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Amritsari Tadka

Our culinary package presents you the best Indian cuisines, amazing places and numerous delightful things to do in one fast paced and well designed holiday. This holiday will help you explore not just the sights, but also a number of delectable cuisines, culture and history of places, people as well as food. Activities include food walks in various markets, interactive cooking demos, traditional Indian cooking, lessons on usage and history of spices and many others.

Price Starting From Rupees20,799/-* pp


  • Stroll around the markets famous for its Pulses, Dry Fruits & Spices.
  • Visit and have Lunch in Golden Temple - The whole experience of having food at "Langar" is a unique one.
  • Witness the flag raising and lowering ceremony with the regal parade of the soldiers of two countries at Wagah Border.
  • Enjoy the authentic delicacies of Amritsar in the famous Dhabas.
  • Interactive Cookery Demonstration & Dinner at your host's home.

Best Season:

October - March

  • Day Wise Itinerary
  • Other Optional Sightseeing’s
  • Notes
  • Day 1
  • Day 2
  • Day 3
  • Day 4


Welcome to Amritsar, the city of the Golden Temple! On arrival in Amritsar, you will be transferred to your hotel.

The rest of the afternoon is at leisure. Proceed to Dal Mandi, famous for its Pulses & Spices. Stroll the market and proceed to Court Road to enjoy Chhati Di Lassi. Lassi is an Indian traditional drink made from a yogurt or buttermilk base with water. The earthy flavoured lassi with malai on top served here in large steel tumblers is so thick that you'll need to scoop it out with a spoon! Return to hotel by late afternoon. Later in evening enjoy your dinner in Kesar Da Dhaba, the best place to taste and eat the ethnic Amritsari vegetarian pure desi ghee preparations.

Overnight in Amritsar.


This morning after breakfast proceed to the Golden Temple, the holiest abode of the Sikhs all over the world. The temple is popularly called as the Sri Harmandir Sahib. Arrive with a few good hours set aside and get lost in its magical beauty of the temple. Later exploring the temple, have lunch in Langar hall inside the Golden temple complex. Post lunch proceed to Majith Mandi here you can shop for dry fruits & spices. After shopping, visit to a local family residence, where the host will demonstrate a cooking session and also hold an interactive discussion. Learn to make typical Amritsari cuisine. Here you can gain knowledge of making tadka (fried spices) and cook a three-course meal. Also learn how to make chapattis & naans. After the cooking session enjoy the delicacies prepared. Later return to the hotel.

Overnight in Amritsar.


This morning start your day with the variety of breakfast specialties at Kanha Sweet, with lip-smacking dishes to eat in the morning, your day will surely start on a great note. Rest of the day is at leisure. Later in afternoon proceed for lunch in Monu Kulcha Corner, serving the best butter Kulcha in Amritsar with super delicious tangy sweet Pyaaz Chutney (A spicy condiment of Indian origin, made of onion). Post lunch proceed for Wagah Border. It is particularly known for the elaborate Wagah Border Ceremony that happens at the border gate, two hours before sunset each day. The flag ceremony is conducted by Indian Border Security Force (BSF) and Pakistan Rangers (PR). Witness the ceremony with a blustering parade by the soldiers from both the sides, and ends up in the perfectly coordinated lowering of the two nations' flags. Post the ceremony move forward for dinner in Surjit Da Dhaba, specialist of best food in Amritsar almost for 3 decades. The tikkas here are treated in a rare manner - first in a tandoor and then tawa-fried with a special, secret masala recipe. This is the only restaurant that stays open till late night at Amritsar. Post having your meal to your heart’s content, return to your hotel.

Overnight in Amritsar.

Depart Home With The Taste Of Delicacies Of Amritsar

Today have breakfast in Ahuja Sweets, the best place to go for creamy cold Lassi with a delicious dollop of fresh cream on top.

Post breakfast check-out from the hotel and depart home with the unforgettable taste of Amritsari tadka.

Notes -  

  • On Day 01, lunch will be served to guests checking in at the resort on OR before 1400 hours.


  • Giani Tea Stall - Gurmit Singh has been running his tea stall very successfully for the last 58 years, and shows no signs of slowing down. When it comes to bubbling hot creamy chai, this man has the perfect formula.
  • Makhan Ka Dhaba - Serves you the absolutely fresh pieces of boneless sole fish, coated in a spicy batter of gram flour and carom seeds, deep fried till they're crisp and golden on the outside, and soft and moist within. If you love your fried food, it really doesn't get any better than this.
  • Sunder Meat Shop - With 70 years of experience under their belt, the owners of Sunder Meat Shop have been dishing out some of the city's best kebabs from their humble venue in Chatiwind Chowk near Chawl Mandi. More recently, another outlet was opened at Maqbool Road, to cater to the huge number of regulars dropping by for a quick bite.
  • Ahuja’s Kesar Wali Lassi - The lassi here is pretty basic—you only need to choose between sweet and salty—but there seems to be a secret ingredient that sets it apart from all the others in Amritsar. Served nice and chilled in a large glass, it's probably the best way to cool down in the heat, and is loved by both locals and tourists for its consistent deliciousness.
  • Bharawan Da Dhaba Town Hall - Famous for Sarson ka Saag, Makki ki Roti, Rajma Chawal, Kadi Pakoda and Kheer as dessert.
  • Kanhaiya Lawrence Road / Novelty Sweets Lawrence Road / Munim Di Hatti - Famous for its Puri Chana
  • Kulcha Land - Best at serving Stuffed Aloo Kulcha.
  • Basant Avenue Market & Anant Ram Lawrence Road - Famous for Kulche Chole (Bread & Grams)
  • Lawrence Road / O/s Hall Gate / Bira Majitha Road - Famous for Fried Fish in makkhan.
  • Mahajan Kulfi inside Hall Gate - Matka Kulfi (Sweet Milk Candy).


  • Jallianwala Bagh - Jallianwala Bagh is a sprawling memory of the great tragedy, which evokes the patriotic spirit in every Indian.
  • Rambagh Gardens - An attractive garden, Ram Bagh is famed as the summer palace of the erstwhile Raja of Punjab, Ranjith Singh.
  • Durgiana Temple - This temple resemblance the Golden Temple in its structural design. Intricately carved paintings of goddess Durga in her various incarnations are the significant feature of this marvellous shrine.
  • Akal Takht - Literally Akal Takht means Eternal Throne. It is considered as the one among the five sacred Takhts and has obtained the status of the power point of all religious activities of the Sikhs.
By Air : The nearest airport is at Amritsar (4 kms).
By Rail : The nearest railhead is Amritsar railway station (4 kms).
By Road : Amritsar is connected by road with Chandigarh 235 kms, Jammu 219 kms,Wagah Border 29 kms
  and Ludhiana 137 kms.
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