Chail in Himachal Pradesh


Chail is a very popular tourist spot in Himachal Pradesh. In this article, it is mentioned about the History and tourist detail of Chail in Himachal Pradesh. Also, the information related on How to reach Chail and the list of hotels nearby it is also given here. Hope this article will be helpful to you!

Chail in Himachal Pradesh


Chail is a one of the popular tourist spots in Himachal Pradesh. This is a place which will give you awonderful picturesque scenery. It is situated at an altitude of 7,054 ft above the sea level. ChailAlso, this is a place from one can see Shilma town. Earlier, this was a summer capital of Patiala. This place is covered by thousands of Deodar trees and thick cedar woods. Highest Cricket Stadium of world in Chail is very popular. This stadium is also having a polo ground and an old palance nearby located on Rajgarh hill. Take a tour to Himachal Pradesh and visit this earth heaven in Himachal Pradesh.

The land of Chail is spread upto 72 acres of land. This consists of three hill named Rajgarh Hill, Pandava Hills and Siddh Tibba. Chail is located at a distance of 43 km from Shimla. Landscapes here attract many tourists. A weekend break to Chail is a perfect idea to make your mind cool and pleasant. Chail is a town clouds, hills and its green valleys. All the fun which you need in a holiday trip will be present in Chail trip. Also, Chail is full of attractions which are a main thing that takes away the attention of tourists. You can make a trip to Chail during winter time. During this time, you can have a experience of Adventurous sports in Himachal Pradesh.


History of Chail


The history of Chail is not much interesting but is a story of Maharaja Bhupinder Singh. It is said that once Bhupinder Singh was banished from Shimla for his bad behavior with Lord Kitchener's daughter. Lord Kitchner was the governal general of British India at that time. Maharaja was then decided to build a summer capital better than Shimla. As a result, the wonderful piece of heaven Chail was discovered. He built a palace in Chail which is a hotel now that serves tourists. In the year 1972, Himachal Pradesh Development Corporation decided to restore this palace for repair work.


Tourist attractions in Chail


  • Chail is a perfect place for honeymoon tours, family tours and weekend breaks. Every year, thousands of tourists come here to have an experience of heaven.

  • You will find many hotels and resorts here which will make your trip a comfortable one.

  • The world's highest cricket stadium is situated in Chail. Tourists even come here to see this sradium or to watch cricket matches.

  • Some of the pilgrimage places in Chail include Guruwara Shaib temple, Siddh Baba ka Mandir, Kali ka Tibba and Choor Chandi Peak which is in Shivalik mountain.



How to reach Chail


  • By air:-
    Shimla is 40 kms far from Chail. The nearest airport is in Shimla whisch is a 2 hour distance from Chail. You can easily take taxis or private buses from Shimla airport to Chail.

  • By railway:-
    The best way to reach Chail by Railway is through Kalka-Shimla Railways. The distance between Shimla Railway station to Chail is 35 kms.

  • By Road:-
    Chail is well connected to major town of Himachal Pradesh. This place is also connected with Amritsar, Chandigarh, Delhi and Manali by metallic roads. This is the easiest way of reaching the town.



Hotels in Chail


  • Palace Hotel
  • Tarika's Jungal Retreat
  • Lions Hotel
  • Moonal Hotel
  • Rashi Resorts
  • Kailash Hotel
  • Himneel Hotel
  • Boparai Camping site
  • Chail Residency Hotel
  • Grand Sunset Hotel
  • Chail Inn Hotel
  • Ekant Hotel
  • Oakwoods Hotel
  • Swarn Palace Hotel


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