Bangalore and Kottayam are located at a distance of 0Kms from each other. Kottayam can be reached in about .SRS Travels operates close to 0 buses from Bangalore to Kottayam. The first bus starts from and you can catch buses till . Minimum fare for bus travel along this route is Rs.0, and the maximum fare is close to Rs.0.
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Bangalore is the capital of Karnataka. It is one of the fastest growing multi-ethnic cities of Asia. It is home to some of the most important industries of the country, especially the Information Technology industry and biotechnology industry. Due to the presence of a large number of IT companies, Bangalore is often called the 'Silicon Valley' of India. Bangalore houses some of India's leading organizations like ISRO, DRDO and the like. Bangalore is also a famous educational hub in the southern part of India. Bangalore, renamed as Bengaluru, is gifted with a pleasing climate. It has many gardens & parks, natural lakes, and other attractions. It offers a judicious mix of tradition and modernity. Bangalore enjoys great connectivity with all the important cities of the world. It is well connected with the nearby cities and towns by roadways. Buses are available to cities like Chennai, Mangalore, Coimbatore, Trivandrum, Kochi, Hyderabad and Pune among others.
Kottayam is one of the major cities in Kerala. It is an important trading centre of spices and commercial crops, particularly rubber. Kottayam is situated in the basins of the Meenachil River and the Vembanad backwaters. The name Kottayam was derived from the words kotta (fort) and akam (inside), which together means "the inside of the fort". It is home to the print media of Kerala, and pioneer in modern education. Kottayam is the first municipality to attain cent percent literacy in India. The city is popularly called "Akshara Nagari (City of Alphabets) due to its contributions to Malayalam print media and literature. Kottayam played its part in the social and national movements for the uplift of people. The famous Vaikom Satyagraha in 1924 against untouchability led by Mahatma Gandhi took place in Vaikom near Kottayam. It marked the revival of the social and economic status of the depressed classes.
i am satisfied with the bus quality and panctuality. But i am very sorry to tell one thing about your staff behavier..very very pathetic behavier from the bus staff.i dont know His namename.but i wont forget hi
This bus was an hour late for pick up from Madiwala- When it finally arrived, the driver said the luggage space of the bus was filling up with water (because it was raining) so we had to pile up all of our luggage in the aisle of the bus, leaving no room to walk up and down.. Finally, the bus didnt even go all the way to the promised destination, two passengers I heard later were asked to get off the bus at Kottayam and were given the fare to take a public bus to where they were from about 50 KM away.