Kasuali Industrial Visit

Kasuali is emerging as one of the preferred destination for industrial visit, the main industrial attraction he Kasauli Brewery and distillery, founded in the 1820s before the establishment of the Kasauli cantonment, is the oldest extant distillery for ‘scotch whisky’ in Asia another industrial attraction is Central Research Institute working in the fields of immunology and virological research.

With an altitude of 3647 metres, an average temperature of just 15 degrees Celsius and relics of the colonial era, dawns often bathed in early-morning mist, it’s not difficult to see what lures the tourists to the beautiful hill-station of Kasauli nestled in the Shivalik hills.
With a mix of pine and oak trees as well as a large number of neat gardens and orchards, Kasauli, located in the state of Himachal Pradesh, offers an ideal escape from the steaming plains of northern India.
Its history, coupled with the pleasant temperate mountain climate and beautiful scenic grandeur, gives it the feel of a colonial charm which, in fact, it once was.

Sights to See

Monkey Point
Considered to be the highest tip in Kasauli, the spot is located3.5 km from Hotel Ros Common. The place is named after Rishi Man-Ki who used to worship a statue of Lord Hanuman. A small shrine dedicated to Lord Hanuman is located inside the Air Force station. You have take special permission to visit the place as it is a restricted area.

Christ and the Baptist Church
The most imposing structure in Kasauli, Christ and the Baptist Church was built in 1884. Earlier known as Anglican Church, this Gothic monument is a must-visit for tourists coming to the hill station.

Central Research Institute
Originally known as the Pasteur Institute of India, this institute was established in 1906 by Dr. Sample

Baba Balak Nath Temple (3 Km),
One of the most famous pilgrimage places in Himachal Pradesh, the shrine is dedicated to Baba Balak Nath, a devotee of Lord Shiva. Situated just 3 km from the main road on Graner hill, this cave temple attracts devotees specially the childless couples. In close proximity to the temple is the Shah Talai which can be approached by a ropeway.

Shirdi Sai Baba Mandir
Situated half km away from Garkhal, this temple was built in 1989.

Lawrence School
Located on top of the hill is the famous Lawrence School Founded by Mr. Henry Lawrence, who also built the first cottage in Kasauli, called Sunny Side in 1848.



  • Kasauli Brewary
  • Central research institute

And many More Industries for more information see state wise list of Industries

Kasauli Distillery (4 km)
Considered to be the world’s highest distillery, the Kasauli Brewery and distillery was founded in the 1820s by Edward Dyer.

Nahari Temple (2 km)
Overlooking a waterfall, this beautiful temple attracts visitors in a large number.


Dagshai (17 km)
Once a British cantonment, this small town is surrounded by pine trees and home to an old church.

Sabathu (29 km)
Still a cantonment, the place is famous for the ruins of a Gorkha fort.

Solan (28 km)
Solan derives its name from “Shoolini Devi” a local deity. Capital of the erstwhile Bhagat State Solan derives its name from “Shoolini Devi” a local deity. Located on the NH 22, the place attracts visitors during the famous “Shoolini Fair” organized every year in the second week of June at Thoda Ground.The Solan Brewery, formerly Dyer Meakin Brewery, is in existence since 1855 AD.

Kuthar (46 km)
The place is known for an old palace with wall paintings.

How would you like to travel?

The nearest airport is Chandigarh which is connected by flights to all the major cities in India.
12 km away, Dharampur is the nearest railhead. Kalka, 37 km away is a more convenient railhead
Kasauli is connected by motorable roads from different places and cities in India.
Kasauli is:
  • 61 km from Chandigarh
  • 286 km from Delhi
  • 305 km from Kullu
  • 77 km from Shimla
  • 74 km from Chail
  • 220 km from Kullu

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