A small town developed by the British during the heydays of the Empire, Kasauli still retains its old-world charm. During lean season (Nov-Feb), it is still possible to walk for kilometres without running into people. Being a cantonment town, Kasauli has restricted entry. Foreign citizens must carry their passports. Kasauli can be reached by a branch road from the Kalka-Shimla way. The most happening place here is the junction of the Upper and Lower Malls, both of which have shops selling daily commodities and souvenirs for tourists.