taste of punjab)(no alcohol, no halal)

One can also enjoy street food like Dosa, Momos, Vada Pav, Paani-Puri, and Kulfi.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Bangalore South Map". Bangalore Municipal Corporation. Retrieved 17 November 2010. 
  2. ^ "Betting on the south". Deccan Herald (28 October 2010). Retrieved 17 November 2010. 
  3. ^ a b "BTM Layout". Retrieved 14 October 2012. 
  4. ^ "Restaurants in mtb". Retrieved 27 March 2013. 

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