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The Balaji Temple & Cadbury World

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The Balaji Temple & Cadbury World Trip Overview

The Shri Venkateswara (Balaji) Temple, which was designed with inspiration from the Tirupati Venkateswara Temple in Andhra Pradesh, India, is one of the largest hindu temples in the UK and Europe. 

Located in TividaleWest Midlands, the temple is dedicated in the Vaishnava tradition and the worship of the hindu god Venkateswara (Vishnu).

The Shri Venkateswara (Balaji) Temple, also, houses shrine to Padmavati, Hanuman, Shiva, Karthikeya, Ganesh, Ayappan and the Navagraha. You can find more information about The Shri Venkateswara (Balaji) Temple here.


Cadbury World

Cadbury World offers an amazing day out for the whole family. It is now divided into 14 distinct and separate zones: the history of cocoa and chocolate; the origins of the Cadbury business and the vision of its founding fathers; the production of chocolate and popular Cadbury brands; or just fully immersing the visitor in a truly ‘chocolatey’ experience. Each zone broadly follows on from the previous one to give a logical and consistent story for the visitor’s self-guided journey. You can find more information on Cadbury world here.

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Tour Inclusions

  • 1 Day travelling & sight-seeing by Executive Coach.

Tour Pricing

  • Adult – £30 per person 

  • Child/Infant – £25 per person | (Sharing room with parents)

Please Note:-


  • Booking can be Confirmed by making a 50% payment in advance and the remaining 50% should be paid at least one week before the trip begins.

  • Ashapura Tours reserves the right to change / alter the itinerary / price for any unforeseen reasons which are beyond our control.


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