Explore Bathinda from This Hotel’s Prime Location
Situated on Mansa Road just 25 minutes from the airport, the Country Inn & Suites, Bathinda hotel’s location offers easy access to the area’s top attractions. See for yourself why Bathinda is called the “City of Lakes” by taking a boating trip at Chetak Park or Thermal Lake, and learn about fascinating animals at Bir Talab Zoo. You can find unique local crafts, food and garments at Dhobi Bazaar, a traditional market bustling with activity. The hotel is also near amazing historic sites like Qila Mubarak and Takht Sri Damdama Sahib.Nearby attractions include:
- Bir Talab Zoo
Take a walk on the wild side at this small zoo, which is home to cheetahs, sambars and black bucks. You can also take a lunch with you and enjoy it in the designated picnic area.
- Chetak Park
Get some fresh air and exercise by taking a stroll through the stunning gardens at Chetak Park, which also features a serene lake.
- Dhobi Bazaar
Bathinda’s most popular shopping centre, this busy marketplace features everything from traditional garments and handmade jewelry to glass artwork and local foodstuffs.
- Lakhi Jungle
Take the 15-kilometre drive to this atmospheric jungle, which contains an old Sikh place of worship called a gurdwara.
- Mazaar of Peer Haji Rattan
This central worship area features a mosque, a Sikh gurdwara and a temple, representing the city’s religious diversity and harmony.
- Qila Mubarak
Don’t miss your chance to tour this magnificent brick fort, which is a National Monument of India and dates back nearly 2,000 years.
- Rose Garden
Take a picnic to this 10-acre garden and enjoy thousands of colorful roses. To avoid crowds, try to schedule your visit on a weekday.
- Takht Sri Damdama Sahib
Situated in the nearby village of Talwandi Sabo, this is one of the five Seats of Temporal Authority of Sikhism. In 1705, Guru Gobind Sing wrote the full version of the Sikh scriptures at this location.
- Thermal Lake
Enjoy motorboats, water scooters and Kashmir-style shikaras (wooden rowboats) at this lovely lake and see why Bathinda is called the “City of Lakes.”