Visit Devi Talab Mandir, Science City and More
Explore the city of Jalandhar, a modern city with an ancient and diverse heritage. The Country Inn & Suites hotel is located on the GT Road and is close to the railway station and bus stop, making it easy to explore this fascinating city. You can visit the serene Devi Talab Mandir, a beautiful Hindu holy site that includes several shrines and temples, or see the majestic Muslim architecture of the Imam Nasir Mausoleum, both within a few kilometres of the hotel. Sri Harmandir Sahib, the breathtaking golden Sikh temple, is within driving distance as well. In addition to exploring Punjab’s religious heritage, you can also learn about the latest science and technology advancements at the Pushpa Gujral Science City, featuring a space theatre, an energy park and more.
Visit the following attractions:
- Devi Talab Mandir (2.5 km)
This Hindu holy site features multiple shrines, including a golden pyramid that overlooks a serene pond. Visit during the month of December to take part in the annual festival.
- Imam Nasir Mausoleum (4 km)
This 800-year-old mausoleum showcases part of Jalandhar’s Muslim heritage. The building features striking architecture, including towering spires and fine details. The 400-year old Jamma Masjid stands nearby.
- Nikku Park (5 km)
Relax and get some fresh air at this popular city park that features fountains as well as amusement park rides.
- Pushpa Gujral Science City (19.2 km)
Hands-on exhibits for all ages make learning about science and technology fun. Be sure to check out the laser show, the flight simulator, the virtual reality display and the outdoor dinosaur park.
- Sri Harmandir Sahib - Golden Temple (81 km)
This beautiful Sikh temple is covered in gold and surrounded by a quiet pool. The temple symbolises infinite freedom and spiritual independence and is open to visitors of all faiths and backgrounds.
- Wagah Border (110 km)
Visit the only border crossing between India and Pakistan to see colourful pageantry, including the changing of the guard, the ceremonial lowering of flags and the sunset retreat ceremony.