Hotel Hongkong inn is designed to provide its discernible guests with the ultimate holiday stay. All 47 rooms at this three-star hotel are tailored to satisfy guest’s needs. Some of the features guests will enjoy are non-smoking rooms , 24-hour dining travel desk, television LCD/plasma Screen, Wi-Fi in public areas , family room, elevator, basement fully parking, doctor on call, car rental etc. complimentary driver and maid is another attraction of Hotel Hong Kong Inn.
Close to Golden temple, Hotel Hong Kong Inn promises a very homely stay. This Amritsar hotel is sure to make each guest’s trip an enjoyable one. The hotel blends expert service with state-of-the-art facilities to provide guests with a memorable stay. The hotel’s main objective throughout these years has been to provide all guests the best of hospitality in the best possible manner.
So if you are looking for a comfortable accommodation in Amritsar, you can check in to the Hotel Hong Kong Inn and the hotel is capable of taking care of you throughout your visit. Hotel Hong Kong Inn Amritsar is easy to book – all you need is to enter your travel dates on the hotel’s secure online booking form.
Hotel near Golden Temple & Railway Station
24 Hours Pick & Drop Service (Chargeable)
Day & Night Unique Service
47 Luxury Rooms & Suites
24 Hours Veg Kitchen
Fully Air Conditioned
Sri Harmandir Sahib, also known as Sri Darbar Sahib or Golden Temple, (on account of its scenic beauty and golden coating for English speaking world), is named after Hari (God) the temple of God. The Sikhs all over the world, daily wish to pay visit to Sri Amritsar and to pay obeisance at Sri Harmandir Sahib in their Ardas. Guru Arjan Sahib, the Fifth Nanak, conceived the idea of creating a central place of worship for the Sikhs and he himself designed the architecture of Sri Harmandir Sahib. Earlier the planning to excavate the holy tank (Amritsar or Amrit Sarovar) was chalked out by Guru Amardas Sahib, the Third Nanak, but it was executed by Guru Ramdas Sahib under the supervision of Baba Budha ji.
Shree Durgiana Mandir in Amritsar is a focal point of faith for the Hindus. Pilgrims flock to this temple not only from India but also from abroad. Over the years, it has become an epicenter of Hindu renaissance and rejuvenation. The complex is popularly known as the Durgiana derives its name from the Goddess Durga. This connection with Goddess Durga has a socio cultural references as Goddess Durga is normally invoked for protection and health while the soldiers go to war.
The 1919 Amritsar massacre, known alternatively as the Jallianwala Bagh massacre after the Jallianwala Bagh (Garden) in the northern Indian city of Amritsar, was ordered by General R.E.H. Dyer. On Sunday April 13, 1919, which happened to be 'Baisakhi', one of Punjab's largest religious festivals, fifty British Indian Army soldiers, commanded by Brigadier-General Reginald Dyer, began shooting at an unarmed gathering of men, women, and children without warning. Dyer marched his fifty riflemen to a raised bank and ordered them to kneel and fire. Dyer ordered soldiers to reload their rifles several times and they were ordered to shoot to kill. Official British Raj sources estimated the fatalities at 379, and with 1,100 wounded.
Jaimal and Sawan Singh, The Great Secrets of Radhasoami Beas. The early history of a religion with 4,000,000 total members from all groups. The West has never seen the turbulent early years before. Around 1918 Sawan Singh broke away as an initiator for Agra Gurus and declared himself a Master. This article shows the Beas lineage may be a mythical concoction which eliminated 4 Sat Gurus out of necessity. See why Jaimal was officially chastised for posing as a guru and being excommunicated just 3 days before he died.
Wagah Border in Amritsar between Pakistan and India is the only road border between the two countries. It lies on the Grand Trunk Road between the cities of Amritsar, Punjab, India, and Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. The border is located 22 km from Lahore and 28 km from Amritsar. Apart from its national significance it is visited with great patriotism and enthusiasm for the ceremony that happens every day before sunset. The highlight is lowering of the flags of the two countries simultaneously.
The Ram Tirath Temple is considered as one the most sacred spots for the Hindus. The temple has statues depicting important scenes from the epic - Ramayana. According to the mythological beliefs, Lord Rama left her wife Sita in this very place where the temple stands now. It is believed that Valmiki - the great sage rescued her and gave her shelter. Sita gave birth to her sons - Luv and Kush and they grew up in the guidance of saint Valmiki.