The Karnal Lake is situated in the Karnal District at a distance of 125 km from Chandigarh and Delhi. This place is originally a complex provided with an artificial lake with an island in its centre. This island has dark foliage due to which, it is visited by a variety of birds like kingfishers, swans, geese, ducks etc.
Distance from the Hotel: 11.1 kilometres | Driving time: 17 minutes
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Distance from the Hotel: 4.4 kilometres | Driving time: 11 minutes
The Pakka Pul also known as the Sayad’s Shrine is situated at a distance of 7 km from the district of Karnal, near the Mughal Bridge. Devotees from all around the world gather here to make offerings and move ahead towards good in life leaving behind the bad. This tomb is also believed to have powers of sending away ghosts along with curing ailments. A fair is also held at this tomb every Thursday during which lamps are lit all over the place.
Distance from the Hotel: 07 kilometres | Driving time: 10 minutes
Cantonment Church Tower
The Cantonment Church Tower is an old tower situated in the district of Karnal. This tower is rare piece of British Architecture and is even visible from a long distance of 7 km. This tower is 35 m in height and is surrounded by a large ornamental cross. The church has been named after St. James and was dismantled after the shifting of the cantonment to Ambala in 1841 AD.
Distance from the Hotel: 15 kilometres | Driving time: 20 minutes
Kalander Shah's Tomb
The tomb of Kalander Shah is situated at a few km from the district of Karnal. This tomb was built by Ghias-ud-din, who was the emperor of Delhi, in the memory of Bo-Ali-Qualander Shah, who was a famous Muslim sage. There is a grave placed inside this tomb, which is made out of marble and decorated with carved sculptures. Just outside this tomb, there is a mosque with a fountain and reservoir in its premises. This mosque was built by Emperor Alamgir.
The Karnal Fort is an old fort situated in the district of Karnal. This fort was constructed by Raja Gajpat Singh of Jind in 1764 AD. However, now this fort has been turned into an accommodation for official and residential purposes of the Tehsildar.
Alamgir Miran Sahib's Tomb
The tomb of Alamgir Miran Sahib is situated in the southern part of Karnal town. This tomb was built in the memory and honour of a saint Sayad Mohammed. Sayad Mohammed died in 899 AD while rescuing a Brahmin girl from the custody of a Raja in a pitched battle. The premises of this tomb also have a small mosque along with cemeteries of several members of the Mandal family.
Distance from the Hotel: 30 kilometres | Driving time: 90 minutes