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02 (Two) days are sufficient for Amritsar and if you have time to spare it with some hill areas near to Amritsar within the range of 200 km, like dalhouse, palampur.
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Sorry guys please use Atari Border instead of Wagha Border. Wagha border belongs to Pakistan. Atari Border belongs to us (Bharat). Ya its a treat for eyes to see the Josh of our BSF Jawans.
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Hi Abhishek, Amritsar has a lot to offer and you can check out what travelers on tripoto hav experience. Please click on the card below to read their experience. Thanks!
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Visitt golden temple everyday. visit wagah border. visit Jallianwala bagh. enjoy yummy punjabi food. Go shop some punjabi clothes.
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Take a trip to see the Wagah Border flag ceremony. And Go to the Pingalwada if you are interested in how we treat our disabled and abandoned. Beautiful story about the founder Puran Bhagat Singh.
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Visit Golden temple, jallianwala bagh in one day. plan for wagah border the other day. rest days you can hop around at the famous eating joints of Amritsar and shop from various cultural galleries. Do try amritsari kulchas and shop phulkari
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U can try Bharawan da dhaba, Kesar da dhaba, kulcha land. Also if you are a non vegetarian, u can try Beera chicken house and Makhan fish and chicken corner. On top of everything, don't forget to have the Langar ka prasad at Golden Temple. You can visit the market area surrounding the Golden temple along with Lawrence Road and hall bazar
Any specific eating joint or market?
You can Visit the Famous Harminder Sahib Temple,Jallianwala Bagh,Wagah Atari Border,Kesar da dhaba (built before independence),you can try the famous dishes of Punjab (especially try Punjabi Lassi and Phirni).
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