About 2km from the centre, Mata Nanki Charitable Hospital is a small but reputable general hospital run by a British-based charity.
You have to register at this tourist office for your free tour of Chandigarh's Capitol Complex. You can also rent bikes for free here, though they don't have locks.
By the second entrance to the train station, this tourist office has brochures and free maps covering Punjab, including detailed street maps of Amritsar, Patiala, Bathinda, Anandpur Sahib and Kapurthala.
Close to the bus stand (turn left down Mall Rd, away from Food Library, and it's soon on your left), this tourist office hands out free maps of the city.
This state-of-the-art hospital is about 7km southwest of Chandigarh's centre, and is well set up to treat foreign visitors.
A trustworthy travel agent that can book air and train tickets for a small commission, as well as change foreign currency.
This is an international-standard hospital in Amritsar's suburbs, about 7km northeast of the old city.
This bank deals in foreign exchange and has a 24-hour ATM that accepts international cards.
The main post office, with speed post and parcel facilities, is up Court Rd on your left.
This is Chandigarh's main post office, with international parcel and speed post services.