The golden sun-kissed mountains crowned with fluffy clouds hike up the grace of blue skies. The chirping birds, water tinkling down the slopy terrain and the diversified sounds weave around you the ring of calmness and serenity. Imagine sitting on the top of the hill, cool wind gushing up and you are enjoying a cup of hot masala tea and the delicious soupy Maggi- how about this? Who wouldn’t want to run into such escapade? Away from the incessant noise of metropolitan cities, and thus enjoying the scenic beauty on the hilltop is one such thing each one of us would love.
Mountains have always been a constant source of fascination since my childhood. So, being an infatuated admirer and a lover of mountains, I would like to describe 5 mostly wished hilltop chai-Maggi points in India. If you haven’t visited yet, you must try at least once.
It is one of the prominent attractions of tourists in Mussoorie. You must be thinking why it is called so. Sir George Everest’s house and laboratory are popularly known as Park estate, were built there in 1932. When you reach this place; the sight of bumpy, uneven and lush green mountains with white clouds encompassing them will make you forget the motors in the plain. The panoramic view and the fresh air gives you perfect peace of mind. You can delve into the beauty of this place with a bowl of delicious Maggi and the popular ginger tea made in Deepika tea stall, the only tea and Maggi stall in this place. It is 6 km away from Mussoorie. You can either drive or take a cab to this place and thus enjoy its beauty.
If you happen to visit Mussoorie, you must visit famous chai- Maggi stall, Char Dukan. In fact, It is an old French–British quarters of Landour. As the name suggests, here you will find four tea stalls wreathing a tiny beautiful park.
There are seats in the park where you can sit, enjoy your noodles with famous adrak chai. Here you get a view of the undulating mountains tempting you to let loose your worries in the hands of nature. Furthermore, it is 5 km away from the main town Mussoorie.
Located in the lap of lovely and bounty hills of Dharamshala, you have the perfect trekking place, the crown jewel; Triund. In fact, it is one of the most visiting trekking spots.It entices a lot of tourists from all over the country. Moreover, the view of snow laden mountains is enchanting. All along the byways, there are small chai and Maggi stalls. What all trekkers want is Noodles, paranthas, chai and the lovely flamboyant evening sky in the valley of Triund. The endless beauty of this valley makes it a must visit in Himachal Pradesh.
Lohajung is a small beautiful village in Chamoli District. It is 222 km away from Kathgodam railway station. It is a base camp for Roopkund trek. The village is surrounded by the walloping mountains. One can admire the aesthetic sunset while sitting peacefully on the (sometimes) moist verdure. It is a threshold of trekking spot which attracts a lot of excursionists. The golden sun rays hover on the snow-covered mountains like Mount Trishul, Mount Nanda Ghuni etc thus leaving an indelible impression on the hearts of the tourists. There are small wooden tables and plastic chair out in the cool fresh air in front of the tea stalls. The hot masala tea and the delicious Maggi will surely make your day.
Marhi is a beautiful snow point 35 km away from Manali. It is one of the venturesome destinations in India. If you look around, you see the white snow glistened by the slant bright rays of the sun. One enjoys playing in the snow. After frolicking in the snow, one would definitely love to enjoy the masala tea and stuffed paranthas of the tea stalls spread in the wide white area. The resplendent snow-laden mountains, hot chai, and noodles will surely make you feel as if present in the seventh heaven.