In the main entrance clock tower of the Golden temple, the Sikh Museum vividly shows the grisly history of those Sikhs martyred by the...
Not far from the Golden Temple, this tiny two-tone eatery is a convenient spot to recharge your batteries. It does some multicuisine...
At the southeast end of the compound is the Guru-Ka-Langar, an enormous dining room where an estimated 60,000 to 80,000 pilgrims a day come to eat after praying at the Golden Temple. There’s no charge to eat here, but a donation is appropriate and help with the staggering pile of washing up is always appreciated. Catering to everyone from paupers to millionaires, it's a humbling demonstration of the Sikh principle of hospitality.