HOTELS IN MANALI NEAR GADHAM THEKCHHOKLING GOMPA
A peaceful adobe, Gadham Thekchhokling Gompa, built in the year 1969 by Tibetan refugees is located in old Manali. It is one of the finest attractions in Manali enthralling many tourists from all over the world every year. Inside Gompa, one can view the large image of Buddha and delicate paintings all around, demonstrating Buddha's non-violent attitude towards the world. Kullu Airport is at 44.2 km from here. This place is well connected through road. And If you are travelling by train, a regular basis stop is at Summer Hill of Himachal Pradesh and from there its 128 km to Manali. Buses travel on regular basis from here to major cities of the country.Wide range of hotels in Manali near Gadham Thekchhokling Gompa, accommodate all types of visitors. Either it’s a national or international or business visit or family outing, all can find the best, in budget hotels. Treebo hotel in Manali Gadham Thekchhokling Gompa takes special care of food, for Jain guests based on their requirements and also it is a disabled friendly hotel. An in house Junoon restaurant serves North Indian, Chinese and Continental dishes. At the proximity of 3 to 4 km of Gompa, there are many famous restaurants. Kawa Café Manali restaurant is famous for hot chocolate, Green forest café best place for vegetarians. A Rainbow café, a decent restaurant with awesome view to look with hot tea in hand. And also, there is Bengali restaurant in the premises of monastery.Snow fall, beautiful gardens, best visuals of spirituality, best scenes of natural beauty can be perceived in Manali. Manali’s economy is boosted, all the time of the year. During summer, it has a pleasant climate that gives you the best pleasure to visit many spiritual places around Gadham Thekchhokling Gompa like Hidimba Devi temple, Vashishtha Temple, Manu Temple and many more. When one enters these places, the low whisper of spiritual hymns being chanted is said to give happiness to one’s soul. The unique Tibetan handicrafts and carpets can be shopped from several small shops within the complex of Gompa.