The place is good but there should be some plans to save the tourist from the notorious monkeys.Aslo the timber trail is waste of money it is too small and does not give any view from it .
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we went there as we visited shimla. its a beautiful place captured by monkies. you can see the valley from here and a great statue of Hanuman is there.
It is situated on Jakhoo Hill, 2.5 km from the Ridge at a height of 2,455 m above sea level.One can go to the temple by foot (a steep climb) from Ridge (path behind the church) or can hire a pony/horse. A giant 108-feet-high idol...More
After reading all the reviws abt the monkeys we were a bit sceptical abt visiting this place but after going there we didnt regret a bit. Its a beautiful temple with the serene sorrounding. Monkeys dont interfere with you much just try not to carry...More
Amazing place at very good height. Very huge statute of Lord Hanuman ji and temple , which is visible from any part of Shimla and around. We use to spot it from all the places we went in Shimla and around. Make sure you take...More
Place to visit must. Lots of Monkeys, Just move empty hand mobile in pockets or purse no eye wear, they will take any thing from you Just be aware of them. Take taxi to reach also trekking is good option. No eating place only snacks...More
It is the must see in Shimla.The statue of Lord Hanuman can be seen as soon as you enter Shimla and the height of the statue is 108ft. You can go there by ropeway or by walking.Beware of monkeys.
Jakhu temple is a must-see site if you're in Shimla. Located at a great height & possessing the huge statue of Lord Hanuman makes the temple visible from every corner of Shimla. The temple offers good views. Also lots of monkeys could be seen here....More
Must visit. Very clean. Beware of monkeys. Very peaceful and beautiful huge Hanuman Ji idol is a treat to eyes
We availed rope-way service (which is a 10 mins walk from mall) to reach Jakhu temple/ Hanuman mandir. The scenes from the rope-way were awesome. The scenes from the temple are also picture perfect. One can spend some time there and relax, but beware of...More