Guwahati Travel Guide

Guwahati is among the first 100 fastest growing city of the world and is 5th fastest growing among Indian cities. Today, the city straddles between the LGB International Airport in the west to Narengi in the east for almost 45 kilometers and between the southern bank of the Brahmaputra river and the foothills of the Shillong plateau for around 15 kilometers.

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Guwahati sustains the local Assamese foodsoods in its menu such as Nga-Thongba which is a fish and ginger curry, Erongba, a jackfruit-kernel chutney, Laksa and a lot more, and at the same time offers everything from Indian, Mughlai, Chinese to Continental cuisines and a few more.Indulge yourself in the pastas, pizzas, cakes and pasteries widely available in the area. You can also relax and enjoy in a number of bars and pubs that the city has to offer.

Shopping in Guwahati includes buying Muga, Pat and Endi silks; bamboo and cane decorative items. There are plenty of government emporiums that sell these at reasonable prices. The main shopping areas are Paltan Bazaar, GNB Road and Fancy Bazaar, and since you are out shopping, you could also visit the glitzy new shopping mall. Guwahati city has some decent shopping options with few multi-brand malls and shopping centers available.

Guwahati is not much of a after dark city. The shutters of the shops are closed and the traffic diminishes drastically after 11pm unless there is a festival happening in the town. However, there are few good pubs and discotheques that are hard to miss. The pumping contemporary music and the an awesome ambiance of these places offers a nice sun downer show.These bars and pubs definitely throbs the nightlife at Guwahati, however, it is advisable to be slightly careful after dark in Guwahati.

The cost of all travel depends on the mode of transport taken to visit the city, and also on the type of accommodation. Guwahati can be visited by air or by train or by road. The approximate cost of the journey is nearly 2,000 rupees if train journey is preferred. Journey by bus is cheaper. Though the bus route connecting Guwahati with other cities costs less, it takes a long time for many tourists to reach Guwahati, which can be a strong deterrent for the foreigners.

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