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Mussoorie, still referred to as the Queen of the Hills, may be compared in some manners with Darjeeling, also still referred to as the Queen of the Hills.
While Mussoorie is invaded by Punjabis, with bevies upon bevies of kudis catwalking on Mall Road, it...More
Lot of shops selling Toys , Clothes , Footwear , Shawls , Show Pieces etc , just like any other Mall Road in India!!! Lot of Momo Stalls , Corn both Boiled and Roasted , Pop Corn , Chicken and Mutton Sheek , Aloo Tickki...More
If you are in Mussoorie, you can't skip the mall road. The main attraction of the mussoorie is this road. There is long stretch from The Library Chowk to Pic Palace which can be covered by walking or riding a Rickshaw as per the convenience....More
This is an average Hill Walk or Market as it was crowded and the shopping or dining experience have not been upgraded with time. However, if one has to take a Walk then it would be good to go for a Walk of the Camel...More
Cannot skip mall road here with lots of tit bit to have and lots of shoping options. Very long road and I wonder why there is always mall road in every hill station ;). Nice place to time pass and hang out with friends
This is the most famous place in Mussoorie. You can go there by walk or take a Rickshaw from Labrary Chowk, which will charge Rs. 50. Its a long road and there are many shopping options there, and you have to walk up and down....More
Shops selling all sorts of stuff line the Mall road. We accessed it from the library chowk side. It's a long stretch which can also be covered on foot but we took a cycle Riksha ride half way as we had a 7 year old...More
Mall road in mussoorie is one of the biggest which I have seen in other hilly areas. It has all the shopping and eating options. The area is crowded all the time but it is a happening place. Parking is available but it’s bit far.
The Mall road leading out from the Library Chowk is the best place to spend a leisurely time in Mussoorie. Rows of shops selling all sorts of things from woolens,clothes, jewellery and what-not beckon you as you walk through this Road which does not have...More