Begur is one of the hot-spot of Bangalore and is a Tourist attraction. It covers an area of 18.8 sq. km and is located off Bangalore-Hosur Highway. The region was a prominent locality during the reign of Chola Kingdom. The region is popular for historical monuments and temples. It has a 1300 years old ancient tank and an alluring temple, Naganatheshwara temple. In the bosom of the annihilated old fortress lies another temple as well.
The region is popular for the ancient temples and shrines. The temples are located at a distance between 1-2 km. It possesses hundreds of years old temple with idol of Lord Shiva. The Bengur Temple is about 3.6 km from Begur Road from the Bommanahalli junction on Hosur Road. The region also has Begur lake which is a habitat for lotus flowers and other aquatic plants.
The region is a tourist attraction center as it has an easy access from any part of the city. The region has a proper transportation facility.