Rani Ka Talab is a 400 year old scenic and historic pond and is situated in Ambala Cant and is manned by the army. It is surrounded by Kailash Mandir and Indra Park for travellers to stroll around. Anand market, halwai bazaar, Indra market and the pond are also few of the places which are loved by travellers. Raja Ka Talab was also constructed along with Rani Ka Talab but now Raja Ka Talab has been carved out into a modern park known as Patel Park.
Devotees visit this shrine almost daily in large numbers and take dip in holy tank water. Sisganj Gurudwara is also known as Baoli Sahib. It was sanctified by Sri Guru Hargobind and Sri Guru Gobind Singh. It is 190 kilometres away from Delhi and is on National Highway 1. Guru Gobind Singh spent seven months of his childhood over here. It has been erected near the famous Anandpur area of Haryana and has a large dome. It is one of the most significant gurudwara of Haryana. It is also known as the Badshahi Bagh of Haryana. It is believed that this gurudwara disciplines the Sikh followers from wrongdoings in accordance to the sermons of Guru Granth Sahib-the holy book of Sikhs. Guru Gobind Singh held a congregation at that place and now that place houses Guru's bed, weapons and utensils used in the langar.
Chintamani Sri Parshavnath Jain Mandir is one of the finest temples of Ambala. It was founded by Shri Vijay Inder Jain charitable trust. It is located near Halwai Bazaar, Ambala city. It is believed to house 2500 years old idols. It was established 150 years ago. Idols were excavated at Pinjore. The shrine consists of four idols of Jain deities. Chandra Prabhu is the biggest sculpture in the temple.
trong in faith, rejoicing in hope, burning with charity and on fire with zeal, the Holy Redeemer Church is ideal for worshipping and praising the Lord and his wonders. It was built under the British rule when troops of East India Company were posted from Karnal to Ambala. It is located on Lawrence road, Ambala. The church once collapsed and was rebuilt in 1905. It consists of an altar of the old church and has huge towers, sturdy pillars and elevated Gothic roof. The ancient residence of a priest is used as a dispensary and reading room currently.
Bhawani Amba Temple Ambala was built 250 years ago. The artistic engravings and sculptures beautifully adorn the park. The artwork is much in tandem with the art of the Mughal School of painting. It is much frequented by pilgrims and is situated on the old Grand Trunk Road. Flocks of people visit this temple, especially on Tuesdays, Saturdays and Hanuman Jayanti (which is mostly marked in April every year). It is near the railway station of Ambala city and is also known as Shree Panchmukhi Hanuman Mandir.
The Wholesale cloth market in the city of Ambala is one of the hot spots of the city which attracts shoppers from many neighboring regions. After having spent around 50 years near railway station and the city's main bus stand, the cloth market has now pulled itself out near the Aggrasain Chowk on Ambala-Hissar-Highway.The Wholesale cloth market in Ambala has a huge variety of textiles and clothes. As a matter of fact, it is considered to be the largest cloth market in the entire Asia. The market is a one stop destination for the would be brides who want a lavish wedding trousseau. Major shoppers in this market come from Haryana,Himachal Pradesh, Punjab and the state capital Chandigarh.