Koti Resorts Hotel, Shimla
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SHIMLA ATTRACTIONS There is a vast variety of tourist attractions in shimla. Shimla is a perfect tourist destination that endorses many travel attractions, breathtaking highways, inaccessible mountains, colorful people. There is a vast variety of goods that Shimla has to offer. This includes handicrafts wood and shawls, pullovers, local tweeds, caps, Tibetan carpets and pickles, jams and squashes. Himachal Pradesh Govt. has a Emporium at the Mall, Shimla which exhibits all these products for sale. Shimla is the best market for the handicrafts of Himachal Pradesh. You can find the best entertainment of the year at the time of summer festival in shimla. From all parts of Himachal Pradesh and from other parts of the country artistes are invited to entertain visitors with song, dance and music both Indian and Western. Besides the summer festival, regular cultural programmes are organized in Shimla during the tourist season. An Ice-skating Carnival is arranged every year by the Ice-skating Club during January. During this festival, members display their skill on ice and participate in a fancy dress competition. Shimla travel offers you vast opportunities to indulge in various attractions of tourist, Shimla adventure sports, sightseeing and making your stay in most. Kufri is located at a higher altitude than the Shimla town and is 19 km from Shimla. The local zoo and the ski slopes are major tourist attractions. The main attraction of tourist in shimla is the The Mall and the Ridge. Shimla has seven hill attractions .The seven hills of Shimla are – Prospect Hill in Western Shimla, which has the temple of Kamna Devi; Summer Hill in Western Shimla, which has the campus of the Himachal Pradesh University; Observatory Hill in Western Shimla, which holds the estate of the Indian Institute of Advanced Study; Invererarm in Western Shimla, whose top has the State Museum; Bantony in central Shimla, which has the Grand Hotel; Jakhoo in central Shimla, which is crowned by the temple indicated to Lord Hanuman, and Elysium in north-western Shimla, which holds Auckland House and Longwood and reaches out towards the Bharari spur.