Shopping in Darjeeling

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Shopping in Darjeeling

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  • SANJU C
    Darjeeling24 contributions
    OK to visit big bazaar and Reliance and to watch movies in Inox, besides that it doesn't offer anything much
    Written 5 November 2019
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
  • Seema1709
    Chandigarh, India2,240 contributions
    Since we were staying right opposite Ava Art Gallery, I decided to visit it one afternoon. The gallery is a small one, though every one in Darjeeling knows about it. It is in a state of disrepair.There is an entry ticket of 2 rs.
    The gallery is a treasure trove of beautiful embroidered paintings by Mrs Ava Devi. On first look, they appear to be oil paintings,
    The gallery also houses oil paintings and a collection of old coins and notes from different countries.
    One can well imagine the talent of the artist by looking at these masterpieces. The paintings are not for sale.
    Written 4 June 2017
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
  • ajapetrus
    Mahe, India818 contributions
    Teesta Bazaar is a very small scenic town on the bank of the Teesta river lying between Kalimpong and Peshok (Tea Garden) along the Peshok Road/Rishi Road. The Siliguri – Gangtok Highway also intersects here. Situated at about 90 m above MSL, the entire locality is panoramic with greenery, mountains, river, bridges and mist everywhere. Lined with a few shops, Teesta Bazaar is a popular stopover for the tourists on their way to Darjeeling or Kalimpong or Gangtok, to refresh with hot momos, noodles and Chaai. Some local handicrafts, garments and souvenirs, notably the ‘thangkas’ are on popular sale in the few shops.
    The confluence of the Rangeet and Teesta rivers actually occurs in between Melli, another small border town on the North-eastern side and Teesta Bazaar. Teesta Bridge connects the lower plains with Kalimpong and Darjeeling and also the hills of Sikkim.
    The whitish sand banks at the confluence, known as Triveni, is said to be used for river camping and launching white water rafting into Teesta. There is a narrow road, called Triveni Road, along the left of the Peshok road (while coming from Darjeeling-Ghum-Jore Bungalow direction) that runs parallel to the Teesta reaching near the Triveni Beauty Spot/Sandy Beach at the confluence.
    Written 6 January 2020
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
  • 9708372852a
    317 contributions
    This hall is good and manu empowerment works are done here. The famous place of darjeeling. Good visit.
    Written 30 May 2019
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  • Tapan D
    2 contributions
    This is our second trip with Darjeeling Walks. This time we chose to take their signature tea experience following a few days in a faraway haven from the bustling crowd of the Darjeeling town. We cannot recommend them enough to anyone looking for a wonderful refuge from the regular city life. Filled in history, knowledge, heritage, food, culture our experiences were immersive. We had an amazing family time. I must say, a memorable and momentous holiday spent with Darjeeling Walks.
    Written 15 May 2022
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
  • Softlanding
    London, UK368 contributions
    Life in exile must be hard for the Tibetan refugees. This centre demonstrates the resilience of the refugees and the efforts to preserve their handicrafts. A small shop sells some of these crafts.
    Written 20 October 2019
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  • Peregrineri
    New Delhi, India942 contributions
    This is a nice little shop with locally made items and locally-sourced tea. The quality is very good.
    Written 6 November 2017
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  • SESNoVA
    Annandale, VA401 contributions
    Not only are there a large number of Kashmiri shawls, but they come in so many different varieties! The very helpful owner (Mr. Agarwal) provides quite an education in the different qualities of wool, as well as in the tremendous number of decorative techniques used for each quality.
    I've shopped in Kashmiri stores all over India, and don't think I've ever gotten as beautiful of a product with such helpful personal service before.
    Written 1 January 2018
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  • Chris
    Minneapolis, MN48 contributions
    We came to Darjeeling a bit ill-equipped for the cool weather. We were lucky to find this shop. The set us up with long underwear suits and some other warm gear. This felt similar to an REI in the US, (although much much smaller), but lots of high quality outdoor gear. Prices were super affordable. Staff was helpful and friendly. They accepted our American credit cards. Great spot! Don't miss it! Also don't miss the Himalayan Java Coffee Shop across the hall!
    Written 8 February 2020
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  • Priyanka Kwatra
    New Delhi, India271 contributions
    The store houses beautiful sarees, stoles, towels, quilts, handmade soaps, pickles, articrafts etc from Bengal!
    I loved it a lot. Bought few things as souvenirs.
    Written 22 June 2018
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  • Peregrineri
    New Delhi, India942 contributions
    This is a little shop supplying mostly items for puja. It's certainly good for that, but I was a bit surprised to see it on Tripadvisor.
    Written 2 April 2017
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  • Bivaash Dewan
    1 contribution
    Amazing souvenir and local products. Must visit. The staff was very friendly and helpful. Take amazing gifts for your friends and family back home
    Written 10 October 2021
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  • rajivmitra2018
    Darjeeling, India1 contribution
    The most authentic place for authentic Darjeeling teas,garden fresh organic black teas,green teas,oolong teas and white teas
    Written 10 May 2018
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