Loved the ice cream, Chat, small shoping and everything about mall road. Just that it takes some effort to reach there. Changing 2 lifts and it closes by 10. No cars allowed except for VIP
A simple road just like on every hill station, there is nothing special road to enjoy. Just do a walk in evening or in the morning to enjoy cool breeze.
Vehicles are not permitted in the Mall. This place seems to be always crowded; we visited the Mall during late evening and spent some leisurely family time there, enjoyed the sun-set. The Mall has a comparatively narrow and up & down road, going through the entire stretch and both the sides of the road houses numerous numbers of café, restaurants,... 更多
The most loved and must visit part of Shimla. Constructed in the British Raj the Mall is still popular with travellers. Evenings are happening with crowd coming from all parts of the world. Lots of eateries and all kind of shops are there. Trishool Bakery is worth trying.
Great place to take a stroll, wonderfull atmosphere. The scandal point, the view point and the restaurant at the top are simply amazing. The narrow alley walk up to the Mall road is itself quite picturesque. It reminds you of the old English architecture with contemporary (haphazard) plantation. The road is a must visit but might get tiresome for a... 更多
Enjoyed the stroll and shopping at mall road.. Especially the open area around state library..With kids you can also choose to take a horse ride and get them dressed in himalayan costumes for priceless pics.. enjoy the mesmerizing Simla view..must go place for tourists in simla..
The mall road Shimla is one of the markets in India where any type of vehicles are not allowed. This is strictly a traffic free area where only a few ambulance are allowed. The Mall Road Shimla is built by the British for their time pass and evening walk. Today this is a famous market where you can visit a... 更多
Truly enchanting!!! shimla is epitomised by its Mall..the walk through numerous shops, eating outlets, cafes and what not....the walk upto the ridge and reaching the church cannot be compared with any other hill station in india...appeals to people of all ages