Guwahati Ratings & Reviews
2 reviewsPosted 7 months ago
I love to travrl again in Guwahati, city has been developed randomly. You can easily reach the travel destination in across areas as like 7 sisters meghalaya, Silchar, Manipur, Natal and, mizoram, arunachal, Tripura etc
1 reviewPosted 7 months ago
It was good. The trip to SK park was quite good. The weather is getting cooler . Food and Shopping: Shopping at fancy bazaar was a memorable one but one has to go through crowded places . . Food was pretty decent. Always carry extra cash. Highlight of the trip: The hotel booking was the highlight of the trip for me as it more of a relaxing kind of getaway
1 reviewPosted 9 months ago
Kamakhya Temple is very good but locale management too much poor union of pandit, you entrance always waiting minimum 2-3 Overs, you given money 1000 Rs entrance VIP in side ''temple wakent but you standing waiting outside in side pandit beehaver not good'
8 reviewsPosted 9 months ago
I was on official trip and coul visit Kamakhya Temple only. I am greatly impressed by the cleaniness drive at the Temple. Besides, there was hardly any push/pull by the priests there for doing pooja on our behalf. Not much (though not absent) of clamour by the shopkeepers for keeping the shoes/luggage and purchasing the Prasad from them. Rather, the Temple has arrangement for keeping the shoes and lockers to keep luggage. It was simply so cool to be there. I shall, however, love to see that 'Rs 501 coupon' cabin for Special Darshan' fo the 'over-priviliged' is gone.
2 reviewsPosted 10 months ago
Good for one or two days stay with packed schedule. Breakfast, complementary, is not up to the mark . . Location is good for Tain Traveller . You will also get good eatery nearby like Food Village.
1 reviewPosted 10 months ago
Guwahati is the Father of North East India
Guwahati is a clean an cool city. Guwahati is a sprawling city beside the Brahmaputra River in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It's known for holy sites like the hilltop Kamakhya Temple, featuring shrines to the Hindu deities Shiva and Vishnu. To the east, 18th-century Navagraha Temple is an astronomical center with planetary shrines. Umananda Temple, dedicated to Shiva and covered with engravings, stands on Peacock Island in the river.
11 reviewsPosted 1 year ago
Nice place but not in summer
Too humid during summer, otherwise a nice place. Loads of temples each has its own vivid explanations and importance, people are good and helpful. Food is good, kamakya, umananda, brahmaputra river cruise, balaji temple, zoo, cultural museum etc are places to watch and not to miss.
12 reviewsPosted 1 year ago
A small lovely place for two/three days off
Small city equipped with lovely cruize ride in evening, recipe train restaurant, umananda temple of lord shiva, and wonderful shaktipeeta at guhati ie goddess of mercy, love and blessings - Goddess Mother Maa Kamakhya . It is many hotels and joints to enjoy good food. The city also provides excellent radio service with in the city to kamakya as well as to the airport . A good place for short visit.
3 reviewsPosted 1 year ago
Hotel room was good as per the price, food quality was good, breakfast was good too, I would like the hotel staff to work on the TV section, I called the room service to look upon that but they didn't come even once to see upon that, besides everything was good on the hotel, the receptionist, cleaning, restaurant staff as well. I would recommend others to stay as well as I would like to stay later as well
2 reviewsPosted 1 year ago
Value for money
Cheap place to live, eat, visit and enjoy. Good for shopping- Paltan Bazar. Kamakhya temple is a must to visit. Taxi fare from airport to city center is a bit high. Good connectivity to Shillong and Siliguri. Lot of waterfalls are there. You can also visit to Guwahati zoo if you have kids and family.
Dighalipukhuri Lake - Located near Guwahati Railway station
View point of Kamakhya Temple
A peaceful and Beautiful Nehru park
Spend quality time with friends and family
Night view of Dighalipukhuri lake