Sisters Bazaar

Entry : free

Address : Landour Bakehouse, Mussoorie, Sisters Bazaar, Landour, Mussoorie, Uttarakhand, India

Why to visit Sisters Bazaar

The bazaar is named after the nuns who worked as nurses in the nearby British dormitories. The neighborhood has numerous historic cottages and a few shops. This neighborhood, contrary to the name "bazaar," is more of a residential colony with historic houses and a few shops scattered throughout.

With pine, oak, and deodar trees lining the region, it is a wonderful setting. There are tea shops there that serve omelets and ginger tea that will leave you wanting more. There is also a well-known candy company under the name of Prakash Brother.

Highlights of the Sister Bazaar:

  • The shop, which is by far the greatest confectionery in town, primarily serves students from the school next door rather than tourists. Try their homemade peanut butter, apricot, raspberry, and plum St. Dalfour jam, as well as their yak milk cheese.
  • This market's magnificent bakery, Landour Bakehouse, is where you can get baked goods including brownies, biscuits, and dry cakes. Even a cup of flavorful coffee is available at this bakery.
  • The most well-known cupcake bakery, A. Prakash and Co., sells the tastiest homemade peanut butter, cheddar cheese, and St. Dalfour jelly.
  • Additionally, you can find shops providing antiques and woolen garments that you can buy as gifts for family and friends.

FAQ on Sisters Bazaar

How to reach Sister Bazaar?

Sister Bazaar is nearest to Picture Palace Bus Stand by only 22 mins.

What are the places to visit near Sisters Bazaar?

Lal Tibba, Kempty Falls and Company Garden are the places to visit near Sisters Bazaar

What are the places to stay near Sisters Bazaar?

Tulip Inn Green Castle Mussoorie, Nirvana Lodge & Lounge (A Boutique Hotel), Hotel Padmini Nivas are the places to stay near Sisters Bazaar

What are the places to eat near Sisters Bazaar?

Cafe Ivy, Paprika Restro Hotel and Deodar Kitchen are the places to eat near Sisters Bazaar.

Special Tip

It is well known for the best quality of woolen clothes. You can stroll down the street for many of the best confectionaries in town.

By Abhilasha Prasad

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