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How To Reach Shopping At Hall Bazar Spots

Visit for an authentic Punjabi shopping experience
Shopping At Hall Bazar In Amritsar

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How To Reach Shopping At Hall Bazar Spots

Located on the Hall Road, Hall Bazar is one of the busiest local market in Amritsar. The Gandhi Gate serves as one of the entrance to this place. Just 1 km away from the railway station, Hall Bazaar can be reached very conveniently either by walking or a rickshaw. Thus, if one is travelling by train to Amritsar, the market is just 10 minutes away.

The Hall bazaar in Amritsar lies on the way to Golden Temple. The distance from Hall Bazar, Amritsar to Golden Temple is just 1.3 kms which can be easily covered walking or by rickshaw. Hall Bazar is also located at a convenient distance from the Amritsar Town hall and the Company Bagh.


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How far is Hall Bazar from the railway station in Amritsar?

The Hall Bazaar is just 1 km from the railway station and can be easily reached either by foot or by rickshaw.

What should one buy from the Hall Bazar?

One should not forget to buy the Phulkari embroidery work, Pakistani juttis and the Chinese lamps.

Is food available inside the Hall Bazaar?

Yes, many street stalls as well as restaurants sell traditional Punjabi style food here.