Jalianwala Bagh is the place of martyrdom. Here, on April 13, 1919, the English army had killed several hundred protesters in the leadership of General Dyer, who witnessed the biggest scandal in Indias history of freedom. Most tourists are sure to see it. Apart from this, you can also see the Akal Takht, museum and Rambagh gardens in Amritsar.
The Wagah Border is located about 28 to 30 km from Amritsar, which separates India and Pakistan. The daily event to bring down the flags is the major tourist attraction. Soldiers of both countries perform this function. Border Security Force of India and Pakistan Rangers of Pakistan Wagah Border This was the only road route for the movement of Indo-Pak before the opening of the Aman Bridge in 1999 and the Attari station is used for railway traffic. It is not only the arrival of citizens but also the commercial import export between the two countries. During the partition, most of the people had been displaced from this road, due to which most of these places were bleeding. This border is also called the Berlin Wall of Asia.
Pushpa Gujral Science City
Pushpa Gujral Science City is spread over 72 acres on Jalandhar-Kapurthala road. It is one of the largest science park in northern India. This project has come into being with government support. Who has kept a huge amount of Rs 70 crore for it.
Hardys world are the largest water parks in Punjab. The park is located on Ludhiana-Jalandhar GT Road. Its premises have shopping complexes, party areas and food drinking shops. In this water park, tourists can enjoy many water rides and other activities like eye skating. The most important attraction of this place is the wave pool that attracts children. People of all age groups can enjoy this park.
Ramitrath is 10 kilometers away from Amritsar in tourist spots near Amritsar. Here is the birthplace of Love and Kush and the famous temple.