Amritsar, sourced from Amrit Sarovar, the sacred tank surrounding the Golden Temple, is one of the main cities of tourist interest in the country. The city is famous for its culture and Punjabi food, such as Amritsar Kulchas and Jolie. Historically known as Ramdaspur, it was chosen as one of the heritage cities by the Government of India. When traveling to any Amritsar hotel, travelers can easily explore the city's various tourist attractions.
Amritsar Golden Poppy
Within 5 minutes of the train station Golden Tulip Amritsar has 52 rooms offering a comfortable stay. Taking into account the needs of business and leisure travelers, the rooms are divided into Suites, Executive Rooms and Deluxes. Room amenities: LCD TV, electronic safe, mini bar, Wi-Fi, tea / coffee maker and 24-hour room service. A hairdryer and ironing board are also provided on request at the hotel.
The property has many amenities, including a business and fitness center, a swimming pool, banquet facilities, and courier services. Golden Tulip Amritsar offers many dish options where you can flatter your taste buds. Located at Moti Mahal Restaurant, authentic Eastern and continental cuisine is served as well as traditional juicy dishes. Guests can enjoy the relaxing Ghazal live music while having their meal. Buzz Restaurant and Lounge provide a range of international delicacies. Overlooking the pool, Sky Lounge is a place where guests can relax. In addition, they can also cover up the Sports Bar with drinks.
The Golden Temple, also known as Harmandir Sahib and Darbar Sahib, is the place of worship for the Sikhs. Founded in 1588, this Gurudwara was founded by the 5th Sikh Guru – Guru Arjan. Being one of the most popular tourist spots in the city, it attracts many people from all over the world. The four entrances to the Golden Temple symbolize an equal perspective of Sikhism towards people and other religions. Guru ka Langar in Harmindar Sahib offers free meals to around 20,000 people daily. Visitors must first remove their shoes and cover their heads before entering this Gurudwara.
Near the Golden Temple, all Alianwala Bagh is a testimony to Indian liberation war. It is a memorial to the more than 2,000 Indians who were killed and wounded in 1933 under the command of Beisakhi (Sheikh Festival of Harvest). day The well, in which people fled to escape, stands as a sign of martyrdom in the form of a memorial.
Another point of interest is the Wagah border ceremony, also known as The Beating Retreat Ceremony. It is a daily military practice that has been carried out jointly by Indian and Pakistani troops since 1959. The ceremony begins with a rigorous exercise by soldiers from both sides. When the sun sets, the national flags go down parallel, with handshakes between the soldiers of the two nations. It attracts large numbers of viewers from both sides of the border as well as foreign tourists.