Kesineni Travels operates close to 0 buses from Manipal to Hyderabad which are separated by a distance of 0Kms.Kesineni Travels is one of the major bus operators that runs buses between Manipal and Hyderabad and they have 0 buses along this route. The first Kesineni Travels bus starts at , and you can easily access buses till . The Kesineni Travels buses have a minimum bus fare starting from Rs.0, and the maximum bus fare is Rs.0.
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Situated along the Arabic Sea, the coastal city of Manipal lies to the east of the Western Ghats in the state of Karnataka. Manipal lies on the suburbs of Udipi and is the biggest educational hub in the South India. The lush green vegetation of the city along with its scenic coastal beauty amalgamates to exude a charismatic facade to the city. The city is connected to the rest of the country by an extensive network of rail, road and air. Manipal to Bangalore and Manipal to Mangalore provide a convenient connectivity by a network of Manipal bus services that ply at suitable regular Manipal bus timings. The Mangalore to Manipal route is familiar to bus services at a gap of every 20 minutes. Private as well as KSRTC busses ply to and from the city regularly.
Hyderabad, the capital city of Andhra Pradesh is one of the major cities of south India. A landlocked city, it is equally known for its pearls and Biriyani (an indigenous Hyderabadi cuisine). It is also one of the prominent historical cities of the country. Also called the land of Nizams, the history of Hyderabad is closely intertwined with that of the Muslim rulers of the country. A rich state in the olden times, Hyderabad attracted people from far and wide to it. Even today the remnants of its historical past are visible everywhere in the city add.
Do you even take note of these ratings because even after I and some of my friends give a feedback there is no follow up and again and again the same bus with poor quality shows up
A complaint of misbehaviour by your staff and some suggestions Dear Manager, 1. I have travelled, along with my wife, (both senior citizens) from Hyderabad to Manipal on February 18th night and we were extremely happy with the services of your staff. As a promoter of private sector in our Indian economy, I felt re-confirmed in my convictions. 2. However, in our return trip on 20th from Manipal to Hyderabad, we had a very bitter experience, affecting the prestige of your company. (Bus:KA 01AA5543 (VL151). Starting at 6h20 at Manipal, we might have reached the destination towards 12 am of the next day. But for the alertness of one of the passengers, we would landed in Goa! I will not describe the problems, as some of the passengers have already tried to contact your services by cellphones and you might have received reports from different sources. Since you have the cell numbers of all the passengers, you can verify the facts, at least, from those who sat in the first 6 rows. They behaved as if they ran the bus without passengers and they replied to the angry questions very rudely, carelessly with no intention of being useful. Connectivity to various points in the city from the bus-stops is not informed. Needless to say that there are no ‘pick-up’ vans. At Hyderabad, we wanted to take the help of the police, but as many women and children as well as many professionals were all very much exhausted and busy, we had to leave the bus abruptly. 3. Some specific and some general suggestions in view of our experience: a). Among the three, the first driver did not learn about the route, the second was very arrogant and the assistant was lazy, sleepy and most unhelpful. Since, they are not fit to deal with the public, they should be given some other job under strict supervision. Our this incident alone can be a sufficient justification. b). They have burnt petrol on nearly 123-150 km of wasteful trip towards Goa. They must be made to pay for this wastage of imported oil resources. c). If a manager arranges to give apologies for the inconvenience caused, by phone to all the passengers of that fateful trip, it will keep the prestige of your firm high. d). In general, a telephone number to which the passengers can easily complain on the spot, should be visibly indicated in every bus, along with ensuring the availability of a first-aid box. e). More than eating facilities, arrangement of proper urinals is the most urgent thing to be attended by you. In the long term, as a leading civilised travel firm, you should envisage attaching or linking a self-contained plastic toilet unit to each bus. They exist in the caravans and, of course in the planes and trains. There can be user charges. f). Just like Pick up vans, Drop At vans or taxis should be provided on user charges from your bus stops. An acknowledgement on your part would avoid our trying to communicate with you through third parties. Sincerely, Dr. Rao V.B.J. Chelikani Ticket no:TJ3974328729 PNR.E38BBF/VL151
not respondng to the passenger in case of deley in sending bus detais about driver number
The experience of travelling to Manipal by Kesineni has always been a pleasant one though it is quite difficult to remember the details of the journey on 08 Nov 2015!