Jammu – Valley of a holy heritage

Jammu Airport Directory (IXJ)
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Although nestled in the shadow of Kashmir, both literally and figuratively, Jammu has its share of landmarks worth a trip. Whether you’re a pilgrim making a journey to its revered temples or a traveller wanting to discover its distinctive cuisine, the winter capital of Jammu Kashmir has something to suit every taste.

Best time to visit Jammu: 

The best time to visit Jammu is between October to February or March to May.

Most spoken languages in Jammu:

  • Kashmiri
  • Dogri

How to reach Jammu

  • Flights to Jammu:The Jammu Airport, officially known as Jammu Civil Enclave, is the nearest domestic airport to Jammu. IndiGo operates daily, non-stop flights between Jammu and Delhi and Srinagar.
  • By train: Jammu Tawi is the nearest railway station that connects the city to the rest of the country through several famous trains like Jammu Rajdhani, Jhelum Express etc.
  • By bus:Jammu has a vast network of buses that connect it to all the significant parts of the country.
  • Getting around/local transport in Jammu: 
  • Buses including matadors, taxis and auto-rickshaws are the most common modes of transportation to travel within the city.
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Places to visit in Jammu

Places to eat in Jammu


Relish authentic Kashmiri flavours at JKTDC’s Wazwan, located on Residency road in the old city. Ask for mutton yakhni (soft pieces of meat in yoghurt gravy) or its vegetarian counterpart made with lotus stem, and wash it down with the cardamom and saffron-infused drink kahwa.


Imperial Grill Restaurant
Imperial Grill Restaurant

For succulent kebabs and a range of cuisines, head to the Imperial Grill Restaurant that comes with a bar and live music.


Falak Revolving Restaurant
Falak Revolving Restaurant

Jammu and Kashmir tourism are not limited to sightseeing. Enjoy 360-degree views of the city from Falak Revolving Restaurant, known for its good ambience.



Pahalwaan di Hatti
Pahalwaan di Hatti

Nosh on samosas, chana bhaturas and kaladi kulchas at Pahalwaan di Hatti, and finish it with a glassful of creamy lassi. Pappa di Hatti and Gian di Hatti in Gandhi Nagar offer similar North Indian fare, laced with ghee and goodness.


Shopping places in Jammu

High-end shopping/luxury shopping/shopping malls in Jammu

  • City Square
  • Devi Dutta Mall
  • Shoppers Paradise
  • Mini Shopping Complex
  • Anju Jamwal Shopping Complex
  • Ajay Shopping Complex

Street shopping in Jammu

  • Raghunath Bazaar is a historic market in the old city is known to be over 100 years old. What started as a congregation of shops selling prasad to the people heading to Shri Raghunath Ji Temple slowly turned into a bustling marketplace, known for everything from sarees and carpets to sweets and dried fruits. 
  • But if you’re looking for the famous Jammu walnuts, the one place you must visit is Hari Market. Every other shop here is full of walnuts, if not the region’s handicrafts and Dogra jewellery. Foodies can snack on the market’s street food: kachalu, gulgule and rajma kulcha. 
  • Poshish, a handloom store run by the Government of J&K at various locations in the town, offers a variety of traditional items. Pashmina shawls, linen suits, silk sarees, cotton kurtis, are among the many things you can take back home.

Where to stay in Jammu


Radisson Blu Located in proximity of the airport as well as Tawi Railway Station, this property fits the bill for tourists and business travellers alike. Radisson Blu Jammu boasts 119 rooms and suites, a fitness centre, meeting spaces and a 25,000sqft Royal Ballroom for events. Don’t miss out on dining at its speciality restaurant Ambrosia, open only for dinner and known for its authentic Kashmiri preparations.t to Jallianwala Bagh and the Maharaja Ranjit Singh Panorama.


Fortune Inn Riviera Give your mind a much-needed break at Fortune Inn Riviera. Its 29 well-appointed rooms come equipped with all modern luxuries, including high-speed wi-fi and a minibar. Enjoy tandoori delicacies at its North Indian Grill Earth Oven, socialise over a selection of spirits at Neptune Bar & Lounge and let your hair down at Metel Night Club.


Hari Niwas Palace Among the few heritage hotels in the state, Hari Niwas Palace, built by Maharaja Hari Singh, is a 50-acre property nestled among lush mango orchards. The property offers 40 luxurious rooms and two-family huts, in addition to a 24-hour coffee shop, a multi-cuisine restaurant and bar, and banquet space.

More reasons to visit and top things to do in Jammu

Shri Raghunathji Temple

For millions of pilgrims, a trip to Jammu is nothing less than a journey of a lifetime. Seek blessings from Hindu deities at the Shri Raghunathji Temple, situated in North India’s most massive temple complex in the heart of the old city. The temple comprises seven magnificent shrines, each with a tower of its own.

Mansar Lake

Around 60km away from Jammu is the picturesque Mansar Lake, where married couples seek the blessings of Sheshnag, the lord of serpents whose shrine is on its eastern bank. Performing three circumambulations (parikrama) around the lake is a good omen for the couples. Regardless of that, the lake is an ideal spot for boating on a breezy evening.


Make a trip to Patnitop, Jammu’s very own Gulmarg that offers perfect picnic spots, peaceful walkways and breathtaking views of the towering Himalayas. In January and February, the place hosts skiing courses for beginners, so make sure not to drop that from your itinerary. With a 262 km distance between Jammu to Srinagar, you can even plan an extended trip to witness the stunning Dal Lake.

Nightlife/party places in Jammu

  • Saqi Bar
  • Inferno
  • Baron
  • Kwality Restaurant And Bar
  • Ashoka Bar And Restaurant
  • Kc Pub And Restaurant

Festivals in Jammu

Tulip Festival

With several Tulip Gardens in all of Kashmir, the state flourishes with Tulips during the spring season. With the largest Tulip Garden in Asia in its kitty, Srinagar plays host to the great Tulip Festival every year. The festival boasts the variety of Tulips garnered here, and the sight is breath taking. This festival takes place at the Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden in Srinagar, Kashmir showcasing local handicrafts, delectable cuisine, cultural programs and, of course, Tulips!


Shikara Festival

This festival takes place in the month of July or August, where the shikaras are painted and dressed beautifully. The shikaras participate in Shikara Race, Dragon Boat Race and Canoe Polo Match. A number of other cultural programs are also organised, which will give you a sneak peek into the culture of Kashmir.

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