Shopping in Khandala

Shopping in Khandala mainly involves buying exotic food items. Numerous shops around Khandala are well known for its very own sweet product – Chikki. Not only Chikki, the place is also renowned for its salty snacks like: Wafers, Chiwda, Swev and some special jams.

Some sweet shops in Khandala are listed below:

  • Maganlal Chikki Center
  • Navratan Chikki
  • New Mangal Chikki
  • Super Chikki
  • National Chikki
  • A1 Chikki
  • Purohit Chikki
  • Vaishali Chikki
One can also visit the local markets of Khandala and Lonavala to buy local handicraft items and commodities of daily use.

Last Updated on 20 September 2011



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