Saravana Bhavan Hotel

MG Road, Idukki Dist., Munnar, Kerala, 685612, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on MG Road, Idukki Dist., Munnar, is near Tea Gardens.
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    Travel Blogs from Munnar

    Death road to Tea

    A travel blog entry by jennystolborg on Jan 29, 2014

    1 comment, 12 photos

    26th January is Republic Day in India. This is when the constitution Of India was at last adopted and put into effect. It is 1of only 3 national holidays in India and it is generally celebrated by parades taking place throughout the streets. This we suppose is the reason why our booked mini bus did not arrive to collect us until 10.30am instead of the agreed 9.30am pick up time. The parade in Kodai appeared to be all the local school children parading through the streets ...

    No Room At The Inn

    A travel blog entry by lick on Jan 28, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... light curry), we realised that yet again, we would be on the hunt for a hostel room for the night in a town that seamed to be full to bursting point! Disgruntled private sector workers in and around Munnar have been threatening to strike over a local government decision to increase taxes on their sector. This means that lots of people don't know if they will be able to leave Munnar today and are hanging onto their rooms, causing skyrocketing room rates and ...


    A travel blog entry by daveandjenna on Apr 11, 2013

    7 photos

    ... very small inlet, through which water bursts under enormous pressure, producing hydroelectric power for the surrounding villages. Due to the current dry season, villagers are limited to only a few hours of electricity a day, however, it was difficult to imagine how the dam would operate differently during the rainy season, since it looked like it was working at capacity. Our second stop at Echo Point proved to be slightly less spectacular, although apparently we were supposed ...

    Valparai Revisited : December 2012 - 5

    A travel blog entry by indianature on Jan 15, 2013

    ... priests have been brought in from wherever to conduct rituals and collect offerings from visitors. The temple attracts huge crowds on auspicious days. We did not go to the church which looked a bit more interesting. Will do it on the next trip.

    Top station: not so tops.

    A travel blog entry by roberm05 on Jan 15, 2013

    1 photo

    ... as much as possible shovelling food into our mouths with our hands and grinning at each other with daal stuck to our chins and letting the yelling of the opposing tables float over us, we also stuffed ourselves a great deal as every time our banana leaf started to look empty more curries were heaped on. Our bill for the delicious feast came to 120 rupees the equivalent of $1 each. Wowsers trousers.! After lunch we visited the tea museum which was pretty ...