Hotel Sun City Towers
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Sun City Towers Amritsar
A old dilapidated building from a grand era. Ask for more blankets if the wind get through the holes. They even have room service
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... over to the entrance of the temple itself but the line would have taken us nearly three hours to be able to get inside, so we opted to spend a few more minutes around the exterior before heading back to retrieve our shoes and walk through town once more.
Our next stop in Amritsar was the Jallainwalla Bagh Garden to visit the memorial erected to commemorate the massacre that took place at that site in 1919. During the time of British rule in India, ...
... and the marble is freeze burning your feet the water is actually heated. You also have to walk down steps rather than up steps to get into the temple, in a way of reminding pilgrims that they must bow before god. The actual golden bit of the golden temple is a small 3 story temple in the middle of a large pool/small lake. That is where the holy book of the Sikhs sits during the day. Going for a wander around and having Sikhism explained more thoroughly to me was fascinating, it's ...
... br> , all of them were put in a coop-like room where almost 200 soldiers died of
asphyxia. The rest of them were brutally shot dead the next morning and their
dead bodies thrown in the well which is known as the Kalianwala Khoo in Tehsil
The Historical Banyan Tree( Shaheedi Bohr):
This historical tree with massive girth and lush green canopy
stands majestically in the Namdhari Shaheedi Samark against the majestic back
drop of ...
... we helped plough a field using hand tools, took a ride on a bull and cart. One old man took great pride in showing us his tractor. We visited a local school who made us feel very welcome as the children were drilled in their English lessons. The teacher explained that they were very excited having never seen people from Europe, China, South America and Africa all on the same platform. He also told the children to calm down. Did ...
... by Shah Jahan, the same person who had the Taj Mahal built in Agra. It was an amazing site with a great view of the Red Fort.
After the Mosque we went for a cycle rickshaw ride through the narrow streets of Delhi. It was quite a bumpy ride but great fun. Looking at the dodgy power lines connecting the distribution lines to the various stores, it was amazing the place had not burned down. The rickshaw weaved through cars and motorbikes quite effortlessly but ...