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    Honey Hut: come on honey!

    by vpas Written Jun 22, 2009

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    Honey Hut is a concept store of honey and honey based products.It is simply funtastic!!If you are too tired of having Indian cuisine while in Himachal,just try out the goodies here.The also serve exotic drinks and fizz,icecream etc..

    What to buy: Honey based cakes,pastries,muffins,dry fruits,drinks,tea,ice creams, squashes ...

    What to pay: above average,but great quality

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    anywhere: Kinnauri topis

    by vpas Written Jun 22, 2009

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    You will find kinnauri topis or himachali topis which are round caps made of wool and have embroidery in the front.They look very smart and ethnic.They are priced between Rs.50 to Rs.200.They are colourful and a must buy for both yourself and to gift others.

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    shop till you drop at the Mall

    by vpas Written Jun 22, 2009

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    There are rows and rows of shops in the area called "the Mall".You can find shops selling all possible things.It is a nice place to spend an evening not just shopping,but also you could eat snacks and hang out drinking in the atmosphere.The mayor's office and buildings and the church there add to the ambience.

    What to buy: Clothes,woolen garments,shawls,jewellery,bags,leather,dry fruits,honey,short eats,jams,juices,pickles etc.

    What to pay: you need to bargain here.but it is not an upend place.

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    shops along the Mall Road: Handy craft from Himachal Pradesh

    by ukirsari Updated Jul 8, 2005

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    Along the Mall Road, can be seen many many local crafts for souvenirs. Made-in local from Himachal Pradesh. But if you want to buy branded goods, also available here. For example; Reebok, Adidas, etc.

    What to buy: my fave is local craft here. including Kashmiri pashmina. nice and keep it as part of memory during my stay at Shimla :)

    What to pay: about Rs20 - Rs100.

    The Mall Road, Shimla (c) ukirsari
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    • Arts and Culture
    • Festivals
    • Road Trip

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    Lakkar Bazaar: fresh fruits 'till midnight

    by ukirsari Updated Jul 8, 2005

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    Shimla on summer festival is heaven. Many fresh fruits can be found here. From aam [mango], to plum, red cherry, peach and dates.

    What to buy: Peach, plum, mango and several sweets.

    What to pay: about Rs5 - 25 [very cheap compared with price for these fruits in my country!!!]

    Lakkar Bazaar at night (c) ukirsari
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    • Road Trip
    • Festivals

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    Hawker stalls: Tibetan stuffs hot to buy :)

    by ukirsari Updated Oct 14, 2004

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    Even you're not yet going to Tibet, you can find several of Tibetan stuffs here in Shimla. As I found at Ram Bazaar.

    What to buy: Several small souvenirs and Tibetan women shirt -- long sleeve which I like very much. So comfy to use it :)

    What to pay: About Rs40 - Rs100

    Tibetan women selling souvenirs (c) ukirsari
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    • Road Trip
    • Hiking and Walking
    • Arts and Culture

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