Area Attractions

Discover the places to visit in Ludhiana and explore the lush green farms of Punjab from Hyatt Regency Ludhiana, the luxury hotel located on National Highway 95.

Enjoy local cuisine, historical monuments, culture and entertainment just minutes away from Hyatt Regency Ludhiana.

Indulge in local shopping at Ghumar Mandi and Chaura Bazaar, splurge in pampering your shopaholic temptations with international brands in Wave Mall, MBD Mall and Silver Arc Mall.

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Shopping

Ghumar Mandi

Shops like Batra Plaza, Choice, Shabnam’s and Simran Dupatta House deal in formal wedding wear and traditional handicrafts like phulkari, jootis, parandis, jewelries, dress materials etc. which can suit all budgets. You may find many stores for local, colorful handmade ladies shoes (Punjabi Jutti).

Mall Road

There are some high-end wedding shops like Nilibar, Cheap Store, Suhaag, Meena Bazaar and Kala Mandir, in addition to the likes of Fab India, Pantaloons, Wills Lifestyle, Nike, Adidas, Color Plus, Woodland, Eveline etc.

Chaura Bazaar

Chaura Bazaar, believed to be over 100 years old, no longer stands by its definition. It also remains the favourite haunt of people from the countryside. There are some very old and famous business outlets like Lyal Book Depot and Khushi Ram’s Sweet Shop. There is also Pindi Street, one of the largest drug markets in Punjab.

Gurudwaras and Temples

Dukhniwaran Gurudwara

Gurudwara Dukhniwaran Sahib is located in heart of the city in famous Field Ganj area of Ludhiana opposite to Jagraon Bridge and is only 8.4 km (5.2 miles) from our hotel. According to a report, an average of 50,000 devotees visit the Gurudwara daily to pay homage to the respected Sri Guru Granth Sahib.

Alamgir Gurudwara

Gurudwara Alamgir Sahib is situated only a few kilometeres away from the industrial city of Ludhiana, near the village of Alamgir, Bhogpur. Guru Gobind Singh, the tenth guru of the Sikhs, stayed here for a short while. On reaching Alamgir, and not finding any drinking water, the Guru shot an arrow into the ground where there appeared a spring.

Gurudwara Nanaksar, Jagraon

Gurdwara Nanaksar is located near Jagraon at a distance of approximately 38 km (23.6 miles) from Ludhiana on Ferozepur Road. The sacred beginnings of Nanaksar began over a hundred-years ago as a simple hut, humbled by its natural surroundings amongst the thick of the jungle.

Golden Temple

Located in the heart of the city is the Golden Temple, the most visited tourist attraction of Amritsar. Characterised by its four entrance doors (called deoris) in all four directions and the tastefully decorated shrines, in terms of art and architecture, the Golden Temple welcomes everyone regardless of the religion or faith one follows.

Museums

Virasat-e-Khalsa

Virasat-e-Khalsa , formerly known as Khalsa Heritage Memorial Complex is a museum located in Anandpur Sahib. The museum gives an insight to the events that took place in Punjab 500 years ago that gave birth to Sikhism and finally the Khalsa Panth. The museum aims to illuminate the vision of the Gurus, their message of peace and brotherhood and the culture and heritage of Punjab.

PAU Museum

The Punjab Agricultural University Museum (PAU) is situated in the suburbs of Ludhiana. This museum is located within the complex of Punjab Agricultural University and is one among the important educational sightseeing points. The museum of this university includes local arts, crafts and numerous other assortments of antique objects.

Jallianwala Bagh, Amritsar

Jallianwala Bagh is the unfortunate site where thousands of innocents were brutally murdered by British troops on 13 April , 1919. Today, the site houses a memorial of national importance in the memory of those killed during the Jallianwala Bagh Massacre. After the tragic incident of that day, a committee was formed to raise a memorial for the martyrs of the massacre.

Sheesh Mahal, Patiala

The Sheesh Mahal is a famous tourist place in Patiala, situated behind the Moti Bagh Palace. Maharaja Narinder Singh built this mahal in 1847. The design and the decoration of the palace was chosen by Maharaja Narinder Singh. One section of Sheesh Mahal is decorated with coloured glass and mirror work, and it is also known as ‘Palace of Mirrors’.

Forts and Borders

Wagah Border, Amritsar

The international border between India and Pakistan is located 28 km (17.3 miles) from Amritsar and 170 km (105 miles) from Ludhiana. The Wagah border 'lowering of the flags' ceremony, or The Beating Retreat ceremony, is a daily military practice that the security forces of India (Border Security Force) and Pakistan (Pakistan Rangers) have jointly followed since 1959.

Hussainiwala Border, Ferozepur

On the Indo-Pakistan borders of Punjab is Hussainiwala, 11 km (6.8 miles) away from Ferozepur and 130 km (80.8 miles) from Ludhiana. It lies near banks of the Sutlej River. A retreat ceremony takes places between the border forces of India and Pakistan every evening. The ceremony involves the de-hoisting of the national flags of both countries with full honour and respect on both sides.

Hussainiwala Border, Ferozepur

On the Indo-Pakistan borders of Punjab is Hussainiwala, 11 km (6.8 miles) away from Ferozepur and 130 km (80.8 miles) from Ludhiana. It lies near banks of the Sutlej River. A retreat ceremony takes places between the border forces of India and Pakistan every evening. The ceremony involves the de-hoisting of the national flags of both countries with full honour and respect on both sides.

Maharaja Ranjit Singh Fort, Phillaur

The Phillaur Fort is one the most popular historic sightseeing attractions in Ludhiana city. This fort is situated in the Phillaur town of this city, which originated from Sanghera Jat Phul. Later on, the fort was handed over to the police department and now the place is used as a police training centre and is open on Thursdays for the public.

Family Attractions

Hardy's World

Hardy’s World is the largest water park in Punjab, situated 7 km (4.3 miles) away from Ludhiana. With over 20 rides and attractions, and many food outlets, there's something for everyone at Hardy’s World. It is a galaxy of amusements and sensations.

F2 Gokarting

F2 Raceway's beautiful rustic setting adds to the allure of the park. The park is open all year round and its one of Ludhiana's favourite destinations, with many activities under cover. They have fun activities for all age groups, like the Mechanical Bull, Rock Climbing, Kids Paintball, Zorb Ball, ATV Bikes, Jeeps, Go Karts, Paintball for adults, Trampoline Slides, Water Parks and much more.

Wadi Haveli

Wadi Haveli is a unique theme Dhaba, which was opened in January, 2004. On one side of the building are thatched stalls for confectionery, snacks, ice-cream and sweets. There are standalone shops for computer and video games for children also.

Rose Garden

Rose Garden, established in 1967, is one of the greenest spaces in Ludhiana city and an ideal place for families. It is the largest Rose Garden in Asia and is spread over an area of 27 acres and has more than 17,000 plants representing some 1,600 varieties of roses as well as several fountains.