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Dharamsala War Memorial
Located at the entry
to Dharamsala town, the Dharamsala War Memorial is a memorial constructed to
honor the brave men and women who died in service to our country post
Independence. The memorial is located amidst beautiful scenery and is a
monument that represents bravery and sacrifice. The monument has the names of
all the soldiers and martyrs, who died in the
1947-48, 1962, 1965, and 1971 war and peacekeeping
missions. This is a structure that holds much importance. The sacrifices of
soldiers are often forgotten in popular media and structures such as these
remind and inspire one to remember and keep fighting the good fight. When here,
do keep this in your list of things to do in Dharamsala.Best time to visit: All throughout the year.
Built and previously owned by
Bhupinder Singh, Maharaja of Patiala in 1891 and later purchased by heritage
hotels, The Palace Hotel, Chail claims to be one of the finest Heritage Hotels
and rose to fame with it’s sprawling landscape of around 75 acres of land
standing at an epitome of old-time elegance and beauty.Indulge in antique charm at this
stunning destination set amidst abundant greenery and panoramic views of
beautiful landscapes surrounding it along with a serene atmosphere. Stay at The Palace Hotel in Chail
or definitely squeeze in a visit to this destination while it takes you back in
time. Each guest room has antique furniture, period interior, wall-to-wall
carpeting and a charming fireplace to keep you warm. Don’t be fooled by the
quaint antiqueness of the palace as this hotel is equipped with every modern
amenity that can come to your mind catering to all your whims and fancies.Facilities: Facilities include an amazing open air cafe; Cafe
Palace, Kings Dining a multi cuisine restaurants with ornate decor, an all
purpose gift shop, a sprawling lawn tennis court, Billiards room, Badminton
court and a charming children's park.
Approximate Price: Pricing per room ranges from 2400 INR onwards.
Tea is the second
most consumed beverage in the world after water. Almost 80% of the world’s
population consumes tea and India is the second largest producer of tea in the
world with a whooping 900,094 tonnes of tea produced per year.In Dharamsala,
one can visit the tea plantations on the Dharamsala-McLeod Ganj road. While not
as big as the plantations in Assam or the North East states, the plantations
are large enough to keep one engaged for a couple of hours. The plantation
mostly caters to local export i.e. consumption within the Indian
Peninsula. The aromatic mist of tea
along with the greenery all around is sufficient to mesmerize and should be on
your list of things to do in Dharamsala.
Best time to visit: All throughout
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A good place to visit with safe and enjoyable environment, we were 4 girls and we enjoyed here. The food was fine so do the camp. The view we get from the campsite is very relaxing and calming. Can go there without worries.
Amazing tour at Chail, Our driver pick-up us on time from our hotel, the transport was very clean and spacious, the journey was full of fun and excitement. The sightseeing was nice, we even purchased souvenirs from the local market.
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