Sisters Baazar
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DeekAKGAG
Gurugram (Gurgaon), India217 contributions
explore bit of nowhere
Jul 2019 • Family
Stroll around the place in vising the shops the bakery, artifact shop and grain shop. It depends on some one to say nothing and something.
Written July 28, 2019
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kvohra
New Delhi, India81 contributions
Nothing to see
Oct 2018 • Family
When u hear the word bazaar one thinks of shops and some hustle bustle , however that is not the case with sisters bazaar.... other than landour bakehouse , sisters bazaar has nothing more to offer
Written October 2, 2018
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Triflyer
India292 contributions
Avoidable
Sep 2018 • Couples
Nothing that you cant miss. There is a bakery- very expensive and not worth the price. A few other shops. Not worth the time and the extra 400 INR you have to spend for taxis to include this in the itinerary. Rates are set by Taxi Union in Mussourie and it is INR 1000 if it is a visit to Lal Tibba and INR 1400 if it is a visit to Lal Tibba, Sister Bazaar, Char Dukan.
Written September 30, 2018
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indusman248
New Delhi, India136 contributions
Landour Trip in Summer of 2018
Jun 2018
This is a quaint place and this Baazar has about 4 shops - one each of Patisserie, General Store, Handicraft and a Ration shop. Landour Bakehouse, Patisserie is a must visit! Must try their cakes, pastries, tea/coffee in their living room kind of environment. One can also buy some Jams and dried cranberry's etc from Prakash's Shop. Then take a walk ahead of the Sisters Baazar and you will find a NEW YOU!
Written June 19, 2018
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Tarun K
Mumbai, India107 contributions
a few shops called bazaar
Jun 2018
when we say bazaar we have a bustling and happening place in mind but this is just a few shops, well felt cheated after spending 400 bucks on a taxi and traveling thru traffic and narrow roads to reach this place which has nothing which qualifies as a bazaar
Written June 18, 2018
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GauravChand
Mumbai, India649 contributions
A meeting point in Landour
Feb 2018 • Couples
Sisters Bazaar is located in Landour Cant area and has two shops. One is Landour Bakehouse and the other is Prakash Stores. Landour Bakehouse has breads, croissants, sandwiches, coffee, crepes, etc. Prakash stores has household stuff and also sells homemade butter, almond butter, homemade marmlades / jams.
Written February 28, 2018
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Aartichand
Mumbai, India557 contributions
For a Quick Stop
Feb 2018 • Couples
As one is walking around the Landour area these 2-3 small stores is worth a quick stop. The little provisions store is well stocked and offers jams and chutneys which are really quite good.
The Bake house is a pleasant little cafe offering some cakes and pasteries.
Written February 27, 2018
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punto0900
New Delhi, India143 contributions
Pickles and Crunchy peanut butter
Dec 2017 • Friends
Adjoining Sister Bakehouse. Best for daily utilities, Peanut butter and pickles. For best experience, don’t take your car beyond Char Dukaan. Walk for 20mins and you’ll be there. Just two shops at Sister Bazar- PRAKASH and Sister Bakehouse. Another handicraft store was there but closed.
Advice to all tourists- avoid taking car everywhere. If possible walk. Maintain sanctity of the place.
Written December 24, 2017
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Meghah
Mumbai, India66 contributions
A Walk to remember
Nov 2017 • Solo
Frankly speaking there is no bazaar here but 2-3 shops, a German bakery, Prakash store & antique/gem's shop. The main attraction is he pitcurque walk to the sister's bazaar, along the rustic cottages.

I bought local Peanut butter manufactured by Prakash products. There are different jams etc to choose from.
Written November 28, 2017
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YatriForever
Chennai (Madras), India4,173 contributions
Heritage.
Apr 2017 • Couples
There are just a few shops in this bazar, but its a nice walk to get here. The place is relatively quite and attracts people who seek peace. We spotted a couple of Bollywood celebrities, quitely walking around the bakery. The coffee is great and its nice to sit in the evening here.
Written October 9, 2017
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