Travellers on a trip to Nandi Hills are recommended to visit Nehru Nilaya bungalow that represents the British architectural style. This bungalow was named after the first prime minister of India, Jawaharlal Nehru as he had stayed at this place for some time. The Nehru Nilaya bungalow is an important site as it was the summer retreat for the then Commissioner of Mysore, Sir Mark Cubbon K.C.B. Moreover, Nehru Nilaya was also the venue for the SAARC Summit that took place in the year 1986.
Horticulture department of India has transformed Nehru Nilaya into a guest house. No one can enter inside the building but tourists are given permission to take pictures of the beautiful panoramas of this site. Upon reaching this bungalow, tourists will notice that playing and seating facilities are available for public along the sides of the Nehru Nilaya.