Area Attractions

The holy city housing the enchanting Golden Temple, the iconic Jallianwala Bagh and the historic Maharaja Ranjit Singh Panorama, Amritsar is the ultimate attraction not just for pilgrims but also for tourists from far & wide. From animated markets that are always abuzz with verve and known for selling a host of authentic classics of Punjabi cuisine and colourful phulkari dupattas to the high security Wagah Border which is always seen brimming with a mood of patriotism and love for motherland, there are plenty of things that this vibrant city has in store for you.

Hyatt Regency Amritsar

MBM Farms, G.T. Road
Amritsar, Punjab, Punjab, India, 143001



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The Golden Temple

Located 15 minutes from Hyatt Amritsar lies The Golden Temple, a place of spiritual significance and importance to the Sikh faith. It represents the heritage and identity of the Sikhs through its history and architecture, constructed with Muslim, Hindu and European design principles. Founded by the fourth Guru of Sikhs, Guru Ramdasji, it was completed by his successor Guru Arjan Devji.

Jallianwala Bagh

A public garden in Amritsar, and houses a memorial of national importance, established in 1951 to commemorate the massacre by British occupying forces of peaceful celebrators on the occasion of the Punjabi New Year on April 13, 1919.

Mata Ka Mandir

Mata Temple is a labyrinthine like Hindu cave temple devoted to the female saint Lal Devi, built in the model of the famous Vaishno Devi Temple of Katra, Jammu. The roundabout path to the main temple passes through low tunnels, caves full of ankle-deep water, inclined walkways and mirrored hallways that make the experience seem more like a fun house than a place of worship. The colors, wide variety of deities, and elaborate mirrored image make this a psychedelically unique temple.This is called Sheesh Mahal, and some people also seem to call it "Lal Devi."

Pul Kanjari

Located about 40 kilometres away from the hotel, Pul Kanjari is known as monument of historical romance of Maharaja Ranjit Singh and Rani Moran, declared as world’s famous heritage sight by UNESCO.

Wagah Border

A daily flag raising and lowering ceremony at Wagah Border, done with fascinating pomp and ceremony that involves lots of tall soldiers in massive turbans goose-stepping about and slamming gates is a must watch. Both the Indian and Pakistani border forces do this and it has become a tradition for people from both sides to gather and see this. Both sides synchronize their parade and the entire event is meant to create a feel-good/patriotic fervor amongst the crowd.

Shri Ram Tirath Temple

Located 17 kilometres from the hotel, the Ram Tirath Temple stands pretty with its enormous religious and historical significance and considered as one of the most sacred spots for Hindus. It is believed that the temple is built on the spot where Ramayana was written by Valmiki and Ram and Sita's twin sons were born. The temple has statues depicting important scenes from the epic - Ramayana.

Arts + Culture

Arts and Culture in Amritsar

Amritsar has always occupied the center stage in the Majha region and been aptly named as the Mukut Mani, the Jewel in the Crown.The Cultural Hub, Amritsar, has immensely contributed to the Punjabi literature and folk culture. A rich repository of spiritual and national heritage, it has been hailed as the home of all virtues (sifti da ghar).

Radha Soami Satsang Beas

30 kms
Radha Soami Satsang Beas (RSSB) is a philosophical organization based on the spiritual teachings of all religions and dedicated to a process of inner development under the guidance of a spiritual teacher. In the Indian language, Radha Soami means ‘lord of the soul’, satsang describes a group that seeks truth, and Beas refers to the town near which the main centre is located in northern India.

Maharaja Ranjit Singh Panorama

Located inside the Ram Bagh Park is the Maharaja Ranjit Singh Panorama, which is dedicated to the Lion of Punjab. The 12-meter long panorama includes sound-effects representing various battle scenes. Paintings and dioramas are also on display.

Gobind Ghar Fort

7 kms
A tactical structure created while the era of Maharaja Ranjit Singh it was once a place where the world famous Kohinoor was kept before falling under British regime. The fort has various historical relevance which is will showcased to the travelers every evening between 7pm to 10 pm by the laser projection on walls which simply looks astonishing.

Botanical Gardens and Parks

Harike Pattan Bird Sanctuary

Covering an area of 93 square miles Harike Pattan is the second largest bird sanctuary of India situated mid way between Amritsar and Ferozepur on the banks of Wetland. This popular picnic spot is located in Tarn Taran district, about 60 kilometres from Amritsar. Hari-ke-Pattan is also one of India's leading in-land sweet water fish market and home of varied wild life.


Get the rural taste of Punjab at Haveli, a heritage property built up of Nanak shahi bricks has been recently refurbished with ultra modern facilities for supreme comfort. This delightful property with exquisite glass work ceilings is surrounded with lush green fields and offers their panoramic view.