#Sight Seeing in Kasauli
Reach here at early morning, on the way to Manki Point. The picturesque view of the sunrise makes you feel alive in the morning.
A time lapse is what this place deserve and stay here till the Manki Point gates open.
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This is the highest point in Kasauli, Manki (Monkey) Point is 4 km from the bus stop and has a temple dedicated to Lord Hanuman. There is a 3 km walk from bus stand to Indian Air Force station from there you have to climb up a steep staircase of around 1 km. The hike up to the temple can be a bit difficult for those who are not used to climbing, but it is worth the effort. A tough climb to the top will reward you with beautiful valley views. You can watch the brilliant sparkle of the Sutlej river as it makes its way through the plains and the pure beauty of the snow-capped peaks of the Dhauladhar Range. The signing of the route starts from the Church. There are some restrictions such as one is not allowed to carry bags or cameras inside the Air Force Station.
Set amidst chestnut and fir groves, the church has a massive gray facade and colorful stained glass windows. The Chruch is nearby to the bus stand, Constructed by the British family that founded the town of Kasauli itself. It is a magnificent structure built in the shape of a cross. Apart from them, many tourists and travelers also flock here. Earlier, the church was known as the Anglican Church. If you were lucky then you might see shootings of local films or ads shootouts. Regular Sunday morning services are held here till date.
The Sunset point offers a magnificent view of the nearby hill regions, and of plains Chandigarh, Panchkula, Mohali, Kalka, Pinjore, Parwanoo, Baddi and Nalagarh all are visible as an eagle eye view from this 270-degree viewpoint. This point is popular yet a very quiet spot to enjoy the sunset, pine-laid landscapes, valleys, and sceneries. Nearby to the Sunset point is a trail or a path known as the Lover's Lane which is an only more quiet walk through the valleys and some of Kasauli's most calm and breath-taking sceneries.