Kasauli's Monkey point is the highest point in the town and is one of the most famous attractions in the place. The Monkey point offers a bird's eye view of the nearby cities of Chandigarh, Kalka, Panchkula and the Sutlej river from this point. On a clear day, visitors can also spot the snow-covered peak of 'Choor Chandni', the highest peak of the Lower Himalayan belt.
Sunset Point in Kasauli is a popular yet very quiet spot to enjoy the sunset, pine-laid landscapes, valleys and sceneries. Nearby the Sunset point is a trail or a path known as the Lover's Lane which is an only more quiet walk through the valleys and some of Kasauli's most calm and breath-taking sceneries.
This is a much-loved exception to the otherwise quiet Kasauli. For a small town that it is, mall road provides flattering options for shopping and eating out. Items like handcrafted shawls, jewellery, and other products can be found here. Tibetian carpets, shoes and sweaters are also famous items here.
Gilbert Trail is an easy hike of 1.5 kilometres. Starting from Kasauli Club, the trail ends at the Air Force Station, close to Sunset Point. The path is wide in the strat and gets narrow after a while. Gilbert Tail is known for its views and different species of birds.
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The Kalka to Shimla route is best travelled by way of the toy train that runs on a narrow-gauge track and is known for its dramatic views of the hills and surrounding villages. The historic Kalka Shimla Toy train is part of the UNESCO World Heritage List and takes individuals on a ride amongst vast green hills and deodar and pine forests.
One of the oldest breweries in the country, the Solan brewery, also known as Kasauli Brewery and Distillery was started back in the 1820s by Edward Dyer. He brought the equipment from Scotland and England because of the availability of spring water and Scotland's temperature.
Wrapped in the quiet charms of Himachal Pradesh, Timber Trail in the city of Kasauli is a quiet little hill station. The destination is an emerald beauty with its many pine and coniferous trees. Perhaps the most sought-after destination around Kasauli's Parwanoo, Timber Trail is a favourite among the backpacker community and students alike.
Located in the Solan district of Himachal Pradesh, Kasauli is a little slice of heaven waiting to be explored. With colonial-era houses, dense forests and the most gorgeous view of the mountains, Kasauli is the perfect destination. It is a great place to spend your vacation, away from the hustle-bustle of the city.
Kasauli is one of the most beautiful hill towns in Himachal Pradesh. A British charm, amazing views, and chilly winters make the place all the more alluring. Snuggle in the arms of nature in these beautiful resorts in Kasauli.
Located in the centre of the city with a vibrant Mall road around it, this church is a popular tourist spot. It was constructed in the year 1853 and was built with the grandeur of the Gothic style of architecture.
Tibetan food is a famous thing to eat that is famous amongst the people and visitors of Kasauli. Band Samosa, dumplings and thukpa are the most favourite dishes in the area but you can also try local bread, Poppy halwa seeds, and Madara.
This Gurudwara is an important religious centre as well as a favourite tourist spot. Other than daily prayers and programmes, a special programme is held on Sundays. The Gurudwara also offers accommodation facilities
Built in the year 1923 by the Britishers, the architecture of this Church is influenced by a blend of Indian and Victorian styles. However the church was damaged by a fire in 2008 and all internal furnishings were destroyed.
This temple is dedicated to Baba Balak Nath, an ardent follower of Lord Shiva. It is located 3 km away from Kasauli and can be easily reached by bus or taxi. The belief surrounding this temple is that if childless couples come and pray here they will be blessed with children.
This place is for people who are fascinated by past and history. Gorkha Fort situated on a small hill Subathu is 16 km away from Parwanoo. Believed to be founded by the Gurkha Army Chief Amar Singh Thapa to fight against British, the fort today exhibits strength even through its ruins.
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