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This was an enchanted afternoon, as this colorful neighbourhood was better then expected.
The visit can take from half an hour to hours if you have time, going from one side to the other over a bridge. Everything is colored, even insides of the houses....More
A great example of how a well conceived civic initiative can really improve the surroundings and standard of living for the economically more marginalised in a city. The residents here, now have a real vested interest in keeping this area safe, clean and welcoming for...More
Yeah I was anxious to know this village. And I went there by motor cycle. I think It was more difficult to find car parking if you want to visit the village, especially from up view. First impression is how dare the people paint the...More
The idea of local students to convert this slum area into a gay, happy place full of clour has paid off. A local paint company sponsored the project and the locals co-operated and it is, indeed, amazing what colour brings into your life.
We spent about 2 hours in this unique and creative and colorful village. There are some excellent spot photos with colorful objects such as artificial colorful flowers, umbrellas. The area in rhe riverbank and "glass" bridge were also amazing. We also had tea drinks in...More
It is nice to see what a little effort can do to the slums. The colours are vibrant and the murals are nice.
A let down is that both sides of the river you have to pay for entry again. Eventhough it is the same...More