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Shopping och Bazaar Trail i Bangalore

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Promenera genom de livliga basarerna i Bangalore på en privat shoppingtur. Denna turné är en utmärkt möjlighet att hitta autentiska indiska varor inklusive sarees, skor, armband och souvenirer. Besök Brigade Road och Commercial Street för att söka efter gåvor för att ge till vänner och familj. Efter en lång dag med shopping, sitta ner till en utsökt indisk lunch på en lokal anläggning.
  • Ta en privat shoppingtur runt Bangalore basarer
  • Handla för autentiska indiska föremål som sarees och färgglada armband
  • Sitt ner till en utsökt indisk lunch på en lokal anläggning
  • Njut av en personlig upplevelse på denna helt privata utflykt

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Why I didn't shop in Bangalore
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, okt 2018
The guide was very helpful, particularly in helping me walk down and across the streets without getting killed by bicyclists, motorbikes, and cars. We went to the Cauvery Emporium, at which I bought two small sandalwood boxes. Westerners should be prepared to squat in the toilet in the store, and bring your own toilet paper and hand soap. We next drove to and walked around several shopping streets. It was a Saturday, so it was crowded. Salespeople in every shop tried to get me to buy something. It is a very different experience from shopping at home, but then, I suppose that's one reason we travel. It is common to bargain here. Quickly I discovered that the merchant knows the quality of the goods, and knows the value of the goods, while I don't, so he is always advantaged in any bargaining or negotiation. After awhile, I just lost interest, and didn't buy anything. This is not the fault of the guide or the tour company; it was just overwhelming with the crowds and the traffic and the noise.

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Fantastic Tour of Bangalore

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Full day tour of Bangalore with pick up, guide, lunch and private car | maj 2019
I am so glad I booked this tour! My guide, Chandrashekar, was great! He was knowledgeable, informative, and personable. We hit all of the stops listed on the tour and he also took me around a neighborhood to several other temples and markets. That was my favorite part. I highly recommend this tour!
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Super guide, disappointing tour

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Folk art trail in Bangalore | okt 2018
Narayanan from Five Senses Tours was very helpful in switching the dates of two tours, one of which was this tour, because the toy factory is closed on Sundays. (That should be in the tour description.)It took two hours to drive from my hotel to where we picked up the guide, due to traffic. Not the fault of the tour company or the tour guide or the driver - traffic in Bengaluru is ridiculous.Satish, my guide, could not have been more helpful. He stopped at a roadside stand to give me the chance to taste tender coconut (before the outer shell hardens; you drink the liquid inside). He chose very interesting foods for lunch. I appreciated his help.The silk cocoon auction house was very interesting. It is the second largest in Asia. I saw more cocoons there than I ever imagined.The toy factory was disappointing. It was small. The electric power was out, so I could not see anything being made. The workers pressured me to buy their toys.The crafts museum was better, but the docent (museum's guide, not Satish) had such a thick accent that I had difficulty understanding him.
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My driver and guides were as...

star-5Harry L
Day Trip from Bangalore to Somnathpur & Talakadu for architecture & culture | maj 2018

My driver and guides were as wonderful as the sights. In addition to the amazing temples--works of astonishing architectural beauty--there was generous clean food, an amazing countryside drive, and friendly, colorful people everywhere. I liked that the temples on this excursion were mostly live--still open for worship--regardless of their antiquity. It's very immersive and left me feeling more local than any other excursion I had in India. Remember that shoes are not allowed in temples in India, so be sure to wear sandals or slip-ons for convenience. Also, keep a batch of small denomination rupee coins for shoe minders and small bills for making polite donations at the temples.

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This trip was phenomenal. Before...

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Day Trip from Bangalore to Somnathpur & Talakadu for architecture & culture | jan 2017

This trip was phenomenal. Before this tour, I hadn't really considered the age of the Indian culture. This tour takes you to a pair of temples that are 1,500 and 1,000 years old. In fact, Somnathpur, the older of the two, is part of an archeological site that has been covered by sand for centuries. This site is outside a small village, roughly a 2 1/2 hour drive from Bangalore. You do have a sense of having gone backwards in time. Also, please be aware that this is an active place of worship and the final destination of a pilgrimage for many. One of the charms though not for locals of this small village is that you will see monkeys running about. It's also located fairly close to the Chauvery River, a place we also stopped and visited. You have the option there of going on the river in a small, circular shaped boat.

Talakdau is not quite as remote. It's a youngster at a mere 1,000 years old. The architecture will remind you of Angkor Wat. As my guide pointed out, it was not unusual for the architects to move between palace/temple projects. You'll find the detail in the temple's friezes incredible. Regrettably, some of these were damaged hundreds of years ago during Moslem invasions. As a result, the site is no longer a place of worship.

This tour makes use of local guides. This means that you will be driven to the site and there meet a local person who will guide you through the site. This is part of the strategy of the tour company to encourage sustainable tourism. The company utilizes local people who are familiar with the site in their village and able to speak about the cultural and local significance of the site. This also helps to create jobs in that locale. This is a terrific strategy that we travelers should encourage.

I've also posted three photos. One of each of the sites and one of the river. Please note that some parts of the Somnathpur have been restored, due to damaged sustained while they were embedded in sand. These restored sections are the lighter colored roofs of the building.

I encourage people interested in learning more about Southern India's history and culture to take this tour.

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