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When in Shimla City
The road opens from 6:00 am to 8:00 pm.
For items from the Kullu Valley, this is the place is where you will get them.
Budget for shopping
All year
Families, Couples
6 out of 80 attractions in Simla

The Mall

The place is abuzz with activity all through the year and is the heart of the town of Shimla in Himachal Pradesh. While one may want to go shopping here, this place is home to some ver famous malls and shopping complexes like the Hong Kong Market. A number of restaurants and cafes dot the street and one can drop by any of them for a snack and drink. One is reminded of a carnival at The Mall, as the mood is full of fun, frolic, merry making and delicious food. A good thing here is that no vehicles are allowed to play here, so that one can stroll around peacefully without being honked at.
Dr. Yadwinder Singh
कैसे पहुंचे- मसूरी देहरादून से 37 किमी दूर है| मसूरी के लिए नजदीकी रेलवे स्टेशन देहरादून है| आप देहरादून तक रेलवे मार्ग से आ सकते हो| देहरादून भारत के अलग अलग शहरों से रेलवे मार्ग से जुड़ा हुआ है| देहरादून से आप बस या टैक्सी लेकर आ सकते हो| रहने के लिए मसूरी में आपको हर बजट के होटल मिल जाऐंगे|
Dr. Yadwinder Singh
शिमला भारत का सबसे बडा़ सैरगाह हैं। शिमला की ऊंचाई 2100 मीटर हैं। अंग्रेजों ने गोरखा युद्ध के दौरान शिमला को खोजा था, इसका नामकरण शामला देवी के नाम पर किया गया। अंग्रेजो के शासनकाल में शिमला अंग्रेजों का प्रिय सैरगाह और भारत की ग्रीष्मकालीन राजधानी बन गया। मैं शिमला कई बार गया हूँ।माल रोड़- यह शिमला का मुख्य आकर्षण है, यहां सारा दिन चहल पहल रहती हैं। मैंने भी 2012 में अपने दोस्तों के साथ खूब मसती की थी। वैसे अपनी फैमिली के साथ भी दो बार जा चुका हूं। माल रोड़ खरीदारी का मुख्य क्षेत्र हैं। यहाँ का गेयटी थियेटर भी बहुत मशहूर हैं, जहां अंग्रेजो के समय नाटक हुआ करते थे।रिज- यह शिमला के बीच में एक विशाल खुला मैदान हैं। यहां भी सारा दिन सैलानियों की चहलकदमी रहती हैं।लकड़ बाजार- यह रिज के नजदीक हैं, यहाँ लकडिय़ों से बनी हुई वस्तुओं मिलती हैं। आप यहाँ पर घर के लिए या दोस्तों के लिए लकड़ी से बनी हुई वस्तुओं को खरीद सकते हो| क्राइस्ट चर्च-यह चर्च रिज के किनारे पर मौजूद हैं, यह अपनी वासतुकला और ऐतिहासिक महत्व के कारण मशहूर हैं|
Harshit Srivastava
Day 1 With umbrellas out, we started exploring the beautiful Shimla Mall Road. Everything you need is placed here, shops, street food vendors, restaurants, cafe. It was an enchanting experience strolling through the mall road in the rain and mist.Walking through the rains, we reached Town hall
My adventure planet
Mall Road is the main street in Shimla, Constructed during British colonial rule, the Mall road is located a level below the ridge road. The offices of municipal corporation, fire service, and police headquarters are located here. The Ridge Road is a large open space, located in the center of Shimla. It is the hub of all cultural activities of Shimla. Underneath the Ridge, large water tanks are placed from which water is supplied to the British era tourist town. The Ridge houses the city's lifeline in terms of the water reservoir, with a capacity of 1000000 gallons of water, beneath it. Because of the fact that these tanks are significantly large in size, they have been used as the main water supply for Shimla. Another highlight here is Christ Church which is Situated on the Ridge, It is the second oldest church in Northern India. In the backdrops of the church you can see the Jakhu Hills and the big stautue of Lord Hanuman.Next day I started from Shimla to kafnu.
Nandita Singal
Shimla: One of the most famous hill stations that exist till date, being a total beach lover i never visited Shimla, never got any chance neither i was very much interested. But, we were locked in our houses for months , i was getting depressed due to being in my room 24*7 because of quarantine and all. So, it happened when a long weekend came around 2nd october as it was Gandhi Jayanti we decided to go on a road trip to Shimla considering it was the nearest possible hill station and a new one for us. After an adventurous drive of around 12 hours , we finally reached our hotel namely Willow Banks on the Mall road. What a gorgeous hotel it was man, a royal one. After all the sleep and relaxing, we finally head out to explore the Mall Road where we were planning to have some Himachali Dham, which we didn't get but we definitely had a finger-licking desi food at an amazing restaurent on the mall road itself. Roamed here and there, saw the very famous Ridge of Shimla and clicked some amazing pictures in front of it and headed back to our hotel after walking around 2-3km , not so usual for Delhi people. The moment we stepped in our hotel's dine area we heard two very talented boys singing some himachali folk song and oh my god! What a wow experience it was, we had some hot coffee and enjoyed that evening to the fullest, never gonna forget that.