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Peaceful and good

Instead of roaming on mall road I thought of having a look at Landour bazaar and I did loved... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Sameet1979
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Mumbai, India
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A period feel

Landour Bazaar can be a bottleneck for cars but on foot it reveals hidden gems. One gets the... read more

Reviewed 12 April 2018
Paul R
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is much down to earth market than Mall and perhaps also much less visited by tourists on a short visit. There are a few good souvenir shops, shops of house hold items, An office of Survey of India attracted my attention but I was...More

Thank ddevarshi
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Instead of roaming on mall road I thought of having a look at Landour bazaar and I did loved it. Brought few chappals and sandles and they were handmade by people living at Landour. There is a sweet shop from where I brought farsan which...More

Thank Sameet1979
Reviewed 17 May 2018

We bought carpets from Sabri on the slope and wall plates and and handicrafts from Vinod Kumar next to the Clock tower. He has all things you can look for to decorate your house. Be patient and browse slowly. We spent hours here. If you...More

Thank BINAMumbai_India
Reviewed 9 May 2018

Far from the crowds Landour sits above Mussoorie . It has a pristine Victorian Charm to this place as this place is frequented by few of the tourists. Being an Cantonment there no commercial activity except for small local market and few Resorts. This place...More

Thank Rajat J
Reviewed 6 May 2018

We were on our way from Dehradun to Lal Tibba, Mussoorie and crossed Landour Bazaar, which we found extremely tortuous for car drivers, who had to move inch by inch in highly congested bumber to bumber drive. It is better to park your car and...More

Thank RAJENDRA884
Reviewed 12 April 2018

Landour Bazaar can be a bottleneck for cars but on foot it reveals hidden gems. One gets the feeling that if only people would take care of their buildings and environment this could be a stunning place. Some great antique / curio shops.

Thank Paul R
Reviewed 7 April 2018 via mobile

I was on a day trip to landour bazaar . This part of mussoorie has retained its virginity and old world charm . You can breathe the aroma of the flora and fauna which cuts through your breath . It is definitely a place for...More

Thank Jpatodia112
Reviewed 30 November 2017

landour which is some kms away from the famous hill station mussoorie is the ideal place for people who want to stay away from the hustle and bustle of the city life! The place does not attract much crowd as this is an off beat...More

Thank glakshmanrao
Reviewed 30 August 2017

old, quaint and untouched in years.. you will see houses here which feel like if you step in they will wither and fall apart but they have been standing there for decades and maybe more. the thin lanes, the close knit community.. its the place...More

1  Thank Pulkita P
Reviewed 6 June 2017

Landour Bazaar is just like every other small town bazaar but hilly terrain and simple people make it interesting to walk through. If it is raining or you are feeling cold you can stop by to have tea and samosa or even enjoy tasty jalebis....More

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Landour begins if you take a left at the end of Mall Road Missoorie. There is the crowded bazaar at the base of the hill and then you can either take a challenging walk, or drive to the top. Both have their challenges. There... More
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