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We were off to an early start and warned to put on good walking shoes. Very muddy. Flowers beautiful, some not in bloom but overall tons of flowers/amazing colours. Walked thru Potters' quarter. Very artisic/creative people with bales straw and mud from the Ganges making...More
Visited on auspicious occasion of Shiva Puja...First Monday of Shravan ..Got all flowers at 25% of price than it is available in local markets or on streets.
Delighted...Must visit for those looking for bulk flower purchase...
One less star as the place was too crowded...More
Avoid coming here if you cant take a bit of dirt and mud. If you can bear it for a while, then this is a delectable haat. Be prepared to encounter some rare flowers and some common ones in a never before seen volumes. What...More
Magnificent indian typical atmosphere.
You have to go there early morning to enjoy the light of the sunrise over the river, the parfumes of the flowers, colors everywhere, pleople negociating the prices .
It s getting strange and a bit awkward at dusk. Dogs ,...More
The best moments for a visit are in the early morning. Get up before 6am, it's worth it. Watching the sellers arriving with baskets full of flowers or garlands on their shoulders is really a magnificent scenery. The market is full of colors and floral...More
the wholesale market is huge and the masses of flowers on display overwhelm the senses. Walking through the crowded alleyways is an experience in itself. Don't get lost!
Unfortunately the scents of the flowers is overpowered by the local pollution. The view of the bridge...More
We did an early morning tour of the Flower Market and getting up before 6am was definitely worth it... the colour... the liveliness... and the energy of the market was a wonderful start to the day. Our hotel arranged for a tour guide for us,...More
Yes, there are flowers of many colors but don't miss the ghat just behind the flower market. At dawn, it is already busy with men bathing in the river, brahmins performing rituals, barbers at work, and wrestlers practicing. From here, you can also stroll to...More
Response from Thecatsmum4 | Reviewed this property |
I think it's most days, we went in the morning and had a pre booked guide from our tour company...I am sure your hotel could provide someone. While it was very pleasant and I am sure you could wander alone a guide a and... More
I think it's most days, we went in the morning and had a pre booked guide from our tour company...I am sure your hotel could provide someone. While it was very pleasant and I am sure you could wander alone a guide a and driver for a day or a half day, would be much easier.
we entered near the river and walked through over the bridge (no photos allowed on bridge and we did get heckled there) then back on the ferry ...about 1.5 hours ..then you could go somewhere else after.
The market isn't that big but the people are friendly there. Do go it would be a shame to miss it.