Ambat Hotel

Address: Market View, Idduki Dist, Munnar, Kerala, 685612, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Market View, Idduki Dist, Munnar, is near Tea Gardens.
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Travel Blogs from Munnar

Tea Tea Tea

A travel blog entry by rooksfamily on Apr 06, 2015

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Next morning we left Alleppy and headed for Munnar. Munnar is another must see in India. It is situated inland in the mountains around 2000 metres above see level. It is famous for its tea plantations. Bhavani and Anita were especially excited to visit here with their love of tea. We stayed at a resort 10 kms out of town surrounded by bushland. It was scenic and tranquil. The first time in the trip where we didn't hear the sound of vehicle ...

January 6, 2015

A travel blog entry by annmarie123 on Jan 10, 2015

... of the road there is a queue, the sale person is behind bars and you look through the bars to figure out what you want. You can't dawdle and look you have to know what you want. Our favourite beer was the Kingfisher, cost $1.30 to a $1.50 the large one is equivalent to 2 of our beers. In restaurants the price was close to double.


Tea glorious tea.

A travel blog entry by claireanddave on Aug 28, 2014

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... size-adjust: auto;">On the last day we decided to get a tuk tuk to take us to the nearby Chinnar Wildlife sanctuary. Getting a tuk tuk there was a good experience, our driver knew all the best spots on the way there to stop for photos and food. And he was amazing at spotting animals. We stopped and saw the local giant grizzled squirrel, several birds, wild buffalo and most importantly loads of monkeys!!

Onto Greener Pastures

A travel blog entry by lick on Jan 27, 2014

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... starting to underhand how densely populated the sub continent is; for two hours we drove through cities and towns, indistinguishably connected to each other. The bus grew steadily more busy as we picked up shoppers and workers from the big towns and school kids along the way, until they were all practically sitting on our laps! Our seats became harder and more bum numbingly uncomfortable by the minute and our nostrils assaulted by the huge variety of scents that ...

Kerala - Beauty personified

A travel blog entry by furquan_arifa on Apr 15, 2013

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... and our long chat lead us to learn about Persian and Kashmiri history, from this businessman, poet, co-author and founder of the mosque. We left in admiration of his attitude to life and using it to do good.

Our next stop was Munnar, which gave the word 'lush' a whole new meaning. The city looks as if its been layered with thick green velvety carpet. It is full of beautiful greenery and tea plantations growing over magnificent hills with a narrow ...

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