The definitive top attraction in Amritsar is the Golden Temple, a two-story structure covered in real gold and surrounded by a 5.1-meter-deep manmade lake.
While just 45-minutes long, the entire ceremony gives you enough memories for hours of storytelling back at home.
On your way out of the museum, jot down a message on a green leaf and hang it on the Tree of Hope.
Punjabi cuisine has become known around the world for its spicy curries, pillowy breads, and tandoori-fired meats.
The Mandir Mata Lal Devi is as bizarre as the Golden Temple is elegant.
Tucked behind the Golden Temple, tourists will find another important site in Amritsar: Jallianwala Bagh.
Often overshadowed by the neighboring Golden Temple, Baba Atal Tower is a worthwhile attraction in Amritsar in its own right.
The green space brims with rare plants, flowers, and trees, and features refreshing water features filled with goldfish.
Architecture buffs, make a point to visit Khalsa College on Grand Trunk Road in Amritsar.
More than 250 years old, the Gobindgarh Fort has become one of the most iconic symbols of Punjab.
Take one look at Shri Durgiana Mandir (Durgiana Temple), and you might think you're seeing double.
Step through Gandhi Gate to get a heavy dose of retail therapy at Hall Bazaar–the go-to place for souvenirs in Amritsar.
Built by Muhammad Khairuddin roughly 150 years ago, this mosque is an impressive example of Islamic architecture.