HOTELS IN MANALI NEAR SIYALI MAHADEV TEMPLE
Siyali Mahadev Temple is essentially on the same route that leads to the famous Hadimba Temple of Manali, but is a much less known and visited spot. However, the breathtaking brilliance of its architecture, with intricate wooden carvings, alone makes it worth a visit. There is also a belief that the Hindi god Siva once gave ‘darshan’ at this spot. It is less than 2km from the Leh Manali Highway. The depot for private buses on NH21 is located almost 3km away from the temple, while the Manali Bus Depot is around 1.9km away. The Kullu-Manali domestic airport at Bhuntar connects to Delhi and Chandigarh.To discover the best hotels near Siyali Mahadev Temple Manali, go online. Websites for travellers, such as Treebo, lists many hotels in Manali near Siyali Mahadev Temple with spacious and modern rooms and breathtaking views. You can book hotels without hassles, and be rest assured that you will find amenities like parking, 24-hour front desk, complimentary water, tea/coffee and toiletries, hot water kettle and room service waiting for you when you arrive. You can also ask for laundry service and staff/driver’s quarters. Some even take care to cook special food according to the visitors’ dietary preferences, such as the Jain community members. Around the temple area, there are many excellent eateries such as Yun Cafe, People ART Cafe, Oven in The Garden and Kamchatka Bistro & Grill.The Museum of Himachal Culture & Folk Art is located quite close to Siyali Mahadev Temple and so are the Tibetan Monastery and Himalaya Nyingmapa Temple. The Hadimba Devi Temple, with the Van Vihar Dungri Park and Hadima Himachal Park adjacent to it, cannot be missed. The mountain terrain and flowing rivers of Manali also provide abundant opportunities for adrenaline junkies, including rafting, trekking, skiing, rock climbing, rappelling and of course, camping. Buy Himachal apples, Kashmiri shawls, Bhuttico clothing, antiques or jewellery, among other things, from bustling marketplaces like the Mall Road, Tibetan Market and Old Manali Market.