By the time you reach Alleppey, maybe you’re getting to the point where you can use a little bit of Western fix after eating so much Indian food. 😉
Hey oatmeal with ocean views along Alleppey Beach!
There are a couple of supermarkets in Alleppey that you’ll be able to find Western food in case you want to get some food that you’re familiar with from back home.
Or, if you want to make your own India food, it’s a good place to go shopping too!
Just make sure that you stay at a place that will give you access to a kitchen.
These are the 2 grocery stores I frequented in town:
- Bismi Hypermarket
- More Supermarket
Map of grocery stores in Alleppey
These 2 supermarkets are in town, and you can have a look below at the map of these grocery stores in Alleppey to get a better idea of the location.
HAPPY GROCERY SHOPPING IN ALLEPPEY!
The need-to-know India travel tips!If it's your first trip to India, be sure to see these tips for getting around India on a budget, and more! You might wait until India to buy this mosquito repellent that works for many foreigners! Also be sure to see how to spend one month in South India and 2 weeks in North India, as well as tips for the Golden Triangle. And, overnight sleeper bus travel isn't so bad, and neither is traveling in general class on the train! Also see the easy way to get an e-visa. And this is the easy way to book train tickets online as a foreigner. I've used it, and it's simple! You can just show the e-ticket on your phone.
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How to book India train tickets online as a foreignerIf you don't want to go through the complicated process of setting up an IRCTC Indian railways account as a foreigner...
Then the most convenient way to buy train tickets online is through this booking website. I've used it, and it's super simple! You buy the ticket, and then show the electronic version on your phone once you're on the train. Compared to buying directly through an Indian ticket booking website (IRCTC account required) or directly at the train station in India, there is a small convenience fee, as well as a less flexible cancellation policy, though!